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Impact Report 2015 2016


Contents Introduction Our Community Across the Map STEM, Uriel’s Story Arts Academy, Isaac’s Story Athletics, Jose’s Story College Bound, Marlyn’s Story Partners Volunteering Talents Youth by the Numbers Financial Highlights Thank You to Our Supporters

Executive Board President Tamara Powers Community Volunteer First Vice President, Development Rosa Pesenti Community Volunteer Second Vice President, Facilities Gary Bettis Bettis Insurance, Inc. Third Vice President, Board Governance Suzy Zimmerman State Farm Secretary Kate Cocke Structural Focus Legal Advisor Joseph Mirkovich Russell, Mirkovich & Morrow Human Resources Raime Quick Mattel, Inc. Board Officer Alan Goldstein The PVG Group 1

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Board of Directors Melissa Alvarado Community Volunteer

John Kostrencich Port of Los Angeles

James Artiano Artiano & Associates, APC

Dennis Lane Green Hills Memorial Park

Bryan Bero ES & Associates

Steve Lopes USC Athletics

Yvonne Bogdanovich Community Volunteer

Jonathan Marselis Wells Fargo Bank

Joseph Brajevich L.A. Department of Water & Power

Mark McConico XL Group

Gwen Butterfield Butterfield Communications, Inc.

Rick Pielago Vuoso & Pielago, CPA’s

Sergio Carrillo Carrillo Strategies

Kenton Pope Total Terminals International

Michael DePasquale Tesoro

Jen Prindle Raytheon

Steve Faichney Valero

John Vidovich Los Angeles Fire Department

Chris Farnsworth Keesal, Young & Logan

Patrick Wilson Fast Lane Transportation

Andres Jimenez, M.D. San Pedro Family Medicine

Wyatt Wilson Spirit Cruises / Ports O’ Call

Jarrod Koch Premier IT


Dear Friends, You are receiving this annual report due to your generous support as we begin our 80th year of serving the youth of our Los Angeles Harbor community. One of the oldest Boys & Girls Clubs in California, in 1937 the Boys Club of San Pedro was established by the San Pedro Civitan Club as local businessmen were desperate for positive alternatives for boys who were on the streets and negatively impacting their establishments. Since its inception, the organization has stayed true to its mission to enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, and responsible citizens. We achieve this through quality programs and services in an environment that is safe, nurturing and inspiring. Many accomplishments were soon to follow including becoming an official Boys & Girls Club in 1994. Our name changed again not long after when we collaborated with the Port of LA to open our Port of LA Boys & Girls Club next to the Rancho San Pedro public housing community in 2001 and merged with the Wilmington Boys & Girls Club in 2004 to become the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Los Angeles Harbor. Through these years we started many programs that continue to help youth succeed today including College Bound pathway, the Arts Academy and our new Career Bound program. NONE of this would be possible without the generosity of our individual donors, corporate sponsors, private foundations and support from our elected officials. As an alumnus and “Club Kid” myself – I thank all of you for 80 years of support. I urge you to continue your investment in “those who need us most” and make this 80th Anniversary year a true “Year of the Child.” Mike Lansing, Executive Director

On behalf of the Board of Directors, and the entire organization, I am happy to present the 20152016 Annual Report for the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Los Angeles Harbor. This also gives me a chance to express my tremendous gratitude for your support. Foundations, local businesses and corporations, individuals and volunteers have generously given time, services and financial resources that truly allow us to do what we do. The results can be seen within this report. From tutoring and college-readiness, to performing and fine arts, from video and music labs to science and robotics, from organized sports to time just to play and have fun – the Club provides space and opportunities for kids from kindergarten through high school to grow and explore, learn and be kids. As we head into our 80th year, we will be celebrating our growth and successes. The Club looks nothing like it did 80 though ago, though our mission remains to serve the kids who need us most. We would love to show you what goes on inside the Club, and welcome you to come for a visit. We think you will be as inspired as we are. As I thank you for your support, I also want to thank our incredible staff who make this all happen. Donors, friends, management and staff make for a pretty spectacular team. Thank you! Tamara Powers, Board President

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Our Community L.A. Harbor youth population of *2015 American Community Survey 010 data.

13,206

L.A. Harbor children living in households below the poverty level.

37,392

65% of L.A. Harbor public schools have an Academic Performance Index (API) Ranking of 6 out of 10 or lower. *LAUSD reporting

*2015 American Community Survey

27% of residents 18 and older have less than a high school diploma. *2015 American Community Survey

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Gang injunctions in the harbor area alone with a medium to high crime rate according to the LAPD.


Across the Map 2016

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Club sites 3 Clubhouses 10 School sites

1,400+ Youth Involved in the Arts

2,119

Youth Served Daily on Average

1,100+ Snacks & Suppers Served Daily

96%

College Bound Graduation Rate of high school members

500+

Youth Transported Daily

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STEM Learning & Innovating

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STEM Futures

Uriel’s story

“Without my Boys & Girls Club, I would have never even thought of the things I am involved in today.” Today, as the first in his family to go to college, our 2016 Youth of the Year, Uriel Castillo is a freshman at California State University, Northridge studying Mechanical Engineering. But his road to success required a lot of hard work that we were happy to support. Uriel was just 9 years old when he walked into the Port of L.A. Boys & Girls Club for the first time. He started attending daily, the Club directly across the street from the Rancho San Pedro public housing community where he grew up. Through the years, Uriel joined our Keystone community service group, gained much help through College Bound, served on Mayor Garcetti’s Youth Council and completed an internship in L.A. City Councilman Joe Buscaino’s office. In 2016, when Phillips 66 sponsored our STEM Makers Studio at our Port of L.A. Club complete with five 3D printers, a laser cutter and brand new computers for our youth, Uriel found a place where he could apply his knowledge of math and engineering and bring his designs to life. He also found another way to give back to the Club by tutoring younger members in STEM education. Like many of our former Youths of the Year, Uriel continues to give back to his community and returns to the Club to mentor and support younger members. 6


Arts Academy Creativity Flourishing

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Artistic Futures Isaac’s story

“I never got to experience what I experienced at the Club before.”

By the time, Isaac Benavidez first started attending our Wilmington Boys & Girls Club at age 14, he was a beginning level guitar player with a few songs under his belt, but the Club offered him something that Isaac never had the opportunity to do before - play with fellow young musicians in a band. Our Arts Academy music program has allowed Isaac to grow and develop his skills performing as part of a group, reading music charts, understanding musical concepts and terminology and recognizing proper technique. He has had countless opportunities to share his talent with an audience at several Club and community events with our bands. During his time in our Club, Isaac has increased his repertoire and discovered new musical genres he never played before. His favorites right now are Blues, Punk Rock and Heavy Metal. The Club also gave him the opportunity to experiment with other instruments. He is now developing his talents as a drummer. Isaac feels that the Club, “changed his music career,” and made the experience more fun and valuable. Isaac will graduate from Phineas Banning High School in 2017 and will move on from the Club, but plans to continue learning and playing music as he goes to college.

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Athletics Strength in Health and Character

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Athletic Futures Jose’s story

Although he was born in the United States, Jose Palafox was raised in Mexico and faced many challenges when returning at the age of 9 with hopes of working toward a great future. Soon after enrolling in school, Jose began attending the San Pedro Boys & Girls Club as a safe place to go after class because his mother had to work two jobs to support them. Jose was welcomed by Club staff who helped him with his English and introduced him to programs. He immediately took to our soccer league and made many friends on the team. He was so dedicated to the program that when our league was struggling to attract new members, Jose elected himself as league promoter and advertised the program at his middle school and around the community. Years later, it was no surprise to us when he was named captain of the San Pedro High School varsity soccer team. Although Jose was passionate about soccer, he found true guidance in our College Bound program. With the support of our case managers he graduated from San Pedro High School in 2016 with a GPA surpassing 4.0. He was awarded scholarships through College Bound’s partnerships with the College Access Foundation and Toyota Financial Services. Jose earned a great deal of financial aid with the help of our case managers guiding him. As the first in his family to go to college, Jose attends UC Irvine and majors in Engineering. Athletics continue to drive him and he plays for the club soccer team at his university. He returns to the Club during his breaks to share his experience and advice with our teens.

“I am extremely fortunate to be part of an organization that contributes to the well being of our growing community in countless ways.”

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College Bound Great Futures

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College Futures Marlyn’s story

“The Club is a place where many students like myself can discover certain principles and qualities we are unable to perceive on our own.” Marlyn Angeles is a proud Matador at California State University, Northridge, but she makes plenty of time to return to San Pedro and visit what she considers her second home, our Port of L.A. Boys & Girls Club. Marlyn started attending our Port Club in elementary school. There she found guidance as a safe place between school and her home in the Rancho San Pedro public housing community. Through the years she was involved in many programs including soccer and our Keystone community service group. She was even selected as our 2015 Port Club Youth of the Year. Marlyn was an excellent high school student. She graduated from Harbor Teacher Preparation Academy with her high school diploma and several units of college credit. However, with few resources and little support from her family, Marlyn didn’t think she had many options beyond high school. Our College Bound showed her the path to follow. Through several years of guidance in College Bound, Marlyn attended multiple workshops, toured college campuses, and received crucial 1-on-1 support in completing her college and financial aid applications. We were proud to award Marlyn a scholarship as our Youth of the Year and a College Access Foundation scholarship at our 2016 College Bound Celebration.

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2016 Corporate Partners

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Volunteering Talents Moe’s Story

“I love music. And getting to work with the kids on their tracks...I just kept coming back.”

Two time All-American and former professional basketball player Moe Ager first came to the San Pedro Boys & Girls Club to volunteer in our basketball program, but during his introductory tour of the Club, he was surprised to find our audio recording studio. On top of his athletic talents, Moe is also a music producer and has developed his skills since he was a teen like our members. It wasn’t long before Moe was visiting the Club as a volunteer every week to help our middle and high school members take their next steps in mixing and mastering. During the 2015/2016 school year, Moe completed 250 volunteer service hours. High school member, Partyush S., received a lot of help from Moe in refining his abilities and developing his musical instincts. He has been learning and creating in the studio since he was in 7th grade and felt he was able to get to the next level with Moe as his mentor.

Thanks Moe! If you would like to share your talents, experience and advice with our members, we want to hear from you. Please visit

www.bgclaharbor.org/ volunteer

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Youth by the numbers CHART TITLE

Ages 5-8

Ages 9-12

Ages 13-16

Ages 17-20

Column1

Column2

Column3

2016

CHART TITLE

Ethnicity

Hispanic or Latino

CHART TITLE

Black or African American Two or More Races White Asian Other race Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander Ages 5-8 Female Male Ages 17-20 Column1 Column2 Column3

73%

EGORY 1

0%

10%

20%

30%

40%

50%

Ages 5-8 AsianAges 9-12

Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander 17%

EGORY 1

Ages 5-8

CATEGORY 1

15

7%

80%

race 17-20 Ages 13-16 OtherAges

73%

Gender

Female

Male

5%

2%2%1%

90%

100%

Column1

32%

51%

EGORY 1

70%

CHART TITLE Two or More Races

32%

CATEGORY 1

CATEGORY 1

60%

Age Black or African American

Hispanic or Latino White

10%

Column2

19%

CHART TITLE 10%

Ages 17-20

Column1

7%

5%

32%

51%

2%2%1%

Column2

49%

17%

C

32%

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Financial Highlights

Operating Revenue

DuringContributions the fiscal year ending on June 30, 2016.

Government Grants

Foundation Grants

Program Service Fees

Special Event Fundraisers

Other Operating Income

Operating Revenue Government Grants

2%

8% 5%

39% 15%

31%

Operating Revenue

$2,477,907

Foundation Grants

$1,957,232

Contributions

$965,939

Program Service Fees

$324,647

Special Events

$484,558 $165,095

Other Operating Income

$6,375,378

Total Operating Revenue

Government Grants

Foundation Grants

Contributions

Program Service Fees

Special Event Fundraisers

Other Operating Income

Operating Expenses Program Services

Fundraising Expense

General & Administrative

Other Operating Expense 2%

8%

5% 10% 8%

Occupancy

2%

Operating Expenses Program Services 39% Fundraising Expense

15%

$4,961,779

$587,412

$564,832

Occupancy

General & Administrative $657,349

8%

Other Operating Expense 72%

Total Operating Expenses

$111,233 $6,882,605

31%

Operating Expenses Program Services

Fundraising Expense

General & Administrative

Other Operating Expense

2%

Occupancy

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Individual Supporters During the fiscal year ending on June 30, 2016. Bolded donors also contributed their time and talents as volunteers. Dominic Abbatiello Mary Ann Acalin Barbara D. Addleman Boyce Ahlport Cynthia Allan Jack Allen Ryan Allen Arthur Almeida Bob & Melissa Alvarado Joe Amalfitano Tom Amalfitano Mary Amalfitano Gibbs Tommy Amalfitano, Jr. Lawrence C. Anderson James Andrews I. Chabela Arciga Sandy & Tim Armour James Artiano Vernon Au Richard Babboni Erin Babikian Fairveola Banks Carlos Barajas Leslie Barber Don Bark Michael Barth Lydia & Todd Bauer Jose Bautista Esther Beard Carolyn Beauchamp Anthony Beaudon Michael Bebb Wilhelm Behrens Betty Bellucci Carlyn Belsky Vincent Benitez Sean Bennett Victor Benson Alex Bermudez David Bernstein Bryan Bero Vincent Berube Gary & Lori Bettis John Bettis Wayne Bettis Augie Bezmalinovich Roger Biggein John Biggs Mike Bilek Dwight Bishop Yvonne Bjazevich David Blackeslee Katica Blaskovich

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David Bloom Michael Bodlovich Laurie Bogdanovich Lou Bogdanovich Yvonne Bogdanovich Ross Bolton Robert Borden Gerard Borkovich Joseph Bosnich Carmella Bozanich Dinko Bozanich Jack Bozanich Tracey & Veann Bracken Nicholas Brajevich Janae Brand Robert Braun Philip Brewster George D. Bronaugh Frank Brown William Brownell William Bryan Robert Bugarin James Bunn Pamela Burrill Jennifer Byram Mickey Cafiero Claudia Calandrino Linda & Steve Calhoun Michelle Califano Joseph Calise J.M. Campbell David & Diane Campisi M.D. Eugene Cantisano John Car Alex Carresi John Carresi Sergio Carrillo John Francis Carroll Patricia A. Carroll Joy Carter Jonathan Castro Walter Cathey Eugene Cavecche David Chan Jack Chan Diana Chapman Robert Chickey Joe Ciaramitaro Pete Ciaramitaro Anthony Cigliano John Cigliano Michael Cinnamond Aida Cisneros

David Clinton Dorothy Coats David & Kate Cocke Michael Cocke Kimberly Colbert Bret Cook Norman Cook Robert Coors Roy Cootes Tony Cordero Vaudelio Cornejo Bill Cornyn Eve Correa Domenic Costa Donald Costa Peter Costa Jay Coughlin Daryl Criss Michael Croke Juan Cruz John Curran Nancy Cypert Judy Dabinett Urban Jack Dalton Robert Daly Phyllis D’Ambra John Danielson John Davidson Thayer Davis Antonette De La Espriella Viola De Witt Callista Dean Mark DeBaca Rose Marie Deeter Allan M. Delman, M.D. Michael DePasquale John Di Carlo Vincent J. Di Leva John DiBernardo Sal DiCostanzo Pat DiLeva Dr. E. Janeane Dimpel Alona Dingson Carol Dobra Sam Dobra Tom Dobra Paul Dofton Anne Doktorczyk Louis Dominguez Julius Doxie Glen Dragovich Rob Dumas Lee Dworshak

Captain John L. Dwyer Janice Dyer Kurt Ederer Patricia Edie Barrett Eldridge Mike Ellington Gregory Ellis Mark Enlow Paul Escala Hugo Escalante Alane Espino Letty Evans Steve Faichney Andrew Faour Dave Farrell Jerald Farrell Diane Felando Lillian Felando Mauryne Fennell Marcos P. Fernandez, Jr. Ray Ferris Anastacia E. Fiamengo Pauline Fiamengo Pete Fiamengo Tony Fiamengo Vincent Fiamengo Moises Figueroa Susan Finney Barry Fishman Les Fishman William Flett Bruce Flint Robert Ford Jean Foster Robert Foster Carol Fox Roger D. Fox Jim Frassett Larry Fugatti Warren Furutani Jerry Gaines Ryan Gallagher Cheryl Gant Carlos Garcia Richard Garcia Frank Gargas Scott Garman Martin Garrity Jackie & Roger Garvin Larry Gasco Bushe Geich Jean Geich Rick Geske


William Gettman Ytzhak Gewelber Phyllis Ghio Rosario Giacalone Allen Ginsburg Tony Gioello Vito Anthony Gioiello Evelyn Glassford Richard S. Gluckman, M.D. Mario & Camille Gobin Patrick Goggin Dr. Stuart Gold Roy Goldberg Kenneth Goldman Alan Goldstein Michael Goldstein William Gonzales Barbara Gonzalez Charles R. Gonzalez Javier Gonzalez Mario Gonzalez Sean Graham Lupe K. Grajeda Arthur Grant Steve Grant Amy Grat Peter Gravett Janet Gray Martin Jim Green Steven Gregson Karin Guerrero Kevin Guetig Robert Gulcher Conrad Guzman Janice Hahn Kenneth Hall Robert Hall William Hallett Candace Ham Mark Hamilton Dick Hampikian Michael T. Harder Jake & Taylor Hardin Susan Harrison Kimberly Hatten James Hayashi Daniel Hegybeli Chris Henrich Eddie Hernandez Eugene Hertler Curtis Higgins Patricia Higgins Richard Hildebrandt Dr. Carl W. Hill Rafael Hinojosa Hiram Hironaka Martin Hochman William Holcomb John Holland H. T. Holmes

Carl Holzbauer Laura Holzman Eugene Honbo Joseph Houston Barbara Huffman Kathleen Hughes Leslie Hunt Warren Hwang Kirk Hyde Tom Hynes Anthony Iacono Jerry Iacono John Iacono Neil Iacono Jacqueline Ignon Daniel Imbagliazzo Joseph Inch Tom Intagliata Andres Jimenez, M.D. Kirk Johnson Larry Johnson Mark Johnson Omar Johnson William Johnson, III Adam Jonas John Jones Stacey Jones Gale Kahn Marc Kaiser William Karg Marie Karmelich Mike Karmelich Joe & Lisa Kastelan Marie Katnic Gina Keller John Kilkelly Scott Kimball Sally Kinsey Steven Kleinjan David Knauer Sharman & Andy Knox Jarrod Koch Yvonne Koga Dag Kolderup Nils Kolderup Anthony Kolumbic Barbara Korthe Andy Kostelas Midge Koster Norma Kostich Karin Kostich Guerrero John Kostrencich Bill Krouss Jenny Krusoe John Kumar Heide & Larry Kurtz Laurence Kurtz Vincent La Farga Denise Laborde Alyse Laemmle

Dennis & Noreen Lane Scott Lane Dennis Lane, Jr. Mike Lansing Chay Lapin Joe Lapinta Edison Lara Ronald Lash Frank Lauro Chris Leach James Leach Michael Learned Patrick & Anne Lemaire Vincent Leonardo Roxanne Leonidas Elinor Lester Honorable Ted Lieu Joseph Lindorfer James M. Loddengaard, M.D. Salvatore Logrande Steve & Helaine Lopes John Lopez Sherry Lopez Mary Margaret Lorenzi Jerry Lovarov Mary Ann Lovrich Ernie Lowe Norman Lucas Elizabeth Lukas Roger & Ruth MacFarlane Laura Mackenzie Jim MacLellan Christian Magana Ann Majchrzak Peter F. Manghera George Mantikas Anita Mardesich Dennis Mari Antoinette Marich Norma Marich Jonathan Marselis Betty Martin Susie Martin Alberto Martinez Alfredo Martinez Geoff Martinez Robert Martinez Anthony Martinovich Mary Ann Martinovich Judy Marvin Jerry Masten Marie Masumoto Dolores M. Matich Dorothy Matich Donna Mattera Lyle Mattes Holly Matthews David Mattis Kun Mau Patricia Mavar

Mary Mavian John Mavredakis Sherry Mayer Mauricio Maynard Paul Maynard Jane Mazzoni Thomas Mc Cain, D.D.S. John McCabe Kent McDonald Laurence McGrane Melvin McKey Casey & Erin McKinley Daniel McLean Kevin McNab Tim McOsker Mike Medak Kevin Medina Simon Medina Dan Meliota Phillip Meliota Matt Mellier Patrick Mellier Ephram Mendoza Jorge Mendoza Robert Meripol Roger Metzler Charles Meyer Kelly Millar Alan Miller Dan Miller Dr. Ken Miller John Miller Kelly Miller Robert C. Miller Ruby A. Miller Daniel I. Millman Charles Mirkovich Joseph Mirkovich Judy Mishkin Dr. Sameer Mistry Silvano Mizrahi Philip Mladinich Peyman Moghaddam Susan Moley Mario Molina Bill Moller Lorraine Mone Hangup Moon Brad Moore Melissa Moore Bob & Jan Moore Thomas Moran Michael Morris Henry Morro Michael Morrow William Mosich Jody Muller Peter Murphy Raye Beth Murphy Eric Myers

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Peter Myers Geoffrey Nadler Alina Nadsady Ron Nakagawa Sachiye Nakano Lisa & Dan Navarro Jerana Nelms Jeff Neu Dr. Maria Elena Newcomer Sam Newman Anthony Nizetich Robert Nizich Dr. Elliott Norzennik Charles Noski Stanley Nowinski Benedict O’Brien Christine M. Ofiesh Lois Ogle Teresa O’Lear Lawrence Olson Mark Oreb Robert Ortega Robert Ortiz Robert Pagni Robert Palmer Kris Palmerton Darrelle Pan Panagiotis Panagiotou Matt Pandol Kelly Papetti Scott Parks LeTellier L Parode Loretta Patterson Edward Pearson Phyllis Pelezzare Carlos Perez James Perzik Walter & Rosa Pesenti Doreen Pesusich Catherine Petrasich Joseph Petrich Rick Pielago Nancy Poduje Pascale & David Poitras Pascale Poltras William Pomeranz Ken Pope George Pophoff Frank Poturica Tamara Powers Andrew & Jen Prindle Darren Quella Raime Quick John Quinn Ronald Rados Beth Rappazzo Jay Real Judge & Manual Real Frank Redlew Mary Rehrig

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Leo Richards Juan Rico Jerome Rilling Mike Ringleman Don Ritchey John Rivera Richard Rizika Peter M. Roan William Robb Rosmarie Roberson Ron & Sanderetta Roberts Julian Rodriguez Mary Rodriguez Judy Rollins Andrew Romano Gloria Ronnau David Rosales David Rowe John H. Rowe Ed Rozeski Jack Rudan Anthony Ruiz Nicholas Rukavina Michael Russell Cynthia Ryan Norman Sakura, M.D. Mary Jean Salcido Rosa Salcido Robert Santich, Sr. Winifred Sarac Gino Sasso Cody Schaefer Janet Scheppler Steve Schiazzano Bea Schneider Robert Schwartz Frank Scognamillo Carolyn Scott Ralph & Lorraine Scriba Stephen Semel Annette Shannon Margaret Shannon Erin Sheehy Michael Sherman W.J. Shundo Nancy Shute Jerald Sicat Patricia Siddall Derald & Ann Sidler Tracy Sidler Elizabeth Signorelli Arnold Silver Lori Skalabrin Iris Smith James Smith Thomas Smuczynski Stanley Solomon David Sonnenblick Augustino Sorrentino Sal Sorrentino

Richard Soto Jim Spinosa Sal Spinosa Vince Spinosa James Spotts Bram Sprokkereef Jeff Stafford Christina Staudinger Debra Stegura Sheryl Stein-Tidus L. Frank Sternat Rosalie Stevens Majorie Stockett Rita Stratton Mia Strike Michael Stumpf Marsha Surina Barbara Swanson Eliot Swartz Fred Tafoya Kaushal Tamboli David Taylor, D.D.S. Winifred Tedesco James Tehan Jerry Tello Vito Terzoli Alba Thompson Ronald Thompson Sean Thompson David Thornburg Jeffrey Tidus Aurora Timbol Ryan Tiongson John Torres Richard & John Torres Steven Toth Karen Tozer Jeff Tran Jim Trani Robert Trujillo Nancy P. Uruburu Steve Uruburu Gary Valdez Genesis Valino Joseph Van Ryckeghem Carl Van Wy Mike Varela Mauricio Vargas Rosemary Vega Osuna Christian Velasquez Salvatore Ventimiglia Richard Venturini John Vidovich Kelli Vieweg Rabbi Ken Vils Bill Viramontes John Vlaic Tara Voss Kenneth Vukov Anthony Vulin

Anthony Vuoso Virginia Wade Mary Jo Walker Leilani Walsh Sophia Walter Rhonda & Mark Wapnick Elizabeth Warren Michael Watts Ruberta Weaver Carleton Weber Roland Weber, Jr. Juana Webman William Weisinger Michael White Phyllis Willard Judy Willis Michael Willis West Wilson Lindsey Wingerning Rose Marie Wintjen Tina Winwood Samuel Wirtschafter Christopher Wong James Worley Pat Wright Jose Yasuhara Eva Ybarra Amy Yeager Chang Yen Hsu Gary A. Young Stephen Young Bill Zankich Raymond Zavala Arnold Zimmerman Robert N. Zimmerman Suzy Zimmerman Donald Zinn Daniela Zuanich Michael Zuanich Barbara Zuliani Vic Zuvich


Supporting Foundations During the fiscal year ending on June 30, 2016.

Ahmanson Foundation Annenberg Foundation Aurella D. Dezonia Foundation Bloomfield Family Foundation California Community Foundation Carl E. Wynn Foundation Carol & James Collins Foundation Charles Abbott Memorial Foundation Crail-Johnson Foundation DeWitt Family Foundation Eisner Foundation Inc. Evalyn M. Bauer Foundation Green Foundation J.W. and Ida M. Jameson Foundation Kleiner Cohen Foundation LA84 Foundation Lon V. Smith Foundation Marcil Family Foundation Margie & Robert E. Petersen Foundation Mattel Foundation Max Gluck Foundation Mehlig Family Foundation Negri Foundation Norris Foundation NuStar Foundation Portola Keystone Foundation Ralph M. Parsons Foundation Rich Charitable Foundation Rose Hills Foundation Ross Stores Foundation S. Mark Taper Foundation Smart & Final Charitable Foundation Snyder Family Foundation Tesoro Foundation Thurston Charitable Foundation Waterman Family Foundation Wells Fargo Foundation Whitney Young Children’s Foundation Xerox Foundation

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Supporting Businesses During the fiscal year ending on June 30, 2016. 710 Grille Aerotek AG-Fume Services, Inc Al Larson Boat Shop Alameda Corridor Transport. Authority All Fit Systems, LLC AltaSea American Safety Services Anthem Dollare for Doers Ardagh Metal Packaging USA Inc Art to Grow On Artiano & Associates, APC Auto Palace Balov Plumbing Bank of America United Way Campaign Baylor Group Beatrix F. Padway Charitable Trust Bettis Insurance Services BNY Mellon Boeing California Employees Community Fund Boys & Girls Clubs of America Brightwave Energy, LLC Bristol Farms Butterfield Communications, Inc. California Credit Union California Sulphur Company California United Service Providers Carnival Cruise Lines Catalina Channel Express Chef Shafer’s Depot Chevron Employees Church Women United Los Angeles City Councilman Joe Buscaino Clark Textile Company, Inc. Clifford Swan Investment Counsel Coachwest Transportation Coast Maritime Services Coastline Equity, Inc. Coca-Cola Col and W.D. Woodruff Costco Wholesale County of Los Angeles Cranberry Tarts Red Hats Create Advertising Credit Union of Southern California Crimson California Pipeline, Lp Dell Giving Di Carlo Seafood Company Dwight Stuart Youth Fund Edison International Ek & Ek, LLC Erik A Myers ERM

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Everport Terminal Services, Inc Everson Spices Exxon Mobil Farmers & Merchants Bank of Long Beach Fast Lane Transportation Fire Station 48 Fox Group Frank & Linda Luna Fulton Findings GAP Back to School Gardena Jewelry & Loan GC Aero Flexible Circuitry, Inc Give With Liberty Glaser Weil Glass Family Trust Gold Star Catering Goldman, Sachs & Co. Matching Gift Program Got Jewelry, Inc GP Strategies Co Green Hills Memorial Park H.J. Baker & Bro., Inc. Harbor Brake Service Harbor Industrial Holguin, Garfield, Martinez & Quinonez, APLC Hussey Insurance Agency ILWU Credit Union ILWU Local 13 ILWU Local 68 - Port Pilots ILWU Local 94 ILWU, Marine Clerks Assoc., Local 63-0CU Insurance Auto Auctions J. Elliott Construction Co. Inc Jason Rackemann & Associates JC Penney Jeffrey Bogosian, MD John S. Meek, Inc John Simich Construction, Inc Juanita’s Foods K Post K. Nobilione Keesal, Young & Logan Kroger L. A. Wood LA Live - AEG Legends Car Club Lions Club of Wilmington Los Angeles County Alliance for Boys & Girls Los Hermanos, Palos Verdes Los Verdes Women’s Golf Club Malaga Bank Marine Clerks Assoc., Local 63 Marketing for Growth, Inc Martin Chevrolet


Marymount California University Matrix Servic McNerneys Mortuary Mickey’s Italian Deli Mike’s Mobile BBQ Miraleste Automotive MMR Constructors, Inc Nantucket Crossing National Charity League, Inc. Peninsula Chapter National Charity League, Palos Verdes Northrop Grumman Nossaman LLP Nrg Energy Inc. Operation Progress Pacific Crane Maintenance Company Pacific Maritime Association, PMA Pacific Tank Pacific Unicomm Corp Palos Verdes Jr. Womens Club Pasha Stevedoring & Terminals Patriot Environmental Services, Inc PBS SoCal PCL Industrial Services Peninsula Church of the Nazarene Phillips 66 Phillips 66 Pipeline Port Police-Local 65 Ports America Pourteymoor Chiropratic Prindle, Goetz, Barnes & Reinholtz, Ll Priority One Professional Auto Tech, Inc. Providence Little Company of Mary PVG Group Rancho LPG Holdings LLC Raytheon Recon Refractory & Construction Rio Tinto Minerals Riviera Mexican Grill Robert K. Moore Accountancy Corp. Ronald McDonald House Charities Rotary Club of Palos Verdes Rotary Club of San Pedro Russell, Mirkovich & Morrow SA Recycling Sams Club Samuelsen , Gonzalez & Valenzuela San Pedro D. B. Club San Pedro Fish Market Select Construction Consultants Serenity Lodge South Bay BNI Chapter SPEC Services, Inc Spencer Reed Consulting Spirit Cruises Sports Research Corporation SSA Terminals State Farm Insurance Company Summitt Reprographics Sunshine Communications

Team Industrial Services Inc. Temple Beth El and Center Terminal Equipment Services, Inc. Tether Law The Jankovich Company Total Terminals International, LLC Toyota Financial Services TraPac, Inc. Turner Construction Union Pacific Railroad United Way United Way California Capital Region United Way of Greater Atlantia United Way of Greater Los Angeles United Way of Metropolitan Dallas U’S Again, LLC USC School of Social Work Valero Valero Wilmington Refinery Warren Resources Waterman Supply Co. Wells Fargo Community Support Campaign West Basin Container Terminal Western State Petroleum Association Westrec Marina Management, Inc Window Task Force Windsong Trust Womans Club of Wilmington Yusen Terminals Inc.

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