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The mission of Horizons for Homeless Children is to improve the lives of homeless children and their families. We provide homeless children in Massachusetts with the nurturing, stimulation and opportunities for early education and play that all children need to learn and grow in healthy ways. To improve the lives of the children we serve over the long term, we connect their parents with the tools they need to achieve social and economic self-sufÀciency. We provide leadership in advocating for homeless children and their families through leveraging and sharing our expertise with others and advocating with policy makers and the public.

Table of Contents Dear Friend of Horizons for Homeless Children Building Futures at a Community Children’s Center A Playspace Activity Leader Makes a Decade of Difference Statewide Expansion, SigniÀcant Impact Training and Awareness Building: The National Picture Persistence Pays: An Advocacy Success Story Support for a Program, Foundation for a Lifetime Champions for Homeless Children Campaign FY07 Supporters Statements of Financial Position Statements of Activities Staff of Horizons for Homeless Children

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Dear Friend of Horizons for Homeless Children

With the passing of another year, it is time for us to present you with our Fiscal Year 2007 Annual Report, a publication that not only highlights our successes over the past year, but enables us to publicly thank you, and the many other supporters who have helped make these successes possible. Each week, Horizons for Homeless Children reaches out to over 2,500 homeless children and their families across Massachusetts and provides them with a strong foundation upon which to build successful futures. From simple building blocks that help young children learn and grow in our classrooms and Playspaces, to relationship building with elected ofÀcials, and training and awareness building about homelessness in Massachusetts and the nation, Horizons for Homeless Children is committed to creating the likelihood of homeless families thriving.

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In Fiscal Year 2007, we continued to make a difference through our direct services and our solid network of volunteers, through strong political advocacy, awareness building, training programs and an array of events. Because of your support of our children and families, and because of your strong belief in our mission, Horizons for Homeless Children has been able to accomplish all that we do to strive to break the cycle of child and family homelessness. On behalf of Horizons for Homeless Children, we sincerely thank you and look forward to continuing to make a difference in the year ahead.

Sue Heilman Executive Director

Susan Whitehead Board Chair

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Building Futures at a Community Children’s Center

Eventually they moved into a family shelter, where she learned of the Community Children’s Center (CCC) at Horizons for Homeless Children. She enrolled her three youngest children (her eldest son was older than preschool age) Ashley, Denzel and Nia at the Schoen Family CCC in Dorchester, and over the course of four years, she and her family participated in the program as part of their journey back to self-sufÀciency. “From the Àrst moment I arrived, I felt good about this program,” says Elizabeth. “The teachers were warm and the classrooms felt stimulating and safe. While my children were there, they really thrived, and I was able to work without worry.” Work she did, and she did it well. Even during the most challenging of times, Elizabeth’s motto was to “keep it moving” and she lived by it throughout her employment, all the time working to give back and to help those in need. She worked with those who were mentally ill, those who were suffering from HIV and AIDS, those who were without homes themselves. She found strength in this work and the encouragement she received from her Family Advocates and fellow participants at the CCC helped her on her road. “My Family Advocates took away some of my feelings of loneliness,” she says. “I joined a parenting group with other women and got a real sense of belonging. I Ànally had a place to connect.”

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Twelve years ago, Elizabeth Wilson was the head of a homeless family. Her husband had left her and her three young children, and with another baby on the way, she was unable to make ends meet on her own. She and her family moved into her mother’s apartment and for many months, the expectant Elizabeth spent each night on a couch with her three children.

Ashley, Denzel and Nia during their time at the Schoen Family CCC in the mid 1990’s.

Elizabeth’s children grew in every way during their time at the CCC. As infants, toddlers and preschoolers, they made progress cognitively, socially, emotionally and physically, so that by the time Ashley, Denzel and Nia were each ready to graduate as kindergartners, they were on pace with their peers.

“From the Àrst moment I arrived, I felt good about this program. The teachers were warm and the classrooms felt stimulating and safe. While my children were there, they really thrived, and I was able to work without worry.” Elizabeth Wilson


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Elizabeth, Denzel, Nia and Ashley pictured recently at their home.

Today, sixteen-year-old Ashley is in the 10th grade at Snowden International School. Passionate about community service and giving back to those less fortunate, she sports her City Year City Heroes Advisory Board member badge with pride. She volunteers each week at a shelter and in the long term, her goal is to study sociology and pursue a career in human services. “I guess my mom rubs off on me,” she laughs. Ashley’s younger siblings Denzel (12) and Nia (9) are just as ambitious. They are high performers at school and have their own dreams for the future.

Elizabeth is now a shelter manager at Portis House, a shelter in Jamaica Plain and soon she will attend Cambridge College to participate in the Bachelors of Human Services program there. She speaks of her participation at Horizons for Homeless Children as a very positive experience. “It’s more than direct service,” she says. “Horizons for Homeless Children understands the issue of child and family homelessness in a very unique and profound way. It is because of this understanding that my children and I blossomed.” Elizabeth could not be prouder of her children. “I am really blessed,” she says. “They are strong and wonderful human beings. Being homeless strengthened each of us. As a family, my children and I empowered each other, encouraged each other, worked with each other to make it better. Being a part of the program at Horizons for Homeless Children helped make life better for us, as individuals and as a family unit.”

This past year, Horizons for Homeless Children served 175 homeless children each day at its three Community Children’s Centers and worked with their parents to help them return to self-sufÀciency.

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A Playspace Activity Leader Makes a Decade of Difference Mary-Elizabeth Solomita has been a Playspace Activity Leader, or PAL, at Horizons for Homeless Children for more than a decade and has made a difference in the lives of hundreds of homeless children during that time. She has volunteered at a number of homeless shelters throughout the state and has stories to share from her many experiences. The children at the Worcester shelter at which she currently volunteers thoroughly enjoy the experience. They greet Mary with hugs each week and have a difÀcult time when the shift draws to a close. “This is a time for the children to have fun and forget for a moment that they are homeless and just be kids,” says Mary.

Mary-Elizabeth and friend during her weekly shift.

“I have been inspired by the great courage, determination and strength evident in many of the mothers to create something better for their families.” Mary-Elizabeth Solomita

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Mary became a PAL because she believed that by spending time with a child, she could make a difference, even if it was only for two hours a week. What she did not realize however was how much it would change her own life. “Each family comes to the shelter with their own challenging stories, leaving family, friends and personal belongings behind, looking for a better life,” she says. “I have been inspired by the great courage, determination and strength evident in many of the mothers to create something better for their families. I have been inspired by the children, who go through so much and yet who manage to not let their situations crush their spirits.” Mary Solomita is an inspiration. She inspires others to volunteer and is quick to point out the rewards. “My pay is the peace I feel in my heart when I leave the Playspace each week,” she says. “When I see the smiles on the mothers’ and children’s faces, the rewards I receive are immeasurable. As a volunteer, what you give, you’ll get back a million times over.”


Statewide Expansion, SigniÀcant Impact

This year, our Playspace Programs continued to expand statewide and by June 30, 2007, there were 138 Playspaces installed throughout the state, serving almost 2,000 homeless children and families. In 2007, an all time high of over 1,000 active volunteer Playspace Activity Leaders were spending two hours each week playing with homeless children in the Playspaces.

Northeast Region Western Region

Western Region Amherst: 1 GreenÀeld: 1 Holyoke: 5 Northampton: 1 Orange: 1 PittsÀeld: 2 SpringÀeld: 5

Central Region

Central Region Devens: 1 Framingham: 3 Leominster: 2 Medway: 1 Webster: 2 Worcester: 15

Southeast Region Attleboro: 2 Brockton: 8 Cataumet: 1 Falmouth: 2 Fall River: 3 Hyannis: 3 Middleboro: 1 New Bedford: 2 North Weymouth: 1 South Yarmouth: 1

Greater Boston Region

Northeast Region Gloucester: 1 Greater Boston Region Haverhill: 1 Boston: 34 Lawrence: 4 Cambridge: 3 Lowell: 5 Hingham: 1 Lynn: 3 Medford: 1 Malden: 2 Newton: 4 North Chelmsford: 1 Quincy: 1 Peabody: 1 Somerville: 3 Revere: 1 Waltham: 5 Salem: 1 Tewksbury: 2

Southeast Region

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Training and Awareness Building: The National Picture In May 2007, Horizons for Homeless Children’s 2nd Young Children Without Homes National Conference brought together 570 participants from 30 states and Canada in Boston to focus efforts on improving the lives of young homeless children. From early educators to shelter providers, conference participants came from a variety of backgrounds and the networking done during the conference instilled an urgency to improve services for homeless children and families across the nation. Over the course of three days, sixty workshops focused on a wide variety of topics including the effects of homelessness and trauma on young children, how to build community awareness of the growing numbers of families who Ànd themselves homeless in the United States, how to recognize developmental delays in homeless young children, and how to address the health needs of homeless families. Presentations included a keynote speech by Marian Wright Edelman and addresses by Dr. Jack Shonkoff and Dr. T. Berry Brazelton. Participants who traveled from across the country included Charlotte Provenza, a woman who came from the Gulf Coast to participate on a panel of national service providers to address the continuing saga of the health and developmental impacts on the children who were evacuated as a result of the Gulf Coast hurricanes and who are now homeless.

“The conference was amazing! I am so glad that I made the trip. The workshops had substantial content on the needs and strategies for working with homeless families and their young children.” Conference Participant from Texas 6

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Marian Wright Edelman delivers keynote address.

Beth Snyder traveled from Anchorage, Alaska to be at the conference. Her work in the Anchorage public school system has involved working with homeless children in the city. She traveled across the country to learn more about how to assess the speciÀc needs and behaviors of homeless preschoolers and how to best address them. Representatives from Vogel Alcove, a childcare center for homeless children in Dallas, Texas not only attended the conference to learn, network and advocate, but also to present and discuss their programs and services for homeless children and families in Texas.


Persistence Pays: An Advocacy Success Story For the Àrst Àfteen years of its existence, Horizons for Homeless Children’s Playspace Programs were funded almost exclusively with private funds. In early 2005, the agency’s leadership decided to seek public funding for this program. As is often the case with Àrst-time state budget campaigns, this was easier said than done, and the initial advocacy efforts did not bear fruit. In June of 2005, two members of the Massachusetts Senate joined the cause. The Àrst was then-Senate President Robert Travaglini, who attended the installation of a Playspace at the Crossroads shelter in East Boston. Moved by what he saw, and urged on by PALs taking part in the ongoing advocacy campaign, Senator Travaglini pledged that the Commonwealth would pay its fair share of the Playspace Programs. The second was Senator Edward Augustus, who gave the keynote address at Horizons for Homeless Children’s 2005 Recognition Event and declared his support for public funding. While by then it was too late to include funding in the state budget working its way through the legislature, a “supplemental budget” was expected to follow, providing another opportunity. True to their word, Senators Travaglini and Augustus made sure that the next Supplemental budget approved in the Senate included $500,000 in funding for the Playspace Programs, roughly half the total cost of the program. In June of 2006, the bill was passed by the Legislature and signed by the Governor; Horizons for Homeless Children had succeeded in its quest for public funding for the Playspace Programs and in FY07 we had a true public-private funding model for this program for the Àrst time.

Senator Edward Augustus of Worcester, a strong advocate for homeless children and families.

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Support for a Program, Foundation for a Lifetime Horizons for Homeless Children is continually thankful for the incredible support of so many wonderful corporations, foundations and individuals, without whom the important work of providing programs and services to homeless children and families would not be possible. This year, we would like to acknowledge the signiÀcant contribution of the Lavine family, whose support has been instrumental in the growth and development of the agency and its work.

A Managing Director at Bain Capital, a leading global private investment Àrm based in Boston, in 2004 Jonathan Lavine was honored as one of the Boston Business Journal’s 40 outstanding Bostonians. He is an active participant in many Greater Boston based charitable organizations including Horizons for Homeless Children; today he serves on the Champions for Homeless Children Campaign Committee and has been instrumental in helping the agency raise over $15 million over the past three years. Jonathan and Jeannie have two daughters, Allie (13) and Emily (11), both of whom have been exposed to the work of Horizons for Homeless Children from an early age. At her Bat Mitzvah this year, Allie requested that her gifts be made in honor of Horizons for Homeless Children and her efforts made it possible to rededicate a Playspace at a shelter in Waltham. Allie also volunteered at the 8

Jonathan, Jeannie, Allie and Emily have gone above and beyond to reach out to those experiencing the hardships of homelessness, particularly young homeless children. Their longstanding commitment is admirable and has inspired others to become involved in this work. Horizons for Homeless Children is extremely fortunate to be able to continue our work because of their support.

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Lexington’s Lavine family have been strong supporters of Horizons for Homeless Children for over a decade. From their sponsorship of events to their underwriting of Playspace installations across the state, Jonathan and Jeannie Lavine have demonstrated a passionate commitment to the work of Horizons for Homeless Children and a clear determination to break the cycle of child and family homelessness.

Playspace to complete her Mitzvah project. “Several years ago, my parents took me to a Horizons for Homeless Children Playspace that they sponsored in Lowell,” says Allie. “I wished I could make these childrens’ childhoods as wonderful as my own. This year I decided to donate a portion of the gifts I received for my Bat Mitzvah toward opening a Playspace.”

Jonathan and Jeannie Lavine with Allie and Emily at a Playspace the family sponsored earlier this year.


Champions for Homeless Children Campaign The Champions for Homeless Children Campaign is a Àve-year (FY2005-2009) campaign to raise $25,000,000 to support our existing programs as well as the expansion of our programs/services. We are grateful to the following individuals who have generously made multi-year commitments to the Campaign (includes those who have made commitments as of November 16, 2007). Commitments of $1,000,000 and above Bob* and Michelle Atchinson Josh* and Anita Bekenstein Sandy* and Paul Edgerley Laurie* and Scott Schoen Commitments of $500,000 up to $1,000,000 Michael* and Barbara Eisenson Jonathan* and Jeannie Lavine Tristin* and Martin Mannion John (dec.)* and Elinor Svenson Commitments of $250,000 up to $500,000 Bain Capital Children’s Charity Brett* and Jacqueline Browchuk Roger Brown* and Linda Mason* Stephanie and John Connaughton Mark* and Janet Rich Edwards Anne R. Lovett and Stephen G. Woodsum Daniel and Susan Rothenberg Maurice* and Luly Samuels Susan Whitehead* Marc and Robin Wolpow Anonymous (2)

Commitments of $100,000 up to $250,000 Jody Acford* and Stephen Burgay Jane Brock-Wilson Paul Deninger and Lori Colella Deninger Matt Epstein* and Deborah Hiatt Corinne* and Tim Ferguson Chip and Donna Hazard Jordan and Julie Hitch Kevin and Polly Maroni Kristin and Stephen Mugford Janet and James Nahirny Tami Nason* and Kent Lage Tim and Lynne Palmer Laurie and Donald Peck Sean and Libby Silvia Paula and Mark Speers Laurie* and Peter Thomsen Martha and Tony Vorlicek Peter and Jessica Walter and the Robert D. Walter Family Foundation Linda Wisnewski and William Collatos Gwill York and Paul Maeder Anonymous (2)

Commitments of $50,000 up to $100,000 Michael and Lee Bell Jody and Jeff Black Diane and Neil Exter Ana and Andy Flaster Phill and Liz Gross Debbie and Todd Krasnow Jeff and Janet Larson Pamela Mann and David Baron Greg and Tracey Morzano Kate and Ford O’Neil Karen and Jeff Packman Mark and Etta Rosen Natalie and Michael Sanders Deborah* and Roy Shapiro Michael and Susie Thonis Craig and Patty Underwood

Commitments up to $50,000 Susie* and Scott Allen Kate* and Steve Barrand Polly and Chuck Bryson Barbara and Bill Burgess Sarah and John Davenport Edward and Allyson DeNoble Robert* and Jill Gallery Bill and Anne Haney Diane Hessan* and Paul Garces Merita Hopkins and James Ring Kathy* and Brian Klingler James* and Jane Levitt Shawn and Susan Martin Theresa and Robert McLaughlin James and Mary Mooradian Allen* and Kathleen Peckham Deirdre Phillips* Poduska Family Foundation Audrey Epstein Reny* and Steven Reny Lucienne Sanchez*, M.D. Gayle Slattery and Robert Wexler Patricia Smith* Don and Margaret Steiner Anne and Bob Stock Janice* and Rich Sturchio Sydney and Jonathan Winthrop Catherine and Richard Wright

*Board member as of 06.30.07

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FY07 Supporters Horizons for Homeless Children is grateful for the support of the many individuals, corporations, foundations and community groups whose generosity and steadfast support helps to improve the lives of young, homeless children and their families. The following list recognizes donors whose cumulative contributions during FY2007 (7/1/06 - 6/30/07) reached $100 or more. *Board member as of 06.30.07 $100,000 or more • Individuals Bob* and Michelle Atchinson Josh* and Anita Bekenstein Sandy* and Paul Edgerley Michael* and Barbara Eisenson Jonathan* and Jeannie Lavine Tristin* and Martin Mannion Laurie* and Scott Schoen John (dec.)* and Elinor Svenson

Susan Whitehead* Marc and Robin Wolpow Anne R. Lovett and Stephen G. Woodsum Anonymous (2)

• Foundations Bain Capital Children’s Charity

$25,000 - $49,000 • Individuals Matthew Epstein* and Deborah Hiatt Diane and Neil Exter Corinne* and Tim Ferguson Jeff and Janet Larson Kristin and Stephen Mugford Tami Nason* and Kent Lage Karen and Jeff Packman Sean and Libby Silvia Tim and Lynne Palmer Anonymous (1)

• Corporations The Gillette Company $50,000 - $99,999 • Individuals Brett* and Jacquie Browchuk Roger Brown* and Linda Mason* Stephanie and John Connaughton Mark* and Janet Rich Edwards Wycliffe* and Corinne Grousbeck Anne C. Kubik and Michael A. Krupka Laurie and Donald Peck Daniel and Susan Rothenberg Maurice* and Luly Samuels Peter and Jessica Walter 10

• Foundations Charles F. Bacon Trust The Boston Celtics Shamrock Foundation

• Foundations The Foundation to be Named Later Rowland Foundation, Inc. Robert D. Walter Family Foundation

• Corporations The Baupost Group CIBC World Markets Pioneer Investments Sun Life Financial Williams-Sonoma/Pottery Barn/ Pottery Barn Kids $10,000 - $24,999 • Individuals Jody Acford* and Stephen Burgay Mike and Lee Bell Jody and Jeffrey Black Jane Brock-Wilson Michael and Germaine Choe Judith Cutter Sarah and John Davenport The Deninger Family Edward and Allyson DeNoble Timothy and Maureen Dibble Karen and Vic DiGravio Andrew and Ana Flaster Michael and Linda Frieze Chip and Donna Hazard The Hessan*-Garces Family Jordan and Julie Hitch Beth and Michael Jones William Kaiser and Rowan O’Riley Mary Beth and Adam Kirsch Seth A. and Beth S. Klarman Debbie and Todd Krasnow James* and Jane Levitt Pamela Mann and David Baron Diane and Paul Margolis Kevin and Polly Maroni Laurel and Zachary Martin Shawn and Susan Martin Eileen McCarthy Jack and Beth Meyer Greg and Tracey Morzano Allen* and Kathleen Peckham Laura and Geoffrey Rehnert Michael and Natalie Sanders Christine Scordato Barbara and Edward Shapiro Deborah* and Roy Shapiro Gayle Slattery and Robert Wexler Jonathan and Cathy Sommers Paula Ness Speers and Mark Speers

Ann and Bob Stock Laurie* and Peter Thomsen Susan and Michael Thonis Mr. and Mrs. John Tisdale Jeffrey and Penny Vinik Catherine and Richard Wright Anonymous (4) • Foundations John W. Alden Trust Bank of America Foundation Dennis Family Foundation The William H. Donner Foundation, Inc. OXL Foundation Poduska Family Foundation David E. Retik and Christopher D. Mello Foundation Staples Foundation for Learning Wellington Management Charitable Fund Anonymous (1) • Corporations 48hourprint.com The Abbey Group Anglo Irish Boston Corporation-PLC ArcLight Capital Partners, LLC Bear Stearns and Company BNY Mellon Wealth Management Bright Horizons Family Solutions Charlesbank Capital Partners Goulston and Storrs HarbourVest Partners J. Jill Group Jefferies & Company, Inc. John Hancock Financial Services The Kraft Group Merrill Lynch & Company, Inc. MFS Investment Management Putnam Investments Staples, Inc. • Organizations Boston Guild of Oenophilists, Inc. $5,000 - $9,999 • Individuals Susie* and Scott Allen Kate* and Steve Barrand

Samuel and Annie Bartlett Shareen and Bob Berlin Amarnath Bhide Polly and Chuck Bryson Steve and Susan Burbage Barbara and Bill Burgess Ronnie and Reed Chisholm Tobey and Mary Ann Choate Stephanie and Jerry Coughlan Joel and Randi Cutler Deanna and Tony DiNovi Chip and Jennifer Douglas Julian Dwek David, Nina, Olivia and Julian Fialkow Anna and Hubbard Garber Allen and Laryn Gardner Beth and Lawrence Greenberg Bill and Anne Haney Keith Hartt and Ann Houston Wiedie Christa and Jeffrey Hawkins Leslie and Hunt Henrie Dan and Jennifer Hertzel Arnold Hiatt Howard and Doris (dec.) Hiatt Chris, Nancy and Weston Hughes Cynthia R. and Andrew S. Janower Trisha and Michael Kennealy Kathy* and Brian Klingler Seth and Cynthia Lawry Pam and Steve Lesser Lynda and Kevin Macdonald Stephanie and Matthew Magee Robin Maisel Demond and Kia Martin Michele May and David Walt Bill and Susan McClements Rosemary and Richard McCready Mike and Karen Miles Janet and James Nahirny Thomas and Elisabeth Niedermeyer Sarah and Dana Nielsen Bernadette Rehnert Audrey Epstein Reny* and Steven Reny


Peter Reynolds Peter Riehl and Allison Horne Jack Sebastian Michael and Jill Stansky Brian and Maria Steck Don and Margaret Steiner Martha and Tony Vorlicek Gwill York and Paul Maeder Anonymous (3) • Foundations J.M.R. Barker Foundation BBF Foundation Beechwood Trust The Clements Foundation Clipper Ship Foundation Inc. Elsie Lee Garthwaite Foundation Grand Circle Foundation Greater Worcester Community Foundation Roy A. Hunt Foundation Linde Family Foundation The Agnes M. Lindsay Trust The Clinton H. and Wilma T. Shattuck Charitable Trust Smiling Kids, Inc. The Stride Rite Charitable Foundation Svrluga Foundation The TJX Foundation Inc. • Corporations Adage Capital Management, L.P. Ashkenazy and Agus Bain Capital, Inc. Bank of America Beacon Capital Partners Bertice Berry Productions Bingham McCutchen LLP Bromberg & Sunstein LLP Capital One Community Corps Board Citizens Bank EMC Corporation F.C. Associates, LLC FLAG Capital Management, LLC FreeLife International, Inc. Goldman Sachs & Company Hill, Holliday Inc. Lehman Brothers Partners HealthCare

RBC Capital Markets Ropes & Gray State Street Corporation $2,500 - $4,999 • Individuals Mr. and Mrs. Herbert J. Bachelor Jeff and Gulsun Baum Douglas and Diana Berthiaume Tim Brown David and Dana Budka Laura and Steven Coleman Susan Corcoran Charles H. and Rosemary Cremens David Furey Robert* and Jill Gallery Sonchu and Stefan Gavell Ellen Godsall Paul and Melissa Gray Chris Hessler and Sandy Schultz-Hessler Patricia Jabar and Wayne Smith Mark and Anne Kelley Mary Kelly Joshua Klevens and Anna Sinaiko Ted and Ann Kurland Abner and Elizabeth Kurtin Alexander and Deborah Lamont Lisa and Stephen Lebovitz Brian and Jill Lenhardt Ann Milner James and Mary Mooradian Paul Morin Marion and David Mussafer Robert and Lorraine Paglia Deirdre Phillips* Jennifer A. Pline and Hans C. Oettgen Peter and Lisa Roblin Steven and Ellen Segal Andi and Doug Shaw Kevin Sullivan Eric and Sarah Svenson Lisa and Steven Tannenbaum Amy and Rick Weed Grant M. Wilson Sydney and Jonathan Winthrop Linda Wisnewski and William Collatos Richard and Christina Wood Charlie and Claudia Wu Anonymous (4)

• Foundations I Do Foundation The OutReach Foundation The Reebok Human Rights Foundation Philip Schultz Memorial Fund Talbots Charitable Foundation The Trust Family Foundation • Corporations Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts Charles River Laboratories Cigna Health Care Dana-Farber Cancer Institute Derby & Company Digitas Duff & Phelps, LLC Edwards Angell Palmer & Dodge LLP HP Hood, Inc. IXIS Asset Management US Group, L.P. M.S. Walker, Inc. Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo, PC National Grid New England Legal Search NSTAR Nutter, McClennen and Fish LLP Peterson Brothers, Inc. Riemer & Braunstein LLP Seyfarth Shaw, LLC Tudor Investment Corporation Tufts Health Plan Whole Foods Hingham Whole Foods Woburn WilmerHale • Organizations Old South Church in Boston Anonymous (1) $1,000 - $2,499 • Individuals Tony Abbiati Jean Alexander The Alperin Family Robin and Philippe Amouyal Russell and Kimberly Ayan Jessica and Shane Baron

Molly and John Beard Joan and Bert Berkley David Bryant and Ellen Berkman Monica and David Bernstein Catherine Bevans Peter and Pattie Bishop Jeanne and John Blasberg Helen and Joseph Bouscaren Ed and Amy Brakeman Jake M. Bronstein Robert Bronstein Thomas Bruns Anthony and Lorraine Campbell A. William and Carol Caporizzo Linda Carlisle and Bob Mast David Cifrino Karen Clark Mr. and Mrs. Frederic M. Clifford Brian and Karen Conway Mary Cove Michael and Marian Miller Cronin Claudia Cuddy Joseph Cunningham and Susan Schieb Rick and Diana Curtin Della and Dave Cushing Linda Dalby-Kennedy

Thank you for all that you do to help improve the lives of so many people in our community. Brian Hodgett, Director, Government & Community Relations, The Gillette Company Stephanie and David D’Angelo Ryan and Jennifer Debin Brian and Jean Dies Deborah and Timothy Diggins Martha Dolan-Cosgrove Joan and Kevin Donahue Frank Dunau and Amy Davis Debra and David Elkind Robert and Marilyn Ellsworth David Fike Kimberley and Matthew Fink Steven and Nancy Fischman

Joyce and William Fletcher The Frieling Family Margaret and Dozier Gardner Dennis and Beth Goldstein Jonathan and Kaia Goldstein Willie and Vivian Goldwasser Lawrence and Penny Goodman Dyan M. Goodwin David Graham and Callan Stein Marion M. Hampton Sylvia Han Robert and Carol Henderson Peter and Tamara Hermann Fred Hiatt and Pooh Shapiro Kurt Hiler and Suzanne Hanson Nancy Hogan Merita Hopkins and James Ring Joyce and Randall Huber Lee and Diana Humphrey Diane and Mitchell Jacobs Brian and Dawn Jadul Leslie Kagan and Robert Coulam Douglas and Sharon Karp Elisabeth Keller and Steven Bonsey Peter and Janet Kelliher Christopher and Sue Klem Amy and Richard Kohan Rachel and Bob Kramer Steven and Karen Krichmar The Lander Family The Lang Family Kristine Stotz Langdon The Larson Family Paul and Elizabeth LeBlanc Darlene Lecour Lisa and Stuart Lewtan Harvey and Pamela Lodish Ben Lubetsky and Jen Brett Richard and Nancy Lubin R. Bradford and Sharon Malt Paul and Anne Marcus Walter and Susan McCabe Henry and Allison McCance James McGrail Linda McMahan Therese and Kurt Melden 11


Christopher and Linda Mellen Megan and Bipin Mistry David and Michele Mittelman Mike and Patricia Mordas Marty and Robin Murphy Troy and Patricia Murray Laura Nalesnik Eve and Nick Nichols Jennifer M. Norton Adam Omansky Anne O’Neil and James Ricotta Kate and Ford O’Neil Page Palmer Susan and Joseph Paresky Janet A. Pendleton and Stephen R. Kahn Marsha and Justin Perreault Michael and Kathryn Peterson Suzanne and David Picher Stuart and Susan Porter Laura Posten Claudia and Rolando Rabines Nancy and Colin Rappaport Marc and Emily Reardon Judith and John Remondi Guy and Betty Reny Daniel and Lise Revers Sherry and George Robinson Richard and Nancy Romanow Christine Root Christine Rosado Mark and Etta Rosen Larry and Nancy Rowe John and Ann Ellen Rutherford Bob and L. Sage Lucienne Sanchez*, M.D. Robin and Steven Scari Robert and Julie Schlacter Carole Schlessinger Nancy and Thomas Shepherd Mr. and Mrs. Ross E. Sherbrooke Fredi and Jack Shonkoff Nicholas Sibley Vaughn Sills and Lowry Pei Michael and Wendy Simches Barbara Simonetti and Charles Sandmel 12

Anne Smith and John Goodhue Bob and Karen Sommers Janice* and Rich Sturchio Victoria and Donald Sullivan Joanne E. Tashjian Richard and Karen Teller William and AnnMarie Teuber Vivian Vitale Martha Vreeland Karen and Joseph Walsh Nancy and Barry Wayne Mary Ellen and James Wessell Lisa Wexler Anna Whitcomb Knight Mrs. Mary Shea Wilson Linda Wondrack Leslie and Jason Wong Lise Ann Woodard and John Reilly William and Wendy Wrean William and Julie Yandow Anonymous (13) • Foundations Baker Root Family Foundation Cooper Leeser Family Fund Moran Family Charitable Foundation Palmer Walker Foundation Parthenon Capital Foundation RBS Greenwich Capital Foundation Verizon Foundation • Corporations Acadian Asset Management Applera Corporation Baring Asset Management Boston Private Bank & Trust Company The Children’s Chef Convexity Capital Management Eco Logic Ltd. Elaine Construction Company Fish & Richardson, P.C. Garnet Group, LLC Goodwin Procter LLP Handlin, Garrahan, Zachos & Associates Architects Houghton MifÁin Company Insight Performance Improvement, Inc. Little Miss Pink

Moody, Famiglietti & Andronico, LLP Northern Trust Parametric Technology Corporation Playtex Products, Inc. Plymouth Rock Assurance Company Progress Software Psyche Systems Corporation Realty Financial Partners/ David S. Allen Ruberto, Israel & Weiner, P.C. Ryan Construction, Inc. Trillium Asset Management Corporation The Washington Post • Organizations Bellingham Elder Service Group Children’s Hospital Boston The Congregational Church of Needham Floor Coverers Local Union 2168 Pilgrim Church Rotary Club of Lexington World Adult Kickball Association $500 - $999 • Individuals Caroline and Robert Abernethy Pamela and Bob Adams Elizabeth and Babak Alizadeh Ralph and Leann Alspaugh Kenneth J. Arruda Brett and Gena Barenholtz Elizabeth Bartle and David Boghossian David Bartos Mr. and Mrs. Michael Berk Deborah Berkman Donna and R. Schorr Berman Elizabeth Best Denise and David Bordonaro Michael Bowling Diane Braff George Braun Darlene Breau Tony and Amy Briney Christine and Timothy Brown Jacqueline and Wayne Budd Maura Callahan and Doug Louison Carol and A. William Caporizzo

Honorable Michael and Barbara Capuano Susan and Michael Caraviello Michaela and John Carlin Amy and Robert Carp Diana Carroll Ryan Carroll Jennifer and John Cassedy Julie Clark Wendy and Aaron Clayton Fred Cohen and Ruth M. Cohen Elizabeth and Scott Cooper Art Creel Lee Crews and Andrew Good-Earl Richard and Ruth Culp Sean Cummings James Curvey Rebecca and Scott Curvey Roslyn Daum George and Missy Davis Scott M. Davis Frances and Hubert de Lacvivier Richard and Wilma Debin Daniel DeMarco Virginia Wheeler Dennett Glen and Donna DeValerio James Dittmar and Deborah Kay Ronald Enemark Darlene Entwisle Betty A. Farbman and Jeffrey M. Nathan Reva and Eric Fischman Gretchen and Edward Fish Patricia Forbes Fred and GraceAnn Foulkes Diana Frazier Joanie and Alan Freidman Mr. and Mrs. Timothy A. French Orla Furey Christopher and Hilary Gabrieli Susan Galvin William J. Geary Anne and David Gergen John Gibbons Daniel Ginsburg and Laura Lechner Amy and Norm Gorin Robin J. Grumman-Vogt and Eric Vogt Sonya and Paul Hackel Tim and Linda HaniÀn

Maria Hanlon Ronnie Harrington Judith and Jeffrey Harris Matthew Hartman Keith F. Hartstein Cathy Hay The Hayden Family Teresa and Eric Hayes Jeanne and Michael Henry Deborah and Nicholas Holland Georgine and Steve Holman Herbert Hunt and Linda Beane Inger Hustrulid Chris and Andi Jenny Stephen Kaneb Ed and Ann Kania Kathryn Karazia Pamela and Steven Katz Christa M. Kaufman Krista Kaufman David Kim Elizabeth and Ben Kincannon John and Polly Knowles Jeffrey and Christine Kristeller Evan Kushner Victoria Labriola John and Randi Lapidus Susan Lawson-Cann and George Cann Susan J. Lazzo David and Suzanne Lissy Lisa and Luis Lobon Gail and Michael Long Linda Lynch and Kevin Johnson Don and Susan MacDougall Josie and Des Maguire Silvia MaxÀeld and Chris Bulger John Maxwell and Kristen Dunlap-Maxwell Sheila and Alexander May Lynne and Bill McCauley George McHugh and Laurie A. Vines Hugh McNally Patricia McNamara and Richard Heller Meredith and Matt McPherron Crislin and Tom Meshberg-Waldman Ann Mikula


Arlene Z. Miller Jeffrey and Karen Miller Deirdre and Barry Nectow Stephen C. Neff Jane and Gordon Nelson Megan and Robert O’Block Kim Ogden and Francis Huntowski Emily Paul Kenneth and Sharon Pearlman Ashley Peterson Michael and Debra Raizman Robert and Wendy Reasenberg Peter and Mary Renner Larry Richardson Elizabeth Rigby and Andrew Meyer Stephanie and Adam Rogers Dana Rosenblatt Lester Jay Rosensaft Eric Rzepka and Teresa Arent Hani Salehi-Had Paul and Risha Samuelson Marilyn Sarles Beth and Eric Schlager Margaret Seif Saleem Shah Wendy Shattuck and Samuel Plimpton Joseph Shaw Peter and Jeddie Shaw The Timothy G. Sheehan Family Kedambady and Kasturi Sheka Sanjay Shetty Ellen and Joel Silberman Molly Silver and John Burstein Jitendra Singh and Andrea J. Curtis Patricia Smith* Kenneth and Marina Sommers Robert and Linda Spear David and Karen Spieler Mary and William Sprong Jeanne Steig Dola Hamilton Stemberg Bob Stringer Erin and Christopher Stulb Regina Sullivan Ruth and Ed Sussi Christopher Tashjian Kimberlee Todd John Tucker Michele G. Scavongelli The Heller/Vaver Family

Cynthia D. Vreeland and David A. Jones Alan and Jackie Weinstein Barry Welch Roy Welker and Teresa Barlozzari Andy and Jeanne Wolf John and Noreen Yarwood Anonymous (7) • Foundations Paul and Phyllis Fireman Charitable Foundation Kenwood Foundation • Corporations Audax Group Axcelis Technologies Bose Corporation Brooke Private Equity Management Chestnut Hill Realty Group Fastech Inc. Fidelity Investments Forever French Salon Gravestar, Inc. Seegel, Lipshutz & Wilchins, P.C. Sports Auctions for Charity ViaMedia • Organizations Boston University MBA Philanthropy Circle Boston University Student Activities OfÀce Harvard University Hopkinton, NH National Honor Society Temple Beth Avodah The United Parish in Brookline Winsor School $100 - $499 • Individuals Luc Aalmans and Abigail Erdmann Hillary Abbey Alison and Neil Abbott Foster L. Aborn and Ginger Holbrook Robert F. Abraham Ramin Abrishamian and Diana Garcia-Martinez

Michael Adams Samantha Adams Cynthia Ade and Jeffrey Perrone Dale and Nancy Adler Maria and Joseph Albanese Lois Albury Peter and Susan Alexopoulos Lindsay J. Allan Jonathan S. Allen Will R. Allen Sharon and John Alphas Carolyn Anderson Coale Anderson John C. S. Anderson Lea and Charles Anderson Joanne Andrews Dante and Linda Angeluca Ted and Alison Arnstein Scott Aronsky Susan M. Ashbrook and Frederick Casselman Jeremy Ashcraft Gregory J. Aslanian Carolyn Atinizian Stephen Austin Noreen and Dalton Avery Jean and William Bachovchin John M. Baglio Chester J. Bagni Gerald Bagni Daniel and Heather Bairos Kathleen Baker Robert and Denise Baker Robert R. Baker, Jr. Kathryn R. Baldor Robert Baldor Hebri and Anita Ballal Hebri and Mallika Ballal Raj S. Ballal Sanjana Ballal Alfred and Carolyn BanÀll Melissa A. BanÀll Anne Marie Barletta Dave Barone Martha J. Barry Christopher and Darcey Bartel Maeve and Norman Bartlett Nancy F. Baskin and Jorge Plutzky, M.D. Michael Bassichis

Steven and Ann Bauer Rachel and Stephen Baumgartner Edward and Maria Beasley David Bechhofer and Kate Neave Meredeth Fuller Wendy Benson Kim A. Bergner, M.D. Mandy and Seth Berman Lucia M. Bernsen Daniel and Marjorie Bernstein Robert Berry and Diane Hovenesian Akshay Bhandary Balnath and Sanchita Bhandary Alan and Debbie Bieri Nancy Bigonette James Binnall Jon Biotti and Leslie Jeng Patrice and Ron Birenberg John and Magdalen Bish Kirsten Blackburn-Johnson Danielle C. Blackley Caitlin Blasco Jessica Block and Bob Jacobson Karin L. Boehlke Yelena Bogdanova and Alexander Sokol Lynne Bohan Andra and Steven Bolotin Cathy and Richard Boskey Rosemarie Bottomley Steffani and Eddie Boudreau Dorothy Bourassa Bari G. Boyce Betsey Brew Boyd Susan Boyle Abby Brack Jeffrey and Kristin Bradach Joanna Bradley Julie and Brian Brady Claudia and Ron Braunstein Samantha Breen Elizabeth C. Brennan Shay Brennan Theresa and Paul Bresten Margaret and Rick Briggs Girard and Lauren Brisbois David J. Brisson John and Theresa Brockelman Julie Brogan and Christopher Uhrich Steven and Carylee Bronstein

Heidi Brooks Amy L. Brosius Jeanne Brown Paul Brown Wilma and Nathaniel Brown Tad Brundage Leslie J. Brunetta and Peter J. Loftus Jen and Al Buatti Laura and Steve Buchbinder Sally Buffum Robin and James Buhrer Joan Buonopane Martin Bur Patricia N. Burdick Sharon Burger and David Bernhard Scott Burke Ronald and Mildred Burkman Emily and Roy Burns Kathy Burns and Michael Greely Maureen Burns-Murtha and John Murtha Danielle Bushley Amy Butterworth John D. Butterworth and Cynthia A. Butterworth Eddie J. Byrne Stuart Cable and Stefanie Cantor Ned and Elizabeth Cabot Sally S. Cabrera Ellen and Richard Calmas Julie Cannie Kevin Carbeau Cristin Carley David and Meg Carlson Jennifer Carpenter Shannon B. Carroll Paul and Roberta Carson Scott Carson Katharine J. Carter, M.D. Timothy and Kathy Carty Catherine Casemyr Barbara E. Casey Fiona and Eamon Casey Suzanne Cashman Valerie Cass James F. Chace Marie E. Chalmers 13


Sarah Champlin-Scharff Lois Champy Claire Chazen Ed and Barbara Chazen Paula Chnowski Lynne Chuang Suzanne Church Patty and Patrick Clendenen Brian and Christina Clifford Paul and Maylee Clifford Erin Clifton and Pedro Borja Lynda and Christian Cloud Catherine Coburn Annie and Eric Cohen Gary and Carolyn Cohen Jon Cohen Juin Cohen Seth Cohen Ann B. Cohn Lori Coletti Jess and Jane Collen Ann Mari Collins Nancy Collins Anna-Maria and Peter Colton Denise Comeau Patricia W. Conboy Rikki and Kevin Conley Bob Connelly Amy Conwell Joanna Cook Sherrill and Robert Cook Rebecca Cooke Gavin and Tara Corcoran John Corcoran Sara and Leo Corcoran Ann Marie Costello Michael and Julie Costello Karen and Louis Cotton Carl D. Cottrell Richard and Marilyn Cowles Patricia A. Crane Julie Crockford Lisa Cronin Kevin Crosby Anne W. Crowley Mary Crown and William Ellis Sarah Cruz 14

Patrick Culleton Robert J. Cummings Kay and Harold Cunningham

We are honored to help you in your worthy endeavors, and appreciate your commitment to the community. Joy Errico, Community Relations Manager, Staples Joan and Ronald Curhan Sally Currier and Saul Pannell Janina and Jon Curtis Michael and Kelly Curtis Kristin and Matthew Cutler Myriam Cyr and Gifford West Claus Dalsgaard Colleen Daly Laura D’Amato Patricia D’Amore John J. Daniliuk, Jr. Alexander and Brit d’Arbeloff Olive M. Darragh Obadiah R. Dart Heather Dauphinee Susan Davies and Richard Talkov Willma Davis Elizabeth De Lima and Bobby Alter Nicole de Lisle David Dean and Deborah Portyrata Robert Dean and Heather StifÁemire Debra DeAngelo Susan Debin Patricia and Mark Deck Frederick E. Dehmer Michael DeKoster M. J. DeLeon Nancy DelÀno Paul and Nancy Dembling Stephen and Jane Deutsch Paul Devine Mr. and Mrs. S. Dhaliwal Elizabeth and Chris Dick Beth Dickerson and David Drubner Molly Diggins and Mark Duggan

Carolyn Digiammo Jill and Mark DiOrio Deborah J. Doherty Mary Doherty Perry Donahue Tye N. Donahue Eileen Donohue Stephen and Kathleen Dowd Paul Doyle Tom and Ellen Draper Michael C. Drescher William Dron James Drury Renee Duchainey-Farkes Frances and Thomas DufÁy Elizabeth Duggan Siobhan and John Dullea Maria Durante Jennessa Durrani Cynthia M. Dymek Jessica and David Eber Karen Edlund Amy Edmondson April Edrington and Rodrigo Martinez Donna Richman and Mike Ehrenberg Julie Eiermann Kelly and Najib El Khoury Jenice A. Ely and Barry I. Ginsberg Maureen O. Emo Jennifer Engle John F. Erhard Richard Eurich Timothy Evans Charmaine Everett John Ewing Assia and Vedat Eyuboglu Diala Ezzeddine and Hashim Sarkis Talitha Fabricius David and Cynthia Fahey Christine Fairchild Ryan M. Fallon Martin and Susana Fantozzi Kelly and David Farmer Patricia Fay and M. Douglas Fay Mitchell J. Feldman and Andrea J. Fribush Cynthia Feldmann and Thomas Demello Deborah and Ronald Fellman

Stephen Fernandes Lorraine and Michael Field Barbara L. Fierman Richard Filosa Hugh P. Finnegan Catherine L. Fiore and Reich L. Watterson Debbie First Corinne Fisher Cynthia Fisher and Charles Koch Laurie Fisher Catherine Fiske and Dennis Saylor Markus and Celine Fitzek Holly and Jason Fitzgerald Colleen Fitzpatrick Kelly Fitzsimmons Maura and Mark Flaherty Janice M. Flammia Martin Flaxman and Mary Fales Christine and Lawrence Fleming Walter E. Flister Richard and Elizabeth Floor Donna and Edward Foley Lee Ann and Ronnie Forbus Toril M. Forland and David Lampert Bruce and Jane Forsyth The Foster-Nolan Family Gretchen and Barry Fougere George J. Foulsham Myra D. Fox Robert C. Fox and Andrea Mintz Mary Ann and Mark Freeman Marjorie and Len Freiman Mary and Padhraic Friel Sarah Fritz Vasant and Inderjit Gadkar Jamie and Karen Gagnon John and Cindi Galiher Scott and Jodi Galin James Gallagher David Gallegos Susan Galli and Mark Thurber Elkan and Zelda Gamzu Martha and Michael Gangemi William and Carole Gartley Mildred and Cornelius Gaskin Kelly A. Gately Robert and Rosemary Gatti Matt Gattuso EfÀe Georgountzos

Kelly C. Geragotelis Laurie and Paul Gershkowitz Elizabeth R. Gibson Patricia K. Gilbert Ph.D Patrick J. Gill Marylou Gill Fierro Susan Gilmore John and Patricia Glass Mitchell and Barbara Glazier Gary Glennon Susan Glover Pamela Goldberg Don and Joan Goldmann Adelisa Gonzalez Mary E. Gooding Raymond and Kathleen Goozey Erin M. Gorman Jennifer Gorman Scott and Ellen Granter Jennifer Grasso Angela Gray Deborah Gray Janit S. Greenwood Jeanie Griggs John E. Griggs Elizabeth S. Gulla Niall F. Gunne Nupur and Gopal Gupta Brian C. Guscott Ricardo Gutierrez, M.D. Rita Gylys and Carmine Iannace Rebecca Haag Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hadzima Sheridan Haines Anne and Charles Hajjar David and Martine Hale Joanna Hallac David Hampson Susan Hand Margaret Hannemann Emily E. Hardy Elizabeth Harper and David Persampieri Rich Harris Joy and Stephen Hartwell Lois Anderson Harvey Brenda M. Haslett and John Podgurski


Caitlin Haughey Joseph and Margaret Hayes Meghan Hayes Susan and C. Michael Hazard B. and Tara Hegde B. V. Hegde Dayanand and Surekha Hegde Latha and Shubhakar Hegde Ravindra and Sujata Hegde Erika Heilman, Alexi Cohen and Naomi Rosenhaus Christopher Hemstead Janice N. Henry William S. Herrick Dianne and Andy Hertneky Bill Hertz Stephanie Hessler Philip and Ann Heymann Jonathan Hiatt and Barbara Shepp Lori Hishon Adam Hocherman Ronni Hochman Barbara and William Holgerson Eileen F. Holzman James Hoodlet Christine Horigan and Jonathan Kaledin Barbara and John Houlihan Robert Howard Mary Howie and Arthur Coury Joan G. Howland and William J. Webber Jim and Brenda Hsu Faye Huang Kelly M. Hubbard Clare and Lawrence Hudon Martha Hughes Ximalee Hulings Marilee and Carlton Hunt Susan and Greg Hunt and Family Shirley and Chuck Hurwitz William and Lauren Huyett Hayek Inguilizian Taline Inguilizian Karen Iolli William G. Jackson Gloria S. Jacobs Joanne and Jim Jadul Jill Janows and Joshua Rubenstein Beverly J. Jacques

Patricia D. Jaworski Mary and David Johanson Mr. and Mrs. Erik Johnsen Georgia and Bruce Johnson Louise Johnson Mary Jo Johnson Bruce and Helen Johnstone Donna and Bernard Joly David Jones Sharon Simpson Jones and Marc Jones Mary J. Kakas Anand Kanjolia Sue Kantrowitz Jen Kanyugi Virginia and Chris Kanyugi Karen Kaplan Andrew Kapp Joseph Karbowski and Margret Duggan Mitchell Karman Karin and Robert Karol Georgia Katsoulomitis Chandra and Vinod Kaup Thomas Kazmierczak Pamela J. Keddy Robert and Cynthia Keefe Tracy and Kevin Keegan Kathy Keeler and Harry Parker Nartarsha Keene Kevin D. Kelley Lisa and Christopher Kelley Jennifer and Tyler Kelly Kevin Kelly Lois Kelly Jamie and Polly Jo Kemler Michael and Alida Kendall Michael and Phyllis Kennedy Susannah and Kolo Kerest Amy Kertesz Frederick Keuthen Donna Keyes Kay Khan Eileen M. Kiley Freda King Earl and Vickye Kivett Linda Kline and Kenneth M. Settel Jeff and Katherine Klinger Kevin Kobus Joshua Koenig

Barbara and Larry Koff Christine Koh and Jonathan Baxter Hillary and David Kohler Shannon Kole Ellen Korpi Karen and Peter Kozlowski Lisa and Doug Kra Janny and Jonathan Kravetz Nadine Krikorian Cindy and Joseph Kropp Lydia and Paul Krueger Michelle and Jason Kudron Deborah and Paul Kuenstner Muthu Kumar Jonathan Kutrubes and Lynne Martel Emily and Jeffrey Kuvin Cynthia D. Lacasse and Samuel N. Ogden Siana LaForest and David Nagle Bill Lambert Peter Lamir Eric Lammers Edwin Landers, Jr. Raymond Lane Dan and Sharry Langdale Karen and Matt Langweber Amy K. Larson Brooke and Conan Laughlin Alice LaVigne Matthew LeBlanc Lily Lee and Felix Ngan Caren Leedom Ira and Michelle Lefkowitz Patsy and Dick Leggat Nancy Lehrer Margaret Leipsitz and Matthew Yarmolinsky Phyllis Lengle John and Marion Leonard Jenn LeRay Anne Levine Susan Levine Shari and Robert Levitan Maryliz Levy Eric S. Lewis Vivien Li Joanne Lima Lenore and Elliott Lobel Virginia Loeb and James Sperling Katie Long

Antoinetta Lopolito Robin and Vincent Loporchio Bethany L. Lorello Anthony and Kathleen Lovell Chris and Julie Lovell John Lovett Janice M. Lowenstein Ellen Lubell and David Nathan Alan D. Lucas Karen Lucey Elizabeth and Joel Ludington Betsy and Larry Lundy Mark and Mary Lunsford Christine Lynch and David Singer Carla E. Lynton William and Cynthia Lyons Barbara and Stephen Mac Lellan Barbara E. Macafee Dawn A. MacGregor Bridget Mackey John and Kristin Macomber Tina MacPhearson Rangil and Shannon Mada Ann Marie Madigan, M.D. James and Barbara Magill Barbara Magito Avery Maher Mary Beth and Andrew Mahoney William and Joanne Mahoney William and Mary Mahoney Gail and Stephen Mann Norma and Milton Mann Deane Marchbein and Stuart Cohen Carol A. Marine Jay and Shirley Markham Elaine and Philip Marks Pedro and Ricardo Martello Christopher and Lea May John Joseph McArdle William McArdle Jeanne and Brian McCabe Karen McCaffrey Feinberg and Stuart R. Feinberg Elizabeth McCarron Nicole McConaghy James F. McCoy John McCurdy James E. McDermott and Sharon A. Bazarian Staci and Daniel McDonnell

Kevin McDonough Susan and Phil McElroy Ellen M. McGarty Dawn McGovern Patricia McGovern Nora and Leo McGowan Colleen McGrath Lindsay McGuinness William McGuinness Kevin and Maureen McHugh Lorraine McKay Gwen McKee Patrick McLean Frank McNally Kevin McNally Kim and Sean McNally Monica McNally Tina McPherson Mira Mednik Joanne S. Melanson The Honorable Thomas M. Menino and Mrs. Angela Menino Joseph and Roberta Menzin Andrea and James Merrill Edward Messina Andrea and David Meyers Matthew Meyersohn Philip Michael and Sue Lee Peter M. Michelson and Lisa C. Wood Deborah Miller Gary and Bonnie Miller Debora L. Mills Heidi Milne Kevin Mitchell Mary Ann Mitchell Susan and Raymond Mitrano Diana and Walid Mobarak Anita Moeller Laurence and Sarah Molke David A. Mollo Denise and James Molloy Virginia Molloy Jane Moncreiff and Joshua Passell Wendy Monroe Emilio Monterastelli Susan W. Moon 15


Joel and Jeanne Mooney Elizabeth and Stuart Moore John and Carmela Moore Kerry Moore Shane J. Moore Susan Moore Amy and Charles Moran John and Kelley Moran Shirley J. Moretti Frank E. Morris Lisa A. Morris Daniel and Michelle Morrison Alex and Mary Morrow Maryanne Morrow Laura and Kenneth Morse Marianne and Ronald Mortara Valerie Mosley Wes Mozley Jing Mu Margaret Mulkerin Susan and Kevin Mullaney Christine Multari Bob Murchison Jeanine and Douglas Murphy Edward W. Murray Patricia Ann Muschett Kenneth and Janice Musen Idah Mutiso Mary and Sherif Nada Barbara Nardella Nancy Nardella Shirin and Gerald Nash Richard C. Nazzaro James and Marsha Newhouse Curtis Newton Susan and Francis Newton Steve Ng Kristi and John Noone Rebecca Nordhaus and William Curry Kris and Frank Normandin Risa Nyman Gayle Nyre Tristram Oakley Nate Oaks-Lee Stephen O’Brien and Jonette Nagai Theresa M. O’Brien and Jeffrey B. Grainger 16

Tom and Patricia O’Brien Dianne O’Connell John O’Connor Karyn A. O’Connor Patricia and James O’Conor Ronan and Amie O’Dowd Geraldine O’Hagan Makoto and Heidi Ohira Matt O’Keefe Faith Oliver Kudivalli and Sudha Omprakash Jean W. O’Neil Daniel S. and Carina Joy O’Neill JoAnn O’Neill Maureen F. O’Neill Stephen and Denise O’Neill Bethany Opishinski Elaine O’Reilly and Ron Benham Roslyn and Stuart Orkin Jill T. Ostrokolowicz Sandra Otto Maureen and Thaddeus Palmer Lindsey and F. Robert Parker Linda Paroonagian Catherine Parrinello Francelina Partridge Sharon Partridge Matthew Patterson Susan Peabody Carol Peacock Dan and Laurie Penney Carmen Pepicelli Phil and Carolyn Perelmuter Sondra Peskoe Carol A. Pettine Otto J. Petty Dick and Sue Pew Eric Phaneuf Laurie Picardi Deborah Piccinin Christopher J. Picotte Jennifer and Andrew Piper David and Susanna Place Karen Plessinger Coco and Matt Plum Ellen and Leonard Polaner Lynne and Gerald Polcari Richard and Anita Pollak Kimberly N. Poole Joy Poppers

Barbara R. Posnick and Carl M. Mikkelsen Lee and Harry Potter Debra and Bill Poutsiaka Mary Powers Roslyn and Jim Poznansky Arlene and Kurt Pressman Lisa Puffer Paul Pusatere Irving W. Rabb Julia M. Rabkin Dinker B. Rai Seema D. Rai Snadya Rai Swaroop and Surekha Rai Estelle and Howard Raiffa Lisa Rametta Suzanne H. Rapp Estie Rappaport John and Sara Raveret Almisha L. Readdy Staff of the Children’s Section at the Reading Public Library The Reale Family Laura and Gary Reardon Matthew and Barbra Reddish Linda and Bernard Reddy Kelley Reilly-Kelly and Christopher Kelly Pamela and Richard Remis Julie Remondini Brenda Gray Reny Susan and James Repetti Catherine E. Reuben John and Elizabeth Reynolds Virginia and Christopher Rich Joan T. Rising Brigitte Ritchie Dan Ritchie Mary Rivet Andrea Roberto Clare and Mark Robinson Michele M. Robinson Andrew Rogal Edward and Susan Rogalski Elisa Romano and Ralph Blair Daniel Romanow and B. Andrew Zelermyer Douglas A. Romich and Patricia A. Tietbohl

Ann Roselle Michael and Rona Rosen Margo Rosenbach and Robert M. Gottlieb Lidia and Jerry Rosenbaum Miriam Rosenblatt Maxine and Stuart Rosenthal Pamela Rosenthal Atholie K. Rosett Douglas Rosner and Erin Higgins C.A. Ross Nina L. Ross Deborah and Allan Roth Elisabeth Rouleau Julie Rowe-Collins Daryle Ruark Howard and Janet Rubel Matthew Runkle Mary K. Ryan Paul V. Ryan, Jr. Peter and Colleen Ryan Jane Sadler Kitty and Mustafa Sahin Margaret Sand Lucia Santini Stephen Saudek and Janice Durham Daniel M. Savada Deirdre and Steven Savarese M. and Dana Sbano Carole and Steve Schneider Colleen Schad Denean Schenck Mary Ann Scherrey The Schiller Family Julie and Mark Schlack Jennifer Schmelter and Juan Rivera Roberta and William Schnoor Andrew Schulman and Wendy Wolf Eric J. Schultz and Julie Ann Guscott-Schultz Stephen Schuster Marie and Mark Schwartz Karen Schwartzman Diana and Ronald Scott Heather Sears and Michael Jobin Carole Seigel Chris Serino Kamran and Firouzeh Shahbazi Sharon Shane Pat Shannon

Abby Shapiro Annie Shapiro and John Hadley Ethan and Carrie Shapiro Robert N. Shapiro, Esq. Steven and Mary Shapiro Caryl and Gary Shaw Catharine Sheehan Lisa Sheeler Eric and Barbara Sheffels Karthik Sheka Stanley and Dotty Shelton Rachel and Matthew Sherman Robin Sherman and Edward Block Ashwin K. Shetty Athmaram and Mamatha Shetty Atul Shetty B. and Sarah Shetty Heera Shetty Indira M. Shetty Karunakar and Usha Shetty Kirti Shetty and Ajit Hedge Manoj and Vidya Shetty Navin and Praveena Shetty P. and Ashalatha Shetty Rama and Neena Shetty Ravi and Maina Shetty S. and Su Shetty Sakaram and Gayathri Shetty Sandhya S. Shetty Sanjay K. Shetty Satish K. Shetty Shanker and Suvasini Shetty Shravan K. Shetty Zoya Shetty David Shilpa Lisa and Robert Shmerling Bob and Sherry Shulman Donald and Jill Shulman Peter and Norine Shults Susan Silberberg and Thomas Robinson Allison M. Silver Kathleen O. Sims Katherine Sipolt Rosenthal Kim and Jonathan Slater Jim and Miriam Smalanskas Carla Small and Robert Cronin


Beatriz P. Smith Fred and Martha Smith Kathryn Smith Michael and Rosemary Smith Sheila and Bruce Smith Ruth R. Smolash and Ryan E Katofsky Angela Snyder Tara L. Sojda Diane L. Sokal and D. Randolph Meiklejohn Iris Sonnenschein Linda M. Soucy Jason Soukup William and Martha Southard Debora Spar Marvin Sparrow Carolyn Spaulding Gail and Bruce Speca Elissa Spelman Katherine T. Spinella Carole Springhetti Dawn S. Stalenhoef Marjorie and Paul Stanzler Donna Star Julie Starr-Duker and Jay Duker Mary and Jim Steggall Victoria E. Stein and John M. Balder Ronald and Phyllis Steinhart Donald Stern Randi M. Sterrn Michael Stevens Jane Stiles and Mitchell Shames Carole Stockmon and Karl E. Blumenberg Sara Stocks Maria Stotz Rick Strode Nancy and Keith Stuart Michael and Diane Sullivan Patricia Sullivan Marie and Neelakantan Sunder Colleen Superko Peter and Deborah Surette Rick Sutphin Hope and Adam Suttin Patricia Swanson Carol L. Sweeney and Edward R. Chalke Patricia Sweet

Jessica Swift Kimberly Syman and J. B. Lyon Richard Synder and Aris Milan-Lachopelle Steven and Patti Taibl David Talbot Mario Tamayo Karen Tammaro Karen Tardif Mark A. Tarini Sonia A. Tashjian Robert and Sandra Taylor Sara Dickison Taylor Eliza Tebo Anita and Karl Teeter Joan and Irwin Tepper Ellen and Michael Terry Nancy and Jeff Teumer Shay Thomas Jill Thompson Kate Thompson and Dan Calano Trudy L. Thompson Debbie Thornton Michael J. Torocsik Donna and William Townsend Timothy A. Tracy Lesley Trujillo Vanessa Tu Lisa and Dick Tucker Karin Turer and Nick Pavey Christian F. Uehlein Phil and Carol Vachon Doyle and Patricia Valley Martina and Michael Vasconcelles Claire and George Vasios Alwyn R. Velasquez Andres Vilms Cai and Sally Von Rumohr Jeptha and Paddy Wade Dr. and Mrs. Howard Wagenberg Christopher M. Walker Cynthia Walker Judy Walklet Elisabeth A. Wallace Karen F. Walsh Marcia Walsh Carter Ward J. Curtis Warner, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Stephen L. Washburn Valora Washington

Eugenia B. Waters Penny Weeks David Weening and Lynette Robinson-Weening Edward and Betty Weisberger Lynn G. Weissberg Christine and Richard Weitzel Kathleen Welcome Nancy M. Welsh Ernest and Cynthia Wessell Marie T. Wessell and Carolyn J. BanÀll Jeffrey E. West Enid and Steve Wetzner Barbara and Kenneth Wexler Kathleen and Robert Whelan Linda M. Whitcomb Winthrop Whitcomb and Heather Wark Judith and Andrew White Meghan White Gloria White Hammond Janet V. Whitehouse Katherine Williams Susan and Russ Williams Gretchen Wilson Jennifer and John Wilson Maria Wilson Fred Winston Simone and Theodore Winston Susan L. Woll The Wolowacki Family Henry Wong Michael and Julie Woodall Laura M. Woodward Laura and Jim Wooster Jehan Wren Natalie and Rod Wright Tim Wright Marguerite Yardley and Pamela Macarthur John O. Yarwood Robert and Judith Yarwood Jay and Dee Yost Anne and Kimon Zachos Elizabeth Zachos & Alex Anmahian Daniel Zedek and Lynn Johnson Maryfrances Zeh Linda and Jerry Zukowski Karen Zurita Anonymous (58)

• Foundations Sam’s Club Foundation T. Rowe Price Associates Foundation Wellpoint Foundation • Corporations 3D Additions and Frames, LLC Applebee’s Broadview Networks Cambridge Trust Company Commodore Builders Dean Bank E.T.E. Executive Park Suites, Inc. Forest City Science & Technology Group Gartley Management Services Gatti & Associates, Inc. GstarÀt/S.F.B. Holdings Inc. Hampden County Physician Associates, LLC KeyCorp Lexington Motors, Inc. Medical Specialists Clinic, P.A. The Milford National and Trust Company Morrison Mahoney, LLP Murray & Glynn P.C. New England Country Club New England Neurosurgical Associates, LLC New England Pathology Associates Newport Hotel Group Partridge Snow and Hahn LLP Pioneer Valley Nephrology Policeman’s Benevolent Association Rodman Ford Route Brokers, Inc. Smith & Brink, P.C. Ten Thousand Villages Total Women’s Health Care, INC Triton Construction Management, Inc. Waters Sudbury Realty Trust Waters Wayland Realty Trust Western Mass Critical Care PC Wilmington Builders Supply Company Women’s Health Associates of Western Massachusetts, Inc. Anonymous (1)

• Organizations Boston College Campus School Cambridge Health Alliance Hasting Middle School Massachusetts Institute of Technology MIT McCormick Residence Hall Needham High School Save the World Club Remington Middle School TERC Upton Woman’s Club Weston Community Children’s Association Wishing Well Community Contributions Horizons for Homeless Children values the relationships we have with foundations, corporations and organizations and would like to recognize the many partnerships we have enjoyed in FY2007. • Foundations John W. Alden Trust Charles F. Bacon Trust Bain Capital Children’s Charity Baker Root Family Foundation Bank of America Foundation J.M.R. Barker Foundation BBF Foundation Beechwood Trust The Boston Celtics Shamrock Foundation The Clements Foundation Clipper Ship Foundation Inc. Cooper Leeser Family Fund Dennis Family Foundation The William H. Donner Foundation, Inc. Paul and Phyllis Fireman Charitable Foundation The Foundation to be Named Later Elsie Lee Garthwaite Foundation Grand Circle Foundation

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Greater Worcester Community Foundation Roy A. Hunt Foundation I Do Foundation Kenwood Foundation Linde Family Foundation The Agnes M. Lindsay Trust Moran Family Charitable Foundation The OutReach Foundation OXL Foundation Palmer Walker Foundation Parthenon Capital Foundation Poduska Family Foundation RBS Greenwich Capital Foundation The Reebok Human Rights Foundation David E. Retik and Christopher D. Mello Foundation Rowland Foundation, Inc. Sam’s Club Foundation Philip Schultz Memorial Fund The Clinton H. and Wilma T. Shattuck Charitable Trust Smiling Kids, Inc. Staples Foundation for Learning The Stride Rite Charitable Foundation Svrluga Foundation T. Rowe Price Associates Foundation Talbots Charitable Foundation The TJX Foundation Inc. The Trust Family Foundation Verizon Foundation Robert D. Walter Family Foundation Wellington Management Charitable Fund Wellpoint Foundation Anonymous (1) • Corporations 3D Additions and Frames, LLC 48hourprint.com The Abbey Group Acadian Asset Management Adage Capital Management, L.P. Anglo Irish Boston Corporation-PLC Applebee’s Applera Corporation 18

ArcLight Capital Partners, LLC Ashkenazy and Agus Audax Group Axcelis Technologies Bain Capital, Inc. Bank of America Baring Asset Management The Baupost Group Beacon Capital Partners Bear Stearns and Company Bertice Berry Productions Bingham McCutchen LLP Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts BNY Mellon Wealth Management Bose Corporation Boston Private Bank & Trust Company Bright Horizons Family Solutions Broadview Networks Bromberg & Sunstein LLP Brooke Private Equity Management Cambridge Trust Company Capital One Community Corps Board Charles River Laboratories Charlesbank Capital Partners Chestnut Hill Realty Group The Children’s Chef CIBC World Markets Cigna Health Care Citizens Bank Commodore Builders Convexity Capital Management Dana-Farber Cancer Institute Dean Bank Derby & Company Digitas Duff & Phelps, LLC E.T.E. Eco Logic Ltd. Edwards Angell Palmer & Dodge LLP Elaine Construction Company EMC Corporation Executive Park Suites, Inc. F.C. Associates, LLC Fastech Inc. Fidelity Investments Fish & Richardson, P.C. FLAG Capital Management, LLC

Forest City Science & Technology Group Forever French Salon FreeLife International, Inc. Garnet Group, LLC Gartley Management Services Gatti & Associates, Inc. The Gillette Company Goldman Sachs & Company Goodwin Procter LLP Goulston and Storrs Gravestar, Inc. GstarÀt/S.F.B. Holdings Inc. Hampden County Physician Associates, LLC Handlin, Garrahan, Zachos & Associates Architects HarbourVest Partners Hill, Holliday Inc. Houghton MifÁin Company HP Hood, Inc. Insight Performance Improvement, Inc. IXIS Asset Management US Group, L.P. J. Jill Group Jefferies & Company, Inc. John Hancock Financial Services KeyCorp The Kraft Group Lehman Brothers Lexington Motors, Inc. Little Miss Pink M.S. Walker, Inc. Medical Specialists Clinic, P.A. Merrill Lynch & Company, Inc. MFS Investment Management The Milford National and Trust Company Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo, PC Moody, Famiglietti & Andronico, LLP Morrison Mahoney, LLP Murray & Glynn P.C. National Grid New England Country Club New England Legal Search New England Neurosurgical Associates, LLC New England Pathology Associates

We are pleased to support Horizons for Homeless Children and those you serve in the community. Kim M. Birong, Communications Manager, Sun Life Financial Newport Hotel Group Northern Trust NSTAR Nutter, McClennen and Fish LLP Parametric Technology Corporation Partners HealthCare Partridge Snow and Hahn LLP Peterson Brothers, Inc. Pioneer Investments Pioneer Valley Nephrology Playtex Products, Inc. Plymouth Rock Assurance Company Policeman’s Benevolent Association Progress Software Psyche Systems Corporation Putnam Investments RBC Capital Markets Realty Financial Partners/ David S. Allen Riemer & Braunstein LLP Rodman Ford Ropes & Gray Route Brokers, Inc. Ruberto, Israel & Weiner, P.C. Ryan Construction, Inc. Seegel, Lipshutz & Wilchins, P.C. Seyfarth Shaw, LLC Smith & Brink, P.C. Sports Auctions for Charity Staples, Inc. State Street Corporation Sun Life Financial Ten Thousand Villages Total Women’s Health Care, INC Trillium Asset Management Corporation Triton Construction Management, Inc. Tudor Investment Corporation

Tufts Health Plan ViaMedia The Washington Post Waters Sudbury Realty Trust Waters Wayland Realty Trust Western Mass Critical Care PC Whole Foods Hingham Whole Foods Woburn Williams-Sonoma/Pottery Barn /Pottery Barn Kids WilmerHale Wilmington Builders Supply Company Women’s Health Associates of Western Massachusetts, Inc. Anonymous (1) • Organizations Bellingham Elder Service Group Boston College Campus School Boston Guild of Oenophilists, Inc. Boston University MBA Philanthropy Circle Boston University Student Activities OfÀce Cambridge Health Alliance Children’s Hospital Boston The Congregational Church of Needham Floor Coverers Local Union 2168 Harvard University Hasting Middle School Hopkinton, NH National Honor Society Massachusetts Institute of Technology MIT McCormick Residence Hall Needham High School Save the World Club Old South Church in Boston Pilgrim Church Remington Middle School Rotary Club of Lexington Temple Beth Avodah TERC The United Parish in Brookline Upton Woman’s Club Weston Community Children’s Association


Winsor School Wishing Well World Adult Kickball Association Anonymous (1) Playspace Programs Sponsors The following list of donors represents those special individuals who have demonstrated a commitment to our Playspace Programs by sponsoring the installation or refurbishment of a Playspace in family shelters across Massachusetts in FY2007. Bob* and Michelle Atchinson Steven and Deborah Barnes Samuel and Annie Bartlett Josh* and Anita Bekenstein Charitable Fund Brett* and Jacquie Browchuk Tim Brown Steve and Susan Burbage Capital One Community Corps Board Ronnie and Reed Chisholm Michael and Germaine Choe Stephanie and John Connaughton Susan Corcoran Stephanie and Jerry Coughlan Karen and Vic DiGravio Sandy* and Paul Edgerley Mark* and Janet Rich Edwards Michael* and Barbara Eisenson Corinne* and Tim Ferguson Allen and Laryn Gardner Leslie and Hunt Henrie Dan and Jennifer Hertzel Jordan and Julie Hitch Beth and Michael Jones Anne C. Kubik and Michael A. Krupka Allie Lavine Jonathan* and Jeannie Lavine and Family Pam and Steve Lesser Lynda and Kevin Macdonald Stephanie and Matthew Magee Demond and Kia Martin Bill and Susan McClements Mike and Karen Miles Greg and Tracey Morzano

Sarah and Dana Nielsen Allen* and Kathleen Peckham Laura and Geoffrey Rehnert Natalie and Michael Sanders Robert and Julie Schlacter Laurie* and Scott Schoen Jack Sebastian Brian and Maria Steck Eric and Sarah Svenson Martha and Tony Vorlicek Mary Ellen and James Wessell Victoria and Robert Whalen Susan Whitehead* Anonymous (1) Matching Gift and/or Employee Deduction Programs We are grateful to the following corporations and their employees for their dedication to Horizons for Homeless Children through their participation in Matching Gift or Employee Deduction programs. Action for Boston Community Development, Inc. Adage Capital Management, L.P. Applera Corporation Audax Group Bank of America Bingham McCutchen LLP Bright Horizons Family Solutions Chestnut Hill Realty Group Citigroup Combined Federal Campaign Eaton Vance Management Eli Lilly and Company Federated Department Stores Fidelity Investments First Interstate BancSystem The Gillette Company GlaxoSmithKline Harvard University IBM IXIS Asset Management US Group, L.P. Jefferies & Company, Inc. John Hancock Financial Services KPMG Massachusetts Insitute of Technology

MFS Investment Management Microsoft Pioneer Investments The Plymouth Rock Foundation Putnam Investments The Reebok Human Rights Foundation State Street Corporation Sun Life Financial T. Rowe Price TERC Trillium Asset Management Corporation Tudor Investment Corporation United Way UnitedHealth Group Verizon The Washington Post Wellpoint 2007 Run for Homeless Children Boston Marathon Team Thank you to the following individuals who participated in the 111th BAA Boston Marathon on behalf of Horizons for Homeless Children. Jennifer Bagni Anthony Baldor Sangeeta Ballal George Braun Thomas Bruns Julie Clark Emily Cohen Arthur Creel Yasmin Cruz Sean M. Cummings Ryan T. Debin Jennifer A. Engle Eileen Garvey John D. Grady Teresa Hayes Cara M. Hubbard Jen Kanyugi Darlene Lecour Sean Lopolito Con R. McKay Meaghan McNally Lisa Nardella

Geoffrey Norris Daniel S. O’Neill Ashley R. Peterson Julie Remondini Elisabeth Rouleau Joseph Shaw Joy E. Tashjian Patricia Valley John M. Yarwood Leadership InKind Donors Horizons for Homeless Children is thankful for the extraordinary support of the following donors of goods and services in FY2007. AIRAD Arrow Direct James Arzente Barnes & Noble Bellingham Boston Ballet Boston Celtics Boston Red Sox Kim Boucher Sean R.H. Bratches Brookline Music School Champion Nationwide Contractor Cirque du Soleil ClearChannel Outdoor Convexity Capital Management Crabtree & Evelyn David Elkind Theo Epstein and Marie Whitney Fairmont Copley Plaza Brad Faxon First Night Boston Doug Flutie Fun 107 FM WFHN Stephen H. Gans Gentle Giant Goulston and Storrs Hill and Partners, Inc. Jordan and Julie Hitch Jack Morton Worldwide Jimmy Kimmel Live John Hancock Chris Kefallinos and Lisa LePori Senator Edward M. Kennedy Nancy Kerrigan The Kraft Group

James McGrail Shawne Merriman Thomas and Elisabeth Niedermeyer Iliana Rabago Peter Reynolds Chris Schlesinger Temple Beth Avodah Ming Tsai Unisource Paper Company Universal Millennium, Inc. Brendan Walsh Walter Silver Photography Harrison Wilcox Anonymous (1) InKind Donors The following individuals, corporations, foundations and organizations have supported Horizons for Homeless Children through donations of goods and/or services that make signiÀcant contributions to the strength of our programs. 1510 The Zone 28 Degrees 99 Restaurant, Billerica A.M. DePrisco Wellesley A.T. Cross Company Michael Ablondi Accent Limousine Service, Inc. Todd and Nichole Ackerman Acote Adamas Fine Jewelry The Alperin Family Beth Alpert American Dental Partners Nicole Andrade Annie’s Book Swap Anthony Spinazzola Foundation Apple Orchard School Lucy Aptekar Ardan Salon and Day Spa Bob* and Michelle Atchinson Axcelis Technologies Ellen Babcock 19


Beaver Country Day School Heather Berke Bingham McCutchen LLP Biogen Idec Boston College Boston Duck Tours Boston Park Plaza Hotel & Towers Boston University Claudia and Ron Braunstein Bright Horizons Family Solutions Brimmer and May School Broadview Networks Jane Brock-Wilson Julie Brogan and Christopher Uhrich Brett* and Jacquie Browchuk Roma Browne Buckingham Browne & Nichols Robin and James Buhrer Cambridge Health Alliance Susan Cantin Lina Carpino Scott Carson Michael and Mary Cerone Michelle Chan and John Ballas Chapman Construction - Design The Charles Hotel The Charlesmark Hotel Pikai Chiang The Children’s Chef Mary Kaye Chryssicas Cingular Wireless Citizens Bank City Feed and Supply, Inc. College Coach Nancy Collins Commodore Builders Elaine Costales Cotting School Cradles to Crayons Create a Cook CRT Recycling, INC. Cubist Pharmaceuticals Michael and Kelly Curtis Daisy Troop #1762 Wendy Damsky Donna Davis Scott Davis 20

Deb Homsi Design Bobbie Demers Edward and Allyson DeNoble Department of Public Health Dermatology Partners, Inc. Manuel DeSantaren Aimee and Jeremy Desrosiers Deborah and Timothy Diggins Paula Disano Mary Dougherty Caryn Douma Mary and Denis Dowdle Doyle’s Cafe Gina and Peter Drakos Tri Du Dudley Hill Golf Club Jane Dyer Matt and Liz Earley Sandy* and Paul Edgerley The Eliot Hotel Elizabeth Lee Boutique Environmental Sampling Technology, Inc. Errol School Joyce and Ray Evans Excelsior Exclusive Valet Fairmont Hamilton Princess Michelle Feller Fidelity Residential Solutions Kimberley and Matthew Fink Fish Window Cleaning Phyllis Forbes Kerr Megan Ford Forever French Salon Four Seasons Hotel Foxborough Regional Charter School Franciscan’s Family Child Care Center G Spa G. Green Construction Christine Gaspar The Gillette Company Girl Scout Troop 2302 - Dover Global Wear Solutions Lynn Goldberg Dara Goldman Gooddeeds LLC Greater Media Jennifer Green Mary-Anne Greene

GstarÀt/S.F.B. Holdings Inc. Gym Source H and H Builders Rob Hardy Harvard 4-H Club Hasting Middle School Cathy Hay HD Interiors Henry Bear’s Park Hill, Holliday Inc. Josh Hiller Homsy Jewelers Eve Horowitz Stephen Huneck The Ink Spot Inside and Out Face and Body Spa The Institute of Contemporary Art The Insurance Store International Bicycle Center iParty Brian and Dawn Jadul Luke Jarret Jules Place Ramin Khorasani Kiddly Winks, Inc Sheila King Elisa Kleven La Campania Restaurant La Masseira Giles Laroche Jonathan* and Jeannie Lavine Kate Leary William Lewis Haya Linde Lisa’s, Inc. Julia Lloyd Dinna Louissaint Libby Maclaren Mika Maeda Ann Marie Maloney Manville School Many Arms Reach You Michele Martin Shawn and Susan Martin Massachusetts Parent Information and Resource Center Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission Cheryl Maurer Kathleen McDermott

Todd McKie Chesley McLaren Stephen McSweeney MEF Enterprises/ The Little Venice Group Melt Spa Damian D. Meola Mercantile Bank Mercer Human Resource Services Robert and Myrna Merowitz Merrimack Valley Community Service Corps Jack and Beth Meyer Stephen and Ronna Miller Mistral Restaurant MIT National Society of Black Engineers Moms Club of Fairhaven Susan Moore Museum of Fine Arts The Cam Neely Foundation Neighbors for Neighbors Norfolk Hardware Northeastern University Northwestern Mutual Financial Network Ellen and Kevin O’Brien OM Restaurant and Lounge Dave and Ann Pace Parker Road Preschool Partners HealthCare System Patriot Newspaper Paul McCoy Family OfÀce Services Peacock Feather Piccadilly Management Group Pinkloomps and Poochie Allison Pomper Prevent Blindness Massachusetts Marjorie Priceman The Private World of Robert Edward Jennifer Putnam Putnam Investments Pavan Ramdya Elizabeth and Roger Randall Reed Business William I. Riker RNK Communications Solomon and Donna Roth Safar Coiffure Maurice* and Luly Samuels

Lucienne Sanchez*, M.D. SandCastles Child Care Center Jennifer Schwab Seaport Hotel Claire and Paul Sequin Shutters on the Beach Sean and Libby Silvia Smiling Kids, Inc. Tama Smith Sorellina South River School Sprague Elementary School St. Patrick’s Parish Stone Hearth Pizza Erin and Christopher Stulb Suffolk University Mary Sullivan Tables of Content Catering Taj Boston Lisa and Steven Tannenbaum Temple Beth Shalom Temple Beth Shalom Child Center Tess & Carlos Usha Thakrar Andrea Thomas Tom James Clothing Usborne Books Peter van Amson Vertex Pharmaceuticals Courtney Wager WCVB Channel 5 TV Wellesley College Child Study Center Dave Wellinghott Weston Community Children’s Association Lisa Wexler WGBH Anna Whitcomb Knight Williams-Sonoma/Pottery Barn/Pottery Barn Kids Winsor School Woodland School X Gamma Nu Sorority Yankee Envelope Young Audiences of Massachusetts Lori Zuroff Anonymous (3)


How You Have Helped This past year, Horizons for Homeless Children has been supported by countless individuals, corporations, schools and community groups who have organized fundraising drives or donated toys, food, supplies and so much more to the homeless children and families we serve. There are many ways that you can help; here are just a few of the ways in which people have reached out in the past year. In February 2007, Whole Foods Market in Hingham and Woburn celebrated a 5% Day by donating 5% of the stores’ net sales for the day to Horizons for Homeless Children. The donation totaled almost $6,000. Pictured here with HHC’s Sarah Fujiwara are Whole Foods Market representatives Christina Barber and Anne Wilson.

2nd Young Children Without Homes National Conference Sponsors We appreciate the Ànancial and in-kind support from our sponsors in helping make our 2nd Young Children Without Homes National Conference such a success. Arrow Direct, Inc. Bolduc’s Apparel Bright Horizons Family Solutions Champion Exposition Services Dancing Deer Bakery Co. Delta Dental Theo Epstein and the Boston Red Sox The Ink Spot James* and Jane Levitt Massachusetts Department of Early Education and Care Massachusetts Head Start Association/Massachusetts Head Start State Collaboration Project, Department of Early Education and Care Staples Walter Silver Photography Wheelock College In the Classroom Donors Many thanks to the following for their consistent collaboration and support throughout FY2007.

Between November ‘06 and January ‘07, Barnes and Noble of Bellingham organized a storewide book drive for Horizons for Homeless Children and over 2,500 incredible books were donated to the homeless children and families served by the agency across the state over the course of the 2006 holiday season.

In the winter of 2006, the Needham High School Save the World Club held several events to raise funds for Horizons for Homeless Children. Through a children’s carnival, Halloween rafÁe, bake sale, and silent auction brunch, they raised $2,000. With HHC’s Colette O’Neill are Josh Goldman, Gina McLaughlin and Ali Sever.

Government Support Thank you to the following government bodies for their generous support during the past Àscal year. Corporation for National and Community Service Massachusetts Department of Early Education and Care Massachusetts Department of Transitional Assistance U.S. Department of Agriculture and Massachusetts Department of Education U.S. Department of Education and Boston Public Schools U.S. Department of Health and Human Services U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and City of Boston Every effort has been made to ensure accuracy. We sincerely regret any errors or omissions. If an error has been made, please contact the Development OfÀce at 617.445.1480.

Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program The Boston Psychoanalytic Society and Institute, Inc. Brookline Music School Child Witness to Violence The Home for Little Wanderers Jewish Family and Children’s Services MGH Speech and Language Pathology Department

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Statements of Financial Position June 30, 2007 and 2006

ASSETS Cash Investments Public Support Receivable Pledges Receivable Prepaid Expenses Property and Equipment, net Total Assets Other Campaign Commitments Total LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS Accounts Payable Accrued Expenses Total Liabilities Net Assets Unrestricted Fund Operating Property and Equipment Board Designated Total Unrestricted Temporarily Restricted Funds Total Net Assets Total Liabilities & Net Assets Other Temporarily Restricted Net Assets Total

2007

2006

$ 3,398,130 $ 8,081,839 $ 343,573 $ 2,841,210 $ 161,389 $ 1,010,790 $ 15,836,931 $ 2,983,584 $ 18,820,515

$ 1,764,473 $ 6,508,039 $ 572,189 $ 3,779,236 $ 170,325 $1,300,054 $ 14,094,316 $ 3,883,250 $ 17,977,566

$ 253,192 $ 187,949 $ 441,141

$ 250,893 $ 177,191 $ 428,084

$ 11,191,847 $ 1,010,790 $ 254,243 $ 12,456,880 $ 2,938,910 $ 15,395,790 $ 15,836,931 $ 2,983,584 $ 18,820,515

$ 8,131,247 $ 1,300,054 $ 205,695 $ 9,636,996 $ 4,029,236 $ 13,666,232 $ 14,094,316 $ 3,883,250 $ 17,977,566

This Ànancial information is derived from audited Ànancial statements. Copies of audited Ànancial statements are available upon request. Other Campaign Commitments relates to documented Intentions from Donor-Advised Funds which cannot be recorded as pledges from an accounting perspective.

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Statements of Activities for Years Ended June 30, 2007 & 2006

2007 Unrestricted

2006

Temporarily Restricted

Total

Unrestricted

Temporarily Restricted

Total

REVENUES Program Revenues Contracts, Grants & Vouchers Donated Revenue Training, Conferences & Other Total Program Revenues Fundraising Revenues Capital Campaign Contributions Contributions Special Events, Net of Expenses Net Assets Released from Restrictions Total Fundraising Revenues Investment Income Total Revenues EXPENSES Program Expenses Community Children’s Centers Playspace Programs Training & Technical Assistance Policy & Advocacy Total Program Expenses Supporting Services Expenses Fundraising General & Administrative Total Supporting Services Expenses Total Expenses Changes in Net Assets from Operations Loss on Disposal of Property & Equipment Donated Property & Equipment Changes in Net Assets Net Assets, Beginning of Year Net Assets, End of Year Other Capital Campaign Contributions Total

$2,607,538 $156,190 $104,843 $2,868,571

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$2,607,538 $156,190 $104,843 $2,868,571

$1,781,386 $137,922 $16,086 $1,935,394

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$1,781,386 $137,922 $16,086 $1,935,394

$1,557,388 $1,391,821 $1,011,990 $2,502,661 $6,463,860 $412,734 $9,745,165

$1,104,725 $307,610 ($2,502,661) ($1,090,326) ($1,090,326)

$2,662,113 $1,699,431 $1,011,990 $5,373,534 $412,734 $8,654,839

$1,052,969 $1,932,659 $580,509 $1,318,688 $4,884,825 $196,344 $7,016,563

$1,377,120 $250,000 ($1,318,688) $308,432 $308,432

$2,430,089 $2,182,659 $580,509 $5,193,257 $196,344 $7,324,995

$4,471,516 $1,027,430 $207,003 $169,683 $5,875,632

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$4,471,516 $1,027,430 $207,003 $169,683 $5,875,632

$3,789,093 $954,286 $103,530 $136,395 $4,983,304

-

$3,789,093 $954,286 $103,530 $136,395 $4,983,304

$931,213 $111,040 $1,042,253 $6,917,885 $2,827,280 ($10,846) $3,450 $2,819,884 $9,636,996 $12,456,880 $12,456,880

($1,090,326)

$931,213 $111,040 $1,042,253 $6,917,885 $1,736,954 ($10,846) $3,450 $1,729,558 $13,666,232 $15,395,790 $2,983,584 $18,379,374

$821,833 $117,393 $939,226 $5,922,530 $1,094,033 $78,967 $1,173,000 $8,463,996 $9,636,996 $9,636,996

$308,432

$821,833 $117,393 $939,226 $5,922,530 $1,402,465 $78,967 $1,481,432 $12,184,800 $13,666,232 $3,883,250 $17,549,482

($1,090,326) $4,029,236 $2,938,910 $2,983,584 $5,922,494

$308,432 $3,720,804 $4,029,236 $3,883,250 $7,912,486


Staff of Horizons for Homeless Children Training and Technical Assistance Stacy Dimino, Director of Training & Technical Assistance Nichole Fiore, Training and Advocacy Programs Coordinator Programs Administration Sarah Fujiwara, Chief Programs OfÀcer Ivy Trappiel, Programs Assistant Playspace Programs Clara Garcia, Playspace Programs Director

Staff of Horizons for Homeless Children (photo taken in June 2007).

Sue Heilman, Executive Director

Administration Paula DiMascio, Chief Finance & Administration OfÀcer Dianne Collazo, Director of Finance & Administration Brendan Ward, Human Resources/Administration Coordinator Evan Saint Clair, Finance & Administration Associate

Staff list as of 11.21.07

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Development Meryl Sheriden, Chief Development OfÀcer Suzanne Reasenberg, Director of Major Gifts Leemarie Mosca, Director of Annual Fund & Development Operations Colette O’Neill, Communications Specialist Maureen Jerz, Foundation Grants Manager Scot Keay, Development Coordinator Honey Chambers, Database Manager Policy and Advocacy Brad Kramer, Director of Policy & Advocacy

Playspace Programs: Greater Boston Region Lauren Paap, Region Director Danielle Brown, Program Manager Jennifer Doo, Program Manager Naphtali Cummings Larsen, Volunteer Recruitment & Training Manager Cattreya Wongchamnong, AmeriCorps*VISTA / Program Coordinator Playspace Programs: Central Region Kari Lefort, Region Director Gillian Ruland, AmeriCorps*VISTA / Program Coordinator Playspace Programs: Northeast Region Amanda Browne, Region Director Sheila Carman, AmeriCorps*VISTA / Program Coordinator


Staff of Horizons for Homeless Children Playspace Programs: Southeast Region Martha Andrews, Region Director Lindsay Fulton, AmeriCorps*VISTA/ Program Coordinator Playspace Programs: Western Region Jody Carey, Region Director Brigid Williams, AmeriCorps*VISTA/ Program Coordinator Community Children’s Centers Schoen Family Community Children’s Center Heather Dauphinee, Center Director Susan MacGregor, Assistant Director Family Advocates Cheryl McLellan, Family Advocate Coordinator Cecilia Ribetto Maria Lopes

Infant & Toddler Teachers Maria Carmona, Lead Teacher Kimberly Alfred, Lead Teacher Anilda B. Cardoso, Supervising Teacher Charise Simmons, Supervising Teacher Ora Lee Canada Anilda A. Cardoso Carolina Carmona Barbara Curry Fatima Gondres Mayra Lara Diana Marrero Lisa Mays Angela Peña Lydia Vazquez Preschool Teachers Elizabeth Sweeney, Lead Teacher Scott Hubeny, Supervising Teacher Emily Coffey Dagoberto Guilarte Gloria Mayo Mayra Sanchez Meghan Wilson Transportation Gloria Cromartie Jacqueline Payne Michelle Randall

Putnam Investments Community Children’s Center Judy Kilgore, Center Director Vilma Ortiz, Assistant Director Family Advocates Carrie Lagasse, Family Advocate Coordinator Alison Dignam Infant & Toddler Teachers Karoline Beaumont, Lead Teacher Sheila Restrepo, Lead Teacher Luz DeJesus Modesta Flores Ruth Martinez Ezra Prevost Annerys Rodriguez Glenny Rodriguez Ida Yee Koo Preschool Teachers Jeanette Lynch, Lead Teacher Maria Nuñez, Supervising Teacher Lauren Blinn Marlin Cabreja Denia Caneddy Castro Evelyn Espino Cecilia Nazareno Transportation Gildardo Escobar Aundrea Singleton Kendrick Subadar

Edgerley Family Community Children’s Center Christine Napolitano, Center Director Nicole Plummer, Assistant Director Family Advocates Tanycha Bonilla, Family Advocate Coordinator Celina Degollado Infant & Toddler Teachers Cathy Peña, Lead Teacher Sara Sheridan, Lead Teacher Sandra Rodrigues, Supervising Teacher Dolores Castillo Lindsey Doherty Amber Gray Cheryl Horney Carolin Marinez Mechelle Maxwell Michelle Somoza Yumaila Peña Preschool Teachers Valerie Alfred, Lead Teacher Michael Jones Patrick Romero


Board of Directors

Honorary Board

Susan Whitehead, Chair Laurie Thomsen, Vice Chair Jody Acford, Treasurer Matt Epstein, Secretary

T. Berry Brazelton Robert Coles Marian Heard Arnold Hiatt Howard Hiatt Loretta LaRoche Pamela G. Mann Eli Newberger Paul O’Brien Vincent O’Reilly Robert Paglia Deborah Prothrow-Stith Francene Sussner-Rodgers Barry Zuckerman

Susie Allen Bob Atchinson Kate Barrand Josh Bekenstein Roger H. Brown Sandra Edgerley Mark Edwards Michael Eisenson Corinne Ferguson Robert E. Gallery Wycliffe Grousbeck Diane Hessan Kathy Klingler Jonathan Lavine James N. Levitt Linda Mason Tami E. Nason Allen Peckham Deirdre B. Phillips Audrey Epstein Reny Maurice Samuels Lucienne Sanchez, M.D. Laurie Schoen Deborah Shapiro Patricia Smith Janice Sturchio

Created and designed by Colette O’Neill. Special thanks to Walter Silver Photography.

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"Building Futures" Annual Report  

Horizons for Homeless Children's FY07 Annual Report; copy and project management by Colette O'Neill

"Building Futures" Annual Report  

Horizons for Homeless Children's FY07 Annual Report; copy and project management by Colette O'Neill

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