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2015 ANNUAL REPORT THE BOYS’ CLUB OF NEW YORK 287 E 10TH STREET NEW YORK, NY 10009 WWW.BCNY.ORG FACEBOOK.COM/BOYSCLUBNEWYORK @BOYSCLUBNY #IAMBCNY


A NOTE FROM STEPHEN BCNY EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR/CEO

In 2014, the Boys’ Club launched a three-year strategic plan. This collaborative endeavor sought to be expansive, comprehensive, and practical. Our goal: to provide a blueprint to systematically review and assess current programming, identify new resources, and implement needed changes in our practices and services. We made upgrades to our human resources, IT, and fundraising staff and increased our commitment to professional development. We reviewed and updated our organizational bylaws, and took steps to further engage our trustees and supporters. Perhaps most importantly, we drilled down and distilled the core of our work under the banner of BCNY’s 4C’s: Competence, Confidence, Character, and Connectedness. We even reconsidered our vision, and updated it to reflect our renewed focus on character development. As we enter our 140th year, we remain a vibrant and forwardlooking organization. We’re entering 2016 confident that we will continue to provide effective programs that help our boys build character and connect with their communities. As we wrap up our strategic plan this year, we will lead our boys by exemplifying the 4Cs we’ve come to honor. Sincerely,

Stephen Tosh 2

PHOTO CREDIT: AMELIA HOLOWATY KRALES


BCNY’S 4C’S Our vision is that all boys are competent academically and emotionally, connected to their communities, rich in character, and confident in their futures. BCNY’s programming is specifically developed to cultivate positive qualities in our members. These characteristics, based on the widely accepted principles of youth development, are known as BCNY’s Four C’s (4C’s): Competence, Confidence, Character-rich, and Connectedness. While all of our programs provide members with enrichment and growth opportunities, they are specifically designed to foster the development of our 4C’s, whether a boy is in the media center, on the stage, in the kitchen, or on the court. COMPETENCE is knowing how to do something and being able to demonstrate it. At BCNY, boys in tutoring are improving their academic competence. Boys in Teen Battle Chef are demonstrating their mastery of cooking. CONFIDENCE means believing in yourself and trusting in your abilities. Boys learning to swim are gaining self-confidence. Boys in Project Coach serve as sports mentors for younger members, acting as role models and experts. Being RICH IN CHARACTER means standing by your values and having compassion for others. Boys who participate in Steps to Respect learn to be tolerant despite differences, and boys in Real Men, BCNY’s masculinity program, are learning to face the pressures of adolescence with integrity. CONNECTEDNESS is being positively engaged in your community, both inside and outside of the clubhouse. Boys who take leadership roles in Youth Council are connecting to their clubhouse community, and members in Service Learning are learning about communities beyond the clubhouse.

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OUR IMPACT

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Over 520 boys took 11,656 music lessons at BCNY’s Josie Robertson School of Music and Art. Boys who completed BCNY’s SAT prep program improved their test scores by an average of 21%.

662 members learned to swim. 54% of Learn-To-Swim participants tested advanced by at least one swim level. 1,194 boys participated in our sports and recreation programs, which include boxing, basketball, fitness, soccer, karate, wrestling, and yoga.

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648 boys participated in our STEM programs, which includes hands-on construction projects and exciting experiments.

94% of boys who completed READ, BCNY’s early literacy program, quantifiably increased their reading ability. 4

PHOTO CREDIT: JON LOPEZ


SUMMER SUPERHEROES PROGRAM SPOTLIGHT

Each summer, thousands of New York City students lose up to two months of learning, returning to school less prepared than when summer began. For low-income students, summer learning loss, or “summer slide,” is even more alarming. Hoping to combat summer slide, BCNY developed Summer Superheroes, an innovative literacy intervention program designed specifically for BCNY members. The program pairs 1st - 4th graders with teen mentors, BCNY members who utilize skill-building, oneon-one reading practice, and fun activities to provide literacy support and reinforce classroom learning. The program impact is significant: over two-thirds of participants demonstrate improvement, and about a quarter of them complete the program at or above grade level. Carl, age 8, participated in Summer Superheroes this year. Carl’s family speaks Mandarin at home, so it was particularly crucial for Carl to continue his English literacy work over the summer to ensure that he entered third grade truly prepared. Carl’s teen mentor Nick, age 15, received ongoing training and support throughout the summer. According to Carl, one reason he joined Summer Superheroes was for the chance to hang out with his teen mentor. At the end of the summer, Carl was prepared to go back to school and feeling confident. He even had a new favorite book: Plants vs. Zombies: Brains and the Beanstalk. “I like reading!” he announced happily. To learn more about Summer Superheroes, please visit us online at www.bcny.org/summersuperheroes.

PHOTO CREDIT: AMELIA HOLOWATY KRALES

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URBAN ADVENTURES PROGRAM SPOTLIGHT

Last year, BCNY members spent the summer having “Urban Adventures,” our summer camp theme. Boys explored the mechanics of skyscrapers, designed their own mass transit systems, participated in walking tours of new neighborhoods, visited great parks, and studied New York City’s many bridges.

Learning about currency at the Museum of American Finance

As a part of “Urban Adventures,” Harriman members visited all five boroughs and learned new things about each. In the Bronx, they learned about urban pollution; how to combat it, and how to turn it into art. In Brooklyn, they toured a sneaker exhibit at the Brooklyn Museum. They also visited the American Museum of Finance in Manhattan and took the Staten Island Ferry. For 11-year-old Elijah, the coolest part was visiting graffiti murals in Astoria, Queens, and meeting a local graffiti artist. “There’s good kinds and bad kinds [of graffiti]. The good ones are when someone pays someone else to do it on the wall. The bad ones are when someone does it illegally.”

Exploring the Financial District

By the end of the summer, the boys were New York City-experts—welltraveled and well-informed. After finishing a summer’s worth of urban adventures, they were already looking forward to the next adventure.

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Experimenting with bubbles at the New York Hall of Science


BECOMING A REAL MAN ADVICE FROM BCNY TRUSTEE DOUG BAND Gilbert, Devonne, and George are all participants of Real Men, BCNY’s year-long masculinity program. Recently, the three teens spent an afternoon with BCNY Trustee Doug Band in his office at Teneo Holdings. The Real Men program empowers young men to break through limiting stereotypes of masculinity and make positive life choices, and role models like Doug Band serve as an important source of inspiration. Surrounded by mementos from Doug’s successful career as a former White House advisor, it wasn’t hard for the teens to be inspired. “[The highlight of the day] was getting a tour of his office and seeing all the cool pictures and memorabilia,” said Gil, age 14. The boys were thrilled by Doug’s stories of exotic places and interesting people, and took his advice seriously: “Being loyal is important because people back you up and help you out when you need it,” said Gil. By the end of the meeting, all three boys agreed that Doug Band is a Real Man in the most important sense: “A man is someone who acts with principals and morals and learns to be a leader. [He] treats people the way he wants to be treated,” said George, age 13. After the interview, the boys left with Doug’s final piece of advice ringing in their ears: “take advantage of what you do in life.” To read more about the teens visit with Doug Band, including a transcript of their interview, visit www.bcny.org/realmen.

Trustee Doug Band with Gilbert, Devonne, and George.

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LEON’S STORY ALUMNI SPOTLIGHT

Leon’s mom saw a lot of potential in her 11-year old son, and enrolled him at Harriman Clubhouse in the hopes of keeping him engaged, enriched, and away from the influences of his dangerous neighborhood. The BCNY staff noticed the smart and outspoken young man, and approached Leon about applying to boarding school through BCNY’s Independent School Placement program (ISP). Leon joined ISP, and started imagining a different kind of future for himself. After nearly a dozen applications, challenging interviews, and weeks of waiting, Leon got terrible news: not one school had accepted him. Leon would be forced to enroll in his local high school, which meant coming home every day to the violence of his neighborhood. Leon saw himself getting sucked into that lifestyle, and worried that if he didn’t get out now, he never would; “you’re influenced by those around you,” he says. College was looking less and less likely. A week before school started, the Fessenden School offered him a spot for that fall, but he would have to repeat the 8th grade. Leon decided to enroll. It was a difficult transition, but soon enough, he was thriving academically and athletically. BCNY staff members visited regularly to help him and other members navigate the school and negotiate scholarships and financial aid. “[BCNY] had my back throughout,” he says. Now Leon is studying economics at NYU. He hasn’t forgotten the support he received from BCNY, and is paying it forward: last summer, Leon worked at BCNY’s Gardiner School, mentoring members like himself. “Maybe I can offer another kid the opportunity to excel.” 8


WANDA’S STORY PARENT SPOTLIGHT

The day after Wanda’s son Davin turned 6 years old, she marched him to BCNY to register. Years before, when Davin was still a baby, a friend had told her about BCNY: they had great programs, affordable rates, and—best of all—stayed open late, which makes a big difference for single moms like Wanda. “I waited four and a half years to enroll him in the program,” she reports with a laugh. During those years, Wanda struggled to adjust her work hours around Davin. It wasn’t easy, and Wanda often felt breathless rushing from place to place, trying to finish her work, run errands, and make it to pick-up on time. BCNY clubhouses stay open until 9pm most evenings, which gives Wanda much-needed flexibility. “Once he became a Boys’ Club member,” says Wanda, “it freed me up to be present at work, or if I had other parental responsibilities I was able to leave him here [at the clubhouse] with peace of mind because I know he’s in a safe space.” And it isn’t just the late hours that Wanda appreciates. BCNY is “a one-stop shop,” she says; the breadth of programming offered means that Davin gets all the enrichment he needs right at the clubhouse. So far, Davin has learned to swim, taken up the drums, studied karate, and even performed in the clubhouse talent show. “He can do all of those things here at the Boys’ Club—it’s awesome.” Wanda describes BCNY as “a safe haven,” but she knows it’s even more than that. “The Boys’ Club is a place where Davin feels he can come and just be a boy. He can play with his friends, he can express himself the way he wants to, and he can have fun.” For Wanda, it was worth the wait.

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FINANCIALS

80¢ OF EVERY DOLLAR RAISED GOES BACK INTO BOYS’ CLUB PROGRAMMING.

1% 3%4% OPERATING REVENUE & SUPPORT 38% $4,557,287 Investment Returned

19%

38%

36% $4,382,508 Special Events (net)

7% 11%

19% $2,278,320 Contributions 4%

36%

$455,253

3% $348,389

Meal Reimbursement

1%

Member Program Fees

$84,977

>1% $18,428

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Rental Income

OPERATING EXPENSES

9%

11%

62% $9,401,053 Clubhouse Activities 11% $1,648,175 Management & General

62%

11% $1,680,102 Educational Services 9% $1,344,440 Fundraising 7% $1,071,019 Camp Cromwell and Gardiner School

Parent’s Group Fundraisers

TOTAL OPERATING EXPENSES: $15,144,789 TOTAL NET ASSETS: $67,706,274

FIGURES AS OF SEPTEMBER 2015


THANK YOU INDIVIDUAL DONORS Mr. and Mrs. Anthony T. Accetta Mr. and Mrs. Alexander D. Acquavella Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas W. Acquavella Mr. and Mrs. David Addams Ms. Tracie Ahern Mr. and Mrs. Lee S. Ainslie III Ms. Anne Akers and Mr. Arthur J. Benvenuto Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Allen Dr. and Mrs. David G. Allen Mr. and Mrs. Silas R. Anthony, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Antonini Mr. Rob Arango Ms. Julie Araskog Mr. Jeffrey Arsenault Mr. Charles N. Atkins Mrs. E. H. Atwood Mrs. Susan M. Augustyn and Mr. Glenn E. Schiller Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ayres Mr. and Mrs. Louis M. Bacon Mr. and Mrs. Zack H. Bacon, Jr. Mr. Zack H. Bacon III Mr. Douglas Baird Mr. Thomas Baluk Mr. and Mrs. Douglas J. Band Mr. and Mrs. Rodney B. Berens Mrs. Jeremy H. Biggs Mr. and Mrs. Kevin J. Blaney Mr. and Mrs. Andrew M. Blum Mr. Jonathan D. Blum Mr. and Mrs. Taylor S. Bodman Mr. Christopher Bonner Mr. and Mrs. Alan Breed Mr. and Mrs. Richard P. Brennan Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Briskar, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. R. Duke Buchan III Mr. and Mrs. Walter W. Buckley, Jr. Mrs. Edwin M. Burke Mr. and Mrs. Anthony S. Cantore Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Capone Mr. Valentino D. Carlotti Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Carney Mr. and Mrs. Michael Carney Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. Cashin, Jr. Ms. Yvonne Chan Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert W. Chapman III Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Chilton, Jr. Ms. Deborah Cipriano Mr. David Clark

Mr. and Mrs. Frederick S. Clark Mr. Howard L. Clark, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John D. Clark Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan C. Clay Ms. Sana Clegg Mr. and Mrs. C. Payson Coleman, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. Coleman III Drs. Isobel and Struan Coleman Mr. and Mrs. Kevin C. Coleman Mr. and Mrs. Reed P. Coleman Mr. and Mrs. Geoffrey O. Coley Mr. and Mrs. Stuyvesant Comfort Mr. John Conway Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Cook Dr. Ada S. Cooper Ms. Edith Cooper Ms. Heather Corbett Mr. and Mrs. David Corleto Ms. Gita Costa Mr. and Mrs. William J. Covington Mr. José A. Cruz Mr. Bradley Cuddeback Ms. Erin Cunningham Mr. and Mrs. Ashton M. Curtis Mr. and Mrs. James F. Curtis III Mr. and Mrs. Francisco D’Agostino Mr. and Mrs. Philippe P. Dauman Mr. Andrew Davis Mr. Ghislain De Kertanguy Mr. and Mrs. Loic de Kertanguy Ms. Caroline Dean Mr. Richard DeBart Mr. and Mrs. Tristram G. Deery Mr. and Mrs. Edouard Dejoux Mr. and Mrs. Morgan A. Dejoux Mr. James F. Dever, Jr. Mr. Julian Diaz Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. DiMenna Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Dixon Mr. Peter A. Douglas Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Douglass, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley F. Druckenmiller Mr. and Mrs. Ted Duff Mr. James D. Dunne III Mr. and Mrs. Damien Dwin Mr. and Mrs. E. Llwyd Ecclestone Ms. Jane M. Eddy Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Edmands Mr. and Mrs. Mark D. Eichorn Mr. and Mrs. William S. Elder

Mr. Bobby Elliot Mr. and Mrs. Alexander T. Ercklentz Mr. and Mrs. R. Christopher Errico Mr. Stephen J. Errico Mr. and Mrs. Peter W. Espy Mr. and Mrs. J. Michael Evans Mr. and Mrs. Scott C. Evans Mr. and Mrs. José F. Fanjul, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. José P. Fanjul, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas V. Farrell Mr. Andrew Featress Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fennebresque Mr. Kenneth Figueroa Ms. Leslie A. Finerman Mr. and Mrs. David Fishman Mr. Joshua E. Fishman Ms. Sarah Fiszel Mr. William E. Flaherty Mr. and Mrs. David Foley Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. Friedman Ms. Alexandra Fritz Mr. and Mrs. Kellogg C. Gaines Mr. and Mrs. Jay Galluzzo Mr. and Mrs. Sergio Galvis Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Drake S. Gambill III Mr. and Mrs. David K. Ganek Ms. Ruth Garbarini Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Garcia Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Gardiner Mr. and Mrs. Timothy M. George Ms. Carolyn A. Gerry Mr. and Mrs. Elbridge T. Gerry, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gilder, Jr. Mr. Richard Giles Mr. and Mrs. Mark V. Giordano Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Godvin Mr. Sachin Goel Mr. and Mrs. Steven Golann Mr. Donald J. Gordon Mr. and Mrs. John R. Gordon Mr. and Mrs. John R. Grace Mr. and Mrs. James M. Grant Mr. David Greenspan Mr. Gavin Gregory Mr. and Mrs. Peter S. Gregory Ms. Trisha Gregory Mr. and Mrs. John A. Griffin Mr. and Mrs. Martin D. Gruss Mr. Tevia Gurvich

Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Gustin Mr. and Mrs. Sherlock D. Hackley, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. William H. Hamm III Mr. and Mrs. Stephen G. Hanley Mr. and Mrs. William Lee Hanley, Jr. Mrs. Mai Hallingby Harrison Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Hassen Mr. and Mrs. Colin J. Heffron Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Henry Mr. and Mrs. Gregory P. Heyman Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Hickox Ms. Frances B. Hickox Mr. and Mrs. Franklin W. Hobbs IV Ms. Lauren Hobbs Mrs. Lisina M. Hoch Mr. John Howard Mr. and Mrs. David Y. Howe Mr. and Mrs. Craig Huff Mr. Robert L. Ireland, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur V. Irwin, Jr. Mr. Paul J. Isaac Mr. Michael Iuliano Mr. Randall Jackson Mr. William Jasper Mr. Thomas A. Jermoluk Mr. and Mrs. James L. Johnson, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Jones Mr. Max Jones Mr. and Mrs. Paul T. Jones II Miss Colby Jordan Mr. and Mrs. Gerald R. Jordan, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar J. Junquera Mr. and Mrs. Martin E. Kaplan Ms. Nathalie G. Kaplan Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Karmazin Mr. and Mrs. Stuart M. Katzoff Mr. and Mrs. George S. Kaufman Mr. and Mrs. James L. Kearney Mrs. Jayne T. Keith Ms. Pamela Keld Mr. and Mrs. Raymond W. Kelly Mr. and Mrs. Michael Kennedy Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Ketchum Mr. and Mrs. Merrick R. Kleeman Ms. Kelly Klein Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Kleinman Mr. and Mrs. John R. Klopp Mr. and Mrs. Radford W. Klotz Mr. and Mrs. Brady Knight Mr. Reha H. Kocatas

Ms. Rashida K. La Lande Mr. and Mrs. Philippe P. Laffont Mr. and Mrs. Sacha Lainovic Ms. Karyn Lamb Mr. Bruce M. Langone Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth G. Langone Mr. William Lash Mr. and Mrs. Alexander M. Laughlin Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Lee Mr. and Mrs. Peter Lehrman Mr. and Mrs. H.E. Lentz Mr. and Mrs. Francis A. L’Esperance III Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lightburn Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Lister Mr. and Mrs. Michael Lounsbery Dr. Trisha L. B. Luing and Mr. Kevin Luing Mr. and Mrs. Terry Lundgren Mr. and Mrs. Kevin S. Lynyak Ambassador and Mrs. Earle I. Mack Mrs. Hildegarde E. Mahoney Mrs. Judith E. Makrianes Mr. Stanley W. Makson Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Malloy Mr. and Mrs. Stephen F. Mandel, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew R. Mann Mr. and Mrs. William H. Mann Mr. Bernard Marcus Mr. and Mrs. Alberto Mariaca Mr. and Mrs. John A. Marshall, Jr. Mr. Michael T. Masin Mr. and Mrs. Francisco Mason Rodriguez Mr. and Mrs. George N. Mattson Mr. Jerome McCluskey Mr. Walter McCormack Mr. and Mrs. Michael P. McDonough Ms. Janet McKinley Mr. and Mrs. William G. McKnight III Mr. and Mrs. S. Christopher Meigher III Mrs. Adrianne Renee Meisler and Mr. Neal J. Schmidt Ms. Nicole Mellon Mr. and Mrs. Prakash A. Melwani Mr. Jeff Meskin Mr. John P. Michnya Mr. and Mrs. Corbin R. Miller Mr. and Mrs. Donald K. Miller Mrs. Armene L. Milliken Mr. and Mrs. Stephen E. Milman CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE

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THANK YOU INDIVIDUAL DONORS (CONTINUED) Mr. and Mrs. Joseph V. Missett III Mr. and Mrs. Claus J. Moller Ms. Vanessa Montenegro Mr. and Mrs. George B. Moore Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Y. Morgan III Mr. and Mrs. Averell H. Mortimer Mr. and Mrs. William I. Morton Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey M. Moslow Mr. Alberto Mugrabi Mr. Roger Mullarkey Ms. Marion M. Murphy Miss Meghan Nadosy Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas T. Goodman Mr. David P. Nolan Mr. and Mrs. Wilhelm Northrop Mr. and Mrs. Anthony M. O’Connor Mr. and Mrs. Timothy P. O’Hara Mr. James H. Oliver Mr. Andrew H. Olson Mr. and Mrs. George D. O’Neill Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Orszag Mr. and Mrs. Gunnar S Overstrom, III Mr. Zachary Pack Mr. and Mrs. Ron Padgett Mr. and Mrs. Gregory K. Palm Mr. and Mrs. Jordan M. Pantzer Mr. and Mrs. Thorne L. Perkin Ms. Diana Petroff Mr. and Mrs. Brian Pfeifler Mrs. Nancy C. Phelan Mrs. Sallie B. Phillips Ms. Ashley H. Phyfe Ms. Kathryn Pickett Mrs. Pauline Pitt Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Pitts, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. F. Lyon Polk III Mr. and Mrs. Dean J. Poll Mr. and Mrs. John E. Poreba Mr. Stanley T. Poreba Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Posel Mr. Dennis H. Powers Mr. and Mrs. Samuel F. Pryor IV Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Purcell, Jr. Miss Elizabeth Pyne Mr. Gary Rakofsky Ms. Kamakshi Rao and Mr. Maneesh Deshpande Mr. and Mrs. David E. Rappa Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Rappa Mr. and Mrs. Charles O. Rappaport Ms. Lia Reed

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Mr. and Mrs. Jason Regalbuto Mr. and Mrs. Alexander T. Robertson Mr. Julian H. Robertson, Jr. Miss Wyndham Robertson Mr. and Mrs. John R. Robinson Mrs. Shafi Roepers Mr. and Mrs. Louis Rose Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur L. Ross, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Royce Mr. and Mrs. Eric Rudin Mr. and Mrs. Baird W. Ryan Ms. Pasqualina Sacchetti Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Saint-Amand Mr. and Mrs. Joseph S. Sambuco Mr. Rick Sanchez Mr. and Mrs. Andres Santo Domingo Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Saunders III Mr. Hector M. Sauri Ms. Tyler Schiff Ms. Cynthia A. Schlegel Mr. and Mrs. Peter A. Schoeffer Mr. and Mrs. Paul C. Schorr IV Mr. and Mrs. David K. Schulhof Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan N. Schulhof Mr. and Mrs. Alan D. Schwartz Mr. Martin L. Seidel Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Shaheen III Ms. Mary E. Sheridan Mr. and Mrs. Stephen C. Sherrill Mr. and Mrs. Joseph V. Shields, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Paul C. Shiverick Mr. and Mrs. Herbert J. Siegel Mr. and Mrs. Hardwick Simmons Mr. and Mrs. Howard B. Simpson Mr. and Mrs. Per Skarstedt Mr. Reed Smith Ms. Suzette de Marigny Smith Mrs. Anne R. Smithers Mr. and Mrs. Will Snellings Mr. and Mrs. Ian K.W. Snow Mr. Sean Spellman Ms. Amanda K. Starbuck Mr. and Mrs. Murray Stark Mrs. Louise H. Stephaich Dr. and Mrs. Aaron Stern Dr. Denise R. Stern and Mr. Thomas D. Stern Mr. and Mrs. S. Cranford Stoudemire Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Sturges Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Swenson Mr. and Mrs. Marco Tablada

Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon J. Tannen Mr. Thomas L. Teague Mr. and Mrs. Douglas A. D. Teresko Mr. and Mrs. Andrew S. Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Roger W. Thomas Mrs. Elizabeth E. Tilghman Mr. and Mrs. Walter S. Tomenson III Mr. John R. Torell Mr. William A. Torrey Mr. and Mrs. Remy W. Trafelet Mr. and Mrs. Paul N. Travis Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J. Tucker Mr. Thomas Tully Mr. David B. Tyree Mr. John D. Tyree Mr. and Mrs. William B. Tyree Ms. Heidi Ueberroth Ms. Kathleen M. Ulrich and Mr. Stephen E. Gray Mr. and Mrs. Lewis W. van Amerongen Mr. and Mrs. Jan F. van Eck Mr. Bronson van Wyck Mr. Rich VanderMass Mr. John B. Vermylen Mr. and Mrs. John J. Veronis Mr. Peter A. Vlachos Mr. Luca Voarino Mr. Zorast Wadia Mr. David J. Walsh Mr. and Mrs. Nelson S. Walsh Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. Ward III Mr. Leighton Waters Mr. and Mrs. George A. Webster Mr. and Mrs. James O. Welch, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John F. Welch, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Edward K. Weld Ms. Kim White and Mr. Kurt J. Wolfgruber Mr. Charles A. Whittingham Miss Elizabeth Wick Mr. and Mrs. Eugene F. Williams III Ms. Blanche Williamson Mrs. Caroline C. Williamson Mr. and Mrs. Julian Williamson Mr. and Mrs. Scott C. Wilson Mr. and Mrs. Francesco Galesi Ms. Marnie Worth Mr. and Mrs. Jon Ylvisaker Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Yonce Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth A. Zegar Mr. and Mrs. Eric L. Zinterhofer Anonymous (3) LIST AS OF DECEMBER 31, 2015


THANK YOU

FOUNDATION AND CORPORATE SPONSORS Aaron and Betty Lee Stern Foundation Abbey of Holy Trinity Acquavella Galleries, Inc. Ainslie Foundation Alexander J. Roepers Foundation Allstate Giving Campaign Altman Foundation Balenciaga Barneys New York Belvedere Property Management, LLC Bloomberg Philanthropies Breath for Life Brown Brothers Harriman & Company, Inc. Brown Harris Stevens Residential Sales, LLC Carnegie Corporation of New York Charles A. Frueauff Foundation, Inc. Charles Hayden Foundation Charles Schwab & Company, Inc. Chilton Investment Company, Inc. Cleveland H. Dodge Foundation, Inc. Colgate-Palmolive Company Contributions Program Consolidated Edison, Inc. Contrix Inc Credit Suisse Asset Management, LLC David & Hildegarde Mahoney Foundation Denver Foundation Deutsche Bank Americas Foundation Douglass Winthrop Advisors LLC Edith and Herbert Lehman Foundation Gap Foundation GFI Group, Inc. Gilder Foundation, Inc. Goldman, Sachs & Company

Hanley Mellon LLC Henry Lentz Charitable Foundation Highmount Fiduciary, LLC Holborn Corporation James & Virginia Welch Foundation Jewish Communal Fund John and Amy Griffin Foundation Inc. Jones Lang LaSalle Americas JPMorgan Chase & Co. Lamb Financial Group Leon and Toby Cooperman Foundation Locust Wood Capital Advisers, LLC Macy’s/Bloomingdale’s Mary and Kathleen Harriman Foundation Mary W. Harriman Foundation Maverick Capital Charities, Ltd. Mel Karmazin Foundation, Inc. Michael Kors (USA) Inc. Milliman Muriel McBrien Kauffman Foundation Nab Labs New York City Center for Economic Opportunity New York County District Attorney’s Office New York State Higher Education Services Corporation (HESC) New York Engineers LLC News Corp Northern Lights Foundation Oscar de la Renta LLC Pfizer Foundation Matching Gifts Program Point Gammon Foundation Robert V. Rasmussen Foundation Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Robertson Foundation

Rose M. Badgeley Residuary Charitable Trust Salem Leasing Corporation Sandler O’Neill & Partners, L.P. Scott Kinder Real Estate, LLC Shafi Roepers Charitable Foundation Sherman Fairchild Foundation Sidney, Milton and Leoma Simon Foundation SO Charitable Trust Solon E. Summerfield Foundation, Inc. St Nicholas Choir Starbuck Equestrian, LLC Stew Leonard III Children’s Charities Stirling’s Specialties Stratton Scarsdale Pharmacy, Inc. Sullivan & Cromwell, LLP Target Foundation TD Charitable Foundation The Alice Lawrence Foundation Inc. The Ayco Charitable Foundation The Barker Welfare Foundation The Dana Foundation The Freed Foundation The Fullgraf Foundation The Hearst Foundation, Inc. The H.L. Brown, Jr. Family Foundation The Home Depot Foundation The Joe Louis International Sports Foundation, Inc. The John A. Hartford Foundation The Karyn Gerschel Lamb Foundation The Lee Family Foundation, Inc. The Linville Family Foundation The Marcus Foundation, Inc. The Nathalie M. Kaplan Foundation The New York Community Trust

The Perkin Fund The Pfeifler Family Foundation The Philippe And Deborah Dauman Family Foundation The Plaza The Schwartz Family Foundation The Shana Alexander Foundation The Starr Foundation The T.F. Dixon Family Foundation, Inc. The Teagle Foundation The Theodore H. Barth Foundation The Tilghman Family Foundation The Wasily Family Foundation The Widgeon Point Charitable Foundation The WNPC Foundation Thomas D & Denise R Stern Family Foundation Thompson Dean Family Foundation TRUIST Tudor Investment Corporation Tully Family Foundation UBS Financial Services, Inc. Ueberroth Family Foundation Unifi Incorporated United Way of New York Van Eck Associates Corporation Vanguard Charitable Endowment Program William and Francoise Barstow Foundation William Howard Flowers, Jr. Foundation William and Hope Simpson Foundation Yum! Brands, Inc. Anonymous

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THANK YOU VOLUNTEERS

Judy Adamo Sabih Ahmed Denise Alston Christopher Anderson Breana Banks Fabian Bedolla DeVries Ben Naomi Bendu Cedeah Bland Melvin Boone Troy Burle Ty Carr Hugo Castalan Grayson Castro Adolfo Colon

Rachel Cook William Cross Rosemarie Cruz Catherine Cueto Adam De Leon Michael Dickey Emmanuel Dominguez Benjamin Dubow Kim Duncan Gerald Federro Nicole Flores David Frankel Chris Gandsy GAP Inc. Jerry Garcia

Niya Gibbone Maria Gonzalez Elle Hauschen Evelyn Iglesias Institute for Career Development Shakana Jayson Steve Jean-Pierre Usman Khalid Anny Lebron Alexander Luna Alex Mager Giev Manekshaw Azura Mason Monica Mendez Giovanna Michel

Fahad Naeem Ben Nahmani Abu Nasim New York University Lisa Norman Catalina Ortega Raegan Palatnick Michael Paluszek Vernon Patterson Juan Perez Shon Phillip Berthony Poerae Dorkys Ramos Noah Rayford J.R. Riddick

Matthew Rivera Mariano Rodriguez Wilmer Sanchez Massimo Tassan-Solet St. John University Mahamadou Trawareh Ricardo Turenne Nina Turner Rauhn Turner Brandon Walker Hannah Williams Eiji Yoshimoto Ronal Zhagnay

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BOARD OF TRUSTEES

WOMEN’S BOARD

William B. Tyree, President Edward J. Rappa, Chairman Douglas J. Band, Vice President Valentino D. Carlotti, Vice President Richard M. Cashin, Jr., Vice President James F. Curtis III, Vice President Damien Dwin, Vice President John R. Gordon, Vice President Robert L. Ireland, Jr., Vice President Elaine Langone, Vice President George N. Mattson, Vice President William G. McKnight III, Vice President Jeffrey M. Moslow, Vice President Dean J. Poll, Vice President Jacqueline R. Williams, Vice President Mary E. Sheridan, Treasurer Scott C. Wilson, Secretary Stephen Tosh, Executive Director

Mrs. John A. Griffin, President Mrs. Louis M. Bacon, Vice President Mrs. Thomas J. Henry, Vice President Nathalie G. Kaplan, Vice President Mrs. Kevin S. Lynyak, Vice President Mrs. George Braniff Moore, Vice President Mrs. Claus J. Moller, Secretary

Sara S. Ayres Zack H. Bacon III Friederike K. Biggs Taylor S. Bodman Howard L. Clark, Jr. Jonathan C. Clay Dr. Struan H. Coleman Dr. Ada S. Cooper R. Christopher Errico Kitty Northrop Friedman Amy Griffin Linda Hickox Stuart M. Katzoff Raymond W. Kelly

Rashida K. La Lande Andrew Mann Jerome McCluskey Calvert S. Moore Thorne L. Perkin Christopher C. Quick David E. Rappa Alexander T. Robertson Joseph V. Shields, Jr. Douglas A. D. Teresko Remy W. Trafelet Cynthia van Eck Charles G. Ward III

HONORARY BOARD Silas R. Anthony, Jr. Don Cangelosi Michael Carney Thomas J. Devine Robert M. Gardiner Elbridge T. Gerry, Jr. H. Anthony Ittleson Jayne Teagle Keith

Alexander M. Laughlin Hildegarde E. Mahoney Judith E. Makrianes Allan A. Ryan III Dr. Raymond H. Schneider Sheldon J. Tannen Carroll L. Wainwright, Jr.

PRESIDENTS’ COUNCIL Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs.

Charles Ayres Jeremy H. Biggs Charles C. Hickox Arthur V. Irwin, Jr. Jayne Teagle Keith David J. Mahoney

Monique V. Merrill Mrs. Joseph V. Missett III Mrs. Hilary Geary Ross Mrs. William W. Stahl, Jr. Mrs. Jan F. van Eck Mrs. Eugene F. Williams III

BOARD Mrs. Charles M. Allen Mrs. Charles P. Coleman III Mrs. Ashton M. Curtis Mrs. Francisco D’Agostino Mrs. Ellen Niven Deery Mrs. Morgan A. Dejoux Mrs. David K. Ganek Mrs. Timothy M. George Mrs. Peter S. Gregory Mrs. Mai Hallingby Harrison Mrs. David Y. Howe Mrs. John R. Klopp Mrs. Francis A. L’Esperance III Mrs. William G. McKnight III Mrs. Prakash A. Melwani Mrs. Corbin R. Miller Mrs. Donald K. Miller Mrs. Averell H. Mortimer

Mrs. Timothy P. O’Hara Mrs. Gunnar S Overstrom, III Mrs. Thorne L. Perkin Mrs. Robert S. Pitts, Jr. Mrs. Samuel F. Pryor IV Mrs. Thomas W. Purcell, Jr. Elizabeth Pyne Mrs. Alexander T. Robertson Mrs. John R. Robinson Shafi Roepers Mrs. James H. Ross Mrs. Alexia Hamm Ryan Mrs. Paul C. Schorr IV Mrs. Andrew S. Thomas Mrs. Lewis van Amerongen Mrs. Jon Ylvisaker Mrs. Eric L. Zinterhofer

HONORARY BOARD Mrs. Edwin M. Burke Mrs. Charles B. Grosvenor Mrs. William Lee Hanley, Jr. Mrs. Kenneth G. Langone Mrs. Alexander M. Laughlin Mrs. John J. McCloy II Mrs. Minot K. Milliken Mrs. Alfred Y. Morgan III

Mrs. Patricia S. Patterson Mrs. Nancy C. Phelan Mrs. Howland P. Rogers Mrs. William Simpson Mrs. George H. Tilghman Mrs. Wynant D. Vanderpoel III Mrs. Carroll L. Wainwright, Jr. Mrs. Thorunn Wathne

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BCNY CLUBHOUSE AND OFFICE LOCATIONS ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICES 287 East 10th Street New York, NY 10009 (212) 677-1102 ELBRIDGE T. GERRY, JR. CLUBHOUSE 321 East 111th Street New York, NY 10029 (212) 534-2661

2015

MEMBER SNAPSHOT • 3000+ Members, ages 6 – 20

HARRIMAN CLUBHOUSE 287 East 10th Street New York, NY 10009 (212) 533-2550

• Members come from 972 different schools

• 80% of members identify as Black or Latino

MARION MCMAHON ABBE CLUBHOUSE 133-01 41st Road Flushing, NY 11355 (718) 886-5454

• 81% of members qualify for free or reduced school lunch

www.bcny.org

• 46% of boys live in single-parent homes

Facebook.com/ BoysClubNewYork

• BCNY provided 94,105 meals for members

@BoysClubNY

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2015 BCNY Annual Report  

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