ANNUAL REPORT THE CENTER
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STAFF MARTY CAMINO EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR WILLI BROOKS EVENT OPERATIONS DIRECTOR OONA DOHERTY CREATIVE INITIATIVES DIRECTOR RON GESSLER FACILITIES MAINTENANCE DIRECTOR JENNY GRAHAM MARKETING DIRECTOR MADISON KWASNY PATRON SERVICES MANAGER ANNE LADD DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR SHANNON MCCORMICK PROGRAMMING DIRECTOR PATRICK MILLARD TECHNICAL DIRECTOR STEPHANIE SHANKLAND FINANCE DIRECTOR FRONT COVER: FALL OUTSIDE THE CENTER BOX OFFICE BACK COVER: OLIVER WOOD - JAN 19, 2020
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AGNES BOURNE VALERIE BROWN SHARI BROWNFIELD KEVIN CRAWFORD RANDY DEPREE AMANDA FLOSBACH CLAY GEITTMANN JEFF GOLIGHTLY CECILIA HERBERT JOHN HUMMEL REECE JENKINS BRONWYN MINTON AMANDA MOORE BILL O’NEIL JESSE RYAN KAREN STEWART NONA YEHIA
one of us could have anticipated the year that 2020 turned out to be. Society faced unprecedented challenges, but consequently we all learned so many lessons. At Center for the Arts, as we reflect on the year, we take this opportunity to focus on noteworthy projects, silver linings, and how it was all made possible by you, our generous network of supporters. In March, as theater events were canceled and activity across our campus screeched to a halt, we knew our role at that time was to provide a means to stay connected and to offer moments of joy for our community. As first responders locally and nationally adapted to a quicklyevolving health crisis, we worked to launch a series of free virtual programs. We hosted over 40 virtual events throughout the summer and provided a platform for local artists to continue presenting their craft. As the pandemic unfolded, we were also reminded of the importance of supporting one another. Many organizations in our community found themselves with a sudden need to connect with their patrons digitally, and we responded by investing in a robust streaming system and developing the technical expertise to support the organizations around us. Thanks to several key donors and sponsors, we positioned ourselves to meet this emerging need while keeping our services extremely affordable. The 22 organizations who call The Center home came together to secure several months of rent relief through the Emergency Response Fund provided by the Community Foundation of Jackson Hole. We are incredibly grateful to the Community Foundation for this generous support. In addition, there was an overwhelmingly positive response throughout our donor community about how our organizations were working together to support one another and as a result we were able to fundraise for additional rent relief through the remainder of 2020 and into much of 2021. After serving in an acting capacity during the first few months of the pandemic, Marty Camino was appointed Executive Director on August 1, 2020. Marty’s dedication to our local arts community and his ability to adapt quickly to rapidly changing circumstances has positioned him to be an impactful and thoughtful leader for The Center. This
DAVID HOPKINS CHAIR MACK MENDENHALL SECRETARY CHRIS LEA TREASURER
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year taught us that organizations must not only focus on vision and mission to thrive, but also remain adaptable and responsive to the ever-changing needs of those they serve. As we look ahead, The Center will continue to fill a key role in nurturing and highlighting the cultural vitality of our community. We have demonstrated our ability to remain nimble when faced with unpredictable circumstances, and we are as dedicated as ever to delivering on our mission of providing a dedicated campus, supporting excellent programming, and nurturing a collaborative spirit. Thank you for supporting us in these efforts, and we look forward to continuing our work together in 2021 and beyond.
Marty Camino, Executive Director
David Hopkins, Board Chair
WHY WE DO WHAT WE DO
OUR VISION: TO MAKE ARTISTIC EXPERIENCE CENTRAL TO JACKSON HOLE BY EMBRACING THE VALUES OF STEWARDSHIP, EXCELLENCE, INCLUSION, CREATIVITY, AND RESPECT.
THE CENTER IS A PRIVATE 501(c)(3) NOT-FOR-PROFIT ORGANIZATION FUNDED LARGELY BY GENEROUS GIFTS FROM OUR PATRONS.
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OUR MISSION: TO CONNECT OUR CREATIVE COMMUNITY BY PROVIDING A DEDICATED CAMPUS, SUPPORTING EXCELLENT PROGRAMMING, AND NURTURING A COLLABORATIVE SPIRIT.
BRINGING MOMENTS OF JOY When the pandemic hit in March 2020, The Center was forced to recalibrate. Traditional campus activities came to a halt. To continue connecting our creative community, we streamed over 40 free virtual events to over 40,000 viewers. We hosted performances from The Center Theater, virtual gallery shows, and numerous artist talks. We organized smaller outdoor gatherings and installed
several outdoor exhibits. These initiatives delivered moments of joy to our community during a time of great uncertainty, and provided a platform for local artists to continue sharing their work. As we take stock of recent events, we want to thank the countless individuals who supported these efforts and turned to The Center for continued inspiration.
MUSICIAN - ONE TON PIG
the past 25 years of living and performing in Jackson Hole, I have “ Over witnessed Jackson’s transformation into an arts mecca. Center for the Arts has been instrumental in responding to and nurturing the growth of the arts in Jackson. I believe that creativity is vital to the human experience filling our lives with inspiration and play. I am grateful to The Center for providing One Ton Pig a stage to play on during the pandemic as a part of their livestream music series. This gave us another reason to carry on as a band and helped us stay connected to our fans.
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both a performer and rabid consumer of the “ Asperforming arts, I believe Center for the Arts fills an essential role in the cultural fabric of Jackson Hole – and the surrounding communities. It’s an amazing space physically, with a proven track record of stellar programing. I can’t tell you how many times my jaw has dropped while sitting in the seats of The Center, and I’ve left feeling alive and inspired to up my own game.
Chalk It Up Sidewalk Chalk Art Festival / August 2020
OWNER - MONTESSORI SCHOOL OF THE TETONS
in the Yarn Bombing project this year because it provided “ Iaparticipated way for me to connect with our larger community during the pandemic.
Knit The Center / December 2020
I own the Montessori School of the Tetons, and had a group of children who learned how to finger knit and were very excited to participate. I love the idea of including all ages and abilities in community-based projects like this one, and the installation is so heartwarming, I am very proud to have been a part of it. I look forward to participating in more collaborative projects like this one at The Center in the future.
Mona Monroe jhcenterforthearts.org
Everything Will Be Alright Rainbow Project in collabortion with Art Association of Jackson Hole / April 2020
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A DONOR STORY Sharel Lund is Executive Director of One22 and has been a supporter of The Center since its creation.
Center has been a symbol of so “ The many things for me: a place for cultural advancement and new ideas, a safe and creative place for my children, an important economic gem for our Town, and a place where I can simply show up and learn. Today it’s a symbol of hope. Hope that while we’re all sacrificing, and doing our part to keep our neighbors healthy, on the other side of this crisis there will be something to make it all worthwhile. Gathering for entertainment, enrichment, expression and the simple and precious luxury of fun. I’m so grateful to hear of the rent relief grant for resident organizations, so that they can hit the ground running with the creative projects that make life worth living.
PHOTO COURTESY SHAREL LUND
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ARTS PARTNERSHIP FUND There are 22 arts and education organizations housed at Center for the Arts. As the financial uncertainty of the pandemic loomed over all of these groups, the need to work together to ensure financial stability for all became apparent. The Community Foundation of Jackson Hole, through their Emergency Response Fund, issued a challenge grant of $200,000 to The Center and its Resident Partners to help offset
ongoing rent expenses. These organizations worked together, met and exceeded the match requirements, and raised an additional $100,000 for collective rent relief. This effort inspired collaboration among the organizations in ways seldom seen before, and demonstrated the incredible potential that exists when our organizations come together and support one another.
This campaign was supported by the Wyoming Arts Alliance.
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RESIDENT RENT RELIEF Inspired by the success of the Arts Partnership Fund campaign, and knowing the financial challenges of COVID-19 would not conclude in 2020, Center for the Arts raised money to offer nearly $250,000 in direct rent relief through 2021 to the organizations that call The Center their creative home. This effort was made possible through
a generous donation from the Lea Charitable Trust and represents a further 40% reduction on the already subsidized lease rates. The Center Residents are independent nonprofit organizations who are essential to the vitality of our campus and our community; ensuring their sustainability ensures the future of The Center itself.
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR ART ASSOCIATION OF JACKSON HOLE
rent relief that Center for the Arts is giving “ The to Center Residents for 2021 is an incredible benefit to our organization during this continued time of uncertainty. The Art Association is very thankful as art-making is vital to our community and to our health and this kind of support helps us keep fulfilling our mission.
CLARE PAYNE SYMMONS
ARTISTIC DIRECTOR DANCERS’ WORKSHOP
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OFF SQUARE THEATRE COMPANY
all need to support one another “ We now more than ever. It is gestures like this that will pave the road of working closely together to benefit all arts organizations and in turn, provide extraordinary arts programming for our extraordinary community.
T H I N A I R S H A K E S P E A R E / O F F S Q U A R E T H E AT R E C O M PA N Y
COVID-19 pandemic has been “ The devastating for all arts organizations. This significant assistance moves our focus from surviving to thriving; we can set our sights on making great theatre in 2021.
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2020 CREATIVE IN RESIDENCE Each year, The Center’s Creative in Residence program highlights a notable artist, providing them with the support and creative latitude to activate The Center Campus in their own unique way. This initiative highlights an interdisciplinary process and results in an inspiring end product that is always one of a kind. In 2020, we
welcomed Agnes Bourne as our Creative in Residence, featuring outdoor installations and gallery exhibits created by local artists on display through 2021. Agnes’ residency, Sustain, emphasizes the importance of optimism and gratitude, and gifts the viewer with a deep appreciation for the beauty of nature, art, sustainability, and design.
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2020 CREATIVE IN RESIDENCE
Creative in Residency at The “ My Center is grounded in presenting art that highlights nature and sustainability. The outside installations focus on earth elements and humanity as they relate to each other. Through many exciting creative projects taking place on the campus from 2020-2021, we are celebrating nature, humanity and the Arts Commons, a place where everyone is welcome and invited to participate. ‘Whatever you can do or dream you can, begin it: boldness has genius, power, and magic in it.’ This is the essence of Sustain!
Support for this program comes from Wyoming Arts Council and Arts for All.
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BEN ROTH ARTIST
Center has been a grounding space for me “ The during the pandemic where I was able to work
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creatively in a supportive environment. Installing Earth Rise this past year in the courtyard as part of the Sustain project, I had to work odd hours and make a lot of noise running chainsaws and grinders. I heard nothing but support and encouragement from everyone at The Center and appreciated this friendly and welcoming space to work.
PRESIDENT - COMMUNITY FOUNDATION OF JACKSON HOLE
Community Foundation’s “ The Competitive Grants program is pleased to support The Center’s request for funding of live streaming equipment for digital programming. These technology improvements will enable The Center to continue serving the many nonprofit groups that use the theater for performances and programs.
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Center’s livestream “virtual” programming was key to the “ The most successful Avalanche Awareness Night event we’ve hosted in 21 years. This platform allowed for significant reach, bringing in viewers from all over the US and even Canada. With unrestricted virtual attendance, our event not only provided invaluable information to a greater audience but gave us the opportunity for a record-breaking fundraising effort benefiting Teton County Search & Rescue and Bridger Teton Avalanche Center. In the future, we will no doubt utilize The Center’s livestream offering in conjunction with an unparalleled lobby and theater experience. Absolutely the best venue in Jackson for our event.
LIVESTREAMING SERVICES After quickly adapting to virtual programming in early 2020, The Center invested in significant upgrades to establish a professional-quality livestream system. With this platform, we have been able to offer virtual event support to a broad range of organizations throughout our community. The improved system allows event organizers to deliver their programs without capacity or geographical limitations, and helps organizations make their content more accessible. As we look ahead, this livestream system will continue to supplement traditional live events for years to come as a means to reach a wider audience and diversify programmatic offerings. With challenging financial circumstances facing so many organizations this year, The Center committed to make utilizing our livestream system as affordable as possible. Thanks to support from the Wyoming Cultural Trust Fund and a group of generous donors, we were able to reduce rental and service rates by more than 75% as compared to a traditional venue rental, making it a viable avenue for organizations, large and small, to offer their programs through this virtual platform. Support for The Center’s livestream system comes from the Community Foundation of Jackson Hole and First Republic Bank.
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SPONSOR SPOTLIGHT Erik Warner is the Co-Founder of Eagle Point Hotel Partners and Owner of Anvil Hotel and Glorietta Trattoria. WHY DO YOU FEEL IT IS IMPORTANT TO REINVEST IN THE COMMUNITY? Communities are the backbone of our society. The more healthy each backbone is, the more healthy society will be, and a healthy society makes for a meaningful and happy existence for all. Communities work best when they are in balance and those who have more of anything, tangible or intangible, should give to those who have less. We invest in the community to do our part towards keeping it in balance.
WHY HAVE YOU CHOSEN TO SUPPORT THE CENTER? The arts are an integral part of every community and The Center does an amazing job helping balance the community through their mission.
WHAT HAVE THE ARTS AND THE CENTER MEANT TO YOU DURING THE PANDEMIC? I think Chagall said, “Great art picks up where nature ends.” And, well, nature put her foot down with this virus and through organizations like The Center, I know many found solace.
HOW HAS THE PANDEMIC MADE YOU APPRECIATE THE ARTS? I have always appreciated the arts, however, the pandemic gave me time to more deeply understand the interconnectedness of nature and art. It is more beautiful than I ever imagined.
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THANK YOU TO OUR DONORS IN 2020 $50,000 OR MORE
VALERIE BROWN AND DON BAKER AGNES BOURNE MAUREEN AND DAVID G. BROWN COMMUNITY FOUNDATION OF JACKSON HOLE MARK GROSVENOR LEA CHARITABLE TRUST OPATRNY FAMILY FOUNDATION: JUDY AND DON OPATRNY CRYSTAL AND CHRIS SACCA NOA AND TED STARYK WYOMING ARTS COUNCIL WYOMING ARTS ALLIANCE
$20,000 - $49,999
ANONYMOUS (3) REBECCA AND DMITRY BALYASNY H.F. BURROUGHS FAMILY FOUNDATION: ANDREA AND HAL BURROUGHS SUSAN AND JOSEPH DAVENPORT, III THE SAGE FOUNDATION: ROBERTA BOWMAN DENNING AND STEVE DENNING JENNY AND DON FELSINGER SHERYL AND JEFFREY FLUG BERTE HIRSCHFIELD DAVID AND DEBBY HOPKINS FOUNDATION: DEBBY AND DAVID HOPKINS DAWN AND JOHN HUMMEL JACKSON HOLE TRAVEL AND TOURISM BOARD DOUG MACKENZIE WILLIAM C. NEWTON THE NINER FOUNDATION: PAM AND DICK NINER THE O’NEIL FOUNDATION: JANET AND BILL O’NEIL WALTER I. “MIKE” AND JEAN LOUISE THIEME DONOR ADVISED FUND: SUE ROPE CHRISTY WALTON PENN CHARITABLE FUND: TERESA AND BILL WATERMAN
$10,000 - $19,999
ANONYMOUS (1) HELEN AND FRED ARBUCKLE ELEANORE AND JOHN CARIFA PEGGY AND KIRK DAVENPORT THE GEORGE AND KAREN JAMES FAMILY
FOUNDATION INC.: KAREN AND GEORGE JAMES THE JAQUITH FAMILY FOUNDATION: PATTY AND DICK JAQUITH JACQUE AND JOHN JARVE REECE JENKINS JENNY AND KURT LISTUG PATTY AND JOHN LUMMIS MARGE AND GIL ORDWAY UNION PACIFIC MATCHING GIFTS PROGRAM LISA AND MARK VALLELY ALLISON VON MAUR
$5,000 - $9,999
SARA ADAMSON MRB FOUNDATION, INC.: WINSLOW BENT JOLANE AND KEVIN CRAWFORD BETSY AND PETE FORSTER THE CHARLES FOUNDATION: THERESA POLK GODCHAUX PETER GOTTFRIED KERRI RATCLIFFE AND DOUG HENDERSON A.C. AND PENNEY HUBBARD FOUNDATION, INC.: PENNEY AND A.C. HUBBARD ERIKA PEARSALL AND NED JANNOTTA IRENE AND ALAN LUND ADRIENNE AND JOHN MARS KATIE AND MACK MENDENHALL MARION AND DAVID MUSSAFER ANNETTE AND NOAH OSNOS C.I.O.S.: SHIRLEY AND PAUL PIPER ANN AND STEVE RYAN MICHELE GAMMER AND ANDY SALTER ANITA AND JULIAN SAUL FOUNDATION: ANITA AND JULIAN SAUL MICHAEL SELLETT LISA AND GLENN STEELE MAGGIE AND KEITH STOLTZ OPEN HANDS FOUNDATION: JULIE AND DARRICK WALKER WHITELEY AND NICK WHEELER THE WHITLEY FAMILY CHARITABLE FUND WYOMING BUSINESS COUNCIL
$1,000 - $4,999 ANONYMOUS (3)
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MARCIA KUNSTEL AND JOE ALBRIGHT JEAN ANDERSON BETTY AND SHAUN ANDRIKOPOULOS LOUIS J. APPIGNANI FOUNDATION: LAURIE AND LOU APPIGNANI ARTS FOR ALL CAROLE AND BURKE BAKER DEBBIE AND RANDY BARKER PETER K BARKER FOUNDATION: PETER BARKER SHARI BROWNFIELD FRANK BRUMMER MARY KATE BUCKLEY MEGAN AND RALPH CALLAWAY HILARY AND MARTY CAMINO KAREN AND JIM COLEMAN EUNICE AND DAVID CONINE LUCY AND BILL CONLEY CHRISTIAN LACROSSE FOUNDATION: BLYTHE AND COLBY COX ANNA D’ANDREA J.P. DEPREE FAMILY FUND: RANDY DEPREE MICHELE AND DOUG DILLARD DONOVAN FAMILY FOUNDATION: NANCY AND DAVID DONOVAN CINDY AND DAVID EDELSON DAVID ELAN JACQUELINE AND CHRISTIAN ERDMAN THOMAS M. EVANS JR. FOUNDATION: TANIA AND TOM EVANS LISA AND CHUCK FLEISCHMAN LISA AND ARE FRIESECKE KATHY AND LEE GARDNER PAMELA AND SCOTT GIBSON AMY AND JEFF GOLIGHTLY ELIZABETH AND HORACE GRAY III MYRNA AND STEPHEN GREENBERG DEIRDRE AND VANCE GRIFFITH GUERRERO FAMILY FOUNDATION: FERNANDO GUERRERO JULIE ANN GIACOBASSI AND ZACH HALL LYDIA AND RON HARRINGTON BRUCE HAWTIN JJ HEALY DOUBLE CHASE MANAGEMENT LLC: DAVID HOPKINS
MISSY AND DAVID HOSTER MAGGIE AND JIM HUNT LIANA FOUNDATION: SUSAN AND JOHN JACKSON JACKSON HOLE GROCER: JEFF RICE EMILY AND ADAM JANAK CASEY AND TOM KALISHMAN ABBY AND PAUL KEEHN KATHARINE CONOVER AND FRED KELLER JANE AND CHARLES KUSEK BEEDEE LADD SPIRIT DANCE FOUNDATION: FLO LEMLE SHAREL LUND HAMPTON AND KEVIN LUZAK KAREN CONNELLY AND LAURENTIUS MARAIS MILLIE MAXWELL AMY KOMMER MINELLA AMANDA AND TREY MOORE JILLIAN AND CLAY MOORHEAD CAROLINE MORTIMER SAWMILL FOUNDATION: HILLARY AND MAC MUNRO BLAKE MYCOSKIE JULIE AND HUGH O’HALLORAN EMWIGA FOUNDATION: TRINA AND MIKE OVERLOCK RITA AND HENRY RICHTER TERRY AND BERT ROMBERG JANE AND NELSON SCHWAB KIMBERLEY BLACK AND JOHN SHELTON NANCY JARRELL AND ED SMAIL JANET SMITH GARNETT A. SMITH FAMILY FOUNDATION: BITSY AND GARNETT SMITH CAMERON BARKER AND BRANDON SPACKMAN EMILIE AND ETHAN STEINBERG KIMBERLY AND SIMON STERTZER KAREN AND DICK STEWART NONA YEHIA AND MARK SULLIVAN ANNA AND STEVE SULLIVAN SUSAN AND NICK SUTTON STS FOUNDATION: PAM AND PHELPS SWIFT KAREN TERRA ROBYNE AND RANDOLPH TOWNSEND BARBARA AND STAN TRACHTENBERG KAREN AND PETER WARSHAW JENNIFER AND MATT WIENER
WOLFENSOHN FAMILY FOUNDATION BRENDA WYLIE WYOMING CULTURAL TRUST FUND WYOMING HUMANITIES COUNCIL
$500 - $999
ANONYMOUS (12) SUSAN AND GEOFF ARMSTRONG MICKEY BABCOCK JEAN BARASH AND DAVE BARRETT AMBIKA AND JAMES BLACKBURN STEPHANIE BRENNAN WILLI BROOKS AMY AND BOMBER BRYAN KEITH BURKE SALLY AND JIM BYRNE JANE AND JOHN CAREY CHAPMAN FAMILY FOUNDATION: KATHARINE CHAPMAN KATHY SMITH AND LITT CLARK NISHA AND STEPHEN DUBOIS ROBIN AND JOHN FIELDS SARAH BENINGA AND CLAY GEITTMANN VALERIE AND JOHN GOETTLER GIGI AND MIKE HALLORAN LESLYE AND DAVID HARDIE LARRY JORGENSEN NANCIE JULIAN JANET AND STEVE KALALIAN KRISTIN AND MICHAEL KELLY KRISTEN AND PETER KERN CHARLOTTE KIDD DAVE LANDES ALBERT AND BERTHA MARKSTEIN FOUNDATION: ROBERT G. MARKSTEIN PAT AND GEORGE MCELROY VICKI BASS MORROW CHRISTINE AND DAVID MURDOCH JR. FAMILY FOUNDATION: CHRISTINE AND DAVID MURDOCH JULIE AND WILL OBERING LOUISE AND JOE PARZICK LESLIE PETERSEN AND HANK PHIBBS TETON ORGANIC LLC: STACY AND JARED POBRE ANDREA AND MONROE ROSENTHAL
2020 DONORS (CONTINUED)
SCHWARTZ FAMILY TETON COUNTY LEGACY FUND: CHERYL AND BILL SCHWARTZ SUSAN SPACKMAN TERRI THOMAS UBS MATCHING GIFTS PROGRAM DEBORAH AND WILLIAM WARD CHRIS AND ERICH WILBRECHT
$100 - $499
ANONYMOUS (19) SALISBURY ADAMS ALEXANDRA AND NICK ALESSANDRO DEANN AND DANIEL ANDERSON REBECCA APFELBERG SALLIE AND DUBY AUSLEY GAINOR AND JOSEPH BENNETT JAN AND ROBERT BENZ MARYLOU BERRA SHARON AND KEN BEVIS LINDSAY AND JACKSON BRANDENBURG GREGORY BRAZELTON MARGARET AND ANDREW BRIGHAM THE BROOKS FOUNDATION: LINDA AND TONY BROOKS AMY AND HERB BROOKS ALEATHIA HOSTER AND TIM BROWN PETER BURGER RENE AND MICK CAMINO
ANN HARVEY AND MICHAEL CAMPBELL SUSIE AND BOB CASPAR HAYDEN AND JACK CATES JASON COLE LESLIE COOK AND REID BAUER KIM AND GEORGE CORNELSON HELEN AND MIKE COTTINGHAM MERLE JO CRANDALL MARGARET AND JOHN CULBERTSON MAGGIE DAVIS PEGGIE AND BOBBY DEPASQUALE JAMES DEPASQUALE PAULINE TOWERS-DYKEMAN AND PAUL DYKEMAN STEPHEN DYNIA FACEBOOK KATHARINE FALCO DAWN FELCHLE SARAH AND STEPHEN FETTERS JILL VEBER AND RAYMOND FINK MARCIA ALLEN AND GARY FINKEL JAMES FOSTER JULIE AND FRED GASTON HEATHER GRAY CARTER GRAY JUDITH GRIMES JILL BALDAUF AND STEVE GROSSMAN BONNIE AND SHELLY GUREN
LACHLAN HARDIE JANICE HARRIS BARBARA HAUGE CHARISSE AND CURT HAWS MERRIL HERMANSON CYNTHIA AND TOM HIRSCH KAREN AND RICHARD HOBBINS SHELLEY AND JOHN HOLLAND CATHERINE AND THOMAS HOLLAND HUNGRY JACK’S FACTORY INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY: ZACH HUSEBY AND ED FRIES JUDITH AND DARRELL KAELBER SAM KANTER BARB KAPLAN RENEE KASWAN PAMELA KEARNS JULIE BIRRER AND KRAIG KOBERT KATHRYN NYROP AND STEPHEN KOCH PAMELA AND CHARLES KOOB JOSEE LAROCHELLE CATHY O’CONNOR AND CHRIS LARSON CLARENE AND CREEK LAW CLAUDIA WAGNER AND DON LEIBOWITZ SAMANTHA LIVINGSTON JEANNE AND KEVIN LONG DEBBIE AND WARREN MACHOL ANN AND CLARK MACKENZIE
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PATRICIA AND DONALD MACNAUGHTON KATHLEEN AND MIKE MAGUE DEBORAH AND BOB MALHEIRO ELIZABETH DRAPELA AND STEVE MARKASON GARY MARSHALL GEORGIA MAYER HOLLY MCCOLLISTER MICHELLE AND SHANNON MCCORMICK SUSAN MCDOWELL FOUNDATION: SUSIE MCDOWELL SARAH MCGILL MARY MCSORLEY MARIAN AND DAVE MEYERS JOHN MILLARD ELAINE LUTZ AND RICK MILLER JIM MITCHELL TOM MONTGOMERY JUDY AND MATT MONTAGNE AMY AND PAUL MOWER SWEET LIFE FOUNDATION: ANNE AND TOM MULLER COLLEEN AND JOHN MURRAY MIA JENSEN AND SEAN O’MALLEY ONE TON PIG LLC BRANDIE AND MEL ORCHARD EUGENIE COPP AND KEN OVERFIELD DARYL AND FRED PEIGHTAL LAURIE ANDREWS AND PERK PERKINS
JACLYN PIERCE LISA AND SCOTT PIERSON SHARON POWELL PAULA SZYPKO AND MARTY QUADLAND GLENDA AND WILLIAM RAMSAY LUCY AND HARLEY RANKIN SHELBY AND ROSIE READ CAROLYN AND ANDY RIPPS CRAIG ROBINSON IN HONOR OF SHEENA DHAMSANIA CHERYL AND JOHN ROSEVEAR JOYCE FRYE AND DOUG ROSS DAVID ROSSETTER CLAUDIA AND MICHAEL SCHROTZ JENNIFER SCOTT KARLA SHERMAN SAUL SILVERSTEIN ABBY AND MIKE SMERKLO YVONNE SMITH MELISSA AND JASON SNIDER RAD SPENCER PATRICIA DEEDS STARR AND DAN STARR STEPHEN STEC BRIDGET MULLEN AND MICHAEL STERN SONDA DENISE AND THOMAS STROZZA JONATHAN STUART MINDY AND GREG STURGIS MARK TARRANT
RESIDENT LEASES 11%
With pandemic-related restrictions on gatherings for much of the year, typical earned revenue streams were significantly impacted. Thanks to the generosity of our donors and federal relief programs, unearned revenue made up for this shortfall and constituted the majority of our funding streams in 2020. Despite the challenging circumstances of the year, The Center was able to maintain a balanced budget and remain in a stable financial position. INDIVIDUAL CONTRIBUTIONS 47%
PROGRAMS & EVENTS
PROGRAMS & EVENTS
INVESTMENT ACCOUNT DISTRIBUTIONS
GRANTS & PANDEMIC-RELATED RELIEF 23%
FACILITIES MAINTENANCE 49%
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BETH THEBAUD BRITTANY AND KYLE THOMPSON SHIRLEY AND WES TIMMERMAN AMY AND STEVE UNFRIED KAREN VAN NORMAN EVIE LEWIS AND DOUG VOGEL BETTY AND JIM WALTON BETSY CARLIN AND BECKY WATSON ANN NEUMANN AND ANDREW WATSON BETH AND ELIOT WEGBREIT MAGGIE RADFORD AND BOB WEISS MARYJO AND GARY WEISSMAN JULIANN WHELAN ALICE WIDDESS KAREN WILBRECHT JESS AND PAUL WIREMAN MELODY LIN AND LORING WOODMAN JAN AND JIM WOODMENCEY SUSAN AND DAVID WORK SARA FLITNER AND BILL WOTKYNS PADGETT HOKE AND SAM ZUCKERMAN
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DEB WUERSCH AND BOB ABLONDI SARAH ADAMS VIRGINIA AND MICHAEL ADLER RYAN, JOHN, AND MARK ADORNEY PAUL AGRRON AMAZON SMILE GINGER ANDERSON K’LEA ANDREAS ANONYMOUS (38) ANONYMOUS IN HONOR OF THE ROPE FAMILY BARBARA ARONOWITZ VICKIE AND CHARLES ATWATER MARK BADBURG AMANDA AND SCOTT BALLEW GRACE BARCA MARGARET BARRIE REID BAUER ANN FRAME AND EDWARD BEDDOW GILLIAN BERRIAN REBECCA BEXTEL JOAN CERVENKA AND RANDY BORCHARDT BRAD BOYER ANNE AND CLAY BRADLEY CLAUDIA BUENO JOYCE BUTCHER ROBIN AND PHILLIP CAMERON
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