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Annual Report 2009

Partnership » Letter from Chairman of the Board of Trustees and President . . . . . . . . . 3 » Letter from the Mayor and Parks Commissioner. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Craftsmanship » Map of Capital Projects. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 » Central Park’s Playgrounds. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 » Ancient Playground . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 » Ancient Playground: William Church Osborn Memorial Gates. . . . . . . . . 8 » Tarr Family Playground. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 » Landscape South of the Mount and Conservatory Garden. . . . . . . . . . . 10 » The Lake: Ramble Shoreline. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 » The Lake: Oak Bridge . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 » West 69th Street Entrance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Stewardship » Operations: Zone Gardeners. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 » Operations: Volunteer Programs and Environmental Initiatives. . . . . . . . 17 » Research: The Survey and “The Central Park Effect”. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 » Public Programs: Tours and Recreation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Friendship » Special Events and Programs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Special Report: The Storm. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Financials. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 Lists » Board of Trustees. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 » Women’s Committee; Conservancy Councils. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 » Contributors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41 » Women’s Committee Programs and Events. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57 » Conservancy Special Events. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60 » Staff and Volunteers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61 Ways to Support the Park. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66 Info and Credits. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67

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Central Park Conservancy We are at a critical moment in the history of both Central Park and the Conservancy. Since the Conservancy’s founding in 1980, a major focus has been to secure the Park’s future by creating a management model that would protect its landscapes and structures from the cycles of decline and restore that had plagued Central Park from the 1870s through the 1970s. Due to the recent severe downturn in the economy that began in the fall of 2008, Central Park, which is primarily dependent on private contributions, is being tested as in no other time in the Conservancy’s nearly 30 years of restoring the Park. As we enter the Conservancy’s 30th anniversary year in 2010, we must never forget the deteriorated state that Central Park was in only three decades ago. We celebrate the extraordinary importance that private individuals, foundation, corporate, and City contributions have made to the Conservancy. The Park needs our supporters now more than ever before to help us ensure that during these challenging times Central Park is not victimized by the vicissitudes of the economic climate and remains stable and secure. Fortunately the Conservancy had the foresight in 2005 to launch the $100 million Campaign for Central Park, embodying two objectives: to enable us to complete the transformation of the Park, and to help secure the future with longterm operating support. The campaign was so successful that we raised $20 million more than

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the original goal of $100 million and completed the campaign in three years, one year ahead of our expectations. It was the foresight and the triumph of this effort that put the Park and the Conservancy in a stronger position than it would have been otherwise during the current economic downturn. Additionally, as responsible managers, we restructured the organization last January by streamlining operations in an effort to decrease costs and increase efficiencies. The resulting reductions have been implemented in such a way as to have the least impact on the ongoing operations and maintenance of the Park. These changes have enabled us to maintain the level of excellence we take such great pride in. The greatest test of the Conservancy’s expertise in the Park’s management occurred with the severe storm on the night of August 18, 2009, which felled over 500 trees, damaged more than 1,000 others, and devastated major landscapes in the north end of the Park (see The August 18th Storm: Recovery and Restoration, p. 23). Despite the unprecedented magnitude of this storm and the reduction in staff, the Conservancy was still able to rise immediately to the challenge of responding to the damage.

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proud to say that the Park’s structures and its landscapes remain clean, healthy, safe, and beautiful. As we move forward with your steadfast support, the Conservancy is committed to upholding our standards of excellence for restoration, management, maintenance, and public programs so that New Yorkers will continue to have Central Park as a central joy in their lives. This report highlights the newly completed capital projects in the Park, as well as the innovative operational and stewardship programs that have been initiated in the past year — including the decision to publish this report entirely online. From the Board of Trustees and the Conservancy staff, we thank you once again for your past and continuing support.

Thomas L. Kempner, Jr.

Chairman, Central Park Conservancy

Douglas Blonsky

President, Central Park Conservancy and Central Park Administrator

Through the generosity of our many donors and volunteers, new creative management practices, and our extraordinarily dedicated staff, we are

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City of New York The Central Park Conservancy has always been a leader when it comes to making our City an even greater place to live, work, and visit thanks to the support of their generous donors, and their dedicated staff and volunteers. This commitment was on full display in the aftermath of the flash storm that struck northern Manhattan on August 18, damaging and destroying trees and ravaging the historic landscapes of Central Park. Thanks to the outstanding leadership of Douglas Blonsky and the Conservancy — and with the donations from civic-minded New Yorkers and supporters from beyond the five boroughs — we were able to rise to the occasion, respond to the crisis, and put an ambitious restoration effort into effect. It was in this same spirit that our Administration launched NYC Service — a bold, wide-ranging initiative that will make our City the easiest in the nation for residents to volunteer and lend their talents to help tackle tough challenges. The Conservancy’s volunteers and donors are answering this call to service, understanding that those who care about their parks are the best way to keep them moving ahead. And we’ve already seen great results: this year, with City and private support, Central Park’s two iconic adventure playgrounds, the Tarr Family Playground and Ancient Playground, were each renovated. The Conservancy also continued its

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restoration of the Lake, whose shoreline has been rebuilt, and habitat made more lush and sustainable, a wonderful resource for future generations. Conscientious New Yorkers like you came together to support this magnificent Park through nearly three decades of transformation and one of the biggest natural disasters in its history — and we now have a great opportunity to restore these historic landscapes created 150 years ago by Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux, ensuring that Central Park’s greatest days are still to come. We look forward to working together to continue fostering this spirit of community service and make Central Park — and our City — greener and greater than ever.

Adrian Benepe

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Central Park Capital Work 1980 – 2009 TheOak  Lake: Oak Bridge Bridge

West 69th St. 

West 69thEntrance Street Entrance

Central Park West

Western  Shoreline

  

The Point

The Pool Central Park North

Central Park South

The Lake Cherry Hill Bow  Bridge

Reservoir The  Ramble

The Pond Reservoir East Landscape

East Meadow & The  96th St. Arboretum Landscape Playground  & Landscape

Ancient  and the Ancient Playground Playground &  William Church Osborn Memorial Gates Osborn Gates

The Fort  Landscape Harlem Meer

Fifth Avenue

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E 97 ST

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Ramble  The Lake: Shoreline Ramble Shoreline

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E 72 ST

E 65 ST

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Fifth Avenue

W 110 ST

W 97 ST

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Tarr Family Playground Playground W 81 ST

W 72 ST

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Landscape South of  Landscape South of the Mount andConservatory Garden  Conservatory Garden & the Mount

Campaign Progress – Fiscal Year 2009 RESTORED 

Restored

LONG TERM MANAGEMENT/ REPLACEMENT IN KIND 

Long-Term Management/Replacement-in-Kind COMPLETED IN FY09

Completed in FY09

IN CONSTRUCTION FY09

In Construction FY09

IN PLANNING AND DESIGN FY09

In Planning and Design FY09

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Central Park’s Playgrounds The playgrounds in Central Park bring joy to New York City children and their caregivers. This year the Conservancy has restored Ancient Playground, at 85th Street, off Fifth Avenue and the Tarr Family Playground, at 100th Street, off Central Park West, as part of the projects supported by the Campaign for Central Park. Both playground reconstructions are a reinterpretation of their earlier 1970s adventure-style playground,

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which has been enormously popular with children. The Conservancy’s Capital Projects designers have retained the spirit of the original playgrounds while addressing the contemporary needs of children and the concerns of their caregivers. The reconstructed playgrounds provide new play experiences while bringing the playgrounds into compliance with current design standards for accessibility, safety, and sustainability.

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Ancient Playground Ancient Playground was created in 1972 across the transverse road from the site of the William Church Osborn Memorial Playground, which was demolished for the expansion of the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Egyptian art and antiquities collection. At that time, the museum’s displays of ancient art and the Park’s nearby Obelisk inspired a new adventurestyle playground, designed by architect Richard Dattner. Today’s reconstructed Ancient Playground was funded through the generosity of Carol and David Feinberg and New York City Council funds allocated by former

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Council Member Eva Moskowitz. “Ancient” features of the new playground include pyramid climbers and an obeliskslide. Water channels and a fountain amphitheater feature user-activated sprays and waterfalls, which help to conserve water. The entire playground has accessible routes to all of the play areas, and the rubber safety surfacing and outdoor safety carpet are wheelchair accessible. The comfort station has also been renovated and now provides access to the general public outside the playground’s gates, while inside the playground separate facilities were created for the children and their caregivers.

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Ancient Playground: William Church Osborn Memorial Gates The entrance to Ancient Playground features one of the most important works of art in Central Park — the William Church Osborn Memorial Gates by renowned American Art Deco sculptor Paul Manship. Originally designed for the Osborn Memorial Playground and dedicated in 1953, the cast-bronze gates feature five vignettes from Aesop’s Fables, and were prized as the most distinguished work of art in New York City that same year.

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For more than 30 years the vandalized gates lay in storage until the Daniel and Nancy Paduano Foundation generously funded their restoration in conjunction with the playground’s reconstruction. The Conservancy’s conservation staff reaffixed the detached bronze sculptural elements and had replacements for missing pieces, repaired cracks and breaks, and cleaned and repatinated the bronze. The granite piers have also been restored.

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Tarr Family Playground The original playground in this location was one of 19 added near the Park’s perimeter by Commissioner Robert Moses in 1935. By 1972 the original playground had fallen into disrepair and a group of neighborhood parents secured funding from a private foundation and commissioned a new “adventure-style” design that, 35 years later, was in need of another renovation. Thanks to the generosity of Patsy and Jeff Tarr and New York City Council funds allocated by late Council Member Philip Reed, the newly renovated playground once again provides that sense

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of adventure so important to the development of children. The Conservancy reconstructed and renovated such unique features as a climbing cone, concrete maze, and interactive waterspray. New climbers and swings were added, and all of the play equipment is placed on a sand-colored safety carpet. The surrounding landscape was also restored, and the relationship between the playground and the Park has been improved by lowering the fence height, creating a more generous landscape margin between the fence and the pathways and perimeter wall, and relocating the entrance to West 100th Street.

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Landscape South of the Mount and Conservatory Garden The Conservancy is undertaking a multi-phase initiative to restore the east side landscapes from the East Meadow to the Harlem Meer. The first phase addressed the area just south of the composting operation at the Mount and Conservatory Garden. A principal objective of the restoration was to link the landscape with adjacent parts of the Park by improving circulation routes. To enhance circulation, the landscape restoration realigned and reconstructed pathways to connect the walkway north and south of the Park’s East 102nd Street entrance. At last, visitors to the Conservatory Garden have access to the South Garden gate, which had not been opened to the public in decades, providing uninterrupted passage through the six-acre Garden. The Conservancy also improved irrigation and storm drainage infrastructure, and enhanced the lawns and seasonal plantings. This project was made possible thanks to the generosity of Fiona and Eric Rudin, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rudin, The Rudin Foundation, and May and Samuel Rudin Family Foundation.

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The Lake: Ramble Shoreline This year’s restoration of the Lake’s northern shoreline, which starts at Bow Bridge and ends at the Point, marks the completion of the Ramble’s picturesque shoreline (following page), one of the major projects of the Campaign for Central Park. Thanks to generous support from Donald Pels and Wendy Keys, improvements to the shoreline now frame views of Bethesda Terrace, Cherry Hill, and Bow Bridge and create a diversity of scenery so vital to the original design concept of the Park. To craft this important experience for Park visitors, the Conservancy established a

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variety of aquatic and wetland plantings along the shoreline, to complement the upland vegetation so important for the birds that make the Ramble their habitat. The Conservancy’s artisans created unique rustic benches at key locations to highlight these views. A rustic rail, consistent with the historic character of the Ramble, was also added. The Lake’s shoreline was stabilized to prevent erosion and sedimentation; storm water infrastructure was replaced, and a manual irrigation system was installed.

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The Lake: Oak Bridge When architect and Central Park co-designer Calvert Vaux created Oak Bridge in 1860, he sought a design that would reflect its location as an important transition between the Ramble woodland and the more pastoral and formal Park landscapes. Vaux’s conception for the bridge included oak decking, carved oak beams and posts set on stone abutments and piers, with panels of delicate ironwork in the railing. By 1935, all but the stone abutments and piers had deteriorated, and the railing and decking had been replaced with basic plank flooring and iron pipe rails that remained in place until Bank Rock Bay and the surrounding Lake shoreline was restored in 2008 with funds donated to the Conservancy’s Campaign for Central Park. To replicate the appearance of the original wooden bridge

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while creating a more durable one, the Conservancy’s Capital Projects staff designed a new bridge of structural steel, clad in cast aluminum and powercoated to resemble the painted carved oak elements of Vaux’s original conception. True to its name, the new decking and railing are made of oak. Visitors can now experience one of the most breathtaking views and artistic compositions in the Park — Central Park’s new Oak Bridge acts as the foreground attraction, the tranquil Lake as the middle ground, with the trees and New York City’s famous skyline as the magnificent backdrop (following page). The Conservancy is grateful to Richard Gilder and Lois Chiles, Robert Wilson, Butler Conservation Fund, Elizabeth Atwood, and Mary Jane Harris for their generous contribution to this historic project.

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West 69th Street Entrance Though added to Central Park in the 1950s, the pedestrian entrance at West 69th Street — flanked by rugged rock outcrops and several mature trees — evokes the picturesque character of Olmsted and Vaux’s original landscape conception. Thanks to generous funding from Anita and Robert Jacobson, the Conservancy’s Capital Projects Department designed a more welcoming entrance to the Park. The bridle path was moved a

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few feet to the east in order to enlarge the planting areas, thus creating a more unified landscape, while also providing Park visitors with a variety of seasonal plantings as they enter the Park. As a horticultural showcase, the entrance now features a variety of flowering trees, shrubs, perennials, bulbs, and groundcovers that complement the landscape alterations. Irrigation of the area was enhanced, which will facilitate long-term maintenance.

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Operations: Zone Gardeners Central to the Conservancy’s management success is our innovative zone management system, which has set the high standard of cleanliness and horticulture excellence in all 49 Park maintenance

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zones, carried out by Conservancy gardeners such as Lucy Cartagena (bottom left) at the Reservoir landscape, Cornell Simmons (bottom right) at Cedar Hill, and Julio Lopez (top left) at the Pond.

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Operations: Volunteer Programs and Environmental Initiatives The Conservancy’s Volunteer Department had a robust year, increasing the number of volunteers by 30 percent. The expansion has enabled the field staff to receive additional help with raking leaves, such as volunteer Gloria Talamas is doing (left), mulching, weeding, and general maintenance of the area. Volunteer Field Programs are generously funded by Ernst & Young LLP. The new Pitch In, Pick Up! program is aimed at the public by asking them to help clean the Park in designated areas. Additionally, reintroduced this year is the Greensward Guide program. These volunteers are trained to provide practical information, Park history and features, as well as informa-

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tion about the Conservancy and Park stewardship.These programs are supported, in part, by The Home Depot and JPMorgan Chase & Co. Click here for volunteer opportunities. This year the Conservancy expanded its environmental initiatives — the bottle and can recycling program now encompasses all ballfields, playgrounds, visitor centers, as well as selected landscapes. In addition, a Carry In/Carry Out program was instituted in the Park’s woodlands, and areaspecific signage was created to help inform Park visitors about these important environmental measures.

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Research

Conducting research about various aspects of Central Park and its visitors is one of the many valuable means that enables the Conservancy to update and improve its stewardship of the Park.

The Survey

We have completed a yearlong comprehensive user survey, which entailed counting visitors entering the Park and a short interview with those exiting the Park. The information gathered will help us to better serve visitors in our ongoing restoration and management of the Park. Analysis of the information will be announced in 2010.

“The Central Park Effect”

The Conservancy partnered with Appleseed, Inc., a consulting firm, to study the economic, social, and environmental impact of Central Park on the City. What we now are calling “The Central Park Effect” revealed that a wellmanaged, healthy, and dynamic Central Park — thanks to the Conservancy’s more than $500 million investment in the Park since its founding in 1980 — generates more than one billion dollars in annual economic activity and revenue for New York City. Click here to download the entire report, Valuing Central Park’s Contributions to New York City’s Economy.

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Public Programs: Seeing Central Park This year the Conservancy introduced Seeing Central Park, three new tour opportunities that enhance the Park experience and explain the role and mission of the Conservancy to visitors. Seeing Central Park: The Official Guide to the World’s Greatest Park, by the Conservancy’s Central Park photographer and historian Sara Cedar Miller, was published by Harry N. Abrams, Inc., in association with the Conservancy. The Conservancy is also offering Seeing Central Park: The Official Tour, a private, customized van tour, led by Miller. We are grateful to Toyota, North America, Inc., which generously donated two Highlander hybrid vans. Click here for tour information. Thirty-eight artists, performers, noted New Yorkers, and celebrated Park enthusiasts have

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generously lent their voices for an exciting new AudioGuide. The Conservancy introduced these recorded tours of Park features this summer, accessible to visitors on their cell phones. Small green signs can be found on lampposts throughout the Park with instructions on how to call for these entertaining and informative recordings (bottom left). Click here for sample AudioGuide tours.

Recreation The Conservancy expanded its summer youth invitational basketball tournaments to include more female teams for girls ages 14 to 18, and a fall tournament was created exclusively for girls teams (top left). These have proven to be very popular.

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Special Events and Programs The Conservancy has many giving opportunities to support our work, such as the Chairman’s Circle, President’s Circle, Greensward Circle, Planned Giving, and Women’s Committee, Conservators, and Membership programs. Members of our giving programs enjoy many benefits and interesting events, including an Evening at the Conservatory Garden and special behind-the-scenes tours. Our annual fundraising events — Playground Party, Taste of Summer, Halloween Ball, Frederick Law Olmsted Luncheon — are fun and contribute greatly to caring for Central Park. The Conservancy also provides many popular public programs, such as the Central Park Film Festival and Sandbox Programs.

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Playground Partners Ice Cream Social

Annual Family Member Night at Victorian Gardens

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Rudin Family Landscape Dedication

Sandbox Stories

Ancient Playground and William Church Osborn Memorial Gates Dedication

Conservators Ramble Tour

Halloween Ball

Oak Bridge Dedication

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Tarr Family Playground Dedication

Playground Partners Party

Conservators Garden Party

Frederick Law Olmsted Luncheon Co-Chairmen

Greensward Circle: An Evening in the Garden

Salon at the home of Simone and David Levinson featuring David Smick (left)

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The August 18, 2009 Storm: Recovery and Restoration The Damage

The severe storm that tore through the northern end of Central Park the night of August 18, 2009 was an event of a magnitude and intensity unprecedented in the Park’s 150-year history. In less than 30 minutes, more than 500 trees — some of them as old or older than the Park — were destroyed, many more were damaged, and major landscapes were devastated.

The Impact

The entire northern end of the Park, an area of approximately 275 acres, has been altered by the storm — in some places dramatically, and in others, beyond recognition. Many of the trees lost were among the tallest, largest, and finest specimens in the Park, including these twin linden trees on the East Meadow (top left).

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The Cleanup

Conservancy crews were on the scene, securing the sites of toppled trees and hanging limbs for the safety of the public, and clearing the drives and pathways. In the days and weeks following the storm, Conservancy crews supplemented by contractors removed hundreds of uprooted and severely damaged trees.

The Restoration

It is often the case that with adversity comes opportunity. In the near future we will establish the next generation of trees and a more diverse community of plants while restoring the historic character of the landscape.

The Funding

Over 2,400 donors, including Conservancy members, New Yorkers and friends of Central Park from around the country and the world, responded generously to the recovery effort, with donations still coming in every day. Led by CEO Jamie Dimon, JPMorgan Chase & Co., has donated $1 million to the Conservancy’s restoration effort, helping create new habitats for Central Park bird species and wildlife, as well as landscape restoration and tree plantings. The Conservancy is also grateful to Time Warner Cable of New York City for their extensive media coverage. To contribute to the Storm Damage Fund, click here.

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CENTRAL PARK CONSERVANCY, INC. Financial Statements and Schedule June 30, 2009 and 2008 (With Independent Auditors’ Report Thereon)

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CENTRAL PARK CONSERVANCY, INC. Balance Sheets June 30, 2009 and 2008 (Dollars in thousands)

Independent Auditors’ Report Assets

The Board of Trustees Central Park Conservancy, Inc.: We have audited the accompanying balance sheets of Central Park Conservancy, Inc. (the Conservancy) as of June 30, 2009 and 2008, and the related statements of activities and cash flows for the years then ended. These financial statements are the responsibility of the Conservancy’s management. Our responsibility is to express an opinion on these financial statements based on our audits. We conducted our audits in accordance with auditing standards generally accepted in the United States of America. Those standards require that we plan and perform the audit to obtain reasonable assurance about whether the financial statements are free of material misstatement. An audit includes consideration of internal control over financial reporting as a basis for designing audit procedures that are appropriate in the circumstances, but not for the purpose of expressing an opinion on the effectiveness of the Conservancy’s internal control over financial reporting. Accordingly, we express no such opinion. An audit also includes examining, on a test basis, evidence supporting the amounts and disclosures in the financial statements, assessing the accounting principles used and significant estimates made by management, as well as evaluating the overall financial statement presentation. We believe that our audits provide a reasonable basis for our opinion. In our opinion, the financial statements referred to above present fairly, in all material respects, the financial position of Central Park Conservancy, Inc. as of June 30, 2009 and 2008, and the changes in its net assets and its cash flows for the years then ended, in conformity with U.S. generally accepted accounting principles. Our audits were made for the purpose of forming an opinion on the basic financial statements taken as a whole. The supplementary information included in Schedule 1 is presented for purposes of additional analysis and is not a required part of the basic financial statements. Such information has been subjected to the auditing procedures applied in the audit of the 2009 basic financial statements and, in our opinion, is fairly stated in all material respects in relation to the 2009 basic financial statements taken as a whole.

Cash Short-term investments (note 3) Accounts receivable (note 12) Prepaid expenses and other assets Inventory Contributions receivable, net (note 4) Other investments (note 3) Investments held under split-interest agreements 457(b) deferred compensation plan (note 10) Fixed assets, net (note 5) Total assets

2009

2008

$

2,668 32,034 11,428 272 80 14,002 117,585 584 246 502

2,497 35,369 7,153 235 126 17,906 152,112 639 195 698

$

179,401

216,930

$

5,157 370 246

5,720 378 195

5,773

6,293

14,074 50,888

13,753 64,333

64,962

78,086

35,196 73,470

61,818 70,733

173,628

210,637

179,401

216,930

Liabilities and Net Assets Liabilities: Accounts payable and accrued expenses (note 11) Liabilities under split-interest agreements 457(b) deferred compensation plan liability (note 10) Total liabilities Net assets: Unrestricted: Available for operations Board designated (notes 6 and 7) Total unrestricted Temporarily restricted (notes 6 and 7) Permanently restricted (notes 6 and 7) Total net assets Total liabilities and net assets

$

See accompanying notes to financial statements.

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Year ended June 30, 2009 (With comparative summarized totals for 2008) (Dollars in thousands)

Revenues, gains (losses), and other support: Contributions Revenue from the City of New York: Contract revenue (note 12) Project revenue (note 12)

$

Special events revenue Less expenses incurred for special events

Operations

Unrestricted Board designated

Total unrestricted

Temporarily restricted

Permanently restricted

8,627

3,974

12,601

3,572

2,698

18,871

31,034

5,128 —

— 2,143

5,128 2,143

— 2,395

— —

5,128 4,538

4,786 4,085

3,902 (792)

— —

3,902 (792)

— —

— —

3,902 (792)

4,045 (756)

3,110

3,110

Totals 2009

2008

3,110

3,289

278 25 (39) — 1,982

415 (7,581) (4,733) (54) —

693 (7,556) (4,772) (54) 1,982

1,092 (18,940) (1,801) — —

— (2,415) (463) — —

1,785 (28,911) (7,036) (54) 1,982

1,708 22,692 (16,619) (31) 2,502

Total revenues, gains (losses)

19,111

(5,836)

13,275

(13,682)

(180)

(587)

53,446

Net assets released from restrictions: Contributions, other revenues, and gains (losses) Administrative cost recovery

15,256 2,376

(7,775) —

7,481 2,376

(7,481) (2,376)

— —

— —

Interest and dividends, net of investment expenses of $793 Net (loss) gain on sale of investments Change in unrealized loss on investments Change in value of split-interest agreements Other (note 9)

— —

Total net assets released from restrictions

17,632

(7,775)

9,857

(9,857)

Total revenues, gains (losses), and other support

36,743

(13,611)

23,132

(23,539)

(180)

(587)

53,446

Expenses: Program services: Design and construction Horticulture, maintenance, and operations Visitor services Total program services Supporting services: Fund-raising Management and general Total supporting services Total expenses Increase (decrease) in net assets before transfers Clarification of donor intent Increase (decrease) in net assets Net assets at beginning of year Net assets at end of year

$

10,736 13,558 3,512

— — —

10,736 13,558 3,512

— — —

— — —

10,736 13,558 3,512

13,836 13,718 3,580

27,806

27,806

27,806

31,134

4,895 3,721

— —

4,895 3,721

— —

— —

4,895 3,721

4,955 3,497

8,616

8,616

8,616

8,452

36,422

36,422

36,422

39,586

(37,009)

13,860

321

(13,611)

(13,290)

(23,539)

(180)

166

166

(3,083)

2,917

321

(13,445)

(13,124)

(26,622)

2,737

— (37,009)

— 13,860

13,753

64,333

78,086

61,818

70,733

210,637

196,777

14,074

50,888

64,962

35,196

73,470

173,628

210,637

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CENTRAL PARK CENTRAL CONSERVANCY, PARK CONSERVANCY, CENTRAL INC. PARKINC. CONSERVANCY, INC. Statement of Activities Statement of ActivitiesStatement of Activities

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Year ended June Year 30,ended 2008June 30, 2008 Year ended June 30, 2008 (Dollars in thousands) (Dollars in thousands)(Dollars in thousands) Unrestricted Unrestricted Unrestricted Board Board Total Total Temporarily Temporarily Permanently Permanently Board Total Temporarily Operations Operations designated designated unrestricted unrestricted restricted restricted restricted restricted Totals Operations designated unrestricted restricted Revenues, (losses), and other support: Revenues, gains (losses),gains and other support: Revenues, gains (losses), and other support: Contributions Contributions Contributions theYork: CityRevenue of New from York:the City of New York: Revenue fromRevenue the City from of New Contract revenue Contract (note revenue 12) (noteContract 12) revenue (note 12) Project revenue (note revenue 12) Project revenue (note 12) Project (note 12)

Permanently restricted Totals

Totals

$ 9,517

9,517 5,010 $

5,010 9,517 14,527

14,527 5,0107,332

7,332 14,5279,175

9,175 7,332 31,034

31,034 9,175

31,034

4,786 —

4,786 — — 4,085

4,786 — 4,786 — 4,085 4,085

4,786 — — 4,085 — 4,085

4,786 — — 4,085 — —

—— 4,786 —— 4,085

4,786 — — 4,085

4,786 4,085

4,045 (756)

4,045 (756)

— —

4,045 — 4,045 (756) — (756)

— 4,045 — (756)

— —

4,045 — — (756) — —

—— 4,045 —— (756)

— 4,045 — (756)

4,045 (756)

3,289

3,289

3,289 — 3,289

— 3,289

3,289 — —

—— 3,289

— 3,289

3,289

827 9 (15) — 2,150

827 255 9 6,570 (15)(4,627) — (31) 2,150 —

255 8271,082 6,570 96,579 (4,627) (15) (4,642) (31) — (31) — 2,150 2,150

1,082 255 566 6,579 6,570 14,609 (4,642) (4,627) (10,655) (31) (31) — 2,150 — 352

566 1,082 60 14,609 6,5791,504 (10,655) (4,642) (1,322) — (31) — 352 — 2,150

60 5661,708 1,504 14,609 22,692 (1,322) (10,655) (16,619) —— (31) — 3522,502

1,70860 22,692 1,504 (16,619) (1,322) (31) — 2,502 —

1,708 22,692 (16,619) (31) 2,502

Total revenues, Total revenues, gains (losses) gains (losses) Total revenues, gains (losses)

20,563

20,56311,262

11,262 20,563 31,825

31,825 11,262 12,204

12,204 31,8259,417

9,417 12,204 53,446

53,446 9,417

53,446

Net assets from Net assets released from released restrictions: Netrestrictions: assets released from restrictions: other and gains (losses) Contributions,Contributions, other revenues, and revenues, gains Contributions, (losses) other revenues, and gains (losses) AdministrativeAdministrative cost recovery cost recovery Administrative cost recovery

20,243 2,408

20,243(10,920) 2,408 —

(10,920) 20,2439,323 2,408 — 2,408

9,323 (9,323) (10,920) 2,408 —(2,408)

(9,323) 9,323 — (2,408) 2,408 —

— (9,323) — (2,408) — —

—— ——

— —

Total net assets from Total net assets released from released restrictions Total netrestrictions assets released from restrictions

22,651

22,651(10,920)

(10,920) 22,651 11,731

11,731 (10,920) (11,731)

(11,731) 11,731 —

— (11,731) —

——

Total revenues, (losses), and other support Total revenues, gains (losses),gains and other Totalsupport revenues, gains (losses), and other support

43,214

43,214

342

34243,556 43,214

43,556 342 473

473 9,417 43,556

9,417 473 53,446

53,446 9,417

53,446

13,836 13,718 3,580

13,836 13,718 3,580

— — —

— 13,836 13,836 — 13,718 13,718 — 3,580 3,580

13,836 — 13,718 — 3,580 —

— — —

— 13,836 — — 13,718 — — 3,580 —

——13,836 ——13,718 —— 3,580

13,836 — 13,718 — 3,580 —

13,836 13,718 3,580

31,134

31,134

— 31,134 31,134

31,134 —

— 31,134 —

——31,134

31,134 —

31,134

4,955 3,497

4,955 3,497

— —

4,955 — 4,955 3,497 — 3,497

4,955 — — 3,497

— —

4,955 — — 3,497 — —

—— 4,955 —— 3,497

4,955 — — 3,497

4,955 3,497

8,452

8,452

8,452 — 8,452

— 8,452

8,452 — —

—— 8,452

— 8,452

8,452

39,586

39,586

— 39,586 39,586

39,586 —

— 39,586 —

——39,586

39,586 —

39,586

3,628

473 9,417 3,970

9,417 473 13,860

13,860 9,417

13,860

$

Special eventsSpecial revenueevents revenueSpecial events revenue Less expensesLess incurred for special events Less expenses incurred for special events expenses incurred for special events Interest and net of investment expenses $1,446 expenses of $1,446 Interest and dividends, netdividends, of investment Interest expenses and dividends, of $1,446 net ofofinvestment Netofgain on sale of investments Net gain on sale investments Net gain on sale of investments Change (loss) in unrealized gain investments Change in unrealized gain on (loss) investments Change in on unrealized (loss) gain on investments Change in value ofagreements split-interest Change in value of split-interest Change in agreements value of split-interest agreements Other (note 9)Other (note 9) Other (note 9)

Expenses: Expenses: Expenses: Program services: Program services: Program services: Design and construction Design and construction Design and construction Horticulture, and maintenance, and operations Horticulture, maintenance, operations Horticulture, maintenance, and operations Visitor services Visitor services Visitor services program servicesTotal program services Total programTotal services Supporting services: Supporting services: Supporting services: Fund-raising Fund-raising Fund-raising Management and general and general Management and general Management Total supporting services Total supporting services Total supporting services Total expensesTotal expenses

Total expenses

in net transfers assets before transfers Increase in netIncrease assets before Increase in net assets before transfers Transfers

Transfers

Increase in netIncrease assets in net assets Increase in net assets Net assetsofatyear beginningNet of assets year at beginning of year Net assets at beginning Netofassets Net assets at end year at end of year Net assets at end of year

342

342 3,970 3,628

3,970 342 473

(2,680)

(2,680) 2,680

2,680 (2,680) —

— 2,680 —

948

948 3,022

3,022 9483,970

3,970 3,022 473

12,805

12,80561,311

61,311 12,805 74,116

$ 13,753

13,75364,333 $

64,333 13,753 78,086

3,628

Transfers

$

——

——

473 9,417 3,970

9,417 473 13,860

13,860 9,417

13,860

74,116 61,311 61,345

61,345 74,116 61,316

61,316 61,345 196,777

196,777 61,316

196,777

78,086 64,333 61,818

61,818 78,086 70,733

70,733 61,818 210,637

210,637 70,733

210,637

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CENTRAL PARK CONSERVANCY, INC. CENTRAL PARK CONSERVANCY, INC. Notes to Financial Statements Notes to Financial Statements June 30, 2009 and 2008 June 30, 2009 and 2008 (Dollars in thousands) (Dollars in thousands)

CENTRAL PARK CONSERVANCY, INC. Statements of Cash Flows Years ended June 30, 2009 and 2008 (Dollars in thousands) 2009 Cash flows from operating activities: (Decrease) increase in net assets Adjustments to reconcile (decrease) increase in net assets to net cash (used in) provided by operating activities: Depreciation and amortization Change in unrealized loss on investments Net loss (gain) on sale of investments Change in value of split-interest agreements Permanently restricted contributions and earnings classified as financing activities Changes in operating assets and liabilities: Increase in accounts receivable Increase in prepaid expenses and other assets Decrease (increase) in inventory Decrease in contributions receivable, net of amounts classified as financing activities (Decrease) increase in accounts payable and accrued expenses Decrease in deferred revenue

$

Net cash (used in) provided by operating activities Cash flows from investing activities: Proceeds from sale of investments Purchases of investments Acquisition of fixed assets Net cash provided by (used in) investing activities Cash flows from financing activities: Permanently restricted contributions and earnings Decrease (increase) in permanently restricted contributions receivable Net change in split-interest agreements Net cash (used in) provided by financing activities Net increase in cash Cash at beginning of year Cash at end of year

$

(37,009)

13,860

256 7,036 28,911 55

284 16,619 (22,692) 31

180

(9,417)

(4,275) (37) 46

(939) (38) (11)

3,834

5,457

(563) —

2,152 (270)

(1,566)

5,036

269,422 (267,523) (60)

246,553 (259,056) (344)

1,839

(12,847)

(180) 70 8

9,417 (813) (56)

(102)

8,548

171

737

2,497

1,760

2,668

2,497

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Organization Organization Central Park Conservancy, Inc. (the Conservancy) is a not-for-profit organization incorporated under the Central Park York Conservancy, (the Conservancy) is a not-for-profit organization under the laws of New State andInc. is a tax-exempt organization under the Internal Revenueincorporated Code. laws of New York State and is a tax-exempt organization under the Internal Revenue Code. The Conservancy is funded primarily from contributions made by individuals, corporations, and The Conservancy is funded primarily made by individuals, and foundations within the metropolitan area, from as wellcontributions as project and contract revenue fromcorporations, the City of New foundations withinofthe metropolitan area, asThese well amounts as projectare and contract revenue City of New and Recreation. used to fund major from capitaltheimprovements, York/Department Parks York/Department of care Parksand andmaintenance, Recreation. and These amounts are for usedvolunteers to fund major capitalofimprovements, provide horticultural offer programs and visitors Central Park. provide horticultural care and maintenance, and offerassets programs volunteers and of of Central Park. The major capital improvements are not capitalized of thefor Conservancy but visitors are assets the City of The major New York.capital improvements are not capitalized assets of the Conservancy but are assets of the City of New York. Summary of Significant Accounting Policies Summary of Significant Accounting Policies (a) Basis of Accounting (a) Basis of Accounting The accompanying financial statements have been prepared on the accrual basis. The accompanying financial statements have been prepared on the accrual basis. (b) Basis of Presentation (b) Basis of Presentation Net assets and revenues, expenses, gains, and losses are classified based on the existence or absence gains, andthe losses classified based on the existence or absence Netdonor-imposed assets and revenues, expenses, of restrictions. Accordingly, net are assets of the Conservancy and changes therein of donor-imposed restrictions. Accordingly, the net assets of the Conservancy and changes therein are classified and reported as follows: are classified and reported as follows: Unrestricted Net Assets – Net assets that are not subject to donor-imposed restrictions. Unrestricted – Netmay assets thatto are not subject to donor-imposed restrictions. However, the Net boardAssets of trustees choose designate such funds for particular uses. However, the board of trustees may choose to designate such funds for particular uses. Temporarily Restricted Net Assets – Net assets subject to donor-imposed restrictions that will Temporarily Assets – Net assets subject to donor-imposed be met either Restricted by actions Net of the Conservancy and/or the passage of time. restrictions that will be met either by actions of the Conservancy and/or the passage of time. Permanently Restricted Net Assets – Net assets subject to donor-imposed restrictions that the Permanently Restricted Assets – NetGenerally, assets subject donor-imposed that the Conservancy maintains Net permanently. the to donors of these restrictions assets permit Conservancy to maintains Generally, the on donors these assets use all orpermanently. part of the income earned relatedofinvestments for permit generalthe or Conservancy to use all or part of the income earned on related investments for general or specific purposes. specific purposes. Revenues, gains, and other support are reported as increases in unrestricted net assets unless their use Revenues, gains, and other support arerestrictions reported as or increases unrestricted assets as unless their use is limited by explicit donor-imposed by law.inExpenses are net reported decreases in is limited bynet explicit restrictions or by and law.other Expenses reported as in unrestricted assets.donor-imposed Gains and losses on investments assetsare or liabilities aredecreases reported as unrestricted assets. Gains and losses net on investments andtheir otheruse assets or liabilities reported as increases ornet decreases in unrestricted assets unless is restricted by are explicit donor increases in unrestricted net assetsrestrictions unless their restricted by donor-imposed explicit donor stipulationorordecreases by law. Expirations of temporary on use net is assets (i.e., the stipulationpurpose or by law. Expirations temporary restrictions net assets (i.e., the stipulated has been fulfilledofand/or the stipulated timeon period has elapsed) are donor-imposed reported as net stipulated purpose has been fulfilled and/or the stipulated time period has elapsed) are reported as net assets released from restrictions. assets released from restrictions.

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Cash and Cash Equivalents

Contributions, which include unconditional promises to give (pledges), are recognized For the purpose of the statement of cash flows, the Conservancy considers highly liquid investments The Conservancy is involvedasinrevenues various in claims and legal actions arising in the ordinary course of business. the period in which the pledge or cash is received. Unconditional promises that are expected purchased with matters an original In the opinion of to thegive Conservancy’s management, the ultimate disposition of these willmaturity not haveofa three months or less, other than those held in the investment to be collected in future years are recorded at the present value of their estimated future flows, portfolio, to be equivalents. material adverse effect on the cash Conservancy’s financial condition. As described in cash an agreement between net of allowances. Conditional promises to give are not recognized until they become unconditional, the City of New York, Department of Parks and Recreation and the Central Park Conservancy dated April (h) Use of Estimates that is, when the future and uncertain event on which they depend has(the occurred. 28, 2006 agreement), the City has agreed to indemnify and hold harmless the Conservancy for all services performed and activities conducted by the Conservancy pursuant to the agreement. The preparation of financial statements in conformity with U.S. generally accepted accounting Investments principles requires management to make estimates and assumptions that affect the reported amounts (12) Contract Revenue of assets and liabilities and disclosure of contingencies at the date of the financial statements and the Investments in equity securities with readily determinable fair values and all investments in debt revenues andYork expenses during the reporting period. Actual results could differ securities are reported at fair value based upon quoted market prices withthe gains and losses renewed includedits eight-year managementreported contractamounts with theofCity of New In April 2006, Conservancy from those estimates.on July 1, 2005, in in the statements of activities. Donated securities are measured at fair value at theand dateRecreation, of the and the Department of Parks retroactive to July 1, 2005. Commencing contribution. order to be entitled to payments from the Department of Parks and Recreation, the Conservancy must raise (i) repairs, Functional Allocationlandscaping of Expensesand and expend annually a minimum of $5,000 for maintenance and public programs, Investments in alternative investments that are not readilyrehabilitation, marketable are reported the financial or repair of in existing facilities, subject to certain exclusions. In exchange for meeting those The costs of providing the various programs and other activities of the Conservancy have been statements based upon the underlying net asset value (or partner’s capital)the of Department each investment, which requirements, of Parks and Recreation will pay thesummarized Conservancy $1,000, on aa minimum functional of basis in the accompanying statements of activities. Accordingly, certain partners, respectively. The Conservancy is estimated at fair value by the fund managers or generalwhich is required by contract to be expended for specific services. This minimum payment can be costs have been allocated among the programs and supporting services benefited. reviews and evaluates the values provided by the fund managers partners and agrees increased and up togeneral a maximum of $2,000 by formula, based on the amount by which the Conservancy exceeds with the valuation methods and assumptions used in determining thethreshold fair valueinofany theone underlying its $5,000 year. net (j) Risks and Uncertainties assets (or partner’s capital). The to Conservancy in various Under this contract, the Conservancy is also entitled to a payment equal a portion of invests concession revenue investment securities. Investment securities are exposed to Fixed Assets such as interest rate, market, and credit risks. Due to the level of risk associated with earned in Central Park. The Conservancy receives an amount equalvarious to 50%risks of concession revenue earned it is at least reasonably possible that changes in the values of in excess of $6,000,using measured as of the prior fiscal year. Additionalcertain revenueinvestment received bysecurities, the Conservancy Fixed assets are recorded at cost. Furniture and equipment are depreciated the straight-line investment securities will occur in the near term and that such changes could materially affect the for fiscalare 2009 and 2008 was method over their estimated useful lives. Leasehold improvements amortized over the$3,128 term ofand the $2,786, respectively. The contractual arrangement may only be amounts reported in the balance sheets. terminated under specific conditions outlined in the agreement. lease or life of the asset, whichever is shorter. (k) New Accounting are Pronouncements The Conservancy recognizes revenue in connection with this contract as expenditures made for specific services. In fiscal 2009 and 2008, the Conservancy recognized as revenue and expended $5,128 and Adoption of FASB Staff Position No. FAS 117-1 (FAS 117-1), Endowments of Not-for-profit The Conservancy’s split-interest agreements with donors consist of charitable giftthe annuities $4,786,primarily respectively, related to contract. At June 30, 2009 and 2008, the related receivable was $1,681 Organizations: Net Asset Classification of Funds Subject to an Enacted Version of the Uniform and irrevocable charitable remainder trusts for which the and Conservancy serves as trustee. Assets are $1,595, respectively. Prudent Management of Institutional Funds Act (UPMIFA) and Enhanced Disclosures for All invested and payments are made to donors and/or other beneficiaries in accordance with the Endowment Funds Projectagreements Revenue are invested principally respective agreements. The investments held under split-interest in mutual funds which are fair valued as of June 30 using Level 1 inputs in the fair value hierarchy Augustfor2008, FAS 117-1forwas issued, and its guidance is effective for fiscal years ending after In March 2007, the Conservancy entered into a contract for capital In projects the Campaign Central according to SFAS No. 157. December 15, 2008. Atokey Park with the City of New York and the Department of Parks and Recreation, retroactive Julycomponent 1, 2006. of FAS 117-1 is a requirement to classify the portion of a donor-restricted endowment fund that is not classified as permanently restricted net assets as Payment is on a trusts reimbursement basis Contribution revenue for charitable gift annuities and charitable remainder is recognized at for the eligible expenses incurred by the Conservancy, with the funds temporarily restricted net assets until appropriated for expenditure. FAS 117-1 also improves the madefor available at a rate ofof upthe to $3,571 annually for seven years beginning in fiscal year 2007. date the agreement is established, net of the liability recorded the present value estimated disclosures about an organization’s endowment funds (both donor-restricted endowment funds and future payments to be made to the respective donors and/or other beneficiaries. The Conservancy recognizes revenue in connection with this contract as expenditures are made. board-designated endowment funds).InNew York State has not yet adopted UPMIFA; however, for fiscal and 2008, the Conservancy respectively, for project revenue the year ended June 30, 2009, the Conservancy has adopted the disclosure requirements of The present value of payments to beneficiaries of charitable gift2009 annuities and charitable remainderrecognized $2,143 and $4,085, the campaign. FAS 117-1. trusts is calculated using discount rates, which represent under the risk-adjusted rates in existence at the date of the gift. Gains or losses resulting from changes in actuarial assumptions and accretions of the discount are recorded as increases or decreases in the respective net asset class in the accompanying statements of activities. Split-Interest Agreements

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FASB Interpretation No. 48, Accounting for Uncertainty in Income (3) Investments Other Taxes—an interpretation of FASB Statement No. 109 (FIN 48) A summary at June 2009 and 2008 is as follows: The Conservancy is involved in various claims and legal actions arising inoftheinvestments ordinary course of30, business. In the opinion of the Conservancy’s In June 2006, the FASB issued FIN 48. FIN 48 addresses the accounting for uncertainties in income management, the ultimate disposition of these matters will not have a June 30, 2009 Fair value adverse effect on the Conservancy’s financial condition. As described in an agreement between taxes recognized in an organization’s financial statementsmaterial and prescribes a threshold of Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Total 2008 City of New Department more-likely-than-not for recognition and de-recognition of taxthe positions takenYork, or expected to beof Parks and Recreation and the Central Park Conservancy dated April 2006 (the classification, agreement), the City has agreed to indemnify Short-term and holdinvestments: harmless the Conservancy for all taken in a tax return. FIN 48 also provides related guidance on 28, measurement, interest Cash equivalents money services and activities conducted by the Conservancy pursuant to theand agreement. and penalties, and disclosures. FIN 48 is expected to be effective for theperformed Conservancy’s fiscal year market funds $ 32,034 — — 32,034 35,369 2010. The Conservancy does not expect the adoption of FIN 48 to have a significant impact to the (12) Contract Revenue Other investments: financial statements. Cash equivalents,money market contract with the Cityandof New York In April 2006, the Conservancy renewed its eight-year management mutual funds $ 28,555 — — 28,555 8,027 Adoption of Statement of Financial Accounting Standards (SFAS) 157, Fair of Value and theNo. Department Parks and Recreation, retroactive to July U.S. 1, 2005. Commencing on July 1, 2005, in Treasury bond and other Measurements order to be entitled to payments from the Department of Parks and notes Recreation, the Conservancy must raise — — 33,500 51,427 33,500 52,445 — — 52,445 90,126 andNo. expend a minimum of $5,000 for maintenance and Common repairs, stocks public programs, landscaping and On July 1, 2008, the Conservancy adopted SFAS No. 157. SFAS 157 annually defines fair value as the Alternative investments — 3,085 — 3,085 2,532 rehabilitation, repair existing In exchange for meeting those exchange price that would be received for an asset or paid to transfer a liabilityor(an exit of price) in thefacilities, subject to certain exclusions. requirements, Department of Parks and Recreation will pay the Conservancy principal or most advantageous market for the asset or liability in an orderlythetransaction between Total other a minimum of $1,000, which is required contract to be expended for specific services. Thisinvestments minimum payment can be market participants on the measurement date. SFAS No. 157 also establishes a fairby value hierarchy, $ 114,500 3,085 — 117,585 152,112 up tominimize a maximum $2,000 which requires an entity to maximize the use of observableincreased inputs and theofuse of by formula, based on the amount by which the Conservancy exceeds $5,000 three threshold in any one year. unobservable inputs when measuring fair value. The standard its describes levels of inputs that At June 30, 2009, the Conservancy had no outstanding commitments to invest in private equity or venture may be used to measure fair value: Under this contract, the Conservancy is also entitled to a payment equal to a portion of concession revenuethe Conservancy has no non-redeemable interests in the capital limited partnerships. In addition, earned in Central Park. The Conservancy receives an amount equal to 50% of concession earned Level 1 Inputs that reflect unadjusted quoted prices in active markets for identical assets or investment portfolio at Junerevenue 30, 2009. The redeemable alternative investment funds included in the in excess of $6,000, measured revenue investment received by portfolio the Conservancy liabilities that the Conservancy has the ability to access at the measurement date as of the prior fiscal year. Additional Conservancy’s at June 30, 2009 are redeemable upon 45 days notice prior to the for fiscal 2009 and 2008 was $3,128 and $2,786, respectively. The contractual arrangement may only be quarter end. under specific conditions Level 2 Inputs other than quoted prices included in Level 1terminated that are observable for the asset or outlined in the agreement. liability either directly or indirectly, including inputs in markets that are not considered (4) Contributions Receivable The Conservancy recognizes revenue in connection with this contract as expenditures are made for specific to be active Contributions receivable at June 30, 2009and and 2008 are due to be collected as follows: services. In fiscal 2009 and 2008, the Conservancy recognized as revenue and expended $5,128 $4,786, respectively, related to the contract. At June 30, 2009 and 2008, the related receivable was $1,681 Level 3 Inputs that are unobservable 2009 2008 and $1,595, respectively. In conjunction with the adoption of SFAS No. 157, the Conservancy elected to early adopt the Less than one year $ 6,837 7,773 Project Revenue measurement provisions of Accounting Standards Update No. 2009-12, Investments in Certain One to five years 7,201 10,602 Entities That Calculate Net Asset Value per Share (or Its Equivalent) to certain investments in funds Five years and for thereafter 1,050 1,050 In March 2007, the Conservancy entered into a contract for capital projects the Campaign for Central that do not have readily determinable fair values including private investments, hedge funds, real Park with the City of New York and the Department of Parks and Recreation, retroactive to July 1, 2006. 15,088 19,425 estate, and other funds. This guidance amends SFAS No. 157 and allows for the estimation of the Payment is on a reimbursement basis for eligible expenses incurred by the Conservancy, with the funds fair value of investments in investment companies for which the investment does not have a readily Less allowance (347) (347) made available at a rate of up to $3,571 annually for seven years beginning yearvalue 2007.(at rates ranging Less discountintofiscal present determinable fair value using net asset value per share or its equivalent. Net asset value, in many 2.5%as – 6.2%) (739) (1,172) instances may not equal fair value that would be calculated pursuant SFAS No. 157. The to Conservancy recognizes revenue in connection with this from contract expenditures are made. In Contributions net fiscal 2009 and 2008, the Conservancy recognized $2,143 and $4,085, respectively, for receivable, project revenue under the campaign.

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Permanently Restricted Net Assets

A summary of fixed assets at June 30, 2009 and 2008 is as follows: The Conservancy is involved in various claims and legal actions arising in the ordinary business. Permanently restricted netcourse assetsofare restricted to investment in perpetuity, the income from which is In the opinion of the Conservancy’s management, the ultimateexpendable dispositiontoofsupport these matters will notpurposes have a at June 30, 2009 and 2008: the following Estimated material adverse effect on the Conservancy’s financial condition. As described in an agreement between 2009 useful lives 2009 2008 the City of2008 New York, Department of Parks and Recreation and the Central Park Conservancy dated April Cityyears has agreed to indemnify Horticulture, and hold harmless the Conservancy for all Furniture and fixtures $ 461 28, 2006 (the agreement), 461 5the to 10 maintenance, and operations $ 64,753 62,887 conducted by the Conservancy pursuant to the agreement. Office and field equipment 2,658 services performed 3,577 and activities 3 years Visitor services 4,981 3,943 Leasehold improvements 429 429 10 years General purposes 3,736 3,903 (12) Contract Revenue $ 73,470 70,733 3,548 4,467 In April 2006, the Conservancy renewed its eight-year management contract with the City of New York Less accumulated depreciation and and the Department of Parks and Recreation, retroactive to July 1, 2005. Commencing on July 1, 2005, in amortization (3,046)order to be entitled (3,769)to payments from the Department of Parks and Recreation, the Conservancy must raise The Campaign for Central Park and expend annually $ 502 698 a minimum of $5,000 for maintenance and repairs, public programs, landscaping and Conservancy recorded for $5,920 and $16,258 rehabilitation, or repair of existing facilities, subject to certainThe exclusions. In exchange meeting those in campaign contributions in all net asset classifications for the years ended June 30, 2009 and of 2008, respectively. requirements, the Department of Parks and Recreation will pay the Conservancy a minimum $1,000,

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which is required by contract to be expended for specificDonor services. payment can be and This boardminimum designated net assets for the Campaign for Central Park included in unrestricted, increased up to a maximum of $2,000 by formula, based on thetemporarily amount byrestricted, which theand Conservancy exceeds permanently restricted net assets at June 30, 2009 and 2008 are as follows: its $5,000 threshold in any one year. 2009 2008 Unrestricted – board designated net assets are available for the following purposes at June 30, 2009 and Under this contract, the Conservancy is also entitled to a payment equal to a portion of concession revenue 2008: asset class:of concession revenue earned earned in Central Park. The Conservancy receives an amount Net equal to 50% $ 15,178 14,646 Unrestricted – board designated in excess of2009 $6,000, measured 2008 as of the prior fiscal year. Additional revenue received by the Conservancy Temporarily restricted 11,877 13,108 for fiscal 2009 and 2008 was $3,128 and $2,786, respectively. The contractual arrangement may only be Design and construction $ 21,916 22,814 Permanently restricted 13,662 13,071 terminated under specific conditions outlined in the agreement. Horticulture, maintenance, and operations 10,452 18,112 $ 40,717 40,825 Visitor services The Conservancy85 recognizes revenue118 in connection with this contract as expenditures are made for specific General purposes 18,435 23,289 services. In fiscal 2009 and 2008, the Conservancy recognized as revenue and expended $5,128 and $ 50,888 related to the 64,333 $4,786, respectively, contract. At June 30,(7) 2009Endowment and 2008, theFunds related receivable was $1,681 and $1,595, respectively. Effective July 1, 2008, the Conservancy adopted the provision of FAS 117-1. While New York State has not enacted a version of UPMIFA and the Conservancy is not subject to UPMIFA but rather to the Project Revenue Temporarily Restricted Net Assets Uniform Management of Institutional Funds Act (UMIFA), FAS 117-1 requires enhanced disclosures In Marchat2007, the 2009 Conservancy entered into a contract for capital projects for funds, the Campaign for Central endowment funds and board designated endowment funds. Temporarily restricted net assets are available for the following purposes June 30, and 2008: about endowment both donor-restricted Park with the City of New York and the Department of Parks and Recreation, retroactive to July 1, 2006. 2008 Payment is2009 on a reimbursement basis for eligible expenses incurred by the Conservancy, with the funds The Conservancy’s endowment consists of approximately 80 individual funds established for a variety of made at a rate of up to $3,571 beginning in fiscalboth yeardonor-restricted 2007. purposes including endowment funds and funds designated by the Conservancy to Design and construction $ available 11,496 12,122annually for seven years function as endowments. Net assets associated with endowment funds, including funds designated by the Horticulture, maintenance, and operations 21,261 43,142 The Conservancy recognizes revenue in connection with this contract as expenditures are made. In classified and reported based on the existence or absence of Visitor services 2,439 6,059 Conservancy to function as endowments, are fiscal 2009 and — 2008, the Conservancy $4,085, respectively, for project revenue General purposes 495 recognized $2,143 and donor-imposed restrictions. under the campaign. $ 35,196 61,818

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The board of trustees of the Conservancy has interpreted UMIFA Other as requiring the preservation in Endowment net assets: perpetuity of the fair value of the original gift as of the gift date of the donor-restricted endowment funds The Conservancy is involved in various claims and legal actions arising in thetable ordinary course of The following represents thebusiness. net asset classes of the Conservancy’s donor-restricted absent explicit donor stipulations to the contrary. As a result of this interpretation, the Conservancy In the opinion of the Conservancy’s management, the ultimatedesignated disposition of these matters endowment funds: will not have a classifies as permanently restricted net assets (a) the original value of gifts donated to the permanent material adverse effect on the Conservancy’s financial condition. As described in an agreement between endowment, (b) the original value of subsequent gifts to the permanent endowment, and (c) accumulations the City of New York, Department of Parks and Recreation and the Central Park Conservancy dated April 2009 of investment returns to the permanent endowment made in accordance with the direction of the applicable Temporarily Permanently 28, 2006 (the agreement), the City has agreed to indemnify and hold harmless the Conservancy for all Board donor gift instrument, when applicable. The remaining portion of the donor-restricted endowment fund that designated restricted restricted services performed and activities conducted by the Conservancy pursuant to the agreement. is not classified in permanently restricted net assets is classified as temporarily restricted net assets to the Donor-restricted endowment funds $ 6,722 22,500 73,470 extent the donor restricted income earned on such endowments to a particular purpose or time, and in all (12) Contract Revenue Board designated endowment funds 22,251 — — other cases is classified as unrestricted net assets. Such amounts recorded as temporarily restricted net In April the Conservancy has2006, been fulfilled and/or therenewed required its eight-year management contract with the City of New York assets are released from restriction when the donor stipulated purpose $ 28,973 22,500 73,470 and the Department of Parks and Recreation, retroactive to July 1, 2005. Commencing on July 1, 2005, in time period has elapsed. order to be entitled to payments from the Department of Parks and Recreation, the Conservancy must raise The Conservancy’s board of trustees has authorized a policy designed to preserve the value of these and expend annually a minimum ofpooled $5,000 for maintenance and repairs, public programs, landscaping and Temporarily Permanently investments in real terms (after inflation) and provide a predictable flow of funds to support operations. rehabilitation, or repair of existing facilities, subject to certain exclusions. In exchange for meeting those Board designated restricted restricted The Conservancy’s investment pool includes contributions, interest, dividends, the andDepartment realized andofunrealized requirements, Parks and Recreation will pay the Conservancy a minimum of $1,000, gains and losses, net of investment management fees. The policywhich permitsisthe use of aby spending to required contractrate toofbeupexpended for specific Endowment services. This minimum can net assets, July 1, payment 2008 $ be 41,520 48,304 70,733 a maximum of 6% applied to a moving average of the value of the investment as of December increased up to pool a maximum of $2,00031byofformula, based on the amount by which the Conservancy exceeds the three previous years. In fiscal 2009 and 2008, the Conservancy utilized a rate of 4% the total Investment income 415 1,092 — its $5,000 threshold in any oneof year. investment pool. In December 2008, the board reduced the 4% spending rate by $1,000 to help to preserve Net depreciation (realized and Under this contract, the Conservancy is also entitled to a payment equal to a portion of concession revenue the investment pool. In fiscal 2009 and 2008, the related amounts that were used to support operations unrealized) (23,890) (2,897) earned in Central Park. The Conservancy receives an amount equal to 50% of concession revenue earned (9,200) were $4,262 and $4,536, respectively. Net underwater 3,149 19 in excess of $6,000, measured as of the prior fiscal year. Additional revenueadjustment received by the Conservancy (3,168) seek maximum total return definedand as $2,786, respectively. The contractual arrangement may only be (12,368) In general terms, the Conservancy’s investment objective is to for fiscal 2009 and 2008 was–$3,128 (20,741) (2,878) dividend and interest earnings plus any appreciation in market value – consistent with agreed upon levels terminated under specific conditions outlined in the agreement. Net return on investment (11,953) (19,649) (2,878) of risk. More specifically, the Conservancy seeks returns large enough to provide an additional return The Conservancy recognizes revenue in connection with this contract as expenditures are made for specific beyond the sum of the current spending rate and provisions for inflation. Contributions 30 — 2,698 services. In fiscal 2009 and 2008, the Conservancy recognized as revenue and expended $5,128 and of endowment assets From time to time, the fair value of assets associated with donor-restricted endowment fall At June 30, 2009 Appropriation $4,786, respectively, relatedfunds to themay contract. and 2008, the related receivable was $1,681 for expenditure (1,190) (3,072) — of perpetual duration. Deficiencies of below the level that the donor or UMIFA requires to retain as a fund and $1,595, respectively. Clarification of donor intent 566 (3,083) 2,917 this nature that are reported in unrestricted net assets as of June 30, 2009 were $3,168. This deficiency Project Revenueof permanently restricted results from unfavorable market fluctuations subsequent to the investment Endowment net assets, June 30, 2009 $ 28,973 22,500 73,470 contributions. Subsequent gains that restore the fair value of the assets of the donor-restricted endowment In March 2007, the Conservancy entered into a contract for capital projects for the Campaign for Central fund to the required level will be classified as an increase in unrestricted net assets. Park with the City of New York and the Department of Parks and Recreation, retroactive to July 1, 2006. Payment is on a reimbursement basis for eligible expenses incurred by the Conservancy, with the funds made available at a rate of up to $3,571 annually for seven years beginning in fiscal year 2007.

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Total 160,557 1,507 (35,987) — (35,987) (34,480) 2,728 (4,262) 400 124,943

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In the opinion of the Conservancy’s management, the ultimate disposition of these matters will not have a 48,304 adverse 70,733 134,120 material effect on the Conservancy’s financial condition. As described in an agreement between their time to the Conservancy. The value of these services In addition, many individuals have volunteered — of New York, — Department26,437 the City of Parks and Recreation and the included Central Park dated April statements. is not in theConservancy accompanying financial 28, 2006 (the agreement), the City has agreed to indemnify and hold harmless the Conservancy for all 48,304 70,733 160,557 services performed and activities conducted by the Conservancy pursuant to the agreement. (10) Retirement Plan

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Revenue Code in which all employees, as defined, are eligible to participate. Participants may make Temporarily Permanently contract with the subject City of to New York In April 2006, the ConservancyTotal renewed its eight-year management restricted restricted voluntary contributions, plan limitations, to be applied toward the purchase of retirement

and the Department of Parks and Recreation, retroactive to July 1, 2005.The Commencing on July 1, 2005,toin contribute 5% of the employee’s base compensation, for all annuities. Conservancy is obligated 47,007to be entitled 61,316 147,440 order to payments from the Department of Parkseligible and Recreation, theasConservancy raise employees, defined. Themust Conservancy is also obligated to match employee contributions up to a and expend annually a minimum of $5,000 for maintenance and repairs, public programs, landscaping and maximum of 1% of the employee’s base compensation, for all eligible employees, as defined. For the years Investment income 255 566 60 881 rehabilitation, or repair of existing facilities, subject to certain exclusions. In exchange for meeting those ended June 30, 2009 and 2008, the Conservancy contributed $743 and $746, respectively, to the Plan on Net appreciation (realized and requirements, the Department of Parks and Recreation will pay the Conservancy a minimum of $1,000, behalf of its employees. All contributions vest immediately. unrealized) 1,912 3,954 182 6,048 which is required by contract to be expended for specific services. This minimum payment can be Net return on investment 2,167 4,520 242 6,929 increased up to a maximum of $2,000 by formula, based on theInamount by which the Conservancy exceedsa deferred compensation plan (the Plan) under Section 457(b) of fiscal 2007, the Conservancy implemented its $5,000 threshold in any one year. the Internal Revenue Code in which the Conservancy will contribute $15 per annum for each officer of the Contributions 209 — 9,175 9,384 Conservancy, as defined. For the year ended June 30, 2009 and 2008, the Conservancy contributed $90 and Appropriation of endowment assets Under this contract, the Conservancy is also entitled to a payment to a portion of concession revenue $135,equal respectively, to the Plan. for expenditure (1,313) (3,223) in Central Park. — The Conservancy (4,536) receives an amount equal to 50% of concession revenue earned earned Transfers to create board designated in excess of $6,000, measured as of the prior fiscal year. Additional revenue and received by the Conservancy (11) Commitments Contingencies funds 1,340 — — 1,340 for fiscal 2009 and 2008 was $3,128 and $2,786, respectively. The contractual arrangement may only be Lease terminated under 70,733 specific conditions outlined in the agreement. Endowment net assets, June 30, 2008 $ 41,520 48,304 160,557 The Conservancy has a lease agreement for office space in New York City expiring in 2013. Annual lease The Conservancy recognizes revenue in connection with this contract as expenditures are made specific payments include minimum baseforrent subject to escalation charges and a proportionate share of any services. In fiscal 2009 and 2008, the Conservancy recognized as revenue and taxes. expended $5,128 and Line of Credit increase in real estate $4,786, respectively, related to the contract. At June 30, 2009 and 2008, the related receivable was $1,681 The Conservancy has a $1,000 line of credit available from JP Morgan Chaserespectively. Bank (the Bank). and $1,595, Future minimum lease payments are as follows: Endowment net assets, July 1, 2007

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The line of credit is available for renewable one-year periodsProject unlessRevenue terminated by the Bank or the Amount Conservancy. Interest will accrue at either the Bank’s prime rate or at a fixed rate (based on money market In March 2007, the time Conservancy entered Campaign for Central Year ending June 30: rate) quoted by the Bank for 30, 60, or 90 days, at the Conservancy’s option at the of borrowing. Nointo a contract for capital projects for the 2010 to July 1, 2006. $ 579 Park the City of New York and the Department of Parks and Recreation, retroactive amounts were outstanding under this line of credit at June 30, 2009 andwith 2008. 2011 with the funds 582 Payment is on a reimbursement basis for eligible expenses incurred by the Conservancy, Other Revenue, Contributed Services, and Facilities 2012 582 made available at a rate of up to $3,571 annually for seven years beginning in fiscal year 2007. 2013 388 A summary of other revenue at June 30, 2009 and 2008 is as follows: The Conservancy recognizes revenue in connection with this contract as expenditures are made. In $ 2,131 fiscal 20092009 and 2008, the Conservancy recognized $2,143 and $4,085, respectively, for project revenue 2008 under the campaign. Merchandise sales, program revenue, and fees $ 989 1,543 Rent expense for the years ended June 30, 2009 and 2008 was $410 and $367, respectively. Contributed services and facilities 993 959 $

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The Conservancy is involved in various claims and legal actions The arising Conservancy in the ordinary is involved coursein ofvarious business. claims and legal actions in thewith ordinary course of business. In arising connection the preparation of the financial statements and in accordance with the recently issued In the opinion of the Conservancy’s management, the ultimate disposition In the opinion of these of the matters Conservancy’s will not have management, a the ultimateSFAS disposition of these matters will notConservancy have a Events , the evaluated subsequent events after the balance sheet date 165, Subsequent material adverse effect on the Conservancy’s financial condition. material As described adverse in effect an agreement on the Conservancy’s between financial condition. As 30, described in an agreement of June 2009 through Novemberbetween 12, 2009 which was the date the financial statements were issued and the City of New York, Department of Parks and Recreation and the the City Central of New Park York, Conservancy Department datedofApril Parks and Recreation and Central Park Conservancy dated Aprilevents for disclosure, except as disclosed below. hasthe concluded that there are no subsequent 28, 2006 (the agreement), the City has agreed to indemnify and 28,hold 2006harmless (the agreement), the Conservancy the City for hasallagreed to indemnify and hold harmless the Conservancy for all Onpursuant August to 18,the 2009 Central Park was affected by a severe storm that caused unprecedented damage to the services performed and activities conducted by the Conservancy pursuant services performed to the agreement. and activities conducted by the Conservancy agreement. park. In total, more than 500 trees were destroyed and many landscapes in the northern end of the park were severely impacted. The Conservancy estimates the cleanup and restoration costs will be (12) Contract Revenue (12) Contract Revenue approximately $3,000. As of November 12, 2009, the Conservancy has received approximately $1,800 in the City of New Yorkits eight-year management contract with the City of New York In April 2006, the Conservancy renewed its eight-year management In April contract 2006,with the Conservancy renewed contributions and incurred expenses of approximately $1,200. and the Department of Parks and Recreation, retroactive to July and 1, 2005. the Department Commencing of Parks on Julyand 1, Recreation, 2005, in retroactive to July 1, 2005. Commencing on July 1, 2005, in order to be entitled to payments from the Department of Parks and order Recreation, to be entitled the Conservancy to payments must from raise the Department of Parks and Recreation, the Conservancy must raise and expend annually a minimum of $5,000 for maintenance and and repairs, expend public annually programs, a minimum landscaping of $5,000 and for maintenance and repairs, public programs, landscaping and rehabilitation, or repair of existing facilities, subject to certain exclusions. rehabilitation, In exchange or repair of forexisting meetingfacilities, those subject to certain exclusions. In exchange for meeting those requirements, the Department of Parks and Recreation will payrequirements, the Conservancy the Department a minimum of and Recreation will pay the Conservancy a minimum of $1,000, of Parks $1,000, which is required by contract to be expended for specific services. which isThis required minimum by contract paymentto can be expended be for specific services. This minimum payment can be increased up to a maximum of $2,000 by formula, based on the amount increased by up which to a the maximum Conservancy of $2,000 exceeds by formula, based on the amount by which the Conservancy exceeds its $5,000 threshold in any one year. its $5,000 threshold in any one year. Under this contract, the Conservancy is also entitled to a paymentUnder equalthis to acontract, portion of theconcession Conservancy revenue is also entitled to a payment equal to a portion of concession revenue earned in Central Park. The Conservancy receives an amount equal earned to 50% in Central of concession Park. Therevenue Conservancy earned receives an amount equal to 50% of concession revenue earned in excess of $6,000, measured as of the prior fiscal year. Additional in excess revenue of $6,000, receivedmeasured by the Conservancy as of the prior fiscal year. Additional revenue received by the Conservancy for fiscal 2009 and 2008 was $3,128 and $2,786, respectively. The for fiscal contractual 2009 and arrangement 2008 wasmay $3,128 onlyand be $2,786, respectively. The contractual arrangement may only be terminated under specific conditions outlined in the agreement. terminated under specific conditions outlined in the agreement. The Conservancy recognizes revenue in connection with this contract The Conservancy as expenditures recognizes are maderevenue for specific in connection with this contract as expenditures are made for specific services. In fiscal 2009 and 2008, the Conservancy recognized services. as revenue In fiscal and 2009 expended and 2008, $5,128theandConservancy recognized as revenue and expended $5,128 and $4,786, respectively, related to the contract. At June 30, 2009 and $4,786, 2008, respectively, the related receivable related towas the contract. $1,681 At June 30, 2009 and 2008, the related receivable was $1,681 and $1,595, respectively. and $1,595, respectively. Project Revenue

Project Revenue

In March 2007, the Conservancy entered into a contract for capital In March projects 2007, for the Conservancy Campaign forentered Centralinto a contract for capital projects for the Campaign for Central Park with the City of New York and the Department of Parks and Park Recreation, with the City retroactive of NewtoYork Julyand 1, 2006. the Department of Parks and Recreation, retroactive to July 1, 2006. Payment is on a reimbursement basis for eligible expenses incurred Payment by the is on Conservancy, a reimbursement with the basis funds for eligible expenses incurred by the Conservancy, with the funds made available at a rate of up to $3,571 annually for seven years made beginning available in fiscal at a year rate of 2007. up to $3,571 annually for seven years beginning in fiscal year 2007. The Conservancy recognizes revenue in connection with thisThe contract Conservancy as expenditures recognizes arerevenue made. In in connection with this contract as expenditures are made. In fiscal 2009 and 2008, the Conservancy recognized $2,143 and fiscal $4,085, 2009 respectively, and 2008, for the project Conservancy revenue recognized $2,143 and $4,085, respectively, for project revenue under the campaign. under the campaign.

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Schedule of Functional Expenses Year ended June 30, 2009 (With comparative summarized totals for 2008) (Dollars in thousands)

Total expenses* 09 2008

4,939 3,760

Salaries 15,286 Payroll taxes and employee benefits 3,803

8,699

8,262 363 1,202 488 955

19,089

Total salaries and related expenses

13,364

Total contracted services

2,693 equipment, and supplies Materials, 431and publications Printing Conferences, conventions, and meetings 131 Postage, 340shipping, and messenger Travel 16 Equipment 944 maintenance and rentals Insurance 410 Occupancy 578 Advertising 45 Miscellaneous 218 Bad debts 84 Contributed 959 services

6,197

6,849

6,166 256

$

Contracted services: Construction and design 10,341 Landscape 447 Consulting 1,234 Mailings 509 Other 833

1,270

2,386 286 114 280 24 724 375 709 24 282 — 993

Design and construction

39,302

Total expenses* before depreciation and amortization

Depreciation and amortization 284

6,422 39,586

Program services Horticulture, maintenance, and Visitor operations services

Supporting services

Total

Management and general

Fundraising

Total expenses* 2009 2008

Total

1,267 332

7,920 1,966

1,859 431

11,046 2,729

2,026 526

1,867 505

3,893 1,031

14,939 3,760

15,286 3,803

1,599

9,886

2,290

13,775

2,552

2,372

4,924

18,699

19,089

7,628 — 49 — 17

633 363 153 — 436

1 — 299 3 26

8,262 363 501 3 479

— — 207 485 331

— — 494 145

— — 701 485 476

8,262 363 1,202 488 955

10,341 447 1,234 509 833

7,694

1,585

329

9,608

1,023

639

1,662

11,270

13,364

813 30 1 10 2 241 119 20 — 11 — 184

1,094 29 22 10 2 220 134 57 — 89 — 278

348 62 17 4 15 104 35 42 1 28 — 207

2,255 121 40 24 19 565 288 119 1 128 — 669

105 116 37 245 2 106 54 288 20 54 — 253

26 49 37 11 3 53 33 302 3 100 — 71

131 165 74 256 5 159 87 590 23 154 — 324

2,386 286 114 280 24 724 375 709 24 282 — 993

2,693 431 131 340 16 944 410 578 45 218 84 959

1,431

1,935

863

4,229

1,280

688

1,968

6,197

6,849

10,724

13,406

3,482

27,612

4,855

3,699

8,554

36,166

39,302

12

152

30

194

40

22

62

256

284

36,422

Total expenses* – 2009

$

10,736

13,558

3,512

27,806

4,895

3,721

8,616

Total expenses* – 2008

$

13,836

13,718

3,580

31,134

4,955

3,497

8,452

39,586

* Exclusive of special event and investment expenses See accompanying independent auditors’ report.

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Jean Clark

Board of Trustees (On October 1, 2009)

E. Blake Moore, Jr.

Chief Executive Officer

Suzanne Cochran

Chairman Thomas L. Kempner, Jr.

Norma Dana

Davidson Kempner Capital Management

Gordon J. Davis, Esq.

Treasurer Michael Grobstein

Dewey & LeBoeuf LLP

Ernst & Young

Partner

Secretary and General Counsel Kenneth H. Heitner, Esq.

William R. Harrison, Jr.

Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP

JPMorgan Chase & Co.

Judy Hart Angelo

Jane R. Heller

Executive Managing Member

Allianz Global Investors Fund Management LLC Allianz Global Solutions Madeleine Moore

Partner

Richard Gilder

Retired Vice Chairman

Partner

Bank of America

Jane Bayard

Warburg Realty Partnership Ltd. Hon. Adrian Benepe

Managing Director

General Atlantic Partners Sheila C. Labrecque

Commissioner

NYC, Department of Parks & Recreation Candice Bergen

Jill Lafer

Douglas Blonsky President, Central Park Conservancy and Central Park Administrator

Senior Corporate Vice President

Peter L. Briger, Jr.

Co-Chairman of Investment Banking

JPMorgan Chase & Co. Leni May

Richard M. Cashin One Equity Partners Howard L. Clark, Jr. Vice Chairman

Barclays Capital Investment Banking Division

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American Securities, L.P.

Chairman

Eric Rudin

Mary Wallach

Rudin Management Co.

Strauss Zelnick

Michele Sacconaghi

ZelnickMedia Corporation

Partner

Senior Counsel

Life Trustees

Donna Schwartz

William S. Beinecke Antaeus Enterprises, Inc.

Rae Paige Schwarz

Lewis W. Bernard

Norman C. Selby

Classroom, Inc.

Chairman

Perseus LLC

James H. Evans

A.J.C. Smith

Henry R. Kravis

Donald G. Smith

Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co.

Founding Partner

President & Chief Investment Officer

Donald Smith & Co.

Ira Millstein, Esq.

Michael A. Steinberg

Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP

Senior Partner

Steinberg Asset Management Co., Inc.

Marguerite H. Purnell

John Steinhardt

Elizabeth Barlow Rogers

KLS Diversified Asset Management

Foundation for Landscape Studies

Managing Partner

President

President, Women’s Committee

Central Park Conservancy

Erana M. Stennett Bloomberg

E. John Rosenwald, Jr.

Lynden B. Miller Lynden B. Miller Public Garden Design

John Stossel

Betsy Messerschmitt

Managing Partner

Credit Suisse Securities (USA) LLC

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Judy Carson

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Jay P. Mandelbaum

Estrellita Brodsky

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Lazard Frères & Co. LLC

Fortress Investment Group

Elizabeth R. Varet

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Evelyn H. Lauder

President

Joe L. Roby

Cahill Gordon & Reindel LLP

Jonathan Korngold

Executive Vice President

Patsy C. Tarr

Irwin Schneiderman

Senior Vice President

Songwriter

Partner & Chief Operating Officer

Kenneth S. Olshan

Executive Vice President

Former Chairman & CEO

Stuart Subotnick

Metromedia Company

Chairman Emeritus

Gilder, Gagnon, Howe & Co. LLC

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Vice Chairman Emeritus

JP Morgan

Janet Ross

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Women’s Committee (On October 1, 2009)

Founders and Former Presidents Mrs. Howard L. Clark Mrs. Charles A. Dana, Jr. Mrs. Richard I. Purnell Mrs. Phyllis Cerf Wagner* Board of Directors President

Betsy Messerschmitt Past Presidents

Mrs. Robert Cochran Mrs. Thomas G. Labrecque Mrs. Richard S. LeFrak Mrs. Joseph V. Missett III Mrs. Daniel P. Paduano Mrs. Charles D. Peebler, Jr. Mrs. Wilbur L. Ross, Jr. Mrs. Jack Rudin Executive Vice President

Mrs. Sylvester F. Miniter IV Vice Presidents

Mrs. David I. Foley Mrs. Michael Kennedy Mrs. Jeffrey M. Peek Mrs. Jennifer Saul Secretary

Mrs. M. Anthony May Treasurer

Mrs. Wendy N. Carduner Mrs. David F. Apple Mrs. Robin Bell-Stevens Mr. Douglas Blonsky, ex officio Susan Calhoun Mrs. Jonathan Churchill Mrs. William B. Harrison, Jr Mrs. James Herring Mrs. John Hilson Mrs. Ara Hovnanian Mrs. William H. Ingram Mrs. Carlisle Jones Mrs. Kenneth Joseph

Mrs. Memrie M. Lewis Mrs. Richard C. Lightburn Mrs. Dan Lufkin Mrs. Donald K. Miller Mrs. Elaine Murray Mrs. Michael A. Newhouse Mrs. William M. Pope, Jr. Mrs. Bambi Putnam Mrs. John S. Pyne Mrs. Julian H. Robertson, Jr. Mrs. Spencer Robertson Hon. Allison Whipple Rockefeller Mrs. Michael S. Rockefeller Elizabeth Barlow Rogers Mrs. Benjamin M. Rosen Mrs. Alexia Hamm Ryan Mrs. H. Virgil Sherrill Mrs. Mark L. Shifke Elizabeth F. Stribling Ms. Samantha S. Topping Miss Thorunn Wathne Advisory Board

Mrs. Rand V. Araskog Mrs. Neil P. Benedict Mrs. Livio M. Borghese Dr. Joyce F. Brown Mrs. Raymond G. Chambers Ms. Allison Cowles Mrs. Walter J. Curley Mrs. Walter G. Dunnington, Jr. Mrs. Anne Ford Mrs. Charles F. Fortgang Mrs. Lee M. Gammill, Jr. Mrs. Robert M. Gardiner Mrs. Louis V. Gerstner, Jr. Mrs. S. Parker Gilbert Mrs. Alan C. Greenberg Mrs. Peter S. Gregory Mrs. Ridgely Harrison Mrs. Richard Mishaan Mrs. Fernanda Niven Deborah Norville Mrs. Patricia S. Patterson Mrs. George H. Shattuck, Jr. Mrs. A. J. C. Smith Mrs. Lawrence D. Sperling Mrs. George H. Tilghman Mrs. Grant Winthrop Mrs. H. Joseph Witte

Conservancy Council Co-Chairmen

Joan E. Nicolais Cynthia Weiler

Planned Giving Professional Advisory Council

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Carlyn McCaffrey, Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP

Peter Bakstansky Patricia Beilman Richard A. Burgheim Debrah Lee Charatan Kristyna Doerfler Joan K. Easton Samuel Feldman Eleanor Goldberg Eugene Goldberg Henrietta Gwaltney Priscilla H. Hoffman Rosalind Landis Kenneth H. Landis Jessica Lee Lowrey George Lowy Vicky McLoughlin Clare Tweedy McMorris Gwen Norton Peter Norton David B. Poor Thomas W. Regan, Jr. David Ritter Susan Scharf Arthur Selkowitz Virginia Sheerin Louise Stocker Michael A. Stocker Joseph Tahl Audry Weintrob Alex Weintrob Richard S. Zinman

Karen C. Alfest, L.J. Altfest & Co., Inc. Mal Livingston Barasch, Katten, Muchin, Rosenman LLP Ninette S. Bordoff, Hahn & Hessen LLP Maria L. Brisbane, Merrill Lynch Joy H. Chaillou, Smith Barney Carolyn C. Clark, Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy L. David Clark, Salans John Claypoole, The Bank of New York Mellon Judy Daniels, Consultant Linda R. Franciscovich, United States Trust Company Andrew Grumet, Schiff Hardin Cheryl Hader, Kramer, Levin, Naftalis & Frankel LLP Kenneth H. Heitner, Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP Linda B. Hirschson, Greenberg Taurig Lauren Katzowitz-Shenfield, Philanthropy Advisors LLP Jonathan Koslow, Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP Theodore A. Kurz, Debevoise & Plimpton Jayne M. Kurzman, Davidson, Dawson & Clark LLP David Leibell, Wiggin and Dana LLP Cecily P. Maguire, White & Case Gordon H. Marsh, Marsh, Valentine & Donohoe LLP David McCabe, Willkie Farr & Gallagher Robert C. Miller Ira M. Millstein, Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP Avery E. Neumark, Rosen, Seymour, Shapss, Martin & Co., LLP John J. O’Neil, Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison Richard Henry Pershan, Sullivan & Worcester LLP Todd R. Richman, Bernstein Global Wealth Management Joshua S. Rubenstein, Katten, Muchin, Rosenman LLP Sanford J. Schlesinger, Schlesinger, Gannon & Lazetera LLP Eileen Caufield Schwab, Sidley & Austin Robert W. Sheehan, Curtis, Mallet-Prevost, Colt & Mosle LLP Judith Siegel-Baum, WolfBlock LLP Barbara A. Sloan, McLaughlin & Stern LLP C. Michael Spero, Loeb & Loeb LLP David J. Stoll, Kaye Scholer Robert D. Taisey, Holland & Knight LLP Michael F. Teitler, Teitler & Teitler Elizabeth Varet, American Securities, L.P. Linda Wank, Frankfurt Kurnit Klein & Selz, PC Sanda Weiksner, Cleary, Gottlieb, Steen & Hamilton Michael J. Weinberger, Cleary, Gottlieb, Steen & Hamilton E. Lisk Wycoff, Homeland Foundation, Inc. * deceased

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Contributors 150th Anniversary Club Founding Members

Jeanette Sarkisian Wagner Paul A. Wagner Anonymous (4) Judy Hart Angelo & John M. Angelo Elizabeth H. Atwood Andrea* & Charles Bronfman Mr. & Mrs. Russell L. Carson Pamela & Stanley Chais Patti & Ray Chambers Suzanne & Bob Cochran In Loving Memory of Bradley I. Collins Joseph A. DiMenna Fiona & Stanley Druckenmiller Mrs. Richard B. Fisher Mr. & Mrs. William E. Flaherty Richard Gilder & Lois Chiles Mr.* & Mrs. William T. Golden Nadine & Michael Grobstein The Christian A. Johnson Endeavor Foundation Thomas G. & Sheila C. Labrecque Charitable Foundation The Leonard & Evelyn Lauder Foundation Laurie & Jay Mandelbaum LuEsther T. Mertz Charitable Trust Henry & Lucy Moses Fund, Inc. Jean & Albert Nerken Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Frank N. Newman Noelle M. Nikpour Daniel P. & Nancy C. Paduano Foundation The Picower Foundation The Ritter Foundation Josie & Julian Robertson Mr. & Mrs. Joe L. Roby The Mary Clark Rockefeller Charitable Fund Mr. & Mrs. Theodore C. Rogers Mr.* & Mrs. Arthur Ross Fiona & Eric Rudin Roberta & Irwin Schneiderman Donna & Marvin Schwartz Norman Selby & Melissa Vail

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Jim & Marilyn Simons Mr. & Mrs. A.J.C. Smith Patsy & Jeff Tarr Mr.* & Mrs. Wade F.B. Thompson Tung Family Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Wynant Vanderpoel III Elizabeth & Michael Varet Miriam G. & Ira D. Wallach Dietrich Weismann The Women’s Committee of the Central Park Conservancy

Major Supporters of the Campaign for Central Park Diane & Arthur Abbey Judy Hart Angelo & John M. Angelo R. Thomas Armstrong Elizabeth H. Atwood The Bafflin Foundation Bank of America Eveline & David Batten Jane Bayard, The MAT Charitable Foundation Candice Bergen & Marshall Rose The Bobolink Foundation The Brodsky Family Foundation The Andrea & Charles Bronfman Fund at Brandeis University Ambassador & Mrs. W. L. Lyons Brown, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Gilbert Butler Henry F. Carlton Mr. & Mrs. Russell L. Carson Lisa & Dick Cashin Patti & Ray Chambers Chanel Suzanne & Bob Cochran Judith-Ann Corrente & Willem Kooyker Barry Diller & Diane von Furstenberg William W. Donnell Mr. & Mrs. David Feinberg The Garden Club of America The Getty Foundation Richard Gilder & Lois Chiles Merle & Barry Ginsburg William T. Golden * The Goldie Anna Charitable Trust Horace W. Goldsmith Foundation

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Amy & John Griffin Nadine & Michael Grobstein Mrs. Morton B. Harris William Randolph Hearst Foundation The Heckscher Foundation for Children Mr. & Mrs. Robert J. Hurst Anita & Robert Jacobson Roslyn & Elliot Jaffe Family Foundation Estate of Paul Jones JPMorgan Chase & Co. Thomas L. Kempner, Jr. & Katheryn C. Patterson Bruce & Suzie Kovner Estate of Janet Kramer Estate of Winifred Kreidel Thomas G. & Sheila C. Labrecque Charitable Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Richard S. LeFrak The Philip & Janice Levin Foundation Peter B. Lewis & Janet Rosel The Litwin Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Jay P. Mandelbaum Steve Martin & Anne Stringfield Leni & Peter May Mr. & Mrs. Eugene Mercy, Jr. LuEsther T. Mertz Charitable Trust The Metropolitan Museum of Art Mr. & Mrs. Leigh M. Miller Diane & Ira Millstein Mr. & Mrs. Sylvester F. Miniter IV Mr. & Mrs. Alan B. Mirken Estate of Stephen R. Morrow Former NYC Council Member Eva Moskowitz New York City Department of Parks & Recreation The Octagon Fund at New York Community Trust, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth S. Olshan Daniel P. & Nancy C. Paduano Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Jeffrey M. Peek Donald A. Pels & Wendy Keys Sarah Peter Polo Ralph Lauren Foundation Former NYC Council Member Philip Reed*

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Mr. & Mrs. Joe L. Roby The Mary Clark Rockefeller Charitable Fund of The Philanthropic Collaborative Mr. & Mrs. Jonathan P. Rosen Nina Rosenwald, Elizabeth & Michael Varet, & Alice Rosenwald Mr.* & Mrs. Arthur Ross The Rudin Foundation Fiona & Eric Rudin Mr. & Mrs. Jack Rudin Mr. & Mrs. Oscar S. Schafer Roberta & Irwin Schneiderman Donna & Marvin Schwartz Norman Selby & Melissa Vail In Memory of Herbert J. Seligmann & Theresa Metzger The Peter Jay Sharp Foundation Marilyn & Jim Simons Mr. & Mrs. A.J.C. Smith Mr. & Mrs. Oliver K. Stanton Ronald P. Stanton The Starr Foundation John F. Stossel Patsy & Jeff Tarr Mr.* & Mrs. Wade F.B. Thompson Time Warner Inc. Mrs. Preston Robert Tisch Mr. & Mrs. Wynant D. Vanderpoel III Vital Projects Fund, Inc. Miriam G. & Ira D. Wallach Foundation Sidney J. Weinberg Foundation Estate of Evelyn M. West David B. Williams Robert W. Wilson The Women’s Committee of the Central Park Conservancy Ann Ziff Barbara & Donald Zucker

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Mr. & Mrs. Richard H. Ader Madeline & Stephen Anbinder Judy Hart Angelo & John Angelo Peter & Pam Aschkenasy Elizabeth H. Atwood Avellino Family Foundation Mrs. Frederick M. Bailey Jane Bayard, The MAT Charitable Foundation Wendy J. Belzberg & H. Strauss Zelnick Candice Bergen & Marshall Rose Mr. & Mrs. Peter Briger Charles R. Bronfman Mr. & Mrs. Russell L. Carson Lisa & Dick Cashin Mr. & Mrs. Howard L. Clark, Jr. Suzanne & Bob Cochran Mr. & Mrs. Martin Cohen Mrs. Jacques Cohenca The Peter A. & Elizabeth S. Cohn Foundation John Brown Cook Foundation Kathy & James Cornelius Judith-Ann Corrente & Willem Kooyker Mr. & Mrs. Joseph A. DiMenna Linda & Michael Donovan Fiona & Stanley Druckenmiller Eva & Glenn Dubin Shelley & Steven Einhorn Mrs. Richard B. Fisher Mr. & Mrs. William E. Flaherty Mr. & Mrs. Victor F. Ganzi Golden Family Foundation The Sol Goldman Charitable Trust Jon & Mindy Gray Nadine & Michael Grobstein Mr. & Mrs. William B. Harrison, Jr. Marlene Hess & James Zirin David & Laurie Hodgson Mr. & Mrs. Robert J. Hurst Mr. & Mrs. Richard E. Jaffe Robert K. Johnson Karen Karlsrud & Raymond Mikulich Thomas L. Kempner, Jr. & Katheryn C. Patterson Mr. & Dr. Kevin W. Kennedy Melissa Ko & Doug Hahn Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth H. Landis The Leonard & Evelyn Lauder Foundation

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Betty & John Levin Benjamin Lewis & Jane Goldman Peter B. Lewis & Janet Rosel The Litwin Foundation Margaret Munzer Loeb & Daniel S. Loeb Mr. & Mrs. Jay P. Mandelbaum Mr. & Mrs. Howard N. McMorris II Mr. & Mrs. Ira M. Millstein Constance Milstein & Count de la Haye St. Hilaire Edward & Julie C. Minskoff Henry & Lucy Moses Fund, Inc. Jean & Albert Nerken Foundation The Nicolais Foundation Daniel P. & Nancy C. Paduano Foundation Mr. & Mrs. John A. Paulson Mr. & Mrs. Robert S. Pitts, Jr. Dean Poll Josie & Julian Robertson Mr. & Mrs. Joe L. Roby Mr. & Mrs. Theodore C. Rogers Daniel & Joanna S. Rose Mr. & Mrs. Jonathan P. Rosen Nina Rosenwald, Elizabeth & Michael Varet, & Alice Rosenwald Fiona & Eric Rudin Mrs. Derald H. Ruttenberg Roberta & Irwin Schneiderman Mr. & Mrs. Paul C. Schorr IV Mr. & Mrs. Bernard L. Schwartz Donna & Marvin Schwartz Robert G. & Karen M. Scott Norman Selby & Melissa Vail Mr. & Mrs. A.J.C. Smith Denise Sobel & Norman Keller Mr. & Mrs. John Steinhardt Howard Stern & Beth Ostrosky Patsy & Jeff Tarr Jeanette Sarkisian Wagner & Paul A. Wagner Mary Wallach Cynthia Weiler & E. Blake Moore, Jr. Dietrich Weismann Mrs. Robert I. Williams Robert W. Wilson Mrs. Charles Wrightsman Ann Ziff Pamela D. Zilly & John H. Schaefer Aerin Lauder Zinterhofer & Eric Zinterhofer

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$1 Million and Over

The Philip & Janice Levin Foundation

$500,000 to $999,999

Mr. & Mrs. Russell L. Carson Richard Gilder & Lois Chiles Wendy Keys & Donald Pels Jim & Marilyn Simons

$250,000 to $499,999

Anonymous The Bobolink Foundation The Andrea & Charles Bronfman Fund at Brandeis University Barry Diller & Diane von Furstenberg Thomas G. & Sheila C. Labrecque Charitable Foundation LuEsther T. Mertz Charitable Trust Sarah Peter Nina Rosenwald, Elizabeth & Michael Varet, Alice Rosenwald Mr. & Mrs. Jack Rudin The Peter Jay Sharp Foundation Sidney J. Weinberg, Jr. Foundation Robert W. Wilson

$100,000 to $249,999

Judy Hart Angelo & John M. Angelo Jane Bayard, The MAT Charitable Foundation, Inc. The Brodsky Family Foundation Lisa & Dick Cashin Charina Endowment Fund Mr. & Mrs. Joseph A. DiMenna Sherman Fairchild Foundation, Inc. Garden Club of America Amy & John Griffin Roslyn & Elliot Jaffe Family Thomas L. Kempner, Jr. & Katheryn C. Patterson Benjamin Lewis & Jane Goldman

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Laurie & Jay Mandelbaum Leni & Peter May Mr. & Mrs. Sylvester F. Miniter IV Estate of Gene A. Morin Henry & Lucy Moses Fund, Inc. Josie & Julian Robertson Mr. & Mrs. Jonathan P. Rosen Fiona & Eric Rudin Norman Selby & Melissa Vail In Memory of Herbert J. Seligmann & Theresa Metzger Mr. & Mrs. A.J.C. Smith Mr. & Mrs. Oliver K. Stanton The Starr Foundation John F. Stossel Mrs. Preston Robert Tisch David B. Williams

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$50,000 to $99,999

Anonymous (2) Peter & Pam Aschkenasy Elizabeth H. Atwood Mrs. Frederick M. Bailey Mrs. Glenn W. Bailey Wendy J. Belzberg & H. Strauss Zelnick Candice Bergen & Marshall Rose Mr. & Mrs. Peter Briger Suzanne & Bob Cochran Judith-Ann Corrente & Willem Kooyker Fund for the Delacorte Theatre in Central Park Linda & Michael Donovan Eric & Margot Egan Mrs. Tina Santi Flaherty Freed Foundation The Goldie Anna Charitable Trust Marlene Hess & James Zirin Bruce & Suzie Kovner Estate of Mae McFarlane Mr. & Mrs. Eugene Mercy, Jr. The Ambrose Monell Foundation Mr. & Mrs. John A. Paulson Abby Rockefeller Mauzé Charitable Trust The Rudin Foundation, Inc. The New York Community Trust Schneiderman Family Fund Donna & Marvin Schwartz

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$25,000 to $49,999

Anonymous Diane & Arthur Abbey The Richard & Pamela Ader Foundation Adele Block Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Bowers Ambassador & Mrs. W. L. Lyons Brown, Jr. Melva Bucksbaum & Raymond Learsy Patti & Ray Chambers Mrs. Howard L. Clark Mr. & Mrs. Martin Cohen The Peter A. & Elizabeth S. Cohn Foundation, Inc. Charles Payson Coleman III & Stephanie Erklentz John Brown Cook Foundation Kathy & James Cornelius Allison S. Cowles & Arthur Ochs Sulzberger Mrs. Charles A. Dana, Jr. Sarah K. De Coizart Article Tenth Perpetual Charitable Trust William W. Donnell Fiona & Stanley Druckenmiller Shelley & Steven Einhorn The Esplanade Fund Carl S. Forsythe III Merle & Barry Ginsburg Charitable Fund at the Jewish Communal Fund Golden Family Foundation Estate of Robert I. Goldman Jon & Mindy Gray Nadine & Michael Grobstein The Hagedorn Fund Mr. & Mrs. William B. Harrison, Jr. Jane R. Heller & Steven L. Gerard Jeffrey Hirsch Mr. & Mrs. Robert J. Hurst

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Suzanne Ircha & Robert Wood Johnson Mr. & Mrs. Hamilton E. James Robert K. Johnson Karen Karlsrud & Raymond Mikulich Mr. & Dr. Kevin W. Kennedy F.M. Kirby Foundation, Inc. Melissa Ko & Doug Hahn Kristy & Jonathan Korngold Samuel H. Kress Foundation Ken & Rosalind Landis The Leonard & Evelyn Lauder Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Richard S. LeFrak Peter B. Lewis & Janet Rosel Mr. & Mrs. Richard Lightburn The Lucius N. Littauer Foundation, Inc. The Litwin Foundation, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Howard N. McMorris II Mr. & Mrs. William Michaelcheck Edward J. & Julie C. Minskoff The Nicolais Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth S. Olshan Claudia & Gunnar Overstrom Mrs. Charles D. Peebler, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Jeffrey M. Peek Estate of Gitta Perl The Pinkerton Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Robert S. Pitts, Jr. The Prospect Hill Foundation, Inc. The Roby Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Theodore C. Rogers Daniel & Joanna S. Rose Mr. & Mrs. Paul C. Schorr IV Mr. & Mrs. Bernard L. Schwartz Denise Sobel & Norman Keller Patsy & Jeff Tarr Richard R. Turner Mr. & Mrs. Wynant D. Vanderpoel III Martha Ventilla The Vidda Foundation Holly B. Wallace & Edwin M. Baum The New York Community Trust Wallace Special Project Fund Mrs. Ira D. Wallach Philippa & Dietrich Weismann The Widgeon Point Charitable Foundation Estate of Ziporah C. Winer Mrs. Charles Wrightsman Ann Ziff Pamela D. Zilly & John H. Schaefer Aerin Lauder Zinterhofer & Eric Zinterhofer

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$10,000 to $24,999

Anonymous (10) Marilyn & Robert Abrams Louis & Anne Abrons Foundation, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Warren Adelson Ben Aitkenhead & Ifeoma Okoronkwo Herbert Allen Foundation Robert H. Anderson & Sherri L. Marton Madelyn Antoncic, Ph.D. Randall Arthur & Linda Yellin Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence T. Babbio, Jr. Sharon Saul Bain & Christopher C. Davis The Barker Welfare Foundation Bessemer Trust Genie & Bob Birch The Bisignano Family Serena Boardman The Barbara & Gary Brandt Family Foundation Louise & David Braver Mr. & Mrs. Daniel W. Bythewood Wendy N. Carduner Elizabeth & Jay Chandler David & Denise Chase Steven A. & Alexandra M. Cohen Foundation Mrs. Jacques Cohenca Mr. & Mrs. Everett R. Cook Suzi Keats Cordish Mr. & Mrs. John D. Delafield Antoinette Delruelle & Joshua Steiner The De Vink Foundation, Inc. The Dillon Fund The Dover Fund, Inc. Jean M. Doyen & Michael A. Kovner Eva & Glenn Dubin Estate of George H. Dunning Mr. & Mrs. Charles P. Durkin, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Walter A. Eberstadt Mrs. James C. Edwards Nancy Ellison & William Rollnick Mr. & Mrs. Arthur S. Estey Bonnie Pfeifer Evans The Charles Evans Foundation Jeanne Donovan Fisher Mr. & Mrs. David I. Foley David B. Ford John G. Freund Michael W. Gallo Family Mae Goffe Rochelle Gores

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George W. Gowen 43 Brett T. Graham Mr. & Mrs. Evan Greenberg Mr. & Mrs. Glenn H. Greenberg Gurney Foundation, Inc. Andrea Hagan & Paul Parker Russel Hamilton Mrs. Alexander B. Hawes Sheila A. Heffron & Michael Rankowitz Kirk Henckels & Fernanda Kellogg Jay Horine & Keturah Bracy Hugoton Foundation Estate of Patricia Hurley Goodrich Cathy & Bill Ingram Mr. & Mrs. George Irish Mr. & Mrs. Justin B. Israel Dr. & Mrs. Julius H. Jacobson II Leelee Brown Jaffe The Rona Jaffe Foundation The Jana Foundation, Inc. Mrs. Niels W. Johnsen Mr. & Mrs. Charles B. Johnson Muriel McBrien Kauffman Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Michael J. Kennedy Nell & Robert Kleinschmidt The Korein Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Alexey Kuznetsov Nanette L. Laitman Deborah & Peter Lamm Yoko Ono Lennon Mr. & Mrs. Ira A. Lipman Jessica Lee Lowrey & Jeffrey M. Habib Mr. & Mrs. Dan W. Lufkin Duncan & Nancy MacMillan Estate of Jane L. Mali Mr. & Mrs. Peter L. Malkin Mr. & Mrs. John F. Manocherian V & L Marx Foundation John McDermott & Victoria McManus Midler Family Foundation Brian & Heidi Miller Mr. & Mrs. Donald K. Miller Mrs. Walter Mintz Mr. & Mrs. Alan B. Mirken Marcia & Richard Mishaan Carol Mitchell Mary R. Morgan National Endowment for the Arts National Fish and Wildlife Foundation Joan E. Nicolais * deceased

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Valerie & Wright Ohrstrom Orentreich Family Foundation Arthur Ortenberg Elizabeth Parrilli & J. Christopher Harris Mr. & Mrs. Charles Pierce Mr. & Mrs. Michael F. Price Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Purcell, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. James H. Quigley Mr. & Mrs. Leonard Riggio The Robertson Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Spencer Robertson Mr. & Mrs. John R. Robinson Jack & Pat Roche Tara & Michael Rockefeller Donna & Benjamin M. Rosen Stephane Rosso Mr. & Mrs. William Russell-Shapiro St. Bernard’s School, Inc. A & J Saks Foundation, Inc. Sasco Foundation Mrs. Jennifer Saul The Morris & Alma Schapiro Fund Jennifer M. Schneck Mr. & Mrs. H. Marshall Schwarz Mr. & Mrs. Stephen A. Schwarzman Mr. & Mrs. Eric P. Sheinberg Mr. & Mrs. H. Virgil Sherrill The Shubert Foundation, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Peter Simon Donald Smith Paula C. Smith The Seth Sprague Educational & Charitable Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Jeffrey Stafford Burton B. & Nancy Staniar Ronald P. Stanton Mr. & Mrs. Michael Steinberg Mr. & Mrs. Steven Swarzman David Teitelbaum Estate Mr. & Mrs. Wilmer J. Thomas, Jr. Alison Heydt Tung Mr. & Mrs. Michael D. Tusiani Mr. & Mrs. John H. van Merkensteijn Mr. & Mrs. Thomas B. Walker III Sue Ann Weinberg Mr. & Mrs. Barrie A. Wigmore Harold M. & Susan Wit Sarah G. Wolfe Mr. & Mrs. Jaime E. Yordan Mr. & Mrs. Anthony A. Yoseloff Jim & Vivian Zelter Barbara & Donald Zucker

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Anonymous (16) Acorn Hill Foundation, Inc. The Aeroflex Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Andrew Africk Bernadette Ainello Frances Alexander Theresa Alexander Kevin R. Alger Stuart Antell Mr. & Mrs. David Apple Adrian & Jessie Archbold Charitable Trust Debbie & Richard Arnold Dr. Janet Asimov Shirley Atkinson Fred & Claudine Bacher Mr. & Mrs. Timothy R. Barakett Clarence S. Barasch Shelley Barber Jane Beasley The Robert & Nettie Benenson Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Carl Berg Bruce Bernstein Lee Berthelsen Mr. & Mrs. Luciano Berti Mr. & Mrs. John P. Birkelund Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth M. Blatt Mrs. Edward H. R. Blitzer Blue Dot Foundation Edith C. Blum Foundation, Inc. Anita J. Brause Anne Brimberg Diane E. Britz Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Brodsky Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth A. Buckfire Mr. & Mrs. Frank Burns Susan Calhoun & Charles Moss Mr. & Mrs. John Calicchio Mr. & Mrs. William I. Campbell Mr. & Mrs. Robert Casale Mr. & Mrs. Peter Chaffetz Purnendu & Amita Chatterjee Alexandra N. Chemla Mr. & Mrs. Bernard Cheriff Judith Loeb Chiara Mr. & Mrs. Robert A. Chute Mr. & Mrs. Michael Clofine William C. Close Mr. & Mrs. Theodore Cohn

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Mark Colb Joan Colello Debbie & Mark Cooper Mr. & Mrs. Leo J. Corbett Michael Corbett & Judith McGrath Joseph & Joan Cullman Conservation Foundation, Inc. Edward Cumins Filomen M. D’Agostino Foundation Beth & Stephen Dannhauser Andrea Darriau Mr. & Mrs. Marvin H. Davidson Mr. & Mrs. Kevin Davis Mr. & Mrs. Kim Davis Elisabeth de Picciotto Michael & Dudley Del Balso Chris Denham & Bob Stein Hester Diamond Robert L. Dilenschneider Ron & Krys Doerfler Susan W. Dryfoos Mrs. Walter G. Dunnington, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Bruno Eberli The Samuel & Rae Eckman Charitable Foundation, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Blair Effron Mr. & Mrs. Joel S. Ehrenkranz Viola Ellison The Blanche Enders Charitable Trust Mrs. Charles H. Erhart Mr. & Mrs. Ole Ertvaag Mr. & Mrs. James H. Evans Dr. & Mrs. Anthony B. Evnin Susan Fanciullo Mr. & Mrs. Eric C. Fast Leslie C. Feldman Lidia Guibert Ferrara Richard Ferrari & Elaine LaRusso Jeanne M. File Marjorie S. Fisher Gwen & Austin Fragomen Juliet E. Frank Robert Frank Deborah L. Freedman Mr. & Mrs. Roger Friedlander Mr. & Mrs. William J. Frischling George Fulcher John & Colleen Garbaczewski Andrea Garcia Charlene Gehm & Gary MacDougal Laura Gentile & Tom Bagot

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Nora Lynne Gibson & William L. Hudson Mr. & Mrs. Richard S. Gilbert R. Barbara Gitenstein & Donald Hart Gilbert W. Glass Adam J. Glazer Helen & Peter S. Goldstein Roberta Golubock Jody Goodenough & Robert Masterson Ester B. Goodman Mr. & Mrs. Michael L. Gordon William Grauer Mr. & Mrs. Philip T. Griffin Agnes Gund & Daniel Shapiro Ruth Ann & William F. Harnisch Mallory Hart Jonathan Hatoun Roberta A. Herbison Mr. & Mrs. James H. Herring Mrs. Leonard C. Hirsch Mr. & Mrs. Howard M. Holtzmann Mr. & Mrs. Fred Hubbell Mr. & Mrs. Michael S. Hudner Tresa Hughes Mr. & Mrs. Mel Ilberman Alan Iny & Roberta Griff Nikola Ivanov Mr. & Mrs. James Jacobson Mr. & Mrs. Theodore P. Janulis Jocelyn I. Javits & Kamil A. Grajski Mr. & Mrs. Wm. Mitchell Jennings, Jr. Freda & Chester Johnson Mr. & Mrs. Howard Kagan Mr. & Mrs. George S. Kaufman Mr. & Mrs. Gershon Kekst Mrs. Stephen M. Kellen Paul Kessel, Ph.D Stephen & Deirdre Kessler Henry Kibel Leigh Ann & Greg King Mr. & Mrs. Mark E. Kingdon Murry & Ellen Koppelman Jane L. Koryn Mr. & Mrs. John Kovitch Estate of Winifred Kreidel Krell Family Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Steven G. Lampe

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Mr. & Mrs. Marc Lasry The Bernard & Muriel Lauren Foundation Sandor Lehoczky & Martha Escobar Mrs. Mortimer Levitt The Leon Levy Foundation Robert M. Levy Adam & Melony Lewis Mrs. Memrie M. Lewis Mr. & Mrs. William M. Lewis, Jr. Robert I. Lipp Peter Llaneza Mr. & Mrs. J. Bruce Llewellyn Arthur L. Loeb George T. Lowy Mr. & Mrs. Eugene A. Ludwig Duncan MacGuigan Mr. & Mrs. Antonio Madero Cate L. Mahoney Ann S. & Albert L. Maltz Foundation Philip Marks & Terri Bishop Joseph Masteroff Kathleen A. McCarragher & Paul A. Brooke Kate McCaslin Mr. & Mrs. James McDonald Peter S. McHugh Robert B. McKeon Mr. & Mrs. H. Roemer McPhee Richard & Ronay Menschel Betsy Messerschmitt Clifford Meyer Mr. & Mrs. Michael A. Miles Steven Millstein The Estate of Paul Minkoff Mr. & Mrs. Alan B. Mitchell Mr. & Mrs. Howard L. Morgan Moss Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Karlheinz Muhr Elaine C. Murray Mr. & Mrs. Jon Nagel James Nederlander Mr. & Mrs. Robert Nederlander, Jr. Richard Nessel Family of Marie S. Neuberger New York State Council on the Arts Mr. & Mrs. Donald E. Newhouse Estate of Gloria Nissenson Mr. & Mrs. Luis A. Noboa Sherry O’Briant The Octagon Fund in Community Funds, Inc.

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Mr. & Mrs. Jack Ordway Daniel P. & Nancy C. Paduano Family Foundation Silda Palerm & Richard Hall Mrs. Alton E. Peters Connie Anne Phillips Mr. & Mrs. William M. Pope, Jr. Katharine Prentice Mitchell P. Rales Family Foundation Mrs. William Rayner Mr. & Mrs. Thomas L. Reece Bill Ritter Mr. & Mrs. D. Paul Rittmaster Hon. Allison Whipple Rockefeller Mr. & Mrs. Laurance Rockefeller Lana, Seth & Orin Rosenfeld Mrs. Arthur Ross Jill Ross & Paul Cole Johanna & Stanley Rossman Mr. & Mrs. Jack Rovner Estate of Jeffrey Ruesch Mary A.H. Rumsey Foundation Estate of Michael J. Sabron Michele & Antonio Sacconaghi Peter & Bonnie Sacerdote Mr. & Mrs. Oscar S. Schafer Corrente Schankler Dr. & Mrs. Peter Scharfenberger Mrs. Gerald Schoenfeld Schrager/Gitlin Family Frances Myrick Schultz John Schumacher Letha Schwiesow & Robert Flint Marguerite Scocimara Robert B. Sculthorpe Harriet Serenkin & Mr. Patrick K. McCooey Mr. & Mrs. Andrew Shapiro Mr. & Mrs. Robert Shaye Mr. & Mrs. Sidney Simon Mr. & Mrs. John Sipp Mr. & Mrs. Saul Skoler Harry Smith & Andrea Kuslits Mr. & Mrs. Jay T. Snyder Mr. & Mrs. Howard Solomon Mr. & Mrs. Theodore C. Sorensen Soros Fund Charitable Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Fred Soward Marlene Spigner Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Spitz John H. Steinberg & Jill Pliskin

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Isabelle Stevenson Susan & Peter Straub Leila & Mickey Straus Deirdre Sullivan-Gartner Dr. Judith P. Sulzberger Mr. & Mrs. Robert Sywolski Bertram Teich Nicholas Theocarakis Ali Theodore Mr. & Mrs. Charles W. Thomas Mr. & Mrs. Jonathan M. Tisch Mr. & Mrs. Mark Tuller Donna M. Uher & Arthur E. Imperatore Maria Louise Vecchiotti Paul Verkuil Ernest M. von Simson Mr. & Mrs. Herbert M. Wachtell The Selkin & Wakesberg Families Dr. Karl M. F. Wamsler Suzanna P. Wanicka The Waterman Family Fund Mr. & Mrs. Alan G. Weiler The Isak & Rose Weinman Foundation, Inc. Weissman Foundation, Inc. Jeri Wellman & Nicholas Bryan Larry D. Wender, DDS Eric K. Wepsic & Tricia Pacelli Mrs. Frank Wexler Mary P. Wheeler Nina & Michael Whitman Andrew Wiener Mr. & Mrs. H. Wilder, Jr. Deborah E. Wiley Mr. & Mrs. Peter Wirth Ann Eden Woodward Foundation Mrs. Arthur Zankel

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Anonymous (26) Ms. Jaculin T. Aaron Mr. & Mrs. Hirschel Abelson Mr. & Mrs. Henry H. Abernathy, Jr. Dr. & Mrs. David H. Abramson Mr. & Mrs. Leigh Abramson Alvin Achenbaum Mr. & Mrs. Paul G. Adams Mr. & Mrs. Alan M. Ades Alyson K. Adler & William H. Green Mr. & Mrs. Dean Stuart Adler

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Elliot Adler Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Adler Harvey Agosto & Ellen Scordino Mr. & Mrs. Anilesh Ahuja Christopher K. Aidun & Susan E. Weiner Mr. & Mrs. Ainar D. Aijala, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Lee Sanford Ainslie III Kendra Alcock Mr. & Mrs. Alan Alda Mr. & Mrs. Steven M. Alden Dr. & Mrs. Louis Aledort Nicole Alger & Zachary Karabell Ethel Strong Allen Robert E. Allen, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Eric Altmann Mr. & Mrs. Michael Nash Ambler Andrew Amer & Catherine Manning The American Scandinavian Society of NY, Inc. Les amis de la montagne Ammerman Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Charles Anderson Elizabeth Victory Anderson Mr. & Mrs. Rand V. Araskog Corinne Arazi Jim & Stefanie Ardrey Mr. & Mrs. Leo P. Arnaboldi III Jody & John Arnhold Mr. & Mrs. Robert H. Arnow Katherine B. Arthaud E. Nelson Asiel Gregory J. Attorri & Debra L. Shore Cristina Avello de la Pena & Ignacio Arnau Bru Mr. & Mrs. Jay G. Axelrod Mrs. William O. Bailey Peter Bakstansky & Georgia Steele Alec Baldwin Mr. & Mrs. Michael Balmuth Gini & Randy Barbato Steven M. Barna & Barbara Robbins Deirdre Barry Mr. & Mrs. Adam Bartos Francis D. Bartow Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Bassock Bruce C. Baughman & Melanie Gaines Arwin James J. Bauman Richard Baxter

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The Howard Bayne Fund Mr. & Mrs. Gentry T. Beach Mr. & Mrs. William Beadleston Caryn & Marc Becker Walter Becker Susan Beckerman Kent Belden Mrs. Robin Bell-Stevens J. Frederick Berg, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Philip J. Bergan Cassandra Berger Craig Bergstrom Mr. & Mrs. Howard P. Berkowitz Mr. & Mrs. Roger Stuart Berlind Steffi & Robert Berne Mr. & Mrs. Larry Bernstein Pam & Gene Bernstein Mr. & Mrs. A.W. Bertsch Ron Y. Bezoza Carl Bilyeu Clara Y. Bingham Mr. & Mrs. O. Francis Biondi, Jr. Gretchen & David Black Peter P. Blanchard III & Sofia A. Blanchard Mr. & Mrs. Harvey R. Blau Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence M. Blau Richard & Ching-Lynn Blewitt Daniel M. Blinkoff Mr. & Mrs. Richard Block Mai & Douglas Blonsky Christina M. Bloom Rochelle & Bernard Bloom Jacob Bluestein Foundation Melvyn H. Blum Scott & Roxanne Bok Mary Jane Boland Mr. & Mrs. William T. Boland, Jr. Donya & Scott Bommer Daniel & Anne Bookin Margaret Booth & Marvin Schechter Mr. & Mrs. Russell Booth Travis Borden Dorothy A. Borg Mr. & Mrs. Peter Boris Boston Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Laurent Bouyoux Sandy Bowers & Ralph Walter Catherine D. Bradley Inge Brafman Jonathan Brandt

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Mr. & Mrs. Douglas Braunstein Stuart Bregman The Brenner Family Foundation Christina Brice Leslie Brille Elizabeth & Stanlee Brimberg Mrs. Lawrence E. Brinn Nicholas Britell Mr. & Mrs. Glenn Britt Thomas W. Brock & Susan T. Brock Mrs. Warren Brody Jessica Brooks The Michael C. Brooks Family Pauline H. Brooks Arnold Broser Mr. & Mrs. Patrick K. Brosnan Laura & Stafford Broumand Hope Brown Karin B. Brown Mr. & Mrs. Robert D. Brown Mr. & Mrs. Robert L. Brown Mr. & Mrs. H. Lee Browne Mrs. Kirk Browning Mr. & Mrs. Clyde R. Brownstone Marilyn M. Bruneau Jane & John Bryan Mr. & Mrs. R. Duke Buchan III Mr. & Mrs. Christopher E. Buck Mr. & Mrs. James E. Buckman Thomas Buckner Mr. & Mrs. Robert L. Burch III Tory Robinson Burch Estate of Hildur Matilda Burgesons Mr. & Mrs. James E. Burke Mr. & Mrs. Harry Burn Jim Burns Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Burrell Mitsu Butler Robert S. Butler Mr. & Mrs. Samuel C. Butler Mr. & Mrs. Russell Byers Mr. & Mrs. Michael Cagen Mr. & Mrs. Miles Cahn C. A. L. Foundation, Inc. Marilyn Calderwood & Dodge Olmsted Charon Campbell May S. Campbell Mr. & Mrs. Philippe Camus Matthew Cantor Mr. & Mrs. Gordon R. Caplan

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Mr. & Mrs. Juan Carlos Cappello Mr. & Mrs. Benjamin M. Cardozo Mr. & Mrs. Bryan Carey William Polk Carey Mr. & Mrs. Peter A. Carnwath Mr. & Mrs. Michael Carr Mrs. Robert E. Carroll Mrs. William L. Cary Sharon Casdin Mr. & Mrs. Gerard W. Casey Veronica Castillo John Z. Censor Gerald & Barbara Chait Mr. & Mrs. Samuel R. Chapin Andrew H. Chapman Jinx Chapman Jacques Chappuis Debrah Lee Charatan Beverly & Herbert Chase Mr. & Mrs. Marc Chazaud Mr. & Mrs. Paul Cheng Karen Cherrone Mr. & Mrs. Bernard Cherry Jim Chervenak Neil D. & Kathleen M. Chrisman Mr. & Mrs. Philip Christopher Hwan Yoon Chung & Suh Kyung Yoon Mr. & Mrs. Jonathan Churchill Mr. & Mrs. John Ciafone Mr. & Mrs. Howard L. Clark, Jr. Michaela Clary Mr. & Mrs. Richard W. Clary Saul & Joyce Clateman Ashley M. Clauss Kathryn Clauss Kerry Ann Clawson Dupre Cochran & G. Moffett Cochran Barbara L. Cohen Mr. & Mrs. Jerry L. Cohen Jill M. Cohen Mr. & Mrs. Jon Cohen Mr. & Mrs. Lester Cohen Rhoda Weiskopf Cohen Steven A. & Alexandra M. Cohen Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Alan D. Cohn Mrs. Carla Cohn Eliza Cohn Gary Cohn & Lisa Pevaroff Cohn

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John B. Coleman Mr. & Mrs. Owen Coleman Lois Collier Linda S. Collins The Collins Family John Conklin The G.L. Connolly Foundation Jaymel E. Connor Janet Constantin Mary Ellen & Jeffrey Conway Carol L. Cooper Jonathan Cooper Kristen Copham Melanie A. Coronetz & Bruce G. Miller Stefano & Monica Corsi Mr. & Mrs. Peter Coster Mr. & Mrs. Phillip R. Cowen Mr. & Mrs. Randolph L. Cowen The Cowles Charitable Trust Mr. & Mrs. William C. Cox, Jr. Robert E. Crafton Cynara Crandall Dr. Chris Creatura Cedomir Crnovic & Valerie C. Rubsaman Mr. & Mrs. William F. Cruger Mr. & Mrs. Joseph H. Cruickshank Louise & Edgar Cullman Charlotte Cunningham-Rundles & James Bussel Anne N. Curtin Joseph R. Daly Foundation Dorothy D’Amato D. Ronald Daniel & Lise Scott David Daniels Judy & Aaron Daniels Margaret A. Darrin Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Peter T. Dartley Mitchell & Nina Davidson Becca Davies & Jeremy Kramer Mr. & Mrs. Gordon J. Davis Suzanne G. Davis Ward & Jessica Davis Mrs. Nathaniel Day Marquette de Bary Mrs. Michael P. DeBlasio Georgia Delano Marguerite De La Poer Mr. & Mrs. Patrick Demarchelier Mr. & Mrs. Benjamin J. Denihan

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Alexis S. Denisof & Alyson Hannigan Marie G. Dennett Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Steven A. Denning Robert de Rothschild Daniel de Roulet Mr. & Mrs. François de Saint Phalle Jennie & Richard DeScherer Mrs. Maria Josefa De Serrano Mary M. DeSilva Pierre J. Devegh Gayatri Devi Mr. & Mrs. Robert Devlin David H. DeWeese Carl DeWilde Jeremy Diamond & Alexandra Lebenthal Mr. & Mrs. Jeremy Dickens Mr. & Mrs. David Dietz Cleveland H. Dodge Foundation, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Thomas R. Donahue Evelyn & Mike Donatelli Louis Donato Patrick Dorsey & Alessandra Devine Arden D. Down Nancy & Bob Downey Mr. & Mrs. Rodman L. Drake Mr. & Dr. Craig A. Drill Jacqueline H. Dryfoos Mr. & Mrs. Ted Duff Meredith Dundin Andrew Dunlap Mr. & Mrs. Richard S. Dupont, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Robert A. DuPuy Jason Duran Florence D’Urso Lisa D’Urso Patrick Dwyer Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Eagan Eaglemere Foundation Brenda Earl Estate of Jean Eastman Mr. & Mrs. E. Llwyd Ecclestone Paul Edelstein Kenneth & Mary Edlow Mr. & Mrs. Drew W. Effron Mr. & Mrs. John B. Ehrenkranz Helene B. Eiber Mr. & Mrs. Neil T. Eigen John & Zoe Eisenberg Stephen Eisenstein Valerie & Steven Eisman

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Mr. & Mrs. Mark Ellis Mr. & Mrs. Niko Elmaleh Blair England & Peter Carlin Bonnie Englebardt Epstein Teicher Philanthropies James & Nina Essey Ethical Culture Fieldston School Mr. & Mrs. John Evans Dolores Eyler Samuel & Claire Fagin Bayla K. Falber Mr. & Mrs. Edward Falkenberg Anna Fantaci Mr. & Mrs. Kevin Farley Mr. & Mrs. Thomas N. Farmakis Colin & Katy Farmer Mr. & Mrs. Michael Fascitelli Marc A. Feigen Mr. & Mrs. Harvey Fein Mr. & Mrs. Frank Feinberg Dr. & Mrs. Meyer Feldberg Mr. & Mrs. William Felder Gretchen V. & Samuel M. Feldman Private Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Richard Feldstein Catherine S. Felleman Mr. & Mrs. Jay Fensterstock Barbara J. Fife Mr. & Mrs. Donald Fisher Fisher-Cummings Family Fund Dr. & Mrs. Jack Fishman Karen Fitzgerald Mr. & Mrs. Thomas M. Fitzgerald III William Flynn Elisabeth Fontenelli John G. Forbes, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. David Ford Marjorie Fortgang Luiz H. Fraga Susan Fraker Mr. & Mrs. Lew Frankfort Wendy Franklin Mr. & Mrs. James Freeman The Fremont-Smith Family Fund Mary Louise Frick Mr. & Mrs. J. Michael Fried Mr & Mrs. Eric Friel James Frischling Peter M. Frishauf & Katharine Rice Clayton W. Frye, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Valentin Fuster

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Justina & Jean Pierre Gagné Beverley & Leandro S. Galban, Jr. Lauren & Robert Gallagher Mr. & Mrs. George G. Gallantz Mr. & Mrs. Sergio Galvis Mr. & Mrs. Lee M. Gammill, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Robert M. Gardiner Loraine F. Gardner & Daniel Dolgin Ronald Garfunkel Mr. & Mrs. Richard Garland Christen C. & Ben H. Garrett Family Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Robert Garrett Mr. & Mrs. Dan Gasby John D. Gatsos Paul Gavriani Melissa Geiger & Paul Marvin Hon. & Mrs. Bruce S. Gelb Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Gelfand Robert & Lois Geller Arie Genger Margarita Genis Constance & John S. George Mr. & Mrs. Peter Georgescu Paula Gerden Renee L. Gernand Vincent Q. Giffuni A. Mary Gilbert Margaret A. Gilliam Evan S. Giniger Ruth E. Gitlin Mr. & Mrs. Henry Glanternik Regina Glocker Virginia Holden Glover Jeffrey Glueck Dr. & Mrs. Eliot Godofsky Nevin Elizabeth Gokalp, M.D. Mr. & Mrs. Leonard W. Golan Jean Golden Suzanne & John Golden Elliot Goldenthal Arlene L. Goldman William Goldman Mr. & Mrs. Alain Goldrach Perry & Donna Golkin Ann M. Goodbody Mr. & Mrs. Bruce L. Goodman Dorothy S. & Richard F. Goodman Philanthropic Fund Mr. & Mrs. Mark Goodman Mr. & Mrs. Roger H. Goodspeed

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Dr. & Mrs. Charles B. Goodwin Mr. & Mrs. Donald J. Gordon Mr. & Mrs. John R. Gordon Mr. & Mrs. Alexander M. Goren Deborah Gorham Linda Gorham Penny & James Gorman Robert F. Gossett, Jr. Dr. & Mrs. Antonio Gotto Mr. & Mrs. Harry E. Gould, Jr. Michael Graff Mr. & Mrs. Laurence Grafstein Dr. & Mrs. Victor R. Grann Dawne Marie Grannum Eugene & Emily Grant Family Foundation B. M. Grasso Mr. & Mrs. Mario Grauso Betsy S. Green Mr. & Mrs. David R. Greenbaum Mr. & Mrs. Frederic I. Greenberg Mr. & Mrs. Jeffrey Greenberg Stephen & Myrna Greenberg Mrs. Jerome L. Greene Estate of Taube Greenspan Roger A. Greenspun Renee E. Greenstein Scott Gregoire Mr. & Mrs. Peter S. Gregory Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Grier Deborah A. Griffin Thomas M. Griffing Laura L. Grimmer & Michael D. Beil Barbara & Clifford Grodd Terry & Michael Groll Vicki & Michael Gross L. Jay Grossman, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Ray J. Groves Mr. & Mrs. Martin D. Gruss Dr. & Mrs. Robert Guida Mr. & Mrs. Geoffrey Gund Mr. & Mrs. Jeffrey Gural Kristina Gustafson Henrietta Gwaltney Joseph & Emilie Haas Steven Haas Craig B. Haber Wendy Haft & Houstoun Demere Elizabeth Haggerty John Haggerty Katherine Haggerty

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Kathleen D. Hale Patricia R. Hall Mai V. Hallingby-Harrison Mimi Halpern George A. Hambrecht & Andrea Henderson Fahnestock Hamilton Family Foundation Paul L. Hammond Walter Handelman Mr. & Mrs. Mark Handler James Hanley Kevin Hansen Mr. & Mrs. John Basil Hardy III Christian Kelly Harker Mr. & Mrs. Peter C. Harkins Mr. & Mrs. Christopher B. Harned Mr. & Mrs. Bradley R. Harris Ellen R. Harris Julie Harris Richard & Susan Harris Ted & Dina Merrill Hartley Meryl Hartzband Karla & Peter Harwich Sylvia Kay Hassenfeld Janice P. Haggerty Gayle A. Hawkins Mr. & Mrs. Carney Hawks Walter H. Haydock Madie Ivy Head Mr. & Mrs. Andrew P. Heaney Mr. & Mrs. Michael Hegarty Mr. & Mrs. Albert P. Hegyi John Heist Mr. & Mrs. Walter Hellerstein Elizabeth & Jerome Hellman Mr. & Mrs. William Todd Henderson Loretta M. Hennessey Buck Henry Dr. Terry W. Hensle Jonathan M. Herman Miriam Hess Walter Hess Luule N. Hewson Bibiana F. Heymann Susan Hickey Mr. & Mrs. James B. Hicks Tania & Brian Higgins Mr. & Mrs. Miles L. Highsmith Margaret M. Hill Sandy Hill David & Nancy Hillis

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William T. Hillman Mr. & Mrs. A. Carter Hinckley Mr. & Mrs. John L. Hirsch The Hite Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Dylan H. Hixon Mr. & Mrs. Franklin W. Hobbs IV Dr. & Mrs. Steven Hodes David & Laurie Hodgson Mr. & Mrs. Robert F. Hoerle Mr. & Mrs. Ronald E. Hoffman Mr. & Mrs. Frank L. Hohmann III Thomas J. Holden Fiona M. Hollands & Marc Ethan Berman Linda Holliday Joe Holman Alison Holtzchue & Douglas Schloss Mandana Hormozi Linda & Steve Horn Robert A. Horne & Laurie Lindenbaum May K. Houghton Mrs. Arne Hovdesven Mr. & Mrs. Ara Hovnanian Kathryn & Jack Howard Dr. & Mrs. Lawrence Howard Mr. & Mrs. Ron Howard Mr. & Mrs. Charles O. Hoyt Mr. & Mrs. Henry H. Hoyt, Jr. Kenneth W. Hubbard & Tori Dauphinot Susan & Thomas Hudgins The Charles Evans Hughes Memorial Foundation, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Fazle Husain Mrs. Edward S. Hyman, Jr. Miriam & Steven Hyman Barbara Iason & Robert S. Buford, Jr. Paul Isaac Mr. & Mrs. Raphael Jacobs Edward A. Jacobson Joanne Jacobson Mr. & Mrs. John Jacobsson Ana Jaffe Liz & Alan Jaffe Mr. & Mrs. Richard E. Jaffe Julia Janes & Andrew I. Gordon Mr. & Mrs. William H. Janeway Carroll Janis

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Elizabeth & Robert A. Jeffe Valerie Jennings Mr. & Mrs. Keith Jewell Mr. & Mrs. Chad D. Johnson Tracey & Eric Johnston Stanley & Dawn Jonas Mrs. Carlisle Jones Jenny Jones & Roger D. Mack Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth Joseph Jennifer Josephy Mr. & Mrs. Warren S. Josephy Peter W. Josten Kevin Jovanovic, M.D. Mr. & Mrs. Ed Juda Mr. & Mrs. Robert B. Judell Mr. & Mrs. Peter L. Juhas Mr. & Mrs. Robert Juneja Mr. & Mrs. Peter Kagan Mr. & Mrs. William M. Kahane Mr. & Mrs.Thomas G. Kahn David & Ali Kamin Mr. & Mrs. Amos Kaminski Mr. & Mrs. Paul Kanavos David J. Kanfer Mr. & Mrs. Carl E. Kaplan Mr. & Mrs. Mark Kaplan Pat & Paul D. Kaplan Mr. & Mrs. Jay M. Kaplowitz David I. Karabell & Paula Moss William W. Karatz Louis Karol Lauren & Adam Karp Sally & Ivar Kasaks Robert Kasirer Mr. & Mrs. Roger E. Kass Jeffrey S. Katz Lauren Katz Marcus Katz Eric R. Katzman & Melissa L. Elstein Mr. & Mrs. Jon M. Kaufman Mr. & Mrs. Robert Kaufman The Kaufmann Foundation Bill & Paulette Kaufmann Mrs. Harry L. Kavetas Anne L. Keating Dan Keating Mr. & Mrs. Daniel L. Keegan Mr. & Mrs. Victor Keen W. Michael Keenan

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Mr. & Mrs. Dean Casper Kehler David Keith Robert G. Keller Lorna Kelly Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. Carol & Jerry Kenney Joan L. Kent, M.D. Mr. & Mrs. Peter M. Kern Mr. & Mrs. Edward Kerschner Mr. & Mrs. James Keyte Sharon K. Kilmer Catherine King Shirley Maytag King Kathleen E. Kinsella & James J. Stewart Mr. & Mrs. John A. Kirk Geof Kirsch John Kissane Erin & Alex Klatskin Joshua C. Klausner & Hyatt A. Bass Mrs. Jeffrey P. Klein Dennis A. Klejna Alan & Kathryn Klingenstein John & Karen Klopp Bonnie Knecht Rachel & William Knobler Candice Koederitz Ruth R. Koeppel Leonid & Ilona Kogan The Jacques & Margot W. Kohn Foundation, Inc. Kerry L. Konrad John & Anabel Konwiser Mr. & Mrs. Alvin M. Koplin Kay & William Koplovitz Mr. & Mrs. Lewis Joel Korman Helen & Jules Kornblau / The Kornblau Family Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Edward S. Kornreich Jonathan L. Koslow & Susan L. Robbins Phyllis L. Kossoff Janice & John Kosta William Otto Koster & Elaine Landis Koster Mr. & Mrs. William Kourakos Stephen C. Koval & Celeste M. Sant’Angelo Daniel R. Kramer Morris J. Kramer

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Tivia & Richard Kramer Mrs. Abraham Krasnoff Mr. & Mrs. David Kraus Ralf Krause Barbara Kravitz Jacquelyn A. Krese Mr. & Mrs. George A. Kress Melissa Kretschmer & Carl Andre Stephanie Krieger Mr. & Mrs. H. Frederick Krimendahl II Dana M. Kroll Mr. & Mrs. John L. Kubacki Shweta & Anand Kulkarni Mr. & Mrs. Hiroki M. Kurita Peter G. LaFleche Maria Elena Lagomasino Nicholas J. LaHowchic & Diane Forrest Mr. & Mrs. Sasa Lainovic John W. Laird Mr. & Mrs. James D. Lally Mr. & Mrs. Benjamin V. Lambert Fernand & Nicole Lamesch Mr. & Mrs. Robert Lamm W. Loeber & Barbara Landau Mr. & Mrs. Carl C. Landegger Mr. & Mrs. Neil L. Lane Margo Morton Langenberg Patricia & Andrew Langer Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth G. Langone Frederick W. Lapham III Abigail Lash & Austin Shapard Mr. & Mrs. Matt Lauer Mr. & Mrs. Robert L. Laufer Mr. & Mrs. Robert Laurie Mrs. Luke P. LaValle, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence C. N. Laybourne Mr. & Mrs. Charles Lazarus Dr. & Mrs. George M. Lazarus Mr. & Mrs. David H. Leach Joan Leake Cynthia Leary Mr. & Mrs. David M. Ledy Carol Lee & Brian Apatoff Mr. & Mrs. Alexander Lehmann Susan E. Lehrman Mr. & Mrs. Paul N. Leitner Mrs. Emily Garrigle Leonard

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Kurt F. Leopold Patrick LePore Kay Leroy Leslie Family Foundation Daniel J. Leventritt Elyse Levin Mr. & Mrs. Henry Levin Mindy Franklin Levine Mr. & Mrs. Richard Levin John Levine & Susan Clopton Mr. & Mrs. Steven A. Levine Mr. & Mrs. Irvin Levy Mr. & Mrs. John S. Levy Mr. & Mrs. Robert S. Levy Mr. & Mrs. Robert Liberman Nancy Lichtwardt Michelle Lieber & David Sutton Lion’s Pride Foundation Jonathan Lipnick & Susan C. Scheuer Mr. & Mrs. Thomas H. Lister Charles M. Little Stephanie & James Loeffler Mr. & Mrs. George S. Loening Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth R. Logan Alexandra W. Logue & Ian Shrank Mr. & Mrs. Stephen H. Long William Trigg Long Mr. & Mrs. Allan Loren Mr. & Mrs. Kevin Lorenz Gerald & Barbara Loughlin John J. Loughnane & Roseanne C. McConville Jack & Janet Loustaunou John Love Pamela & Jeffrey Lovinger Mr. & Mrs. Louis Lowenstein Mr. & Mrs. Paul C. Lowerre Caroline M. Lowndes Nicole Lozano Ann Lozman & Jay Harris Larry L. Luing John Lummis Robert R. Lusardi & Sabina A. Wu Mr. & Mrs. Hampton S. Lynch Susan E. Lynch Mr. & Mrs. Thomas C. Lynch Susan V. Lynskey

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Virginia Lyon Tim & Karen Macdonald Mr. & Mrs. Ian MacKenzie Mr. & Mrs. Robert B. W. MacNeil Angela Lynn Madden Mr. & Mrs. Stephen S. Madsen Mr. & Mrs. George E.B. Maguire Mrs. David J. Mahoney Brian & Florence Mahony Mr. & Mrs. Richard H.M. Maidman Mrs. Joseph L. Mailman Mr. & Mrs. Timothy R. M. Main Dr. & Mrs. Jerome E. Maisel Mr. & Mrs. Leonard Majzlin Joseph Maloney Elizabeth & Rohit Manocha Mr. & Mrs. Fred Manocherian Mr. & Mrs. Gerard Manolovici Lara Marcon & Jayaveera Kodali Becca Marcus Jerome C. Marcus Mr. & Mrs. Sidney O. Margolis Mr. & Mrs. Daniel P. Markaity Richard & Jocelyn Markowitz Mr. & Mrs. Alan R. Marks II Mallary Marks Peter N. Marron Alastair B. Martin Bryan Martin John Martin & Katherine Fitzhugh Mr. & Mrs. Terence D. Martin The Nicholas Martini Foundation Mrs. Jack C. Massey Sharon Mates Elliot Matlin Robert & Rita Matthews Mr. & Mrs. M. Anthony May Estate of Gerald L. Mayer Mr. & Mrs. Timothy P. Mayhew, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. John Maynard David Mayo & Carol Quinn Farrokh Mazdeyasna Bryan & Sarah Mazlish Nancy A. McAllister & Richard M. Card Patrick McBrien Mr. & Mrs. Colin McCabe Carlyn McCaffrey & John P. McCaffrey Mr. & Mrs. David K. McCallum William McCarten

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Anne K. McCarthy 49 Robert B. McCaw Stephanie & W. Carter McClelland Ms. Stephania McClennen Mr. & Mrs. Thomas McDermott Mr. & Mrs. William J. McDonough Hannah McFarland Mr. & Mrs. John P. McGarry, Jr. Mrs. John F. McGillicuddy Dextra Baldwin McGonagle Foundation, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Donald A. McGovern Douglas McGrath & Jane Read Martin Andrew & Jenn McGuigan Amy B. McIntosh & Jeffrey Toobin Arlene Price McKay Colin McKechnie Martin J. McLaughlin Mr. & Mrs. Charles A. McLendon, Jr. Marianne Mebane Jane W. Meisel & Ronald C. Miller Mr. & Mrs. Joseph P. Mele Mr. & Mrs. Jonathan M. Meltzer Mr. & Mrs. Steven Mendelow Jennifer L. Mercer Friedrike Merck Gregory & Audrey Meredith Mr. & Mrs. Arthur C. Merrill, Jr. Maria Messina Metzger-Price Fund, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Richard T. Meyer Lillian & Andrew Meyers Mr. & Mrs. Charles F. Michaels Paula Paster Michtom Milbank Memorial Fund Mr. & Mrs. Jeremiah Milbank III Andrew Miller & Dianne F. Lob Elizabeth & Richard Miller Mr. & Mrs. Leigh M. Miller Nicole Miller Mrs. Stanley R. Miller Mr. & Mrs. William J. Miller Mr. & Mrs. Timothy Millhiser Mr. & Mrs. Nicolas Millhouse Mrs. Minot K. Milliken Sally Minard Kettia Ming Alison Minton Joan E. Mintz & Robinson Markel Mr. & Mrs. Joseph V. Missett III John W. Mitchell

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New York Building Foundation, Inc. New York Lawn Bowling Club Mr. & Mrs. Robert Newburger Mr. & Mrs. Michael Newhouse Howard & Maryam Newman Randall & Jill Newman Theodore Newman Lynn & Nick Nicholas Mr. & Mrs. Wade H. Nichols Susan Nickerson Mrs. Samuel Niedelman Douglas L. Nigen Daniel Nir & Jill Braufman Diane Allen Nixon Colleen Noall Lorne & Judith Norton Amie & Scott Nuttall Robert & Patricia O’Brien Oceanic Heritage Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Anthony M. O’Connor John H. O’Connell Mr. & Mrs. Paul M. O’Connor III Mr. & Mrs. Kevin J. O’Donohue Howard & Joan Oestreich Ann Oestreicher Mr. & Mrs. Thomas P. Ogden Mr. & Mrs. Adebayo Ogunlesi Lauren O’Hara Mr. & Mrs. Tim O’Hara Anna & Olafur Olafsson Stephen Olear Frances Olsen Heather F. Olson & Glenn E. Crotty Abby & George O’Neill Trust Brian & Kimberly Orcutt Laurie O’Rourke Lida Orzeck Majella O’Shaughnessy Mr. & Mrs. George P. O’Sullivan Mary Ourisman Mark Owens Mr. & Mrs. Robert O. Owens Ruth Owens Paul Palazzo & Lorraine Iannello Christine Pallares Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Pantaleoni Mr. & Mrs. Edward S. Pantzer Parents Association of the Calhoun School, Inc. Jacqueline Parker-Togut Kevin & Ulla Parker

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Steven M. Parker Mr. & Mrs. Jeffrey Patterson Patricia S. Patterson Sir Julian Edmond Paul & Wendy Lewison Mr. & Mrs. Nicholas Biddle Paumgarten Andrew D. Peake Debra J. Pearlstein David P. Pearson Liliane & Norman Peck Rani & Charles Peck William & Elizabeth Pedersen Mr. & Mrs. Joseph R. Perella William E. Peters, Jr. Amy A. Peterson Richard G. Peterson & Ellen S. Flamm Robert Petrie Mr. & Mrs. Brian C. Pfeifler Yesim & David Philip Mr. & Mrs. Scott Phillips Mr. & Mrs. Andrew H. Pickering Elizabeth Pierce Melinda Piercy Steven Pinkos & Jennifer Martin-Pinkos Mr. & Mrs. Eugene Pinover Mr. & Mrs. Murray Pitt Mrs. William H. Pitt Veronique & Robert Pittman Allen Ward Platt Mr. & Mrs. Nicholas Platt Suzanne Barnett Plotch Judith J. Plows Jef Pollock & Deborah Brown Mr. & Mrs. John J. Pomerantz Leslie Fay Pomerantz Mr. & Mrs. Christian Pompa S. Poniatowski Sarah Pontius Rosemary Ponzo Sidney Lee Posel Robin Conway Poulos Mr. & Mrs. Donald A. Powers Mr. & Mrs. Michael E. Pralle Mr. & Mrs. John J. Preotle Dr. & Mrs. Peter I. Pressman Patsy Preston Ron B. Prince & Mark Hartnett Mr. & Mrs. Rodney M. Propp

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Virginia Ridder Neil C. Rifkind Mr. & Mrs. Robert S. Rifkind Barbara J. Riley Lois Robards Mr. & Mrs. Michael D. Robbins Donald M. & Mary G. Roberts Janinie Roberts Mr. & Mrs. Marc R. Roberts Wyndham Robertson Mr. & Mrs. Guy N. Robinson Mr. & Mrs. James D. Robinson David Rockefeller Janet Brower Rodenbarger Mr. & Mrs. Mario Rodriguez Carlos Rodriguez-Pastor & Gabriela Perez Rocchietti Mr. & Mrs. Alexander Roepers Kathy & Allan Rogers Gilbert L. Rogin Barbara & Robert Rohdie John Rohs Mr. & Mrs. Scott A. Romanoff Joseph A. Rosalie Lauren Ruth Rose Susan & Elihu Rose Foundation, Inc. Leslie Rosen Mr. & Mrs. Michael Rosen Dr. Sonia Rosenbaum Rosenheim Family Charitable Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Robert Rosenman The Juliet Rosenthal Foundation, Inc. David A. Rosinus William Roskin Alexandra Rosner Alfred & Jane Ross Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Cye E. Ross Mrs. Howard L. Ross Neil A. Ross Wilbur L. Ross & Hilary Geary Mr. & Mrs. Laurence B. Rossbach, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Alvin Roth Mr. & Mrs. William M. Roth Hope & David Rothschild Carolyn & Marc Rowan John & Valerie Rowe

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Mr. & Mrs. Charles M. Royce Mr. & Mrs. William S. Rubenstein Jane Altman Rubin Pamela & Richard Rubinstein Foundation John & Laurie Rudey Neil Rudolph & Susan Cluff Mr. & Mrs. Thomas P. Ruggieri Mr. & Mrs. Carlos Manuel Ruiz Louis Russo & Sheila Daly Russo Mr. & Mrs. Baird W. Ryan Joan L. & Reade H. Ryan Patricia Sackett Dr. & Mrs. Mortimer D. Sackler Jane Dresner Sadaka & Ned Sadaka Mr. & Mrs. Warren Saft Jessica Sailer Alice Saligman Barbara Saltzman Salute To The Seasons Fund, Inc. Anthony Sanders Mr. & Mrs. John Sargent Mark D. Sarno Sidney Sass H. Parkin Saunders Mr. & Mrs. Michael Saunders Mr. & Mrs. John F. Savarese Robert L. Saxe Thomas Scanlan Mr. & Mrs. Henry Schacht Mr. & Mrs. David K. Schafer Robert H. Schaffer Stephen P. Schaible Linda L. Schaller Mr. & Mrs. Arnold A. Scharf Mrs. George T. Scharffenberger Mr. & Mrs. Stephen J. Scheffer Mr. & Mrs. James Scheuer Mr. & Mrs. David T. Schiff Catharina Schlanger Mr. & Mrs. Walter J. Schloss Priscilla & Richard J. Schmeelk Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Paul C. Schorr III Mr. & Mrs. Jake Schrader Mr. & Mrs. George A. Schreiber, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. William J. Schrenk, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Jonathan Schulhof Michael P. Schumacher & Joyce C. Pressley

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Marjorie Moses Schwab Joan C. Schwartz Nancy Schwartz Mr. & Mrs. Robert L. Schwartz Anneliese Schwarzer William C. Scott Daniel Scotti Dr. & Mrs. Thomas P. Sculco Robert W. Scully & Nancy Petersman Mr. & Mrs. Paul Segal Thomas & Ann Seifert Craig L. Seitel Dinah Seiver & Thomas Foster Russell & Frances Selby Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Selkowitz Devin Sellers Jean L. Shafiroff Devesh & Radhika Shah Stacey & Sebastian Shapiro Curt B. Sharp & Dean Stein Mr. & Mrs. George H. Shattuck, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Terrence Shea Jacqueline & Neal Shear Mr. & Mrs. Robert Sheehan Amy Sherman Amy V. Sherman-Palladino Barbara Sherr Mr. & Mrs. Thomas R. Shiah Mr. & Mrs. Mark L. Shifke Mariya Shikher Susan Shin Gil Shiva Barbara Karp Shuster Marie Sicari Mr. & Mrs. Walter F. Siebecker Daniel Sieberg Mr. & Mrs. Lee Siegelson John Sillaro John Leland Sills, Esq. Bruce S. Silver Mr. & Mrs. Jack S. Silver Mr. & Mrs. Larry A. Silverstein Mr. & Mrs. Talbott Simonds Abby R. Simpson James A. Simpson & Sigourney Weaver Lori Singer Alok Singh & Mary Singh Kristian & Jackie Siqueiros Mr. & Mrs. James B. Sitrick

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Mr. & Mrs. Brian Sivy Steven F. Skoler & Sandra J. Horbach John Slain Mr. & Mrs. Paul R. Slayton Mr. & Mrs. Christopher C. Smith Mr. & Mrs. F. Randall Smith Mr. & Mrs. Grant Smith Mrs. Howard W. Smith James S. & Laura B. Smith Mr. & Mrs. Michael P. Smith Michelle Smith & Andrew Oshrin Phyllis & Raymond W. Smith Mr. & Mrs. Randall Smith Mr. & Mrs. Charles F. Smithers, Jr. Clint Smullyan Mr. & Mrs. D. Edward I. Smyth Mandeep Sobti Mr. & Mrs. Arvin Soh Mr. & Mrs. Joseph G. Solari, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. David M. Solomon Mr. & Mrs. David Z. Solomon Mr. & Mrs. Robert J. Solomon Edwin Lee Solot & Marie de Lucia Mr. & Mrs. Richard Soloway Peter & Judith Som David G. Sommers Mr. & Mrs. Paul Soros Mr. & Mrs. Robert Soros Margot & Hoyt Spelman Louisa C. Spencer Mr. & Mrs. C. Michael Spero Diane & Mark Spilker Mr. & Mrs. Eliot L. Spitzer The Stainrook Foundation Alfred T. Stanley Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Michael C. Stanley Carl Stanton & Laura Warner Mr. & Mrs. Jonathan C. Stapleton Amy M. Starck Janet J. Stark Mr. & Mrs. John Stark Carolyn Starmann Mr. & Mrs. Ronald M. Starr Catherine Stickney Steck Mrs. Robert K. Steel Mr. & Mrs. Andrew P. Steffan Jean Stein, JKW Foundation Wendy Stein & Bart Friedman Hilary & Robert Steinman Mr. & Mrs. George E. Stephenson II

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Mr. & Mrs. James Stephenson Elizabeth A. Jimenez Stern Mr. & Mrs. Emanuel T. Stern Mr. & Mrs. Leonard Stern Marilyn Stern Mr. & Mrs. Michael Stern Joanne R. Sternlieb Robert Sternlieb Mr. & Mrs. Whitney Stevens Elizabeth H. Stinchcomb Dr. & Mrs. Michael A. Stocker Linda & Neal Stoll Mr. & Mrs. Aaron Stone Mr. & Mrs. Richard H. Stowe Virginia K. Stowe Robert G. Strachan The Dorothy Strelsin Foundation Christopher Stromee Matt Styczynski Christopher Suellentrop Mr. & Mrs. Charles M. Sukenik Edward Sulzberger Foundation William I. Sussman Susan Sweet & Robert Nieuwenhuizen Karina Swette Helen Swinton Michael R. Syers Sy Syms Foundation Charles & Szilvia Tanenbaum Mr. & Mrs. Robert Tannenhauser Mrs. Michael Tarnopol Beth Tasca Joelle & Peter Taub Paul J. Taubman Diana Taylor Jean E. Taylor Sam Teichman Mr. & Mrs. Tom Teles Ann G. Tenenbaum & Thomas H. Lee Jocelyn Tennille David A. Terveen Anne Teshima Mr. & Mrs. Steven M. Theede Thendara Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Andrew S. Thomas Douglas P. Thomas Lydia Biddle Thomas Bobbye Thompson Mr. & Mrs. Geoffrey A. Thompson

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Mr. Allen R. Thorpe & Ms. Meghan E. Mackay Mr. & Mrs. Leo J. Tick Mrs. George H. Tilghman Sara Tirschwell Anastasia Titarchuk Mrs. Marvin B. Title Marjorie Tiven Barbara & Donald Tober Mrs. Maynard Toll Mr. & Mrs. Walter S. Tomenson, Jr. William & Barbara Tomson Samantha S. Topping Lydia Touzet Mr. & Mrs. Andrew Tow Donna & John Trammell Dr. & Mrs. Alex Traykovski Cynthia R. Tremblay Alvin Trenk Trevor Day School Kathleen H. Tripp Blaine Trump Litsa D. Tsitsera Joseph Tucci Mr. & Mrs. Andrew J.F. Tucker Turkish Cultural Center Robert L. Turner Fanny Turschwell Evan W. Uhlick Mr. & Mrs. Thomas I. Unterberg Mr. & Mrs. Marc A. Utay Mr. & Mrs. Hans P. Utsch Mr. & Mrs. Renato Valente Van Beuren Charitable Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Michiel van der Voot Lois Van Deusen Mr. & Mrs. Jan F. van Eck Simon van Kempen & Alex McCord Kay E. Van Norton Mr. & Mrs. Peter Van Olinda Mr. & Mrs. Paul D. Vartanian Venable Foundation Dr. & Mrs. Joseph Vento Hugo Verdegaal Thomas Verduzco-Weisel Mr. & Mrs. Clifford Viner Guillermo & Maria Vogel The Volcker Family Foundation, Inc. Mary Ellen & Karl von der Heyden Joan R. von Koschembahr

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Mr. & Mrs. Richard A. Wilpon 52 Philip D. Wilson, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Charles Winn Jessica Winter Sabrina Wirth Debi & Steven Wisch Harold & Judith Witkow Mr. & Mrs. H. Joseph Witte Susan Witty Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence A. Wohl Mr. & Mrs. William T. Wolf Carol Wolfe Howard L. Wolfson & Terri McCullough Mr. & Mrs. David Wolkoff Mr. & Mrs. Gene M. Woodfin James H. Worth Robert H. Worth, M.D. Mr. & Mrs. D. Malcolm Wright Mrs. Thomas M. Wyman Suzanne & Ravi Yadav Jackie & Mark Yale Mr. & Mrs. Roger Yaseen Kimberly Yellin & Marc D. Stern Mr. & Mrs. Michael D. Yon Stephanie S. Young Anthony Yurgaitis Mr. & Mrs. Boniface A. Zaino Gilda Zalaznick Stephen & Barbara Zammarchi Lucille Zanshi & James Dow John Zardis Yael & Rony Zarom Audrey Zauderer del Rosario Baroness Mariuccia Zerilli-Marimo & Mr. Massimo Soncini Carol & Lawrence Zicklin Daniel M. Ziff Valerie Zilkha Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Zimmerman Ron & Jane Zimmerman Mr. & Mrs. Richard S. Zinman Mr. & Mrs. Philip M. Zinn Mr. & Mrs. Nicholas B. Zoullas Uzi Zucker Mr. & Mrs. Arnold J. Zurcher Suzanne Zywicki

Mr. & Mrs. Christoph von Strasser Jane Vris Linda J. Wachner Patricia A. Wages Mr. & Mrs. Jeffrey C. Walker Mrs. Terri Bantle Walker Mr. & Mrs. Peter Wallace Renata Walter Mr. & Mrs. Milton J. Walters Mr. & Mrs. Ali Edward Wambold Janice L. Warne Mr. & Mrs. Steven R. Wax Herschel Waxman Charlotte C. Weber John C. Weber Mr. & Mrs. Steve Wechsler John D. Weeden & David L. Davies Florence Weicker Mr. & Mrs. Edward W. Weikert Theodore & Renee Weiler Foundation, Inc. Marshall Weinberg Mr. & Mrs. Robert F. Weinberg Mr. & Mrs. Steven J. Weinreb Andrew Weinrich Audry & Alex Weintrob Jeffrey S. Weiss Jonathan G. Weiss & Barbara Asch Mrs. Tamar J. Weiss Paul J. Weissman The Nina W. Werblow Charitable Trust Mr. & Mrs. Pieter Wernink Cinder & Tom White John P. White, Esq. The Whitehead Foundation Mr. & Mrs. John C. Whitehead Laura Whitman & Thomas Danziger Anthony Whittemore Dr. & Mrs. Robert D. Wickham Mr. & Mrs. Stuart Widman Lawrence Wieman & Lief Sannen Mr. & Mrs. Malcolm H. Wiener Janet Wikler & Arthur Hyams Mr. & Mrs. Jarvis Wilcox Dr. & Mrs. Anthony H. Wild Ronald A. Wilford Walter J. Wilkie Emily Willard Carol & Robert Williams Mrs. B. Robert Williamson Mr. & Mrs. David Willson

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Corporate

(Gifts, pledges, & pledge payments made July 1, 2008 through June 30, 2009)

$1 Million and Over Chanel

$500,000 to $999,999 mcgarrybowen WABC-TV

$250,000 to $499,999 Bloomberg JPMorgan Chase & Co.

$100,000 to $249,999

Ernst & Young LLP New York Road Runners Club, Inc. The REBNY Foundation

$50,000 to $99,999

Consolidated Edison Company of New York, Inc. Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP

$25,000 to $49,999

Ainsworth Pet Nutrition Allen & Company AMETEK Foundation, Inc. Brooks Brothers The Home Depot Marsh & McLennan Companies, Inc. MTV Networks Rudin Management Company, Inc. The Walt Disney Company

$10,000 to $24,999

20th Century Fox ABC Studios East, Inc. Arnhold & S. Bleichroeder Holdings, Inc.

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Bartlett Tree Experts The Bloomingdale’s Fund of the Macy’s Foundation Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation The Capital Group Companies Charitable Foundation Credit Suisse Diageo NA Deutsche Bank Americas Foundation Goldman, Sachs & Co. Grocery Haulers, Inc. Jack Resnick & Sons, Inc. Jobro Productions, Inc. Mars Snackfood US, LLC McKinsey & Company Merrill Lynch Morgan Stanley NBC Universal Nespresso News Corporation Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP Rockefeller & Co., Inc. Sony Corporation of America Van Eck Global Viacom West Side Soccer League Xerox Corporation

$5,000 to $9,999

AllianceBernstein American Secured Fence Bally Biscuits & Bath Pet Services, Inc. BNP Paribas Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP Century Road Club Association Coach Foundation Cometals Cranshaw Corporation Cravath, Swaine & Moore, LLP Excel Partners Farrell’s Limousine Service FGI Corporation GE Foundation Goldfarb & Fleece Grizzly Productions, Inc Impossible Pursuits, Inc.

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InfoSpace, Inc. Latham & Watkins The Lukens Company Mosbacher Energy Company NATIXIS Newmark Knight Frank Nutro Products, Inc. Saucony, Inc. Sonic Construction Co. Inc. Sports Illustrated Summit Productions, Inc. SWIFT TD Bank TeleBrands TST Logistics, Inc. Welding Works Inc.

$1,000 to $4,999

Anonymous American Express Company American International Group, Inc. Assured Guaranty Ltd. The Bank of New York Mellon Community Partnership Barclay Investments, Inc. Boonton Power Equipment Inc. Bowne of New York City, Inc. Bulgari C. E. Shepherd Company, L.P. California Wine Institute Calyon Cannoli Productions, LLC Canterbury Designs, Inc. Canterbury Productions, Inc. Compulsive Pictures, Inc. Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group CS America, Inc. The Durst Organization East Coast Mines Ltd Exxon Mobil Foundation FibroGen, Inc. Galtere International Fund General Atlantic Partners LLC Glen Raven Knit Fabrics Group LLC Google Greencard Pictures Highland Industries, Inc. Holtz Rubenstein Reminick LLP

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Hungry Man, Inc. IBM Corporation ING Foundation Jan Hird Associates, Inc. Japan Day, Inc. John Wiley & Sons, Inc. Johnson & Johnson Kenneth Cole Foundation Liberty Mutual Insurance Co. Luna Lighting, Inc. Marcia Raff Studio Maverick Capital Charities Microsoft Giving Campaign Program Mutual of America My Media LLC MZM Corp., General Contracting The New York Times Company Foundation North Six, Inc. Nurse Productions, Inc. Park Pictures, LLC Pfizer Foundation Polo Ralph Lauren Foundation Rabobank Relish Caterers Stardust Visions Stop & Stor Charitable Fund Super Soccer Stars Tiffany & Co. Times 3 Productions, Inc. Topanga Productions Tower Group, Inc. Turkish Cultural Center Twelve Productions Warner Brothers Television Productions West 15 Townhouse Corporation Whyoming Productions, Inc. William A. Gross Construction Assoc. Inc.

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Team Central Park Kendra Alcock Christopher Angell Leo Arnaboldi III Puja Bavda Kent Belden Travis Borden Mitsu Butler Karen Cherrone Ashley Clauss Kathryn Clauss Lyle Coffield Robert Crafton David Daniels Rutger De Vink Louis Donato Meredith Dundin Adam Dweck Patrick Dwyer Joseph Floyd William Floyd Deborah Freedman Erica Frontiero Michael Gallinaro Ari Gauss Dom Genest Margarita Genis Adam Gianunzio Scott Gregoire Kevin Hansen Caroline Heller Neil Hirsch Joseph Holman Marc Jackson David Johnson Lars Kayser Bonnie Knecht Justine Knight Ralf Krause Fritz Kundrun Emily Lammers Nancy Lichtwardt Joseph Maloney Stephanie Marion Patrick McBrien Kate McCaslin Walter McCormack Shaun Mooney Jason Moore Stephen Morrissey

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Elizabeth Mullen Ranji Nagaswami Theodore Newman Lauren O’Hara Stephen Olear Christopher Orbell Eric Plosky Sarah Pontius Jean-Philippe Roby Neil Ross Hans Ruddy Jessica Sailer Mark Sarno Jan Schaaper Marie-Helene Schaaper Julie Schwartzberg Daniel Scotti Deborah Shapiro Mariya Shikher Daniel Sieberg Lori Singer Mandeep Sobti Lindsay Stone Matt Styczynski Karina Swette Sam Teichman Bobbye Thompson Anastasia Titarchuk David Tolley James Townsend Kees Van Leeuwen Thomas Verduzco-Weisel R. Ted Weschler Anthony Whittemore Calvin Wong Stephanie Young John Zardis Valerie Zilkha

Dr. Janet J. Asimov Janet Baker Frank Bamberger Iris Barad Karen Barnett Henrie Jo Barth Maurice & Yvette Bendahan Susanna Berger Mr. & Mrs. Marco B. Bianchi Dr. Martin L. Birnbaum & Myra Weiss Barbara E. Bishop Janet L. Blau Mr. & Mrs. Jeffrey R. Boffa Colette Bonsard Dorothy A. Borg Lisa M. Bosse Dorothy Bracey Gerald L. Bray Mrs. Charles E. Brenauer Pauline H. Brooks Thatcher M. Brown III Richard Burgheim Helen V. Chaplin Bertha Chase Hilda Chazanovitz Kevin Childress Mrs. Howard L. Clark John D. Claypoole & Frank Vazquez Mr. & Mrs. Theodore Cohn Mrs. Thais Cohrone Mrs. Bradley Collins Margot Collins Reverend Alma Daniel Marquette de Bary Albert Deveraux Diane C. Dunne Dr. Margot Ammann Durrer Helene B. Eiber Diana M. Elton Phoebe J. Epstein Dr. Robert A. Erlandson Mr. & Mrs. James H. Evans Olive Evans Mary Ellen Fahs, PhD Bayla K. Falber Stephen W. Fillo Mr. & Mrs. Richard P. Flamm Mary A. Flannery Vera Freeman

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Anonymous (21) David B. Acker Sonja Alaimo Mary Christine Andrews Elizabeth M. Apley Barbara Appel Scott Archer Robert Ardini Areta M. Arlen Winifred Armstrong

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Deborah L. Friant In memory of Richard D. Friedman Lois Gartlir Nancy & Gerald P. Gehman Jane A. Gil Richard Gilder Marianne Gill Barbara A. Gillette Gilbert W. Glass Virginia Glover Lynn Goldfine Mr. & Mrs. Bernard Grant Nancy R. Greenberg Thomas M. Griffing Mrs. Arthur S. Guilder Catherine Guillory Lee Haber Dr. Helen M. Hacker Shelley Ann Hainer Howard E. Hallengren Paul L. Hammond Mr. & Mrs. C.W. Haney Rosalyn & Leonard Harber Josie Harkness Ruth Ann Leach Harnisch In memory of Morton B. Harris Robert G. Hartmann Joan L. Hasner Andree M. Hayum Mary D. Herberich Judith Heustein Andrea Elliott Hill Rev. Mr. William J. Hill Mr. & Mrs. John L. Hirsch Karen L. Hobson Mr. & Mrs. Ronald E. Hoffman Daniel W. Homan Bill Huxley Miriam Hyman Joyce A. Hyon Barbara Idzerda Justin B. Israel & Emel Glicksman Mr. & Mrs. Robert J. Jacobson, Jr. Michael Janicki James E. Jarnagin Mr. & Mrs. Scott Jerome-Parks Theresa M. Johnson Richard Kagan Carolyn Kane Allen M. Katz Arlene Katz

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Lorna Kelly Mr. & Mrs. Donald T. Keys Jeffrey Kindley Stephen Kirschenbaum Mr. & Mrs. Lansing Lamont Marcia A. Lapham Wendy Larsen Grace Leight Jane A. Levenson Margery Lipton Arthur S. Liss Bernadette M. Lynch Virginia S. Lyon Janet Mardfin Kathi Marks Marion M. Maybank Charles F. McCown John C. McGuire Norma McMillan & Robert McLaughlin Samuel Menashe Vivian Merrin Mr. & Mrs. Leon Metz Kay Michaels Ann Davidson Michell Karen Michelsen Fran H. Miller James F. Minter Arthur A. Moore Patrick Morgan Evelyn Morgenbesser Leonora Morrison Mr. & Mrs. Paul A. Murphy Marjorie Naughton R. Neuber Marcia Newfield Robert K. Niddrie Peter Norton Mr. & Mrs. Kevin J. O’Donohue Paula Offricht Karen O’Keeffe Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth S. Olshan Susan Orbach Lida Orzeck, Ph.D. Mrs. Willam H. Osborn Emy Otani Joyce H. Panzer Mrs. Charles D. Peebler, Jr. Muriel Peters Robert F. Petrie Dr. & Mrs. Paul J. Poppers

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Desmonde Printz Christina Reik In honor of Beatrice Renfield Mrs. Laura Bemben Ressner Carol Rial Betsy Meredith Rigo Dr. Josephine Rogers Mr. & Mrs. Robert C. Rohdie Janet L. Ross Alan C. Rothfeld Ravi Rozdon Sarah Rubenstein Sue Rudman Ann Russell Diane Russell Joan Sachs Tsuneko Sadao Isabel Sadurni A & J Saks Foundation, Inc. Janice T. Sands Michael J. Santaferrara Mr. & Mrs. Robert Sawyer Allison B. Saxe Theodore R. Sayers Alvin Schechter Linda W. Scheffler, Ph.D. David J. Schnabel Roberta & Irwin Schneiderman Margaret A. Schuette Marian L. Schwindeman H. Joseph & Lenore Scott Dr. & Mrs. David C. Searles Murray R. Secher Richard Seff Dr. Cecily Cannan Selby Norman Selby & Melissa Vail Virginia Sheerin Randall Sloan James Thurmond Smithgall Josephine Sokolski Edwin Lee Solot & Marie de Lucia Dr. & Mrs. Peter Som Lawrence B. Spector Margot & Hoyt Spelman William H. Squier Nancy Starr Judith Steckler Catherine Potter Stephenson Rhoda Stern Mr. and Mrs. David W. Stewart

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Peter C. Stockman Robert G. Strachan The Dorothy Strelsin Foundation Ilona G. Swaring Mr. & Mrs. Phillips Talbot Mrs. Shirley Glubok Tamarin Judith Thatcher Joseph M. Thomas II Theresa S. Thompson Dorothy Belle Thornton Jerry A. Tishman Elliot Spencer Turgen Juliet Turner Renato & Eleanor Valente Elizabeth R. Varet Virginia Hoge Verwaal Patricia Volk Aileen Ward Sally Wardwell Cynthia Webster Carol Weil Marshall Weinberg Jane Weiser & Karl R. Knobelsdorf Margery K. Westin Barbara A. Withers Howard S. Yaruss Anita Zacharias Mrs. Miriam Troop Zuger

Charitable Gift Annuities Dorothy A. Borg Bertha Chase

Estate Gifts

Estate of Hildur Matilda Burgesons Estate of George H. Dunning Estate of Jean Eastman Estate of Robert I. Goldman Estate of Patricia Hurley Goodrich Estate of Taube Greenspan Estate of Gordon J. Klopf Estate of Winifred Kreidel Estate of Jane L. Mali Estate of Gerald L. Mayer Estate of Mae McFarlane Estate of Paul Minkoff Estate of Gene A. Morin

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Estate of Gitta Perl Estate of Jeffrey Ruesch Estate of Michael J. Sabron Estate of Lise R. Seligmann Estate of Ziporah C. Winer

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Ib Alvin Durval Araujo Ruth & Joe Arnold Donna Bain Edward Benenson Esta & Milton Bernstein Johann Berthelsen Martin Blatt Edward Blitzer David Braver Andrew Brawer Lindsley Brennan Felicia Beckman Brewer Jorge Caso Bercht Stanley Rossman & Justine Leone Helen Brown Steven Calicchio Clara & Benzion Colb Diego Cortina William Crandall Jean-Paul Darriau Thomas Davies Lee Degenstein Joanne Doherty Charles Evans Morris Fishman Karen Flischel & Kim Bunni Luck Gus & Frances Flowers Cesare Gentile Hope Goodwin John Howland Gorham Catherine Grigoriou Rita Guibert Eilonwy Haggerty Beate Herman Leonard Hirsch Ulrich Hongler Judith Hornig Frederick K. Hussey Rada & Alexander Ivanov Carlisle Jones Ted Koryn

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Herman & Gertrude Kraus Vito LaRusso Lycée Français New York Alumni William J. Maloney & Michael A. Maloney Albert Maltz Michelle Mercaldo Fred Meyer Angelica Mittelstadt Eugene Monich Olivia Monjo-Mahoney Linda J. Nessel Beverly Newman Gloria Nissenson Pat O’Briant James Peake Loretta Perlmuth Christine Potters Natasha Richardson Melissa Riggio Eric Rothstein Michael Sabron Marie Saxe Heidi Lynn Sculthorpe Helen Shapiro Ryan Shay Sash Alexander Spencer Christian Starck John Stevenson Joseph Struhl David & Sylvia Teitelbaum Lee Becker Theodore & Paris Theodore Marvin Title Alice & Si Wakesberg Emil Weiss Paul Weissman Dr. Daniel C. William

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Keturah Bracey Lawrence Burdette Robert Casale Stephen Case Alexandre Chemla Madonna Ciccone Joseph Cooper Leo Joseph Corbett Kevin Davis

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Joseph DiMenna Blair Effron Robert Flint Dakota, Madison, & Anabel Frank Adele & Carl Frischling Pamela Gallo Michael Glueck Keith Green Philip Griffin Leo Hindery Tresa Hughes Suzanne Ircha Jon Kaufman Matt & Angela Keller Thomas Kempner Gregory King Colin Knudsen Louis Kreisberg Kelly Levin Harry Lis & Family Fraydun Manocherian Abbie Marks Robert Masterson William McDonogh Henry D. Mercer, Jr. Lynden B. Miller Muffy & Donald Miller Sara Cedar Miller Robert Mosbacher Charlene & James Nederlander Herbert & Fritzi Owens Jack Rosenfeld Richard Schwartz Jane & John Shalam Edward Sherman Beverly Sills Ian Smith Margaux Spitz Beverly & Alan Sternlieb Oscar S. Straus II Sting & Trudie Styler Maja & Bessie Sullivan Giuseppe Suppa Mr. & Mrs. Julian Taub Mrs. Nancy R. Turner Mary Wallach Eddie & Estelle Wellman Benjamin Wurts

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Ada Nieves for Dogs American Kennel Club Animal Fair Media, Inc. ARF DOG The Bark, Inc. The Brooklyn Brewery Canine Styles Wendy N. Carduner DOGSWELL Jonathan Englert The Estée Lauder Companies Inc. From Scratch Lee Harrington Herban Essentials Jazzmobile Inc. Jonathan Adler Leslie & Leigh Keno KONG Company David & Simone Levinson The Loeb Central Park Boathouse Mackenzie-Childs Mitch Gyson Studio Modern Dog Inc. The New York Dog Shop New York Family New York Tails Pawtrait Studio The Paw Stop Penguin Group USA, Inc. PETCO Pug Snuggly By YOGI Gail Rodney Donna & Benjamin M. Rosen Schnoodleware Dog Toys Sexy Beast David M. Smick Sonnier & Castle Sotheby’s Sports Radio 66 AM New York - WFAN Ann G. Tenenbaum & Thomas H. Lee Toyota Motor North America, Inc. Trixie + Peanut Pet Emporium Professor Caroline Weber Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP Wollman Rink

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Participants Jason Alexander Kevin Bacon Alec Baldwin Commissioner Adrian Benepe Candice Bergen Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg Lorraine Bracco Matthew Broderick Scott Clark Glenn Close David Copperfield Julia Louis-Dreyfus Jimmy Fallon Lee Goldberg Whoopi Goldberg Marcia Gay Harden Neil Patrick Harris Anne Hathaway Penn Jillette Téa Leoni Susan Lucci John McEnroe S. Epatha Merkerson Danny Meyer Philippe de Montebello Yoko Ono Sarah Jessica Parker Mandy Patinkin Regis Philbin Kelly Ripa Isabella Rossellini Jerry Seinfeld Paul Shaffer Martha Stewart John Stossel Meredith Vieira Sigourney Weaver George C. Wolfe Gifts in Kind Pedro Castillo Jenn Christenson Robbie Davis

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DG Entertainment Sam DiMaggio Martin Fisher David Hensler Tony Mederos The Radio Foundation/ RadioArt Red Cab NYC Michael Skloff WABC-TV NYC

Park Perks

1059 2nd Avenue 92nd Street Y Allure Day Spa & Hair Design Arabelle Restaurant Beacon Restaurant Bed of Roses (Hotel Reservation Service) Bhambi’s Custom Tailors Big Nick’s Burger Joint and Pizza Joint Too Bikram Yoga Union Square Bill Blass New York Blair Delmonico The Boathouse Café Café Con Leche Campo Candle 79 Caravan Caravan 91 Centolire Central Park Carousel Central Park Conservancy Online Store Children’s Museum of Manhattan Circus Restaurant City Market Café Conservatory Water Model Sailboats Dairy Visitor Center & Gift Shop Don Pedro’s Restaurant Doubletree Guest Suites® Times Square Doubletree® Metropolitan Hotel - New York Embassy Suites Hotel® New York City Ettia Holistic Day Spa

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Firehouse Tavern Fitness Express Manhattan The Franklin Hotel Giovanni Ristorante Givenik.com Hampton Inn® Manhattan Times Square Hampton Spa Happy Dog Walking Company Helmsley Park Lane Hilton Garden Inn® Times Square Hotel Wales Indian Café Intercontinental New York, The Barclay Iron Sushi La Boite en Bois Loews Regency Hotel Maya Restaurant Metisse French Bistro Mickey Mantle’s Restaurant Miss Mamie’s Spoonbread Too Restaurant MoonSoup The Museum of the City of New York National Academy Museum N Boutique New-York Historical Society Nick & Toni’s Café Niko’s Mediterranean Grill and Bistro Nonna Restaurant The Oak Room One Fish Two Fish Restaurant Opia Restaurant The Paley Center for Media Pampano Penang Physique 57 Pitter-Patter-Pet Pix/ Haruko Foto Inc. Rectangles Revival Restaurant Bar and Lounge Rouge Tomate Salon Ziba Sarabeth’s Sarabeth’s West Seppi’s Restaurant Settepani Bakery The Sherry Netherland Shleppers Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum

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Spa Ja Strollercize Sushi A Go-Go Swedish Cottage Marionette Theatre Table D’Hote Tamarind Tavern on the Green Trump Bar Trump Buffet Trump Grill Trump Ice Cream Parlor Velocity Sports Performance Veranda Magazine Victorian Gardens Vince & Eddie’s Wollman Rink YogaWorks

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(As of June 30, 2009)

Adopt-A-Bench Committee Co-Chairmen Mrs. Thomas G. Labrecque Mrs. M. Anthony May Founding Chairman Phyllis Cerf Wagner* Mrs. Bates Brown Leelee D’Olier Brown Mrs. Kenneth A. Buckfire Susan Calhoun Mrs. Raymond G. Chambers Allison Cowles Anne Ford Mrs. Charles F. Fortgang Mrs. David Halberstam Ann LeConey Jessica Lowrey Tina Sloan McPherson Mrs. Donald K. Miller Siri Mortimer Mrs. Jon Nagel Elyse Newhouse Mrs. Joseph Rault Mrs. Wilmer J. Thomas, Jr. Mrs. William J. vanden Heuvel Mrs. Pieter A. Wernink

Central Barkers Committee Chairman Mrs. Richard S. LeFrak

Children’s Education Committee Co-Chairmen Mrs. Kenneth Joseph Mrs. William M. Pope, Jr. Ms. Margaret Alverson Mrs. Bradley Amoils Mrs. David Dietz Mrs. Thomas S. Gilbert Mrs. Richard Lightburn

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Mrs. John A. MacKinnon Mrs. Peter McNierney Mrs. William J. Miller, Jr. Mrs. Elaine C. Murray Ms. Patricia M. Norton Mrs. Thomas D. Teles Mrs. H. Joseph Witte

Alice Rosenwald Nina Rosenwald Donna D. Schwartz Margaret Smith Elizabeth & Michael Varet Mary J. Wallach Warburg Realty Partnership, Ltd.

Membership

Conservator Tables Jan & Warren Adelson Iffie Okoronkwo Aitkenhead ARCADE by Rochelle Gores Serena Boardman Alicia Bythewood Chanel CIT Group Inc. Consolidated Edison Company of New York, Inc. The Corcoran Group Suzi Keats Cordish Mrs. Charles A. Dana, Jr. Pamela Fielder Vicki Foley Mr. Thomas Glocer Sascha Greenberg Andrea Hagan Mrs. William B. Harrison, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. William H. Ingram Fernanda Kellogg Mrs. Michael Kennedy Mr. Michael Kovner & Mr. Jean Doyen de Montaillou Cynthia & Dan Lufkin Laurie Gordon Mandelbaum Muffy Miller Mrs. Richard Mishaan The New York Times Company Patsy Olshan Mrs. Michael F. Price Bonnie B. Quigley Tara Rockefeller Mrs. Benjamin M. Rosen May & Samuel Rudin Family Foundation, Inc. Mrs. Stephen A. Schwarzman Mrs. H. Virgil Sherrill Leah Swarzman Mrs. Wilmer J. Thomas, Jr. Sue Ann Weinberg Mrs. Edward K. Weld Mrs. Louis S. Wolfe Christine D. Yordan

Committee Co-Chairmen Mrs. Wendy N. Carduner Mrs. Charles F. Fortgang Mrs. George Braniff Moore

Frederick Law Olmsted Awards Luncheon (May 6, 2009)

Committee Co-Chairmen Muffy Miller Gillian Miniter Tara Rockefeller Stephanie Winston Wolkoff Corporate Chairman Jeffrey M. Peek Landmark Tables Judith-Ann Corrente Jenny Paulson Angela & Wade* Thompson Olmsted Tables Adele G. Block Bloomberg Mrs. Thomas Bowers Mrs. Raymond Chambers Mrs. Howard Clark Stephanie Coleman Diana Roesch DiMenna Richard Gilder & Lois Chiles Mrs. John A. Griffin Jane Heller Suzanne Ircha Amabel B. James Mr. & Mrs. Thomas L. Kempner, Jr. Sheila C. Labrecque Mrs. Leonard A. Lauder Mr. & Mrs. Richard S. LeFrak Gillian Miniter Mrs. Gunnar S Overstrom III

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860 Fifth Avenue 58 2 East 67th Street 870 Fifth Avenue 880 Fifth Avenue 2 East 70th Street 923 Fifth Avenue 927 Fifth Avenue 930 Fifth Avenue 936 Fifth Avenue 944 Fifth Avenue 945 Fifth Avenue 953 Fifth Avenue 956 Fifth Avenue 960 Fifth Avenue 965 Fifth Avenue 969 Fifth Avenue 988 Fifth Avenue 990 Fifth Avenue 993 Fifth Avenue 998 Fifth Avenue 1001 Fifth Avenue 1010 Fifth Avenue 1016 Fifth Avenue 1020 Fifth Avenue 1025 Fifth Avenue 1030 Fifth Avenue 1035 Fifth Avenue 1040 Fifth Avenue 1056 Fifth Avenue 1060 Fifth Avenue 2 East 88th Street 17 East 89th Street 1080 Fifth Avenue The Jewish Museum (1109 Fifth Avenue) 1115 Fifth Avenue 1120 Fifth Avenue 1125 Fifth Avenue 1130 Fifth Avenue 1133 Fifth Avenue 1136 Fifth Avenue 1148 Fifth Avenue 1158 Fifth Avenue 1165 Fifth Avenue 1170 Fifth Avenue The Mount Sinai Hospital (Fifth Avenue at 100th Street) 1215 Fifth Avenue 1216 Fifth Avenue 1255 Fifth Avenue

Supporters ANKASA New York CIT Group Inc. Judith-Ann Corrente Diana Roesch DiMenna The Estée Lauder Companies Inc. Vicki Foley Mr. & Mrs. William H. Ingram Ann L. Johnson Nanette L. Laitman Kamie Lightburn Gillian Miniter Jenny Paulson Print International Mrs. John R. Robinson Wathne, Ltd. In-Kind Support ANKASA New York The Estée Lauder Companies Inc. Print International Wathne, Ltd.

Perimeter Association Committee Co-Chairmen Elaine Murray Donna Rosen Susan Rudin Elizabeth Stribling Diana Altman Ms. Susan Calhoun Mrs. Richard H. Daniels Mrs. Gerald P. Gehman Perimeter Association Supporters (in geographical order) East Side Metropolitan Club, Inc. (1 East 60th Street) Knickerbocker Club, Inc. (807 Fifth Avenue) 810 Fifth Avenue 820 Fifth Avenue 825 Fifth Avenue 828 Fifth Avenue 834 Fifth Avenue 1 East 66th Street 4 East 66th Street 857 Fifth Avenue

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West Side Trump International Tower (1 Central Park West) 1 West 64th Street 50 Central Park West Holy Trinity Lutheran Church (3 West 65th Street) 65 Central Park West 75 Central Park West 80 Central Park West The Brentmore (88 Central Park West) 91 Central Park West 101 Central Park West Kenilworth Apartments (135 Central Park West) Langham Mansions (151 Central Park West) The Beresford (211 Central Park West) The Bolivar (230 Central Park West) 239 Central Park West 241 Central Park West 257 Central Park West 262 Central Park West 279 Central Park West The Dwight School (291 Central Park West) 295 Central Park West 322 Central Park West 325 Central Park West 327 Central Park West 336 Central Park West The Vaux (372 Central Park West) 392 Central Park West 400 Central Park West 418 Central Park West 455 Central Park West 467 Central Park West 477 Central Park West South Side 1 Central Park South 106 Central Park South 120 Central Park South Hampshire House (150 Central Park South) New York Athletic Club (180 Central Park South)

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200 Central Park South 220 Central Park South Gainsborough Studios (222 Central Park South) 230 Central Park South Central Park South Associates (240 Central Park South) North Side Lido Hall Condominium (1800 Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Blvd.) Rudin Management Company, Inc. 215 East 68th Street 254 East 68th Street 211 East 70th Street 1085 Park Avenue 945 Fifth Avenue 65 Central Park West 241 Central Park West 295 Central Park West 25 West 81st Street 20 West 86th Street 27 West 86th Street 40 West 86th Street 115 West 86th Street 144 West 86th Street

Playground Partners & Patrons Committee Co-Chairmen Carol Herring Jennifer Saul Vice Chairmen Kamie Lightburn Sarah Robertson Jackie Africk Suzie Aijala Susie Sears Anderson Virginia Apple Kathryn Beach Amanda Benchley Lauren Burke Christine Cachot Catherine Carey Anna Caspersen

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Suzanne Cochran Alison Cody Jessica Davis Elizabeth Dietz Andrea Donahue Jacqueline Eastwick Vicki Foley Anne D. Ford Jennifer Gjervold Lara Glazier Blakely Griggs Andrea Hagan Anna Hall Paige Hardy Rim Hinckley Suzanne Ircha Amy Jacobsson Leelee Brown Jaffe Susannah Smetana Kagan Catherine Kaplan Nyssa L. Kourakos Sarah Kurita Mettrie Lari Kelly Mallon Liz Manocha Judy Manocherian Dara O’Hara Claudia Overstrom Yesim Philip Lisa Piegza Donna Poyiadjis Marina Purcell Kimberly Putzer Ashley Reid Kathryn Saunders Amy Schrader Alexandra Scott Barbara Scott Megan Scott Sally Shreeves Nancy Sipp Stephanie Stiker Kathy Thomas Heather Vrattos Laura Whitman Nina Whitman McDowell Winn Stephanie Winston Wolkoff Jackie Yale Aerin Lauder Zinterhofer

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(May 27, 2009)

Committee Co-Chairmen Carol Herring Jennifer Saul Vice Co-Chairmen Kamie Lightburn Sarah Robertson Swingset Supporters Jackie & Andy Africk Stephanie & Chase Coleman Diana Roesch DiMenna Carol & James Herring Suzanne Ircha & Robert Wood Johnson Kamie & Richard Lightburn Sandbox Supporters Caryn Seidman Becker & Marc Becker Blair England Elizabeth Quadracci Harned Judy & John Manocherian Rhodora Soh Lizzie & Jonathan Tisch Sprinkler Supporters Virginia & David Apple Angie & Bob Brown Sk Yook & Hwan Yoon Chung Michaela J. Clary Amy & John Griffin Vicki & Michael Gross Mr. & Mrs. David B. Ford, Jr. Janet & Howard Kagan Yesim Philip Kimberly Putzer Michele & Toni Sacconaghi Jenna & Paul Segal Sharon Teles Nina Whitman

Tour Committee Committee Co-Chairmen Mrs. Jonathan Hand Churchill Mrs. Maynard Toll Founder & Honorary Chairman Mrs. Howard L. Clark

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Upper Park Partners

Joe: The Art of Coffee Kelley Moore Events Rosemount Estate Voss Artesian Water from Norway

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Conservancy Special Events

Trustee Chairmen Jay Mandelbaum Norman Selby

The Plaza Quality Meats Redeye Grill Rouge Tomate Serafina Restaurant Serendipity 3 South Gate SUSHISAMBA park Tavern on the Green Telepan Restaurant Thalassa Restaurant Tocqueville Trattoria Dell ‘Arte

Committee Co-Chairmen Mrs. William H. Ingram Ms. Samantha S. Topping

Halloween Ball

Honorary Chairmen Mrs. Howard L. Clark Mrs. Michael Kennedy Betsy Barlow Rogers Mrs. H. Virgil Sherrill

Event Chairmen Suzanne & Bob Cochran

Host Committee Rebecca Campbell Dawne Marie Grannum Kristy & Jonathan Korngold Sandra Lee Johanna & Frederic Levy Danny Meyer Gillian Miniter Connie Anne Phillips Susan Shin B. Smith

VIP Café (hosted by Danny Meyer) Blue Smoke/Jazz Standard Cafe 2/Terrace 5 Eleven Madison Park Gramercy Tavern Hudson Yards Catering The Modern Shake Shack Tabla Union Square Cafe

Restaurants Asia de Cuba Bice Ristorante BLT Market Brasseie Cognac Bridgewater Chocolate The Carlyle Restaurant at The Carlyle Ciao Bella Gelato Fred’s At Barneys New York Geisha Restaurant Gordon Ramsey at the London Ivy Bakery Loeb Central Park Boathouse Manana Restaurant Maya Restaurant Montenapo Ristorante della Moda Nespresso USA, Inc. The Oak Room at The Plaza Orsay Osteria del Circo Pampano Restaurant Park Avenue Summer

In-Kind Donations Bally Antinori Wines Chateau Ste. Michelle Wines Ed Libby & Company Estrella Damm Lager GuS – Grown-up Soda Jose Cuervo VOSS Artesian Water from Norway

Diana Altman Adele Fuchsberg Mrs. Ted G. Koryn Mrs. Thomas L. McDermott Betsy Messerschmitt Miss Maureen Mulheren Darelyn Olsen Mrs. Daniel P. Paduano Mrs. John S. Pyne Linda Schaller

Tree Trust

(October 28, 2008)

Mrs. Alan J. Blinken Mrs. Coleman P. Burke Mrs. David I. Foley Mrs. Lee M. Gammill, Jr. Mrs. John S. Hilson Mrs. Carlisle Jones Mrs. Benjamin H. Kean Mrs. Memrie M. Lewis Mrs. Richard Lightburn Mrs. David J. Mahoney, Jr. Mrs. Charles D. Peebler, Jr. Mrs. E. Ashton Poole Mrs. Theodore O. Prounis Mrs. Bambi Putnam Allison Whipple Rockefeller Mrs. Susan W. Rotenstreich Alexia Hamm Ryan Mrs. George H. Shattuck, Jr. Mrs. A.J.C. Smith Mrs. Paul Soros Elizabeth F. Stribling Mrs. John C. Whitehead Mrs. H. Joseph Witte

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Committee Co-Chairmen Mrs. Robin Bell-Stevens Mrs. Charles A. Dana, Jr. Mrs. Joseph V. Missett, III Mrs. Jack M. Rudin Samantha S. Topping

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Co-Chairmen Judy & John M. Angelo Judy & Russ Carson Jonathan & Kristy Korngold Fiona & Eric Rudin John Stossel Anita & Stuart Subotnick Junior Co-Chairmen Dawne Marie Grannum Coralie Charriol Paul Susan C. Shin In-Kind Donations Attune Encounter Bacardi Bombay Sapphire Chanel The Container Store Dewar’s Dr. Michelle Copeland Skin Care e.l.f. Cosmetics Frank Alexander NYC Galison/Mudpuppy Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Company, Inc. Grey Goose GuS – Grown-up Soda

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Taste of Summer (June 3, 2009)

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Gift Bag Sponsors Bikram Yoga NYC Dr. Michelle Copeland Skin Care Exhale Spa Ronald S. Ghiz DDS Nespresso USA, Inc. Tourneau Silent Auction 92nd Street Y Altfest Personal Wealth Management

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Astor Wine Bally Bascove Bice Ristorante Bikram Yoga NYC The Bisignano Family Bo Dietl & Associates Security & Investigations Bradford Renaissance Portraits Brasseie Cognac The Breakers Palm Beach Brooks Brothers Buckingham Hotel Ronni Burns: The Communicologist Capella Pedregal The Carlyle & The Carlyle Restaurant Catalina Beach Club Chambers Hotel Chanel, Inc. Ciao Bella Gelato City Parks Foundation CityView Racquet Club Elite Island Resorts Exhale Spa The Fireman Hospitality Group Geisha Restaurant GWO Designs HKHotels Hommage Hotel de Academies et des Arts Hotel Plaza Athénee Jane Wilson Marquis John Barrett Salon at Bergdorf Goodman JPMorgan Chase Julius Cohen Jumeirah Essex House I. Dolly Lenz Manana Restaurant Mario Badescu Skin Care The Maritime Hotel Maya Restaurant Dr. Michelle Copeland Skin Care Montenapo Ristorante Della Moda Nespresso USA, Inc. New York Road Runners Club Park Avenue Summer Physical Equilibrium

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Physique 57 The Plaza Rena Lange Ron Donovan Footwear & Accessories Rouge Tomate New York LLC RSG Dental Health Care P.C. Saks Fifth Avenue SENSAI by Kanebo Serafina Restaurant Serendipity 3 Shoshanna Sports Fit NYC and Lift Gym Telepan Restaurant Thalassa Restaurant Timothi Jane Graham Photography Tourneau, Inc. Trump SoHo New York Union Square Hospitality Group WABC-TV

3-on-3 Corporate Basketball Challenge (May 16, 2009) Chairman John Freel Teams ADCO Electrical Corporation AFD Contract Furniture Allied Barton ARAMARK Corporation Architectural Flooring Resource Campbell & Dawes CB Richard Ellis Central Moving & Storage Co. CPG Architects Cushman & Wakefield, Inc. Edwards & Zuck, P.C. Eurotech Harbour Technical Services, Inc. Henegan Construction Co., Inc Iron Mountain Mid Manhattan Painting Inc. PEI Systems, Inc. Sweet Unity Farms Coffee Turner Interiors Universal Moving & Storage Urban Express Vital Transportation, Inc.

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Stewardship

In-Kind Donations ARAMARK Corporation Deloitte Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame, Inc. Sodexho Table Tales Vital Transportation WABC-TV

Staff & Volunteer Lists

I Heart Central Park (March 19, 2009)

President, Central Park Conservancy and Central Park Administrator Douglas Blonsky

Greensward Circle Co-Chairmen Kate Moutenot Evan Uhlick

Vice President for Operations Neil Calvanese

Central Park Conservancy Management & Staff (On October 1, 2009)

+ New York City Department of

Parks & Recreation Employees

In-Kind Donations Bikram Yoga Union Square Cabana Cachaca Chanel Ed Libby & Co Maya Sara Cedar Miller Opia Restaurant Settepani

Vice President for Development and External Affairs Terri Coppersmith

An Evening in the Garden

Employees

Vice President for Capital Projects Christopher Nolan CFO and Vice President for Finance and Administration Stephen Spinelli

(June 24, 2009)

Greensward Circle Co-Chairmen Kate Moutenot Evan Uhlick In-Kind Donations Campo Ed Libby & Co Firehouse Fyxx Water Lily O’Briens Chocolate Cafe Nonna Truth Be Told Public Relations (Root 1 Wine)

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20 or More Years

William Berliner Douglas Blonsky Neil Calvanese Stephen DeLuise + Gary Drennon + Milton Evora Marvin Ferguson Jose Figueroa James Fleming Sotha Kang Andrew Konopka Jose Lopez + Horace Mike + Sara Cedar Miller Cornelio Mora Emiliano Morales + Nelson Nicholas + Charles Obery Dominic Quaglia + Rafael Quinones +

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Jose Rodriguez Darren Rogers Micheal Ryan + Norma Soto Louis Urruttia-Orme Edward Valarezo + Daniel S. Wallace Louis Young + Gladston Younger + Zully Zurheide +

Wendy Fortune Laura Frank Russell Fredericks Beth Haskell Linda Heyward John Hiser Rith Hun Randolph Joseph Daisy Le’Gare Keiron C. Lindsay Suntov Ly Joseph McBain Giovanni Mosquera Earl P. Munroe Mauricio A. Perdomo Joaquim Pereira Diane Schaub Bill Selezniov Paul Serra Stacy Sit Than Soun Phen Suy Juan Valentin Wallace Wentink Maryann Williams

15 to 19 Years

Regina V. Alvarez Alicia Alvenda-Paez Lydia Bonet + Kea Chea Ronise Cox Kathleen Cregg William Crespo + Keith Dore + Maria Hernandez Andrea Hill Vanthon Keo Yean Khiev Kenneth Love + Christopher Nolan Vi Ong Pedro Peralta Jose Rivera + Valentine Ruiz + Hanna Ryan + Christine Seita Linton Smith Khol Sok Stephen Spinelli Bryan Swan + Juan C. Vargas Samuel Vargas Mario Vaughan Derrick Woodbury Mario Zafarana

5 to 9 Years

Lane N. Addonizio Gideon D. Ahadzi Melanie Alfonso Eric Anderson Alice Baer Robert Bennett Vyacheslava Bovtko + Jill Bristow Matthew I. Brown Kelly Carrol Altagracia Cartagena Matthew T. Cook Terri L. Coppersmith Angel Corbett Christopher C. Cousino Matthew C. D’Amico Gary R. Dearborn Lawrence J. Decker John P. Dillon Michael T. Evans Vanessa A. Francisco Hector O. Gamboa Margarita Haas Nereida Hernandez

10 to 14 Years

Pedro Augusto Larry Baskerville Jairam Bisessar Teresa Carta Brian Conaty Victor Corporan Raymond Duggan John Felicies +

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Annamarie Hessman Rochelle Hines Sheila Kendall Catherine King Jamaal L. King Eric Kohler Nicholas P. Marotta Derrick McElveen George W. McPherson Jr. Cheryl Neldon Antonio Nieves Khen Ong Steven J. Oppedal Kathryn Ortiz Florence O’Shaughnessy Chantha Pang Yarw M. Peprah Anthony Pontillo Brian T. Purcell William Quansah Matthew C. Reiley Gary C. Saunders Goodson Sem Reginald Tart Sr. Trung Truong David H. Turner Richard Van Valkenburg Douglas Weller 1 to 4 Years

Dmitriy G. Albinskiy Alan Anderson Oscar Ayaquica David Baker Thomas Behrendt Omar Berroa Marissa N. Block Larry Boes Steven Bopp Donna Capossela John-Paul Catusco Angie Chien Vern Clarke Anderson Conserve Pablo R. Cruz Daniel Daly Raymond Davy Robert Diaz Harold Dillard Sara J. Dobbins Lisa Doughty

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Mark Douglas Deborah L. Drucker Agata Dziemianczyk Audra M. Eaglen Lindsay J. Empric Marie-Anne De Rosier Ewig Alexander Feleppa Kira Finney Collette Franco Shadai L. Franklin Steven Fusco Joshua Galiley Duane H. Grant Laura Hall Eduardo R. Hansen John Harrigan Abigail D. Healy Julio R. Hernandez Tsay Huang William Jamison D. Scott Johnson Edward M. Juda Melissa Kinsella Bobbi Kravis John Y. Kyte Peter Lecointe Kathleen Lessard Julio Lopez Sabrina Lutchman Carrie Majette Linda Malley Melissa Marion-Burford John A. Martinez Juanita Martinez Claire McClafferty Henry McCullon Thomas McEntee Donovan A. Mitchell Gabriel Mitchell Jimmy Molina Julie K. Murphy Kristina Nelson Tee C. Ngiam Paul C. Okarmus Danh Ong Hannah M. Parker Julie Palumbo Kathryn Papacosma Anthony Pickett Gloria Plata Angelo Ramos

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Central Park Volunteers

Byron A. Roberts Mohanlal Roopnarine Michael Rosario Heather Rubenstein Rupert Russell Cornell Simmons Rebecca R. Sullivan Silvia Tamayo Jonathan G. Taub Mary E. Taylor Kris Verma Raymond M. Verrey Marie R. Warsh Eric Whitaker Stephen Wilkinson Kenneth Williams + Lakema Wilson Jennifer K. Wong Michael W. Zemola

~ User Survey Volunteers 20+ Years of Service

Lee Barash Margery Bloom Elinor Fine Phyllis Giarro Richard Hooper Louise Kruger Doria Tenca ~ Fern Stolper ~

10 to 14 Years of Service

New York City Department of Parks & Recreation Deputy Chief of Operations Nelson Nicholas Park Supervisors Stephen DeLuise Micheal Ryan Zully Zurheide

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Justin Abelow Genevieve Alexander Rose Applebaum Lucimar Araujo Mary Barknecht Sarah Bessey Ruth Bernstein Harriet Blacker Marty Birnbaum ~ Edwin Bobrow ~ Donna Bolkcom Dion Brennan Jane Breakstone Pauline Brooks John Bryan~ Joy Carol Joseph Cohen Richard Dahlia Janet David ~ Robert Eber ~ Bob Edmondson Bayla Falber Kate Feldman Patricia Flamm Donald Florman Linda Frank Harriet Frankel Cris Gleicher ~ Jose (JJ) Gonzalez ~ Anthony Gosse Christel Haesicke Sara Truslow Hardin Gloria Hegy Clay Herrick Malcolm Holderness Noel Holland ~ Yvonne Holland ~

Maureen Antizzo Susan Baxter ~ Kelly Belford Berton Chernizer Frank Comiskey Abe Denowitz ~ Rita Denowitz Virginia Glover ~ Lillian Hansen Phyllis Hollander Jacqueline Jeffrey Margery Laird Judith Landrigan Marjorie Naughton ~ Anni Newbeck Nancy Warfield

Jose Luis Alvarez Cedric Brown Susan Michele Buchanan Tanja Brueckmann Anthony Freeman Manuel Hernandez Reginald Jones Joann Klimkiewicz Jewelene Melton Lorena M. Naranjo Federico Nealon Janet S. Patry Allison L. Querro Caroline H. Ruschell Angela M. Silva Avalon Oneil Watson

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Norma Baum Lois Beadle Arthur Bitterman* Brigid Buchanan Susan Chagrin ~ Bill Dodds Mary Edmondson* Lucille Gordon Thomas Griffing ~ Mary Habstritt Steven Huppert Gloria Ilic Edna Konoff Raymond Knowles Suzi Leiter Linda Lewensohn ~ Charlotte Levine Susan Lowry

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Bill Horowitz Kathy Jennings David Karabell Judy Katz Mike W. Keenan Herman Kroshinsky Paul Lenner ~ Brigitte Lewis-Diederich Karen McDonald ~ Camilla McFadden Susan Miller Simona Morini Hartmut Munker Sharon O’Connell Daniel Passantino Deborah Pelosi Andrea Raskin John Richards Francine Riley Orrin Riley ~ Lars Rosager Joe Sanford ~ Luis Santos Jean Saremsky Valerie Sarris Ann Saydlowski ~ Richard Schad Feola Scharf Aaron Schechter Barbara Schimansky Karl Schuman Barbara Schwimmer ~ Linda Schott ~ Eleanor Shakin ~ Walter Francis Siebecker Richard Sonet Nancy Tollefson Jay Townsend Donald Wagoner John Waters ~ David Westcott Ann Whyte Robert Wolkow Vicki Wilkins Mary Yerkes Anna Zagoloff~

5 to 9 Years of Service

15 to 19 Years of Service

Less Than 1 Year

Jerome Maisel Jean May Nancy Meiselas-Berner James Neff Flo O’Shaughnessy Ann Raymond Judith Som Billy Squier James Tegan Connie Welch Gayle Welling Web Wheelock

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1 to 4 Years of Service

Margaret Alverson Rachel Alzubi Joann Amparan-Close

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Sara Ansari ~ Gunce Arkan Georgia Avery ~ Signe Baird Derek Balcom Annette Bamundo Stuart Benick Drew Berman Karen Bichard Michele Bifano Fred Blattberg Meta Bodewes Alexandra Bonomo ~ Jessica Brooks Wendy Byrne Rita Callahan ~ Dorothy Camporeale Samuel Carlisle James Carragher ~ Tris Carson Hans Christensen Gina Clemente Amy Cole Irene Conway Susan Cooper David Cobb Craig Jason Crompton Simeon David Carol Degener Chris Edwards Ed Elliot Sally Emery Ray Finkelstein Joyce Flynn ~ Gary Frangipane Robert Frye Claudia Fugalli Wendy Gebb Barbara Geller Glenn Gertler Benjamin Glover ~ Mae Goffe CydCharise Goler David Gould Michael Graff Marjorie Graham ~ Josephine Greiner Mimi Haggin Deborah Harley ~ Elizabeth Harper Harry Harwood

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Linda Heller Isabel Henelley Erik Hively Anne Holderness Tedric Holdsworth Julie Holaway Daniel Homan Ximena Jordon Nancy Kahn Greg Kaufmann Julian Korn Jane Kutnick Saul Laniado Mary Lou Lee Fernando Leon Patricia Leuthard ~ Roy Levit Laurie Lewis ~ Gary Lincoff Suzanne Lorio Graham Mackenzie William Mari Tracie Masek ~ Norma McMillan David Miller Dan Meyer Hilary Miller Elizabeth Mindlin ~ Babette Nadelman Niclas Nagler Mary Ann Napolitano Ruth Nelson Jennifer Novik Carol Nemo Robert Nemo ~ Doug Nielsen Tom Olzenski Jiro Otsuka Marion Pearce ~ Ian Perry Daniel Pinkus ~ Barbara Priest Theresa Rachelle Christa Rassman Bernice Ravitz ~ Zoe Richardsonm ~ Ken Rogers ~ Dina Rosen Kerry Rubenstein Michael Samuels ~ Leonard Saremsky

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Elaine Schechter Iris Schickerling-Georgia Bryan Schneider Arnold Schoenfeld ~ Anne Shillinglaw Irene Shrier Carol Sidley ~ Brain Silvestry Edith Slade Audrey Slater ~ Judith Smith Marni Sommer Robert Stanley Philip Stein Peter Szabaga Ronnie Taffet Jan Tannen Brent Tucker Paul Viani ~ Cynthia Villani Peggy Vishnupad ~ Marissa Volshteyn Andrew Waters Diana Wayburn Gloria Weiss Judy Weller Bernard Wides Kimberly Williams Jay Wilson Barbara Withers ~ Roberta Wolf Jane Wu E. Bingo Wyer Carmine Zummo

David Burghard Maria Cadavid Felix Calabrese Danny Carmichael Jose Carrion Roger Chatfield ~ Hilda Chazanovetz James R. Cherry, Jr. Lillian Christman Erin Clark ~ Marsha Clark Alan Cohen Leo Cohen ~ Rita Cohen ~ Tim Cowan ~ Erisleyda Cuesto Colleen Cunningham Ray Daniels Bridget Daughton Alfons Dembicki Carol Dempster ~ Ilona DeVito Philip Domenico Nan Donelan ~ Nizam Dutt James Easley Susan Eden Fran Evans ~ Vanessa Facenda Jacques Fages Claire Fagin Richard Fine ~ Mara Flynn ~ Catherine Fredman ~ Maria Laurinda Freitas ~ Nancy Frieden Joseph Gamache Terrie Gerstner Paul Gold ~ Ross Gottesman Mina Greenstein ~ Grace Hahm ~ Evan Hakalir Peter Herzberg Judith Heustein Jamie Hirsh ~ Ellen Hofstatter ~ Harrison Hogan Matson Holbrook Laura Hollmann Peter Holmes ~

Under One Year of Service

LuLu Abrams Joy Adler Roger Brian Alexander Kate Alper Harvey Bagg, Jr. Aron Balsam Lamar Beeks Mel Bauer ~ Dana Blanton Ariane Boeckers Cathy Bradley Jeanine Breakstone Tanja Brueckmann Joan Brunskill ~ Irene Buchman

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Michael Huston Robin E. Jenkins Brenda Johnson Dawn Jonas Hwaryeo Kang Jamel Keller Daniel Kirby Janice Kosta Nick Krenitsky ~ Isabel Lacy Sonia Lee Debra Lewis Linda Lipson Elena Lobatto Judith Long Jodi Lynn ~ Arleta Maddox Deidre MacGuire ~ Janet Maltby ~ Megan Masek Anne McCarthy ~ Mary McCorry ~ DeCorcy McIntosh Michelle McLenithan Jacob Meier Dan Meyer Mary Minty Pamela Moulton Laura Moustakerski Daniel Napolitano Rolando Navea Elizabeth Naylor Judy Ong Diana Peterson Greta Philips Theresa Poon Susan Rabb Pam Rehm ~ Carol Rocker Susana Roges Mark Rollins ~ Jeanette Rosen Bernard Rosenbaum Jeanne Rygor ~ Laurie Sagalyn Patricia Santelli Michael Sarapa Judith Scher ~ Genny Schnitzer Gloria Scorse ~ Dinah Seiver ~

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Annette Shear Jane Selden Lucy Sheils Pavlos Sotiriou Sorrel Stetson Leilani Straw ~ Robert Sundeen Gloria Talamas Liz Thompson Jackie Toross Terry Trifari ~ Ana Veilleux Bleecker Ward Stephanie Welter William Wiesner Jeanne Wikler ~ Elizabeth Winn Maya Wolfson Mark Woodward Caesar Wyszomirski Aika Yokata Naobumi Yokata Mariko Yoo

Dinah Day Noa DeSimone Mariania Dias Michla Dien Elayne Dix Susan Eden Berit Marleen Eis Claire Fagin Sandy Fiebelkorn Muriel B. Finkelstein John Goulke Kathleen Grossman Gordon Hall Maxi Hess Leonora Hollmann Jull Marie Humphries Brenda Johnson Lois Jordon Lois Kahan Dale Kaplan Ilene Kent Mary Louise Kerns Hermine Kessler Vivian Kline Cindy Ko Bill Kornblum Jill Lampe Kristin Lawler Linda Lipson Katt Lissard Katie Magee Jane Mankiewicz Carlos Martinez Linzi McDonald Paul Metzler Richard Meyer Amita Murphy Chris Murphy Jessica Murphy Yukari Nagasi Lee Naiman Patricia Norton Karla Noyola Philip Oberlander Karen Plemons Judy Plows Grace Polk Jasleen Rana Judit Revesz Fargo Cecile Rodau Debbie Santalesa

User Survey Volunteers

Barbara Addonizio Devon Addonizio Dominic Anderson Karen Arenson Barbara Arion Jeff Backhaus Marilyn Barnett Hilary Beber Stephanie Benjamin Sally Benner Fernando Bermudez Dana Blanto Burt Bloom Debbie Blumberg Gilbert Boas Ed Brown Sharon Brown Janet Caruso Karen Cedar Suzanne Cochran Sheila Cooper William Cooper Antoinetta Corvinelli Maria Cox Ray Daniels Natasha Davis

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Partricia Santelli Marcia Savin Estelle Sayles Judith Scher Doris Schwartz Barry Schwartz Jan Shea Katherine Soverall Naomi Stern Allie R. Tabak Diana Thompson Kathy Trainor Alice Walkup Lewis Warsh Mary Ellen Welehan Steve Whitesell Aracy Winter Klaus Winter Pamela Wolfson Judy Wollin Kaija Wuollet Ting-Ting Yang Tjitske Zuiderbaan

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Support the Storm Damage Fund

Shop at the Official Central Park Store

Become a Member

Endow a Playground

Adopt a Bench

Endow a Tree

Become a Leader

Give a Legacy Gift

centralparknyc.org/stormdamage

centralparknyc.org/benches

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Conservancy’s Oak Bridge team

For more information about the Central Park Conservancy, please visit centralparknyc.org, call 212-310-6600, or write us at 14 East 60th Street, New York, NY 10022. Produced entirely by the staff of the Central Park Conservancy. Design by Sara Cedar Miller and Jonathan Taub. Edited by Alice Baer. Lists coordinated by Raymond Verrey. All photos by Sara Cedar Miller except top left p. 18, Scott Jansson. Page 3

Matthew Brown, Supervisor of the Soil, Water, & Ecology Lab, planting aquatics in Bethesda Fountain Page 25 Shakespeare Garden Page 38 The Pond

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