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Building leaders is our reason.

2018 ANNUAL REPORT 1


Turning Littles into leaders. Becoming a leader doesn’t happen overnight. It requires years of meaningful experiences with people who embrace your potential. That’s where we come in.


purpose integrity pride Building leaders grit impact

resiliency passion


Meet Big Brothers Big Sisters of NYC

Our Values Believe in the Power of Mentoring Put the Kids First Be Excellent


Our Vision

That all children achieve success in life.

Contents

06 Learn About our Littles

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Daniel’s Story

Letter from our Board President, Board Chairman and Interim Executive Director

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17

Sandra’s Story

Our Board & Staff

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18

Michelle’s Story

Our Supporters

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21

Our Impact

Statement of Activities

22 Wrapping Up


BBBS of NYC serves kids 7 years and up across all five boroughs. Age breakdown

16% Elementary School

Gender breakdown 6

55% 22% 07 % Middle School

Female

High School

55 %

College

Male

45%


Boroughs breakdown

29 Bronx

28 Manhattan

%

13 Queens

2

Staten Island

%

57

of Littles come from single-parent households.

78

%

28 Brooklyn

%

%

%

of Littles come from households with low-to-moderate income levels.

%

71

%

of Littles have parents/guardians who have not attended college.

35

%

of Littles come from immigrant families, representing over 69 nations.

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Community leadership

is Daniel’s reason.

Daniel is a rising leader in his community and shows no signs of slowing down. A senior at High School for Economics and Finance in Manhattan, he is preparing a speech for his run for student body president. Election day is just one week away and he’s getting nervous, so he calls his mentor, Keith, for a pep talk. Keith has been Daniel’s Big through BBBS of New York City for three years. He knows how hard Daniel has worked to get here: leading school clubs, achieving high scores on his SATs, getting selected for competitive programs and internships and applying to colleges. Keith has been by Daniel’s side every step of the way. This election is not the first time Daniel has taken initiative to represent his fellow students. During his junior year — one that can be stressful for teens as they begin the college prep process — Daniel had concerns with the amount of homework assigned, particularly to students who took on the dual responsibility of caring for siblings after school. He fought for change by running for junior class president, and won. Keith was behind the scenes through it all, providing guidance and even sending Daniel a coloring book to relieve stress when times got tough. It was a trip to Ecuador last summer, through a program called Global Glimpse, that inspired Daniel to be a leader in his community. He and a select group of students from his school traveled to Ecuador for three weeks to meet with leaders in their community, perform community service, spend time with the locals and learn about their culture and way of life. To take the financial burden off of his family, Daniel chose to fundraise for the $3,000 necessary for the trip. “Without Keith and his assistance and motivating words, I would never have pursued the Global Glimpse program. He is the Big that brings up my levels of self confidence.”

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When I’m stressed out I vent to Keith and he reassures me and helps me stay positive. - Daniel Hernandez

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Succeeding in business

is Sandra’s reason.

On any given day, Sandra is juggling enough responsibilities to keep five people busy. She manages a team of underwriters at the insurance company where she works. She sits on the board of a foundation that helps send underprivileged teenagers to school — teens like her when she first began the BBBS of NYC program as a Little. She is the founder and CFO of a consulting group that trains companies and institutions on diversity and inclusion in the workplace. She recently completed her MBA, while planning her wedding to boot.

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It’s a lot — but Sandra pours enthusiasm into every task, because she is living her dream. Sometimes she pauses to glance at the life she has built and feels tremendous pride, not to mention gratitude for a few key people who inspired and guided her along the way. Sandra was in junior high school when she met her Big, Cathy, a business woman in New York City. She had never met a professional woman before, and the more Cathy showed her the business world, the more Sandra knew this was what she wanted to become. After a few years of mentorship with Cathy, Sandra received a scholarship to go to boarding school in Massachusetts and then went to Hamilton College. She spent eight years away from the city, meeting new people and gaining exposure to new paths. Then, she brought her experiences back to New York and to BBBS, where she decided to give back by becoming co-chair of the Latina Bigs Committee. “I was able to go from being a Little in the BBBS program and receiving scholarships, to being an established professional in my field and a board member of a foundation where I’m able to provide scholarships to other students.” Sandra eventually went back to school for her MBA, and climbed the ranks of the business world. She says one of the best things BBBS of NYC gave her was exposure — to cultures she hadn’t known before, to women in the workplace, to business and to interacting with adults outside of her family or neighborhood.

It’s a nice stage of life to be in, to be able to finally give back some of the opportunities that were given to me. - Sandra Revueltas

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Barbara was extroverted, confident, all of the things that I wasn’t. She took care of me and became my person. She always stood by me. - Michelle Caputi


Giving back

is Michelle’s reason.

Michelle was experiencing one of the darkest periods of her life when she met Barbara, her Big, who gave her the love and support she needed to turn her life around. Michelle was 16 when she was placed in a group home to escape an abusive stepfather. At the home, she encountered more trauma, living with girls who were violent and aggressive. It was then Michelle became deeply depressed. Michelle was soon assigned a therapist, who referred her to the New York City Big Brothers Big Sisters program where Michelle met Barbara. Barbara became Michelle’s staunchest advocate. She provided a refuge from the sadness and loneliness Michelle felt at the group home, and loved Michelle without judgment or conditions. With Barbara’s guidance and support, Michelle became more confident and hopeful, focusing on school. She eventually became the first person in the history of the group home to graduate from high school and go directly to college. When thinking about what to major in, Michelle thought back to the people who had the most positive impact on her life: social workers. She decided to earn a bachelor’s and a master’s degree in social work. After counseling children who were victims of abuse for several years, she decided that she wanted to make a difference on a larger scale, so she went back to school for her law degree. Now a seasoned lawyer in Florida, Michelle advocates for victims of abuse. She has never lost ties to New York City or to BBBS of NYC. She often returns to speak at group homes for children, hoping to give them the same hope for their future that Barbara — and BBBS of NYC — gave her. And, of course, she has continued to stay in touch with Barbara.

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Impact After

is our reason

1 year

Of the Littles who successfully completed our College Success Program...

66

2.93

of mentoring...

%

80%

of Littles reported that their Big helped them to develop an interest in pursuing higher education, and 78% reported that their Big helped them to develop an interest in a career path. of Littles reported developing leadership skills and 82% understood the importance of helping others in their communities.

was the average GPA.

100 %

re-enrolled in college for their sophomore year.

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5,958 98

98

%

were promoted to the next grade.

92 %

who graduated high school were accepted into college.

children served in FY 2018 through 1:1, group, and career/ education programming.

%

Hours of Mentoring Provided:

of high school seniors graduated.

130,297

75 %

Hours of Education Programming Provided:

2,000

of graduating high schoolers will become the first in their family to attend college.

Bigs and Littles create SMART * goals to prepare Littles for college and successful futures. After one year of mentoring...

83

%

of academic goals were nearly or fully achieved.

81

%

of Workplace Pillar goals, or professional goals, were nearly or fully achieved.

*Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant, Timely

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Letter from our Board President, Board Chairman and Interim Executive Director We welcome new Littles into our hearts the moment they walk through our doors. This compassion and commitment empowered us to serve more than 5,500 NYC Littles in 2018. Still, we have our eye on the future, as we’re introducing a series of innovative programs that expand our focus, enrich our impact and establish more leaders. Bigs in Blue creates mentorship opportunities between 44th Precinct NYPD officers and atrisk middle school students, cultivating positive conversations and creating change. Big Pride connects children in the LGBTQ community with thoughtful mentorship and focused group sessions where identity, communication and self-confidence are supported in a safe space. College Success advises Littles on course enrollment, time management, career readiness and more – building leadership skills and empowering participants to thrive on campus. We’re honored to represent an organization that turns passion into action – and turns Littles into leaders. A heartfelt thank you to our donors, whose generosity brings our work to life. With your continued support, we’ll build the next generation of our city’s leaders together.

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Erin Scanlon

Laura Parsons, Psy. D.

Jon May

Board President

Board Chairman

Interim Executive Director


FPO Our Board & Staff Senior Leadership

Officers

Trustees

Trustees Emeriti

Jon May Interim Executive Director

Laura Parsons, Psy.D. Chairman

Anthony Abenante

Richard T. Anderson

Joseph S. Allerhand

Philip F. Bleser

Edward L. Gardner Chairman Emeritus

Matt Borstein

Francis Carling

Erin Scanlon President

Craig Clay

Lucy Lopez Executive Vice President

W. Don Cornwell

Elliot Berger Chief Development Officer Charles Bozian Chief Administrative Officer Michael Coughlin Chief Program Officer Jeff Elgart Chief Corporate Mentoring and Partnership Officer Gerri Thomas Chief Communications Officer

Gerald L. Hassell Vice Chairman Adalbert von Gontard, Jr. Vice Chairman Jonathan Bram Vice President Paul N. Glickman Vice President

Affinity Groups Young Professionals Committee Ben Smithee, Lindsey Brown

Thomas R. Grossman Vice President Kenneth J. Knuckles Vice President

Greg Braca Michael Conway Reuben S. Daniels Diane D’Erasmo John Dowd

Robert L. Frome Peter J. Holzer Steve Moore Robert Moss Peter Pollack Rudolph J. Santoro

Steven M. Durels

Spyros Skouras

Jonathan (Jody) Durst

Marva Smalls

Bill Edwards

Tawana Tibbs

David W. Florence

Lawrence J. Toal

Roger S. Goodell

Beverly Benz Treuille

Jared L. Landaw Dan Massoni Andrew Lipman Barbara Mendelson

Judy A. Weill Thomas G. Wyman

Daniel R. Milberg

Advisory Council

Sky Milch

Luis F. Barragan Mark A. DeRugeriis

Big Pride Chris Porras, Danny Walton

Katherine C. Linder Vice President

Christopher Neidow

Latino Bigs Elba Arango

Yvonne Liu Vice President

Abby Parsonnet

Jon May Vice President

James Rapp

Charles G. Posternak Vice President

David Rosewater Marsha P. Roth

Trevor Mundt

John E. Waldron Vice President

Diego Scotti

Michael Rosenthal

Philip Seskin

James Warner

Kate Snow

Cheryle A. Wills

Bigs United Brittany Gilmore, David Hamilton AMC Jenny Mai

Ash Gupta Treasurer Sheila Wolf Freiman Secretary Daniel J. McSwiggan General Counsel

Anthony Orso Steve Pozycki Michael Rodriguez

Martin Freiman Philip L. Milstein Lee J. Miner Susan Moultrie Joyce Mullins-Jackson

J Michael Stanley Sy Sternberg Frederick O. Terrell Glen Weiss

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Our Supporters Corporate & Foundation Supporters Chairman’s Circle

$100,000+

American Express Bloomberg BNY Mellon Charles R. and Winifred R. Weber Foundation The Clark Foundation Credit Suisse Goldman Sachs & Co. The Liu Foundation Oppenheimer & Co. Inc. TD Bank

Champions

$50,000-$99,999 Allran Electric of NY LLC CBRE CBS Television Network Cravath, Swaine & Moore Deloitte & Touche LLP Gorjana Gray Foundation The Hagedorn Fund JLL Moody’s Foundation National Football League Newmark Knight Frank Oath PepsiCo, Inc. Phase 3 Interiors Verizon Foundation William E. Simon Foundation, Inc.

Leaders

$20,000-$49,999 Allen & Overy LLP Alliance Building Services AlphaSights The Barker Welfare Foundation BlackRock Brookfield Property Group LLC Cahill Gordon & Reindel LLP Charities Aid Foundation of America - Nike Ever Higher Fund Charles A. Frueauff Foundation Citibank Cleary, Gotlieb, Steen & Hamilton Consolidated Edison, Inc. Cushman & Wakefield, Inc. Dash Financial Technologies LLC Davis Polk & Wardwell LLP Debevoise & Plimpton LLP Donnelley Financial Solutions The Durst Organization, Inc. Emmet, Marvin & Martin, LLP Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson LLP FTI Consulting, Inc. George Lucas Family Foundation Greenberg Traurig, LLP Himan Brown Charitable Trust The Horace W. Goldsmith Foundation Indus Capital Partners, LLC Infor (US), Inc. Jewish Communal Fund JPMorgan Chase Kirkland & Ellis LLP Korean American Community Foundation, Inc. KPMG LLP Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel LLP

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Latham & Watkins LLP Legg Mason & Co., LLC Lyrical Asset Management LP McKinsey & Company Merrill Lynch MetLife Foundation Morgan Stanley The Morrison & Foerster Foundation Morrison & Foerster LLP Mount Sinai Health System New Line Structures & Development LLC New York Life Foundation The Nielsen Company Northrop Grumman Corporation One Jeanswear Group OPI Construction Pfizer Inc. Promontory Financial Group PwC The Related Companies, LP REP Hudson Yards Richmond County Savings Foundation Rudin Management Co., Inc. RXR Realty S&P Global Foundation Save the Starfish Foundation The Seskin Family Fund Simpson Thacher & Bartlett SJP Properties Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP SL Green Realty Corp. Sterling National Bank Tai Ping Carpets Americas, Inc. Two Lights Foundation Inc. Viacom International, Inc./MTV Networks/Nickelodeon Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP WellCare Willis Foundation

Pillars

$10,000-$19,999

Acore Capital Alston & Bird LLP Amergy Electric American Eagle Outfitters Foundation AmTrust Title Anchin, Block & Anchin Ariel Investments, LLC Bleu Blanc Rouge Foundation BRF Aggressive LLC Brooklyn Nets Bryan Cave LLP BTIG, LLC Capital One Cassin & Cassin LLP Chapman and Cutler LLP Charles River Associates Chatham Financial Cipriani USA Inc. Clifford Chance US LLP Clyde & Rena Holland Family Office, LLC Consulting & Testing Services, Inc. Continental Marble Inc. Debra and Kenneth Caplan Foundation Dentons Desmarais LLP Deutsche Bank DiFazio Electric Inc. The Donaldson Organization Eastdil Secured, LLC

The Edna McConnell Clark Foundation Edrington Americas Epstein Becker Borsody & Green P.C. Ernst & Young, LLP Fidelity National Title Insurance Company FIMF, Inc. First Data Corporation GTIS Partners H2 Capital Partners Haynes and Boone LLP Hilton Hotels Corporation Hospital for Special Surgery Hudson Painting Associates The Hyde and Watson Foundation Innisfree M & A Incorporated JAD Corporation of America The Jana Foundation Joele Frank, Wilkinson Brimmer Katcher The John L. and Sue Ann Weinberg Foundation Joyce and George Wein Foundation Julie & Frank Cohen Family Foundation Kekst and Company, Incorporated Kelley Drye & Warren LLP Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates, PC Korn Ferry International KPF Foundation Laurence and Sandi Gluck Charitable Foundation Loffredo Brooks Architects, PC M & T Bank MacKenzie Partners, Inc. Madison Realty Capital The Margaret & Daniel Loeb- Third Point Foundation Marie Fauth Charitable Fund Mark43, Inc. Medialink LLC Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy Milberg Factors, Inc. MJR Foundation LLC/ Marc J. Rowan New York Life Insurance Co. One Clipboard Inc. DBA Splash Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP PDI Penso Advisors LLC Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP Platinum Maintenance Services Corp. PNC Bank The Port Authority of NY & NJ Proskauer Rose LLP Protiviti Inc. Providence Equity Partners LLC Prudential Insurance Company Raymond James RFR Holding LLC Rialto Capital Advisors, LLC Rockefeller Group International, Inc. Rose M. Badgeley Residuary Charitable Trust Ryan Specialty Group, LLC Samuel I. Newhouse Foundation Inc. Sarah I. Schieffelin Residuary Trust Savills Studley, Inc. Schindler Elevator Corporation Sony Corporation of America Stagecoach Partners, LLC Standard Industries Starwood Property Trust Stawski Partners Stroock & Stroock & Lavan LLP

The Sue and Eugene Mercy, Jr. Foundation Temasek Holdings T&M Protection Resources Tener Consulting Services LLC The Topper Foundation Total Quality Fire & Security Inc. Tri-Star Construction Corp. Turner Construction Co. Ultra GC Inc. Upgrade Services Vanbarton Group Vineyard Vines, LLC Vornado Realty Trust Watermill Trading Webster Bank The Wendy’s Company Whip Fundraising White & Case Winston & Strawn LLP Anonymous (1)

Partners

$5,000-$9,999 26 Dot Two, LLC Air Stream Air Conditioning Corporation AMC Networks Arbor Realty SR, Inc. Assured Guaranty Corp. Bank Hapoalim BDO USA, LLP BEAR yoyo Belvedere Property Management LLC Benchmark Builders, Inc. Benjamin Maintenance Bernstein Litowitz Berger & Grossman LLP The Blackstone Group Brookbridge Consulting Services, Inc. Buzzfeed The Capital Group Companies Charitable Foundation in honor of Linda Lou The Capital Markets Company Carter, Ledyard & Milburn CCNY Construction Inc. Charles S. Keene Foundation Citigroup Citizens Icon Management LLC CLSA Comcast Corporation CVS Corporation Discovery Communications Dontzin Nagy & Fleissig LLP Eastern Advisors Capital Group, LLC eBay Foundation The Edward and Dorothy Perkins Foundation EisnerAmper LLP Elkus Manfredi Architects, LTD. Emigrant Bank Empire State Realty Trust EvensonBest LLC Exec-Comm LLC Friedman LLP G III Apparel Group, Ltd. GEICO Cares Gladstein Family Foundation Halstead Property Development Marketing, LLC Harbour Mechanical Corp. Harvest Management Helena Rubinstein Foundation HFF Hillmann Consulting, LLC Hines Interests LP Horizon Media


HSBC Hudson Pacific Properties Hugh O’Kane Electrical Company, Inc. IBM Employee Services Center IDB Bank Innovant Jack Resnick & Sons, Inc. JCDecaux North America JVS Restoration Inc. Kasowitz Family Foundation, Inc. Kliegerman Associates Lacor Mechanical Systems, Inc. Laura J. Niles Foundation Lazard Freres & Co. Leonard and Judy Lauder Fund Lotus Bakeries The Madison Square Garden Co. Major League Baseball Charities, Inc. The Martha Mertz Foundation, Inc. May and Samuel Rudin Family Foundation Metropolitan Commercial Bank The Miami Foundation Modern Office Systems, LLC Morrow Sodali MSA Security Nakash Family Foundation National Basketball Association New York Mets New York Plumbing, Heating & Cooling Corp. NYC Foundation Okapi Partners Olshan Frome Wolosky LLP PAL Environmental Safety Corp. Pavarini McGovern LLC PBC USA Pershing Square Capital Management, L.P. Pircher Nichols & Meeks PLM Foundation Pritchard Industries, Inc. Pulsd Inc. Rainbow Media Holdings The Richard & Iris Abrons Foundation, Inc. RNC Industries Rosenthal & Rosenthal Inc. Ross Aronstam & Moritz LLP RSM US LLP Santander Bank Foundation SecurAmerica Seyfarth Shaw LLP Sidley Austin Brown & Wood LLP Siebert Cisneros Shank & Co. LLC Silverstein Properties, Inc. The Smithee Group St. Vincent De Paul Foundation Structure Tone, Inc. Suffolk Cares Charitable Foundation, Inc. The Switzer Group, Inc. The Theodore H. Barth Foundation TIG Advisors LLC Tito’s Handmade Vodka Tulla Contracting Corporation U.S. Fund for Unicef Venable Foundation Ventas Charitable Foundation Vidaris Inc. Waldorf Demolition Wells Fargo Bank WeWork The Wilson and Lili Ervin Charitable Fund

Mentors

$2,000-$4,999

AKF Group LLC Bank of America BankUnited

Bateman Group Bet Yosef Foundation The Billy Garfield Scholarship Fund The Camuto Group CapCo Centerview Partners LLC CetraRuddy Architecture D.P.C. Chiesa Shahinian & Giantomasi, PC Cirocco and Ozzimo, Inc. CIT Commercial Services Citizens Bank City National Bank Clear Thinking Group ClearBridge Advisors Columbia Filters, Inc. Comlinkdata Comprehensive Health Management Computershare Cyruli Shanks Hart & Zizmor LLP Davood & Tamara Zar Family Foundation Deupree Family Foundation Directions Studio LLC Eagan Family Foundation, Inc. Earthshare NYC East West Bank EDM USA, Inc. Environmental Building Solutions, LLC Fabbrica Firecom, Inc. Firecraft of New York, Inc. Fred Alger Management, Inc. GenServe Inc. Gensler Geodis The Gershwind Foundation Godsell Construction Corp Goldman Harris LLC Gordon H. Smith Corporation Greenberg, Trager & Herbst, LLP Greenlight Capital Inc. Hahn & Hessen LLP Hartz Mountain Industries, Inc. The Ideal Supply Co. ING Financial Services Investors Bank IUOE Local Union 94 Jassin Consulting Group The John and Kathleen Schreiber Fund JSCS (Jam Sewer Cleaning Service Inc) K & S Industrial Corporation Kaplan Law Group Kasirer Consulting Key Food Kowitz Family Foundation Lafayette Glass Company The Landis Group Lee & Associates NYC The Litwin Foundation Loeb & Loeb LLP LSC Communications M & S Mechanical Manhattan Associates Mazars USA LLP M-E Vogel Taylor Engineers P.C. Merchant Factors Corp. Meridian Capital Group, LLC MG Engineering D.P.C. Milo Kleinberg Design Associates, Inc. Moelis & Company Charitable Fund Moody’s Analytics Mosto Technologies Inc. Mutual of America Life Insurance Company The New York Community Trust Nixon Peabody LLP Open Society Institute Otis Elevator Company Pace Cares Corp Paratus Group II, Inc. Park Madison Partners

Patterson, Belknap, Webb & Tyler LLP Pest Elimination Systems Technology Inc. Pioneer Acquistions, LLC PMX Agency The Pratt Family Foundation Rizzo Group Robert M. Currey & Associates, Inc. RPE Solutions Schneider Electric/Square D Foundation Scopia Capital Management LLC Scotia Capital The Sloman Foundation Smart Source, LLP Société Générale Americas The Stein Family Charitable Foundation Stewart Title Insurance Company Stran & Co. Ted Moudis Associates TIDM Corp. Total Fire Protection, Inc. TPG Architecture Twin Resources Inc. UBS Urban Foundation Engineering, LLC Valley National Bank Van Deusen & Associates Ventas Realty Limited Partnership Versatile Services, LLC Voya Financial Inc. Walton Street Capital, LLC Waste Connections, Inc. White Oak Commercial Finance, LLC Winston Brothers, Inc. The Zankel Fund Anonymous (1)

Friends

$1,000-$1,999 Akerman LLP Aon Corporation Architectural Windows and Glass Inc. Arthur Allen Carpet Installations Assured Environments Baird Foundation, Inc. Best Plumbing Specialties Inc. – Ed Swiecki The Botta Family Charitable Fund Brian & Joelle Kelly Family Foundation Bright Funds Foundation Campus Apartments Cape Cod Foundation The Castlewood Group Chipotle Cigna CoMetrics Partners LLC Cornick, Garber & Sandler, LLP Corporate Fuel Partners LLC Cove Property Group Customers Bank Desimone Consulting Engineering Group, LLC The Dwight Fund ECM - Energy Management Services E-Green Recycling Management, LLC E-J Electric Installation Co. Environmental Maintenance Contractors Estee Lauder Companies Flushing Bank Gap Inc. Grassi CPA’s H&L Electric Harbor Group International Harold Levinson Associates, Inc. Herald Square Properties Management LLC

Hilldun Corporation Hortley G. Leblang Charitable Foundation Hunton & Williams LLP I Buss & Allan Uniform Co. Inc. Insight Advisory Partners, LLC J. Crew J.J. Basics, LLC Joseph Neto & Associates, Inc. Julius Roehrs Company Kelly & Hayes Electrical Supply of L.I. Knight Electrical Services Corp. Koeppel Nissan, Inc. Levin Capital Strategies, LP Linklaters LLP LM Cohen & Company Loancore Capital, LLC LT Apparel Madison Capital Manhattan Painting & Decorating Corp. Mann Charitable Foundation The MCJ Amelior Foundation MdeAS Architects Metzger-Price Fund, Inc. MMG Advisors, Inc. Nancy Packes Inc. Newman, Tannenbaum, Helpern, Syracuse & Hirschtritt, LLP The NCC NY LLC NY Commercial Bank P. E. Stone, Inc. Perfection Carpet Care & Maintenance, Inc. Plantus LTD. Platzer, Swergold, Karlin, Levine, Goldberg & Jaslow LLP Play For Your Cause Prestige Restoration & Maintenance, LLC Quality King Dist., Inc. Rick’s Painting & Decorating Corp. Roberta and Richard David Family Foundation Inc. Sills Cummis & Gross P.C. Site Safety LLC SSM Design LLP Standard Fire Suppression Strauss Paper Co. Inc. T.F. Nugent Tannenbaum Helpern Syracuse & Hirschtritt LLP Tone House Fitness New York, LLC Truist Union County Plate Glass Co. USA Outerwear, LLC View the Space Voya Foundation Weickert Industries, Inc. Anonymous (1)

Individual Supporters Visionary Leaders & Event Chairs

$30,000+ Claire and Anthony Abenante Randi Schatz and Joseph Allerhand Heather and Matthew Borstein Greg Braca Susan and Jonathan D. Bram Ashley Cheun Christine and Craig Clay Michael John Conway Saundra and W. Don Cornwell Diane D’Erasmo Lisa and Steven Durels Faye Premer and Bill Edwards Michelle and David W. Florence Sheila Wolf Freiman and Martin Freiman Arlyn and Edward L. Gardner

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Sarah A. Gately Deborah and Paul N. Glickman Jane Skinner Goodell and Roger S. Goodell Joe Gunn Anita and Ash Gupta Agnes and Gerald L. Hassell Jared and Christina Landaw Andrew S. Lipman Yvonne and Arthur Liu Lucy Lopez and Ray Garcia Juliana and Jonathan P. May Kathleen and Dale F. Maycen Jacqueline and Daniel J. McSwiggan Barbara Mendelson and David Brody Steve Moore Amelia and Adebayo Ogunlesi Amanda and Anthony Orso Abby Parsonnet Laura and Richard Parsons Nancy and Charles Posternak Elaine and Steven Pozycki Margaret and Frank Pusinelli James Rapp Michael Rodriguez Mary and David Rosewater Marsha P. and Steve L. Roth Erin and Brendan Scanlon Janey Whiteside and Diego Scotti Victoria and Philip Seskin Marva A. Smalls Kelley and J. Michael Stanley Laurie and Sy Sternberg Jonelle Procope and Frederick O. Terrell Tawana M. Tibbs and Bruce S. Gordon Marie and Adalbert von Gontard, Jr. Amanda and John E. Waldron Caroline and Jacob Werner Anonymous (1)

Miracle Makers

$20,000-$29,999 Sonja and James Bartlett Peter J. and Carol L. Holzer Jack Kopnisky Kate Snow and Chris Bro Lise and Jeffrey Wilks

Memory Makers

$10,000-$19,999 Hector Batista Marianne Brown Neil Clark Stephanie and John Connaughton Jennifer and Reuben Daniels Kelvin L. Davis Nick DeMartini David P. Eisman Matthew R. Gibson Thomas Grossman Sal Guerrera Mellody L. Hobson George Lewis Gwen Libstag Katherine and Mark Linder Peter J. Lyon Nadeem Meghji Daniel R. Milberg Jyothsna Natauri Christopher C. Neidow Susan and Donald E. Newhouse Thomas J. Niedermeyer, Jr. Joan Sarnoff Mary and David Solomon Lou Switzer Sheryl and Daniel Tishman Christopher Williams Paul K. Yi Anonymous (2)

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Friendship Makers

Match Makers

$5,000-$9,999

$1,000-$2,499

Laura Angel-Lalanne Michael Aryeh Mike Casey Annmarie Cassano-Raneri David A. Friedland Heller Goldberg Tim Johnson Brian Kim Bill Koenigsberg Paul Lamas Thomas H. Lee Linda Lou Qahir Madhany Jon Meltzer Cheryl and Philip Milstein Lori and Michael Nash Cameron Papp Lisa and Stephen Plavin Ann and Peter Pollack Jonathan Pollack Robert Raimo Charles Rizzo Elise Schroeder James Shannon Benjamin Smithee Lari Stanton Margaret Sung and Michael J. Schmidtberger Robert J. Sweeney Gregory Taxin Massey Vasseghi David Wassong Anonymous (2)

Debra and Peter Abitante Mariam Amirkhanashvili Benjamin Barry Alex Benisatto Matt Bergman Toni Bernstein’s Emily Berry Robert Birch Jordan Bolebrunch Beatrice Busch and Adalbert von Gontard III Charles Cahn Jr. James Capalino Michael Capasso Susan Hinkson and Francis Carling Mona Carlton Joan and Robert Catell Thomas Cesare Michael Chae Jennifer Chalsty Daniel Chesner Stephen Choe Elizabeth S. Cohen Frank Coiro Ann and Michael Conry Larry Davis Mara Davis Vincent DeGiaimo Robert Dehney Danie DeSa Nicole DonVito Mihir Doshi Dane Dowell Nancy R. Druckman Joanne and Edward A. Froelich LouAnn and Robert Frome Annette and Gennaro J. Fulvio Roy Furman Matt Galati Mark Gibson Leslie Giordano and Greg Biancone Sarah and Leonard Girardi Laurence Glickstein Michelle Goldman Judith and Frank Greenberg Michelle Halperin Stratton R. Heath, III Mike Holbert Dan Irom Ian Karlsson Suri Kasirer David Kaufman Andrew J. Klemmer Elizabeth A. Klemmer Jane Klemmer Katherine Klemmer Terry Lorraine and Kenneth J. Knuckles Lynda Kommel-Browne Albert Laboz Terry Lamantia Sabrina and Matthew J. LeBlanc Dominic Lepore Christine and Glenn Lesko Evelyn and Stanley Lobel Lisa J. Lombardi Dominick Magnan Philip Maletta Michael Mansfield Frank Marino Christopher Marshall James Massey Coleen and Daniel Massoni Joanne and Norman Matthews Luke Mauro Leni and Peter May Jeffrey McLane Eric C. Medow Nathan Miller Gerard Milligan Nicholas Montesano

Dream Makers

$2,500-$4,999 Roswitha and AJ Agarwal Andy Anderson Elliot Berger Stephen B. Brodeur Nick Brown Barry Cohen Elizabeth B. Dater Vivian Donnelley Robin D’Souza Scott Eisen Susan C. Frunzi, Esq. and David E. Wachtel Leslie J. and Johanna Garfield William Getreurer Rocco Giannetti Patricia and Bernard Goldstein Chris Graham Sheena Hafez Olivia Hamlet William Harford Heather Harris Jeff Hoffmeister Nikki Horvilleur Jamie Kush Dean Lanza Wesley LePatner Michael Levine Todd Lippman Amanda Liverpool-Cummins Kathleen McCarthy Claudia Rose and Ted C. Morehouse Ari Paul Michael Rafferty Prasath Raman John Reinsberg Anne Rivera Vivian Saunders Andrew W. Schulman Jeffrey Silverman David S. Stolzar Crystal Veras Mel Walker Anonymous (3)

Lori and David Moore Padraig Murphy Gwendolyn Myles-Chisholm and Leroy Chisholm Susan Narang Susan and John Neely Michael Neuman Mark Nevins Jim Newfrock Michael D. North Oye Odewunmi Kathy O’Donnell Jeff Ohlstein Britt O’Rourke Catharine and John J. O’Rourke Lida Orzeck Jean O’Shea Richard O’Toole Shalin Patel Robert Pedersen Melissa Pianko David L. Picket Martin Pollack Catherine and William Rahm Jaclyn Ranere David Reavy Marcelo Renzi Matilda Reyes Karen and Lewis Rice Ronald S. Rolfe Alan Rosen Shawn A. Rubin Zach Samton Barbara and John Samuelson Meredith Sanandres David Sanford Michele Scaringella Jacob Schrader Jessica Serafin Benjamin Sherlund Marquett B. Smith Steve Song Nedim Soylemez Bonnie M. and Robert J. Stapleton Andrea Watt and Bob Teitelbaum Katherine Terry Suzan Tillotson Christopher Torrente Beverly Benz and Antoine G. Treuille Rachael Tucker Joan Tucker Nana Uemura Lyncean Ung Kate Wadman Simon Wasserberger John Wauters Peter A. Weidman Danielle Whistler Julie Whitaker Ellen Carter Wiesenthal Erin Zimberg Omar Zoheri Anonymous (8)

Government Funding Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention NYS Department of Health NYS Office of Children and Family Services The New York City Council The New York City Council Brooklyn Delegation Council Member Joseph C. Borelli Council Member Fernando Cabrera Council Member Margaret S. Chin Council Member Laurie A. Cumbo Council Member Corey Johnson Council Member Ben Kallos Council Member Bill Perkins Former Council Member Daniel Garodnick


Statement of Activities Revenue and other support

For the year ended June 30, 2018

Unrestricted

Temporarily Restricted

TOTAL

Private grants and contributions

$2,571,080

$219,876

$2,790,956

Special events, net

$4,887,626

$4,887,626

Government grants and contracts

$1,439,199

$1,439,199

Interest and dividends

$1,125,245

$1,125,245

Net realized and unrealized gains

($429,783)

-429,783

(losses) on investments Net assets released from restrictions

Total revenue and other support

Expenses

$164,500

($164,500)

$9,757,867

$55,376

$9,813,243

Unrestricted

Temporarily Restricted

TOTAL

Program

$7,682,056

$7,682,056

Management and general

$1,203,445

$1,203,445

Fundraising

$1,425,903

$1,425,903

$10,311,404

$10,311,404

Total expenses

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The future

is our reason.

Watching Littles like Daniel, Sandra and Michelle become leaders proves the power of mentorship. Their resilience and growth fill us with pride – and keep us inspired to do more. We’ll continue to strengthen our program, empowering more Littles to rise above difficult circumstances and become the leaders we need in our community.

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