2014 Annual Report

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Huckleberry was featured in a series of bus ads on the sides of SF Muni and Marin Transit from May to July 2014.

2014 ANNUAL REPORT July 2013 - June 2014

S E RV I N G B AY A R E A YO U T H A N D Dear Friends, As I complete my first six months as Executive Director of Huckleberry Youth Programs, I am grateful for the remarkable warmth and support of the Huckleberry Family. Working with passionate staff and witnessing their positive impact confirms my earlier impressions: incredible things are taking place at Huckleberry Youth Programs. With your support, Huckleberry provided services to over 6,500 youth and families in Marin and San Francisco in 2013-2014. Since our inception in 1967, Huckleberry Youth Programs has helped over 180,000 youth access medical care, succeed in school, stay off the streets, and out of jail. Our communities would look much different if Huckleberry Youth Programs did not exist.

Ashley Rojas (at right), along with other members of Huckleberry’s Health Education team, provides outreach and workshops to youth in public schools.

I inherited a financially stable agency, poised to make a leap into the new era of fundraising. Our government contracts are solid and remain the foundation of our funding. As this report demonstrates, Huckleberry’s donor pool is diverse and strong with many longtime friends. However, to remain viable, we plan to triple the number of major donors over the next three years.

Huckleberry Youth Programs has embarked on several new initiatives including participation in the San Francisco Mayor’s Task Force on Human Trafficking. Huckleberry has been an advocate for increased services to divert young people from sexual exploitation. Subsequently, we were recently funded to hire a case manager to connect with and guide youth who are identified as at risk of trafficking or exploitation, or who are already entrenched in these dangerous activities. Our Health Educators have been instrumental in the San Francisco Unified School District’s ninth grade sexual health curriculum design and implementation. As a result, our educators cannot keep up with the demand for their workshops. Our juvenile justice prevention services are being piloted on high school campuses. This allows our case managers to work with youth to prevent behaviors that might lead to future arrest.


Huckleberry’s juvenile justice prevention staff at the Community Assessment & Resource Center.

Huckleberry Youth Programs • 3310 Geary Boulevard • San Francisco, CA 94118 • (415) 668-2622

THEIR FAMILIES FOR 47 YEARS As always, Huckleberry continues to be responsive to the changing needs of youth in our communities. This year marks the 50th anniversary of Martin Luther King, Jr.’s march from Selma to Montgomery. Though we have come a long way in civil rights and social justice, there is still much to be achieved. Huckleberry believes the future of our society rests with the health and education of our children. Every young person deserves the chance to realize their potential. The Board of Directors and our entire Huckleberry staff hope you will join us in making sure every youth has an opportunity to achieve their dreams.

Douglas Styles Executive Director

Jerry Peters Board President

The Bruce Fisher Education Fund On Friday, October 10, 2014, Huckleberry celebrated the legacy of our retiring Executive Director Bruce Fisher at the City Club of San Francisco. The Board of Huckleberry Youth Programs honored Bruce Fisher’s long-time commitment to youth with the creation of the “Bruce Fisher Education Fund.” This fund benefits graduates of the Huckleberry Wellness Academies (HWA) and has raised over $60,000* for HWA students. HWA graduates between 30 and 40 high school seniors every year, and the majority of these students have been accepted to four-year universities. Even with a scholarship and student loans, many of our graduates need significant help with a variety of college-related costs including books, transportation, housing deposits, meal tickets and tuition gaps. The Bruce Fisher Education Fund was created to assist our graduates in meeting their unfunded expenses. *Contributions made to the Bruce Fisher Education Fund were made in the 2014/2015 fiscal year and will be reflected in next year’s annual report donor roster. www.huckleberryyouth.org

Bruce with Gail and Bernie Nebenzahl. Bernie is a Huckleberry Lifetime Honorary Board Member.

Bruce and Glynn Washington host of NPR’s “Snap Judgment.”

Bruce with his Executive Assistants over the years. From left: Lauren Uyeshiro, Emily Dreblow, Bruce, Lauren Krasny, Setie Asfaha, and Brooke Tao. 2

HUCKLEBERRY YOUTH PROGRAMS Huckleberry takes a leading role in the creation of “Be Real, Be Ready”, the nation’s

first standardized sexual health education curriculum for the 9th grade, a project of the city’s Adolescent Health Working Group. We were also instrumental in designing the All Health Initiative, a partnership with Ida B. Wells Continuation School in the Western Addition, to improve health outcomes for teens living in that neighborhood.

Huckleberry created the Community-Based Adolescent Healthcare Initiative, a partnership with UCSF Pediatrics funded by the Mt. Zion Health Fund, to reduce barriers to accessing healthcare for juvenile justice engaged youth.

Huckleberry Wellness Academy graduate Joe Zhang conducting a health education workshop at the Balboa Health Fair in April 2014. Joe is currently a freshman at UC Santa Cruz.

Huckleberry’s Health Education Team and Peer Health Educators.

Huckleberry’s Peer Health Educators in San Francisco unveil their completed mural for the Youth Empowerment Fund’s “Unity in our Community” project. They

were awarded a $10,000 grant to create a traveling mural that visited various high schools, allowing students to contribute artwork at each destination. The finished product, the goal of which is to capture a sense of a unified SF youth community, is currently on display at the Huckleberry Youth Health Center on Cole Street.

Nadine Simons, MS, RN, Assistant Surgeon General, Regional Health Administrator, Region IX, Emily M. Murase, PhD, Executive Director, San Francisco Department on the Status of Women and Huckleberry’s Director of Fundraising, Brooke Tao at the Healthy Mothers Workplace Award ceremony.

For the second consecutive year, Huckleberry wins a Healthy Mothers Workplace Award from the San Francisco Healthy Mothers Workplace Coalition. The Coalition is a collaboration of non-profit organizations, government agencies, and

employers created to improve the working conditions and health of new parents. Each year the Coalition honors San Francisco employers that support their working families through lactation accommodation, family and pregnancy leave, and work-life flexibility. 3


S 2013/2014 AGENCY HIGHLIGHTS Huckleberry Wellness Academy is awarded a $50,000 grant by Sun Life, a Massachusetts-based company that

provides financial planning and insurance.

Golden State Warriors player Andre Iguodala presented the check to Huckleberry’s Executive Director Douglas Styles and surprised HWA student Eneida Sanchez (below) with a $5,000 Sun Life Rising Star scholarship award. Pictured above from left: Huckleberry Executive Director Douglas Styles, Huckleberry Wellness Academy student Eneida Sanchez, Director of Fundraising Brooke Tao, Andre Iguodala of the Golden State Warriors, Huckleberry Wellness Academy staff members Priscilla Miranda and Armando Franco, Huckleberry staff member Setie Asfaha and Huckleberry Associate Executive Director Jasmine Stevenson.

The Mayor’s Human Trafficking Collaborative partners with Huckleberry to develop an emergency response plan to address an increase in trafficked youth brought by police to Huckleberry House.

Huckleberry House Residential Coordinator Patrick Buckalew and Director of Programs Mollie Brown (pictured) are active participants in the Commercially Sexually Exploited Children sub-committee of the Mayor’s Collaborative Against Human Trafficking. This collaborative of public and non-profit agencies was formed in an effort to establish a coordinated response to working with exploited youth and adults.Huckleberry House plays a key role in the City’s emergency response for trafficked youth as police will often bring them to us for crisis counseling and shelter.

Mollie Brown and Patrick Buckalew (with E.D. Douglas Styles, center) were awarded Huckleberry’s 2014 Audrey Chickering and Danny Keenan awards for their leadership and commitment to youth.



Our mission is to educate, inspire, and support underserved youth to develop healthy life choices, to maximize their potential, and to realize their dreams.

1967 July 1

June 30






San Francisco

AGE Marin

San Francisco



African American






10 - 13



Asian/ Pacific Islander






14 - 15






16 - 17






18 - 21



Multiethnic/ Multiracial



Over 21








Statement of Operating Revenue & Expenses: 7/1/2013 - 6/30/2014 Revenue and Support


Foundation Grants Individual Donations Corporate Donations Special Events Government Other

$ $ $ $ $ $

1 , 0 6 1 , 1 2 9 1 5 7 ,9 0 1 2 2 3 , 3 1 7 3 4 9 , 6 4 8 3 , 0 3 5 ,9 58 2 5 , 6 3 4

22% 3% 5% 7% 63% 1%





Operating Surplus



Programs - Huckleberry House, SF - Huckleberry Youth Health Center - SF - Huckleberry Wellness Academy - SF - Huckleberry Community Assessment & Resource Center (CARC) - SF Support Services

$ 7 2 7 , 0 93 $ 6 38 , 3 79 $ 3 56 , 50 8

15% 13% 7%

$ 8 9 7 , 7 5 9


$ 3 50 ,4 88


- Huckleberry Teen Health Program - Marin - Huckleberry Wellness Academy - Marin - Marin Support Services

$ 7 1 5 , 3 9 8 $ 3 82 , 0 67 $ 1 4 6 ,8 2 7

15% 8%


$ 6 2 8 , 4 90



$ 4 , 8 4 3 , 0 1 0


Huckleberry Youth Programs, Inc.’s financial statements are audited annually. This condensed statement was extracted from audited financial statements. Complete audited financial statements are available upon request.




We have accomplished this by providing San Francisco and Marin youth and their families with a network of services and opportunities by caring peers and adults.



HEALTH & WELLNESS PROGRAMS HEALTH EDUCATION WORKSHOPS 4,326 youth in 673 workshops across both counties.

4,326 YOUTH

CLINICS 1,500 youth accessed primary, reproductive, and/or mental health services at HYP Health Centers in both counties. COUNSELING SERVICES 478 youth participated in counseling services. 159 clients in family counseling. 101 youth in drug and alcohol counseling.

1,500 YOUTH


WELLNESS ACADEMIES (College Access with a Focus on Health Careers) 98% of the youth in our Huckleberry Wellness Academy graduated from high school. 100% of those youth are now the first generation in their families to attend college.


JUVENILE JUSTICE CARC (Community Assessment & Resource Center) 75% of the youth arrested and brought to Huckleberry’s CARC were not rearrested within the year following completion of the program.


SHELTER HUCKLEBERRY HOUSE Huckleberry Wellness Academy-Marin students on a recent tour of Holy Names University.

180 youth received shelter and counseling services. 93% of youth at Huckleberry House shelter exited safe housing.





SAVE THE DATE – Run for the Roses SATURDAY, MAY 2, 2015 The Clubhouse at Peacock Gap

Saturday, May 2 from 11:30 am to 4 pm, please join us for what is becoming Huckleberry’s most popular annual event – RUN FOR THE ROSES! This spectacular Kentucky Derby party, wine tasting, and auction event is being moved to San Rafael’s newly renovated Clubhouse at Peacock Gap to accommodate a larger number of attendees. This event will surely sell out! Purchase your tickets for $175 each before March 20! After March 20, they will be $200 each. For more information on becoming a Table Captain, contact Betsy Hausman at bhausman@huckleberryyouth.org or at 415.668.2622 ext. 224.

This year’s event will feature: Select wineries from Napa & Sonoma Valley Grand Auction

Kentucky Derby Viewing Exciting Raffle

Cirque du Soleil KURIOS Benefit Performance Raised $126,000 for Huckleberry! Huckleberry would like to extend a huge thank you to Cirque du Soleil, our generous event sponsors, and all who attended our benefit performance of Kurios on Thursday, Dec. 4, 2014.* Latham & Watkins LLP $10,000 George & Myrta Matula Lennar Urban Fran & David Meckler $5,000 Howard & Barbara Miller Brian & Leslie Baker Bernie & Gail Nebenzahl Bruce Bodaken Pacific Union International Da Kitchen Café Lisa & John Pritzker Family Fund Dodge & Cox Recology First Republic Bank Robbins, Geller, Rudman & Dowd LLP Hanson Bridgett LLP SKS Partners JMP Group, Inc. San Francisco Federal Credit Union Pacific Service Credit Union Starboard TCN Rotary Club of Tiburon Sunset John & Junie Sullivan Dyann Tresenfeld Umpqua Bank


Jerry Peters

*Contributions made to Cirque du Soleil were made in the 2014/2015 fiscal year and will be reflected in next year’s annual report donor roster.


Backstrom, McCarley, Berry & Co. Marianne Bamonte Mitchell & Susan Cohen Oz Erickson & Rina Alcalay Bruce Fisher & Marlene Litvak Friedkin Realty Group Carmen Castro-Franceschi Harrington Group 7

Cirque sponsors Mitchell and Susan Cohen. Huckleberry Board members Rose Bentley and Leonard Berry.


THANK YOU DONORS! In-Kind Donors Huckleberry thanks our 2013/2014 in-kind donors who donated goods and services benefiting our programs as well as helping us create a successful 2014 Run for the Roses auction. The Alembic The Isabel Allende Foundation American Conservatory Theater Ashley Morgan Designs Back to Health with Acupunture BACKROADS Barnett Vineyards Bath Sense Bay Area Discovery Museum Beach Blanket Babylon Beautiful Orchids Berkeley Repertory Theatre Joe Betz Bi-Rite Family Business Bill Black Blazing Saddles Bike Rentals and Tours Blue Waters Kayaking Bluebelle Concierge Books, Inc. BottleRock Napa Valley BPIA, Inc. Damon Bruce Buena Vista Winery BurgerMeister Butterfly The Cake Gallery Cakebread Cellars CAL Athletics California Academy of Sciences Call of the Sea Ca’Momi Winery Carter Cellars & Envy Wines Casey Flat Ranch Ceja Vineyards Chabot Space and Science Center Cherin’s Appliance Children’s Fairyland Cindy Potter Graphic Design Cirque du Soleil Cline Cellars Comforts Cooper Alley Salon Costanoa Dorian Cougias Couloir Wines/ Straight Line Wine Dalla Valle Vineyards Dana Estates Winery Gary Danko

Gigi Kaufman Jewelry Darioush Jim & Claire Davis Deerfield Ranch Winery Delfina Restaurant DeLoach Vineyards diPietro Todd Salon Dobbs Ferry Restaurant Dry Creek Vineyards Dan Duckhorn & Duckhorn Vineyards Ego Enterprise En Garde Winery Epic Roasthouse Evo Spa Expression Wines Ferrari-Carano Winery Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco Foreign Cinema Forman Vineyard Fountaingrove Golf Course Fuerza Pilates Galante Vineyards Gallo Family Vineyards Golden State Warriors Grace Family Vineyards Hanzell Vineyards Rick Hicks Honig Vineyards & Winery Hotel Healdsburg House of Prime Rib The Independent Insalata’s International Poster Gallery Jamieson Ranch Vienyards Judd’s Hill Winery Kathy Kamei Designs Sy Kaufman Kaz Winery Elizabeth Kleene Dan Kosta & Kosta Browne Winery La Mar Cebicheria Peruana Ladera Vineyards Anne Laird-Blanton Lamborn Family Vineyards Latham & Watkins LLP Ann Lazarus Le Garage Bistro Leaf and Vine Wines

Chuck & Liz Leone Livermore Valley Wine Growers Lumosity The Maas Clinic MacRostie Winery and Vineyards Leticia Marquez-Magana & Tomas Magana Magic Flute Garden Ristorante Magnolia Pub Maldonado Family Vineyards Mangia Nosh Marin Brewing Company Marinitas Markham Vineyards Matthiasson Ry McCullough Fran & David Meckler Merry Edwards Winery Milagro Foundation Susan Millman The Mindful Body Mission Cliffs Monterey Bay Aquarium Morgan Winery Napa Valley Wine Train NASA-Ames Research Center Neiman Marcus Rotunda Thao Nguyen Nopalito Orsi Papale Estate Pacific Catch Paloma Vineyards Papapietro Patxi’s Pizza Patz & Hall Winery Pedroncelli Winery Perbacco Ristorante & Bar Claudia Perez Perry’s Jerry Peters Pete’s Tavern Ramey Wine Cellars Red Cap Vineyards Red Car Wine Repris Wines Richmond Country Club Ritz Carlton Ryan Roberts Rogue Ales & Spirits Rosa Mexicano


Rose Pistola Restaurant Russack Vineyards Saddleback Cellars Saintsbury SF Jazz San Francisco 49ers San Francisco Ballet San Francisco Fire Department San Francisco Giants San Francisco Opera San Francisco Police Department San Francisco Recreation and Park Dept. San Francisco Zoo Schumacher Photography Seaplane Adventures Shafer Vineyards Silver Oak Cellars Silverado Resort and Spa Six Sigma Ranch & Winery The Slanted Door Paul Slawson Sociale SOJOURN Cellars Sojourn Ventures Dan Spradling St. Ignatius Parish Starry Night Winery Grover Stone Strategic Hotels & Resorts John & Junie Sullivan Brian & Suzanne Swift Tante Marie’s Cooking School Testarossa Winery Tomales Bay Resort Toss Designs The Nick Traina Foundation Tre Balm Trefethen Family Vineyards Vellum Wine Craft Von Holt Wines Wait Cellars Wente Vineyards Westerhold Family Vineyards White Oak Vineyards & Winery Williamson Wines Yank Sing Restaurant YogaTree


Huckleberry’s Generous Donors

( July 1, 2013 to June 30, 2014 )

Huckleberry acknowledges the generosity of our donors, without whom the work we do would not be possible. We apologize for any unint

Individuals $20,000 and above Mitch and Susan Cohen John and Junie Sullivan

$15,000 - $19,999 Raymond and Joanne Lin

$10,000 - $14,999 Jerry Peters Dyann Tresenfeld

$5,000 - $9,999

Andi and David Arrick Dorian Cougias and Lynn Heiberger Dan Duckhorn and Nancy Andrus Duckhorn Bruce Fisher and Marlene Litvak Gregg and Judy Gibson Kathy Grady Sallie Griffith Joe and Kathy Jolson Bernard and Gail Nebenzahl Thao Nguyen Reg Reilly Michael and Marcia Rubenstein Sabina Shaikh Lee and Perry Smith Jeffrey and Jean Sosnaud Mary Voigtsberger Thomas F. White and Tammy Smith-White Diane Wilsey

$2,000 - $4,999

Sherilyn Adams Anonymous Brian and Leslie Baker Marianne Bamonte Ronald and Elynor Berman Nora Blay Warren Browner Donald O. & Ronald R. Collins Fund George and Frances Collins Ron Conway Robert and Martha Copeland S. Osborn Erickson and Rina Alcalay Andy and Stephanie Evans Jacqueline Fagerlin Roger Friedberger Greg and Carmen Franceschi Sanford and Linda Gallanter Chris and Jackie Gallo Joe and Sarah Gallo Alison Geballe Heather Hanly and Dan Purcell Julie Harkins Betsy and Joel Hausman David Herr Adam Kablanian Mr. and Mrs. Martin Katz Chuck and Liz Leone Jill Lervold Steve Lowenthal Robert Lurie George and Myrta Matula Fran and David Meckler Laura Menicucci Leon Metz Howard and Barbara Miller Valerie Pierce and Michael Stortz Jared Polsky William Price John and Lisa Stone Pritzker Barbara Roberts Paul and Debby Sagues Richard and Jill Sideman Joelle Steefel Rick Stubblefield Eric and Brooke Tao Lisa Wang

$1,500 - $1,999

Richard and Connie Adams Woody and Connie Baker-Cohn 9

Rose Bentley Michael Bien and Jane Kahn Bill and Maria Carlile James and Claire Davis Jeffrey Demartini Terri Ewing Bob and Christine Feibusch Dennis and Susan Gilardi Linda Gomez Steven and Donna Gothelf Rory Laczkowski William and Barbara Peterson Ashley Rodwick John Sullivan III

$1,000 - $1,499

Joe and Vernona Brown Adriane Armstrong Henry Bannister Bill Black and Lenore Naxon Harold Blajwas Jane Brayton Craig Burke and Molly Lazarus Ron Charyn Fred Cohen and Carolyn Klebanoff Liane Collins Mary Connick Ruth Cowan Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Evans Morton Friedkin Carolyn Friedman Mike and Margaret Fuson Karen Goore and Nate Goore John Gray Richard Grey Barbara and William Hazen Richard Hill and Nancy Lundeen Pepper and Michael Jackson Rev. James McCray and Gail Jackson-McCray Barbara and David Kimport David Kirp Lauren Krasny Christopher Lane Christa Lopez Michelle Magee Krista Mahlberg Steve and Anne Marie Massocca Mike and Georgie McConnell Lee and Linda Meier Barbara Meislin George Miller Jane Miller Tim Muller Scott Nagle Margaret Robson Douglas Robson Gary Roof and Douglas Light Will Robinson and Lauren Uyeshiro Donald Rubin and Olympia Martyn Betty and Jack Schafer Scott and Dina Smith Tom Steyer and Kat Taylor Brian and Suzanne Swift Laura Talmus Herbert and Nancy Tully William Tung Barbara and Scott Waxman Art and Janet Wong

$500 - $999

Patricia Avery Michael Baxter Kurt and Johanna Beyer Dick and Diane Blackman Mollie Ward Brown Christian Ciscle Andy Copeland Timothy and Kristin Crudo June Farmer Michael Feldman and Christine Glastonbury Paula and Gareth Fracchia Ken and Jean Freeman Alessandra Gallo Robert Galoob

Kevin Galvin Phil and Leslie Gardner Eric Greenberg Peter Wald and Christina Hall William Nolan Highbaugh Oliver and Irene Holmes Jim and Bethany Hornthal Brian and Anya Ilfeld Katie Karp Jack Lapidos Steve and Maribelle Leavitt Lenny Stein and Janni Lehrer-Stein Leonard Lloyd Kathie Lowry Thomas Lumsden Tomas Magana and Leticia Marquez-Magana Bernard and Leslie Martin Amy and Mac McConnell Laurie McKay Shelley and Paul Miller E. Saul Pena Peter Pollat Susanne Rivera Stephen and Marcia Ruben Marian Rubin Phil Schlein Mike Sela and Larkin Ryder Mary-Ann and Richard Shafer Patrick Shannon Stefanie Smith and Daniel Throop Jeff Sterley Nicole and Dirk Thye Rachel Weinstein and Geoffrey Rotwein Henry and Susan Wirta Alba Witkin

$250 - $499

Angela Acchione Barbara Blasdel and Eugene Alexander Betsy Aubrey and Steve Lichtenberg Lori Barra Jeffry Bernstein Dan Burgoon Dale Butler and Tina Panziera Jeaniesar Caluag Don and Alison Carlson Mike Casey Annemarie Clark and Bill Osterhaus Michael Davis Joan Difuria and Robert Fisher Laura Enos David and Vicki Fleishhacker Fabrice and Phyllis Florin Margo Murray and David Fox Robert and Carol Freidenberg Heidi Funai Stuart Lipton and Melanie Gnazzo Colleen Gomez Tiffany Gomez Jasmine Gorton Bachtiger Nancy and Stephen Grand Elaine Hausman Lorraine Honig John and Molly Hooper Tony Ibarra Dr. Peter Jensen Mike Kappus Matthew Kelemen and Jeannette Lafors Martin and Pamela Krasney Frederick and Aura Kuperberg Frank Landin and Edmund Frey Kenn Lau Hans Levi Tammie Lewis-Sansano Ronald and Sandra Linder Rulon and Cecile Linford Jane LiVigni Steven and Maurie Louis Ramiro and Judith Maldonado Sharon Meadows and Henry Hewitt David Melnick Peter and Carol Murphy Debbie Nebenzahl Martha and Clarke Nelson David and Yvonne O’Hare


Susan Obata, M.D. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Plimack William Pomeranz and Harriet Prensky Eddie Pun Khaia Ritter Robert and Toby Rubin Leslie Sanders Sergio Santilli Jamey and Nancy Saunders Wade and Heather Schlueter Paul Sheeran Frances Shell Mr. and Mrs. Finis Smith Rod and Jo-Ann Sockolov Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Stern Eugene and Julia Tao Stephen and Britt Thal Julus Turman Steve Vanni Emerald Yeh and Ron Blatman Bennett and Cindy Zier

$100 - $249

Tom Allen and Beth Levison Lawrence Andow Mauna Arnzen Lauren Asher Susan and David Harnden Stanley and Mary Baker Susy Balla Vrouvas Mary Jo Barnett Don Baron Alvin Baum Jr. Peter Berman Teena Berman and Owen Hart Leonard Berry Denise Bethel Lisa Bishop Steven Blumlein and Arlyne Charlip Bill Boraczek Henry and Prudence Breitrose Donna Broughan Tina Brugger Susan Burrell and Don Kerson James Chanin Christine and Kevin Chessen Steve and Ellyn Cohen Denise Coleman Liz Darby Phil Darny, M.D. and Uta Landy Marcella Davis George and Roseanne Dobbins Sam and Rebecca Dorman Sharon Faccinto Erika and Mark Fagerlin Marc Farman Gary Fiedel Kay and Steve Fike Sherry Fingarette Ben and Katie Fort Chuck Fortunato Denis Gleason Sylvia Guendelman George and Kathleen Hamilton Howard Harband Syed and Shama Hasib Jane Hatch Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hearst Anthony and Lee Hooker Michael and Katie Hooper Mark and Lori Horne Katy Hunt and John Whorton John and Elizabeth Jackson Dennis Jaramillo Loretta Jones Hal and Gigi Kaufman Steve and Julie Kimball Leslie and Michael Krasny James Lawrence and Kara Wright Nicholas Leone Jane Levi Lauren Loney and David Gunning Lynn Lubbock Jacqueline Majors Sean Mallory Miguel Marquez

tended omissions. Tanya Marston Catharine Martin Tom and Carolee Mathers Claire McAuliffe Mark and Hilary McInerney Spencer and Roberta Michels Kristen Miller Ted Mitchell and Tanya Slesnick John and Martha Mouer Daniel and Lilian Murray David Nebenzahl and Stephanie Wong Jeff Nebenzahl Kathryn Niggeman John O’Toole and Jean Hom Brian Parker Kathleen Patterson Kay Pellicciarini Robert Peterson Lindsey Phillips Julia Poelstra Laurie Poett Dee Marie Rawlinson Marlene Sanchez Rebecca Sarokin Jessica Schlenoff Jordan Schung Nina Schwartz, M.D. Janet Shalwitz and Burt Feuerstein Steven Shatz and Nina Rivkind Andy and Aglae Shaw Sue Shepanek Neal Simon and Nancy Boughey Charles Slutzkin Anne Smith Barbara and Jesse Smith Joni Smith and Clark Smith Rebecca Smullin Janet Sollod Donald and Beverly Steffen Tania and Michael Stepanian Stuart Stoller and Novella Smith Gretchen and Rocky Stone Teddy Stray Dinah and Noah Stroe Douglas and Deborah Styles Libby Thaler Nhung Thi Le Brendan Thompson Paul and Pearl Vapnek Margaret and Ralph Voorhees Donna Wagner Michael and Johanna Wald Glynn Washington Gene and Angela Weber Jennifer and Ralph Wedge Elyse and Barry Weinstein Julia Wilson Charles and Frances Wisch Will Wolcott Gary and Linda Zellerbach

$50 - $99

George Adams and Anne Marie Smith Susan Adams Barry Ansell Robert Arrick, DVM Mr. and Mrs. Donald Auslen JoAnne Barnes Joan and Burton Berry Marsha Blachman Robert Buccieri Norman and Jo Budman William Corba Peggy DaSilva and Dan Hodapp Kevin Davis Stephanie Davis-Don Sharon Friel Donald and Betty Green Judy and Gary Grossman Rita Jeremy and Barry Gurdin Jesse Herzog Donald and Virginia Humphreys Carolyn and F.J. Klemeyer Benjamin and Trudy Leung Alan Levins Ellen Macfarlane

Jim Malaspina Kitty McDonnell Nancy Miljanich Beth and Scott Minick Reed Minuth and Megin Scully David Myers and Linda Cox-Myers Jean Nicholas Donald and Kathleen Nielsen Janet Ogata Cheryl Paddack Virginia Philhower Vivian Podesta Jan and Jim Proud Dan and Cindy Rosenheim Henry and Marie Shapiro Niel Shay Frances Tauber

Under $50

Ali Amaro Jacque Baker Linda Bodwin Marjorie Cruz Bob DeMattei Edward Dzialo Jenny Eu Bruce Fay Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Fetterman Jesus Garcia Loretta Giorgi Alex Hausman Elizabeth Julian Marc Marvin Mr. and Mrs. James McGuigan William and Sandy Mixsell John and Anne Parker Patricia Pritchard Eliana Resnick Heidi Reutiman Sarita Satpathy Nicholas Schneir Vicki Schwartz Dan Sutorius Stefanie Taunton Laura Torres Courtney Townsend Peter Von Wiegandt Susie Wong Muzit Zehaie

Corporations, Businesses & Organizations

Pacific Service Credit Union Pamakid Runners Rotary Club of Tiburon Sunset San Francisco Elks Lodge Steyer, Lowenthal, Boodrookas, Alvarez, & Smith TJX Foundation Veritable Vegetable

$2,500 - $4,999

Backstrom McCarley Berry & Co. LLC Citibank Eileen Fisher, Inc. Fidelity National Title Company Harrington Group In-N-Out Burger Foundation Latham & Watkins LLP Pacific Union International Recology Reich & Tang Robbins Geller Rudman & Dowd Safeway Foundation San Francisco Federal Credit Union SEI Investments Company Starboard TCN

$1,500 - $2,499

Allianz Global Investors Bi-Rite Family Business The Dreyfus Corp./The Bank of New York Mellon Corp. The Voigtsberger Group

$1,000 - $1,499

Bassing Painting Invesco San Francisco Giants Wells Fargo Foundation

$500 - $999

Brandeis-Hillel Day School Community Thrift Store First American Title Company Harder + Company National Safe Place Patxi’s Chicago Pizza ProSight Insurance

$250 - $499

$5,000 - $9,999

Chevy’s Restaurant Congregation Rodef Sholom Project Avary Somar Bar TGI Project

Foundations $200,000 & above

Marin Community Foundation

BLACKROCK Browne George Ross LLP Da Kitchen Café Dodge & Cox Embarcadero Corporation First Republic Hanson Bridgett, LLP JMP Group Morrison Foerster Foundation

Alexander M. and June L. Maisin Foundation California HealthCare Foundation George H. Sandy Foundation Grass Roots Gay Rights West Foundation Milagro Foundation Mortar Foundation San Francisco Public Health Foundation Van Loben Sels/RembeRock Foundation William S. Gilmore Foundation

$5,000 - $9,999

Charles See Foundation Eucalyptus Foundation Farese Family Foundation Leo S. Guthman Fund Evelyn & Walter Haas, Jr. Fund Leestma Foundation Stanley S. Langendorf Foundation The Isabel Allende Foundation Walter & Elise Haas Fund

$1,000 - $4,999

Elinor Smith Charitable Trust The Fred Gellert Family Foundation Hilltop Foundation Humanist Fund Koret Foundation Lurie Foundation Marin Charitable Association McConnell Family Foundation Rotasa Foundation San Francisco AIDS Foundation The Willie L. Brown, Jr. Institute Youth Leadership Institute

US Department of Health & Human Services - Administration for Children & Families US Department of Justice   - Office of Violence Against Women

Under $100

Macy’s Union Bank US Bank

$10,000 - $19,999

$100 - $249

$20,000 and above

$10,000 - $19,999

Anonymous Foundation David B. Gold Foundation Morris Stulsaft Foundation Mount Zion Health Fund The Lisa and John Pritzker Family Fund The Nick Traina Foundation Peter E. Haas Jr. Family Fund Quest Foundation Viragh Family Foundation

Public Funding Sources

Genentech Kaiser Permanente Northern California Community Benefit Program Kaiser Permanente San Francisco Community Benefit Program Blue Shield eScrip Gilead Sciences, Inc. Kaiser Permanente Marin/Sonoma Community Benefit Program

$20,000 - $49,999

Heffernan Foundation Pasta Pomodoro Rainbow Grocery UCSF Adobe Systems Ciao Consulting LLC Gap Foundation Gift Match Grasplan Ravasio Real Estate Seventh Ave Presbyterian Church Unitarian Congregation of Marin ZogSportsSF

$50,000 & above

The Kimball Foundation

$100,000 - $199,999

Marin Community Foundation Sutter Health Access to Care Fund S.D. Bechtel, Jr. Foundation

$50,000 - $99,999

The California Wellness Foundation Frances K. and Charles D. Field Foundation


Federal Grants & Contracts

State Grants & Contracts

California Family Health Council California Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development

San Francisco Contracts

SF Department of Children,   Youth and Their Families SF Department of Public Health - Community Behavioral Health Services San Francisco Human Services Agency

Marin Contracts

Marin Board of Supervisors Marin Department of Health &   Human Services • Division of Public Health   - Community Health and Prevention Services   - Maternal Child & Adolescent Health • Division of Alcohol, Drug, & Tobacco Programs • Division of Community Mental Health 10

Huckleberry Youth Programs Board of Directors

Huckleberry Youth Programs Staff ADMINISTRATION Executive Director Douglas Styles Associate Executive Director, Marin Programs Jasmine Stevenson Program & Community Development Mollie Brown Executive Assistant Setie Asfaha Research & Evaluation Elizabeth Ascher

Douglas Styles (back center) with Huckleberry’s Board of Directors

PRESIDENT Jerry Peters Partner, Latham & Watkins, LLP VICE PRESIDENT John Sullivan Chairman and CEO (ret.) Majestic Insurance Co. SECRETARY Elizabeth Leone Sunny Hills Services Human Resources ASSISTANT SECRETARY George Matula, MD Permanente Medical Group, UCSF (ret.) TREASUER Leon Metz CPA, Delagnes, Mitchell & Linder, LLP Adriane Armstrong Managing Director of Programs, JUMA Ventures Marianne Bamonte Senior Vice President & Division Manager, Union Bank Rose Bentley Director of NA Renewals, Lyris Leonard Berry Backstrom, McCarley, Berry & Co., LLC Nora Blay Healthcare Consultant Danielle Cagen Corporate Communications and Public Affairs Executive CSAA Insurance Group, a AAA Insurer William Carlile Adjunct Professor of Finance, University of San Francisco

Wendy Coblentz Author Matthew Dunn Vice President, Digital Publishing and Social Strategies Jackie Fagerlin Attorney, Cardoza Law Offices Nolan Highbaugh General Counsel, KIPP Schools Gail Jackson-McCray Attorney Thao Nguyen Director, AGS Americas Operations & Global Performance Management, Adobe Systems Jared Polsky Architect Polsky Perlstein Architects Raymond Quan Vice President & Area Manager, Umpqua Bank Ashley Rodwick Communications and Evaluation Analyst Koret Foundation Sabina Shaikh Senior Director of Global Alliances, Salesforce Jeff Sosnaud Director, Coro Center for Civic Leadership (ret.) LIFETIME HONORARY MEMBERS: Annemarie Clark Ruth Cowan Bernie Nebenzahl Don Rubin Brian Swift

Data Management Coordinator Quyen Le Human Resources Frank Landin Senior Director of Wellness Academies Vicky Valentine Fiscal Director Bruce Rice Accounting Manager Frances Shell Senior Bookkeepeer Vera Petrakovsky DEVELOPMENT Major Grants Jenn Chen Fundraising Brooke Tao

Program Director Stacy Sciortino Case Managers Imelda Acosta Edwin Bernardez Chrishaun Henderson Harvey Lozada Andres Rios Assessor/Data Entry Jorge Rodriguez Psychotherapist Megan Kearney HUCKLEBERRY YOUTH HEALTH CENTER Director of Health Services - SF Krista Girty Manager of Behavioral Health Integration Genessa Trietsch Health Education Staff Miriam Parra Ashley Rojas Dwanna Schaedlich Health Center Coordinator Emily Liu HUCKLEBERRY WELLNESS ACADEMY – SAN FRANCISCO Academic Case Managers Erika Flores Tope Pedro Nicole Salviejo

Marketing & Events Betsy Hausman


Communications Heather Mathews

Program Director Priscilla Miranda

Development Associate Gina Pan

Coordinator Armando Franco

Development Specialist Amy McConnell

Academic Case Managers Rachel Anicetti Lucia Diaz



Director of Juvenile Justice Programs Denise Coleman

Director of Community Health Jaclynn Davis Drug & Alcohol Counselors Shawna Dobson Gale Sandoval Health Educator Nicole Gusman Psychotherapists Judy Hernandez Cynthia Vergara Administrative Assistant Monica Vargas HUCKLEBERRY HOUSE Program Director Katie Reisinger Residential Coordinator Patrick Buckalew Clinical Director - SF Margo Levi Counseling Services Manager Katie Jennette Psychotherapist Gabi Perez Case Manager Debra Linley Residential Counselors Michael Carnevale Clelia Fernandez Elena Garcia Corinne Limbach Alex Miley AmeriCorps Michelle Lapitan Becca Welna INTERNS Miguel Alcala Jia Broussard Nadine Browning Veronica Tai

Clinical Director Marin Susan Quigley

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