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At Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club, it’s not just about one thing. » It’s about caring staff members who teach life lessons. » It’s about moments that matter. » It’s about a safe, fun place where kids and teens can imagine and realize their potential.


Dear Friends:

Daniel Quintero Executive Director, Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club

Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club will be celebrating its 50th anniversary in the Bronx. It has been in existence since 1915 with a half century invested in Bronx neighborhoods. Upon its inception, Kips Bay met the pressing needs of youngsters in the Kips Bay section of Manhattan. Over time, those needs lessened, and other high-needs communities were identified, so Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club relocated to the Bronx. The Lucile Palmaro Clubhouse, our flagship site, opened in 1969. The Club provided children with opportunities to learn life skills like academics, the arts, athletics, socializing and becoming leaders in their community. We later added a swimming pool and two new classrooms. Over time, additions included an outdoor recreation area, an auditorium, and a sports complex including an ice rink, basketball court, baseball field and air-supported dome for indoor sports. We continued to expand our reach and strengthen our services, and we now operate nine sites in the Bronx and a rustic camp in Harriman, New York. We offer a full range of enrichment and recreational programming. And the expansion continues. We are in the midst of a project at the Lucile Palmaro Clubhouse to accommodate our ever-growing cadet population. We are also building a Learning Kitchen at the Frederic R. & Margaret Coudert Clubhouse. As important, is our critical partnership with Astor Mental Health Services to address the mental health issues that are affecting our youth today.

Our success is evidenced by the story of staff member Louise Hamilton, site supervisor at Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club H.E.L.P. Morris Unit (located in a homeless shelter). Louise has been nominated for the PASEsetters Award, which honors after-school educators who have made an indelible impact on youngsters. It is also evidenced by the 2018 Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club Youth of the Year representative, Jasmine M., from identifying and dealing with her mental health issues to acting on her passion for social justice and mental health awareness. As Kips Bay continues to stay present to the needs of the community, we continue to witness the positive results of our commitment to all who walk through Kips Bay doors. As I revisit the history of Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club and each milestone, I reminisce on the great and important work accomplished and what remains to be done. I am thankful for everyone who has partnered with us to grow this organization to what it is today. My sincere appreciation for all your support. It has allowed Kips Bay to provide essential programs and services to more than 10,000 youngsters, ages 6 to 18, throughout the Bronx. Kips Bay is truly “A Place to Become.” Sincerely,

Daniel Quintero Executive Director, Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club

Dear Friends:

James P. Druckman President and CEO, New York Design Center President, Board of Trustees Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club

A heartfelt thank-you to you, our generous donors. Your support allows Kips Bay to provide vital services to more than 10,000 youngsters throughout the Bronx. We sincerely appreciate all you do. Herein we illustrate the results of your investment. This year we feature individual stories of a member and a staff person who share how Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club became and remains the safe space that allowed them to confront and overcome their obstacles, and journey on the road to success. Staff member Louise Hamilton, site supervisor at Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club H.E.L.P. Morris Unit (located in a homeless shelter), is our PASEsetters nominee. Each year, PASE honors five outstanding after-school educators at the annual PASEsetters Awards Benefit. Award winners are individuals whose commitment, energy and creativity have had an indelible impact on the children and youth of New York City. As you read the summary of Ms. Hamilton’s accomplishments, it is clear Kips Bay staff and programs were life-changing. I am honored to stand shoulder to shoulder with Ms. Hamilton. She naturally promotes our mission because she has experienced the benefits of the Club firsthand and learned to thrive. We couldn’t ask for a better role model. The 2018 Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club Youth of the Year representative, Jasmine M., struggled as a young girl. She felt confused and misunderstood until her path led her to the Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club Frederic R. & Margaret Coudert Clubhouse in the West Bronx.


She is now a stellar young woman who represents the leadership qualities and commitment to civic engagement that Kips Bay instills in Club members. Her direct quote reflects the sense of nurturing provided at Kips Bay: “Being at Kips Bay was my safe haven.” We applaud her efforts and her wellearned distinction as our Youth of the Year representative. Day after day we strive to create an empowering atmosphere at our nine locations, where Club members are afforded “A Place to Become.” We uphold our mission: “To enrich and enhance the quality of life for young people by providing educational and developmental programs, with special emphasis on youngsters ages 6-18 who come from disadvantaged or disenfranchised circumstances.” We are truly grateful for your partnership. Sincerely,

James P. Druckman President and CEO, New York Design Center President, Board of Trustees Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club

TABLE OF CONTENTS Our Programs................................. 4 Staff Spotlight................................ 5 Program Highlights........................ 6 Our Locations................................. 7 Youth of the Year........................... 8 Day for Kids .................................. 9 50 Years in the Bronx....................10 Fundraising Events........................12 Our Corporate Sponsors............... 14 How You Can Help.........................15 Financial Summary........................16 Board of Trustees.......................... 17 Donors............................................18 Our Mission....................................21


Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club is a safe space for kids ages 6 to 18. We’re proud to serve over 10,000 boys and girls across our nine locations in the Bronx and at our Harriman summer camp, in New York’s Hudson Valley. Every day, our Club makes a difference in the lives of extraordinary kids. At the Lucile Palmaro Clubhouse, you might find competitive swimming, ballet and karate all happening simultaneously. Aspiring filmmakers and musicians are now able to hone their craft in the new Digital Arts Center at the Coudert Clubhouse. In addition to physical recreation and the arts, Club members can take advantage of academic assistance and education enrichment programs, held daily. Kips Bay is a place that allows young people to challenge themselves physically and intellectually. The Club’s recognition of its members’ accomplishments and leadership inspires a spirit of giving back to others at home, in school and in the community.

GREAT PROGRAMS MAKE FOR GREAT OPTIONS AND OUTCOMES The Arts Engages youth in developing their creativity and cultural awareness through knowledge and appreciation of the visual arts, performing arts, creative writing and crafts. • Digital Arts • Studio in School • Kips Bay Performing Arts Program - Drama - Dance - Jr. and K-Company Character and Leadership Development Empowers youth to support and influence their Club and community, sustain meaningful relationships with others, develop a positive self-image, participate in the democratic process, and respect their own and others’ cultural identities. • Torch Club • Keystone: The Premier Teen Club • Passport to Manhood • Youth of the Year Leadership Development Suite


Education and Career Development Enables youth to apply learning to everyday situations, become proficient in basic educational disciplines and embrace technology to achieve sucess in a career.

Sports, Fitness and Recreation

Health and Life Skills

Encourages youth in developing an understanding of fitness, social skills and a positive use of leisure time.

Encourages young people’s capacity to engage in positive behaviors that nurture their own well-being and helps them to set personal goals and to live successfully as self-sufficient adults.

• Basketball • Baseball

• Diplomas2Degrees - College Readiness for teens

• Floor Hockey


• Ice Skating

• Education Assistance Program • Summer Youth Employment Program • Power Hour: Making Minutes Count

• Figure Skating • Ice Hockey • Softball • Triple Play • Flag Football

• Summer Brain Gain

• Aquatics

• Summer Slugger

• Soccer

• UPS Road Code

• Karate

• Work, Learn, & Grow

• Brent’s Club • Healthy Habits • Passport to Manhood • Smart Girls • Smart Moves • Social Emotional Development Guide

H.E.L.P. USA’s site at H.E.L.P. Morris serves over 200 homeless families who are living in transitional housing while they search for a permanent place to call home. Each afternoon, Kips Bay welcomes children from these families with a snack, help with homework, and fun, interactive activities. These children face unique challenges and hardships. It’s difficult for them to think about their future with so much uncertainty in their daily lives. But these children have a remarkable friend on their side at H.E.L.P. Morris — Kips Bay’s Louise Hamilton. We are lucky to have Louise as our site supervisor, making Kips Bay at H.E.L.P. Morris a warm, welcoming, fun and supportive environment for children.

H.E.L.P. MORRIS SITE SUPERVISOR: LOUISE HAMILTON Louise’s mantra is, “Treat all we encounter with respect and a smile!” Louise makes sure that all staff at H.E.L.P. Morris are positive and respectful in their interactions with families. Her upbeat spirit brings sunshine to every room she enters. Louise has a special empathy for the young people she works with every day. When she was a kid, she and her family used to live at H.E.L.P. Morris as well. When Louise lived at the H.E.L.P. Morris shelter, she joined Kips Bay as a member. At one point, at a young age, she stopped going to school. Kips Bay staff struck a deal with her — she had to attend school in order to come to Kips Bay. Louise loved coming to Kips Bay, so the deal worked. As a teen, Louise began working for Kips Bay through the Summer Youth Employment Program and was hired as an education assistant in 2001. In her many years at the Kips Bay program at H.E.L.P. Morris, Louise has fed families, taught dance, run a girls program, taken children to the public library for a program called “Read to Me,” and led field trips. She makes sure that all holidays are celebrated with fanfare, and that families are able to feel at home with Thanksgiving and Christmas dinners. Her accomplishments at Kips Bay ultimately led to her being promoted to site supervisor.

Today, Louise uses her past experiences to connect with our youth. She gives children a sense of self-worth and instills in them that no matter what their circumstances are, they should never give up. She teaches them that everyone has low moments and challenges, but it’s how you overcome and push yourself forward that shows your strength. Louise helps our young people with their homework and encourages them to commit to their education. Today, Louise is earning her master’s degree, proving that determination and hard work can pay off. Above all, Louise ensures that her after-school program is a safe haven where kids can come to be free from worry, doubt, shame and despair — and just be a kid. Louise is an inspiration and friend to everyone she meets, and we are proud to claim her as both a staff member and as an accomplished Kips Bay alumna!

It’s about giving them the tools to succeed. Mr. Al returned to his home Club to work with young members to reinforce the importance of the life skills that can be learned through sports. Life is about performing as a good sportsman, both as an individual and as part of a team. As he mentors Club members, Al works alongside his childhood mentor from whom he learns on a daily basis. That’s high-five-worthy! Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club is a place to become.



2018 PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS MICHAEL PHELPS’ ‘IMPROGRAM’ MEDAL CEREMONY Michael Phelps is widely regarded as one of the most accomplished athletes of all time. Throughout his career, Phelps has been committed to helping promote the sport of swimming at all levels. Led by Kips Bay Aquatics Director Eddie Oyola, aquatics staff, utilizing the ‘IMPROGRAM’, taught members how to swim and techniques on water safety, including treading water and breathing techniques. The goal of this program is for participants to be comfortable in and around water, advance their swimming skills, and achieve good overall health.

CARLOS GOES ON NATIONAL TOUR Meet Carlos, affectionately known as CJ. At 3 years old, CJ would tell his mom he wanted to dance onstage. He began his journey to Broadway at age 6 when he joined the Kips Bay Performing Arts program. In his second year as a member, he auditioned for the Jr. K-Company and has flourished since. With the support of dedicated Club staff, CJ chased his Broadway dream and was invited to join the cast of the Broadway musical On Your Feet! The story of Emilio and Gloria Estefan, playing the role of young Emilio during the six-month national tour.

THROGGS NECK CLUB MEMBERS FEATURED ON PBS NEWS HOUR WITH THE SALVADORI CENTER The Throggs Neck unit received a grant to implement STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) programming through the Salvadori Foundation, and Club members were excited to learn about civil engineering. Topics included various bridges throughout New York City.

SLEEP NUMBER & NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE Select Kips Bay summer campers participated in the ultimate game day experience with the NFL and Sleep Number. Club members were greeted with personalized lockers that included a custom Sleep Number football jersey and Sleep Number gift bag. After the game day field experience, former NFL New York Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz announced that the participants would receive a brand-new Sleep Number bed.

MULTICULTURAL SOCCER PROGRAM The Castle Hill unit runs a weekly multicultural soccer program that brings over 250 young people to participate in soccer clinics and recreational play. This program promotes diversity through sports. On Martin Luther King Day, Castle Hill hosted their first ever MLK Jr. Tournament, which included a rotation of exhibition games. During game breaks, staff educated participants on the life of Martin Luther King Jr. and his impact on society.

COLLEGE SIGNING DAY Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club celebrated its inaugural College Signing Day in 2018. Over 27 graduating high school seniors participated. College Signing Day is a day of supporting academic success and celebrating the choice in making a commitment to higher education. All graduating seniors signed an official proclamation declaring their commitment to pursuing college and their dreams.


With nine locations in the Bronx and a summer camp in Harriman, New York’s Hudson Valley, Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club reaches youngsters who cannot get to the two main Clubhouses, Palmaro and Coudert. Our facilities are also located in public schools, community centers and homeless shelters. Members at these facilities enjoy frequent trips to the Clubhouses for swimming, skating, digital arts and special events.

Camp Sebago Kips Bay Summer Camp on Lake Sebago in Harriman State Park.


Frederic R. & Margaret Coudert Clubhouse The largest facility, at 28,000 square feet. Coudert has a sports complex, performing arts hall and Digital Arts Center.

After-school academics, arts and athletics for elementary school children. P.S. 138 A Comprehensive After School System of NYC (COMPASS) program offering academic, athletic and arts programs.

P.S. 304 and M.S. 101 After-school programs to develop and enhance academic and social skills.

H.E.L.P. Morris H.E.L.P. Crotona Located in homeless shelters run by H.E.L.P. USA. Academic, social, and creative programs and services help children develop a sense of stability and self-worth, and focus on their education.

Lucile Palmaro Clubhouse The flagship Clubhouse. Approximately 57% of Kips Bay kids are enrolled here.

Castle Hill Community Center Leadership, academic, physical fitness and social programs for teens.

Throggs Neck Community Center Academic, social and creative programs are provided year-round in a Comprehensive After School System of NYC (COMPASS) initiative, located in New York City public housing.


Several years ago, a struggling young girl from the West Bronx was looking for answers. She felt confused and misunderstood and had trouble remembering events from her childhood. But things were about to turn around for Jasmine, as her journey at Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club began.



Jasmine comes from a unique multicultural background. She has Pakistani and Dominican ancestry and two older half-siblings of Colombian descent. Growing up in an impoverished neighborhood, she was exposed to harsh realities and observed how violence, drugs and homelessness impacted her neighbors. Jasmine had suffered from mental health issues for most of her life. At the age of 14, she was diagnosed with major depression, generalized anxiety and depersonalization-derealization disorder. She took strong medication to treat these issues but still suffered from anxiety and found herself numb to happiness. In school, she was regularly bullied, which led her to feel like an outcast, overwhelmed and isolated. Her life felt empty, lonely and purposeless. But when she walked into Kips Bay’s Frederic R. and Margaret Coudert Clubhouse, Jasmine’s life began to change for the better. She started attending the Coudert Clubhouse in 2012. She was 10 years old and coping with many difficulties. As Jasmine recalls, “Being at Kips Bay was my safe haven.”

It’s about steps toward greatness. Ms. Breanna understands the power of the dance program at her home Club, and now returns during summer break to train and inspire young Club members through dance. She sees herself in dancers who are hungry and passionate about their art. She’s also experiencing the positive impact the discipline required for her dance training is having on her collegiate biology studies. Leaping from the stage to the lab. That’s how we do it!

At Kips Bay, she attended SMART Girls, a character and leadership-focused program that had a great impact on her life. As a SMART Girls member, Jasmine finally began to feel like she belonged. Having a group of friends and a platform

to speak her mind and express herself boosted Jasmine’s confidence and happiness. As Jasmine describes it, “The culture at Kips Bay is about empathy. Teaching people how to treat each other with kindness and how to interact with others helps so much.” Today, Jasmine is an ambitious and stellar young woman who represents the leadership qualities and commitment to civic engagement that Kips Bay instills in Club members. She is an honors student at Cathedral High School, a founding member of the STEM club, a lacrosse player, a member of the choir and a self-published author. Jasmine is especially passionate about social justice and mental health. As a minority female from an underprivileged neighborhood, she is driven to fight for equality and inclusion for all people. At Kips Bay, she participates in the community service-focused Keystone Club for teens. She is a dedicated advocate for equality for ethnic minorities, people with disabilities and the LGBTQ community. Jasmine is also committed to raising awareness about mental health, including the importance of staying away from illegal drugs.

Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club is a place to become.



ANNUAL DAY FOR KIDS FESTIVAL AND STEVE BONANO MEMORIAL RUN Kips Bay’s Day for Kids is an annual community celebration and Kips Bay’s largest outreach event, reaching 7,000 community members a year. In partnership with the 43rd NYPD precinct, we closed Randall Avenue between White Plains Road and Pugsley Avenue, opened the Clubhouse to the community to welcome new members and lined the street with family-friendly recreational activities, a stage for speakers and performances, and booths for community merchants and corporate supporters. The day’s highlights included the annual Memorial Run in honor of NYPD Deputy Chief Steven Bonano, a 9/11 first responder and Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club alumnus and supporter who died of a 9/11-related cancer in 2015. Kids and adults alike participated in a walk/run through the neighborhood, raising money for Kips Bay. We featured performances from our talented K-Company dancers and our newly re-formed Drum Corps, the Kips Bay Knights. Next year’s Day for Kids, to be held in September, promises to be just as exciting as we celebrate 50 years of making a difference for local youth in the Bronx.


1969-2019 in the Bronx

KIPS BAY CELEBRATES 50 YEARS IN THE BRONX This year, Kips Bay celebrates its 50th anniversary in the Bronx. When we came to the Bronx in 1969, we were based out of one site. We were introduced to a new neighborhood and a new community of young people. Over the years, we have become a familiar and respected name in the Bronx, known for providing local youth with opportunities and helping them succeed. We are proud of our accomplishments in these last 50 years. Most of all, we are proud of having provided so many young people with a second home where they felt valued, accepted and prepared for the future. We look forward to many more years of new partnerships and new initiatives in the Bronx. To commemorate this milestone, we will hold two major events this year, our 50th Anniversary Gala and the 16th Annual Day for Kids Festival & Steven Bonano Memorial 5K Run. Kips Bay was founded in 1915 in the Kips Bay neighborhood in Manhattan. Local citizens were concerned about unsupervised children and teenagers roaming through the neighborhood. The Kips Bay Neighborhood Association began offering sports and other activities to keep the local youngsters busy and off the streets. By the 1960s, the Kips Bay neighborhood was no longer a high-needs area – other parts of the city needed the help much more. In 1969, the Club relocated to the Southeast Bronx to meet the borough’s need for services to young people. We opened the Lucile Palmaro Clubhouse, our flagship site, at 1930 Randall Avenue in the East Bronx. The Palmaro Clubhouse was built in the middle of the Castle Hill community, a high-crime, high-poverty neighborhood where many local youngsters were deprived of enrichment. Few programs existed to keep young residents safe, supervised and active during afterschool hours and summer.

The Club provided these children with a new opportunity to learn life skills like swimming; pursue their talents in the arts, athletics; and academics; make friends in a safe setting; and become young leaders in their community. Kips Bay attracted the community’s children and teenagers and continued to grow to accommodate new members and more program offerings. In 1988, our name was formally changed to the Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club to reflect that we were serving girls as well as boys.

In 1976, we added our swimming pool and two new classrooms, and in 1984 we added an outdoor recreation area and a 9,000-squarefoot auditorium that became the home of our performing arts program. In 2000, we opened the Coudert Sports Complex, which includes an ice rink, basketball court, baseball field and air dome for indoor soccer and games. Now, once again, we are on the cusp of another major expansion project so that more children can attend Kips Bay. Our work and our partnerships with elected officials, city agencies and generous supporters have helped us expand our reach and strengthen our programming. We now have nine sites in the Bronx and Camp Sebago, located in Harriman State Park. We serve over 10,000 young people each year. We now have two Clubhouses, with the Frederic R. and Margaret Coudert Clubhouse having opened in 2010 to serve a new geographic area in the West Bronx. We offer a full range of enrichment and recreational programming, four school-based programs, two community centers located in public housing, and two H.E.L.P. sites in transitional housing for homeless families.

Some of our unique contributions over the years include: • Becoming one of the largest service providers of the city’s Summer Youth Employment Program, which trains local teenagers for the world of work • The development of a robust and prestigious performing arts program that has yielded well-known alumni like Kerry Washington and Jennifer Lopez • Providing services to children from homeless families through our H.E.L.P. sites • Our close relationship with the New York Design Center and the interior design industry, producing the one-of-a-kind Kips Bay Decorator Show Houses in New York and Palm Beach, Florida • Our new partnership with Astor Services for Children and Families, which will make mental health services part of our programming available to Club members


1915 Kips Bay is founded in the Kips Bay neighborhood of Manhattan, offering recreational activities to young boys in the neighborhood. 1969 Kips Bay relocates to the Bronx and opens the Lucile Palmaro Clubhouse. 1973 The Kips Bay Decorator Show House opens. 1976 & 1984 Kips Bay expands the Palmaro Clubhouse site to accommodate growing membership. 1998 Kips Bay begins offering services at H.E.L.P. sites to children from homeless families. 2000 The Coudert Sports Complex opens, with facilities for ice skating, baseball, basketball and soccer. 2005 Kips Bay opens two units in public housing — Castle Hill and Throggs Neck. 2006 Kips Bay acquires a renewable lease to Camp Sebago in Harriman, New York. 2010 Kips Bay opens the Frederic R. and Margaret Coudert Clubhouse in the West Bronx. 2015 Kips Bay celebrates 100 years of service to children. 2018 Kips Bay upgrades the Palmaro Clubhouse facilities, opening a newly repaired and refurbished ice rink and air dome. 2019 Kips Bay celebrates the 50th anniversary of its Bronx arrival. 2020 Kips Bay to open a learning kitchen at the Coudert Clubhouse, offering career-readiness and healthy cooking programming to Club members. Kips Bay to complete a major renovation/ expansion project at the Palmaro Clubhouse, enabling us to serve more young people.

All of this remains possible because of our many supporters and friends. As we reach the 50th anniversary of our arrival in the Bronx, we wish to thank all of you for investing in our children. Daniel Quintero, Executive Director


FUN FUNDRAISING EVENTS President’s Dinner In April, Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club hosted our annual President’s Dinner, a black-tie gala celebrating the design industry elite and 100+ years of service to children.

The Kips Bay Decorator Show House — New York Each year since 1973, The Kips Bay Decorator Show House has celebrated interior designers who transform a luxury Manhattan home into an elegant exhibition of fine furnishings, art and technology. Over the course of four and a half decades, this project has grown into a must-see event for thousands of design enthusiasts and is renowned for sparking interior design trends throughout the world. The Show House receives as many as 15,000 guests annually from across the nation. Since its inception, the Show House has raised over $22 million for Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club.


The Kips Bay Decorator Show House — Palm Beach On January 26, The Kips Bay Decorator Show House Palm Beach, a satellite of Manhattan’s Kips Bay Decorator Show House, was launched to benefit Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club and Boys & Girls Clubs of Palm Beach County. Twenty-plus designers transformed The Fountain House, a Mediterranean-style home situated along the Intracoastal Waterway in the highly desirable South of Southern neighborhood of West Palm Beach. The Show House received over 10,000 guests from across the nation, raising $500,000 for over 18,000 members of both Clubs. Taste of Design At the Ace Hotel in New York City, chefs and designers collaborated to serve gourmet tidbits at beautifully decorated stations. Taste of Design was organized by the Kips Bay Young Patrons Committee. Proceeds support Kips Bay Culinary Arts Program.

Golf Classic Tournament and Awards Reception Our 25th Annual Golf Classic Tournament was held at the Sleepy Hollow Country Club in Briarcliff Manor, New York, followed by an awards reception for the triumphant golfers and other donors. Over the last 25 years, this event has raised over $2 million to support program operations. The 12th Annual Evening at Yankee Stadium Guests enjoyed a buffet dinner in a luxury suite while watching the New York Yankees win against the Baltimore Orioles. This event has raised over $1 million in support of Kips Bay Athletics programs.


WE THANK OUR CORPORATE SPONSORS FOR THEIR GENEROUS SUPPORT Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club’s state-of-the-art facilities, trained and passionate staff, and nationally renowned programs encourage our young Club members to build confidence, strength and character. This safe and supportive environment would not be possible without the support of our corporate sponsors.


HOW YOU CAN HELP With your donation or time, you can join us in helping to change the life trajectory of tens of thousands of children and teens. Discover a variety of ways you can become part of the Kips Bay community by visiting kipsbay.org.

Restricted Gifts Donate to one or more specific Club programs or capital projects. Donate to Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club Reserve Fund. Pledges Make a commitment to donate a specific amount, which can be paid over a period of three to five years. Planned Gifts/Bequests Donate through a will or retirement account. These gifts include cash, securities, real estate and personal property. Charitable Remainder Annuity Trust Contribute assets to a charitable trust that pays an annuity designed to leave a portion of the funds to Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club upon termination of the annuity. Life Insurance Name Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club sole and irrevocable owner and beneficiary of a life insurance policy. The market value is deductible as a charitable gift. Securities Donate appreciated securities, either publicly traded or from a private company.

In Kind Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club welcomes a range of non-monetary gifts, including professional services, equipment and other tangible items.

For more information on the many ways you can donate, please contact:

Personal Property Donate land, rare books, antiques and other tangible items.

For more information on corporate sponsorship and the Young Patrons Committee, please contact:

Samantha Nottingham Director of Development samantha.nottingham@kipsbay.org

Corporate Sponsorship Partner with Kips Bay to help with programs and/or fundraising activities.

Nazira Handal Director of Special Events & Corporate Partnerships nazira.handal@kipsbay.org

Young Patrons Committee The Young Patrons Committee is comprised of young professionals. Join them to network and help plan fundraising activities.

For more information on volunteering or an application, please email: volunteer@kipsbay.org

Volunteer Your time and expertise make a personal difference for Kips Bay kids. Here are just some of the volunteer opportunities: • Mentoring • Tutoring • Performing Arts • Clubhouse Events • Sports



With an eye toward meeting the needs of a growing membership, Kips Bay increased total revenue in 2018, with gains in government grants and special events. Kips Bay continues to seek new sources of revenue to help our kids build confidence, strength and character.

TOTAL REVENUE: $9,345,446 26% SPECIAL EVENTS: $2,409,188 13% FOUNDATIONS: $1,176,086 6% CAMP FEES/OTHER SUPPORT: $574,323

50% GOVERNMENT GRANTS: $4,685,238

5% INDIVIDUALS: $460,219 <1% CORPORATIONS: $40,392


5% SENIOR CENTER: $419,279 3% CAMP: $279,418


76% PROGRAMS: $8,264,623

The accounts of Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club, Inc., for fiscal year 2018 have been audited by BKD, LLP, Certified Public Accountants. Audited financial statements are available upon request, including figures on investments and capital improvements. Annual operating deficits, if any, are addressed with transfers from Kips Bay reserve funds.



Angelo M. Monaco


James P. Druckman President

Mrs. Charles H. Mott

Daniel Quintero Executive Director

Debralee Nelson Vice President

Kathryn Prounis

Cynthia Coudert Vice President

Christopher Peacock H. Barry Robins David Scott

Scott A. Gress Vice President

Robert K. Smits

Curtis O. Minnis, Sr. Vice President

Sidney W. Witter

Loretta Ucelli

Nora Creedon Treasurer


Cynthia V.A. Schaffner Secretary

Mario P. Borini


Mrs. Henry Fownes

Joel Benenson Chip Brian

Samantha Nottingham Director of Development Nazira Handal Director of Special Events & Corporate Partnerships Yosef Korn Controller


Jamie Drake Montague H. Hackett, Jr.

Adolfo Carrión, Jr.

Ketty Pucci-Sisti Maisonrouge

Gary P. Crain

Arthur M. Rogers, Jr.

Elissa F. Cullman

Paul H. Ross

Elizabeth Dexter

Hon. Leslie Crocker Snyder

Jonathan Graham

John R. Suydam, Jr.‡

Susan Zises Green

Dr. Manuel A. Villafana

Gregory A. Hersch

Mrs. Manuel A. Villafana

Edward F. Kelly

Bunny Williams

‡ Deceased



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Susan Zises Green, Inc. — Susan Zises Green

Katie Ridder Inc.

New York City Department of Youth & Community Development

1st Dibs

Tufenkian Artisan Carpet


Loretta M. Ucelli

Lichten Craig Architecture + Interiors

AKDO Intertrade, Inc.

Vox Media, Inc.

Lindroth Design Group

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Architectural Digest

Charles Hayden Foundation

Arcways, Inc.

Cynthia Coudert & Brian Morris

Benenson Capital Partners, LLC

Hickory Chair Furniture Co.

Best & Company — Chip Brian

Kohler Co.

Blackman Plumbing Supply Co, Inc.

Charles H. & Anne Mott

Branca, Inc.

The Pinkerton Foundation

Christopher Spitzmiller, Inc.

Steve Tisch

Nora Creedon & Matthew Lentz Crowell & Moring LLP

Joseph & Linda Lopopolo FORTITUDE $3,000 - $9,999 Altice USA Meredith Aman AP Interiors Audio Command Systems, Inc. Danielle Barr Darius & Jill Bikoff Bilotta Kitchens of New York

Lucas Studio, Inc. Marcia Tucker Interiors Morvillo Abramowitz Grand Iason & Anello PC The New Yankee Stadium Community Benefits Fund, Inc. NYS Alliance of Boys & Girls Clubs Inc. Pfizer, Inc.

DILIGENCE $50,000 - $99,999

Ellie & Edgar Cullman, Jr. & Cullman & Kravis

AJ Madison

Richard & Maryanne Davis

Canard Inc.

Benjamin Moore

Roger & Carol Einiger

Carrier and Company Interiors, Ltd.

Bunny Williams Incorporated

Charlotte Moss, LLC

SPIRIT $1,000 - $2,999


Ferguson & Shamamian Architects, LLP

CIBC Atlantic Trust Private Wealth Management

Nick & Sylvia Albano

James P. & Nancy Druckman

Henry & Polly Fownes

Farrow & Ball, Ltd.

Geller & Company Gil Walsh Interiors, ASID

American Blue Ribbon Holdings

French American Aid for Children, Inc.

Clarkstown International Collision — Eugene Cortes

Hearst Corporation

GTL Construction, LLC — Angelo Monaco

Heritage Home Group New York Community Trust — Heisman Trophy Fund for Youth Development New York Yankees Foundation Orinoco Foundation Susan’s Jewelry ENDURANCE $25,000 - $49,999

Global Strategy Group

Incollect Kay Unger Family Foundation Edward F. & Janet Kelly Kravet Fabrics/Kravet Furniture, Inc. The Marc Haas Foundation Mark Hampton, LLC Markham Roberts, Inc. Meredith Corporation

Mario Borini — Mario P. & Bianca C. Borini Foundation, Inc.

Middleby Residential, Viking and LaCornue Products

Cambria Company Co.

Curtis O. & Eileen Minnis, Sr.

Crain and Ventolo Associates, Inc. — Gary P. Crain

Debralee Nelson & Christopher Grimm

DavosPharma — H. Barry Robins

The New Traditionalists

Elizabeth Dexter & David Rogers

Christopher Peacock

F. Schumacher & Co.

Philip Mitchell Design USA, Inc.

Georgia Hiden Charitable Foundation

Phillip Thomas, Inc.

Luxe Interiors + Design

PNC Foundation

Ketty P. & Francois J. Maisonrouge

Kathryn & Othon Prounis

Morgan Stanley Wealth Management Myers Auto Group, LLC New York Design Center, Inc. Phillips Lighting The Rug Company Robert K. Smits Washington Square Fund Sidney W. Witter


PNC Bank

PitCCh In Foundation Inc.

Ralph Lauren Home Brian Robins Ropes & Gray LLP Sasha Bikoff Interior Design LLC Savills Cynthia & Robert Schaffner School of Visual Arts David Scott Interiors — David Scott SilverLining, Inc. — Joshua Wiener St. Josephs School for the Deaf

Bradfield & Tobin

Clive Christian Community Foundation of New Jersey

Pierre Frey Daniel & Maribel Quintero

Aman & Meeks Jeremy Anderson The Arthur Loeb Foundation Atelier Viollet Co.

Compass Group

BA Torrey Interiors

Armand J. Del Medico

Bakes and Kropp

Design Galleria: A Matthew Quinn Company

Paul Baron von Urban

DG Capital Management

Kelly Behun

E. Braun & Co. of New York, Inc.

Bierly-Drake Associates

Eleish van Breems

Laura Bindloss

Ellen Kavanaugh Interiors


Eve Robinson Associates

Eulogio Bonano

Fairmont Insurance

Susan Bouma

FedEx Corporation

Brian del Toro Inc.

Florence Capital Advisors — Gregory A. Hersch

Bronx River Art Center, Inc.

Beauvais Carpet

Bob and Marianne Florio

Brown Harris Stevens — Wolf Jakuboski

William T. Georgis, Architect

N. Harrison Buck

GHP Media Inc.

Anthony Caravetta

The Giants Foundation Inc.

Ciuffo Cabinetry

Adolfo L. Gomez Jonathan & Jessica Graham

The Charles & Lucile King Foundation

Scott & Susan Gress

Cheryl Collin

Hearst Magazines

Thomas Connor

The Henry Laird Smith Foundation

Jonathan Corpina

IIMI, Inc.

Richard Mishaan Design

Elias Janetis

Robert A.M. Stern Architects

Janice Parker Landscape Architects

Arthur & Barbara Rogers

John B. Murray Architect, LLC

The Royal Poinciana Plaza

Barbara M. Jordan

William Ruvelson

Juan Montoya Design

SA Baxter Architectural Hardware Samuel & Sons

NEROUS DONORS Christopher Santomero


Barbara Newe

Toro Landscaping Service, Inc.

Scott Sanders LLC

Hyde Park Mouldings, Inc.

Nick Olsen Inc.

Virginia Tupker


J. Pocker & Sons Inc.

Nievera Williams Design

Uberto Construction

Lockhart Steele

Jean Karajian Gallery/Collection

One Kings Lane

UPS Foundation, Inc.

TD Bank

Jennifer Post Design

Orsini Design Associates, Inc.

Venture Technologies

TD Charitable Foundation

John L. McHugh Foundation

Nathan L. Orsman, Orsman Design

Kate Verner

Timothy Brown Studio

Timothy Johnson

Pappas Miron Design

Village Supermarket, Inc.

Chris Tomas


Parc Monceau, Ltd.

David Watkins

Maryan Tucker

K.E.B. Pest Control, LLC â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Edwin Beltran

Avani Parikh

Whitney Watson

Alyssa Kapito

Patricia & Michael Sovern Fund

Webster & Company Boston

Ani Kaplowitz

Charles Pavarini III & J. Randall Tarasuk for Pavarini Design

Wade Weissmann

Kate Singer Home, Ltd.

Penn & Fletcher, Inc.

Keep It Up, Inc.

Lourdes Perez-Berkeley

Steven and Jan Wysocki

Nancy Keet

Platinum Maintenance Services Corp.

UBS Financial Services Vincere, Ltd. Wesley Moon Inc. YMCA Retirement Fund Jonathan Young Laura Coruzzi Lindsay Creedon Crosby Street Studios Merrill Curtis Dan Fink Studio LLC David Kleinberg Design Associates David Netto Design LLC Dennis Miller Associates Design Within Reach Ann Ditmeier Kathleen M. Doyle Easton-Steinmeyer

Brad Kelly Cary & Lisa Kravet Erik Thorvilson & Katie Koch Mon Ling Landegger Caroline Lefrak Kim Lewis Memrie Lewis Lexus Linda London, Ltd. David Scott Lindsay Lisa Erdmann and Associates

Emily Eerdmans

The Litwin Foundation, Inc.

El Cid Historic Neighborhood Association

LOM Property Consulting Lone Pine Foundation, Inc.

Elizabeth Pash Antiques & Decoration

Marcello Alfredo Lucchetta

Fernando Wong Outdoor Living Design

Magness Design

Fidelis/Centercare Health Plans Florida Design, Inc. Foley & Cox Interiors Inc. G.P. Schafer III Architect, PLLC Jacobus Gauche Peter Genna Godwin, Inc. Gold Coast Metal Works, Inc. Philip & Lisa Gorrivan F. Cecil Grace Kevin Graves Antonia M. Grumbach Montague H. Hackett, Jr. Eric Hadar Barney & Julia Hallingby E. Ditte Trelle Hamadani Hampton Designer Showhouse Foundation Bonnie Haydon Barry Hayes Holly Hunt, Ltd.

Elizabeth T. Maass Gigi Mahon Malina Foundation, Inc.

Clare Potter Quadrille Fabrics Guido Rebosio Robert Brown Interior Design Robert Stillin LLC Crown Products â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Howard Rosenzweig Dominick Rotondi Rubenstein Family Charitable Fund Sacco Carpet Peter Sallick Robert and Barbara Sallick Dana Sandberg Scott Sanders Casey Sandler Sara Blank Design Studios Larry Savage Sawyer/Berson Architecture and Landscape Architecture, LLP

The Margaret M. Hill Foundation

Scott Salvator, Inc.

Mark D. Sikes Interior

Ayse Sengor

Paul Martin

Beverly Serral

May and Samuel Rudin Family Foundation Inc.

William P. Short, III

McCann Design Group McKinnon and Harris, Inc. Meehan Foundation Seton Melvin Merida Michael Herold Design Mission in Pink Inc. Gary & Marilyn Moyer Susan B. Nagle Naguy Naparstek Katherine Nedelkoff New York Little Elves, Inc.

Thomas Xenos

Matthew Pober

Andrew Maloney

Christopher Maya

White Webb, LLC

Silva Real Estate Dana Small Zdenko Solak George H. Sprance David Sprouls Thomas Stefanek Stefan Steil Steilish Interiors & Architecture Stephen Mooney Interiors Stern Projects, LLC The Stuart Foundation, Inc. Richard Talmadge Techni Clean Corporation Tommy Mitchell Company




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