K I P S B AY B O Y S & G I R L S C L U B 2006 ANNUAL REPORT &
IMAGES OF A DECADE
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B O Y S & G I R L S C L U B S o f A M E R I C A N AT I O N A L C O N F E R E N C E May 6, 2006
THANK YOU SO MUCH SUPER CHAMPION - $500,000-$1,000,000 Mr. & Mrs. Frederic R. Coudert
New York City Department of Youth & Community Development
CHAMPION - $300,000-$499,999 Boys & Girls Clubs of America
New York City Housing Authority
PLATINUM CIRCLE - $100,000-$299,999 The After-School Corporation – TASC Bloomberg L.P. Charles Hayden Foundation
New York City Department for the Aging NYS Alliance of Boys & Girls Clubs – OCFS The Pinkerton Foundation
Benjamin Moore & Co. Booth Ferris Foundation Carnegie Corporation of New York Cleveland H. Dodge Foundation
Electrolux French-American Aid for Children The Heckscher Foundation for Children HELP
Architectural Digest Brunschwig & Fils Gary Crain Extra Bases – Carlos Delgado
Merchandise Mart Properties New York Yankees Foundation Rose M. Badgeley Residuary Charitable Trust Starr Foundation
Ms. Sarah L. Boles The Charles & Lucille King Foundation Charlotte Moss Interior Citigroup Foundation Cynthia Coudert de Coizart Charitable Trust Mr. & Mrs. Daniel W. Dienst Mark Fabry
First Republic Bank Mr. & Mrs. Henry Fownes Frette GTL Construction, LLC Montague H. Hackett, Jr. IBM J.P. Morgan Chase The Lowerre Family Charitable Trust
Arts for Business Avery Boardman, Ltd Mr. & Mrs. Mario P. Borini Brooks Brothers Canard, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. W. Ward Carey Century Case Goods Coca Cola Bottling Company Commerce Bank Compushine, Inc. Melissa Condo East Side Entrees Mrs. Thomas Mellon Evans
Fairmont Insurance F. Schumacher & Company Mr. & Mrs. Brian E. Flaherty Ghostlight Records GOYA Foods Mr. & Mrs. Scott A. Gress International Union of Operating Engineers – Local 137 Katherine Newman Design Mr. Peter L. Keane Kenneth Alpert Association Lone Pine Foundation Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Curtis O. Minnis, Sr. Nancy P. Durr Living Trust
Albert Hadley Incorporated Baccarat, Inc. Ms. Susan Bang Ms. Jane Borthwick Ms. Merilee Bostock Mr. & Mrs. Brian Brille Ms. Yvonne K. Brown Mario Buatta Bunny Williams Incorporated Ms. Catherine Cahill Chris Madden, Inc. Citadel Security Agency Cote France Mr. William G. Craig Crown Trophy Bronx, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Roberto deGuardiola Dessins, Inc. Donghia Furniture/Textiles Ltd. Ms. Katherine M. Doyle Drake Design Associates Duce Construction Edward D. Lobrano Interior Design Fancelli Paneling Inc. Mrs. Jonathan Farkas Ferguson & Shamamian Archtitects Maureen Wilson Footer Alan Kenneth Gage Generoso Pope Foundation George D. Gould Greystone Home Collection Christopher Grimm Ms. Antonia M. Grumbach Jeffrey Pipes Guice Mr. & Mrs. John Heiman The Henry Laird Smith Foundation
Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence Herbert Gregory A. Hersch Holly Hunt Mr. & Mrs. Robert Hurst Mrs. Henry B. Hyde Jack Levy Designs James A. MacDonald Foundation Joel Allen Design Group John Roselli Antiques, Ltd K.E.B Pest Control, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. George S. Kaufman Dr. & Mrs. Douglas Knudson Kondylis Design and Costas Kondylis & Partners Kooyeung’s Corporation Bruce Koyner Kraft Hardware Kravet Fabrics/Kravet Furniture, Inc. Mrs. Stephanie Krieger Ronald Lawson Leon Lowenstein Foundation Litchten Craig Architects, L.L.P. Mr. & Mrs. Robert Lindgren Mr. Arthur Loeb LOM Property Consulting Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Luter Mrs. Susan Lynch Mr. & Mrs. David MacCallum Macklowe Management Mr. & Mrs. Francois Maisonrouge Frank Markoe, Jr. Metal Management, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Gary Moyer Lorrie Munoz Nancee Brown Interiors Nancy Corzine, Inc.
State of New York Food Program
GOLD CIRCLE - $50,000-$99,999 Mr. & Mrs. Charles H. Mott New York City Human Resources Philips Electronics North America William E. Simon Foundation
SILVER CIRCLE - $25,000-$49,999 Turn 2 Foundation – Derek Jeter Walker Zanger
BENEFACTORS - $10,000-$24,999 New York Design Center – James Druckman Mr. Paul H. Ross Seth Sprague Education & Charitable Fdt. Travel & Leisure – Ed Kelly Verizon Washington Square Fund
PATRONS - $3,000-$9,999 Debralee Nelson Pacifica Design Ltd. Piper Jaffray Primetime Plus, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Quintero Richard Mishaan Design The Robert Allen Group Robert Couturier Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Arthur M. Rogers, Jr. Sempra Metals Group Susan K. Gutfreund, Inc. Victory Capital
FRIENDS - $1,000-$2,999 Mr. & Mrs. John S.B. Oler P.L. Wire Tech, Inc. Peerless Importers, Inc. Prime Time Plus, Inc. Ms. Yvonne S. Quinn Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Quintero Mr. & Mrs. William Rayner Richard L. Ridge & Roderick Denault RM General Contractor Corp. Robert Passal, Inc. Ms. Carolyn Roehm Rowan Family Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Charles Royce Ms. Frances Schulz Arthur Shapiro Shelly Tile, Inc. James Alan Smith Matthew Patrick Smyth, Inc Hon. Leslie Crocker Snyder Southport Design, Ltd. Studio for Civil Architecture Mr. & Mrs. Herbert W. Swain Mr. Paul J. Taubman The H.O.P.E. for Youth Foundation Gerald Charles Tolomeo United Way of New York City Mr. & Mrs. Manuel A. Villafana Walmart Ms. Marilyn White White Webb LLC William T. Georgis, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. James Wilson
IMAGES OF A DECADE Honoring
Daniel Quintero Executive Director KIPS BAY BOYS & GIRLS CLUB On December 6, 1996 Daniel Quintero, who attended Kips Bay as a youngster in the 1970s, walked into the Lucile Palmaro Clubhouse for the first time as Executive Director. On December 6, 2006, Dan’s colleagues honored him at the flagship Palmaro Clubhouse for a remarkable 10 years of service. Mr. Quintero has led an institution—already acclaimed as one of
the premier Boys & Girls Clubs in the nation— during a remarkable era of mission growth: From four service locations and 5,559 Club Members in 1996, to 10 locations and more than 13,000 youngsters enrolled in 2006. Here are just a few images from Daniel Quintero’s first ten years as Chief Professional Officer of Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club.
Dan led the national movement to bring Boys & Girls Club services to homeless shelters. In 1998, Kips Bay began on-site programming at two HELP shelters. Here, in 2002, Bronx Borough President Adolfo Carrion (center) and Boys & Girls Clubs of America VP Glen Staron (far right) help inaugurate a Metlife Learning Center at HELP Crotona Park North.
Education for digital literacy became widely available throughout our programming locations during the decade.
Bronx Borough President Adolfo Carrion was in attendance for Dan’s 2004 announcement that a graffiti-covered abandoned building at 1835 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. will become our future West Bronx Clubhouse.
Power of the card! These residents from one of School District 8’s homeless shelters receive their membership cards during a special winter recess program called “Studio in the Bay.” Created in 1998, “Studio” continues in 2007, serving youngsters from a dozen shelters.
Fritz and Marge Coudert cut ribbon for the Frederic R. Coudert Sports Complex domed athletic field in 2002.
In November 2001, we honored our local 9/11 first responders and relatives with our emotional tribute at the Palmaro Clubhouse.
Andre Barrett, at 5’ 9”, was MVP in 20 Kips Bay basketball tournaments, excelled at Rice High School, starred at Seton Hall and currently plays in the NBA.
New York Yankees’ Bernie Williams visited often, stayed late, and graciously answered club members’ questions.
Youngsters examine marine life at Fritz and Marge Coudert’s annual summer outing to historic Oyster Bay.
Girl of the Year (in 1998) Maggie Velez (l.) welcomes Olympic Gold Medalist Tara Lipinski.
SCUBA is one of the many unique activities that Kips Bay has offered in its wide ranging youth-development curriculum.
In the weeks after 9/11 Dan Quintero held impromptu conversations with youngsters to help them comprehend the unimaginable.
Junior staff is both a teen program and a real salaried job. Here junior staffer Elizabeth Baez assists a youngster in the Homework Help program.
Alberto Cruz (l.) and Clarence Leggett pose on stage at the George Street Playhouse after a performance of “Twist” in 1996. Alberto had title role; Clarence played Yancy.
Lillian Quinones enjoys the Bronx’ only ice rink, part of the Frederic R. Coudert Sports Complex at the Palmaro Clubhouse.
K-Company, shown in 1999, delighted audiences from Washington State, to Canada, to Florida, to Puerto Rico to Bronx Street fairs.
In 1997, a youthful Derek Jeter signs auction items during a clubhouse visit. Jeter’s “Turn 2 Foundation” has supported us since 1996. (Dan looked younger then too.)
Joe Torre launched his “Safe at Home Foundation,” which fights domestic violence, at Kips Bay in 2005.
A sleeves-rolled-up Mayor Bloomberg, who has been very generous to Kips Bay, visited in 2005.
These youngsters, in summer 2006, were among the first to enjoy Camp Sebago, our 10th and newest service site.
New York Mets slugging first baseman Carlos Delgado reached out to us in 2006, and one day later gave us $25,000!
In 2000, Fritz Coudert (center) succeeded Arthur Rogers (right) as President.
Polly Fownes (right) and Sarah Woolworth are examples of the wonderful voluntary leadership that has sustained Kips Bay over generations.
(l. to r.) Paul Ross, Cynthia Coudert, Eileen and Curtis Minnis are a few of the reasons why our special events continue to provide a vital financial base for Kips Bayâ€™s mission growth in the past decade.
Manny Villafana (left), with Maribel Quintero, began his Kips Bay career at age 9 when he traveled from his house in the South Bronx to our last Manhattan clubhouse.
(l. to r.) Brian Flaherty, Judge Leslie Crocker Snyder, and Gary Crainâ€”more of the shoulders upon which the good work of Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club stands.
Recognizing accomplishment builds character and selfconfidence. Here Dan poses with 1997 Youth of the Year winners, Russell Johnson and Maggie Velez.
And the media came…but did not overly impress the young ladies of “The Bay.”
We thank you, our generous donors and friends, who make our mission possible.
Trustees Frederic R. Coudert, President Mrs. W. Ward Carey, Vice President Scott A. Gress, Vice President Montague H. Hackett, Jr., Vice President Mario P. Borini Cynthia Coudert Gary Crain Daniel W. Dienst James P. Druckman Mrs. Thomas M. Evans
Paul H. Ross, Vice President Jeffrey Pipes Guice, Vice President/Secretary Debralee Nelson, Vice President/Treasurer
Mark Fabry Brian E. Flaherty Mrs. Henry Fownes Gregory A. Hersch Ed Kelly Curtis O. Minnis, Sr.
Mrs. Charles H. Mott Barry Robins Arthur Shapiro Hon. Leslie Crocker Snyder
Honorary Trustees Mrs. E. Albert Berol Harry Hinson Peter L. Keane Arthur M. Rogers, Jr.
John T. Sargent Dennis Smith John R. Suydam, Jr. Mrs. Manuel A. Villafana
Manuel A. Villafana Mrs. John G. Winslow
Womenâ€™s Committee Mrs. Robert Lindgren, Chairman
Mrs. Michael Nash Ambler Mrs. Seymour W. Bernstein Miss Joyce L. Brennan Mrs. William J. Brennan, Jr. Mrs. W. Ward Carey Mrs. John W. Chappell Mrs. J. Robert Collins, Jr. Mrs. David Condo Mrs. Kathryn M. Deane-Krantz Ms. Patricia M. Denham Mrs. Patrick Duval Mrs. Thomas M. Evans Mrs. Jon J. Fields Mrs. Brian E. Flaherty Mrs. Henry Fownes Miss Mary B. Gallagher
Mrs. John L. McWilliams, IV, Vice-Chairman Mrs. Philip C. Gorrivan Susan Zises Green Mrs. Henry B. Hyde Mrs. Robert LaBadie Mrs. John L. Lesher, Jr. Mrs. J. Michael Loening Miss Carrie Long Ms. Stephanie Loomis Mrs. William B. MacRae Ketty Pucci-Sisti Maisonrouge Miss Elizabeth Ann Martell Mrs. Frederick W. Martens, Jr Ms. Miss Mayer Mrs. Neil A. McConnell Mrs. Juan Pablo Molyneux Mrs. Charles H. Mott Mrs. John S. B. Oler
Mrs. Ingrid Henrichsen Oâ€™Neill Ms. Kelly Piper Mrs. Joseph Sambuco Mrs. Robin Kramer Solomon Katherine Stephens Mrs. Timothy J. Stone Ms. Nancy A. Stratford-Jones Mrs. Michael J. Sullivan Mrs. Herbert W. Swain, Jr. Mrs. Leith Rutherfurd Talamo Ms. Stacy E. Waggoner Miss Allison P. Wagner Jeannette Warner-Goldstein Mrs. Rachel Etz Webster Marilyn White Ms. Jan Alane Wysocki
Board of Managers Scott Fowler, President Edwin Beltran, Vice-President Jonathan Williams, Treasurer Nick Albano
Fernando Brinn Eileen Cruz-Minnis Milton Freire Kevin G. Graves, Esq.
Ronald Lawson Curtis O. Minnis, Sr. Jim Stone
Senior Staff Daniel Quintero, Executive Director Yvonne K. Brown, Operations Director Andrew McFall, Deputy Operations Director Harold Maldonado, Senior Director of Program Development Yolanda Brisbane, Senior Program Director Jose Rodriguez, Director of Community Based Sites
Tony Santiago, Foundation & Gov. Director Jennifer Skoda, Special Events Director Yvette St. Just, Office Manager Robert K. Smits, Legal Counsel (pro bono)
SUMMARY OF INCOME AND EXPENSES FOR YEAR ENDED SEPTEMBER 30, 2006 I NCOME S OURCES
R EVENUE : SPECIAL EVENTS: GOVERNMENT GRANTS: FOUNDATIONS: INDIVIDUALS: RENTALS, INTEREST, DIVIDENDS: CAMP FEES AND OTHER SUPPORT: CORPORATIONS:
$1,620,727 2,627,945 984,735 634,877 278,852 510,860 325,062
7% Camp Fees & Other
4% Rentals, Interest & Dividends
23% Special Events
14% Foundations 38% Government Grants
P ROGRAM S ERVICE E XPENSES
E XPENSES : EDUCATION: CAREER AND CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT: SPORTS, FITNESS & HEALTH: SOCIAL RECREATION & THE ARTS: CAMP: SENIOR CENTER:
3,263,606 974,843 412,248 597,749 405,609 279,145
5% Senior Center
10% Social Recreation & the Arts 7% Sports, Fitness & Health
16% Career & Character Development
E XPENSE D ISTRIBUTION
S UPPORTING S ERVICES :
ADMINISTRATION: FUNDRAISING AND PUBLIC RELATIONS: TOTAL SUPPORTING SERVICES:
788,561 1,067,373 1,855,934
ENDING NET ASSET BALANCE:
14% Fundraising & Public Relations
The accounts of Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club Inc. for fiscal year 2006 have been examined by Loeb & Troper, L.L.P., Certified Public Accountants. Detailed figures are available upon request including figures on Investments and Capital Improvements. Annual operating deficits, if any, are addressed with transfers from endowment resources. Debralee Nelson, Treasurer
76% Program Services
Won’t you give a young person Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club for a year?
(l. to r.) Denise St. Just, Daniel Quintero, Nelson Gerena.
Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club remains a bargain. Approximately $600 gives Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club to a youngster for one year. We’ll do our best to help them to flourish and become leaders, as Denise St. Just and Nelson Gerena have done. Nelson, our 2003 Youth of the Year, is a third year honors student in finance at Baruch College, while working part time at Standard & Poor’s. Denise is close to the top of her class at the elite CUNY Honors College, and a Mellon Fellow who plans a career in public-service law.
Help us build the future. PLEASE CALL ME Daniel Quintero 718-893-8600 ext. 240 firstname.lastname@example.org