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every year our campers are climbing higher.

Roundup River Ranch P. O. Box 8589 Avon, CO 81620-8589 One of campers said it best: “Hope is Roundup river Ranch”. You, our loyal supporters, biggest cheerleaders, and dedicated volunteers, make hope possible, We can’t thank you enough for your all that you do for our campers and their families.

And you make it all happen.

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A Look Back and A Look Ahead: Annual Report

As we reflect back on 2014 and look forward to our 2015 camp season, we are proud to celebrate your contributions to Roundup River Ranch. These are exciting times of growth and success at Roundup River Ranch and we want to spread and share the joy of camp with you. We are forever grateful for the generosity of friends like you who embrace and support our campers and their families.


We are not an ordinary camp experience. And perhaps what is most extraordinary about us is this: We make kids with serious illnesses feel like ordinary kids. Giggling, laughing, conspiring, art-making, arrow-shooting, horseback-riding kids. That is both exhilarating and healing. Eye-opening and inspiring. Ordinary. And extraordinary. We are Roundup River Ranch. And we have a remarkable story to tell. A story made possible by you.

Our Mission: Roundup River Ranch enriches the lives of children with serious illnesses and their families by offering free, medically-supported camp programs that provide unforgettable opportunities to discover joy, friendships, and confidence.

Welcome 3 Celebrating SeriousFun

5-6

An Important 7-8 Part of Healing By the Numbers and Financials

9-10

Taking a Break from Being a Patient

The Heart of Camp

13-14

15-16

Big Things Happening at Camp

17-18

Donor Listing and Recognition

17-24 Our Generous Donors

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We are not an ordinary camp experience. And perhaps what is most extraordinary about us is this: We make kids with serious illnesses feel like ordinary kids. Giggling, laughing, conspiring, art-making, arrow-shooting, horseback-riding kids. That is both exhilarating and healing. Eye-opening and inspiring. Ordinary. And extraordinary. We are Roundup River Ranch. And we have a remarkable story to tell. A story made possible by you.

Our Mission: Roundup River Ranch enriches the lives of children with serious illnesses and their families by offering free, medically-supported camp programs that provide unforgettable opportunities to discover joy, friendships, and confidence.

Welcome 3 Celebrating SeriousFun

5-6

An Important 7-8 Part of Healing By the Numbers and Financials

9-10

Taking a Break from Being a Patient

The Heart of Camp

13-14

15-16

Big Things Happening at Camp

17-18

Donor Listing and Recognition

17-24 Our Generous Donors

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we’re celebratinG You! Dear Friends and Supporters, Unbridled fun. Uninhibited kids. Unbelievable acceptance and love. That’s what you make possible at Roundup River Ranch. Our 2015 Camp Season is themed “Celebrate U” and we’ll be celebrating what makes each of our campers unique and special. So, as we reflect on 2014 and look forward to 2015, we celebrate YOU, our extraordinary supporters, friends, volunteers, advocates, and camp family. You are the ones who make it possible for kids with serious illnesses to experience worry-free, giggle-infused, friendship-rich time surrounded by incredible love and support and world-class medical care. We are amazed and humbled by your commitment to Roundup River Ranch – you fully believe in the power of camp and you go to great lengths to ensure campers and families enjoy a positive, life-enriching experience at Roundup River Ranch that is always free of charge. Through your support of Camp, you help fund pure joy; you make a difference to each and every camper we serve. During our 2014 camp season, you helped give 721 campers an experience they’ll never forget. In the upcoming camp season, an estimated 1020 campers will have their lives enriched by the healing power of camp. Each of these campers will have an opportunity to feel at home and at ease with themselves like nowhere else. You help campers take a true vacation from being “a patient” so they can get back to the fun of being a kid. You inspire the healing power of laughter. You provide a unique opportunity for children with serious illnesses to meet others who share a similar journey and form lasting friendships. And, you help children and families discover the courage to try new things and simply bask in the happy “ordinary” fun of childhood. Without you, camp simply wouldn’t be possible. Our Celebrate U camp season will be bigger and better than ever. We invite you to join in the celebrations as we discover what the 2015 camp season has in store for us. We know one thing is certain – there will be endless laughter, fun, love, and acceptance. So, on behalf of every camper who conquered his or her fear of heights or rode a horse for the first time or spent hours in the Art Yurt or laid on the ground and counted stars with a new friend, we say, “Thank you, thank you, thank you!” With gratitude,

Lia Gore, MD

Ruth B. Johnson, JD

Chair, Roundup River Ranch

President & CEO,

Board of Directors

Roundup River Ranch

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we’re celebratinG You! Dear Friends and Supporters, Unbridled fun. Uninhibited kids. Unbelievable acceptance and love. That’s what you make possible at Roundup River Ranch. Our 2015 Camp Season is themed “Celebrate U” and we’ll be celebrating what makes each of our campers unique and special. So, as we reflect on 2014 and look forward to 2015, we celebrate YOU, our extraordinary supporters, friends, volunteers, advocates, and camp family. You are the ones who make it possible for kids with serious illnesses to experience worry-free, giggle-infused, friendship-rich time surrounded by incredible love and support and world-class medical care. We are amazed and humbled by your commitment to Roundup River Ranch – you fully believe in the power of camp and you go to great lengths to ensure campers and families enjoy a positive, life-enriching experience at Roundup River Ranch that is always free of charge. Through your support of Camp, you help fund pure joy; you make a difference to each and every camper we serve. During our 2014 camp season, you helped give 721 campers an experience they’ll never forget. In the upcoming camp season, an estimated 1020 campers will have their lives enriched by the healing power of camp. Each of these campers will have an opportunity to feel at home and at ease with themselves like nowhere else. You help campers take a true vacation from being “a patient” so they can get back to the fun of being a kid. You inspire the healing power of laughter. You provide a unique opportunity for children with serious illnesses to meet others who share a similar journey and form lasting friendships. And, you help children and families discover the courage to try new things and simply bask in the happy “ordinary” fun of childhood. Without you, camp simply wouldn’t be possible. Our Celebrate U camp season will be bigger and better than ever. We invite you to join in the celebrations as we discover what the 2015 camp season has in store for us. We know one thing is certain – there will be endless laughter, fun, love, and acceptance. So, on behalf of every camper who conquered his or her fear of heights or rode a horse for the first time or spent hours in the Art Yurt or laid on the ground and counted stars with a new friend, we say, “Thank you, thank you, thank you!” With gratitude,

Lia Gore, MD

Ruth B. Johnson, JD

Chair, Roundup River Ranch

President & CEO,

Board of Directors

Roundup River Ranch

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celebrating paul newman’s legacy!

Let’s Talk about fun- seriousfun Roundup River Ranch is proud to be a part of the SeriousFun Children’s Network, a global family of innovative camps and camp programs that help inspire children and families to reach beyond their illness and discover joy, confidence, and a new world of possibilities, always free of charge. While each camp is a separate 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization responsible for its own governance and fundraising, we are all committed to the power camp has in the life of a child with a serious illness. What began with a single camp in 1988 has spread to a worldwide movement of inspiring laughter, fun, self-confidence, and more. We invite you to learn about the impact SeriousFun Camps and Programs had in the lives of the children and families served during the 2014 camp season and beyond.

This year, Roundup River Ranch and SeriousFun Children’s Network are celebrating a very special milestone – we are celebrating the legacy of Paul Newman, founder of SeriousFun Children’s Network, during what would have been his 90th birthday. Paul had a remarkable vision to create a network of camps for kids with serious illnesses a place where, according to him, they could “kick, back, relax, and raise a little hell.”

To learn more about SeriousFun or other camps around the world, please visit www.SeriousFunNetwork.org.

We invite you to explore how you can Give a Moment of SeriousFun to honor Paul’s legacy and infectious generosity: • Give a donation in honor or your birthday • Make a monthly gift • Purchase Ben & Jerry’s “The Tonight Dough” ice cream. A portion of proceeds will benefit SeriousFun.

The information below represents the campers the SeriousFun Network has touched since 1988.

600,000

163,00o superheroes have volunteered

children and families served

390,000

children served

75,000+

The number of individuals served each year

116,00o

donors in 2014 alone

1,000,000 +

$83,000,ooo

The cost that a child pays to attend any seriousfun camp

donated across the network in 2014

$0

The number of smiles seen during one camp session at any of the seriousfun camps

“I have heard it said, that you can leave camp, but camp never really leaves you.” - Paul Newman 5 Roundup River Ranch 2014 Annual Report

We are proud to continue Paul Newman’s legacy in the greater Rocky Mountain region and we hope you’ll join us in this special celebration. Please visit us online to learn more.

A Family Dancing Together Is Healing Together

At Roundup River Ranch, there’s no age limit on silliness, laughter, or needing a break from the real world. That’s why Family Camp is a key tenet in our programmatic offerings. Thanks to your generosity, families are supported with love and empathy as they relish the unique opportunity to escape the stress of their child’s medical condition and connect with others who are on a similar journey. We love knowing that a family dancing together is a family that is also healing together. We’d like to introduce you to one of our amazing families, the Troop Family, who has attended Roundup River Ranch’s Family Camp for children with life-threatening dermatologic disorders for the past two years. Four of their six children in the Troop family cope with “E.B.” or Epidermolysis Bullosa, a serious disorder that causes the skin and mucosal membranes to become fragile and easily injured. There are many things they can’t do and spend most of the summer inside. Son Zack’s care alone takes about three hours a day. Troop Family Mom Kadee said, “It’s hard to watch four kids be sick and struggle with their health and fight to find normalcy. It’s hard as a parent to watch that. My healthy kids sacrifice a lot for their brothers and sisters. And that’s what I LOVE about Roundup River Ranch – It accommodates ALL of my kids – not just my special needs kids, not just my healthy kids, but all of them. It’s an amazing life to live with these kids. Their strength and how willing they are to take what they’ve been given and make the best of it.” Kadee also appreciates the opportunity to connect with other parents whose children have similar diagnoses. She said, “…it’s always amazing to me to look in the eye of another parent at camp and see that they understand me. It makes for some really special moments. It’s so special to be able to come to camp. It’s something we wouldn’t be able to afford on our own. It makes me feel like we live on a pretty amazing planet to have so many people who are willing to give so much.” Thank you for giving so many families like the Troops the time to focus on the joy of being together and creating cherished memories, as they meet others who understand. To learn more about the Troop Family, visit www.YouTube.com/RoundupRiverRanch and check out a video highlighting their experience at Family Camp. Roundup River Ranch 2014 Annual Report

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celebrating paul newman’s legacy!

Let’s Talk about fun- seriousfun Roundup River Ranch is proud to be a part of the SeriousFun Children’s Network, a global family of innovative camps and camp programs that help inspire children and families to reach beyond their illness and discover joy, confidence, and a new world of possibilities, always free of charge. While each camp is a separate 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization responsible for its own governance and fundraising, we are all committed to the power camp has in the life of a child with a serious illness. What began with a single camp in 1988 has spread to a worldwide movement of inspiring laughter, fun, self-confidence, and more. We invite you to learn about the impact SeriousFun Camps and Programs had in the lives of the children and families served during the 2014 camp season and beyond.

This year, Roundup River Ranch and SeriousFun Children’s Network are celebrating a very special milestone – we are celebrating the legacy of Paul Newman, founder of SeriousFun Children’s Network, during what would have been his 90th birthday. Paul had a remarkable vision to create a network of camps for kids with serious illnesses a place where, according to him, they could “kick, back, relax, and raise a little hell.”

To learn more about SeriousFun or other camps around the world, please visit www.SeriousFunNetwork.org.

We invite you to explore how you can Give a Moment of SeriousFun to honor Paul’s legacy and infectious generosity: • Give a donation in honor or your birthday • Make a monthly gift • Purchase Ben & Jerry’s “The Tonight Dough” ice cream. A portion of proceeds will benefit SeriousFun.

The information below represents the campers the SeriousFun Network has touched since 1988.

600,000

163,00o superheroes have volunteered

children and families served

390,000

children served

75,000+

The number of individuals served each year

116,00o

donors in 2014 alone

1,000,000 +

$83,000,ooo

The cost that a child pays to attend any seriousfun camp

donated across the network in 2014

$0

The number of smiles seen during one camp session at any of the seriousfun camps

“I have heard it said, that you can leave camp, but camp never really leaves you.” - Paul Newman 5 Roundup River Ranch 2014 Annual Report

We are proud to continue Paul Newman’s legacy in the greater Rocky Mountain region and we hope you’ll join us in this special celebration. Please visit us online to learn more.

A Family Dancing Together Is Healing Together

At Roundup River Ranch, there’s no age limit on silliness, laughter, or needing a break from the real world. That’s why Family Camp is a key tenet in our programmatic offerings. Thanks to your generosity, families are supported with love and empathy as they relish the unique opportunity to escape the stress of their child’s medical condition and connect with others who are on a similar journey. We love knowing that a family dancing together is a family that is also healing together. We’d like to introduce you to one of our amazing families, the Troop Family, who has attended Roundup River Ranch’s Family Camp for children with life-threatening dermatologic disorders for the past two years. Four of their six children in the Troop family cope with “E.B.” or Epidermolysis Bullosa, a serious disorder that causes the skin and mucosal membranes to become fragile and easily injured. There are many things they can’t do and spend most of the summer inside. Son Zack’s care alone takes about three hours a day. Troop Family Mom Kadee said, “It’s hard to watch four kids be sick and struggle with their health and fight to find normalcy. It’s hard as a parent to watch that. My healthy kids sacrifice a lot for their brothers and sisters. And that’s what I LOVE about Roundup River Ranch – It accommodates ALL of my kids – not just my special needs kids, not just my healthy kids, but all of them. It’s an amazing life to live with these kids. Their strength and how willing they are to take what they’ve been given and make the best of it.” Kadee also appreciates the opportunity to connect with other parents whose children have similar diagnoses. She said, “…it’s always amazing to me to look in the eye of another parent at camp and see that they understand me. It makes for some really special moments. It’s so special to be able to come to camp. It’s something we wouldn’t be able to afford on our own. It makes me feel like we live on a pretty amazing planet to have so many people who are willing to give so much.” Thank you for giving so many families like the Troops the time to focus on the joy of being together and creating cherished memories, as they meet others who understand. To learn more about the Troop Family, visit www.YouTube.com/RoundupRiverRanch and check out a video highlighting their experience at Family Camp. Roundup River Ranch 2014 Annual Report

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more than jus

What the experts at Yale University life-changing impact of Se

Understanding the impact and positive changes the SeriousFun camps have on campers and their families is critical to ensuring we deliver the best possible experiences while the campers attend camp and that their newly developed skills last long beyond camp. Through a multi-year collaboration with Yale Child Center Study, over 645 families from SeriousFun Camps around the globe completed pre- and post-camp surveys to reveal the impact of camp in the lives of children with serious illnesses. Researchers have determined that what is relevant at one camp is relevant across camps based on the best practices and rigorous criteria set across the Network. The results supported what we have known anecdotally for years – camp is more than just serious fun. The benefits of camp are lasting and real. We are proud to share the key data findings from the 2014-2015 Outcomes Evaluation Study with you. These results will be used to inform and strengthen our camp programming. Campers demonstrated significant positive changes, including increased confidence, self-esteem and social skills one month after camp.

Changes in Children Noticed by their Families Following Camp: 77% 79%

79% 79%

of parents reported noticing an increase in their child’s confidence

reported an increase in self-esteem

74% 79%

reported an increase in independence

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75% 79%

reported an increase in maturity

80% 79%

reported an openness to try new things


st Seriousfun

y School of Medicine say about the riousFun camp experiences. Impact on Camper Resilience:

Parents were asked to rate variables of social support related to resilience. A key variable that improved one month after camp was Relationship Skills. Improvement with these skills contributed to increases in many positive correlated outcomes including:

Attitude toward medical professionals

Attitude toward taking medication

Pro-social and passive coping skills

Comfort with making friends

“After the first time Ryan attended camp, he came home happier than I have ever seen him. He was happy and self-confident. He conquered some fears and found new passion in archery. After camp, he went from never talking about his illness to telling lots of people and serving as a spokesman of sorts for his condition. His leadership and confidence soared. I was afraid that the second year could not compare to that almost magical first year. I was wrong. The second year he proclaimed was even better! Roundup River Ranch has truly been a life-changer for Ryan.� -A Camper Parent

Adaptability

About Yale Child Study Center The Child Study Center is a department at Yale University School of Medicine which brings together multiple disciplines to further the understanding of the problems of children and families. Among the many disciplines are child psychiatry, pediatrics, genetics, neurobiology, epidemiology, psychology, nursing, social work and social policy. The mission of the Center is to understand child development, social, behavioral, and emotional adjustment, and psychiatric disorders and to help children and families in need of care. Roundup River Ranch 2014 Annual Report 8


Camp by the numbers

looking Illness ahead Groups Served

*Total Served in FY2014 (November 1, 2013 - October 31, 2014)

Total Campers

721

336

6

Summer Camp Campers *

385

the number of Summer Camp sessions we will hold in 2015

Family Camp Campers*

8

The number of Family Camp sessions we will hold in 2015

68

children Served from 13 states WITH 31 different diagnoses.

1,020

Bullseyes at archery

216

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Financial information for FY2014 (November 1, 2013 through October 31, 2014*)

Revenue Organizations and Clubs Endowment Gifts In-Kind Contributions Corporations Foundations Special Events

$8,245 $25,000 $296,272 $350,163 $417,655 $834,459 $509,625

Other

430

-A Camper Parent

financial Information

the number of campers we will serve in 2015

fish caught and released in our lake

“Roundup River Ranch really gave my daughter a chance to see medical staff as people, rather than someone who is only there to make life difficult.”

“I want every kid to be able to keep a little bit of camp inside them all year. Kids need medicine to heal their illnesses but they need camp to heal their soul.” – Dr. Lia Gore

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The average number of campers who will attend each session

19 different categories and over 31 different diagnoses: • GI disorders • Acquired heart disease • Acquired Immunodeficiency • Juvenile diabetes • Kidney disease • Asthma (including peritoneal dialysis) • Bone marrow transplant • Kidney transplant • Brain tumors • Liver disease • Cancer • Liver transplant • Cardiac transplant • Lung disease • Congenital heart disease • Neurological disorders • Craniofacial Anomalies • Sickle cell disease • Dermatologic disorders

$2,097,353

Individual Total $4,538,772

Expenses

$2,580,193

Program Services Management and General Fundraising

$281,194 $516,719 Total $3,338,106

*Please note: The expenses above are based on Roundup River Ranch’s Fiscal Year 2014 IRS Form 990, and the revenue above is based on Roundup River Ranch’s 2014 Audited Financial Statement Roundup River Ranch 2014 Annual Report

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Camp by the numbers

looking Illness ahead Groups Served

*Total Served in FY2014 (November 1, 2013 - October 31, 2014)

Total Campers

721

336

6

Summer Camp Campers *

385

the number of Summer Camp sessions we will hold in 2015

Family Camp Campers*

8

The number of Family Camp sessions we will hold in 2015

68

children Served from 13 states WITH 31 different diagnoses.

1,020

Bullseyes at archery

216

life-changing Candle Chats 9 Roundup River Ranch 2014 Annual Report

Financial information for FY2014 (November 1, 2013 through October 31, 2014*)

Revenue Organizations and Clubs Endowment Gifts In-Kind Contributions Corporations Foundations Special Events

$8,245 $25,000 $296,272 $350,163 $417,655 $834,459 $509,625

Other

430

-A Camper Parent

financial Information

the number of campers we will serve in 2015

fish caught and released in our lake

“Roundup River Ranch really gave my daughter a chance to see medical staff as people, rather than someone who is only there to make life difficult.”

“I want every kid to be able to keep a little bit of camp inside them all year. Kids need medicine to heal their illnesses but they need camp to heal their soul.” – Dr. Lia Gore

141

up ved r e s s meal khouse Coo ent’s

1 1 8 , 9 1 r in T

The average number of campers who will attend each session

19 different categories and over 31 different diagnoses: • GI disorders • Acquired heart disease • Acquired Immunodeficiency • Juvenile diabetes • Kidney disease • Asthma (including peritoneal dialysis) • Bone marrow transplant • Kidney transplant • Brain tumors • Liver disease • Cancer • Liver transplant • Cardiac transplant • Lung disease • Congenital heart disease • Neurological disorders • Craniofacial Anomalies • Sickle cell disease • Dermatologic disorders

$2,097,353

Individual Total $4,538,772

Expenses

$2,580,193

Program Services Management and General Fundraising

$281,194 $516,719 Total $3,338,106

*Please note: The expenses above are based on Roundup River Ranch’s Fiscal Year 2014 IRS Form 990, and the revenue above is based on Roundup River Ranch’s 2014 Audited Financial Statement Roundup River Ranch 2014 Annual Report

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“This has been the most amazing day of my life.”

“Camp fee “Every child I meet

“I never take a camp smile for granted.”

“I hit the bullseye on my first try.”

“I am s

“My friends from camp are like my family.” “My heart is healed here, and I’m just a volunteer.”

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els like coming home.” here changes my life.” “7-year-olds can be very brave.”

per’s ”

“I was scared to come. Now I don’t want to ever leave.”

strong.”

“Jokes are funnier when you simply be me.” tell them by candlelight.”

nging my ver.” “I

one.”

“This is my happy, happy, happy place.”

found strength to battle my illness.” Roundup River Ranch 2014 Annual Report

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SUPERHEROES ARE EVERYWHERE

You’re one of them. You helped campers take a break from being a “patient” to get back to the fun of being a child. We invite you to learn more about what happens at camp.

A day in the life of a camper

7:30 a.m. Early Elk – Early rising campers kickoff the day with an optional camp activity. From yoga to fishing and other recreational activities, there’s no better way to start the day. 8:15 a.m. Best Day Ever – Every day at Roundup River Ranch is the best day ever! A silly celebration of camp, a fun-filled weather report, and more kick off the Best Day Ever! 8:30 a.m. Breakfast – The most important meal of the day, often served with sides of bacon - one of our campers’ favorite foods and dancing. 9:15 a.m. Cabin Cleanup - Every morning the cleanest cabin wins the Dirt-Free Donkey award! 10:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. ACTIVITIES!! – Campers rotate through two activity blocks and enjoy art, the challenge course, Odyssey of the Mind, fishing, nature, discovery, equestrian, and more! 12:30 p.m. Lunch – After a fun-filled morning of activities, it’s time to groove for your food, refuel, and share stories. And then there’s more dancing and repeat-after-me songs.

THE PROGRAMS YOU MAKE POSSIBLE SUMMER CAMP

Freedom. Laughter. Fun. Success. Home. Learning New Things. Friendship. Best Week Ever. I Never Wanted to Leave. These are all phrases that Roundup River Ranch campers have used to describe Summer Camp. Roundup River Ranch’s Summer Camp provides an experience that encourages children with serious illnesses to build self-confidence and discover the courage to try things they never thought they could do. It’s an opportunity for children who are often defined by their illness or condition to enjoy a week of freedom and fun. Roundup River Ranch campers create a community with others who understand their medical journey; where stories are shared with those who have had similar experiences, forming a special community of friends that lasts beyond their time at camp. Each Summer Camp session serves approximately 68 children between the ages of seven and 17.

FAMILY CAMP

During Roundup River Ranch Family Camp session, it’s not uncommon to see children cheering for their parents as they nervously climb to the top of the climbing wall or mom and dad donning silly costumes at Carnival Night; nor is it uncommon to see families connecting with each other, laughing, smiling, and remembering how much fun they have together as a family as they leave the worries of illness behind. Family Camp offers children ages 17 and younger with a serious illness and their immediate family members respite from illness and an opportunity to meet other families with similar experiences. Each Family Camp session serves approximately 18 families over a three-day weekend session.

CAMP FUN THROUGHOUT THE YEAR

Roundup River Ranch also offers a variety of off-site camp programs that continue the spirit of camp throughout the year. They include camper reunions, parties, and other camp programs. No matter the format of the event, one thing is certain – campers experience the extraordinary joy and fun of Roundup River Ranch wherever they are. 13 Roundup River Ranch 2014 Annual Report

1:30 p.m. Feet Off Floor Time – Having fun at camp is hard work. Campers enjoy rest time in the middle day to recharge as they prepare for a busy afternoon of camp fun. 2:45 p.m. ACTIVITIES!! – Because activities in the morning aren’t enough, there are even more activities offered in the afternoon. From rotating to the activity areas or participating in an all-camp activity like Silly Olympics, imagine lots of messy, silly, crazy, wacky, and paint-filled festivities. 5:00 p.m. Cabin Time – Some of the best time is spent in the cabin sharing stories from the day, playing games, dancing, and enjoying new friends before dinner and evening activities. 6:00 p.m. Dinner – Can you say No-Hands Spaghetti Dinner? Utensils are sometimes optional at dinner as entire meals are eaten without hands. And, of course, dinner is followed by dancing, dancing, and more dancing! 7:15 p.m. Evening Activity – From Cabin Night to the ever popular Stage Night, campfire, and more, evening activities provide yet another opportunity for more fun either as a cabin or an entire camp. 8:15 p.m. Candle Chat – Following a day of busy activities, it’s time for reflection in a safe, respectful environment. Candle Chat provides a special opportunity to share and reflect, helping campers recognize their strength and the commonality they share with others. 10:00 p.m. Lights Out – Bed time! Lots of rest is needed to prepare for another fun and exciting day at camp.

Join us this season for a tour! Please contact Steve at 970.748.9983 extension 3 or at Steve@RoundupRiverRanch.org Roundup River Ranch 2014 Annual Report

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SUPERHEROES ARE EVERYWHERE

You’re one of them. You helped campers take a break from being a “patient” to get back to the fun of being a child. We invite you to learn more about what happens at camp.

A day in the life of a camper

7:30 a.m. Early Elk – Early rising campers kickoff the day with an optional camp activity. From yoga to fishing and other recreational activities, there’s no better way to start the day. 8:15 a.m. Best Day Ever – Every day at Roundup River Ranch is the best day ever! A silly celebration of camp, a fun-filled weather report, and more kick off the Best Day Ever! 8:30 a.m. Breakfast – The most important meal of the day, often served with sides of bacon - one of our campers’ favorite foods and dancing. 9:15 a.m. Cabin Cleanup - Every morning the cleanest cabin wins the Dirt-Free Donkey award! 10:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. ACTIVITIES!! – Campers rotate through two activity blocks and enjoy art, the challenge course, Odyssey of the Mind, fishing, nature, discovery, equestrian, and more! 12:30 p.m. Lunch – After a fun-filled morning of activities, it’s time to groove for your food, refuel, and share stories. And then there’s more dancing and repeat-after-me songs.

THE PROGRAMS YOU MAKE POSSIBLE SUMMER CAMP

Freedom. Laughter. Fun. Success. Home. Learning New Things. Friendship. Best Week Ever. I Never Wanted to Leave. These are all phrases that Roundup River Ranch campers have used to describe Summer Camp. Roundup River Ranch’s Summer Camp provides an experience that encourages children with serious illnesses to build self-confidence and discover the courage to try things they never thought they could do. It’s an opportunity for children who are often defined by their illness or condition to enjoy a week of freedom and fun. Roundup River Ranch campers create a community with others who understand their medical journey; where stories are shared with those who have had similar experiences, forming a special community of friends that lasts beyond their time at camp. Each Summer Camp session serves approximately 68 children between the ages of seven and 17.

FAMILY CAMP

During Roundup River Ranch Family Camp session, it’s not uncommon to see children cheering for their parents as they nervously climb to the top of the climbing wall or mom and dad donning silly costumes at Carnival Night; nor is it uncommon to see families connecting with each other, laughing, smiling, and remembering how much fun they have together as a family as they leave the worries of illness behind. Family Camp offers children ages 17 and younger with a serious illness and their immediate family members respite from illness and an opportunity to meet other families with similar experiences. Each Family Camp session serves approximately 18 families over a three-day weekend session.

CAMP FUN THROUGHOUT THE YEAR

Roundup River Ranch also offers a variety of off-site camp programs that continue the spirit of camp throughout the year. They include camper reunions, parties, and other camp programs. No matter the format of the event, one thing is certain – campers experience the extraordinary joy and fun of Roundup River Ranch wherever they are. 13 Roundup River Ranch 2014 Annual Report

1:30 p.m. Feet Off Floor Time – Having fun at camp is hard work. Campers enjoy rest time in the middle day to recharge as they prepare for a busy afternoon of camp fun. 2:45 p.m. ACTIVITIES!! – Because activities in the morning aren’t enough, there are even more activities offered in the afternoon. From rotating to the activity areas or participating in an all-camp activity like Silly Olympics, imagine lots of messy, silly, crazy, wacky, and paint-filled festivities. 5:00 p.m. Cabin Time – Some of the best time is spent in the cabin sharing stories from the day, playing games, dancing, and enjoying new friends before dinner and evening activities. 6:00 p.m. Dinner – Can you say No-Hands Spaghetti Dinner? Utensils are sometimes optional at dinner as entire meals are eaten without hands. And, of course, dinner is followed by dancing, dancing, and more dancing! 7:15 p.m. Evening Activity – From Cabin Night to the ever popular Stage Night, campfire, and more, evening activities provide yet another opportunity for more fun either as a cabin or an entire camp. 8:15 p.m. Candle Chat – Following a day of busy activities, it’s time for reflection in a safe, respectful environment. Candle Chat provides a special opportunity to share and reflect, helping campers recognize their strength and the commonality they share with others. 10:00 p.m. Lights Out – Bed time! Lots of rest is needed to prepare for another fun and exciting day at camp.

Join us this season for a tour! Please contact Steve at 970.748.9983 extension 3 or at Steve@RoundupRiverRanch.org Roundup River Ranch 2014 Annual Report

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“Volunteers” seems like such an inadequate term. Volunteers are really our do-it-all, superhero, mind-boggling miracle workers. And camp wouldn’t be possible without them. The big hearts and willing hands of our volunteers ensured that hundreds of vibrant, excited, deserving campers and families had an amazing experience at Roundup River Ranch. From Cabin Counselors to Kitchen Volunteers, Volunteer Nurses and Doctors, and more, each and every volunteer made a tremendous difference to Roundup River Ranch in 2014. For your efforts in and out of camp, we offer the biggest YES, YES, YES to everyone who volunteered at Roundup River Ranch.

Want to join our volunteer team? We invite you to visit us at www.RoundupRiverRanch.org/Volunteer to learn more. Just like our campers, our volunteers come in all shapes and sizes and we hope you’ll consider volunteering in a way that’s meaningful to you.

volunteers:

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141

368

Total Medical Volunteers

Total Camp Volunteers (Non-Medical)

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Boulder, Colorado resident Brian Lichtenheld has become a very familiar, friendly face at Camp. We feel extra lucky because he has graciously volunteered every season for five years! Here is what Brian had to say about Camp: “One of my favorite aspects of camp is witnessing the growth of the campers. During the summer oncology session, one of my campers was uncomfortable with the thought of riding horses. It took all we had as counselors to encourage him to sit on a horse, and even that resulted in discomfort and fear. Despite the short duration on the horse, the camper was able to gain comfort with a new experience, and absorb positive support from his peers. By the time fall Family Camp rolled around, the camper was not only able to sit on a horse, but he rode it from one side of camp to the other.”

“I Just wanted to let you know that i had the most amazing time at roundup river ranch. i am so grateful that there were many opportunities offered to me, and it really was a life-changing experience. I met a lot of strong and courageous people.” -2014 camp volunteer

853 1,362 Total Volunteers (FY14 Goal-500):

Total Other Volunteers

Volunteerspotlight: BrianLichtenheld

Total FY2014 Roundup River Ranch Volunteers

$2,584

Total Volunteer Group participants:

606

The Dollar Value of Each Week-Long Volunteer’s Time

(but we know their value is truly priceless)

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“Volunteers” seems like such an inadequate term. Volunteers are really our do-it-all, superhero, mind-boggling miracle workers. And camp wouldn’t be possible without them. The big hearts and willing hands of our volunteers ensured that hundreds of vibrant, excited, deserving campers and families had an amazing experience at Roundup River Ranch. From Cabin Counselors to Kitchen Volunteers, Volunteer Nurses and Doctors, and more, each and every volunteer made a tremendous difference to Roundup River Ranch in 2014. For your efforts in and out of camp, we offer the biggest YES, YES, YES to everyone who volunteered at Roundup River Ranch.

Want to join our volunteer team? We invite you to visit us at www.RoundupRiverRanch.org/Volunteer to learn more. Just like our campers, our volunteers come in all shapes and sizes and we hope you’ll consider volunteering in a way that’s meaningful to you.

volunteers:

e l ib s s o p s g in h t ig b e k a Youm

141

368

Total Medical Volunteers

Total Camp Volunteers (Non-Medical)

15 Roundup River Ranch 2014 Annual Report

141

Boulder, Colorado resident Brian Lichtenheld has become a very familiar, friendly face at Camp. We feel extra lucky because he has graciously volunteered every season for five years! Here is what Brian had to say about Camp: “One of my favorite aspects of camp is witnessing the growth of the campers. During the summer oncology session, one of my campers was uncomfortable with the thought of riding horses. It took all we had as counselors to encourage him to sit on a horse, and even that resulted in discomfort and fear. Despite the short duration on the horse, the camper was able to gain comfort with a new experience, and absorb positive support from his peers. By the time fall Family Camp rolled around, the camper was not only able to sit on a horse, but he rode it from one side of camp to the other.”

“I Just wanted to let you know that i had the most amazing time at roundup river ranch. i am so grateful that there were many opportunities offered to me, and it really was a life-changing experience. I met a lot of strong and courageous people.” -2014 camp volunteer

853 1,362 Total Volunteers (FY14 Goal-500):

Total Other Volunteers

Volunteerspotlight: BrianLichtenheld

Total FY2014 Roundup River Ranch Volunteers

$2,584

Total Volunteer Group participants:

606

The Dollar Value of Each Week-Long Volunteer’s Time

(but we know their value is truly priceless)

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We’re celebrating new programs

All because of YOU! Play Among the Stars If you’ve ever been to Roundup River Ranch at night, you’ll know what we’re talking about… There’s something downright magical about looking at the stars in the sky at camp on a clear mountain night. We think that Roundup River Ranch might be one of the best places in the world to gaze at the stars. Our campers agree too – many campers recount their favorite camp memory as sitting in beanbag chairs surrounded by their friends gazing at the stars. When an elusive shooting star is spotted, the wishes and dreams of the campers are shared. One camper wished that her cancer would go into remission, another that he would find friends at school who understood him as much as he friends at camp did, and another that she would “never forget this moment, right here with each of you.”

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Float On! Beginning this year, our campers will “Play Among the Stars” in our new astronomy program. Through the SeriousFun Innovation Grant program and the generous support of the Cora and John H. Davis Foundation, Roundup River Ranch will change the way campers can view celestial wonders at camp. We will renovate a telescope donated by Mary Ann Dodson, in honor of her late husband, Charles H. Dodson, build an observational dome, install the telescope, and create a special place for campers and families to explore astronomy at Roundup River Ranch year round. Additional improvements to purchase and install a computer video telescope and other enhancements have been planned as a part of this three-year improvement project to encourage campers to “Play Among the Stars”. We invite you to Play Among the Stars with us. Details about the astronomy program will be shared and we invite you to contact us if you’d like to learn more.

Boating across The Lake at Roundup River Ranch is a highlight for all campers. It’s a time to build camaraderie between friends in the boat, to laugh with a volunteer while trying not to splash TOO much, to enjoy the fun games planned by Activity Leaders, and more. While Boating has always been a favorite activity, the setup of our dock was not ideal for campers; it was somewhat difficult for campers to enter and exit boats. We knew improvements were needed and our generous friends at Niagara Water, through their Niagara Cares Foundation, have made renovations possible. We’ll be floating on at Roundup River Ranch – a floating dock has been installed and our existing dock was deconstructed. The upgrade ensures that boating is more accessible for all. We raise our paddles to you, Niagara Cares, for your support! We would also like to recognize our friends at GE Johnson Construction who volunteered their time to deconstruct the old dock.


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Giddy-Up! There’s something special and memorable about riding a horse, especially when it’s something you never done before. At Roundup River Ranch, campers love our equestrian program. It’s an opportunity to feel in control, form a special connection with an equine friend, explore, and learn. In our 2015 Camp Season, we’ll unveil our improved equestrian program. Through the support of generous contributors, we’ll raise the bar for the equestrian program. From improved facilities to more shade for campers and new trails to explore, campers will enjoy an enhanced and improved equine experience. Our equestrian program will provide more exposure to horses – more opportunities to learn about our equine friends and explore the rugged Rocky Mountain wilderness that surrounds camp. A Summer Staff Member focused on the equestrian program has been hired too.

Roundup River Ranch is Going Greener Through these improvements and additions, Roundup River Ranch campers will experience the equestrian program in a new and better way. We anticipate one thing won’t change, however. We’re pretty certain that all of our campers will still remember their favorite horse and request to ride that special horse during their next visit to camp.

“I’m really proud of all of us for being here at camp. Even though we have issues, we are so perfect just the way we are.”

Yay for solar! Thanks to a generous grant from our friends at The Forrest C. and Francis H. Lattner Foundation, Roundup River Ranch is going green – we’ll be completing the first installation in a series of solar upgrades at camp. In the coming years, through this multi-year grant, the solar arrays installed at Roundup River Ranch will provide the majority of the camp’s energy. The less we spend to heat and power our buildings, the more funds we have available to support campers. This is an exciting opportunity and we encourage you to stay tuned for more updates to learn about how we’re going greener.

-2014 camper

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Our Fantastic Corporate Cheerleaders!

medtronic Three cheers for Medtronic PLC- The Surgical Technologies Neurosurgery Group! We recognize the many ways in which you brighten our campers’ days. Thank you! The Louisville, CO Medtronic office nominated Roundup River Ranch for a grant to support “the incredible work they do that positively affects the lives of children living with chronic or life-threatening illness.” Medtronic has a special affinity to Roundup River Ranch given Medtronic’s mission of alleviating pain, restoring health, and extending life. Roundup River Ranch received a generous $50,000 grant to support life-enriching camp programs. Committed to being good corporate citizens and giving back to the local communities through volunteering, Medtronic will also host a volunteer workday at Camp as a part of its Project 6 Initiative, a global effort of employee volunteerism that encourages people to make a difference in their local communities. “Supporting Roundup River Ranch is important because of the good work they do in the community and how it aligns with the Medtronic Mission and encourages all our employees to get involved and give back at the local level. We thank you for the opportunity to support your group and congratulate you on all the great work you have done for these children and their families.”

The Whitewave Foods Company Roundup River Ranch is proud to partner with The WhiteWave Foods Company. The WhiteWave Foods Company will generously serve as the Presenting Sponsor for 2015 A Grateful Harvest and they will provide our campers with delicious and nutritious meals through an in-kind donation of their food products. Thank you, WhiteWave!

Want to learn more about how your company can become involved as a Corporate Partner? Please contact Director of Development and Marketing, Katie Santambrogio, at 970.748.9983 ext. 5. or by email at katie@roundupriverranch.org. 19 Roundup River Ranch 2014 Annual Report

Our Generous Donors In FY2014 (November 1, 2013 through October 31, 2014), hundreds of friends like you, made a difference in the life of a child with a serious illness by supporting Roundup River Ranch. Individuals, corporations, foundations, and in-kind donors made contributions to provide the unique combination of awesome camp fun and unprecedented medical care at no cost to the children or families served. We offer our sincerest appreciation to everyone who supported the opportunity for campers to make new friends, find the courage to try activities they never thought possible, and build confidence – all with the medical, physical, and emotional support they need. On behalf of the VIPs (Very Inspirational Persons) we serve at Roundup River Ranch, we extend the biggest camp hugs and high fives to our donors who supported and believed in the power of camp.

Campfire Societies The Campfire Societies of Roundup River Ranch are made up of special groups of donors who have made extraordinary commitments to support and strengthen our organization and the communities we serve. While all gifts are recognized and appreciated, the Campfire Societies honor donors who have made gifts ranging from $1,000 to $1 million +. The following list represents the supporters who made gifts to Roundup River Ranch between November 1, 2013 and October 31, 2014.

Individual Donors The Campfire Societies Founder’s Circle$1,000,000 and above Georgia and Donald Gogel T. Denny Sanford

Circle of Hope$499,999 to $100,000 The Frechette Family Foundation The Jazzbird Foundation Donna and Patrick Martin

Circle of Discovery$99,999 to $50,000 Kathy Cole The Ferguson Family John Gates Hagen Family Charitable Fund Dr. Lia Gore and Dr. Frank Haluska Knapp Mandell Family Elizabeth and David Stern

Circle of Friendship$49,999 to $10,000 Anonymous The Andrew M. Paul Family Foundation Marilyn Augur Georgia and Charles Baker Doe Browning Mary and Cliff Buchholz Janis Burrow Wendy and Steven Cohen Marla and George Coleman Anne Collins Cora and John H. Davis Foundation

Cynthia K. Engles Advised Fund of The Dallas Foundation D. H. W. Energy, Inc. Mary and David Davies Tree Ehrlich Regina and Kyle Fink Nancy Gage and Allan Finney Craig Foley Terry and John Forester Grace and Steve Gamble Greer and John Gardner Harbourton Foundation Harold and Nancy Zirkin Foundation, Inc. Harold W. and Mary Louise Shaw Foundation Monique Davis and James Harris Suzanne and Lawrence Hess Lynn and Don Janklow Debbie and Lawrence Kalas Joan and Howard Katz Laine and Merv Lapin Debra Levitetz Regina and James Lorenzen Mellam Family Foundation Leila and Walter Mischer Mrs. Cheryl A. Holman, Holman Family Foundation of the Greater Saint Louis Community Foundation Ann and Kevin Reidy Suzanne and Bernard Scharf Mary Lynn and Warren Staley Julie and Hugh Sullivan Carole A. Watters Pamela and Steven Wexler Nancy and Don Wiese Kristy and William Woolfolk Nancy and Harold Zirkin

Circle of Laughter$9,999 to $5,000 Anonymous The Argie L. Ligeros Charitable Fund Bardsley Foundation Bob and Aubyn Howe Foundation

Susan and Jeff Campbell Susan and Van Campbell The Cobos Foundation Everett And Alice Hess Family Fund Inc. Groveman Family Charitable Fund Harmes C. Fishback Foundation Trust Karen and Dennett Hutchinson Joe and Mary Moeller Foundation Jane and Gregory Johnson K & E Jones Family Trust Linda and Mark Kogod Susan and James Liken Sandy and Charles Lloyd Deborah and Dan Luginbuhl Joan and Ron Maclachlan Sally and Richard O’Loughlin The Paul and June Rossetti Family Fund The Peternell Family Foundation Mary and Scott Plumb Reiman Foundation, Inc. Deborah and Jim Schultz The Sheilds Family Charitable Fund Shepard Family Foundation The Solich Fund William Sterett Susan C. Buck Foundation Fund of the Gulf Coast Community Foundation Walter and Karen Loewenstern in partnership with Community Foundation Santa Cruz County The Washing Family Karin and Bob Weber The Winston Howard Fund The Woodell Family Foundation, Inc.

Circle of Smiles$4,999 to $1,000 Carla and Ricardo Albarran Alice Ruth and Ron Alvarez Anonymous Todd Arnold William Bachman The Bahramzadeh Family Foundation

Pamela and William Bailey Susan and Robert Baker Bard Family Foundation Johanna and Robert Barrows Judith and Bruce Baumgartner Beracha Family Charitable Gift Fund Jayne Palu and Tim Beyer George Blackford Mark Brammer Stacy and Michael Brown Susan Burstein C. Thomas and Katherine H. Whitman Fund Susan and John Carlyle Martha Byers and Robert Carson Mark Ceraso Betsy and Dennis Cheroutes Victoria and Terrell Clampitt Eileen Clune David M. Cohen, MD Holly and T. D’arcy Cole Carolyn and Byron Craig Joanne and Jack Crosby Maureen and David Cross Mr. and Mrs. Russell D. Cunningham Ida and Wiley Daniel Madeline and Jeffrey Darst Emily D’Auria Alice and Harvey Davis Arlene and John Dayton Gail and Carl Dietz Andrew Dodds Jason Drautz Kelley and Andrew Duke Helen and A. Christopher Edwards Edwards Family Fund of the Community Foundation The Elliott Family Fund of the Pikes Peak Community Foundation Estate of James C. Allen Ewald Family Fund Jennie and Gil Fancher Debbie and Donald Felio Kaye Ferry Dianne and Perry Fine

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Our Fantastic Corporate Cheerleaders!

medtronic Three cheers for Medtronic PLC- The Surgical Technologies Neurosurgery Group! We recognize the many ways in which you brighten our campers’ days. Thank you! The Louisville, CO Medtronic office nominated Roundup River Ranch for a grant to support “the incredible work they do that positively affects the lives of children living with chronic or life-threatening illness.” Medtronic has a special affinity to Roundup River Ranch given Medtronic’s mission of alleviating pain, restoring health, and extending life. Roundup River Ranch received a generous $50,000 grant to support life-enriching camp programs. Committed to being good corporate citizens and giving back to the local communities through volunteering, Medtronic will also host a volunteer workday at Camp as a part of its Project 6 Initiative, a global effort of employee volunteerism that encourages people to make a difference in their local communities. “Supporting Roundup River Ranch is important because of the good work they do in the community and how it aligns with the Medtronic Mission and encourages all our employees to get involved and give back at the local level. We thank you for the opportunity to support your group and congratulate you on all the great work you have done for these children and their families.”

The Whitewave Foods Company Roundup River Ranch is proud to partner with The WhiteWave Foods Company. The WhiteWave Foods Company will generously serve as the Presenting Sponsor for 2015 A Grateful Harvest and they will provide our campers with delicious and nutritious meals through an in-kind donation of their food products. Thank you, WhiteWave!

Want to learn more about how your company can become involved as a Corporate Partner? Please contact Director of Development and Marketing, Katie Santambrogio, at 970.748.9983 ext. 5. or by email at katie@roundupriverranch.org. 19 Roundup River Ranch 2014 Annual Report

Our Generous Donors In FY2014 (November 1, 2013 through October 31, 2014), hundreds of friends like you, made a difference in the life of a child with a serious illness by supporting Roundup River Ranch. Individuals, corporations, foundations, and in-kind donors made contributions to provide the unique combination of awesome camp fun and unprecedented medical care at no cost to the children or families served. We offer our sincerest appreciation to everyone who supported the opportunity for campers to make new friends, find the courage to try activities they never thought possible, and build confidence – all with the medical, physical, and emotional support they need. On behalf of the VIPs (Very Inspirational Persons) we serve at Roundup River Ranch, we extend the biggest camp hugs and high fives to our donors who supported and believed in the power of camp.

Campfire Societies The Campfire Societies of Roundup River Ranch are made up of special groups of donors who have made extraordinary commitments to support and strengthen our organization and the communities we serve. While all gifts are recognized and appreciated, the Campfire Societies honor donors who have made gifts ranging from $1,000 to $1 million +. The following list represents the supporters who made gifts to Roundup River Ranch between November 1, 2013 and October 31, 2014.

Individual Donors The Campfire Societies Founder’s Circle$1,000,000 and above Georgia and Donald Gogel T. Denny Sanford

Circle of Hope$499,999 to $100,000 The Frechette Family Foundation The Jazzbird Foundation Donna and Patrick Martin

Circle of Discovery$99,999 to $50,000 Kathy Cole The Ferguson Family John Gates Hagen Family Charitable Fund Dr. Lia Gore and Dr. Frank Haluska Knapp Mandell Family Elizabeth and David Stern

Circle of Friendship$49,999 to $10,000 Anonymous The Andrew M. Paul Family Foundation Marilyn Augur Georgia and Charles Baker Doe Browning Mary and Cliff Buchholz Janis Burrow Wendy and Steven Cohen Marla and George Coleman Anne Collins Cora and John H. Davis Foundation

Cynthia K. Engles Advised Fund of The Dallas Foundation D. H. W. Energy, Inc. Mary and David Davies Tree Ehrlich Regina and Kyle Fink Nancy Gage and Allan Finney Craig Foley Terry and John Forester Grace and Steve Gamble Greer and John Gardner Harbourton Foundation Harold and Nancy Zirkin Foundation, Inc. Harold W. and Mary Louise Shaw Foundation Monique Davis and James Harris Suzanne and Lawrence Hess Lynn and Don Janklow Debbie and Lawrence Kalas Joan and Howard Katz Laine and Merv Lapin Debra Levitetz Regina and James Lorenzen Mellam Family Foundation Leila and Walter Mischer Mrs. Cheryl A. Holman, Holman Family Foundation of the Greater Saint Louis Community Foundation Ann and Kevin Reidy Suzanne and Bernard Scharf Mary Lynn and Warren Staley Julie and Hugh Sullivan Carole A. Watters Pamela and Steven Wexler Nancy and Don Wiese Kristy and William Woolfolk Nancy and Harold Zirkin

Circle of Laughter$9,999 to $5,000 Anonymous The Argie L. Ligeros Charitable Fund Bardsley Foundation Bob and Aubyn Howe Foundation

Susan and Jeff Campbell Susan and Van Campbell The Cobos Foundation Everett And Alice Hess Family Fund Inc. Groveman Family Charitable Fund Harmes C. Fishback Foundation Trust Karen and Dennett Hutchinson Joe and Mary Moeller Foundation Jane and Gregory Johnson K & E Jones Family Trust Linda and Mark Kogod Susan and James Liken Sandy and Charles Lloyd Deborah and Dan Luginbuhl Joan and Ron Maclachlan Sally and Richard O’Loughlin The Paul and June Rossetti Family Fund The Peternell Family Foundation Mary and Scott Plumb Reiman Foundation, Inc. Deborah and Jim Schultz The Sheilds Family Charitable Fund Shepard Family Foundation The Solich Fund William Sterett Susan C. Buck Foundation Fund of the Gulf Coast Community Foundation Walter and Karen Loewenstern in partnership with Community Foundation Santa Cruz County The Washing Family Karin and Bob Weber The Winston Howard Fund The Woodell Family Foundation, Inc.

Circle of Smiles$4,999 to $1,000 Carla and Ricardo Albarran Alice Ruth and Ron Alvarez Anonymous Todd Arnold William Bachman The Bahramzadeh Family Foundation

Pamela and William Bailey Susan and Robert Baker Bard Family Foundation Johanna and Robert Barrows Judith and Bruce Baumgartner Beracha Family Charitable Gift Fund Jayne Palu and Tim Beyer George Blackford Mark Brammer Stacy and Michael Brown Susan Burstein C. Thomas and Katherine H. Whitman Fund Susan and John Carlyle Martha Byers and Robert Carson Mark Ceraso Betsy and Dennis Cheroutes Victoria and Terrell Clampitt Eileen Clune David M. Cohen, MD Holly and T. D’arcy Cole Carolyn and Byron Craig Joanne and Jack Crosby Maureen and David Cross Mr. and Mrs. Russell D. Cunningham Ida and Wiley Daniel Madeline and Jeffrey Darst Emily D’Auria Alice and Harvey Davis Arlene and John Dayton Gail and Carl Dietz Andrew Dodds Jason Drautz Kelley and Andrew Duke Helen and A. Christopher Edwards Edwards Family Fund of the Community Foundation The Elliott Family Fund of the Pikes Peak Community Foundation Estate of James C. Allen Ewald Family Fund Jennie and Gil Fancher Debbie and Donald Felio Kaye Ferry Dianne and Perry Fine

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Ali and Paul Fisher Deborah and Rob Ford The Francis Trust Cynthia Engles and Stuart Frith Linda and John Galvin Anne and Christopher Garlich Donna M. Giordano Edith and Louis Gitlin Lloyd A. Godlin Stuart and Becka Green Carla Guarascio Shelie and Rick Gustafson Valorie and James Haley Stephanie and Dustin Hansen Catherine and Chris Hanson Cricket Barlow and Drew Hollenbeck Jena and Kevin Hausmann Terry Herman Judith and Robert Holmes David and Francie Horvitz Carol and R.O. Hunton Kathy and Ron Iverson The James W. Taylor Revocable Living Trust John R. Oltman Private Foundation Betty and Clinton Josey Lori and John Kearns Holly and Mark Kirschner Phillipa Kort Nanette and Nicholas Kuich Ivy and Frederick Kushner Judy and Michael Lacher Susan and Don Law Candice Wilhelmsen and Ted Leach Juliane Lee Elizabeth Herr and Frederick Lewis Nancy and John Lewis Teresa Sprague and Stephen Livingston Gail and Joseph Mahoney Gretchen and Hank Manley Ann and John Martin Alison and Tim McAdam Beth Melnick Ann and Alan Mintz Pauline and Howard Morrison Suzanne and Norman Myers Nancy and John Teller Family Foundation Kathrin Bernt and Tobias Neff Sara and Aron Neuhaus Rachelle Nuss and Stuart Rosenberg Piriscilla O’Neil Paolilli Family Charitable Fund Patrick and Donna Martin Family Foundation Suzi and Donald Perozzi

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Peter A. & Deborah L. Weinberg Family Foundation Lynanne Rales Terry and Patrick Reay Christopher Rebich Timothy and Karin Reitz Rebecca and Dan Riff The Robert & Blanche Gordon Family Fund Barbara and Bob Rosen Sarah and Bill Ross Ruth Johnson and Kris Sabel Vincent Saturnino Amy and Evan Schwartz Schwartz Fund Elaine and Steve Schwartzreich Carole and Peter Segal Lynne and Kenneth Siegel Janice and Ronald Simon Jean Graham and Philip Smith Caren and Albert Stahmer Barbara and Beat Steiner Laurie and Chris Steuri Stoney Brook Foundation Camille Canzone and Ron Tarrson James W. Taylor Jannis and Larry Tonn Dorinda and Barrett Townsend Patricia and Keith Trecker Bob and Rosie Tutag Lois and John Van Deusen Emily and Harry Volz Emily and Kevin Walker Janis and Roger Ward Joy and Benjamin Warren Martha and Clark Weaver Valerie Weber The Wilkerson Family Ellen and Bruce Winston

Gifts up to $999 The Abbott Family Alexandra Abbott Carole and Robert Adelstein Susan Adgate Jan and Edward Ahlstrand Alice Isenberg Residuary Trust Eleanor and Wayne Anderson Andrea Andersson Anonymous Sue Anschutz Rodgers Therese and Gordon Appell Tammy Argenbright Lori Arkin

Courtney and Kevin Armitage Judy and Leonard Arnold Kaycie Artus Morgan and Cooper Arvisais Virginia and Ronald Askew John Attwood Marcine and Michael Balk Sheryl and Eliot Barnett Cheryl Bartolomeo Barbara and Fred Baumann Mac Bayly Christina Beaton Virginia Beauregard Joanna Beda Tim Belber Missy and Maury Bell Charmayne and Charles Bernhardt Pamela Peters and Todd Berry Martha and William Bevan Patricia and Charles Beverly Bill & Katie Weaver Charitable Trust Lynn and George Bishop Marita Bledsoe and Don Bissett Maxine and Jerry Bizer Rachel and John Blackwell Margaret Blazek Sandy and John Blue Suzanne and Fred Boettcher Anne Boris Erin and Bob Boselli Lori and Jeff Boyer Jan and Robert Brammer Jennifer and Charles Brammer Patricia and Donald Brandes Jamie and Will Brant Jacqueline and Don Brennan Margaret and Walter Brewster Austen and Nathan Brown Kerry Brown Martha and Michael Bruch Jennifer and Luca Bruno Ruth and Barry Bucher Dana and Chad Buhr Phyllis Bursma Carolyn and Gary Cage Jeri and Charlie Campisi Tim Casula Tim and Lauren Casula Britta Chambers Tokuko and William Chapin Charitable Gift Account Beth and John Chisholm Sally and Kevin Clair Jackie and Steve Clark

Danner Close Susan Cooper and Richard Cohn Bonnie Cole Tamra Tharratt Converse Brock Cooper Kathleen and David Cope Mary Ellen and Stan Cope Jay Corr Brittany Cowfer Kim and Bill Cox Virginia and Rob Crise The Crook Family Melinda Keeler and Dan Cullen Christina Culver Daniel Culver Sheila Dailey Mia F. D’Angelo Bernice and John Davie Susie Davis Justin Denham Fred Distelhorst Mary and Rodger Dockstader Rocco and Judi Dodson Zoella and Devon Donaghue Jan and Mike Donnell Laura and Casey Dorneman Stephanie and Robert Drab Tasha Drew Deborah and Norman Dreyfuss Dennis W. Driver Janet A. Dulin Ivy and Marc Duneier Jacqueline Dunn Kandace Eakin Jane and Reed Eberly Peggy and Gary Edwards William Edwards Linda and Robert Egan Nancy Bedlington and Robert Elkins Marsha Engel Jean Scandlyn and W. Durand Eppler Dave and Marty Erb Alyssa and Christopher Ericksen Ryan and Jaime Erickson Sara and Frederick Ewald Beth and Rob Faddick Debra Fagan Cynthia Fanning Mark Fenstermacher Lourdes and Paul Ferzacca Patricia Fillo Phyllis and Robert Finlay Linda and Buzz Finn Meghan Finn

Stacy Fischer Kristi and Jeff Fisher Patricia Fitzgerald Stephanie and John Flanigan Karrie and Jason Fletcher Judy Foley Amanda and Peter Ford Julia Waggener and Richard Foster Katharine Fraley Erin and Kirk Framke Lacy and Ernie Fyrwald Nancy and RJ Gallagher Suzanne Gallegos Debra and Rick Geddes Mary Gedney Johanna Gettinger Emily and Jerome Gienger Holly and Ben Gill Gipson Family Foundation Andrew Gish Maxine and Charles Gleicher Carlo Godoy Natasha Godoy Dana and Sean Goergen Sandra and Marvin Goldberg Linda Goloy Herman Gonzales Margaret and Thomas Gorrie Joshua Gouker Debbie and Mike Grant Tonja and William Greenfield Courtney Greth Doris Dewton and Richard Gretz Sunny Griffin Todd and Karen Grubin Janet Gurley Richard Gutfreund Patricia Hagan David and Ronette Hall Jane E. Hall Eileen and Brian Hall Pat and William Hammon Clyde Hanks James Harrison Matt Harrison Michael Hemenway Molly Hemenway Linda Hendricks Sally and Wil Hergenrader Peggy Hermann Rebecca Hernreich Junliana and Gary Herr Mark Herron Suzanne Hoffman-LeBlanc and Dan Hoffman Elizabeth Holland Ian and Angela Holloway Nancy and John Hogan Daphne Horvath Marylou and Brent Houston Dagmar Huber Tania Huber Judy and George Hudspeth Jack Hunn Erin and Chase Hutchinson Doreen Somers and Jan Idzikowski

Harriet Iglehart Kathleen and Michael Imperi Ann Jackson Kim and Chris Jacoby Marcie Jaeger Mark and Renee Jahnke Rick James James Reeves Kaylor Memorial Foundation Martha Sue and Daniel Jobe Karen and John Jobin Cindy and Richard Johnson Lorrie Johnson Kathleen and Elliott Jones Janet and Stephen Jones Frances and Vincent Jones Kim and Matthew Jones Susan Jordan Kane Family Charitable Fund Catherine Kelley Nicole Kelley Tara Kennedy McKenzie Kessel David Kime Judy Kinkade Sandi and Skip Kinsley Shawn Kirschner Dennis Klein Sara Knowles Mary Kohn and Benjamin Honigman Mark Krebs Mary and Jeffrey Krivit Joan and Leo Kucewicz Marjorie and Lawrence Kyte Sydney Lange Roger Lawton Cheryl and Alan Lee Dianne C. Leeb Devon Lehman Sarah Lehmann Joseph Leighty Sterling and Juan Leija Kristen and Keith Leimbach Jane LeNoue Phyllis and David Lersch Rita and Kenneth Lewis Kathy and Bradley Lichtenheld Brian Lichtenheld Deborah Liptzin Melissa Lisenbe Namie and Arthur Liu Annie Livingston LKS KTP Kate and Chris Lloyd Beau Loendorf Barbara and Ed Lukes Elizabeth and Kent Lund Judith Lynn and Joel Levy Peter Macdonald Colt MacGregor Chuck and Leslie Madison Joanne Malisani and Michael MacLauchlan The Mallick Family Kelly and James Maloney Margy and Charles Malott Leslie and Jack Manes

Manes Family Foundation, Inc. Marcus Family Judy and Richard Marks Stephany Marreel James Martin Sheila Masella Kate McKay Nancy and Michael Mckeever Megan B. Oppenheimer Fund of The DuPage Community Foundation Colin Meiring Lisa Meltzer Kathleen and James Mestl Eric Meyer Susan Brown Milhoan Pamela Millus-Bobinis Brenda and Jerrod Milton Lawson Mischer William Mitchell Carolyn Smith and George Mizner Andrea and Troy Modlin Arleen and Michael Montag Jeff Morgan Marka Moser Gary Mouradian Hazel and Matthew Murray Emily and Graham Murty Susan and Paolo Narduzzi Dana Shepard and Michael Narkewicz Dave Naus Carol and Robert Navratil Cheryl Patrick and Scott Nelson Shelby and Brian Nestor Robert Nichols Nita & Bill Griffin Charitable Trust Michele Norton Erik Oberhausen Courtney O’Brien Judith and Thomas O’Brien Michael and Sue O’Connor Kelly O’Leary Paula and Prentice O’Leary Sarah Olson Paige O’Neil Yvonne and D. Robert Oppenheimer Marie and Donald Osborn Mandy and Philip Paolilli Kimberly Parslow Sue Ann and John Peck Judy and Tom Pecsok Joey Pegg Ainslie Peters Christine Peters Christy Peterson Karen and Robert Peterson Karen and Jeffrey Petroff Marissa and K. Bruce Petty Elizabeth and Jay Peyton Gary and Karen Pfirman Kacy and Jeremy Popovich Nancy and Greg Post Allison Potter Jacquelyn and James Power Jennifer Prantl Anne and Simon Purvis Gretchen and Robert Ravenscroft

Cara Reil Carolyn Reintjes Reneau Family Rebecca Renz Rose and Alaric Renz Helen Resnik Michele and Jeffrey Resnick Susan and Peter Riccardella Sally Slaughter and Daniel Richie Sharon and Daniel Riggs Nancy and John Riley Debra Ritzwoller Roberta and Ernest Scheller Jr. Family Foundation Anne Roberts James Robinson Jason Rogers Jenna Rogers Jim Rogers Christopher Romer Sally and Adam Rosenberg Roundsenwalds Barbara and Randy Russell Kathryn and Tim Ryan Cindy Ryerson The Ryna & Melvin Cohen Family Foundation, Inc. Kent Ryser Becca Sachs The Sagels Eva and Joseph Sanchez Denise and James Sanderson Ryan Sanderson Katie and Mike Santambrogio Barb and Kent Sather A.K. Schleusner Judy Schmid Kay Schneider Beverly Schneiter Carole Schragen Stephanie and Jeff Schultz Leonard Schultz Susan and Dave Schulz Sheri and Tom Schweizer Lora Schwindt Mieke and Charles Scripps Betsy Seeger The Segal Family Gifting Fund Renee and Bill Selan Jessica Serventi-Gleeson Jamie Severin Pat Severson Carla Shankle Debbie and Pat Sheehy Roni and Stephen Sheldon Dalton Sim John Simpson BJ and Garrett Smith Katharine and Robin Smith Anne Smith Sarah and Norman Smith Patricia Hutchinson and John Smithen Ronald and Lori Sokol Florence and Gerald Solnick Judith and Clifford Spanierman Mr. Douglas Spector

“After camp, my daughter is no longer shy about the scars on her body. They make her feel empowered now and she knows how strong it has made her.” -Roundup River Ranch Camper Parent Roundup River Ranch 2014 Annual Report

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Ali and Paul Fisher Deborah and Rob Ford The Francis Trust Cynthia Engles and Stuart Frith Linda and John Galvin Anne and Christopher Garlich Donna M. Giordano Edith and Louis Gitlin Lloyd A. Godlin Stuart and Becka Green Carla Guarascio Shelie and Rick Gustafson Valorie and James Haley Stephanie and Dustin Hansen Catherine and Chris Hanson Cricket Barlow and Drew Hollenbeck Jena and Kevin Hausmann Terry Herman Judith and Robert Holmes David and Francie Horvitz Carol and R.O. Hunton Kathy and Ron Iverson The James W. Taylor Revocable Living Trust John R. Oltman Private Foundation Betty and Clinton Josey Lori and John Kearns Holly and Mark Kirschner Phillipa Kort Nanette and Nicholas Kuich Ivy and Frederick Kushner Judy and Michael Lacher Susan and Don Law Candice Wilhelmsen and Ted Leach Juliane Lee Elizabeth Herr and Frederick Lewis Nancy and John Lewis Teresa Sprague and Stephen Livingston Gail and Joseph Mahoney Gretchen and Hank Manley Ann and John Martin Alison and Tim McAdam Beth Melnick Ann and Alan Mintz Pauline and Howard Morrison Suzanne and Norman Myers Nancy and John Teller Family Foundation Kathrin Bernt and Tobias Neff Sara and Aron Neuhaus Rachelle Nuss and Stuart Rosenberg Piriscilla O’Neil Paolilli Family Charitable Fund Patrick and Donna Martin Family Foundation Suzi and Donald Perozzi

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Peter A. & Deborah L. Weinberg Family Foundation Lynanne Rales Terry and Patrick Reay Christopher Rebich Timothy and Karin Reitz Rebecca and Dan Riff The Robert & Blanche Gordon Family Fund Barbara and Bob Rosen Sarah and Bill Ross Ruth Johnson and Kris Sabel Vincent Saturnino Amy and Evan Schwartz Schwartz Fund Elaine and Steve Schwartzreich Carole and Peter Segal Lynne and Kenneth Siegel Janice and Ronald Simon Jean Graham and Philip Smith Caren and Albert Stahmer Barbara and Beat Steiner Laurie and Chris Steuri Stoney Brook Foundation Camille Canzone and Ron Tarrson James W. Taylor Jannis and Larry Tonn Dorinda and Barrett Townsend Patricia and Keith Trecker Bob and Rosie Tutag Lois and John Van Deusen Emily and Harry Volz Emily and Kevin Walker Janis and Roger Ward Joy and Benjamin Warren Martha and Clark Weaver Valerie Weber The Wilkerson Family Ellen and Bruce Winston

Gifts up to $999 The Abbott Family Alexandra Abbott Carole and Robert Adelstein Susan Adgate Jan and Edward Ahlstrand Alice Isenberg Residuary Trust Eleanor and Wayne Anderson Andrea Andersson Anonymous Sue Anschutz Rodgers Therese and Gordon Appell Tammy Argenbright Lori Arkin

Courtney and Kevin Armitage Judy and Leonard Arnold Kaycie Artus Morgan and Cooper Arvisais Virginia and Ronald Askew John Attwood Marcine and Michael Balk Sheryl and Eliot Barnett Cheryl Bartolomeo Barbara and Fred Baumann Mac Bayly Christina Beaton Virginia Beauregard Joanna Beda Tim Belber Missy and Maury Bell Charmayne and Charles Bernhardt Pamela Peters and Todd Berry Martha and William Bevan Patricia and Charles Beverly Bill & Katie Weaver Charitable Trust Lynn and George Bishop Marita Bledsoe and Don Bissett Maxine and Jerry Bizer Rachel and John Blackwell Margaret Blazek Sandy and John Blue Suzanne and Fred Boettcher Anne Boris Erin and Bob Boselli Lori and Jeff Boyer Jan and Robert Brammer Jennifer and Charles Brammer Patricia and Donald Brandes Jamie and Will Brant Jacqueline and Don Brennan Margaret and Walter Brewster Austen and Nathan Brown Kerry Brown Martha and Michael Bruch Jennifer and Luca Bruno Ruth and Barry Bucher Dana and Chad Buhr Phyllis Bursma Carolyn and Gary Cage Jeri and Charlie Campisi Tim Casula Tim and Lauren Casula Britta Chambers Tokuko and William Chapin Charitable Gift Account Beth and John Chisholm Sally and Kevin Clair Jackie and Steve Clark

Danner Close Susan Cooper and Richard Cohn Bonnie Cole Tamra Tharratt Converse Brock Cooper Kathleen and David Cope Mary Ellen and Stan Cope Jay Corr Brittany Cowfer Kim and Bill Cox Virginia and Rob Crise The Crook Family Melinda Keeler and Dan Cullen Christina Culver Daniel Culver Sheila Dailey Mia F. D’Angelo Bernice and John Davie Susie Davis Justin Denham Fred Distelhorst Mary and Rodger Dockstader Rocco and Judi Dodson Zoella and Devon Donaghue Jan and Mike Donnell Laura and Casey Dorneman Stephanie and Robert Drab Tasha Drew Deborah and Norman Dreyfuss Dennis W. Driver Janet A. Dulin Ivy and Marc Duneier Jacqueline Dunn Kandace Eakin Jane and Reed Eberly Peggy and Gary Edwards William Edwards Linda and Robert Egan Nancy Bedlington and Robert Elkins Marsha Engel Jean Scandlyn and W. Durand Eppler Dave and Marty Erb Alyssa and Christopher Ericksen Ryan and Jaime Erickson Sara and Frederick Ewald Beth and Rob Faddick Debra Fagan Cynthia Fanning Mark Fenstermacher Lourdes and Paul Ferzacca Patricia Fillo Phyllis and Robert Finlay Linda and Buzz Finn Meghan Finn

Stacy Fischer Kristi and Jeff Fisher Patricia Fitzgerald Stephanie and John Flanigan Karrie and Jason Fletcher Judy Foley Amanda and Peter Ford Julia Waggener and Richard Foster Katharine Fraley Erin and Kirk Framke Lacy and Ernie Fyrwald Nancy and RJ Gallagher Suzanne Gallegos Debra and Rick Geddes Mary Gedney Johanna Gettinger Emily and Jerome Gienger Holly and Ben Gill Gipson Family Foundation Andrew Gish Maxine and Charles Gleicher Carlo Godoy Natasha Godoy Dana and Sean Goergen Sandra and Marvin Goldberg Linda Goloy Herman Gonzales Margaret and Thomas Gorrie Joshua Gouker Debbie and Mike Grant Tonja and William Greenfield Courtney Greth Doris Dewton and Richard Gretz Sunny Griffin Todd and Karen Grubin Janet Gurley Richard Gutfreund Patricia Hagan David and Ronette Hall Jane E. Hall Eileen and Brian Hall Pat and William Hammon Clyde Hanks James Harrison Matt Harrison Michael Hemenway Molly Hemenway Linda Hendricks Sally and Wil Hergenrader Peggy Hermann Rebecca Hernreich Junliana and Gary Herr Mark Herron Suzanne Hoffman-LeBlanc and Dan Hoffman Elizabeth Holland Ian and Angela Holloway Nancy and John Hogan Daphne Horvath Marylou and Brent Houston Dagmar Huber Tania Huber Judy and George Hudspeth Jack Hunn Erin and Chase Hutchinson Doreen Somers and Jan Idzikowski

Harriet Iglehart Kathleen and Michael Imperi Ann Jackson Kim and Chris Jacoby Marcie Jaeger Mark and Renee Jahnke Rick James James Reeves Kaylor Memorial Foundation Martha Sue and Daniel Jobe Karen and John Jobin Cindy and Richard Johnson Lorrie Johnson Kathleen and Elliott Jones Janet and Stephen Jones Frances and Vincent Jones Kim and Matthew Jones Susan Jordan Kane Family Charitable Fund Catherine Kelley Nicole Kelley Tara Kennedy McKenzie Kessel David Kime Judy Kinkade Sandi and Skip Kinsley Shawn Kirschner Dennis Klein Sara Knowles Mary Kohn and Benjamin Honigman Mark Krebs Mary and Jeffrey Krivit Joan and Leo Kucewicz Marjorie and Lawrence Kyte Sydney Lange Roger Lawton Cheryl and Alan Lee Dianne C. Leeb Devon Lehman Sarah Lehmann Joseph Leighty Sterling and Juan Leija Kristen and Keith Leimbach Jane LeNoue Phyllis and David Lersch Rita and Kenneth Lewis Kathy and Bradley Lichtenheld Brian Lichtenheld Deborah Liptzin Melissa Lisenbe Namie and Arthur Liu Annie Livingston LKS KTP Kate and Chris Lloyd Beau Loendorf Barbara and Ed Lukes Elizabeth and Kent Lund Judith Lynn and Joel Levy Peter Macdonald Colt MacGregor Chuck and Leslie Madison Joanne Malisani and Michael MacLauchlan The Mallick Family Kelly and James Maloney Margy and Charles Malott Leslie and Jack Manes

Manes Family Foundation, Inc. Marcus Family Judy and Richard Marks Stephany Marreel James Martin Sheila Masella Kate McKay Nancy and Michael Mckeever Megan B. Oppenheimer Fund of The DuPage Community Foundation Colin Meiring Lisa Meltzer Kathleen and James Mestl Eric Meyer Susan Brown Milhoan Pamela Millus-Bobinis Brenda and Jerrod Milton Lawson Mischer William Mitchell Carolyn Smith and George Mizner Andrea and Troy Modlin Arleen and Michael Montag Jeff Morgan Marka Moser Gary Mouradian Hazel and Matthew Murray Emily and Graham Murty Susan and Paolo Narduzzi Dana Shepard and Michael Narkewicz Dave Naus Carol and Robert Navratil Cheryl Patrick and Scott Nelson Shelby and Brian Nestor Robert Nichols Nita & Bill Griffin Charitable Trust Michele Norton Erik Oberhausen Courtney O’Brien Judith and Thomas O’Brien Michael and Sue O’Connor Kelly O’Leary Paula and Prentice O’Leary Sarah Olson Paige O’Neil Yvonne and D. Robert Oppenheimer Marie and Donald Osborn Mandy and Philip Paolilli Kimberly Parslow Sue Ann and John Peck Judy and Tom Pecsok Joey Pegg Ainslie Peters Christine Peters Christy Peterson Karen and Robert Peterson Karen and Jeffrey Petroff Marissa and K. Bruce Petty Elizabeth and Jay Peyton Gary and Karen Pfirman Kacy and Jeremy Popovich Nancy and Greg Post Allison Potter Jacquelyn and James Power Jennifer Prantl Anne and Simon Purvis Gretchen and Robert Ravenscroft

Cara Reil Carolyn Reintjes Reneau Family Rebecca Renz Rose and Alaric Renz Helen Resnik Michele and Jeffrey Resnick Susan and Peter Riccardella Sally Slaughter and Daniel Richie Sharon and Daniel Riggs Nancy and John Riley Debra Ritzwoller Roberta and Ernest Scheller Jr. Family Foundation Anne Roberts James Robinson Jason Rogers Jenna Rogers Jim Rogers Christopher Romer Sally and Adam Rosenberg Roundsenwalds Barbara and Randy Russell Kathryn and Tim Ryan Cindy Ryerson The Ryna & Melvin Cohen Family Foundation, Inc. Kent Ryser Becca Sachs The Sagels Eva and Joseph Sanchez Denise and James Sanderson Ryan Sanderson Katie and Mike Santambrogio Barb and Kent Sather A.K. Schleusner Judy Schmid Kay Schneider Beverly Schneiter Carole Schragen Stephanie and Jeff Schultz Leonard Schultz Susan and Dave Schulz Sheri and Tom Schweizer Lora Schwindt Mieke and Charles Scripps Betsy Seeger The Segal Family Gifting Fund Renee and Bill Selan Jessica Serventi-Gleeson Jamie Severin Pat Severson Carla Shankle Debbie and Pat Sheehy Roni and Stephen Sheldon Dalton Sim John Simpson BJ and Garrett Smith Katharine and Robin Smith Anne Smith Sarah and Norman Smith Patricia Hutchinson and John Smithen Ronald and Lori Sokol Florence and Gerald Solnick Judith and Clifford Spanierman Mr. Douglas Spector

“After camp, my daughter is no longer shy about the scars on her body. They make her feel empowered now and she knows how strong it has made her.” -Roundup River Ranch Camper Parent Roundup River Ranch 2014 Annual Report

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FROM Jonathan Sprague Mary Sprague Emily, Paul, Jack, and JP St Ruth Leilani and Stanley Stansfield Marilyn and Jim Steane Annika and Steve Stec Julie and Dan Steiner Susan Stephens Kathryn and William Stephenson Leslie and Madeline Stern Debbie and Thomas Stevenson Mary and Sherwood Stockwell Catherine and Howard Stone Melanie and Michael Stone Michael Strasburg Jennifer and Greg Suchon Susan and Steven Suggs Bridget Sullivan Neil Sutter Dylan Swanson Amy Sweeney Marjorie Swig Roslyn Swinton Lucille Syracus Julie Szpira Elena Tafoya Kathie Talbot Jim and Kim Taylor Jodi and Kenneth Teague Patricia Dipiertro-Tedesco and Michael Tedesco Beth Teeters Matthew Teeters Linda and David Temin Nancy Terry Ruth Thiel Fred Thomas Jennifer and Paul Timmins Lacey Tomlinson Robin Tudor Cara and Stephen Turner Jennifer Underwood Cliff Unger Brenna Van Dok Ann Volz Britta Volz Bev and Bruce Wagner Judi and Joseph Wagner Sharon and Paul Wagner Sarah Walker Wendy and John Wall Lynn Waneka Heather Warmuth Frances and Billy Washburne

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Mary Watriss Sondra and Robert Weber Lauren and Hugo Weinberger Kristine and Keith Weisz Linda Welch Katherine and Steve Wellington Judy and John Wetherington Margaret and Keith Whitelaw Karl Whittenbarger Kristie and Jim Widrig Greta Wilkening James Wilkins Traci and Michael Wodlinger Karen and Fred Woelfel The Mary Wolf Family Barbara and Charles Wolff Barbara and Raymond Wolken Linda and Dean Wolz Amy Woodworth Stanley Worcester Mrs. Sherie Wren Lynn and Brian Wylie Megan and Adel Younoszai Tracy Zarlengo Stacy and Randy Zerr Patricia Zickefoose

Corporate and Foundation Donors Thanks to the support of corporate and foundation partners, the lives of campers and families are encouraged and enriched through intentional camp programs.

Circle of Hope$499,999 to $100,000 The Forrest C. and Francis H. Lattner Foundation The Green Foundation SeriousFun Children’s Network, Inc. supported by Newman’s Own Foundation

Circle of Discovery$99,999 to $50,000 The Anschutz Foundation The Salah Foundation

Circle of Friendship$49,999 to $10,000 Alpine Bank Children’s Hospital Colorado Christel House International, Inc. Diabetes Counts First Western Financial, Inc. NFP Team DUKE Wagner Equipment

Circle of Laughter$9,999 to $5,000 Anonymous American Academy of Dermatology BluSky Restoration Contractors, Inc. Holland & Hart, LLP Kiwanis Key Leader Kresge Foundation Liberty Global, Inc. Vail Valley Medical Center

Circle of Smiles$4,999 to $1,000 ANB Bank Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Colorado Properties Bryan Cave LLP Chevron Humankind Matching Gift Program Children’s Hospital Colorado Colorado Business Bank Community First Foundation Destination Services DIRECTV Matching Gift Center GE Johnson Construction Company Kiwanis International LibertyGives Foundation McAller Gray MEDNAX Services, Inc. Mike Imperi and the children of Vail Mountain School Montaneros Condominium Association Nina McLemore, LLC Total Renal Care, Inc. Towers Watson Tyco Matching Gifts Program Vail Resorts Vail Valley Dental Care, Inc. Verna R. Myers Foundation Wellington Management Company, LLP Wells Fargo Foundation

Corporate Gifts up to $999 AlpinAire Healthcare Alpine Arts Center AmazonSmile Foundation The Benevity Community Impact Fund CH2M Hill Engineers, Inc. CH2M Hill Foundation Community Shares of Colorado Cornerstone Financial Advisors, LLC The Crestone Capital Foundation Eide Bailly LLP ExxonMobil Foundation Firehaus Pilates Greater Horizons Gypsum Creek Middle School Girl Powher Club HCBeck, Ltd. Kingsbery CPAS Kitchen Collage of Vail Valley Northrop Grumman Corporation Northwest Yukon, LLC Quarterly Karma ReadyTalk The Ritz-Carlton, Bachelor Gulch Rocky Mountain Society of Pediatric Nurses Rowen Christian Couture LLC S.Y. Jackson Elementary School Summit for Life Chris Klug Foundation United Food & Commercial Workers United Way Of Central New Mexico Vail Valley Foundation W.F. Bishop & Co. Walmart - Western Slope Market

In-Kind Donors Gifts from in-kind donors help us better meet the needs of campers by reducing operating expenses and enhancing programmatic opportunities at camp. 10th Mountain Whiskey and Spirits The 10th - Vail Resorts Adam’s Rib Ranch Alliance Francais Alpine Bank Alpine Glass & Mirror, Inc Dan Arguello Baileys Garage Doors & More Inc. Judith and Bruce Baumgartner Beehive Consulting

Belmont Deli Janice and Robert Berridge Bob’s Place Frank Bonanno The Bookworm Kory Brunson Band Cliff Buchholz C.O.R.D. Inc. Caleb Dean Band Carol and Harry Cebron Chippen Nails West The Club at Pradera Kathy Cole George and Marla Coleman Colorado & Company- 9 News Colorado Tour Line, LLC Conundrum Technologies Country Club of the Rockies Crazy Mountain Brewery Cross Propane Gas & Supply, Inc. Lisa and Doug Currey The Cycle Effect Mary and David Davies Kristen and Brian Davis Davis Excavating DaVita Bridge of Life - Project Cure Denver Botanic Gardens Denver Center for the Performing Arts Mary Ann Dodson Sue Dorf Margaret and Cleive Dumas Dunkin’ Donuts eat! drink! EDGE Restaurant Elements Day Spa Paul Ferzacca Flame Restaurant Fred Emich Cynthia Engles Evergreen Crystal Inc. The Ferguson Family Regina and Kyle Fink Terry and John Forester Matt Franklin Grace and Steve Gamble Giuliana Imports Glenwood Adventure Company Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park Go Photo Booth Georgia and Donald Gogel Sophia Graefenhain Grand Junction Pipe & Supply Guitar Center Jane E. Hall Nick Haley Dr. Lia Gore and Dr. Frank Haluska Hasbro, Inc. Hermes Group Michael Hermes Suzanne Hoffman Holland & Hart, LLP Ron and Kathy Iverson J. Cotter Gallery Jane and Gregory Johnson JetBlue Airways Chad Juros

Kids Cottage KOTA Longboards Jennelle and Robert Krissel Kroenke Sports Marjorie and Lawrence Kyte La Biblioteca de Tequilia La Tour Martin Lambuth Dianne C. Leeb John R Ley Law Office Kelly Liken Rebecca Loth-Luetke and Joe Luetke Longboard Key Club Mary Lamb Lucas Melanna and Jean Marcellot Margs Matsuhisa Edison Mays Jr. Chef Anthony Mazza McMahan and Associates, LLC Elise and Victor Micati Milkhaus LLC Mischer Investments LP Troy and Andrea Modlin Pauline and Howard Morrison Mountain Beverage Vishwatej Nath Nature-Watch Northside Kitchen & Coffee Old Gypsum Printer Sally and Richard O’Loughlin Optimum Events Co. Patterson Medical Petals and Pours Pinecones Pink Fog Photography Plaid Enterprises, Inc. Platinum Plyman & Associates Primary Colors Painting Jeff Puckett Sean Razee Restaurant Kelly Liken Bill Richardson The Ritz-Carlton, Bachelor Gulch RMB Painting, Inc. Susan and Richard Rogel Russell’s Smokehouse Ruth Johnson and Kris Sabel SBP Scout Vail, LLC School Specialty Supply SAX Carole Schragen SeriousFun Children’s Network, Inc. Rick Smith Snooze Leslie-Ann Murray and Martin Tacon Tamayo Ann and Joel Thompson Jody Tovar Tomina Townsend Utility Aviation Vail Honeywagon, Inc. Vail Mountain Lodge & Spa Vail Valley Foundation Vail Valley Jet Center Vail Valley Medical Center

Vail Valley Pharmacy Valley Girl Boutique Valrhona Lindsey Vonn Vista at Arrowhead Sharon and Paul Wagner Wagner Equipment Wagner Rents, Gypsum Walmart - Western Slope Market Susan and Tom Washing Karin and Bob Weber Heather Weems Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. Western Slope Laundry Company Whittaker Landscape, Inc. Kristy and Bill Woolfolk Wyndham Vacation Ownership, Inc. Yours Truly Cupcake Zino Ristorante

Tribute and Memorial Gifts Remembering and celebrating friends of Roundup River Ranch in whose memory or honor gifts to camp were made, and recognizing the individuals who supported these tributes. In honor of Grant Abbott: The Abbott Family, Colt MacGregor In honor of Erik Ammidown: Towers Watson In honor of Aike Amsby: Kerry Brown

In honor of Doe Browning and all the work she has done for Roundup River Ranch: Nancy and John Hogan In memory of Pam Van Burk: Shelie and Rick Gustafson, CH2M Hill Engineers, Inc. In honor of Ron and Christina Byrnes: David M. Cohen MD In honor of The Campbell Family: Alex Quinones, Lia Gore, and Frank Haluska In honor of Jenna Ceraso: Mr. Mark Ceraso In honor of David Cohen, MD: Arlene and John Dayton, Maureen and David Cross In honor of Steve A. Cohen: Mr. Douglas Spector In honor of The Cohen Family: Alex Quinones, Lia Gore, and Frank Haluska In honor of Trent and Kathy Cole: Christopher Rebich, Camille Canzone and Ron Tarrson In memory of Louise Cole: Anonymous In honor of George Coleman class of 1964: Sandra and Marvin Goldberg, Terry Herman, Susan Burstein, Leonard Schultz, Johanna Gettinger

In memory of Martin Asumang-Birikorang: Ainslie Peters

In honor of Marla and George Coleman: Emily D’Auria, Susan and John Carlyle, Judith and Clifford Spanierman, Neil Sutter, Cornerstone Financial Advisors, LLC, Karin and Bob Weber

In honor of Don Bissett: Marita Bledsoe

In honor of Brock Cooper: Lorrie Johnson

In honor of Marita Bledsoe: The Sagels, Lisa Meltzer

In honor of Jamie Crook: The Crook Family

In honor of The Boynton Family: Alex Quinones, Lia Gore, and Frank Haluska

In honor of Lori and Ron Crotty: Barb and Kent Sather

In memory of June Brammer: Mark Brammer, Karen and Robert Peterson, Jane Hall

In honor of Sam Cueto: John Attwood

In honor of The Angiolillo/Downing Family: Alex Quinones, Lia Gore, and Frank Haluska

In honor of Suzanne Broski: Towers Watson In honor of Ty Brown: Kerry Brown

In memory of Daniel B. Culver: Christina Culver, Cara Reil, Maxine and Charles Gleicher, Harriet Iglehart, Montaneros Condominium Association, Doe Browning, Margaret and Walter Brewster, Mary Watriss, Ann Jackson

“I don’t have to be afraid of new things. I spent a lot of my life being afraid of new adventures because of the ‘unknown’, but all you have to have is 20 seconds of courage and it is all worth the adventure!” -Roundup River Ranch Camper Roundup River Ranch 2014 Annual Report

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FROM Jonathan Sprague Mary Sprague Emily, Paul, Jack, and JP St Ruth Leilani and Stanley Stansfield Marilyn and Jim Steane Annika and Steve Stec Julie and Dan Steiner Susan Stephens Kathryn and William Stephenson Leslie and Madeline Stern Debbie and Thomas Stevenson Mary and Sherwood Stockwell Catherine and Howard Stone Melanie and Michael Stone Michael Strasburg Jennifer and Greg Suchon Susan and Steven Suggs Bridget Sullivan Neil Sutter Dylan Swanson Amy Sweeney Marjorie Swig Roslyn Swinton Lucille Syracus Julie Szpira Elena Tafoya Kathie Talbot Jim and Kim Taylor Jodi and Kenneth Teague Patricia Dipiertro-Tedesco and Michael Tedesco Beth Teeters Matthew Teeters Linda and David Temin Nancy Terry Ruth Thiel Fred Thomas Jennifer and Paul Timmins Lacey Tomlinson Robin Tudor Cara and Stephen Turner Jennifer Underwood Cliff Unger Brenna Van Dok Ann Volz Britta Volz Bev and Bruce Wagner Judi and Joseph Wagner Sharon and Paul Wagner Sarah Walker Wendy and John Wall Lynn Waneka Heather Warmuth Frances and Billy Washburne

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Mary Watriss Sondra and Robert Weber Lauren and Hugo Weinberger Kristine and Keith Weisz Linda Welch Katherine and Steve Wellington Judy and John Wetherington Margaret and Keith Whitelaw Karl Whittenbarger Kristie and Jim Widrig Greta Wilkening James Wilkins Traci and Michael Wodlinger Karen and Fred Woelfel The Mary Wolf Family Barbara and Charles Wolff Barbara and Raymond Wolken Linda and Dean Wolz Amy Woodworth Stanley Worcester Mrs. Sherie Wren Lynn and Brian Wylie Megan and Adel Younoszai Tracy Zarlengo Stacy and Randy Zerr Patricia Zickefoose

Corporate and Foundation Donors Thanks to the support of corporate and foundation partners, the lives of campers and families are encouraged and enriched through intentional camp programs.

Circle of Hope$499,999 to $100,000 The Forrest C. and Francis H. Lattner Foundation The Green Foundation SeriousFun Children’s Network, Inc. supported by Newman’s Own Foundation

Circle of Discovery$99,999 to $50,000 The Anschutz Foundation The Salah Foundation

Circle of Friendship$49,999 to $10,000 Alpine Bank Children’s Hospital Colorado Christel House International, Inc. Diabetes Counts First Western Financial, Inc. NFP Team DUKE Wagner Equipment

Circle of Laughter$9,999 to $5,000 Anonymous American Academy of Dermatology BluSky Restoration Contractors, Inc. Holland & Hart, LLP Kiwanis Key Leader Kresge Foundation Liberty Global, Inc. Vail Valley Medical Center

Circle of Smiles$4,999 to $1,000 ANB Bank Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Colorado Properties Bryan Cave LLP Chevron Humankind Matching Gift Program Children’s Hospital Colorado Colorado Business Bank Community First Foundation Destination Services DIRECTV Matching Gift Center GE Johnson Construction Company Kiwanis International LibertyGives Foundation McAller Gray MEDNAX Services, Inc. Mike Imperi and the children of Vail Mountain School Montaneros Condominium Association Nina McLemore, LLC Total Renal Care, Inc. Towers Watson Tyco Matching Gifts Program Vail Resorts Vail Valley Dental Care, Inc. Verna R. Myers Foundation Wellington Management Company, LLP Wells Fargo Foundation

Corporate Gifts up to $999 AlpinAire Healthcare Alpine Arts Center AmazonSmile Foundation The Benevity Community Impact Fund CH2M Hill Engineers, Inc. CH2M Hill Foundation Community Shares of Colorado Cornerstone Financial Advisors, LLC The Crestone Capital Foundation Eide Bailly LLP ExxonMobil Foundation Firehaus Pilates Greater Horizons Gypsum Creek Middle School Girl Powher Club HCBeck, Ltd. Kingsbery CPAS Kitchen Collage of Vail Valley Northrop Grumman Corporation Northwest Yukon, LLC Quarterly Karma ReadyTalk The Ritz-Carlton, Bachelor Gulch Rocky Mountain Society of Pediatric Nurses Rowen Christian Couture LLC S.Y. Jackson Elementary School Summit for Life Chris Klug Foundation United Food & Commercial Workers United Way Of Central New Mexico Vail Valley Foundation W.F. Bishop & Co. Walmart - Western Slope Market

In-Kind Donors Gifts from in-kind donors help us better meet the needs of campers by reducing operating expenses and enhancing programmatic opportunities at camp. 10th Mountain Whiskey and Spirits The 10th - Vail Resorts Adam’s Rib Ranch Alliance Francais Alpine Bank Alpine Glass & Mirror, Inc Dan Arguello Baileys Garage Doors & More Inc. Judith and Bruce Baumgartner Beehive Consulting

Belmont Deli Janice and Robert Berridge Bob’s Place Frank Bonanno The Bookworm Kory Brunson Band Cliff Buchholz C.O.R.D. Inc. Caleb Dean Band Carol and Harry Cebron Chippen Nails West The Club at Pradera Kathy Cole George and Marla Coleman Colorado & Company- 9 News Colorado Tour Line, LLC Conundrum Technologies Country Club of the Rockies Crazy Mountain Brewery Cross Propane Gas & Supply, Inc. Lisa and Doug Currey The Cycle Effect Mary and David Davies Kristen and Brian Davis Davis Excavating DaVita Bridge of Life - Project Cure Denver Botanic Gardens Denver Center for the Performing Arts Mary Ann Dodson Sue Dorf Margaret and Cleive Dumas Dunkin’ Donuts eat! drink! EDGE Restaurant Elements Day Spa Paul Ferzacca Flame Restaurant Fred Emich Cynthia Engles Evergreen Crystal Inc. The Ferguson Family Regina and Kyle Fink Terry and John Forester Matt Franklin Grace and Steve Gamble Giuliana Imports Glenwood Adventure Company Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park Go Photo Booth Georgia and Donald Gogel Sophia Graefenhain Grand Junction Pipe & Supply Guitar Center Jane E. Hall Nick Haley Dr. Lia Gore and Dr. Frank Haluska Hasbro, Inc. Hermes Group Michael Hermes Suzanne Hoffman Holland & Hart, LLP Ron and Kathy Iverson J. Cotter Gallery Jane and Gregory Johnson JetBlue Airways Chad Juros

Kids Cottage KOTA Longboards Jennelle and Robert Krissel Kroenke Sports Marjorie and Lawrence Kyte La Biblioteca de Tequilia La Tour Martin Lambuth Dianne C. Leeb John R Ley Law Office Kelly Liken Rebecca Loth-Luetke and Joe Luetke Longboard Key Club Mary Lamb Lucas Melanna and Jean Marcellot Margs Matsuhisa Edison Mays Jr. Chef Anthony Mazza McMahan and Associates, LLC Elise and Victor Micati Milkhaus LLC Mischer Investments LP Troy and Andrea Modlin Pauline and Howard Morrison Mountain Beverage Vishwatej Nath Nature-Watch Northside Kitchen & Coffee Old Gypsum Printer Sally and Richard O’Loughlin Optimum Events Co. Patterson Medical Petals and Pours Pinecones Pink Fog Photography Plaid Enterprises, Inc. Platinum Plyman & Associates Primary Colors Painting Jeff Puckett Sean Razee Restaurant Kelly Liken Bill Richardson The Ritz-Carlton, Bachelor Gulch RMB Painting, Inc. Susan and Richard Rogel Russell’s Smokehouse Ruth Johnson and Kris Sabel SBP Scout Vail, LLC School Specialty Supply SAX Carole Schragen SeriousFun Children’s Network, Inc. Rick Smith Snooze Leslie-Ann Murray and Martin Tacon Tamayo Ann and Joel Thompson Jody Tovar Tomina Townsend Utility Aviation Vail Honeywagon, Inc. Vail Mountain Lodge & Spa Vail Valley Foundation Vail Valley Jet Center Vail Valley Medical Center

Vail Valley Pharmacy Valley Girl Boutique Valrhona Lindsey Vonn Vista at Arrowhead Sharon and Paul Wagner Wagner Equipment Wagner Rents, Gypsum Walmart - Western Slope Market Susan and Tom Washing Karin and Bob Weber Heather Weems Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. Western Slope Laundry Company Whittaker Landscape, Inc. Kristy and Bill Woolfolk Wyndham Vacation Ownership, Inc. Yours Truly Cupcake Zino Ristorante

Tribute and Memorial Gifts Remembering and celebrating friends of Roundup River Ranch in whose memory or honor gifts to camp were made, and recognizing the individuals who supported these tributes. In honor of Grant Abbott: The Abbott Family, Colt MacGregor In honor of Erik Ammidown: Towers Watson In honor of Aike Amsby: Kerry Brown

In honor of Doe Browning and all the work she has done for Roundup River Ranch: Nancy and John Hogan In memory of Pam Van Burk: Shelie and Rick Gustafson, CH2M Hill Engineers, Inc. In honor of Ron and Christina Byrnes: David M. Cohen MD In honor of The Campbell Family: Alex Quinones, Lia Gore, and Frank Haluska In honor of Jenna Ceraso: Mr. Mark Ceraso In honor of David Cohen, MD: Arlene and John Dayton, Maureen and David Cross In honor of Steve A. Cohen: Mr. Douglas Spector In honor of The Cohen Family: Alex Quinones, Lia Gore, and Frank Haluska In honor of Trent and Kathy Cole: Christopher Rebich, Camille Canzone and Ron Tarrson In memory of Louise Cole: Anonymous In honor of George Coleman class of 1964: Sandra and Marvin Goldberg, Terry Herman, Susan Burstein, Leonard Schultz, Johanna Gettinger

In memory of Martin Asumang-Birikorang: Ainslie Peters

In honor of Marla and George Coleman: Emily D’Auria, Susan and John Carlyle, Judith and Clifford Spanierman, Neil Sutter, Cornerstone Financial Advisors, LLC, Karin and Bob Weber

In honor of Don Bissett: Marita Bledsoe

In honor of Brock Cooper: Lorrie Johnson

In honor of Marita Bledsoe: The Sagels, Lisa Meltzer

In honor of Jamie Crook: The Crook Family

In honor of The Boynton Family: Alex Quinones, Lia Gore, and Frank Haluska

In honor of Lori and Ron Crotty: Barb and Kent Sather

In memory of June Brammer: Mark Brammer, Karen and Robert Peterson, Jane Hall

In honor of Sam Cueto: John Attwood

In honor of The Angiolillo/Downing Family: Alex Quinones, Lia Gore, and Frank Haluska

In honor of Suzanne Broski: Towers Watson In honor of Ty Brown: Kerry Brown

In memory of Daniel B. Culver: Christina Culver, Cara Reil, Maxine and Charles Gleicher, Harriet Iglehart, Montaneros Condominium Association, Doe Browning, Margaret and Walter Brewster, Mary Watriss, Ann Jackson

“I don’t have to be afraid of new things. I spent a lot of my life being afraid of new adventures because of the ‘unknown’, but all you have to have is 20 seconds of courage and it is all worth the adventure!” -Roundup River Ranch Camper Roundup River Ranch 2014 Annual Report

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The healing power of philanthropy

At Roundup River Ranch, we are fortunate to receive the generous support from hundreds of individuals, corporations, and foundations from around the country. Each donor has a special story to share about why they got involved, why camp matters to them. For Pat and Pete Frechette, longtime donors to Roundup River Ranch, their story is one that spans generations; they’ve been inspired to give because they want to help heal our campers and their families. At camp, we often talk about “the healing power of laughter” or “the healing power of camp”. Pat and Pete use this concept to drive their philanthropy; it’s the reason they give to Roundup River Ranch. They want their support to make a direct impact in the lives of the children and families served – they strive to help campers find happiness through camp. “There’s a healing power of donating to support Roundup River Ranch,” said Pete. “I know that my gifts make a tremendous difference to the children and families served at Roundup River Ranch. We’re able to encourage healing in a unique way that isn’t possible at other organizations – we’re supporting fun, laughter, self-confidence, and other tangible benefits that continue long after the session ends.” Pat and Pete leave camp inspired every time they visit. As they see a smile on the face of a child who hasn’t smiled in quite some time or watch a camper conquer his fears on the climbing wall, they know that their support is encouraging the healing power of laughter and love at camp. The Frechette’s generosity has inspired a family-wide philanthropic commitment to Roundup River Ranch. Pat and Pete’s daughter Kristy Woolfolk serves on the Roundup River Ranch Board of Directors, grandson Tucker Woolfolk has volunteered at camp, and they have even turned a family reunion into a volunteer day at Roundup River Ranch. While retired, Pete has also encouraged the involvement of his former company, Patterson Medical; Patterson makes substantial in-kind donations of medical supplies to Camp annually, ensuring we have the medical supplies needed to care for campers. We offer our sincerest thanks and gratitude to the Frechette family for inspiring a legacy of philanthropy at Roundup River Ranch.

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In memory of Helen and Bill Dailey: Sheila Dailey

In honor of Terry and John Forester: Alex Quinones, Lia Gore, and Frank Haluska

In honor of Susie Davis: Katie and MikeSantambrogio

In memory of Gerald Gallegos: Amy Woodworth

In honor of Melissa DeHaan: David Kime

In honor of John and Linda Galvin: Pat and William Hammon

In honor of Chelle Dillabough: Towers Watson

In honor of Ali Garrett’s Marriage: Sheri and Tom Schweizer

In honor of Cleive and Peggy Dumas: Judy and Tom Pecsok, Lucille Syracus

In honor of Laura France and Chris Garrison: Alex Quinones, Lia Gore, and Frank Haluska

In honor of Heather Dumas: Towers Watson

In honor of Ben Gill: Holly Gill

In honor of Frank Haluska and Lindsey Dunlap: Alex Quinones, Lia Gore, and Frank Haluska

In honor of The Giller Family: Alex Quinones, Lia Gore, and Frank Haluska

In honor of The Dunning/Sondermann Family: Alex Quinones, Lia Gore, and Frank Haluska In honor of The Eckhardt/Britt Family: Alex Quinones, Lia Gore, and Frank Haluska In honor of Kathryn Elkins: Nancy Bedlington and Robert Elkins In honor of Robert Elkins: Nancy Bedlington In honor of Ellis Santambrogio: Katie and Mike Santambrogio In honor of Sarah England: Alex Quinones, Lia Gore, and Frank Haluska In honor of Dave and Marty Erb: Molly Hemenway In honor of Declan Ericksen: Leonard and Judy Arnold In honor of Eva Ericksen: Leonard and Judy Arnold In honor of Dr. Kyle and Regina Fink: C. Thomas and Katherine H. Whitman Fund In honor of Regina Fink’s Birthday: Stacy Fischer In honor of Ali Fisher: The Sagels, Lisa Meltzer In honor of Craig Foley: Beracha Family Charitable Gift Fund In honor of The Forbes Family: Alex Quinones, Lia Gore, and Frank Haluska In honor of Amanda Ford: Georgia and Charles Baker In honor of John and Terry Forester: George Blackford

In honor of Lou and Edie Gitlin: Anne Smith In honor of Dr. Lia Gore: Katherine and Steve Wellington In honor of Norman Gore: Alex Quinones, Lia Gore, and Frank Haluska In honor of Warren and Kiki Gore: Alex Quinones, Lia Gore, and Frank Haluska In honor of The Gore/Fischman Family: Alex Quinones, Lia Gore, and Frank Haluska In memory of Ben Gradison: Britta Volz In honor of Shelie Gustafson: Helen Resnik, Towers Watson In honor of Jane Hall: Anonymous, Joseph Leighty In honor of Lia Gore and Frank Haluska: Judy Kinkade In honor of The Handler Family: Alex Quinones, Lia Gore, and Frank Haluska In memory of Natalia Hanks: Clyde Hanks In memory of Chris Hanna: Kathy and Bradley Lichtenheld In memory of Dr. William Hardin: Frances and Billy Washburne In honor of Hal and Del Haron: Austen and Nathan Brown In honor of Jane Healy’s Birthday: Karin and Bob Weber In honor of Molly Hemenway: Vincent Saturnino In honor of Jo Gurnee: Austen and Nathan Brown

FROM

In honor of June Gulick: Austen and Nathan Brown

In honor of The Kaplan Family: Alex Quinones, Lia Gore, and Frank Haluska

In honor of The Maloney Family: Alex Quinones, Lia Gore, and Frank Haluska

In memory of Uncle Bert Monteverde: Anonymous

In honor of Kobby Hoffman: Austen and Nathan Brown

In honor of Tim and Barbara Kelley: Tokuko and William Chapin

In honor of Les Maness: Daphne Horvath

In honor of Anne Murray: Nancy Bedlington and Robert Elkins

In honor of Kristen Holden: Alex Quinones, Lia Gore, and Frank Haluska

In honor of Anne Kersey : Alex Quinones, Lia Gore, and Frank Haluska

In honor of Oliver, Kinnon, Alli, Deb, Matt, and Mariella: Judy Foley

In honor of D. Ormseth: Alex Quinones, Lia Gore, and Frank Haluska

In honor of Bob Holmes: Judith Holmes

In honor of Judy and Tyler Kinkade: Alex Quinones, Lia Gore, and Frank Haluska

In honor of Fran and David Horvitz: Sara and Aron Neuhaus

In honor of Alyson and Rochelle Kinkade-Russell: Alex Quinones, Lia Gore, and Frank Haluska

In memory of Charles Hoskins: Anonymous In honor of Dan and Marilyn Hoyme: Mary and Jeffrey Krivit In honor of Margaret Itami: Alex Quinones, Lia Gore, and Frank Haluska In honor of Gould and Ivy: Alex Quinones, Lia Gore, and Frank Haluska In honor of Julie James: Rick James

In honor of The Knapp Family: Alex Quinones, Lia Gore, and Frank Haluska In honor of D. Kotsovos: Alex Quinones, Lia Gore, and Frank Haluska In honor of The Kotsovos Family: Alex Quinones, Lia Gore, and Frank Haluska In honor of Susan Lambertson: Alex Quinones, Lia Gore, and Frank Haluska

In honor of Katherine Johnson: Towers Watson In honor of Lorrie Johnson: Brock Cooper

In honor of The Lambertson Family: Alex Quinones, Lia Gore, and Frank Haluska In honor of Dianne Leeb: Dennis W. Driver

In honor of Ruth Johnson: Betsy and Dennis Cheroutes In honor of The Johnston Family: Alex Quinones, Lia Gore, and Frank Haluska In honor of Doug Jones: Towers Watson

In honor of The Leong Family: Alex Quinones, Lia Gore, and Frank Haluska In memory of Adrian Lozoya: AlpinAire Healthcare In honor of Joan and Ron Maclachlan: The Sheilds Family Charitable Fund

In memory of Mrs. Eleanor C. Jones: Frances and Billy Washburne In honor of Barbara Kallay: Towers Watson

In honor of Alison Knapp: Karin and Bob Weber

In honor of Michael MacLauchlan: Joanne Malisani and Michael MacLauchlan

In memory of David Marino: Rita and Kenneth Lewis In honor of Jack, Townes, and Dylan McGuirk: Ann Volz In honor of Joe McKinney’s birthday : Dianne C. Leeb In honor of Cullen McReynolds: Jennifer Prantl In memory of Baby McReynolds: Patricia Zickefoose

In honor of The Pane/Hunger Family: Alex Quinones, Lia Gore, and Frank Haluska In honor of Mr. and Mrs. G.C. Payne: Alex Quinones, Lia Gore, and Frank Haluska In honor of Dr. and Mrs. W. Powles: Alex Quinones, Lia Gore, and Frank Haluska In honor of Julia Rentz: Rebecca Renz, Herman Gonzales, Rose and Alaric Renz In honor of Daniel Riggs : Sharon and Daniel Riggs

In honor of Ari Meltzer: Anonymous, The Sagels

In honor of the Roundup River Ranch Medical Team: Lisa Meltzer, Cliff Unger

In honor of Evan Meltzer: Anonymous

In honor of all Roundup River Ranch Staff: Justin Denham

In honor of Stephen Meswarb: Patricia Zickefoose

In honor of all Roundup River Ranch Volunteers: Maureen and David Cross

In honor of The Mikich/Narkewicz Family: Alex Quinones, Lia Gore, and Frank Haluska In memory of Justin Miller: Justin Denham In memory of Elizabeth Mary Millus: Mia F. D’Angelo, Pamela Millus-Bobinis In memory of David Mitchell: Mary Gedney In honor of Michael Montag: Arleen Montag

In memory of Lu Sacks: Phyllis and David Lersch In honor of The Sala Family: Alex Quinones, Lia Gore, and Frank Haluska In honor of Kerry Santamborgio: Katie and Mike Santambrogio In honor of Katie Santambrogio: Carla Guarascio, Mike Santambrogio, Jodi and Kenneth Teague

We have reviewed the names that are listed carefully. However, if you find an inadvertent error or omission, please accept our apologies in advance and contact us at 970.748.9983 extension 6 so that we may correct our records. Roundup River Ranch 2014 Annual Report

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The healing power of philanthropy

At Roundup River Ranch, we are fortunate to receive the generous support from hundreds of individuals, corporations, and foundations from around the country. Each donor has a special story to share about why they got involved, why camp matters to them. For Pat and Pete Frechette, longtime donors to Roundup River Ranch, their story is one that spans generations; they’ve been inspired to give because they want to help heal our campers and their families. At camp, we often talk about “the healing power of laughter” or “the healing power of camp”. Pat and Pete use this concept to drive their philanthropy; it’s the reason they give to Roundup River Ranch. They want their support to make a direct impact in the lives of the children and families served – they strive to help campers find happiness through camp. “There’s a healing power of donating to support Roundup River Ranch,” said Pete. “I know that my gifts make a tremendous difference to the children and families served at Roundup River Ranch. We’re able to encourage healing in a unique way that isn’t possible at other organizations – we’re supporting fun, laughter, self-confidence, and other tangible benefits that continue long after the session ends.” Pat and Pete leave camp inspired every time they visit. As they see a smile on the face of a child who hasn’t smiled in quite some time or watch a camper conquer his fears on the climbing wall, they know that their support is encouraging the healing power of laughter and love at camp. The Frechette’s generosity has inspired a family-wide philanthropic commitment to Roundup River Ranch. Pat and Pete’s daughter Kristy Woolfolk serves on the Roundup River Ranch Board of Directors, grandson Tucker Woolfolk has volunteered at camp, and they have even turned a family reunion into a volunteer day at Roundup River Ranch. While retired, Pete has also encouraged the involvement of his former company, Patterson Medical; Patterson makes substantial in-kind donations of medical supplies to Camp annually, ensuring we have the medical supplies needed to care for campers. We offer our sincerest thanks and gratitude to the Frechette family for inspiring a legacy of philanthropy at Roundup River Ranch.

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In memory of Helen and Bill Dailey: Sheila Dailey

In honor of Terry and John Forester: Alex Quinones, Lia Gore, and Frank Haluska

In honor of Susie Davis: Katie and MikeSantambrogio

In memory of Gerald Gallegos: Amy Woodworth

In honor of Melissa DeHaan: David Kime

In honor of John and Linda Galvin: Pat and William Hammon

In honor of Chelle Dillabough: Towers Watson

In honor of Ali Garrett’s Marriage: Sheri and Tom Schweizer

In honor of Cleive and Peggy Dumas: Judy and Tom Pecsok, Lucille Syracus

In honor of Laura France and Chris Garrison: Alex Quinones, Lia Gore, and Frank Haluska

In honor of Heather Dumas: Towers Watson

In honor of Ben Gill: Holly Gill

In honor of Frank Haluska and Lindsey Dunlap: Alex Quinones, Lia Gore, and Frank Haluska

In honor of The Giller Family: Alex Quinones, Lia Gore, and Frank Haluska

In honor of The Dunning/Sondermann Family: Alex Quinones, Lia Gore, and Frank Haluska In honor of The Eckhardt/Britt Family: Alex Quinones, Lia Gore, and Frank Haluska In honor of Kathryn Elkins: Nancy Bedlington and Robert Elkins In honor of Robert Elkins: Nancy Bedlington In honor of Ellis Santambrogio: Katie and Mike Santambrogio In honor of Sarah England: Alex Quinones, Lia Gore, and Frank Haluska In honor of Dave and Marty Erb: Molly Hemenway In honor of Declan Ericksen: Leonard and Judy Arnold In honor of Eva Ericksen: Leonard and Judy Arnold In honor of Dr. Kyle and Regina Fink: C. Thomas and Katherine H. Whitman Fund In honor of Regina Fink’s Birthday: Stacy Fischer In honor of Ali Fisher: The Sagels, Lisa Meltzer In honor of Craig Foley: Beracha Family Charitable Gift Fund In honor of The Forbes Family: Alex Quinones, Lia Gore, and Frank Haluska In honor of Amanda Ford: Georgia and Charles Baker In honor of John and Terry Forester: George Blackford

In honor of Lou and Edie Gitlin: Anne Smith In honor of Dr. Lia Gore: Katherine and Steve Wellington In honor of Norman Gore: Alex Quinones, Lia Gore, and Frank Haluska In honor of Warren and Kiki Gore: Alex Quinones, Lia Gore, and Frank Haluska In honor of The Gore/Fischman Family: Alex Quinones, Lia Gore, and Frank Haluska In memory of Ben Gradison: Britta Volz In honor of Shelie Gustafson: Helen Resnik, Towers Watson In honor of Jane Hall: Anonymous, Joseph Leighty In honor of Lia Gore and Frank Haluska: Judy Kinkade In honor of The Handler Family: Alex Quinones, Lia Gore, and Frank Haluska In memory of Natalia Hanks: Clyde Hanks In memory of Chris Hanna: Kathy and Bradley Lichtenheld In memory of Dr. William Hardin: Frances and Billy Washburne In honor of Hal and Del Haron: Austen and Nathan Brown In honor of Jane Healy’s Birthday: Karin and Bob Weber In honor of Molly Hemenway: Vincent Saturnino In honor of Jo Gurnee: Austen and Nathan Brown

FROM

In honor of June Gulick: Austen and Nathan Brown

In honor of The Kaplan Family: Alex Quinones, Lia Gore, and Frank Haluska

In honor of The Maloney Family: Alex Quinones, Lia Gore, and Frank Haluska

In memory of Uncle Bert Monteverde: Anonymous

In honor of Kobby Hoffman: Austen and Nathan Brown

In honor of Tim and Barbara Kelley: Tokuko and William Chapin

In honor of Les Maness: Daphne Horvath

In honor of Anne Murray: Nancy Bedlington and Robert Elkins

In honor of Kristen Holden: Alex Quinones, Lia Gore, and Frank Haluska

In honor of Anne Kersey : Alex Quinones, Lia Gore, and Frank Haluska

In honor of Oliver, Kinnon, Alli, Deb, Matt, and Mariella: Judy Foley

In honor of D. Ormseth: Alex Quinones, Lia Gore, and Frank Haluska

In honor of Bob Holmes: Judith Holmes

In honor of Judy and Tyler Kinkade: Alex Quinones, Lia Gore, and Frank Haluska

In honor of Fran and David Horvitz: Sara and Aron Neuhaus

In honor of Alyson and Rochelle Kinkade-Russell: Alex Quinones, Lia Gore, and Frank Haluska

In memory of Charles Hoskins: Anonymous In honor of Dan and Marilyn Hoyme: Mary and Jeffrey Krivit In honor of Margaret Itami: Alex Quinones, Lia Gore, and Frank Haluska In honor of Gould and Ivy: Alex Quinones, Lia Gore, and Frank Haluska In honor of Julie James: Rick James

In honor of The Knapp Family: Alex Quinones, Lia Gore, and Frank Haluska In honor of D. Kotsovos: Alex Quinones, Lia Gore, and Frank Haluska In honor of The Kotsovos Family: Alex Quinones, Lia Gore, and Frank Haluska In honor of Susan Lambertson: Alex Quinones, Lia Gore, and Frank Haluska

In honor of Katherine Johnson: Towers Watson In honor of Lorrie Johnson: Brock Cooper

In honor of The Lambertson Family: Alex Quinones, Lia Gore, and Frank Haluska In honor of Dianne Leeb: Dennis W. Driver

In honor of Ruth Johnson: Betsy and Dennis Cheroutes In honor of The Johnston Family: Alex Quinones, Lia Gore, and Frank Haluska In honor of Doug Jones: Towers Watson

In honor of The Leong Family: Alex Quinones, Lia Gore, and Frank Haluska In memory of Adrian Lozoya: AlpinAire Healthcare In honor of Joan and Ron Maclachlan: The Sheilds Family Charitable Fund

In memory of Mrs. Eleanor C. Jones: Frances and Billy Washburne In honor of Barbara Kallay: Towers Watson

In honor of Alison Knapp: Karin and Bob Weber

In honor of Michael MacLauchlan: Joanne Malisani and Michael MacLauchlan

In memory of David Marino: Rita and Kenneth Lewis In honor of Jack, Townes, and Dylan McGuirk: Ann Volz In honor of Joe McKinney’s birthday : Dianne C. Leeb In honor of Cullen McReynolds: Jennifer Prantl In memory of Baby McReynolds: Patricia Zickefoose

In honor of The Pane/Hunger Family: Alex Quinones, Lia Gore, and Frank Haluska In honor of Mr. and Mrs. G.C. Payne: Alex Quinones, Lia Gore, and Frank Haluska In honor of Dr. and Mrs. W. Powles: Alex Quinones, Lia Gore, and Frank Haluska In honor of Julia Rentz: Rebecca Renz, Herman Gonzales, Rose and Alaric Renz In honor of Daniel Riggs : Sharon and Daniel Riggs

In honor of Ari Meltzer: Anonymous, The Sagels

In honor of the Roundup River Ranch Medical Team: Lisa Meltzer, Cliff Unger

In honor of Evan Meltzer: Anonymous

In honor of all Roundup River Ranch Staff: Justin Denham

In honor of Stephen Meswarb: Patricia Zickefoose

In honor of all Roundup River Ranch Volunteers: Maureen and David Cross

In honor of The Mikich/Narkewicz Family: Alex Quinones, Lia Gore, and Frank Haluska In memory of Justin Miller: Justin Denham In memory of Elizabeth Mary Millus: Mia F. D’Angelo, Pamela Millus-Bobinis In memory of David Mitchell: Mary Gedney In honor of Michael Montag: Arleen Montag

In memory of Lu Sacks: Phyllis and David Lersch In honor of The Sala Family: Alex Quinones, Lia Gore, and Frank Haluska In honor of Kerry Santamborgio: Katie and Mike Santambrogio In honor of Katie Santambrogio: Carla Guarascio, Mike Santambrogio, Jodi and Kenneth Teague

We have reviewed the names that are listed carefully. However, if you find an inadvertent error or omission, please accept our apologies in advance and contact us at 970.748.9983 extension 6 so that we may correct our records. Roundup River Ranch 2014 Annual Report

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In honor of Mike Santambrogio: Katie Santambrogio In honor of David Sather: Barb and Kent Sather In honor of Candace and Michael Schnurr: Joshua Gouker In honor of Eva Schultz: Anonymous, Jane LeNoue, Melissa Lisenbe, The Mallick Family, Stephanie and Jeff Schultz

In honor of Russell Cunningham, Isabelle Pascale, Annie Pascale, Katie Cross, Sarah and Richard Wiltshire: Mr. and Mrs. Russell D. Cunningham In honor of Tanner Zerr: Stacy and Randy Zerr In honor of Nancy and Harold Zirkin: Wendy and John Wall

In honor of Jeff Schultz: Stephanie Schultz

In honor of Harold Zirkin’s 70th Birthday: David M. Cohen, MD, Judy and Michael Lacher, Barbara and Bob Rosen, The Segal Family Gifting Fund, Elizabeth and David Stern

In honor of Mary and Kurt Shafer: Alex Quinones, Lia Gore, and Frank Haluska

In honor of Nancy Zirkin’s Birthday: Judy and Michael Lacher

In honor of The Shelton Family: Alex Quinones, Lia Gore, and Frank Haluska In honor of V. Shelton: Alex Quinones, Lia Gore, and Frank Haluska In honor of Lori Sokol: Ronald and Lori Sokol In honor of Nathan Woodliff-Stanley: Patricia Zickefoose In honor of Dan and Julie Steiner: Michael Strasburg In honor of Jessie Steinmetz: William Mitchell In honor of Liz and David Stern: Groveman Family Charitable Fund, Renee and Bill Selan In memory of Matt Stevenson: Debbie and Thomas Stevenson In memory of Josephine Sophie Turner: Elizabeth and David Stern In honor of Evie and Tommy Ugval: Anonymous In honor of Tom Walker: Sarah Walker In honor of The Wellington Family: Alex Quinones, Lia Gore, and Frank Haluska In honor of The Wilkening Family: Alex Quinones, Lia Gore, and Frank Haluska In honor of Stan Willie: Towers Watson

Leadership and Partners Board of Directors (through October 31, 2014) Chair Lia Gore, MD Co-Vice Chairs Laurie Galbreath Dick O’Loughlin Treasurer George Coleman Secretary Donna Martin Directors Pamela Selle Bard Tim Beyer, JD Cliff Buchholz Jan Burrow Betsy Cheroutes Steven A. Cohen Kathy Cole Marla Coleman Ida S. and Wiley Y. Daniel Mary Davies Monique Davis Andrew Duke Cindy Engles Kathy Ferguson John Gates Georgia Wall Gogel, JD Shelie Gustafson Rick Hermes Drew Hollenbeck Michael Imperi Lynn Janklow Greg V. Johnson Joan and Ron Maclachlan Sally O’Loughlin Rebecca Riff Kenneth Siegel, JD Julie H. and Hugh Sullivan Matt Teeters Bev and Bruce Wagner Carole Watters Dianne Woodruff Kristy Woolfolk Joni and Scott Wylie Ex-Officio John Forester Ruth B. Johnson, JD Camp Founder Alison Knapp Honorary Chairpersons* President Gerald R. Ford and Mrs. Betty Ford *In Memoriam

Medical Partners Founder’s Circle Recognizing visionary supporters whose gifts have established a secure foundation for Roundup River Ranch campers in the past, present, and future. T. Denny Sanford Knapp Mandell Family Hermes Group David and Francie Horvitz The Ferguson Family Gates Frontier Fund Frechette Family Foundation Kathy and Trent Cole Paul Newman/Newman’s Own Foundation The Foley Family The Jazzbird Foundation The Gogel Family

Advisory Committee Co-Chairs Lynn Janklow Sally and Dick O’Loughlin Committee Members Brenda and Derik Allerton Marilyn Augur Catherine Bennett and Fred Frailey Karen Berndt Stacy and Michael Brown Doe Browning Glory and Michael Burns Jeri and Charlie Campisi Geraldine R. Cohen David M. Cohen, MD Kelly Liken and Rick Colomitz Joanne and Jack Crosby Susie Davis Jane and Reed Eberly Kathleen and Jack Eck, MD Helen and Chris Edwards Paula and David Edwards Regina and Kyle Fink, MD Pat and Pete Frechette Suzanne Gallegos Linda and John Galvin Grace and Steve Gamble Mary and James Hagen Margie and Mike Hamrick Dustin Hansen Jane and Tom Healy Judith and Robert Holmes Fran Good Horvitz and David Horvitz John Hostetter Karen and Dennett Hutchinson, JD Don Janklow Diana and Jim Kaylor Barbara and Tim Kelley Alison and Kim Knapp Laine and Merv Lapin Sandy and Charles Lloyd

Medical Advisory Committee Karen and Walter Loewenstern Regina and James Lorenzen Gail and Jay Mahoney Donna Meyer Bob Moroney Karen and Jim Morter Pamela Norris Candace Palmer Lisa and Dave Pease Sue Ann and John Peck Suzi and Don Perozzi Pam and Ben Peternell Steve and Carolyn Pope Gretchen and Robert Ravenscroft Jay and Amy Regan Anne Roberts T. Denny Sanford Suzanne and Bernard Scharf Debbie and Jim Schultz Carole and Peter Segal Beth and Rodney Slifer Robert Solan Brooke and Martin Stein William Sterett, MD Elizabeth and David Stern Sean Ugrin Susan and Tom Washing Karin and Robert Weber Jennifer and David White Nancy and Don Wiese Kim and Steve Winesett Nancy and Harold Zirkin

Current Staff President & CEO Ruth Johnson, JD River Road 8333 Colorado Gypsum, CO 81637

Lauren Andersen, BSN, RN, CEN Tammy Argenbright Austen Brown Marita Bledsoe, MD Sarah Braucht Jenika Doberstein Cathy Ethington Kacy Franklin-Popovich Steve Giangiulio Jo Jaynes Shawn Kirschner Sterling Leija Olivia Pallissard Jay Pratt Katie Santambrogio Lora Schwindt Betsy Seeger Christian Torres Britta Volz Emma Whiting

Chair Lia Gore, MD, FAAP

Members At-Large Lauren Andersen, BSN, RN, CEN Alison Artico DuMond, CPNP-AC Lalit Bajaj, MD Mindy Banks, MD Emily Barr, CPNP, CNM Terri Bisio, RN Marita Bledsoe, MD Jeff Brown, MD Robert Casey, PhD Wendy Cook, MD Edwin DeZoeten, MD Laura Dorneman, RN Katherine Dueber, MD Monica Federico, MD Elizabeth Gibson, PNP Patricia J. Hammon, RN Michael Handler, MD Molly Hemenway, RN, PNP Karen Hill, RN, PNP Ed Hoffenberg, MD Roger Hollister, MD Ruth Johnson, JD Meena Julapalli, MD David Kaplan, MD Kelly Knupp, MD Kyle Kusek, MD Juliane Lee, MD Sterling Leija Deb Liptzin, MD Arthur Liu, MD Kelly Maloney, MD Dennis Matthews, MD Lisa Meltzer, PhD Jerrod Milton, RpH Gregory Miranda, MD Michael Narkewicz, MD Rachelle Nuss, MD Carla Oliver, MSW, CCLS Bethany Rippe, CCLS Adam A. Rosenberg, MD Jason Soden, MD Ronald Sokol, MD Liz Solan, MD Ted Stathos, MD Natalie Vona, PhD Keith M. Weisz, MD Adel Younoszai, MD Julie Zimbelman, MD

Founding Partner Hospital

Children’s Hospital Colorado/ University of Colorado Cancer Center Hospital Affiliation Roundup River Ranch Children's Hospital Colorado Children's Hospital Colorado Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children at P/SL Children's Hospital Colorado Children's Hospital Colorado Roundup River Ranch Vail Valley Medical Center Children's Hospital Colorado SeriousFun Children's Network Children's Hospital Colorado Doernbecher Children's Hospital Carbon Valley Medical Center Children's Hospital Colorado Children's Hospital Colorado Roundup River Ranch Children's Hospital Colorado Children's Hospital Colorado Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children at P/SL Children's Hospital Colorado Children's Hospital Colorado Roundup River Ranch Children's Hospital Colorado Children's Hospital Colorado Children's Hospital Colorado Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children at P/SL Roundup River Ranch Children's Hospital Colorado Children's Hospital Colorado Children's Hospital Colorado Children's Hospital Colorado National Jewish Health Children's Hospital Colorado Vail Valley Medical Center Children's Hospital Colorado Children's Hospital Colorado Children's Hospital Colorado Children's Hospital Colorado Children's Hospital Colorado Children's Hospital Colorado Children's Hospital Colorado Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children at P/SL Rocky Mountain Pediatric Gastronenterology Children's Hospital Colorado Children's Hospital Colorado Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children at P/SL

Partner Hospitals

camper ambassadors Roundup River Ranch is proud to introduce you to our Camper Ambassadors, a group of 15 campers and their families who help share the magic of camp throughout the community. We couldn’t be more excited to recognize this group of talented, committed, and enthusiastic campers. Alexander - Centennial, CO Alicia - Lakewood, CO Adoja - Aurora, CO Ashtyn - Lamar, CO Declan - Westminster, CO Elizabeth - Westminster, CO Hannah - Fort Collins, CO Madison - Westminster, CO Ke’von - Denver, CO Jenna - Centennial, CO Reegan - Westminster, CO Ryan - Parker, CO Tashena - Cannon City, CO Will - Englewood, CO Zakary - Loveland, CO

“At camp I learned that I can be anyone I want to be because ‘those who mind don’t matter, and those who matter don’t mind.’” -Roundup River Ranch Camper 27 Roundup River Ranch 2014 Annual Report

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In honor of Mike Santambrogio: Katie Santambrogio In honor of David Sather: Barb and Kent Sather In honor of Candace and Michael Schnurr: Joshua Gouker In honor of Eva Schultz: Anonymous, Jane LeNoue, Melissa Lisenbe, The Mallick Family, Stephanie and Jeff Schultz

In honor of Russell Cunningham, Isabelle Pascale, Annie Pascale, Katie Cross, Sarah and Richard Wiltshire: Mr. and Mrs. Russell D. Cunningham In honor of Tanner Zerr: Stacy and Randy Zerr In honor of Nancy and Harold Zirkin: Wendy and John Wall

In honor of Jeff Schultz: Stephanie Schultz

In honor of Harold Zirkin’s 70th Birthday: David M. Cohen, MD, Judy and Michael Lacher, Barbara and Bob Rosen, The Segal Family Gifting Fund, Elizabeth and David Stern

In honor of Mary and Kurt Shafer: Alex Quinones, Lia Gore, and Frank Haluska

In honor of Nancy Zirkin’s Birthday: Judy and Michael Lacher

In honor of The Shelton Family: Alex Quinones, Lia Gore, and Frank Haluska In honor of V. Shelton: Alex Quinones, Lia Gore, and Frank Haluska In honor of Lori Sokol: Ronald and Lori Sokol In honor of Nathan Woodliff-Stanley: Patricia Zickefoose In honor of Dan and Julie Steiner: Michael Strasburg In honor of Jessie Steinmetz: William Mitchell In honor of Liz and David Stern: Groveman Family Charitable Fund, Renee and Bill Selan In memory of Matt Stevenson: Debbie and Thomas Stevenson In memory of Josephine Sophie Turner: Elizabeth and David Stern In honor of Evie and Tommy Ugval: Anonymous In honor of Tom Walker: Sarah Walker In honor of The Wellington Family: Alex Quinones, Lia Gore, and Frank Haluska In honor of The Wilkening Family: Alex Quinones, Lia Gore, and Frank Haluska In honor of Stan Willie: Towers Watson

Leadership and Partners Board of Directors (through October 31, 2014) Chair Lia Gore, MD Co-Vice Chairs Laurie Galbreath Dick O’Loughlin Treasurer George Coleman Secretary Donna Martin Directors Pamela Selle Bard Tim Beyer, JD Cliff Buchholz Jan Burrow Betsy Cheroutes Steven A. Cohen Kathy Cole Marla Coleman Ida S. and Wiley Y. Daniel Mary Davies Monique Davis Andrew Duke Cindy Engles Kathy Ferguson John Gates Georgia Wall Gogel, JD Shelie Gustafson Rick Hermes Drew Hollenbeck Michael Imperi Lynn Janklow Greg V. Johnson Joan and Ron Maclachlan Sally O’Loughlin Rebecca Riff Kenneth Siegel, JD Julie H. and Hugh Sullivan Matt Teeters Bev and Bruce Wagner Carole Watters Dianne Woodruff Kristy Woolfolk Joni and Scott Wylie Ex-Officio John Forester Ruth B. Johnson, JD Camp Founder Alison Knapp Honorary Chairpersons* President Gerald R. Ford and Mrs. Betty Ford *In Memoriam

Medical Partners Founder’s Circle Recognizing visionary supporters whose gifts have established a secure foundation for Roundup River Ranch campers in the past, present, and future. T. Denny Sanford Knapp Mandell Family Hermes Group David and Francie Horvitz The Ferguson Family Gates Frontier Fund Frechette Family Foundation Kathy and Trent Cole Paul Newman/Newman’s Own Foundation The Foley Family The Jazzbird Foundation The Gogel Family

Advisory Committee Co-Chairs Lynn Janklow Sally and Dick O’Loughlin Committee Members Brenda and Derik Allerton Marilyn Augur Catherine Bennett and Fred Frailey Karen Berndt Stacy and Michael Brown Doe Browning Glory and Michael Burns Jeri and Charlie Campisi Geraldine R. Cohen David M. Cohen, MD Kelly Liken and Rick Colomitz Joanne and Jack Crosby Susie Davis Jane and Reed Eberly Kathleen and Jack Eck, MD Helen and Chris Edwards Paula and David Edwards Regina and Kyle Fink, MD Pat and Pete Frechette Suzanne Gallegos Linda and John Galvin Grace and Steve Gamble Mary and James Hagen Margie and Mike Hamrick Dustin Hansen Jane and Tom Healy Judith and Robert Holmes Fran Good Horvitz and David Horvitz John Hostetter Karen and Dennett Hutchinson, JD Don Janklow Diana and Jim Kaylor Barbara and Tim Kelley Alison and Kim Knapp Laine and Merv Lapin Sandy and Charles Lloyd

Medical Advisory Committee Karen and Walter Loewenstern Regina and James Lorenzen Gail and Jay Mahoney Donna Meyer Bob Moroney Karen and Jim Morter Pamela Norris Candace Palmer Lisa and Dave Pease Sue Ann and John Peck Suzi and Don Perozzi Pam and Ben Peternell Steve and Carolyn Pope Gretchen and Robert Ravenscroft Jay and Amy Regan Anne Roberts T. Denny Sanford Suzanne and Bernard Scharf Debbie and Jim Schultz Carole and Peter Segal Beth and Rodney Slifer Robert Solan Brooke and Martin Stein William Sterett, MD Elizabeth and David Stern Sean Ugrin Susan and Tom Washing Karin and Robert Weber Jennifer and David White Nancy and Don Wiese Kim and Steve Winesett Nancy and Harold Zirkin

Current Staff President & CEO Ruth Johnson, JD River Road 8333 Colorado Gypsum, CO 81637

Lauren Andersen, BSN, RN, CEN Tammy Argenbright Austen Brown Marita Bledsoe, MD Sarah Braucht Jenika Doberstein Cathy Ethington Kacy Franklin-Popovich Steve Giangiulio Jo Jaynes Shawn Kirschner Sterling Leija Olivia Pallissard Jay Pratt Katie Santambrogio Lora Schwindt Betsy Seeger Christian Torres Britta Volz Emma Whiting

Chair Lia Gore, MD, FAAP

Members At-Large Lauren Andersen, BSN, RN, CEN Alison Artico DuMond, CPNP-AC Lalit Bajaj, MD Mindy Banks, MD Emily Barr, CPNP, CNM Terri Bisio, RN Marita Bledsoe, MD Jeff Brown, MD Robert Casey, PhD Wendy Cook, MD Edwin DeZoeten, MD Laura Dorneman, RN Katherine Dueber, MD Monica Federico, MD Elizabeth Gibson, PNP Patricia J. Hammon, RN Michael Handler, MD Molly Hemenway, RN, PNP Karen Hill, RN, PNP Ed Hoffenberg, MD Roger Hollister, MD Ruth Johnson, JD Meena Julapalli, MD David Kaplan, MD Kelly Knupp, MD Kyle Kusek, MD Juliane Lee, MD Sterling Leija Deb Liptzin, MD Arthur Liu, MD Kelly Maloney, MD Dennis Matthews, MD Lisa Meltzer, PhD Jerrod Milton, RpH Gregory Miranda, MD Michael Narkewicz, MD Rachelle Nuss, MD Carla Oliver, MSW, CCLS Bethany Rippe, CCLS Adam A. Rosenberg, MD Jason Soden, MD Ronald Sokol, MD Liz Solan, MD Ted Stathos, MD Natalie Vona, PhD Keith M. Weisz, MD Adel Younoszai, MD Julie Zimbelman, MD

Founding Partner Hospital

Children’s Hospital Colorado/ University of Colorado Cancer Center Hospital Affiliation Roundup River Ranch Children's Hospital Colorado Children's Hospital Colorado Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children at P/SL Children's Hospital Colorado Children's Hospital Colorado Roundup River Ranch Vail Valley Medical Center Children's Hospital Colorado SeriousFun Children's Network Children's Hospital Colorado Doernbecher Children's Hospital Carbon Valley Medical Center Children's Hospital Colorado Children's Hospital Colorado Roundup River Ranch Children's Hospital Colorado Children's Hospital Colorado Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children at P/SL Children's Hospital Colorado Children's Hospital Colorado Roundup River Ranch Children's Hospital Colorado Children's Hospital Colorado Children's Hospital Colorado Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children at P/SL Roundup River Ranch Children's Hospital Colorado Children's Hospital Colorado Children's Hospital Colorado Children's Hospital Colorado National Jewish Health Children's Hospital Colorado Vail Valley Medical Center Children's Hospital Colorado Children's Hospital Colorado Children's Hospital Colorado Children's Hospital Colorado Children's Hospital Colorado Children's Hospital Colorado Children's Hospital Colorado Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children at P/SL Rocky Mountain Pediatric Gastronenterology Children's Hospital Colorado Children's Hospital Colorado Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children at P/SL

Partner Hospitals

camper ambassadors Roundup River Ranch is proud to introduce you to our Camper Ambassadors, a group of 15 campers and their families who help share the magic of camp throughout the community. We couldn’t be more excited to recognize this group of talented, committed, and enthusiastic campers. Alexander - Centennial, CO Alicia - Lakewood, CO Adoja - Aurora, CO Ashtyn - Lamar, CO Declan - Westminster, CO Elizabeth - Westminster, CO Hannah - Fort Collins, CO Madison - Westminster, CO Ke’von - Denver, CO Jenna - Centennial, CO Reegan - Westminster, CO Ryan - Parker, CO Tashena - Cannon City, CO Will - Englewood, CO Zakary - Loveland, CO

“At camp I learned that I can be anyone I want to be because ‘those who mind don’t matter, and those who matter don’t mind.’” -Roundup River Ranch Camper 27 Roundup River Ranch 2014 Annual Report

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every year our campers are climbing higher.

Roundup River Ranch P. O. Box 8589 Avon, CO 81620-8589 One of campers said it best: “Hope is Roundup river Ranch”. You, our loyal supporters, biggest cheerleaders, and dedicated volunteers, make hope possible, We can’t thank you enough for your all that you do for our campers and their families.

And you make it all happen.

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A Look Back and A Look Ahead: Annual Report

As we reflect back on 2014 and look forward to our 2015 camp season, we are proud to celebrate your contributions to Roundup River Ranch. These are exciting times of growth and success at Roundup River Ranch and we want to spread and share the joy of camp with you. We are forever grateful for the generosity of friends like you who embrace and support our campers and their families.

Fiscal Year 2014 Annual Report  
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