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“I think conflict can be resolved only when the two sides resort to a dialogue process. They have to forget their pasts, however bitter it might have been, for we are all living in the present and for the future. I feel dialogue and accepting each other’s faults is the first step toward building peaceful relations.”

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Janeen, Indian Seed and 2006 facilitator at camp

A Message from the President Dear Friends: As the new President of this incredible organization, I embrace the opportunity to make a difference in areas of the world where the need for peace and a strong generation of young leaders is so urgent. Against this backdrop, I am reminded every day of the founding principles of Seeds of Peace—to empower leaders of the next generation. We owe it to them to make the darkness of war a distant memory, and the beacon of light and peace a reality. At camp, and in our follow-up programs, it is not only our goal, but also our responsibility to provide these new Seeds with the opportunity to see firsthand that there is indeed a way to resolve conflict peacefully. When the Seeds return to their native countries, they continue to practice the conflict resolution skills they learned at camp in the various community outreach programs and alumni activities the Seeds themselves organize. Seeds of Peace prides itself in providing the next generation of leaders the chance to experience peace, and to understand the need for mutual respect and coexistence.

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Funding Donors

One of our primary tasks ahead is to create even more ways to integrate and engage our network of Seeds alumni in the programs and events that take place worldwide. It is a testament to the success of our organization that many of our Seeds alumni throughout the world are now in powerful positions in government, business and medicine. Many of them have worked together recently, taking initiative and planning their own events to promote the message of Seeds of Peace. I would like to close by thanking all who have supported Seeds of Peace in the past. It is because of our donors that we are able to achieve success and build an even stronger foundation from which to grow.

Sincerely,

Nicolla Hewitt President, Seeds of Peace




International Camp Seeds of Peace

Facilitators We are especially proud to report that for the first time in the history of Seeds of Peace, dialogue sessions were facilitated by Seeds of Peace Alumni. Professionally-trained facilitators are an essential component to the success of the Seeds of Peace conflict resolution program at both the International Camp in Maine and regional programming. Seeds of Peace has employed highly skilled facilitators—specifically focused on Middle East and South Asian history, culture, and the conflict—to sit in the dialogue sessions that are held daily at camp.

“I learned the basic techniques of conflict resolution such as compassion, listening, and dialogue. Altogether these experiences provided me with an exclusive opportunity to sharpen my communication, negotiation, and the debate skills.” —Tamara- Palestinian Seed

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n its 14th summer, Seeds of Peace welcomed more than 400 new campers to the “International Camp” in Maine. The neutral location, thousands of miles away from conflict, provided Israeli, Palestinian, Egyptian, Jordanian, Indian, Pakistani, Afghani, and American Seeds with an environment in which they were able to cultivate new friendships, perspectives, understanding, and leadership skills. For the first time in 2006, Seeds of Peace employed its own alumni as facilitators in the Middle East camp program. They combined this new expertise with their personal experiences as former campers to offer the strongest facilitation and specialized dialogue session in Seeds of Peace history. The campers from 2006 emerged at the summer’s end as motivated leaders, dedicated to creating a future of peaceful coexistence. 2

For the first time in Seeds of Peace history, dialogue sessions at camp were facilitated by Seeds of Peace Alumni.

Peer Support

Group Challenge

Each summer a select group of Seeds graduates return to camp to serve as role models and provide support to the new campers. The programming for these campers is focused on advanced dialogue and enhancement of their leadership skills. Early in each session the fifty-two 2006 Peer Support campers participated in an Outdoor Leadership Program, a three-day mountain backpacking program designed to help the group form strong bonds. Their summer experience also included a trip to Washington, D.C. where they took part in a community service project at a charter school with children in grades kindergarten through six, met with high-level politicians and government officials, including Senator Hillary Clinton (D-NY), and engaged in dialogue with several other members of Congress at a luncheon hosted by Senator Barbara Boxer (D-CA).

The work of the Dialogue Sessions was reinforced during Group Challenge, which involves demanding physical and psychological trust-building activities. Dialogue group participants had to depend upon each other to scale climbing walls, navigate high ropes, and tackle obstacle courses. The trust and respect these activities fostered between the participants maximized the impact of the dialogue sessions.

“I learned how to listen to others and be open to their opinions and ideologies, even when those opinions are different than mine. I came to find that even though many people have different points of view than me, I can still listen to their opinions and respect them.” —Oded- Israeli Seed

Dialogue Sessions The Dialogue Sessions are what the Seeds themselves call the highlight of their experience at the International Camp. On a daily basis, the Seeds gathered in small groups for professionally facilitated Dialogue Sessions. During these sessions, which form the very heart of our unique conflict resolution program, the youngsters shared their personal stories and laid bare their innermost feelings. Those discussions included anything from the fear of terrorism, the humiliation suffered at checkpoints, the anger of having homes destroyed and loved ones killed, and the conflict between Israel and Hizbullah. As the campers learned to listen to the perspectives of their new friends, heard the narrative of “the other side” and started to face their own personal biases, they began to acquire the understanding, compassion, and mutual respect necessary for peaceful coexistence.

The hours spent playing sports, learning to swim and chatting in the bunk put the principles of coexistence into daily practice.

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Through participation in a variety of camp activities, the values of teamwork, respect, and leadership are instilled in the campers.

Camp Activities Recreational sports and arts activities laid the groundwork for the daily dialogue sessions. The hours spent playing sports, learning to swim and chatting in the bunk put the principles of coexistence into daily practice. Ordinary scenes—a game of catch or late night conversations after lights out—were extraordinary when one realizes the exchanges were between Israelis and Palestinians or Indians and Pakistanis. Through participation in a variety of sports, the values of teamwork, respect, and leadership were instilled in the campers. These cultural activities nurture the Seeds and encourage them to work together and reflect on their hopes, fears, and shared experience through these creative processes.

Delegation Leaders Seeds of Peace offers dynamic educational programming for the adult Delegation Leaders who accompany the youth to camp. At camp these educators undergo their own transformative experience to parallel that of their young charges. Following their summer experience, they become key advocates and institutional liaisons for Seeds of Peace in their school and home communities. At the same time, they impart the values and skills of dialogue, tolerance, cross-cultural understanding, civic engagement, leadership, and the peaceful resolution of conflict to an ever-widening circle. Delegation Leaders comprise a network of over 300 department heads, school principals, Ministry of Education officials, professors of education, elementary school, middle school, and secondary school teachers across the Middle East and South Asia and the other regions where we serve.

“What I saw at camp changed me. Before camp I really thought peace was nearly impossible, but when I witnessed things in my co-existence sessions where people from different sides would be considerate and listen carefully to each other and absorb what each other were saying it gave me so much hope.”

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n order to effectively continue the momentum built at the International Camp in Maine, bi-national and multi-national programs continue throughout the year in our offices around the world. These programs are made possible, in large part, by US AID. Our international offices are located in: Amman, Cairo, Gaza, Lahore, London, Mumbai, Jerusalem, Kabul, Ramallah, and Tel Aviv.

“Our friendship was stronger than our disagreements…I’m sure our life would be something else if our leaders would be smart enough to learn from our generation.” Daniel, Israeli

Interfaith Services On Fridays, Shortly after lunch, Muslim Prayer services are led by a Muslim within the camp community, usually an adult delegation leader. The purpose of this is two-fold: first, to provide Muslims the space to worship, and second to create an opportunity for non-Muslims to learn and observe another religion’s practices. At the beginning of each service, we also provide a short explanation about the service, and worshippers of the faith make themselves available to answer questions. Jewish prayer service is held after sundown on Friday evening, and provides the same type of experience. Christian services are available Sunday mornings. Through these opportunities, Seeds come away with a better understanding of another religion they might never have experienced firsthand.

Adrienne, American Seed 4

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Middle East

Regional Education Program:

Bi-National Programming Seeds Bi-National Events: 2006 Over the course of 2006, Seeds of Peace struggled to maintain bi-national programming for Seeds in the midst of a tense and unstable political situation. This was a year that started with Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon’s massive stroke and the Hamas victory in the Palestinian elections. Cross-border contact between Israelis and Palestinians was rare. The bravery of parents, Seeds and Delegation Leaders, and the efforts of staff, made Israeli and Palestinian participation in International Camp possible. During the summer of 2006, the light of what camp represents flickered, and Seeds of Peace kept the momentum of peace and coexistence alive. Seeds of Peace worked hard to maintain bi-national programs for Israeli and Palestinian Seeds. The realities on the ground, though, made it extremely difficult for Seeds, and even for staff, to meet legally across the lines of conflict (Palestinians from the West Bank and Gaza need permission from Israel to enter Israel; the Israeli government forbids its citizens from entering most of the West Bank and Gaza). Because of this situation, Seeds of Peace focused on those who could physically meet in the eyes of the law—Israelis and Palestinian residents of Jerusalem. In 2006 there was a series of dialogue sessions at the Center for Coexistence in Jerusalem. And yet the Center was still too empty for too long. In response to this situation, and after taking into account how to make the most of limited resources, the decision was made, in the summer of 2006, to close the Center.

“The most important thing I’ve taken from my time in Seeds of Peace is that creating peace is not to stop violence between two neighbors, but to have security, trust and faith in each other.” Mohamad, Palestinian

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Graduate Seeds visited an orphanage in Egypt, bringing the message of Seeds of Peace.

With so many physical barriers preventing contact, Seeds from around the world found one another in cyberspace and on the phone. Threads of online dialogue continued through SeedsNet, a communication tool available to all Seeds alumni. Seeds from all involved countries and conflicts also worked together to create two editions of The Olive Branch, the Seeds’ alumni magazine, that represents a permanent record of cross-border and multi-national cooperation, the Seeds’ achievement—one that many far older could barely imagine. For Seeds who wanted face-to-face bi-national programming at a more intense pace, there was one chance, thanks in part to a sponsorship by a Spanish pro basketball team. In November 2006 fifteen Seeds spent a week in Badalona, outside Barcelona, to engage in dialogue and to challenge themselves to go beyond what they experienced at camp. The problem of how to create bi-national programming for Israeli and Palestinian Seeds loomed throughout 2006. In the fall Seeds of Peace established a full-time position dedicated to this objective.

Focus on Higher Education for Israeli & Palestinian Seeds

Mediation and Negotiation Training Course

Seeds of Peace realizes the critical need for its Seeds alumni to obtain access to higher education, regardless of availability of resources. Through a competitive application process, the Middle Eastern Regional Scholarship Program, funded largely by Oprah’s Angel’s Network, was initiated in the Fall of 2006 to provide funding for 18 Seeds, equally distributed among male and female candidates. Applicants apply for up to $3,000 annually, which helps cover the tuition costs at Palestinian and Israeli universities, fees which are substantially lower than for American universities.

As part of the Graduate Program for its alumni, Seeds of Peace developed a course and coursework to train Israelis and Palestinians to work together in developing the skills necessary to effectively engage in negotiations of all kinds. The Training Course contains uni-national and binational components that spanned over two years of coursework, training and seminars. The curriculum includes ten course modules that introduce course participants to the basic skills and techniques of negotiation and that help them develop a personal and effective negotiation style. These sessions include: Our Own Negotiation Models; Concepts and Basic Elements in Negotiation; Stages of the Negotiation Process; Conducting the Negotiation—Skills, Strategies and Techniques; Communication Skills; Negotiation Pitfalls; Culture, Gender, and Power Relations; MultiParty Negotiations; and International Simulation and Feedback. Two Israeli and two Palestinian professionals conducted these courses. In Israel, Michael Tsur and Ganit Poleg from the Mediation and Conflict Resolution Institute Jerusalem served as instructors for the Israeli uni-national meetings. Palestinian trainers Khalid Salim, and Rasha Fityan of the Ta’awon Youth Forum were the professionals conducting the Palestinian sessions.

The course’s final component was a weeklong bi-national workshop and meeting in London in March. The American School of London hosted the Palestinian and Israeli participants, and the Seeds of Peace alumni spent one to two hours per day conducting workshops with the school’s students. The remainder of their time was spent in intensive discussions about the Middle East conflict. The objective of the course, and particularly of the week in London, was to produce a group of Palestinians and Israelis in their twenties, who have colleagues from the other side who have been trained in the same negotiation skills. This was successful as participants reported that their discussions in London about Middle Eastern politics were the most productive and constructive that they had ever experienced. Their shared set of skills and common approach to dialogue allowed them to delve further into the critical issues than ever before.

“In these days of great sorrow, this is our test. Now we must show a light in that great darkness that is surrounding us.” Yaron, Israeli Seed

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Global Outreach Seeds of Peace inaugurated a unique day camp that brought together over 200 eightto-ten year old Palestinians in Gaza with lessons in non-violence, forgiveness, reconciliation, community service, and cooperation within Palestinian society.

“I always tell my friends about Seeds of Peace and the great times I had there. I also talk to them about politics and tell them that peace is the only solution to the conflict, and now six of my friends are interested in being Seeds.” Amin, Palestinian

Community Outreach Gaza Children’s Day Camp Seeds of Peace inaugurated a unique day camp in the summer of 2006 that brought together over 200 eight-to-ten year old Palestinians in Gaza. In two ten-day sessions, “Seeds of Understanding Camp” taught non-violence, forgiveness, reconciliation, community service, and cooperation within Palestinian society. The camp focused on youngsters from Shajayia, a disadvantaged neighborhood in Gaza. At a time when the only images out of Gaza are violence and despair, the success of this program demonstrates that reconciliation and tolerance can still be promoted. At the request of the parents, children, and the staff who ran the camp, Seeds of Peace hopes to make this an ongoing program.

Seeds Café Open to people from all walks of life, the Seeds Cafés provide a welcoming, nonpolitical framework for Israelis and Palestinians to get to know each other as individuals, by transcending the often charged atmosphere in the region. Aimed at promoting cultural exchange between Israelis and Palestinians, Seeds Café is held in Jerusalem and Gaza. Discussions cover different aspect of social and cultural life in the region, with specific emphasis on the Arab-Israeli issue. For example, at a Seeds Café in Gaza, forty intellectuals, from academia, politics, UNRWA, medicine, and education gathered with Seeds to discuss the social and religious aspects of a peaceful society.

“Seeds Café is neither an academic nor a political platform. It provides a wonderful opportunity for people to meet on common ground, to get to know each other, and to talk together.” —Dorothy Harman, Coordinator of Jerusalem Seeds Café 8

Seeds of Peace Action Summit

Istanbul Conference

For five days in September, in the aftermath of the conflict between Israel and Lebanon, Seeds of Peace brought together thirty of the organization’s oldest Israeli, Palestinian, Egyptian, and Jordanian graduates. The Seeds came together in New York to develop concrete strategies and initiatives to provide ongoing opportunities for Arabs and Israelis to work towards a better future in the Middle East. Their meeting marked the launch of a new dimension in scope and impact for Seeds of Peace.

From April 27-30th, 2006, 75 Delegation Leaders from the Middle East and South Asia, along with invited guests from peace-building NGOs in Armenia, Azerbaijan and Turkey, and the United States met in Istanbul for a conference, “Volunteerism, Peace Building, and the Development of Civic Society.” The conference aimed to provide members of the Seeds of Peace Delegation Leader network an opportunity to exchange ideas and to coordinate activities and projects in their effort to enhance community participation in civic life, with the goals of promoting tolerance, peaceful learning environments, critical thinking, dialogue, and the peaceful resolution of conflict within and between their respective communities.

Building on the strong foundation of programs they participated in as teenagers, the Seeds of Peace Action Summit provided the opportunity for these older Seeds to play an instrumental role in shaping programs targeted to university students and young adult professionals. Divided into four different working committees (focused on politics, professional networking, technology and community outreach), this core group of SOP alumni charted a plan for increased opportunities for engagement between Arab and Israeli Seeds and members of their broader communities. The programs are already underway.

Arab Educators Program 2006 marked the conclusion of The Arab Educators Program (AEP): Building School Environments that Encourage Responsible Citizenship in Youth. This landmark two-year program (funded by the Department of State-MEPI and Seeds of Peace) equipped two groups of Egyptian, Jordanian and Palestinian educators with curriculum, training methods, resources, and connections to encourage peaceful learning environments, to cultivate the values and skills of communication, dialogue, tolerance, civic engagement, leadership, and the peaceful resolution of conflict. Thirty Arab educators from the Middle East began the program in the summer of 2006 by participating in “Building School Environments that Encourage Responsible Citizenship in Youth,” a ten-day training seminar at American University in Washington, D.C. Meanwhile, participants who began the program in 2005 participated in a follow-up seminar in Cyprus. The overall program has been extremely successful. From September 2005 until December 2006, the sixty trained “Arab Educators” reached over 20,000 students, 4,129 parents and community members, and 2,311 additional educators in Egypt, Jordan, and the West Bank, and Gaza—a far broader reach than ever envisioned.

The Seeds of Peace Action Summit provided the opportunity for older Seeds to play an instrumental role in shaping programs targeted to university students and young adult professionals.

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South Asia Bi-National Programming Seeds of Peace launched an unprecedented coexistence program for Indian and Pakistani youth in 2001. Since its inception, over one hundred Indian and Pakistani teenagers have graduated from this program.

Seeds of Peace South Asia Regional Conference The first Seeds of Peace South Asia Conference was held in January 2006, in Mumbai, India and included more than 57 Seeds from Afghanistan, Pakistan and India, as well as 25 adult delegation leaders—all alumni of the SOP camp program. The event was largely funded through a grant from the Department of State. The conference allowed Seeds from the three South Asian countries to reconvene, take the skills they have learned about dealing with conflict to a higher level, and to apply their training to dialogue across national divides. The conference also served to strengthen the SOP network of youth, schools, and educators across South Asia and to build communication between these groups and the American Diplomatic staff in India, who also participated in this unique event.

Indian and Pakistani Homestays In November 2006, Pakistani Seeds from Lahore, along with eight educators from a Seeds of Peace partner school in Pakistan, visited their counterparts in Mumbai, India. This program was designed to allow Indian and Pakistani participants to visualize peace in South Asia. An in-depth workshop was held discussing the dire possibility of an India/Pakistan nuclear exchange. This frank realization allowed each Seed to recommit to the principles that they gained at the Seeds of Peace Camp in Maine. The Seeds visited schools throughout the city to demonstrate to hundreds of students how Indian and Pakistani youth can work together to build a more hopeful future.

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“In the atmosphere of mistrust that prevails between India and Pakistan, a nervous finger can press some sensitive triggers and then all hell can break loose. This is why I consider amity between India and Pakistan to be a necessity, not an option. And, I believe that organizations like Seeds of Peace are the ones who instill the foresight and give the incentive to young leaders like us.” Mira- Pakistani Seed

Education Seeds of Peace Seminar on Social Entrepreneurship Drawing on our older Seed alumni’s commitment to the mission of Seeds of Peace, and their unique perspectives and talents, a seminar on Social Entrepreneurship was organized in February 2006 in New York City bringing together forty Seeds through a competitive selection process. These Seeds, all students or graduates of American universities and representing ten countries from the Middle East, South Asia, and the Balkans, discussed the concepts and applications of social entrepreneurship and generated ideas for initiatives meant to create positive change on their college campuses, in their local communities, in their home countries, and in international areas of interest.

American Seeds The unique and life-changing experience American Delegates have while attending the International Camp in Maine leaves them energized and motivated to spread what they learned to others. In the fall of 2006, Seeds of Peace initiated the American Seeds Program. The goal of the Program is to enhance the leadership skills of American teenagers, improve their understanding as global citizens and spread the message of Seeds of Peace in their communities. An American Coordinating Committee (ACC) of 9 Seed Alumni was created to serve as the representative body of American Seeds alumni. At the Thanksgiving Retreat in Boston, the Committee members led brainstorming initiatives to be implemented in 2007, some of which included a facilitation seminar in April 2007 in Washington D.C, the Big Seed/Little Seed mentorship program, the creation of a newsletter for all alumni Seeds living in the U.S., and a “Seeds of Peace Campus Day” where Seeds on various U.S. campuses will lead dialogue initiatives, cultural events, and other types of community outreach activities.

Summer Internship Program 2006 Summer internships provide Seeds alumni with critical professional experiences and networking opportunities that are yet another step on their path to leadership. The Seeds of Peace Internship fund, established in the summer of 2006 enabled 15 outstanding Seeds alumni to capitalize on professional internship opportunities across the globe. Their work ranged from community development, to aviation, broadcast journalism, academic research, finance, banking, healthcare, and human rights.

Thanksgiving Retreat, Boston Over the course of a two day/two night retreat in Boston, 45 American Seeds and 15 International Seeds (graduates from 2001 to 2006) re-united to formulate ideas about their programs and identify effective community outreach initiatives in line with their interests. Speakers and staff provided these Seeds with the tools and frame of mind necessary to carry out these outreach activities, whether at a high school or college level, while highlighting the core values and lessons learned through Seeds of Peace. Plans formulated included campus dialogue initiatives, leadership roundtables, service events, and cultural/international events, many of which are currently being organized.

LIST OF SCHOOLS ATTENDED BY SEEDS American University Bates College Bates College (ME) Boston Conservatory Bowdoin College Brandeis University Brigham Young University Brown University Bryn Mawr College Clark College Columbia University Dartmouth College Deerfield Academy Duke University Earlham College Embry Riddle Aeronautical Emory George Washington University Georgetown University Graceland University Guilford College Hartwick College Harvard University Hillsdale College Hotchkiss School Knox College Lehigh University Manchester College Manhattanville College Middlebury College MIT Mt. Holyoke Newport High School Ohio Wesleyan Peddie School Phillips Exeter Academy Pomona

Princeton University Sarah Lawrence Smith College Stanford University Susquehanna University Swarthmore College The College of NJ Texas A&M The Kent School Thunderbird School of Global Management University of Arkansas at Little Rock University of Michigan University of South Florida University of California at Berkeley University if North Carolina University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign University of Michigan University of Missouri at Kansas City University of South Carolina University of Southern Maine University of Southern Maine University of St. Thomas University of Virginia University of Pennsylvania University of Virginia United World Colleges Pearson Vanderbilt Vassar College Washington University Wellesley College Wesleyan William & Mary Williams West Virginia University Yale University York University

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Funding

Skody Scot & Company, CPAs, P.C.

Financial Statement

Overview

352 Seventh Avenue, 9th Floor, New York, NY 10001 . (T) 212-967-1100 (F) 212-967-2002

www.scodyscot.com

INDEPENDENT AUDITORS’ REPORT To: The Board of Directors of Seeds of Peace, Inc. We have audited the accompanying statements of financial position of Seeds of Peace, Inc., (a not-for-profit organization) as of December 31, 2006 and 2005, and the related statements of activities and cash flows for the years then ended. These financial statements are the responsibility of the Organizations’ management. Our responsibility is to express an opinion on these financial based on our audits.

Corporate and Foundation Support Avenue Capital Management Corporation

McGraw-Hill Companies

The Barbara Streisand Foundation Bear Stearns Ben & Jerry’s Bradco Supply Corp. Carlson Wagonlit Travel Capital One Financial Corporation Celine Dion Foundation Citigroup Global Markets Inc. Creative Memories Delaware Street Capital Deutsche Bank Securities The Diller-von Furstenberg Family Foundation ExxonMobil Corporation Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund Ford Foundation General Motors Corporation, North American Goldman Sachs Hearst Publications Jenner & Block Jon S. Corzine Foundation Lehman Brothers The Leonard and Evelyn Lauder Foundation Lockheed Martin Corporation Loews

Northern Trust Bank The Oprah Winfrey Foundation Orleans Homebuilders Paravi Equities LLC Pershing Square Capital Management, L.P. The Peter Jay Sharp Foundation Pulte Land Company, LLC Roseland Equity Partners, Inc. Skadden Simpson, Thacher & Bartlett LLP Skody Scot & Company, CPAS, P.C. Vanguard Charitable Endowment Program Wolf, Block, Schorr and Solis-Cohen, LLP

Seeds of Peace continues to strengthen its role in relationship-based fundraising, facilitating growth among major donors and diversifying its sources of income. Seeds of Peace was awarded $1.1 million in grants by the State Department and United States Agency for International Development. Increased revenue enabled stronger program initiatives. The 2006 conflict between Israel and Lebanon made the execution of programs more challenging, and thus our need for an expansion of revenue sources more critical. In 2006, Seeds of Peace raised $7.9 million of gross revenue which is $1.7 million or 21% higher than in 2005. The private sector income grew by 5% or $300,000 compared to 2005.

SEEDS OF PEACE, INC. STATEMENTS OF ACTIVITIES YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 2006 and 2005 2006 Total Support and Revenues: Unrestricted: Contributions (non-event) $3,822,035 Government grants 1,144,803 Contributions in-kind 225,680 Camp fees & misc. program services 313,674 Investment and other income 248,420 484,907 Release of restricted assets 6,239,519 Total before special events Special events: Auction sales 162,570 (7,786) Less: auction items purchased Net contributions from auctions 154,784 Event related support 2,297,287 (626,996) Less: related direct costs 1,825,075 Net special event income Temporarily restricted: Contributions and government grants 376,901 Release of restricted assets (494,907) Permanently restricted: Contributions 7,946,588 Total support and revenues Expenses: Program Expenses: International camp 1,847,988 Middle East/Multinational 2,124,309 International youth and camp summit - Education/Public relations 419,528 South Asia 318,555 244,703 U.S. Program administration 4,955,083 Total program expenses Supporting Services: Management and general 1,656,454 709,099 Fundraising 7,320,636 Total expenses Increase/(Decrease) In Net Assets: Unrestricted 701,369 Temporarily restricted (122,273) 46,856 Permanently restricted 625,952 Increase/(decrease) in net assets 71,520 Net assets, beginning of year $ 697,472 Net assets, end of year

2005

$2,912,018 788,241 279,619 225,717 35,546 153,441 4,394,582 154,795 (14,116) 140,679 1,955,003 (646,317) 1,449,365 545,000 (153,441)

6,235,506

We conducted our audits in accordance with U.S. generally accepted auditing standards; the standards applicable to financial audits contained in Government Auditing Standards, issued by the Comptroller General of the United States; and OMB Circular A-133, Audits of States, Local Governments, and Non-Profit Organizations. Those standards and OMB Circular A-133 require that we plan and perform our audit to obtain reasonable assurance about whether the financial statements are free of material misstatements. An audit includes examining on a test basis, evidence supporting the amounts and disclosures in the financial statements. An audit also includes assessing the accounting principles used and significant estimates made by management, as well as evaluating the overall financial statement presentation. We believe that our audits provide a reasonable basis for our opinion. In our opinion, the financial statements referred to above present fairly, in all material respects, the financial position of Seeds of Peace, Inc. at December 31, 2006 and 2005, and the results of its activities and its cash flows for the years then ended, in conformity with U.S. generally accepted accounting principles. In accordance with Government Auditing Standards, we have also issued our report dated July 15, 2007, on our consideration of Seeds of Peace, Inc.’s internal control over financial reporting and on our tests of its compliance with certain provisions of laws, regulations, contracts and grants. That report is an integral part of an audit performed in accordance with Government Auditing Standards and should be read in conjunction with this report in considering the results of our audit.

July 15, 2007

SEEDS OF PEACE, INC. STATEMENTS OF ACTIVITIES YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 2006 and 2005

1,123,684 679,732 8,192,165 (2,361,868) 390,553 14,656 (1,956,659) 2,028,179 $ 71,520

2005

ASSETS Cash and cash equivalents Grants and pledges receivable Other receivables Inventory 3,052 Investments Prepaid expenses Property and equipment, net Security deposits Total Assets

$ 975,314 $ 584,188 222,021 284,202 8,668 12,294 829,499 1,124,869 91,029 171,853 495,950 464,436 7,464 8,950 $2,632,997 $2,650,792

LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS Liabilities: Accounts payable and accrued expenses $ 420,392 $ 914,821 Loans payable 1,500,000 1,500,000 Due to grantors 15,133 114,451 - 50,000 Deferred income 1,935,525 2,579,272 Total liabilities Commitments and contingencies (see notes) Net Assets: Unrestricted Temporarily restricted Permanently restricted Total net assets

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2006

2,299,135 2,358,322 496,871 432,002 122,308 680,111 6,388,749

Skody Scot & Company, CPAS. P.C.

Total liabilities and net assets

(69,681) 421,721 345,432 697,472

(771,050) 543,994 298,576 71,520

$2,632,997 $2,650,792

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2006

Donors $100,000 and above Mr. and Mrs. Paul and Peggy Bernstein ExxonMobil Corporation Mr. & Mrs. Fredric H. and Helaine B. Gould Mr. & Mrs. James M. and Nora C. Orphanides Mr. & Mrs. Robert and Jane Toll

$50,000- $99,999 Carlson Wagonlit Travel Mr. Joseph Gantz & Ms. Paula Blumenfeld Mr. and Mrs. Alan Ginsburg Mr. Stuart Miller The Peter Jay Sharp Foundation The Russell Berrie Foundation Mr. Gilbert “Buzz” Silverman Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert S. and Lila Silverman Mr. Peter A. Weinberg

$25,000- $49,999 Capital One Financial Corporation Delaware Street Capital Mr. Harold Evans Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Feinstein Ms. Ellen Iseman Jenner & Block M. M. Kaplan Foundation Mrs. Helen M. Kurtz Lehman Brothers Mr. Paul Levy Lockheed Martin Corporation Loews Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Mack Mr. and Mrs. Eugene and Sue Mercy Mr. and Mrs. Morton Olshan The Oprah Winfrey Foundation The Righteous Persons Foundation Rosalie Katz Family Foundation Skadden Mr. David Strasser Mr. and Mrs. Arn and Nancy Reiss Tellem Mrs. Nancy Reiss Tellem The John C. & Karyl Kay Hughes Foundation Mr. Casey Wasserman Mr. and Mrs. Robert and Judith Yarmuth

$10,000- $24,999 S. Daniel Abraham Foundation Alpern Family Foundation, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Joel Altman Avenue Capital Management Corporation Bank of America Bernard Osher Jewish Philanthropies Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Jacques Roizen Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Biederman Mr. & Mrs. James Block Mr. Edgar Bronfman Mr. & Mrs. Patrick J. Callan, Sr. Cogan Family Foundation Mr. Kenneth P. Cohen & Ms. Darcie Bundy Collegiate Corporation Madison Avenue Fund Mr. and Mrs. Milton and Shirley Cooper Jon S. Corzine Foundation Mrs. Christine R. Covey Crosby Family Foundation Cushman and Wakefield Mr. and Mrs. Gary A. Davis Mr. and Mrs. Robert De Courcy Mr. and Mrs. Roger M. Deitz Deutsche Bank Securities Mrs. Deborah S. Katz-Downie

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Mr. and Mrs. Ira and Nancy Dubois Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan H. and Heidi Epstein Fannie May Confections Firestone Country Club Ford Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Joel Gantcher Mr. & Mrs. Nathan and Alice Gantcher Mrs. Sarita Gantz Mr. Tim Gehan Mr. and Mrs. George G. and Barbara Gellert Mr. Bruce Golden & Ms. Michelle Mercer Goldman Sachs Foundation Mr. Paul Gottlieb & Ms. Sara Adler Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Gottschalk Mr. Steven Green Mr. and Mrs. Ira J. Greenblatt Dr. Jonathan Grossman Stella and Charles Guttman Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Lowell R. Harwood Hearst Publications Mr. Warren Hellman Mr. Ron Hershco The Hudson Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Gary Hurand Dr. & Mrs. Allen I. and Valerie Hyman Ms. Wendy Katz Mr. Rashid Khatib Mr. Brad Klatt Mr. and Mrs. Harvey and Connie Krueger Mr. and Mrs. Murray Kushner Ms. Harriett Lake Mrs. Lee Langbaum Mr. and Mrs. James G. Lawrence The Leonard & Evelyn Lauder Foundation Levine Family Foundation Mrs. Elaine Gorbach Levine Mr. Michael Levy Mr. and Mrs. Jesse R. Lovejoy Mr. and Mrs. Ronald and Rhona Lubner Marble Collegiate Church Mr. and Mrs. Robert Menschel Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Miller Mrs. Deborah Newmyer Northern Trust Bank Ms. Yoko Ono The Patricia Kind Family Foundation Mr. Zak Penn and Ms. Michelle Weiss Plymouth Hill Foundation Rational Games, Inc. Rita and Harold Divine Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Daniel and Joanna Rose Mr. Marshall Rose & Ms. Candice Bergen Mr. and Mrs. Eric Rosenberg Sam L. Cohen Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Samuel L. Samelson Mr. and Mrs. Stuart M. and Gwen Sarnoff Mr. and Mrs. Michael Schachter Robert M. Schiffman Foundation, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Zach Schreiber Mr. Brad Segal The Shana Alexander Charitable Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Steve & Wendy Shenfeld Mr. Frank Shunock Mr. and Mrs. Glen Siegel The Silver Family Foundation Mrs. Harriet Silverman Mildred, Herbert & Julian Simon Foundation Simpson, Thacher & Bartlett LLP Skody Scot & Company, CPAS, P.C. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen E. Solms Mr. and Mrs. C. Michael Spero Lydia B. Stokes Foundation Susquehanna Foundation Mr. and Mrs. David Tanner Mrs. Janet Wallach

Mr. Sidney J. Weinberg Mr. George Weiss Mr. Ian Weiss & Ms. Marna Broida Mr. Marvin Weissberg Mr. and Mrs. William and Mary Yarmuth

$5,000- $9,999 Ms. Leslie Abrons Alliance Bernstein Foundation Fund Ms. Carolyn Ugiss Altieri Arnold & Porter, LLP Ms. Adrienne Arsht Attorney’s Title Insurance Fund, Inc. The Barbra Streisand Foundation Mr. and Mrs. David and Lisa Barse Ms. Viviane Becker Benevolence Committee of the Collegiate Corporation Mr. Stuart Berg & Ms. Natalie Bowden Mr. and Mrs. Leonard and Linda Berkowitz Ms. Marla Bermack Mr. Richard A. Bernstein Better Way Foundation, Inc. Blank Rome BMG Music Publishing Mr. and Mrs. John Bohlsen Ms. Anne R. Bord Mr. and Mrs. Simeon Brinberg Mr. and Mrs. Marvin and Lois Broder Mr. and Mrs. Martin Brody Bryan Cave LLP Mr. Peter Buttenwieser Capital Communications Group, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Joe and Rose Caulfield Ms. Debrah Lee Charatan Mr. Alan Chesick CIBC World Markets Corporation Clark & Weinstock Mr. Stephen A. Cozen & Ms. Betty Spolan Mr. Billy Crudup Mr. Dave Cutler The Diller-von Furstenberg Family Foundation Celine Dion Foundation The Don Yoder Foundation Edgewood Properties, Inc. Mr. Gary R. Fears Ms. Lynne H. Federman & Mr. Joseph Korb Mr. Edward Fein Mr. & Mrs. Moses and Susan Feldman Mr. Sanford Fisher Mr. and Mrs. Mike Fishkind Fredrick & Karen Schaufeld Trust Mr. and Mrs. Ronald and Helen Freeman Mr. Peter R. Friedman Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. and Jane Friedman Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Gallant Gerson Lehrman Group Ms. Sharon Ginsburg Dr. Jane Glass Mr. Seth Glickenhaus Mrs. Gail Gorlitz Mr. Jeffrey Gould Helen & William Mazer Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Harry and Joy Henshel Mrs. Joy Henshel Herrick Feinstein, LLP Mrs. Amy Horbar & Mr. Allan Ruchman Mr. Zachary Horowitz & Ms. Barbara Natterson Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hughes, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Mark and Caryn Israel Mr. and Mrs. Joel E. and Lauren Jacob Jewish Communities of Western CT Jewish Youth Philanthropy Institute Mr. and Mrs. David W. Kalish Mr. and Mrs. Bernard and Norma Kaplan Mr. Stephen Katz KB Home Ms. Eva S. Kedar Kenduskeag Foundation Kirkland & Ellis Foundation Dr. Barbara Kravitz

Kushner Companies Landau Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Jude P. Laspa Mr. Robert J. Lee & Mr. Ayman Hariri Mr. Daniel L. Lembo, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. David and Ruth Levine Drs. Thomas & Patricia Loeb Lucile and Maurice Pollak Fund Mr. and Mrs. Mark Lundy Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mack Mr. Ray Mahmood Maine Conference United Church of Christ Alexander M. & June L. Maisin Foundation Mr. Darryl Mallah Manufacturers & Traders Trust Co. Mr. and Mrs. Hani Masri Mr. and Mrs. Robert and Marilyn Mazur Mr. and Mrs. Patrick and Svetlana McDonough McGraw-Hill Companies Middle East Peace Dialogue Network, Inc. Ms. Constance Milstein Mr. and Mrs. Eliot A. Minsker Mr. and Mrs. Larry A. and Carol Mizel Mr. & Mrs. Robert and Adriana Mnuchin Mr. and Mrs. Robert Morrow Morse Family Foundation New York Community Trust Mr. William Obeid Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey P. and Sam Orleans Mrs. Jane Overman Palm Bay Imports, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Peebler Mr. Charles Poliacof Mr. and Mrs. Henry and Jean Pollak Precision Piping Mr. and Mrs. Michael and Marilyn Ratner Robert Wood Johnson Foundation The Rogers Foundation Ms. Marlene D. Rosati Mr. and Mrs. Israel Rosenzweig Mr. and Mrs. Hannan and Amira Rotem Mr. and Mrs. Evan and Lindsay Roth Royal Abstract Company Mr. and Mrs. Jack and Betsy Ryan The Sallie Mae Fund Mr. Michael Saylor Simmons Foundation, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Simon Mr. and Mrs. Howard and Anise Singer Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Sirulnick Mr. Trond Skramstad Mrs. Barbara Solomon Mr. Miles Spencer Mr. Warren Stieglitz & Ms. Carla Harman Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. and Bonnie Strauss Mr. Sebastian A. Stubbe Swift Arrow Mr. and Mrs. Harold and Nicki Tanner Mr. and Mrs. David S. Taub The J.M.A. Foundation Tides Foundation Mr. Enzo Viscusi World Presidents’ Organization - Ontario Mr. Robert Zwang

$2,500- $4,999 Mr. A.N. Abramowitz Mr. and Mrs. Steve M. and Anita Adelson Mr. & Mrs. Daniel H. and Jenna Park Adler Akin, Gump, Strauss, Hauer & Feld, L.L.P. Mr. and Mrs. David and Judy Albertson American Friends Service Committee Hossein Amir-Aslani Mr. and Mrs. Joseph and Catherine Aresty Mr. and Mrs. James M. Arsham Mr. and Mrs. David Avital Mrs. Pernilla Avital Ms. Pamela Baker Mr. and Mrs. Joseph and Jamie Baldinger Mr. and Mrs. Craig and Jodi Balsam Dr. and Mrs. Charles Baraf

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Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey M. and Susan Stern Dr. Roy Stern Ms. Barbara Stewart & Mr. Warren Schloat Stonehouse, Inc Ms. Norma Svedosh & Mr. Julian Svedosh Mr. and Mrs. Sy Syms Syrian Lebanese Club Taylor Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Jack and Janet Teich Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. Thaler The Albert and Lillian Small Foundation, Inc. The Vera C. Hendry Foundation Mr. Mauricio Umansky Mr. & Mrs. Leon and Marsha Wagner Dr. and Mrs. Lynn and Irene Weigel Mr. and Mrs. Michael Weinberg Mr. and Ms. James M. and Brigitte Weinrott Ms. Dindy Weinstein The Whitehead Foundation Williston West Church Withers Bergman LLP Mr. and Mrs. Steven C. Witkoff Mr. & Mrs. Ronald and Paula Wurtzburger Mr. Jeffrey T. Yarmuth Mr. David Zensky Mrs. Barbara Zuckerberg

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Mr. and Mrs. Louis and Gloria Flanzer Mrs. Marcia Flanzig Mr. and Mrs. Adam Flatto Ms. Dorothy A. Fox Ms. Elena B. Frankel Mr. and Mrs. Paul D. Frankel Ms. Kathy Franklin Mr. Donald P. Freedman Mr. Stephen Freidus Mr. Douglas Frenkel & Ms. Marlene Weinstein Mr. Richard Freundlich Mr. & Mrs. John Friedman Ms. Marilyn Friedman Mr. Paul Friedman Dr. and Mrs. Sidney and Ellen Friedman Mr. & Mrs. William and Lucy Friedman Mr. and Mrs. Gary and Eileen Garber Mr. John Gavaris & Ms. Karen Malita Mr. and Mrs. Dennis S. and Janice Gazer Mr. Sheldon Geller Mr. and Mrs. Charles and Rita Gelman Dr. Roberta Gerson Mr. Robert Gewanter Mr. and Mrs. David Gitlitz Mr. and Mrs. Adam Glick Mr. and Mrs. Albert and Judy Glickman Mr. and Mrs. Richard and Carolyn Glickstein Global Impact Dr. Steve Goldbas Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey A. Goldberger Mr. and Mrs. Josh and Yvonne Goldfein Mr. Bob Goodman & Ms. Jayne Lipman Mr. and Mrs. Jim and Dorothy Goodman Mr. Robert Goodman & Mrs. Jayne Lipman Mr. Alan C. Greenberg Mr. and Ms. Steven and Avra Greenberg Ms. Peggy Greenhut-Golden Ms. Phyllis Greenman The Greenspan Foundation Ms. Jessica Greif & Mr. Nick Gorevic Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Grill Mr. Ronald Gross Guilford Publications, Inc. Mr. Jeffrey Gural Mr. and Mrs. Edgar and Sarah Hagopian Mr. and Mrs. Fred Halpern Hamilton & MacAvery CPA’s Mr. Frank Handelman, Esq. and Ms. Bonnie Bellow, Esq. Mr. Walter F. Harrison ,III Henderson Capital Management, LLC Prof. Faith Hentschel Mr. Layne Herber Mr. and Mrs. Gene and Esther Herman Mr. Stephen Herman Ms. Carol Hexner Mr. and Mrs. Bruce and Vicki Heyman Mr. and Mrs. Roger Hillas Mr. and Mrs. Harry P. Hirschkorn Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Hoff Ms. Cynthia Howland Mr. and Mrs. Edward and Theodora Hunter Mr. and Mrs. Mamoun M. and Susan Hussein The Hyman Family Charitable Foundation Mr. Andrew D. Hyman Internal Medicine Specialists Mr. Sy Jacobs Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Jacobson Jewish Community Federation of Cleveland Mr. Robert Juceam Just Give Ms. Lia Kahler & Mr. Thomas Huber Mr. Daniel P. Kahn Mr. and Mrs. Joseph and Ellen Kaidanow Seema Kalia & Vedula Murti Mr. and Mrs. Marc M. and Hannah Kalikow Mr. and Mrs. David and Ali Kamin Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. and Marla Kaminsky Mr. and Mrs. Myron Kandel Mr. and Mrs. George W. Karr Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey H. Kaufman Mr. Jack Kay

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Ms. Janet Guth Mr. Theodore Haber Mr. Marvin Hamlisch Mrs. Ray Badner Hammerman & Dr. Ross Hammerman Mr. Jerry M. Hamovit Mr. Cliff Handler Mr. and Mrs. Mark and Barbara Handler Hannaford Bros. Co. Mr. Murtaza Haque Harper Collins Childrens Book Mr. Dennis Hartin & Ms. Margaret Fox Harvard-Westlake School Mr. Tim Hawkins Mr. Mitch Hecht Mr. Ted Heim Mr. and Mrs. John and Marilyn Heimerdinger Mr. and Mrs. Robert Helpern Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. and Jacqueline Helpern Dr. Leslie Hergert Mr. and Mrs. Robert and Susie Hermanos The High Five Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Ivan and Joan Hillman Mr. Todd Hirsch Mr. Jay Hirschson Mr. and Mrs. Alan Hoffman Mr. David Hoffman Mr. and Mrs. Stephen and Margo Holland Ms. and Mr. Christine and Mike Holly Mrs. Mary Horowitz Ms. Louise Horvitz Ms. Sharon A. Hosley HP Employee Charitable Giving Program Mr. Ed Hyman Ms. Laura Jackson Jacob L. and Lillian Holtzmann Foundation The Jane and Robert Katz Foundation Jewish Community Alliance Jewish Community Endowment Foundation The Joelson Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Donald W. Johanson Mr. and Mrs. Walter and Phyllis Jones Mr. and Mrs. Gene and Miriam Josephs Mr. Michael Jurnovoy Samuel Kadison Memorial Scholarship Fund, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Kahn Mr. and Mrs. Michael and Aimee Kakos Mr. Michael C. Kane Dr. Sherri Kaplan Rabbi Stephen A. Karol Mr. and Mrs. Matthew and Susan Kasindorf Dr. Peter Katona & Mrs. Dorothy Mermelstein Katona Mr. and Mrs. Gary and Diane Katz Mr. and Mrs. Michael Katz Mr. and Mrs. George A. and Martha Kellner Mr. and Mrs. Mark and Rachelle Kennedy Ms. Claire Kenny Kersten Foundation Mr. Rishi Khanna Mahreen Kidwai Mr. Isaac Kier Mr. Gary D. Kilmer Ms. Sarah King Ms. Zara Klaff Ms. Erika Klauer Mr. and Mrs. Phillip E. and Harriet Klein Mr. and Mrs. Ethan Klingsberg Mr. and Mrs. Andrew and Jennifer Kosak Ms. Lori Kotkin Ms. Phyllis Koyner Rev. and Mrs. Armin and Evelyn Kroehler Rhiannon Kubicka Ms. Amy Kule Mr. Andrew Kule Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lahav

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Dr. Sara Gooch Good Shepherd Presbyterian Church Ms. Mary A. Goodman Ms. Nina Goodman & Mr. Alexander D. Freudenheim Mr. Sheldon W. Gordon Ms. Tara Gordon Mr. Colin Graham Mr. Michael Groothuis Mr. and Mrs. Donald Gross Mr. Alfred E. Grossman CPCU & Dr. Edith Grossman, Ph.D. Ms. Midred Guberman Kravetz Ms. Sara Gubins Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth R. and Mary Gutierrez Mr. and Mrs. Scott and Sheryl Haberman Ms. Marilyn Haft Ms. Ann T. Hale Mr. and Mrs. Ron and Jan Hallsten Ms. Lisa Halpern & Mr. Nikos Notias Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hanvik Ms. Cynthia N. Hardenbrook Mr. Ram Hariharan Ms. Suzanne Harrison Ms. Mary Harscher Noha Hassan Mr. and Mrs. Scott D. and Sheri Heckens Mr. and Mrs. Douglas R. Henston Mr. and Mrs. Douglas C. Heppe Mr. and Mrs. John and Rosalie Hermos Mr. Roger E. Herzog Mr. and Mrs. John T. Hickey Charles Hildreth Mr. Richard Hiller & Ms. Marsha Hurst Mr. Stephen F. Hogwood Mrs. Shelley E. Holm & Mr. Steven I. Holm Mr. William Hoover Ms. Sarah Howard Ms. Abby Hoyt Ms. Deborah Huberman Mr. Michael Hudock Thomas Hull Mr. Benjamin Hurwitz Ranya Husami Audun Huslid Mr. Amal Hussein Hyman Meyers Family Circle In The Woods, Inc. The Honorable Karl F. Inderfurth & Mrs. Meredith R. Inderfurth Ms. Roberta Isberg Dr. and Mrs. Michael D. Iseman Ms. Kelley J. Jackson Ms. Diane Jacobstein Ms. Ellen J. Jacques Ms. Emily Jaffe Ms. Gail Jaffe Atit Jariwala Ms. Michelle Jarney Dr. M. Zuhdi Jasser The Jewish Museum Mr. Collister W. Johnson Henry Paul Johnson, Esq. Jonathan M. Harris Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jones Mr. Adam Joseph Mr. Edward Joseph Ms. Stacey Joslin Ms. Elizabeth Kadin Mr. David Kaiser Mr. Steven Kalifowitz & Mr. Justin Kalifowitz Ms. Bina Kalola Mr. and Mrs. Gregory and Cornelia Kamedulski Mr. Todd Kaminsky Niki Kanodia Daniel Kaplan, AIA Laurie Karol Mr. Casey Kasem Mr. and Mrs. Howard and Rita Kashner Mr. and Mrs. David S. and Judy Katz Ms. Susan Kaufman Dr. and Mrs. Mazen Kayata

Mr. Daniel Keeler Kekst and Company Ms. Caroline Kent Robin Kent Mr. Roger Keren Ms. Amy Kimmel Ms. Christina Kenan Kirk & Mr. John Hamburg Mrs. Monika P. Klein Mr. Raymond Klein Mr. and Mrs. Gunnar Klintberg Ms. Hanan Knoll Mr. and Mrs. Seth and Miriam Kobay Mr. Max Kogler Mr. Seth Kolkin Mr. Stephen Konigsberg Ms. Dana Kooistra Mr. Martin Kornheiser Mr. Paul Kotrba Ms. Rachel Kreiss Mr. and Mrs. Henry and June Krisch Mr. Timothy J. Kroll Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. and Patricia Kuch Mr. and Mrs. Roy and Susan Kulick Mr. Joel Kurtzberg Ann Marie Kushing Laham Family Foundation Mr. Jim Lanard Mr. Alex Langerman & Ms. Amy Lehman Dr. and Mrs. Mickey and Judy Langsfeld Mr. Robert Lanman Mr. and Mrs. Daniel D. and Martha Larsen Ms. Kim Larson Ms. Stephanie Lasker Mr. Peter Lattman & Ms. Gillian Segal Mr. and Mrs. Christopher and Julie Lee Pearle Lee Mr. Barry Leff Mr. Michael Legum Mr. and Mrs. Elliot Lehman Mr. Mark Leifeste Mr. Robert S. Lemle Mr. Brian Levin Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. Levin Ms. Jackie S. Levinson Mr. Jon Levison Ms. Danielle Levy Mr. Jerome Levy Mr. and Mrs. Sanford and Bernice Levy Mr. and Mrs. Stephen and Deidre Lewin Dr. Warren B. Licht Mr. Paul Linet Mr. & Mrs. Gary R. & Virginia Link Mr. Joey Lipton Mr. and Mrs. Don and Jin Liu Mr. Robert Lombard Dr. and Mrs. Robert and Loren London Mr. and Mrs. David A. and Patricia Long Ms. Beth Lorge Mr. Benjamin Losman Ms. Barbara Lowenfels Francis Magnotta Ms. Karen Majorowicz Mr. Jason L. Mandell Mr. Robert A. Mandell Mr. and Mrs. James and Leslie Margolis Mr. Jeffrey Markman Mr. and Mrs. David Markus Ms. Andrea Mars Ms. Ali Marsh Mr. John Martin Mattlin Foundation Mr. Robert S. Mayer Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell and Nancy McCrohon Mrs. and Mr. McCulloch Mr. Darren McDermott Mr. & Mrs. Andrew and Molly Mercy and Family Mr. Paul Metselaar Ms. Patricia Metz Mr. Michael Meyer Ms. Stacy Michaelson Microsoft Corporation Matching Gifts Program Ms. Caryn Miller

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Judge and Mrs. Jack R. and Evelyn Weinstein Mr. and Mrs. Yair and Carol Weinstock Mr. Stevenson Weitz Ms. Daniella R. Wells Mr. Clifford Westfall & Ms. Dorothy Clarke Mr. & Mrs. Gary and Dana Wexler Mr. and Mrs. Richard and Tammy Wien Jack Wiener Ms. Nancy Wiesenfeld Mr. Joshua N. Wilkes Windham Friends Church Ms. Lisa Wohl Mr. Michael Wolfe Ms. Shari B. Wolfson Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Wolowitz Ms. Joan M. Woodward Ms. Judith Worthington Ms. and Mrs. Margaret A. and Margaret Wright Mr. and Mrs. John and Dorothy Wroblesky Mr. Hootan Yaghoobzadeh David M. Yannucci Charitable Foundation Ms. Christina Yi Ali Zamani Ms. Florence G. Ziegler Mr. and Mrs. Michael and Diane Ziering Ms. Suzanne Zimmerman Ms. Susan F. Zinder Mr. David Zott

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Advisory Board T.H. George H. W. Bush T.H. William Jefferson Clinton Her Majesty Queen Noor H.E. Shimon Peres Dr. Sa’eb Erekat

Board of Directors Dr. Odeh Aburdene Mr. Tim A. Attalla Mr. David Avital Mr. Richard Berman Mr. Paul Bernstein Mrs. Christine R. Covey Mr. Joseph Gantz Mr. Alan Ginsburg Mrs. Barbara Gottschalk Mr. Fredric H. and Helaine B. Gould Mr. Jeff Gould Dr. Allen I. Hyman Mrs. Lee Langbaum Mr. Eugene Mercy Jr. Mrs. Lindsay Miller Mr. James M. Orphanides Mr. Samuel L. Samelson Mr. C. Michael Spero Mr. Arn Tellem Mrs. Nancy Reiss Tellem Mr. Malcolm Thomson Mr. and Mrs. Robert and Jane Toll Mrs. Janet Wallach Mr. Munir Hussein Mr. Sebastian Stubbe Mr. David Strasser Mr. Hani Masri

2007 Staff New York

Ramallah

Aeshna Badruzzman Alina Yavorovskaya Antoinette Abboud Catherine Joseph Elisha Meyer Fayth Centeno Kate Lewis Leslie Lewin Mark Tsigler Marni Pearce Nicolla Hewitt Rowena Hill Sara Hussaini Tammy Sun Tenika Thompson Yury Shvarts

Claire Ayed Daniel Moses Raya Yusuf

South Asia Tom Hancock Feruzan Mehta Sajjah Ahmad

Tel Aviv

Egypt

Paul Mailhot Dor Kaidor Leena Yahia Eyal Ronder Eric Kapenga Inessa Shishmanyan

Azza El Sherbiny Ramy Nagy

Washington D.C.

Gaza

Ashleigh Zimmerman Chara McMichael

Mohammed Isleem

Jordan Omar Tayeh

London Sarah Bennett Sarah Olayan Xefos

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