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SAN FRANCISCO AIDS FOUNDATION ANNUAL REPORT 2017

OUR LEADERSHIP

OUR VISION

OUR LOCATIONS

OUR PARTNERS

OUR WORK

OUR SUPPORTERS

OUR FINANCIALS


A YEAR OF HIGHS AND LOWS Our 35th year of service to the community was one filled with highs and lows, both literally and figuratively. San Francisco Department of Public Health reported that the number of San Franciscans living with HIV who were virally -suppressed was higher than the national average (68% compared to 49%), and that there was an all-time low in the number of new HIV diagnoses (223–a 16% decrease over the previous year). These data further demonstrate that getting to zero is possible, and underscore that we must continue to focus on those who are disproportionately affected by HIV. In 2017, we saw a significant increase in the number of clients we serve and an expansion in our scope of work. On account of a second successful year of operations at Strut, improved data systems, the expansion of services and hours at the 6th Street Harm Reduction Center, and increased community outreach, we can now say that we provide care to 25,000 clients per year. Our medical care now includes hepatitis C treatment and anal health care. Our integrated longstanding programs continue to meet the complex needs of our clients, and deeper collaborations with partners in San Francisco and Alameda counties are meeting growing needs in the region. Constant attacks on our communities and movement did not hinder our progress. Our recently-expanded policy team led the resistance to seemingly daily federal threats, protecting federal funding and the Affordable Care Act. As challenging as the political environment was this year, we seized the opportunity to increase our engagement with socially minded individuals and institutions. In 2017, we developed, expanded and started relationships with funders, engaged a record number of volunteers in our work, and sparked dialogue through our media efforts. This annual report tells the story of our 2017 by sharing programmatic, resource development and administrative accomplishments. Most importantly, this report illustrates that without each individual donor, partner, volunteer, and participant, none of this would have been possible. We hope our work continues to inspire you to stay engaged in our life-saving work as we continue to pursue the end of new HIV infections, AIDS-related deaths, and HIV stigma. With gratitude, Joe Hollendoner, CEO Mary Cha-Caswell, Chair, Board of Directors

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A YEAR OF HIGHS AND LOWS Our 35th year of service to the community was one filled with highs and lows, both literally and figuratively. San Francisco Department of Public Health reported that the number of San Franciscans living with HIV who were virally -suppressed was higher than the national average (68% compared to 49%), and that there was an all-time low in the number of new HIV diagnoses (223–a 16% decrease over the previous year). These data further demonstrate that getting to zero is possible, and underscore that we must continue to focus on those who are disproportionately affected by HIV. In 2017, we saw a significant increase in the number of clients we serve and an expansion in our scope of work. On account of a second successful year of operations at Strut, improved data systems, the expansion of services and hours at the 6th Street Harm Reduction Center, and increased community outreach, we can now say that we provide care to 25,000 clients per year. Our medical care now includes hepatitis C treatment and anal health care. Our integrated longstanding programs continue to meet the complex needs of our clients, and deeper collaborations with partners in San Francisco and Alameda counties are meeting growing needs in the region. Constant attacks on our communities and movement did not hinder our progress. Our recently-expanded policy team led the resistance to seemingly daily federal threats, protecting federal funding and the Affordable Care Act. As challenging as the political environment was this year, we seized the opportunity to increase our engagement with socially minded individuals and institutions. In 2017, we developed, expanded and started relationships with funders, engaged a record number of volunteers in our work, and sparked dialogue through our media efforts. This annual report tells the story of our 2017 by sharing programmatic, resource development and administrative accomplishments. Most importantly, this report illustrates that without each individual donor, partner, volunteer, and participant, none of this would have been possible. We hope our work continues to inspire you to stay engaged in our life-saving work as we continue to pursue the end of new HIV infections, AIDS-related deaths, and HIV stigma. With gratitude, Joe Hollendoner, CEO Mary Cha-Caswell, Chair, Board of Directors

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OUR BOARD OF DIRECTORS Steven Abbott (Secretary) Author and Archivist Rene Alvarez Director of Medical Writing Sunesis Pharmaceutical Douglas Brooks Senior Director of Community Engagement Gilead Mary Cha-Caswell (Chair) Chief Operating Officer Aspire Public Schools Christopher Cowen Managing Director Bank of America Merrill Lynch Mike Dillon Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer PwC Kenneth Edwards Therapist Kennect Psychotherapy

Roscoe Mapps Director, Government Relations San Francisco Giants Matthew Marquis Vice President of Intellectual Property VMware Inc. Dana Pizzuti Senior Vice President, Regulatory Affairs & Clinical Compliance Rigel Pharmaceuticals Robert F. Quon, MD Physician The Permanente Medical Group Eric Rozendahl Senior Vice President, Business Banking Group Wells Fargo Fredo Silva Partner Morrison & Foerster LLP

Ferd Garcia Financial Advisor Woodbury Financial

Jack Stephenson Senior Vice President, Digital Commerce Solutions First Data Corporation

Zoë Harris Area Sales Manager, Hemophilia Genentech

Paul B. Tan, DMD Dentist Private Practice

Cliff Hopkins Global Head of Marketing Instagram

Joseph Urbanski Partner Johnston, Kinney & Zulaica LLP

Michael Kinsley Principal Software Engineer Splunk, Inc.

Maureen Watson Chief Product Officer Madison Reed

Sean Livingston Executive Director & Senior Client Advisor J.P. Morgan Private Bank

Dora Wong Director, Public Affairs & Communications The Coca-Cola Company, North America Group

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OUR BOARD OF DIRECTORS Steven Abbott (Secretary) Author and Archivist Rene Alvarez Director of Medical Writing Sunesis Pharmaceutical Douglas Brooks Senior Director of Community Engagement Gilead Mary Cha-Caswell (Chair) Chief Operating Officer Aspire Public Schools Christopher Cowen Managing Director Bank of America Merrill Lynch Mike Dillon Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer PwC Kenneth Edwards Therapist Kennect Psychotherapy

Roscoe Mapps Director, Government Relations San Francisco Giants Matthew Marquis Vice President of Intellectual Property VMware Inc. Dana Pizzuti Senior Vice President, Regulatory Affairs & Clinical Compliance Rigel Pharmaceuticals Robert F. Quon, MD Physician The Permanente Medical Group Eric Rozendahl Senior Vice President, Business Banking Group Wells Fargo Fredo Silva Partner Morrison & Foerster LLP

Ferd Garcia Financial Advisor Woodbury Financial

Jack Stephenson Senior Vice President, Digital Commerce Solutions First Data Corporation

Zoë Harris Area Sales Manager, Hemophilia Genentech

Paul B. Tan, DMD Dentist Private Practice

Cliff Hopkins Global Head of Marketing Instagram

Joseph Urbanski Partner Johnston, Kinney & Zulaica LLP

Michael Kinsley Principal Software Engineer Splunk, Inc.

Maureen Watson Chief Product Officer Madison Reed

Sean Livingston Executive Director & Senior Client Advisor J.P. Morgan Private Bank

Dora Wong Director, Public Affairs & Communications The Coca-Cola Company, North America Group

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STEERING & STRATEGY TEAM Joe Hollendoner, MSW Chief Executive Officer

Christopher Berini Director of Development

Lara Brooks Vice President of Programs

Pierre-Cédric B. Crouch, PhD, ANP-BC, ACRN Director of Nursing

Robert Grant, MD, MPH Chief Medical Officer

Mike Discepola, MA Senior Director of Behavioral Health Services & Stonewall Project

Liz Pesch, CPA Chief Financial Officer Russell Roybal Chief Advancement Officer Greg Sroda Chief Operating Officer

Tracy Evans, MBA AIDS/LifeCycle Ride Director Andrew Hattori, MBA Senior Director, Marketing & Communications Jen Hecht, MPH Senior Director, Program Strategy and Evaluation Ernest Hopkins Director of Legislative Affairs Julie Lifshay, MPH, PhD Director, Health Navigation Services Laurina Phillip Muglia, BSc, MBA Senior Director of Human Resources Courtney Mulhern-Pearson, MPH Senior Director of Policy and Strategy Ro Yoon Director of Community Engagement Larry Zapatka, MBA, MPA Director, Budget & Contracts

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STEERING & STRATEGY TEAM Joe Hollendoner, MSW Chief Executive Officer

Christopher Berini Director of Development

Lara Brooks Vice President of Programs

Pierre-Cédric B. Crouch, PhD, ANP-BC, ACRN Director of Nursing

Robert Grant, MD, MPH Chief Medical Officer

Mike Discepola, MA Senior Director of Behavioral Health Services & Stonewall Project

Liz Pesch, CPA Chief Financial Officer Russell Roybal Chief Advancement Officer Greg Sroda Chief Operating Officer

Tracy Evans, MBA AIDS/LifeCycle Ride Director Andrew Hattori, MBA Senior Director, Marketing & Communications Jen Hecht, MPH Senior Director, Program Strategy and Evaluation Ernest Hopkins Director of Legislative Affairs Julie Lifshay, MPH, PhD Director, Health Navigation Services Laurina Phillip Muglia, BSc, MBA Senior Director of Human Resources Courtney Mulhern-Pearson, MPH Senior Director of Policy and Strategy Ro Yoon Director of Community Engagement Larry Zapatka, MBA, MPA Director, Budget & Contracts

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OUR VISION San Francisco can be the first U.S. city to end the local HIV epidemic. Since 1982, we’ve worked to radically reduce new infections and help people living with HIV achieve viral suppression because we refuse to accept that HIV is inevitable. Our work is guided by three ambitious, interconnected goals.

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OUR VISION San Francisco can be the first U.S. city to end the local HIV epidemic. Since 1982, we’ve worked to radically reduce new infections and help people living with HIV achieve viral suppression because we refuse to accept that HIV is inevitable. Our work is guided by three ambitious, interconnected goals.

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OUR WORK Our work in 2017 faced challenges like none in recent history as chaos in Washington, D.C. threatened access to care for countless people living with or vulnerable to HIV. Data released by the San Francisco Department of Public Health underscored local progress toward ending the HIV epidemic, but also showed growing health disparities related to new HIV infections and access to HIV treatment. Disparities are especially pronounced within communities of color, people experiencing poverty, transgender and gender non-binary individuals, and people who use drugs and alcohol. In 2017, more than 25,000 people accessed our programs and services that are intentionally built to serve these priority communities. Our work addresses these concerns through five interconnected program areas.

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OUR WORK Our work in 2017 faced challenges like none in recent history as chaos in Washington, D.C. threatened access to care for countless people living with or vulnerable to HIV. Data released by the San Francisco Department of Public Health underscored local progress toward ending the HIV epidemic, but also showed growing health disparities related to new HIV infections and access to HIV treatment. Disparities are especially pronounced within communities of color, people experiencing poverty, transgender and gender non-binary individuals, and people who use drugs and alcohol. In 2017, more than 25,000 people accessed our programs and services that are intentionally built to serve these priority communities. Our work addresses these concerns through five interconnected program areas.

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SEXUAL HEALTH Providing care specifically designed for our communities is what our sexual health services are known for. In 2017, we served more people than ever. We introduced a rapid sexual health screening service in the Castro and doubled the hours people can enroll in PrEP at our Mid-Market location. Clients who test positive for HIV can now receive confirmatory test results in 30 minutes (instead of 3-5 days) and can access treatment through our rapid HIV treatment initiative. Our mobile testing efforts successfully engaged communities most impacted by health disparities through strategic partnerships and outreach. Our navigation and benefits team reduced barriers to PrEP through same-day access, insurance and benefits enrollment, and ongoing client support.

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SEXUAL HEALTH Providing care specifically designed for our communities is what our sexual health services are known for. In 2017, we served more people than ever. We introduced a rapid sexual health screening service in the Castro and doubled the hours people can enroll in PrEP at our Mid-Market location. Clients who test positive for HIV can now receive confirmatory test results in 30 minutes (instead of 3-5 days) and can access treatment through our rapid HIV treatment initiative. Our mobile testing efforts successfully engaged communities most impacted by health disparities through strategic partnerships and outreach. Our navigation and benefits team reduced barriers to PrEP through same-day access, insurance and benefits enrollment, and ongoing client support.

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SUBSTANCE & BEHAVIORAL HEALTH Substance use is one of many factors impacting HIV risk, and people living with HIV who inject drugs have the lowest viral suppression rate of any transmission category. Our substance and behavioral health services are based on principles of harm reduction. We work in partnership with clients who use crystal meth, cocaine, heroin, alcohol and other drugs to help them create the goals that make sense in their lives. In 2017, we expanded our group and one-on-one counseling work to include more options for people who inject drugs, people experiencing homelessness, and people of color. We expanded hours and services available at our 6th Street Harm Reduction Center and piloted hepatitis C treatment.

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SUBSTANCE & BEHAVIORAL HEALTH Substance use is one of many factors impacting HIV risk, and people living with HIV who inject drugs have the lowest viral suppression rate of any transmission category. Our substance and behavioral health services are based on principles of harm reduction. We work in partnership with clients who use crystal meth, cocaine, heroin, alcohol and other drugs to help them create the goals that make sense in their lives. In 2017, we expanded our group and one-on-one counseling work to include more options for people who inject drugs, people experiencing homelessness, and people of color. We expanded hours and services available at our 6th Street Harm Reduction Center and piloted hepatitis C treatment.

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ENGAGEMENT & RETENTION A critical component of our work is ensuring people living with HIV have access to health care services, housing, and public benefits. Through these services, we are helping people achieve viral suppression, ensuring better health outcomes, and preventing new transmissions. Our teams ensure access to housing through the provision of rental subsidies to people living with HIV and coordinate access to other public benefits including drug assistance programs, insurance, and food services. Peer education, linkage to HIV care, and ongoing support for newly diagnosed and out-of-care people living with HIV help increase or maintain viral suppression. Our two Centers of Excellence work with clients who have co-occurring HIV, mental health, and/or substance use diagnoses to provide intensive medical case management and other supportive services to improve viral suppression.

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ENGAGEMENT & RETENTION A critical component of our work is ensuring people living with HIV have access to health care services, housing, and public benefits. Through these services, we are helping people achieve viral suppression, ensuring better health outcomes, and preventing new transmissions. Our teams ensure access to housing through the provision of rental subsidies to people living with HIV and coordinate access to other public benefits including drug assistance programs, insurance, and food services. Peer education, linkage to HIV care, and ongoing support for newly diagnosed and out-of-care people living with HIV help increase or maintain viral suppression. Our two Centers of Excellence work with clients who have co-occurring HIV, mental health, and/or substance use diagnoses to provide intensive medical case management and other supportive services to improve viral suppression.

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SOCIAL SUPPORT We cannot end the HIV epidemic in San Francisco until all communities have equal access to health care, housing, education, and social support. In San Francisco, African-American and Latino men have the highest rates of new HIV diagnoses and the lowest rates of viral suppression of any racial/ethnic group. Transgender and gender non-binary individuals experience high rates of HIV transmission and have lower rates of viral suppression, and 63 percent of people living with HIV are over age 50. Our teams provide social support, health education, housing advocacy, and case management services in safe and supportive spaces that center Black and Latinx communities, transgender and gender non-binary people, and long-term HIV survivors over age 50. Our teams work across program areas to ensure that clients have access to the entire spectrum of services offered by the foundation.

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SOCIAL SUPPORT We cannot end the HIV epidemic in San Francisco until all communities have equal access to health care, housing, education, and social support. In San Francisco, African-American and Latino men have the highest rates of new HIV diagnoses and the lowest rates of viral suppression of any racial/ethnic group. Transgender and gender non-binary individuals experience high rates of HIV transmission and have lower rates of viral suppression, and 63 percent of people living with HIV are over age 50. Our teams provide social support, health education, housing advocacy, and case management services in safe and supportive spaces that center Black and Latinx communities, transgender and gender non-binary people, and long-term HIV survivors over age 50. Our teams work across program areas to ensure that clients have access to the entire spectrum of services offered by the foundation.

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POLICY & PUBLIC EDUCATION We champion evidence-based HIV/AIDS policy at the local, state and federal levels, fighting every day to protect the human rights of people at risk and living with HIV. 2017 brought both unprecedented challenges and windows of opportunity. Attacks on federal funding for HIV programs and the Affordable Care Act threatened millions of lives. Locally, a special task force examined the feasibility of launching safer consumption services, or medically supervised spaces to use drugs safely, to prevent deadly overdoses and decrease the harms of public drug consumption. Our public education initiatives brought this news, and information about viral suppression, long-term survivors, HIV stigma, PrEP, and sexual health, to audiences across the globe.

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POLICY & PUBLIC EDUCATION We champion evidence-based HIV/AIDS policy at the local, state and federal levels, fighting every day to protect the human rights of people at risk and living with HIV. 2017 brought both unprecedented challenges and windows of opportunity. Attacks on federal funding for HIV programs and the Affordable Care Act threatened millions of lives. Locally, a special task force examined the feasibility of launching safer consumption services, or medically supervised spaces to use drugs safely, to prevent deadly overdoses and decrease the harms of public drug consumption. Our public education initiatives brought this news, and information about viral suppression, long-term survivors, HIV stigma, PrEP, and sexual health, to audiences across the globe.

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OUR LOCATIONS We operate at three main sites in SoMa, Mid-Market/Tenderloin, and the Castro neighborhoods, in homeless encampments and in several pop-up sites around San Francisco.

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OUR LOCATIONS We operate at three main sites in SoMa, Mid-Market/Tenderloin, and the Castro neighborhoods, in homeless encampments and in several pop-up sites around San Francisco.

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STRUT Strut, our health and wellness center in the Castro, co-locates sexual health services, substance & behavioral health services, and social support programs. In 2017, our teams provided quicker access to HIV and STI testing, continued enrolling people on PrEP, and linked them to benefits programs and insurance plans to cover costs. There are more opportunities than ever to access substance & behavioral health services in the Castro, and more people of color are accessing services thanks to our social support programs and cultural events.

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STRUT Strut, our health and wellness center in the Castro, co-locates sexual health services, substance & behavioral health services, and social support programs. In 2017, our teams provided quicker access to HIV and STI testing, continued enrolling people on PrEP, and linked them to benefits programs and insurance plans to cover costs. There are more opportunities than ever to access substance & behavioral health services in the Castro, and more people of color are accessing services thanks to our social support programs and cultural events.

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6TH STREET HARM REDUCTION CENTER At the 6th Street Harm Reduction Center in the SoMa/Tenderloin neighborhood, community members can participate in drop-in programming and groups; health assessments and counseling; HIV/HCV testing and navigation as well as HCV treatment; and syringe access and disposal programs. In 2017, we expanded drop-in center hours, added groups specifically for medication adherence, and increased overdose reversal education efforts. Our teams also led community syringe clean-ups every week.

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6TH STREET HARM REDUCTION CENTER At the 6th Street Harm Reduction Center in the SoMa/Tenderloin neighborhood, community members can participate in drop-in programming and groups; health assessments and counseling; HIV/HCV testing and navigation as well as HCV treatment; and syringe access and disposal programs. In 2017, we expanded drop-in center hours, added groups specifically for medication adherence, and increased overdose reversal education efforts. Our teams also led community syringe clean-ups every week.

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1035 MARKET STREET Our headquarters at 1035 Market Street is home to several social support activities, sexual health services, substance and behavioral health programming, as well as our engagement & retention, operations, finance, marketing, and fundraising teams.

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1035 MARKET STREET Our headquarters at 1035 Market Street is home to several social support activities, sexual health services, substance and behavioral health programming, as well as our engagement & retention, operations, finance, marketing, and fundraising teams.

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MOBILE TESTING Mobile HIV/STI testing lowers barriers to sexual healthcare by providing services outside traditional business hours in locations not served by brick-and-mortar clinics. Our mobile testing unit visits parks, bars, and community centers around San Francisco, and in 2017, our team was extremely successful reaching communities most impacted by HIV disparities. Within our network of sites and locations, our mobile testing crew maximizes its time to best serve the community. In a given month, the crew operates 15 or more shifts aboard the mobile testing unit, 16 shifts at the 6th Street Harm Reduction Center, 12 shifts at 1035 Market Street, and 8 shifts for PrEP enrollment.

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MOBILE TESTING Mobile HIV/STI testing lowers barriers to sexual healthcare by providing services outside traditional business hours in locations not served by brick-and-mortar clinics. Our mobile testing unit visits parks, bars, and community centers around San Francisco, and in 2017, our team was extremely successful reaching communities most impacted by HIV disparities. Within our network of sites and locations, our mobile testing crew maximizes its time to best serve the community. In a given month, the crew operates 15 or more shifts aboard the mobile testing unit, 16 shifts at the 6th Street Harm Reduction Center, 12 shifts at 1035 Market Street, and 8 shifts for PrEP enrollment.

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HOMELESS ENCAMPMENT & VAN-BASED OUTREACH San Francisco’s housing crisis and the HIV epidemic are intertwined because stable housing leads to better health outcomes. People living with HIV who are experiencing homelessness have the lowest rate of viral suppression (33%) compared to the population of people living with HIV overall (68%). During homeless encampment outreach, our teams link people to health services, basic needs, assistance programs, and social support. In order to truly meet people where they are, we also provide syringe access and disposal services through van-based outreach in locations throughout San Francisco.

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HOMELESS ENCAMPMENT & VAN-BASED OUTREACH San Francisco’s housing crisis and the HIV epidemic are intertwined because stable housing leads to better health outcomes. People living with HIV who are experiencing homelessness have the lowest rate of viral suppression (33%) compared to the population of people living with HIV overall (68%). During homeless encampment outreach, our teams link people to health services, basic needs, assistance programs, and social support. In order to truly meet people where they are, we also provide syringe access and disposal services through van-based outreach in locations throughout San Francisco.

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OUR PARTNERS We are stronger together. Working alongside dozens of community partners who share our goals, we are able to broaden the impact in our communities.

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OUR PARTNERS We are stronger together. Working alongside dozens of community partners who share our goals, we are able to broaden the impact in our communities.

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PARTNER SPOTLIGHT In 2017, in collaboration with San Francisco Community Health Center (formerly API Wellness) and East Bay AIDS Center, we fortified efforts to connect members of our communities who are at risk for or living with HIV in San Francisco and Alameda counties to existing HIV testing, PrEP and health navigation services. Through this initiative, we continue to support San Francisco Community Health Center’s weekly trans health clinic in the Tenderloin. We are grateful to our partners and to the California Department of Public Health for the $1 million Strategic HIV Prevention Project contract that makes this work possible.

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PARTNER SPOTLIGHT In 2017, in collaboration with San Francisco Community Health Center (formerly API Wellness) and East Bay AIDS Center, we fortified efforts to connect members of our communities who are at risk for or living with HIV in San Francisco and Alameda counties to existing HIV testing, PrEP and health navigation services. Through this initiative, we continue to support San Francisco Community Health Center’s weekly trans health clinic in the Tenderloin. We are grateful to our partners and to the California Department of Public Health for the $1 million Strategic HIV Prevention Project contract that makes this work possible.

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OUR COMMUNITY PARTNERS The impact of our work would not be possible without collaborations with dozens of community partners. AGUILAS AIDS Emergency Fund AIDS Legal Referral Panel Alameda Point Collaborative Alliance Health Project Baker Places, Inc. Bay Area Legal Aid Behavioral Health Access Center The Billys California Association of Free and Charitable Clinics California HIV/AIDS Research Program California State Office of AIDS Carnaval San Francisco— Health Pavilion Castro Cares Castro Community Business District Castro Country Club Castro Merchants (MUMC) Clínica Martín-Baro Catholic Charities Centers for Disease Control and Prevention César E. Chávez Institute City of Refuge Compass Family Services Covered California East Bay AIDS Center/ CRUSH Project Dignity Fund Coalition Dolores Street Community Services DOPE Project Drug Policy Alliance El/La Para TransLatinas Family Caregiver Alliance Gay Asian Pacific Alliance Foundation (GAPA) Getting to Zero GLIDE The Global Forum on MSM & HIV Grand Ducal Council of San Francisco Habitat for Humanity Harm Reduction Coalition Harm Reduction Therapy Center HealthRIGHT 360 HIV/AIDS Provider Network (HAPN) HIV Story Project Homeless Advocacy Project Homeless Youth Alliance

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Horizons Unlimited Hospitality House Independent Living Resource Center of San Francisco Instituto Familiar de la Raza La Casa de las Madres La Clínica de la Raza Larkin Street Youth Services Let’s Kick ASS—AIDS Survivor Syndrome The LGBT Asylum Project Lutheran Social Services LYRIC Lyon-Martin Health Services Maitri-Compassionate Care Mission Graduates Mission Neighborhood Health Center Mission Neighborhood Resource Center National AIDS Memorial Grove National Institute on Drug Abuse Native American Health Center The Northern California Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Foundation (NorcalMLK) Openhouse Our Town SF On Lok Lifeways PAWS Poder Positive Resource Center Positive Women’s Network Progress Foundation Project Homeless Connect Project Inform Project Open Hand Queer Lifespace Rafiki Coalition for Health and Wellness Richmond Area Multi-Services Inc. (RAMS) San Francisco Community Health Center (formerly API Wellness) San Francisco Department of Aging & Adult Services San Francisco Department of Public Health San Francisco Drug Users’ Union San Francisco Fire Department San Francisco General Hospital, Positive Health Program

San Francisco LGBT Center San Francisco Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development San Francisco Office of Economic and Workforce Development San Francisco State University Center for Research and Education on Gender and Sexuality San Francisco Suicide Prevention S.F. Juneteenth Celebration The Shanti Project Shelter Plus Care South of Market Health Center Southeast Health Center St. Anthony’s Foundation St. Francis Foundation St. James Infirmary Street Level Health Project Tenderloin Health Improvement Partnership Tenderloin Tessie TGI Justice Project Tiburcio Vasquez Health Center Tom Waddell Health Center Transgender Law Center Tri-City Health Center UC Berkeley Health Initiative of the Americas, School of Public Health UCSF 360: The Positive Care Center UCSF Alliance Health Project UCSF Center for AIDS Prevention Studies UCSF Center of Excellence for Transgender Health UCSF Golden Compass UCSF School of Dentistry University of the Pacific School of Dentistry Universidad Pedagógica Nacional de México Universidad Autónoma de Zacatecas Ciencias de la Salud Westside Community Services Women’s Community Clinic YTH

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OUR COMMUNITY PARTNERS The impact of our work would not be possible without collaborations with dozens of community partners. AGUILAS AIDS Emergency Fund AIDS Legal Referral Panel Alameda Point Collaborative Alliance Health Project Baker Places, Inc. Bay Area Legal Aid Behavioral Health Access Center The Billys California Association of Free and Charitable Clinics California HIV/AIDS Research Program California State Office of AIDS Carnaval San Francisco— Health Pavilion Castro Cares Castro Community Business District Castro Country Club Castro Merchants (MUMC) Clínica Martín-Baro Catholic Charities Centers for Disease Control and Prevention César E. Chávez Institute City of Refuge Compass Family Services Covered California East Bay AIDS Center/ CRUSH Project Dignity Fund Coalition Dolores Street Community Services DOPE Project Drug Policy Alliance El/La Para TransLatinas Family Caregiver Alliance Gay Asian Pacific Alliance Foundation (GAPA) Getting to Zero GLIDE The Global Forum on MSM & HIV Grand Ducal Council of San Francisco Habitat for Humanity Harm Reduction Coalition Harm Reduction Therapy Center HealthRIGHT 360 HIV/AIDS Provider Network (HAPN) HIV Story Project Homeless Advocacy Project Homeless Youth Alliance

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Horizons Unlimited Hospitality House Independent Living Resource Center of San Francisco Instituto Familiar de la Raza La Casa de las Madres La Clínica de la Raza Larkin Street Youth Services Let’s Kick ASS—AIDS Survivor Syndrome The LGBT Asylum Project Lutheran Social Services LYRIC Lyon-Martin Health Services Maitri-Compassionate Care Mission Graduates Mission Neighborhood Health Center Mission Neighborhood Resource Center National AIDS Memorial Grove National Institute on Drug Abuse Native American Health Center The Northern California Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Foundation (NorcalMLK) Openhouse Our Town SF On Lok Lifeways PAWS Poder Positive Resource Center Positive Women’s Network Progress Foundation Project Homeless Connect Project Inform Project Open Hand Queer Lifespace Rafiki Coalition for Health and Wellness Richmond Area Multi-Services Inc. (RAMS) San Francisco Community Health Center (formerly API Wellness) San Francisco Department of Aging & Adult Services San Francisco Department of Public Health San Francisco Drug Users’ Union San Francisco Fire Department San Francisco General Hospital, Positive Health Program

San Francisco LGBT Center San Francisco Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development San Francisco Office of Economic and Workforce Development San Francisco State University Center for Research and Education on Gender and Sexuality San Francisco Suicide Prevention S.F. Juneteenth Celebration The Shanti Project Shelter Plus Care South of Market Health Center Southeast Health Center St. Anthony’s Foundation St. Francis Foundation St. James Infirmary Street Level Health Project Tenderloin Health Improvement Partnership Tenderloin Tessie TGI Justice Project Tiburcio Vasquez Health Center Tom Waddell Health Center Transgender Law Center Tri-City Health Center UC Berkeley Health Initiative of the Americas, School of Public Health UCSF 360: The Positive Care Center UCSF Alliance Health Project UCSF Center for AIDS Prevention Studies UCSF Center of Excellence for Transgender Health UCSF Golden Compass UCSF School of Dentistry University of the Pacific School of Dentistry Universidad Pedagógica Nacional de México Universidad Autónoma de Zacatecas Ciencias de la Salud Westside Community Services Women’s Community Clinic YTH

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OUR SUPPORTERS We are grateful for the strong support of our donors, event participants, corporate and institutional partners, and volunteers. Their contribution not only makes our work possible, it affirms our belief that we can achieve our goal of zero new HIV infections, zero AIDS-related deaths, and zero HIV stigma.

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OUR SUPPORTERS We are grateful for the strong support of our donors, event participants, corporate and institutional partners, and volunteers. Their contribution not only makes our work possible, it affirms our belief that we can achieve our goal of zero new HIV infections, zero AIDS-related deaths, and zero HIV stigma.

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DONORS The generosity of our individual donors not only makes our work possible, it affirms our belief that we are in it together. San Francisco AIDS Foundation acknowledges the leadership and commitment of those dedicated to empowering our work.

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DONORS The generosity of our individual donors not only makes our work possible, it affirms our belief that we are in it together. San Francisco AIDS Foundation acknowledges the leadership and commitment of those dedicated to empowering our work.

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FIRST CITY CLUB San Francisco can be the first city to achieve zero new HIV infections, zero AIDSrelated deaths, and zero HIV stigma. The First City Club is our premier philanthropic group whose members contribute $1,000 or more directly to the Annual Fund, ensuring ongoing direct services to clients. First City Club members receive special invitations to exclusive events & discussions hosted by the First City Council. CURE GROUP: $10,000+ Andrew Goode Clifford Hopkins Wendy Jordan Ms. Mary Kneip Neil MacPhail Anonymous VISIONARY GROUP: $7,500–$9,999 Anonymous ADVOCACY GROUP: $5,000–$7,499 Paul Asente & Ron Jenks Kevin Sweeney Markus Watson Anonymous TREATMENT GROUP: $2,500–$4,999 Celestine Armenta Tarick Bedeir Jennifer & Steven Bermudez Debora & Christopher Booth John Carlson Heather Hanly & Daniel Purcell Nathan Moya Sharon Mullen Kenneth Okin Arthur Rangel Lorna Thornton Robert Togie Anonymous PREVENTION GROUP: $1,000–$2,499 Steven Abbott & James Stephens Ben Armstrong Teresa Babb Leo Balambao, Jr. Philip Besirof & Ryan Carter Paul Biondi

OUR SUPPORTERS

Norbert & Inger Bischofberger Robert Bodzin Richard Boudiette Steven Bracco Frank Bright Edward & Jan Brown David Bulanda Richard & Gina Asaro Busalacchi David Capurro Doug Carlson Denis Carrade Jaemin Chang Leona Chanin Ann Chiga Franklin Ching & Charley Kearns Christopher Cowen & Mark Metasavage James Crumbacher Karan Curtis John Dains Bruno Delagneau, MD Sharon Dillon Dan Dodd James Ely Christopher Esposito Richard Fiory Gary Flieger Leo Fontana Guillaume Forget Richard Frank Jean Zofia Frisbie Edwards Matt Fust Kevin Gardner & Paul Morrell Andrew Gaubatz Gloria Getty Jonathan Gibbons Richard Gobler Randall Goetzl Allan Gold Susan & Sidney Goodwill Marian & William Gould Nicholas & Jean Hall

Derrol Hammer Laurie Hane Dr. Eli Harari Zoë Harris Bruce Harter Stanley & Monica Hayes Mr. John Hefler & Ms. Roberta Hefler Peter Holson Rev. Edward Holterhoff Dennis Hopkins Elizabeth Hosick Tracey Jaquith Lon Justice Athanasios Kasapi Ken Katz Kurt Krebs George LaBella, Jr. Valery Lanyi, MD Jeffrey Leider John LePage Barry & Marie Lipman Arkless & Phyllis Lloyd Jeffrey & Susanne Lyons Rakesh Magodia Mark Manasse & Janet Mohle-Boetani Luciana Mazzola Nion McEvoy Mary Anne McGuireHickey & John Hickey Mr. Michael Mcshane Francine & David Meckler Nicholas Medina Ms. Joyce Milligan Jean Mitchell & Frederick L. Cannon Keith Morgridge Sally Morton William Moskalik Rudolph Muller Regina Myers Kenneth Nehmer Garrick Ohlsson Jack Padovano Barbara Paine

Michael Phillips John Piane Kenneth Powell & Rona Foster Jamie Ramsay Tom Ray Jose Resendiz Walter Rieman Jack Robertson William Robinson John Roese Russell Roybal Charles RussellSchlesinger Joshua & Abigail Sassoon Lori Schechter Brian Schultz Renee & Philip Seay David Slattengren Kevin & Laurel Smith Ron Smithson, Jr. Stephen Staffieri Ian Stockdale Earl Stokes & Alex Kiforenko Richard & Jo Anna Strawbridge Janet Swords Thomas Tarnowski Carry & John Thacher Dylan Thom Emily Thomann Christopher Thompson & Yves Zsutty Mr. Jeffrey Trescott Donna & John Warnken-Brill Ellen Winter Jeremy Wong Peter Zajichek T. G. Zimmerman Kyle Zink Anonymous

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FIRST CITY CLUB San Francisco can be the first city to achieve zero new HIV infections, zero AIDSrelated deaths, and zero HIV stigma. The First City Club is our premier philanthropic group whose members contribute $1,000 or more directly to the Annual Fund, ensuring ongoing direct services to clients. First City Club members receive special invitations to exclusive events & discussions hosted by the First City Council. CURE GROUP: $10,000+ Andrew Goode Clifford Hopkins Wendy Jordan Ms. Mary Kneip Neil MacPhail Anonymous VISIONARY GROUP: $7,500–$9,999 Anonymous ADVOCACY GROUP: $5,000–$7,499 Paul Asente & Ron Jenks Kevin Sweeney Markus Watson Anonymous TREATMENT GROUP: $2,500–$4,999 Celestine Armenta Tarick Bedeir Jennifer & Steven Bermudez Debora & Christopher Booth John Carlson Heather Hanly & Daniel Purcell Nathan Moya Sharon Mullen Kenneth Okin Arthur Rangel Lorna Thornton Robert Togie Anonymous PREVENTION GROUP: $1,000–$2,499 Steven Abbott & James Stephens Ben Armstrong Teresa Babb Leo Balambao, Jr. Philip Besirof & Ryan Carter Paul Biondi

OUR SUPPORTERS

Norbert & Inger Bischofberger Robert Bodzin Richard Boudiette Steven Bracco Frank Bright Edward & Jan Brown David Bulanda Richard & Gina Asaro Busalacchi David Capurro Doug Carlson Denis Carrade Jaemin Chang Leona Chanin Ann Chiga Franklin Ching & Charley Kearns Christopher Cowen & Mark Metasavage James Crumbacher Karan Curtis John Dains Bruno Delagneau, MD Sharon Dillon Dan Dodd James Ely Christopher Esposito Richard Fiory Gary Flieger Leo Fontana Guillaume Forget Richard Frank Jean Zofia Frisbie Edwards Matt Fust Kevin Gardner & Paul Morrell Andrew Gaubatz Gloria Getty Jonathan Gibbons Richard Gobler Randall Goetzl Allan Gold Susan & Sidney Goodwill Marian & William Gould Nicholas & Jean Hall

Derrol Hammer Laurie Hane Dr. Eli Harari Zoë Harris Bruce Harter Stanley & Monica Hayes Mr. John Hefler & Ms. Roberta Hefler Peter Holson Rev. Edward Holterhoff Dennis Hopkins Elizabeth Hosick Tracey Jaquith Lon Justice Athanasios Kasapi Ken Katz Kurt Krebs George LaBella, Jr. Valery Lanyi, MD Jeffrey Leider John LePage Barry & Marie Lipman Arkless & Phyllis Lloyd Jeffrey & Susanne Lyons Rakesh Magodia Mark Manasse & Janet Mohle-Boetani Luciana Mazzola Nion McEvoy Mary Anne McGuireHickey & John Hickey Mr. Michael Mcshane Francine & David Meckler Nicholas Medina Ms. Joyce Milligan Jean Mitchell & Frederick L. Cannon Keith Morgridge Sally Morton William Moskalik Rudolph Muller Regina Myers Kenneth Nehmer Garrick Ohlsson Jack Padovano Barbara Paine

Michael Phillips John Piane Kenneth Powell & Rona Foster Jamie Ramsay Tom Ray Jose Resendiz Walter Rieman Jack Robertson William Robinson John Roese Russell Roybal Charles RussellSchlesinger Joshua & Abigail Sassoon Lori Schechter Brian Schultz Renee & Philip Seay David Slattengren Kevin & Laurel Smith Ron Smithson, Jr. Stephen Staffieri Ian Stockdale Earl Stokes & Alex Kiforenko Richard & Jo Anna Strawbridge Janet Swords Thomas Tarnowski Carry & John Thacher Dylan Thom Emily Thomann Christopher Thompson & Yves Zsutty Mr. Jeffrey Trescott Donna & John Warnken-Brill Ellen Winter Jeremy Wong Peter Zajichek T. G. Zimmerman Kyle Zink Anonymous

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CAMPAIGN FOR HEALTH & WELLNESS Contributors to the Campaign for Health & Wellness changed how the Castro experiences HIV prevention and care by making possible the integrated work that happens at Strut. Thanks to the vision and generosity of contributors, the Campaign raised more than $15 million and closed in June 2017—nearly a year ahead of schedule. CAMPAIGN LEADERSHIP COMMITTEE Stephen Adams Stuart Burden The Honorable José M. Cisneros Matthew Denckla Mike Dillon Bevan Dufty Carnell Freeman Neil G. Giuliano Laurie Hane Clifford Hopkins Jerrell Jimerson Mark Kelleher Mike Kidd James Loduca Todd Nelson Tim Patriarca Tom Perrault Alan Ratliff Mark Reisbaum Mike Richey Rod Seymore Alex Sloan Paul Volberding, MD Rick Welts Keith Wetmore Senator Scott Wiener Russell Wood

OUR SUPPORTERS

INDIVIDUAL DONORS Sy Aal Steven Abbott & Jim Stephens Luke Adams Stephen Adams Kevin Ahart Andrea Aiello Randall Alfred Charles-Antoine Allain William Allen Arturo Altamirano Peter Apostolakis Geoffrey Applegarth Camille Applin-Jones Troy Arnold Jason Atwater Brian Backus Lynne Baker Rafael Balaguer Derek Barnes James Barrett Alvin Baum & Robert Holgate Brian Beadle Heather Beckstead Tarick Bedeir Christopher W. Benson Jeremy Bergtholdt Randall Bernard James Bleiberg Rochelle & Steve Bochner Paul Boneberg Nik Bonovich Michael Booth & Mike Oliva Lisa Bottom Jake Bowers Walter Bowman Craig Bradley Gary Brandau Niels Brandstrup Revocable Trust Randy Brasche Jeffrey Brauer Harry Breaux Noah Breyer Douglas Maxwell Brooks Carol L. Brosgart, MD

Raymond A. Brown & Ventura J. Perez Trust Phillip Buckland Stuart Burden Chris Burke Tom Burke & Axel Brunger Wes Burwell Richard M. Cain Mark A. Calvano Joanne Cansicio Frank Capley-Alfano Jeff Doney, Sr. & Xavier Caylor Mary Cha-Caswell Luiza & Leland Chan Hamish Chandra Perry Chen PJ Cherrin Cathy Chin Brian Chrisman The Honorable José M. Cisneros & Mark D. Kelleher Bruce Cohen Rhonda Coldiron Laurence Colton & John McCoy Colby Conner Anthony Conti Estate of Lawrence H. Cook Paul Volberding, MD & Molly Cooke, MD Arthur Corbin Christopher Cowen & Mark Metasavage Crossville Inc. John Curley Donald Currie Michael Curtian James Dale Joe D’Alessandro & David Jones Bruce Davis & Robert Murray R. Tom De Gunst-Scheffer Revocable Trust Bruno Delagneau & Jennifer Mitchell Piers Delcore Matthew Denckla

Edward Denebeim Mike Dillon Camille Doherty Doug Donnellan Lillian Donovan-Seid Matthew Doyle Estate of Thomas M. Dross Nancy Durlester DuBois Jerry Duck & Michael Hall Bevan Dufty & Corey Lambert James Dye Kyle Eberly Aaron Endre Ann Esteban Lisa Fahey Joel Federman Beth Feingold Mike Fernald Lisa Finkelstein Anne Fitzgerald Matthew Florio David Fraze Carnell Freeman Dale Freeman Trent Friday Brian Garrett & Stephen Fronk Steve Gibson Mary Jean & Peter Giotta Neil G. Giuliano Robert Gleeson Will Gould, Jr. Robert Grant Ron Gray Gary Green Estate of Clayton M. Grillo Ryan Guaderrama Jay Hall Richard Hamer Laurie S. Hane Andy Hannemann Zoë K. Harris Liesel & Jason Harris-Boundy Samuel Harrison Dave Heighington Ken Henderson

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CAMPAIGN FOR HEALTH & WELLNESS Contributors to the Campaign for Health & Wellness changed how the Castro experiences HIV prevention and care by making possible the integrated work that happens at Strut. Thanks to the vision and generosity of contributors, the Campaign raised more than $15 million and closed in June 2017—nearly a year ahead of schedule. CAMPAIGN LEADERSHIP COMMITTEE Stephen Adams Stuart Burden The Honorable José M. Cisneros Matthew Denckla Mike Dillon Bevan Dufty Carnell Freeman Neil G. Giuliano Laurie Hane Clifford Hopkins Jerrell Jimerson Mark Kelleher Mike Kidd James Loduca Todd Nelson Tim Patriarca Tom Perrault Alan Ratliff Mark Reisbaum Mike Richey Rod Seymore Alex Sloan Paul Volberding, MD Rick Welts Keith Wetmore Senator Scott Wiener Russell Wood

OUR SUPPORTERS

INDIVIDUAL DONORS Sy Aal Steven Abbott & Jim Stephens Luke Adams Stephen Adams Kevin Ahart Andrea Aiello Randall Alfred Charles-Antoine Allain William Allen Arturo Altamirano Peter Apostolakis Geoffrey Applegarth Camille Applin-Jones Troy Arnold Jason Atwater Brian Backus Lynne Baker Rafael Balaguer Derek Barnes James Barrett Alvin Baum & Robert Holgate Brian Beadle Heather Beckstead Tarick Bedeir Christopher W. Benson Jeremy Bergtholdt Randall Bernard James Bleiberg Rochelle & Steve Bochner Paul Boneberg Nik Bonovich Michael Booth & Mike Oliva Lisa Bottom Jake Bowers Walter Bowman Craig Bradley Gary Brandau Niels Brandstrup Revocable Trust Randy Brasche Jeffrey Brauer Harry Breaux Noah Breyer Douglas Maxwell Brooks Carol L. Brosgart, MD

Raymond A. Brown & Ventura J. Perez Trust Phillip Buckland Stuart Burden Chris Burke Tom Burke & Axel Brunger Wes Burwell Richard M. Cain Mark A. Calvano Joanne Cansicio Frank Capley-Alfano Jeff Doney, Sr. & Xavier Caylor Mary Cha-Caswell Luiza & Leland Chan Hamish Chandra Perry Chen PJ Cherrin Cathy Chin Brian Chrisman The Honorable José M. Cisneros & Mark D. Kelleher Bruce Cohen Rhonda Coldiron Laurence Colton & John McCoy Colby Conner Anthony Conti Estate of Lawrence H. Cook Paul Volberding, MD & Molly Cooke, MD Arthur Corbin Christopher Cowen & Mark Metasavage Crossville Inc. John Curley Donald Currie Michael Curtian James Dale Joe D’Alessandro & David Jones Bruce Davis & Robert Murray R. Tom De Gunst-Scheffer Revocable Trust Bruno Delagneau & Jennifer Mitchell Piers Delcore Matthew Denckla

Edward Denebeim Mike Dillon Camille Doherty Doug Donnellan Lillian Donovan-Seid Matthew Doyle Estate of Thomas M. Dross Nancy Durlester DuBois Jerry Duck & Michael Hall Bevan Dufty & Corey Lambert James Dye Kyle Eberly Aaron Endre Ann Esteban Lisa Fahey Joel Federman Beth Feingold Mike Fernald Lisa Finkelstein Anne Fitzgerald Matthew Florio David Fraze Carnell Freeman Dale Freeman Trent Friday Brian Garrett & Stephen Fronk Steve Gibson Mary Jean & Peter Giotta Neil G. Giuliano Robert Gleeson Will Gould, Jr. Robert Grant Ron Gray Gary Green Estate of Clayton M. Grillo Ryan Guaderrama Jay Hall Richard Hamer Laurie S. Hane Andy Hannemann Zoë K. Harris Liesel & Jason Harris-Boundy Samuel Harrison Dave Heighington Ken Henderson

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Campaign for Health & Wellness Individual Donors, continued David Hendricks & Albert Oliver Michelle Hicks Gregg Hierholzer Monte Hill Estate of Annie Hobbs Estate of Donald Frederick Hodges Dr. Philip Hodges Joe Hollendoner & William Marsland IV Lynne Hollison Clifford Hopkins & Stephen Callcott Ambassador James Hormel & Michael Nguyen Diana Houts Don Howard Ben Hu Alec Hughes Shun Hung Holly Hutter Harry Jacobs Peter Jacobs Michael Jaramillo Randi Johnsen Anthony Johnson Scot Johnson & Francisco Mora Brian Jones Joan Juster Bernie Katzmann & Roland Trego S. Brett Kaufman & Charles Brown Steve Kaye Estate of Gary Allen Kean Thomas R. Kearney Kim Keller David Kensington Michael Kidd & Kenneth Sloan Alex Kirschner Kurt E. Kleespies Chris Knight Cory Knox Martin Kramer Doug Laine Jeremy Lamb Mely Leung Michael Lighty Joan Lind Pam Ling & Judd Winick Sean Livingston & Jeremy Pelkey James Loduca Lori Van Wert Ernie Lou Eduardo Lucio-Villalon Elaine Luo

OUR SUPPORTERS

Gregory Lynn & Glenn Risso Andrew MacDonald Robert Makowka Eric Mann Matthew Marquis Robert Martin Andrew Mason Armistead Maupin & Christopher Turner James C. McCann & James E. Canales Erin McCarthy Estate of Jewell McConnell Suzanne McCormick Seamus McGeever Henry Mensch Anthony Mercurio Sherman Merritt, Jr. Mike Mertz Jenny Miner Kajsa Minor David Mixner Ray Moczulski Chong Mok Charles Molosky, II Richard Mordesovich Joshua Morgan Ron Morrison & Chuck Slaton Estate of Luisa M. Moscatelli-Fenton David Mould & Don Romesburg Steve Murray Virginia Murphy Lawrence T. Nelson Anne Nelson Todd Nelson Huu Ngo Tiffany Nguyen John Nienow Redge Norton Frank Duff & John Okuloski Ira Olney Brian Orter Judy Pan Rupesh Pandey Pastor Irrevocable Trust Shivani Patel Skye Paterson Tim Patriarca & James Wang Seph Paul Tim Paulson Kevin Pedretti Stuart Kent & Mark Pellegrino Julia Peppard Charlie Perkins

Tom Perrault & Sal Giambanco Franck Perry Jess Perry Kris Perry Liz Pesch Michael Peterson Linda Post Theodore Preusch Quincy Quinton Robert Quon, MD & Mark Oliver David Rak Emily Randall & Alison Leahey George Reel Mark G. Reisbaum & Michael T. Case Kyle Rempfer Karen Rewalt Charles Rhodes Mike Richey & Chris Winslow Gregory Rivers Joseph Rocha Rita Rohit Jennifer Rollerson Scott Romyns Mike Rondelli James Rooney Estate of Alice S. Rosenzweig Greg Rotter Russell D. Roybal Eric Rozendahl Ismael Ruiz Abaunza Robert Rybicki & Lee Ng Estate of John A. Sacher Mark Salimbene San Francisco AIDS Foundation Legacy Gift Nicholas Sanchez Betsy Sandidge Samantha Santa Elena Fabien Santos Ben Savage Susie Schechter Benjamin Schiller Vittorio Sciulli Jonathan Scott Alan Scroggie Kevin Sessums Rod Seymore Christopher Shepler Ingeborg Shewbridge Trust Leah Siegel Erik Slayton Alex Sloan D. Gregory Smith Kenneth Smith

Judith Snyderman Michael Sommer Daniel Sonnenfeld & Dave Hendrickson Estate of Dale Stancliff Stearns R. Ellis Revocable Trust Jack Stephenson Caroline Reich Sterman & Lisa Sterman, MPH, MD Gregory Stock Suraphan Sunantanasuk Sutter Health/CPMC Steven Tallman & Yuri Michielsen Vincent Tamariz Paul B. Tan, DMD Carlo Tarantino Justin Taylor Michael Theriault Scott Thibodeaux Lorenzo Thione Lorna Thornton, MD Cheryl Stephenson & Dennis Tidrington Tim Jones David Tsai Atticus Tysen Andrew Uhl Martha Van Galder Gus Van Sant George Robert Vargas Aminta Vasquez Christopher Vasquez Ajay Wadhwa Estate of Calvan G. Walker Chloe Warren Estate of Jack P. Warren Keith C. Wetmore Matthew White Brian Wiedenemeier Senator Scott Wiener Claire Wiggill Joe Williams, III Michael & Sharon Winston Richard Wolf Russell Wood & Will Gould Timothy Wright-Field Jimmy Yarbro Betty & Arthur Yee Kristin Yetto Benjamin Lee & Bettina Yip Alfred Yue Salman Zahid Anonymous, in honor of Michael Palm Anonymous (6)

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Campaign for Health & Wellness Individual Donors, continued David Hendricks & Albert Oliver Michelle Hicks Gregg Hierholzer Monte Hill Estate of Annie Hobbs Estate of Donald Frederick Hodges Dr. Philip Hodges Joe Hollendoner & William Marsland IV Lynne Hollison Clifford Hopkins & Stephen Callcott Ambassador James Hormel & Michael Nguyen Diana Houts Don Howard Ben Hu Alec Hughes Shun Hung Holly Hutter Harry Jacobs Peter Jacobs Michael Jaramillo Randi Johnsen Anthony Johnson Scot Johnson & Francisco Mora Brian Jones Joan Juster Bernie Katzmann & Roland Trego S. Brett Kaufman & Charles Brown Steve Kaye Estate of Gary Allen Kean Thomas R. Kearney Kim Keller David Kensington Michael Kidd & Kenneth Sloan Alex Kirschner Kurt E. Kleespies Chris Knight Cory Knox Martin Kramer Doug Laine Jeremy Lamb Mely Leung Michael Lighty Joan Lind Pam Ling & Judd Winick Sean Livingston & Jeremy Pelkey James Loduca Lori Van Wert Ernie Lou Eduardo Lucio-Villalon Elaine Luo

OUR SUPPORTERS

Gregory Lynn & Glenn Risso Andrew MacDonald Robert Makowka Eric Mann Matthew Marquis Robert Martin Andrew Mason Armistead Maupin & Christopher Turner James C. McCann & James E. Canales Erin McCarthy Estate of Jewell McConnell Suzanne McCormick Seamus McGeever Henry Mensch Anthony Mercurio Sherman Merritt, Jr. Mike Mertz Jenny Miner Kajsa Minor David Mixner Ray Moczulski Chong Mok Charles Molosky, II Richard Mordesovich Joshua Morgan Ron Morrison & Chuck Slaton Estate of Luisa M. Moscatelli-Fenton David Mould & Don Romesburg Steve Murray Virginia Murphy Lawrence T. Nelson Anne Nelson Todd Nelson Huu Ngo Tiffany Nguyen John Nienow Redge Norton Frank Duff & John Okuloski Ira Olney Brian Orter Judy Pan Rupesh Pandey Pastor Irrevocable Trust Shivani Patel Skye Paterson Tim Patriarca & James Wang Seph Paul Tim Paulson Kevin Pedretti Stuart Kent & Mark Pellegrino Julia Peppard Charlie Perkins

Tom Perrault & Sal Giambanco Franck Perry Jess Perry Kris Perry Liz Pesch Michael Peterson Linda Post Theodore Preusch Quincy Quinton Robert Quon, MD & Mark Oliver David Rak Emily Randall & Alison Leahey George Reel Mark G. Reisbaum & Michael T. Case Kyle Rempfer Karen Rewalt Charles Rhodes Mike Richey & Chris Winslow Gregory Rivers Joseph Rocha Rita Rohit Jennifer Rollerson Scott Romyns Mike Rondelli James Rooney Estate of Alice S. Rosenzweig Greg Rotter Russell D. Roybal Eric Rozendahl Ismael Ruiz Abaunza Robert Rybicki & Lee Ng Estate of John A. Sacher Mark Salimbene San Francisco AIDS Foundation Legacy Gift Nicholas Sanchez Betsy Sandidge Samantha Santa Elena Fabien Santos Ben Savage Susie Schechter Benjamin Schiller Vittorio Sciulli Jonathan Scott Alan Scroggie Kevin Sessums Rod Seymore Christopher Shepler Ingeborg Shewbridge Trust Leah Siegel Erik Slayton Alex Sloan D. Gregory Smith Kenneth Smith

Judith Snyderman Michael Sommer Daniel Sonnenfeld & Dave Hendrickson Estate of Dale Stancliff Stearns R. Ellis Revocable Trust Jack Stephenson Caroline Reich Sterman & Lisa Sterman, MPH, MD Gregory Stock Suraphan Sunantanasuk Sutter Health/CPMC Steven Tallman & Yuri Michielsen Vincent Tamariz Paul B. Tan, DMD Carlo Tarantino Justin Taylor Michael Theriault Scott Thibodeaux Lorenzo Thione Lorna Thornton, MD Cheryl Stephenson & Dennis Tidrington Tim Jones David Tsai Atticus Tysen Andrew Uhl Martha Van Galder Gus Van Sant George Robert Vargas Aminta Vasquez Christopher Vasquez Ajay Wadhwa Estate of Calvan G. Walker Chloe Warren Estate of Jack P. Warren Keith C. Wetmore Matthew White Brian Wiedenemeier Senator Scott Wiener Claire Wiggill Joe Williams, III Michael & Sharon Winston Richard Wolf Russell Wood & Will Gould Timothy Wright-Field Jimmy Yarbro Betty & Arthur Yee Kristin Yetto Benjamin Lee & Bettina Yip Alfred Yue Salman Zahid Anonymous, in honor of Michael Palm Anonymous (6)

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PARTNERS IN CARING Ongoing monthly contributions provide an important source of year-round funding in support of our work. The following list recognizes members of Partners in Caring who made recurring gifts totaling $500 or more in 2017. $2,500+ Kenneth Okin $1,000–$2,499 David Capurro Bruno Delagneau, MD Nicholas & Jean Hall George LaBella Michael Phillips Joshua & Abigail Sassoon Ian Stockdale T. G. Zimmerman

OUR SUPPORTERS

$500–$999 Donald A. Ackerman Kathleen Ahrens Dean Basilio Steve & Bobbie Benninga Marlis Branaka Christine Chan & Stanley Chan Craig Claussen Debra & Earl Comer Mary Ellen Curtis Thomas Dean Tracie & James Decker Susan Donker Lillian Fireside Suzanne Hendrich Russell Hurley Rick Jarvis Gaius Jurado

Ellice Kaminsky Mark Kornmann David & Robin Lee Linda & John Lyons Nicole Moreno Merrysue Mosconi Michael Gillespie & Kirk Nass Karen Riley Sara Scott James Scott Sinnott & Irina De Fischer Juli Ann Todd Gary West & Marina Jimenez Patricia White Constance Wright Paula Zwagerman Anonymous (2)

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PARTNERS IN CARING Ongoing monthly contributions provide an important source of year-round funding in support of our work. The following list recognizes members of Partners in Caring who made recurring gifts totaling $500 or more in 2017. $2,500+ Kenneth Okin $1,000–$2,499 David Capurro Bruno Delagneau, MD Nicholas & Jean Hall George LaBella Michael Phillips Joshua & Abigail Sassoon Ian Stockdale T. G. Zimmerman

OUR SUPPORTERS

$500–$999 Donald A. Ackerman Kathleen Ahrens Dean Basilio Steve & Bobbie Benninga Marlis Branaka Christine Chan & Stanley Chan Craig Claussen Debra & Earl Comer Mary Ellen Curtis Thomas Dean Tracie & James Decker Susan Donker Lillian Fireside Suzanne Hendrich Russell Hurley Rick Jarvis Gaius Jurado

Ellice Kaminsky Mark Kornmann David & Robin Lee Linda & John Lyons Nicole Moreno Merrysue Mosconi Michael Gillespie & Kirk Nass Karen Riley Sara Scott James Scott Sinnott & Irina De Fischer Juli Ann Todd Gary West & Marina Jimenez Patricia White Constance Wright Paula Zwagerman Anonymous (2)

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LEGACY SOCIETY Members of the Legacy Society have honored San Francisco AIDS Foundation by including us in their estate plans. We gratefully acknowledge the receipt of legacy gifts from the following estates made in 2017. Niels Brandstrup Revocable Trust Raymond Brown & Ventura Perez James S. DeLoach Harold Dirks Trust Walter Robert Ems 2005 Revocable Inter-Vivos Trust The Dianne K. Harding Trust Ann K. Hobbs Pastor Irrevocable Trust Ingeborg Shewbridge Trust Dale Stancliff

OUR SUPPORTERS

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LEGACY SOCIETY Members of the Legacy Society have honored San Francisco AIDS Foundation by including us in their estate plans. We gratefully acknowledge the receipt of legacy gifts from the following estates made in 2017. Niels Brandstrup Revocable Trust Raymond Brown & Ventura Perez James S. DeLoach Harold Dirks Trust Walter Robert Ems 2005 Revocable Inter-Vivos Trust The Dianne K. Harding Trust Ann K. Hobbs Pastor Irrevocable Trust Ingeborg Shewbridge Trust Dale Stancliff

OUR SUPPORTERS

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ALL DONORS Thank you to all those who donated to any campaign or event. $25,000+ Ms. Mary Kneip Maja Kristin

Stephen Engblom Joanne Engel Nathan Faust Rachel Frazier $10,000–$24,999 Serge Huard & Robert Blitzer Cris Christensen Robert Carstensen Darren Iverson Denise Cook Sean Livingston & Jeremy Pelkey Jack Dorsey Noah Love Andrew Goode Andrew Maston Robert & Colleen Haas Nathan Maughan Clifford Hopkins James C. Hormel & Michael Megan & Alex Minkiewicz P. Nguyen Maggie Monroe Wendy Jordan Nathan Moya Neil MacPhail Lisa Nakamoto Vincent Mazza Mark Oliver Chip McAllister Brian Popplewell Michael Purdy Eric Stahl Alex Sloan & Linus James Stephenson Mendenhall Kevin Sweeney Cameron Smith The Ralston Family Fund Anonymous Markus Watson Anonymous (3) $7,500–$9,999 Steven Abbott & $2,500–$4,999 James Stephens Lori Curry Gary Aliff, Jr. John-Paul Aguirre Philip Besirof & Ryan Mikhaila Amora Carter Celestine Armenta Milledge Hart Eddie Baba Michael Kinsley Anthony Barker Marc & Carolyn Lore Tarick Bedeir Matthew Marquis Jennifer & Steven Robert Quayle Bermudez Breck Vandenberghe Timothy Bogan John Weaver & Debora & Christopher C. Martin Meekins Booth Joseph Zils Billy Bradford Kyle Zink Douglas Brooks Anonymous Julie & Mike Brown John Carlson $5,000–$7,499 Valerie Caruso Stephen Andrews John Celenza Paul Asente & Ron Jenks Paul Charron Christopher Berini & Brian Conaghan & Jeffrey Huang Shawn Priggel Peter Borkon & Scot Corrigan Kristofer Konietzko Kerry Cullen John Brown, Sr. Dean Daniels Ian Cartan Dan Dobson-Smith Mike Dillon Kevin Olson & Jerry Duck Greg Doolittle Christian Edvardsen Michael Dowling

OUR SUPPORTERS

Robert Earl Buck Farmer Jason Forbis Mary Ford Neil Fullagar Ferdinand Garcia Tom Garigliano Jeffrey Gill Shelby Green Rebecca Greenberg Erin Griffith Ashraf Habibullah Laurie Hane Patrick Haney Heather Hanly & Daniel Purcell Peter Hanson Scott Herbst Joe Hollendoner & Bill Marsland Peter Holson James Horner Mark Huebner Nathan Judkins Anna Jurgens John Keiser Peter Kelley Brooke Kimbrough Thomas Kocon Diane Kopitsky Mark Kreher Daniel L’Abbe George Larribas & Ed Hornberger Jim LaTorre Charles Lee Ron Lezell George Loftis Erick Lopez Sasha Madfes Victor Martinez Jennifer Maxwell John Mitchell Jonas Moe Jason Moment Linda Moore Jacob Morgan William Moskalik Sharon Mullen Mark Nelson Aimy Ngo Kenneth Okin John O’Rourke

Carol Osborne Raymond Palko Fernando Pantoja Jerry Francone & Curt Parker Gary Patterson Eric Perino Craig Petersen Yuriy Platoshyn Max Kirkeberg Ed Quick Robert Quon, MD & Mark Oliver Arthur Rangel Sean Ray Sigrida Reinis Lance Relicke Adam Robinson Raul Rodriguez & Tony Perisin Eric Rozendahl Katie Salcido Joshua & Abigail Sassoon Thad Sauvain Michael Sijacic Denise R. Sobel Wayne P. Springsteen Gregory Sroda Robert Stahl, Jr. Shelby Stark Jack Stephenson Claire Stull Todd Suchevits Eriko Talley Kelly Thompson Beau Thomson Lorna Thornton Robert Togie Scott Turner Michael Vanni Edward Viljoen Robert Warren Maureen Watson Jan Wexner Laurie Wexner Dwight Wilson Zachary Wine Frank Woo Jeremy Yost Christopher Zolezzi Anonymous (17)

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ALL DONORS Thank you to all those who donated to any campaign or event. $25,000+ Ms. Mary Kneip Maja Kristin

Stephen Engblom Joanne Engel Nathan Faust Rachel Frazier $10,000–$24,999 Serge Huard & Robert Blitzer Cris Christensen Robert Carstensen Darren Iverson Denise Cook Sean Livingston & Jeremy Pelkey Jack Dorsey Noah Love Andrew Goode Andrew Maston Robert & Colleen Haas Nathan Maughan Clifford Hopkins James C. Hormel & Michael Megan & Alex Minkiewicz P. Nguyen Maggie Monroe Wendy Jordan Nathan Moya Neil MacPhail Lisa Nakamoto Vincent Mazza Mark Oliver Chip McAllister Brian Popplewell Michael Purdy Eric Stahl Alex Sloan & Linus James Stephenson Mendenhall Kevin Sweeney Cameron Smith The Ralston Family Fund Anonymous Markus Watson Anonymous (3) $7,500–$9,999 Steven Abbott & $2,500–$4,999 James Stephens Lori Curry Gary Aliff, Jr. John-Paul Aguirre Philip Besirof & Ryan Mikhaila Amora Carter Celestine Armenta Milledge Hart Eddie Baba Michael Kinsley Anthony Barker Marc & Carolyn Lore Tarick Bedeir Matthew Marquis Jennifer & Steven Robert Quayle Bermudez Breck Vandenberghe Timothy Bogan John Weaver & Debora & Christopher C. Martin Meekins Booth Joseph Zils Billy Bradford Kyle Zink Douglas Brooks Anonymous Julie & Mike Brown John Carlson $5,000–$7,499 Valerie Caruso Stephen Andrews John Celenza Paul Asente & Ron Jenks Paul Charron Christopher Berini & Brian Conaghan & Jeffrey Huang Shawn Priggel Peter Borkon & Scot Corrigan Kristofer Konietzko Kerry Cullen John Brown, Sr. Dean Daniels Ian Cartan Dan Dobson-Smith Mike Dillon Kevin Olson & Jerry Duck Greg Doolittle Christian Edvardsen Michael Dowling

OUR SUPPORTERS

Robert Earl Buck Farmer Jason Forbis Mary Ford Neil Fullagar Ferdinand Garcia Tom Garigliano Jeffrey Gill Shelby Green Rebecca Greenberg Erin Griffith Ashraf Habibullah Laurie Hane Patrick Haney Heather Hanly & Daniel Purcell Peter Hanson Scott Herbst Joe Hollendoner & Bill Marsland Peter Holson James Horner Mark Huebner Nathan Judkins Anna Jurgens John Keiser Peter Kelley Brooke Kimbrough Thomas Kocon Diane Kopitsky Mark Kreher Daniel L’Abbe George Larribas & Ed Hornberger Jim LaTorre Charles Lee Ron Lezell George Loftis Erick Lopez Sasha Madfes Victor Martinez Jennifer Maxwell John Mitchell Jonas Moe Jason Moment Linda Moore Jacob Morgan William Moskalik Sharon Mullen Mark Nelson Aimy Ngo Kenneth Okin John O’Rourke

Carol Osborne Raymond Palko Fernando Pantoja Jerry Francone & Curt Parker Gary Patterson Eric Perino Craig Petersen Yuriy Platoshyn Max Kirkeberg Ed Quick Robert Quon, MD & Mark Oliver Arthur Rangel Sean Ray Sigrida Reinis Lance Relicke Adam Robinson Raul Rodriguez & Tony Perisin Eric Rozendahl Katie Salcido Joshua & Abigail Sassoon Thad Sauvain Michael Sijacic Denise R. Sobel Wayne P. Springsteen Gregory Sroda Robert Stahl, Jr. Shelby Stark Jack Stephenson Claire Stull Todd Suchevits Eriko Talley Kelly Thompson Beau Thomson Lorna Thornton Robert Togie Scott Turner Michael Vanni Edward Viljoen Robert Warren Maureen Watson Jan Wexner Laurie Wexner Dwight Wilson Zachary Wine Frank Woo Jeremy Yost Christopher Zolezzi Anonymous (17)

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All Individual Donors, continued $1,000–$2,499 Frank Adair Courtney Alev Patricia Allgeyer John Alter Oscar Alvarez John Anderson Aaron Andrade Janet Andres Janet Andres Bradley Andrews Kathy Antengiwanni Ben Armstrong Gavin Ashworth Terry Asten Bennett Harry Atterbury Claudio Avila Teresa Babb Katie Bain Tina Baker Phillip Balistrieri Mark Bambury Steve Barker Fara Barrero-Dominguez Matt Barrio Sean Barron Joel & Wendy Bartlett Benjamin Bartos Richard Beard John Beattie Judith Bechtel Chad Beecher James Beitzel Charles Bendes Craig Benson Allan Berenstein Kris Besley Miray Bik Paul Biondi Norbert & Inger Bischofberger Jon Bixler Hal Black Sasha Blades Peter Blitz Gregory Block Sean Bloomfield Rochelle & Steve Bochner Rochelle Bochner Robert Bodzin Michael Bodziner Ted Bolivar Craig Bongart Robert Bonner Corwin & Margaret Booth Marc Boroditsky Henry Bortman Lucy Bottrell Robert Boucher

OUR SUPPORTERS

Richard Boudiette Colby Bourgeois Ryan Brady Kara Bratcher Daniel Braun Bryan Breckenridge Kathrin Breu Anchor Brewing Frank Bright Dr. Carol Brosgart Robert Brower Donald Brown Edward & Jan Brown Jeremy Brown Trish Brown Kris Bruskiewicz David Bulanda Max Burger Matthew Burgess Craig Burns Wes Burwell Richard & Gina Asaro Busalacchi Tim Butler A.J. Calalang Alicia Callahan Michael Callanan & Brian Urmanita Josh Callen James Camou Michael Canha David Capurro Doug Carlson Lu Juanna & Willard Carlstedt Adam Carmel Leslie Carr Denis Carrade Prudence Carter Kim Carter Martinez Allan Casalou Caelyn Casanova Daniel Casey Steve Casto Kenneth Cation Kevin Caudill Nancy Cavanaugh Martha Cederstrom Mary Cha-Caswell Kerry Chace Barbara Chadderdon Lisa Chadwick Darrin Chambers Hamish Chandra Jaemin Chang Leona Chanin Isabelle Chao Warren Chase Angelique Chavez

Cindy Cheung & Ed Lin Ann Chiga Leslie Choong John Chowning Karl Christiansen Winston Chu Marilda Chung Melanie Clay Scott Clinkenbeard Joe Cloyes Gregory Coffey George Cogan Abbie Cohen Andy Cohen Victor Colborn Monica Coleman Cheryl Coles Eric J. Collier & Joseph Newell Ramona Collins Truman Collins Derek Collison Frances Connelly Marcos Contreras Adam Scott Coppoletti Carina Cortez Tom Cortez Stephanie Cosgrove Christina Costa Kenneth & Sarah Coverdell Christopher Cowen & Mark Metasavage Jon Cox Travis Croft James Crumbacher Justin Cullum Clifford Curry Karan Curtis Steven Czekala, DDS John Dains John Daum Susan Davenport William & Cheryl Davidson Holly Day Geoffrey De Sousa Robert Dearth, III Bruno Delagneau, MD Kelly Dermody Jesse Derose Renee DeVinck Marti Diamond Katherine Dietzen John Dillon Sharon Dillon Timothy Disney Dan Dodd Jon Doellstedt Jonathan Dolan John Doordan

Maisha Draves Quig Driver Mary Droese Aryele Dubé Sandra Dubinsky William Duhamel, Jr. Matthew Duran Maurice Duran Kevin Durrance Liliana Eagan Scott Edwards Barry Eisenberg Richard Elefant James Ely Louise & Jacob Epstein Patrik Erwin Javier Espinoza Christopher Esposito Cheryl Esters Dan Evans John Evans Thomas Exley Patrick Fagan Peter Farmer, DDS David Farrar Billy Farrer Richard Fiory Mark Fischer-Colbrie Kevin Thaddeus Fisher Paulson & Brian Fisher Paulson Karin & James Fitzgerald Shannen Flores Leo Fontana Dorothy Ford Guillaume Forget Carol Forte Justin Foster Susanne Fountain Richard Frank Colin Frankland Douglas Frantz Dr. Joel Frazier Jean Zofia Frisbie Edwards Stephen Fronk & Brian Garrett Matt Fust Heidi Galbraith Terra Gallery Margarita Gandia Kevin Gardner & Paul Morrell Henry Garrido Kelly Gaskins Carson Gaspar Stanlee Gatti Andrew Gaubatz Richard Gebel William Gerrity Gloria Getty

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All Individual Donors, continued $1,000–$2,499 Frank Adair Courtney Alev Patricia Allgeyer John Alter Oscar Alvarez John Anderson Aaron Andrade Janet Andres Janet Andres Bradley Andrews Kathy Antengiwanni Ben Armstrong Gavin Ashworth Terry Asten Bennett Harry Atterbury Claudio Avila Teresa Babb Katie Bain Tina Baker Phillip Balistrieri Mark Bambury Steve Barker Fara Barrero-Dominguez Matt Barrio Sean Barron Joel & Wendy Bartlett Benjamin Bartos Richard Beard John Beattie Judith Bechtel Chad Beecher James Beitzel Charles Bendes Craig Benson Allan Berenstein Kris Besley Miray Bik Paul Biondi Norbert & Inger Bischofberger Jon Bixler Hal Black Sasha Blades Peter Blitz Gregory Block Sean Bloomfield Rochelle & Steve Bochner Rochelle Bochner Robert Bodzin Michael Bodziner Ted Bolivar Craig Bongart Robert Bonner Corwin & Margaret Booth Marc Boroditsky Henry Bortman Lucy Bottrell Robert Boucher

OUR SUPPORTERS

Richard Boudiette Colby Bourgeois Ryan Brady Kara Bratcher Daniel Braun Bryan Breckenridge Kathrin Breu Anchor Brewing Frank Bright Dr. Carol Brosgart Robert Brower Donald Brown Edward & Jan Brown Jeremy Brown Trish Brown Kris Bruskiewicz David Bulanda Max Burger Matthew Burgess Craig Burns Wes Burwell Richard & Gina Asaro Busalacchi Tim Butler A.J. Calalang Alicia Callahan Michael Callanan & Brian Urmanita Josh Callen James Camou Michael Canha David Capurro Doug Carlson Lu Juanna & Willard Carlstedt Adam Carmel Leslie Carr Denis Carrade Prudence Carter Kim Carter Martinez Allan Casalou Caelyn Casanova Daniel Casey Steve Casto Kenneth Cation Kevin Caudill Nancy Cavanaugh Martha Cederstrom Mary Cha-Caswell Kerry Chace Barbara Chadderdon Lisa Chadwick Darrin Chambers Hamish Chandra Jaemin Chang Leona Chanin Isabelle Chao Warren Chase Angelique Chavez

Cindy Cheung & Ed Lin Ann Chiga Leslie Choong John Chowning Karl Christiansen Winston Chu Marilda Chung Melanie Clay Scott Clinkenbeard Joe Cloyes Gregory Coffey George Cogan Abbie Cohen Andy Cohen Victor Colborn Monica Coleman Cheryl Coles Eric J. Collier & Joseph Newell Ramona Collins Truman Collins Derek Collison Frances Connelly Marcos Contreras Adam Scott Coppoletti Carina Cortez Tom Cortez Stephanie Cosgrove Christina Costa Kenneth & Sarah Coverdell Christopher Cowen & Mark Metasavage Jon Cox Travis Croft James Crumbacher Justin Cullum Clifford Curry Karan Curtis Steven Czekala, DDS John Dains John Daum Susan Davenport William & Cheryl Davidson Holly Day Geoffrey De Sousa Robert Dearth, III Bruno Delagneau, MD Kelly Dermody Jesse Derose Renee DeVinck Marti Diamond Katherine Dietzen John Dillon Sharon Dillon Timothy Disney Dan Dodd Jon Doellstedt Jonathan Dolan John Doordan

Maisha Draves Quig Driver Mary Droese Aryele Dubé Sandra Dubinsky William Duhamel, Jr. Matthew Duran Maurice Duran Kevin Durrance Liliana Eagan Scott Edwards Barry Eisenberg Richard Elefant James Ely Louise & Jacob Epstein Patrik Erwin Javier Espinoza Christopher Esposito Cheryl Esters Dan Evans John Evans Thomas Exley Patrick Fagan Peter Farmer, DDS David Farrar Billy Farrer Richard Fiory Mark Fischer-Colbrie Kevin Thaddeus Fisher Paulson & Brian Fisher Paulson Karin & James Fitzgerald Shannen Flores Leo Fontana Dorothy Ford Guillaume Forget Carol Forte Justin Foster Susanne Fountain Richard Frank Colin Frankland Douglas Frantz Dr. Joel Frazier Jean Zofia Frisbie Edwards Stephen Fronk & Brian Garrett Matt Fust Heidi Galbraith Terra Gallery Margarita Gandia Kevin Gardner & Paul Morrell Henry Garrido Kelly Gaskins Carson Gaspar Stanlee Gatti Andrew Gaubatz Richard Gebel William Gerrity Gloria Getty

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All Individual Donors, continued Jon Giadomi William Giammona Jonathan Gibbons Jacob Gibson Kerry Gibson Robert Giljum Thomas Gill Mark Gillis Bruce Gillispie Christina Giuliani Neil G. Giuliano Richard Gobler Randall Goetzl Allan Gold Meredith Goldsmith Claudio Gomez Elohim Gomez Cindy Gonzales Susan & Sidney Goodwill Randy Gottfried Marian & William Gould Mooney Gow James Graham Ellen Greene Gerald Greenwell Marina Greenwood Ronald Gregoire Dick Grosboll Susan Guerin Jesse Guerrero Deter Guglielmo Laura Gutile Nicholas Hager Kevin Haggerty Genevieve Hall Jeremiah Hall Nicholas & Jean Hall Ellen Haller Derrol Hammer James Hansen Stephen Hanten Dr. Eli Harari Stacey Harper Zoë Harris Justin Harrison Bruce Harter Jessica Hastings David Hattaway David Haya & Jan Wexner Garrett Hayashida Stanley & Monica Hayes Trevor Healy Mr. John Hefler & Ms. Roberta Hefler Steven Heintz Eyan Hempler Anne Henry Juan Herrera Andy Hess

OUR SUPPORTERS

Leslie Higgins Brenda Hipp Ron Hirsch William Hockey Vicki Hoffner Rick Holden Alvin Baum & Robert Holgate Scott Holliday Crispin Hollings William Holloway Robert Holmes Rev. Edward Holterhoff Brian Holyfield Perry Hookey Marcia Hooper Bryan Hope Dennis Hopkins Matthew Horiuchi Elizabeth Hosick Will Hsiao Shelley Huff Jerry Huffaker Ashley Hughes Liz Hughston Cory Hunt Kevin Hunter Wende Hutton Zami Hyemingway Louis Iaconetti Nathan Iglesias Bobby Inman Kelly Ireland George Ishikawa Ellen Jacobi Christine Jacobs Rex Jaime Brian James Tracey Jaquith Jeff Javits Jay Jeffers Harvey Jenson Christopher Johnson Marla Renee Johnson Erik Jones Tim Jones Lon Justice David Kagan Alex Kain Jeffrey Kanter Craig Kaprielian Athanasios Kasapi Ken Katz Thomas R. Kearney Franklin Ching & Charley Kearns Jay Zalewski & Scott Keech Martin Keegan Harry Turner & Brian Keil

Steven Kelly Jim Kennedy Eric Kerr Michael Kidd & Kenneth Sloan Matt Kinley Cole Kinney John Elliott Kirk Bob Kitajima Kameron Kitajima-Kimbrel Russell & Georgiann Kite Kris Kitto Jacqueline Klay Brian Klein Kevin Klein Ross Kline Jeff Klingner Kim Knapp Tori Knapp Jessica Knapstein Susan Kornfield Alexandros Kostibas Ron Kozlowski Kurt Krebs Elizabeth Krietemeyer Michael Kutner George LaBella, Jr. Robert Laemmle David Lafever Lance Lanciault Keith Landrum Liza Landsman Gold Valery Lanyi, MD Michelle Larkin Barbara LaTour Andrew Lawlor Todd Lawrence Jeff Lawson Mark Lazar NguyenCat Le Danette Lee Steve Leech Jeffrey Leider Walter Leiss Ralph Lemke Ronald Lenker John LePage Jan & Lotte Leschly Alan Lessik Finn Lewis Brian Lichtenberger Spencer Lin Steve Lindsey Stephen Link Barry & Marie Lipman David Littlefield Sandy Littlefield Steve & Carolyn Locke Reed Loden

Shawn Loftis Anthony Losanno Amy Louis Erin Lowenberg Peter Lubin Brett Lucey Sally Ludwig Vince Luk Ari Lurie Daniel Luther Brenda Lynch Jeffrey & Susanne Lyons Patrick MacCartee Cara MacDonald Alannah Macintyre Matthew Maclean Rory Madden Jeff Madigan Rakesh Magodia Annette Maka David Malespin Jim Maloney Mark Manasse & Janet Mohle-Boetani David Maokosy Loida Marcelino Edward Mardicas Joe Marino Lynda & John Marren Mary Martell Brian Martin Stan Martin Tara Martin Max Mason & Drew Metcalfe Richard Masters Kariz Matic Kariz Matic Elizabeth Mayhew Luciana Mazzola Daniel Mazzoncini, Jr. Wendy McCall Peter & Tracy McConnell Tony Mccown Daryl McCurry Nion McEvoy Paul McGrady Mary Anne McGuire-Hickey & John Hickey Joan McLean Lawrence McMahon Shaun Mcmahon Mr. Michael Mcshane Francine & David Meckler Jan Medina Nicholas Medina Shane Meistrich Anton Mercado Cindy Merrigan

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All Individual Donors, continued Jon Giadomi William Giammona Jonathan Gibbons Jacob Gibson Kerry Gibson Robert Giljum Thomas Gill Mark Gillis Bruce Gillispie Christina Giuliani Neil G. Giuliano Richard Gobler Randall Goetzl Allan Gold Meredith Goldsmith Claudio Gomez Elohim Gomez Cindy Gonzales Susan & Sidney Goodwill Randy Gottfried Marian & William Gould Mooney Gow James Graham Ellen Greene Gerald Greenwell Marina Greenwood Ronald Gregoire Dick Grosboll Susan Guerin Jesse Guerrero Deter Guglielmo Laura Gutile Nicholas Hager Kevin Haggerty Genevieve Hall Jeremiah Hall Nicholas & Jean Hall Ellen Haller Derrol Hammer James Hansen Stephen Hanten Dr. Eli Harari Stacey Harper Zoë Harris Justin Harrison Bruce Harter Jessica Hastings David Hattaway David Haya & Jan Wexner Garrett Hayashida Stanley & Monica Hayes Trevor Healy Mr. John Hefler & Ms. Roberta Hefler Steven Heintz Eyan Hempler Anne Henry Juan Herrera Andy Hess

OUR SUPPORTERS

Leslie Higgins Brenda Hipp Ron Hirsch William Hockey Vicki Hoffner Rick Holden Alvin Baum & Robert Holgate Scott Holliday Crispin Hollings William Holloway Robert Holmes Rev. Edward Holterhoff Brian Holyfield Perry Hookey Marcia Hooper Bryan Hope Dennis Hopkins Matthew Horiuchi Elizabeth Hosick Will Hsiao Shelley Huff Jerry Huffaker Ashley Hughes Liz Hughston Cory Hunt Kevin Hunter Wende Hutton Zami Hyemingway Louis Iaconetti Nathan Iglesias Bobby Inman Kelly Ireland George Ishikawa Ellen Jacobi Christine Jacobs Rex Jaime Brian James Tracey Jaquith Jeff Javits Jay Jeffers Harvey Jenson Christopher Johnson Marla Renee Johnson Erik Jones Tim Jones Lon Justice David Kagan Alex Kain Jeffrey Kanter Craig Kaprielian Athanasios Kasapi Ken Katz Thomas R. Kearney Franklin Ching & Charley Kearns Jay Zalewski & Scott Keech Martin Keegan Harry Turner & Brian Keil

Steven Kelly Jim Kennedy Eric Kerr Michael Kidd & Kenneth Sloan Matt Kinley Cole Kinney John Elliott Kirk Bob Kitajima Kameron Kitajima-Kimbrel Russell & Georgiann Kite Kris Kitto Jacqueline Klay Brian Klein Kevin Klein Ross Kline Jeff Klingner Kim Knapp Tori Knapp Jessica Knapstein Susan Kornfield Alexandros Kostibas Ron Kozlowski Kurt Krebs Elizabeth Krietemeyer Michael Kutner George LaBella, Jr. Robert Laemmle David Lafever Lance Lanciault Keith Landrum Liza Landsman Gold Valery Lanyi, MD Michelle Larkin Barbara LaTour Andrew Lawlor Todd Lawrence Jeff Lawson Mark Lazar NguyenCat Le Danette Lee Steve Leech Jeffrey Leider Walter Leiss Ralph Lemke Ronald Lenker John LePage Jan & Lotte Leschly Alan Lessik Finn Lewis Brian Lichtenberger Spencer Lin Steve Lindsey Stephen Link Barry & Marie Lipman David Littlefield Sandy Littlefield Steve & Carolyn Locke Reed Loden

Shawn Loftis Anthony Losanno Amy Louis Erin Lowenberg Peter Lubin Brett Lucey Sally Ludwig Vince Luk Ari Lurie Daniel Luther Brenda Lynch Jeffrey & Susanne Lyons Patrick MacCartee Cara MacDonald Alannah Macintyre Matthew Maclean Rory Madden Jeff Madigan Rakesh Magodia Annette Maka David Malespin Jim Maloney Mark Manasse & Janet Mohle-Boetani David Maokosy Loida Marcelino Edward Mardicas Joe Marino Lynda & John Marren Mary Martell Brian Martin Stan Martin Tara Martin Max Mason & Drew Metcalfe Richard Masters Kariz Matic Kariz Matic Elizabeth Mayhew Luciana Mazzola Daniel Mazzoncini, Jr. Wendy McCall Peter & Tracy McConnell Tony Mccown Daryl McCurry Nion McEvoy Paul McGrady Mary Anne McGuire-Hickey & John Hickey Joan McLean Lawrence McMahon Shaun Mcmahon Mr. Michael Mcshane Francine & David Meckler Jan Medina Nicholas Medina Shane Meistrich Anton Mercado Cindy Merrigan

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All Individual Donors, continued Scott Mersy David Messer Christian Meyer Jeff Meyer Ralph Migdal Jonathan Mildenhall Chris Miller Debrah Miller Ms. Joyce Milligan Gena Minden Perez Jean Mitchell & Frederick L. Cannon David Monroe Robert Montano Gerard Morales Andrew Morcos Michael Moreno Mike Moreno Joshua Morgan Keith Morgridge Keith Morgridge Ian Morich Zain Morin Scott Morris & David Sawyer Sally Morton Rosie Moultrie Mark Moussa Rudolph Muller Tim Murphy Kate & Tom Murray Thomas Musante Regina Myers Rohit Nahar Scott Nash Tony Negri & Kha Hoang Kenneth Nehmer Jerry Nelson Linda Nelson Mark Nelson Tony Nethercutt Evan Ng Thomson Nguyen Van Hanh Nguyen Gary Nichols Erik Nickel Kathleen Nix Greta Nord Robert Norem Stanley Oberg Rita O’Flynn Jim Ogren Garrick Ohlsson Dr. Frank Duff & John Okuloski Brad ONeill Andrew Over Charles Packer Jack Padovano

OUR SUPPORTERS

Barbara Paine Kat Palermino Maxwell Paley Ann Pantera Zachary Papilion Brian Parish Alexandra Park Wendy & Suzanne Parrott R. Lee Patterson Scott Patterson John Pawek Andrew Paxton Melinda Paz Soldan Kit Pearlstein Paul Pedersen Melinda Pei Ryan Pei Jos Peijnenburg Michael Pepe Nancy Perata Tom Perrault & Sal Giambanco Liz Pesch Greg Peters David Philipp & Joseph Concannon David & Janice Phillips Everett Phillips, III Michael Phillips John Piane Scott Player Benedict Plumley H. William Podger & Elizabeth Podger John Podolsky Robert Polacek Walter Porter Barbara Powell Kenneth Powell & Rona Foster Robert Powell Russell Preston Pedal Pups Jonathan Racine Carl Ranheim Kevin Rasmussen Mary Jane Rasmussen Tom Ray Jeffrey Raynor & Thomas Woo Bill Reding John Reed Ric Reed Cynthia Reed-Aguayo Scotty Remnant Jose Resendiz Lilli Rey Anthony Rhodes Robert Rice Deana Rich

Kathi Ridley Walter Rieman Philip Riley Paul & Lucas Ringhofer-Miller Daniel Ripley Yoko Rizzo Richard Robbins Cameron Roberts Tony Roberts Jack Robertson Jay Robertson Craig Robinson William Robinson Hector Rodriguez Lindsay Rodriguez Craig Roecker John Roese Leslie Rogers Mindy Rogers Gareth Rose Joel S. Rosenberg Andrew Rota Ken Rowley Rowley Russell Roybal Charles RussellSchlesinger M Duane Rutledge Heidi Rutschow Kevin Ryan Victoria Ryan Ali SaberGhafouri Dean Sampson Stephen Sanderson Leon Sassoon Dale Sause Thomas Savarino Lori Schechter Joyce Schenewerk Jefferson Scher Christopher Schisler Borach Schmell Glenn Schnell Robert Schonfeld Brian Schultz David Schultze Marian Schwartz Chad Scott Renee & Philip Seay Osprey Security Russ Selinger Shae Selix Mariachuchi Serrano Cecilia Seto Bruce Shank Jennifer Shanley Mike Shaw Sandy Shaw Khalid Shawi

Herman Shemonsky Gabrielle Short Mike Shu Jodie Sigmond Alfredo Silva Alan Silverman Alison Simpson Jamieson Simpson Robert Sims Julie Singer Hemant Singh Edward Sisk David Slattengren Bryn Smith Christina Smith Jordan Smith Kevin & Laurel Smith Ron Smithson, Jr. Warren Snaider Gary Snow Alex Soejarto Abraham Sommerfield Jon & Cleo Sonneborn Dave Hendrickson & Daniel Sonnenfeld Deanna Sousa Vincent Sparacio Jo Ann Sroda Stephen Staffieri Scott Stebleton Frank Stelter Sage Stevens Eire Stewart Rellen Stewart Kathryn Stivers Ian Stockdale Earl Stokes & Alex Kiforenko Brian Stone Richard & Jo Anna Strawbridge Jennifer Stringer Roberto Suarez Harold & Gwendolyn Sweeney Mrs. Roselyne C. Swig Mike Swingler Janet Swords Nena Talcott Karen Talmadge Paul B. Tan, DMD Thomas Tarnowski Nola Tartler Floyd Taylor Michael Tchao Bernardo Teixeira Dillon Tellier Timothy Tenute Carry & John Thacher The Hollingsworth Family

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All Individual Donors, continued Scott Mersy David Messer Christian Meyer Jeff Meyer Ralph Migdal Jonathan Mildenhall Chris Miller Debrah Miller Ms. Joyce Milligan Gena Minden Perez Jean Mitchell & Frederick L. Cannon David Monroe Robert Montano Gerard Morales Andrew Morcos Michael Moreno Mike Moreno Joshua Morgan Keith Morgridge Keith Morgridge Ian Morich Zain Morin Scott Morris & David Sawyer Sally Morton Rosie Moultrie Mark Moussa Rudolph Muller Tim Murphy Kate & Tom Murray Thomas Musante Regina Myers Rohit Nahar Scott Nash Tony Negri & Kha Hoang Kenneth Nehmer Jerry Nelson Linda Nelson Mark Nelson Tony Nethercutt Evan Ng Thomson Nguyen Van Hanh Nguyen Gary Nichols Erik Nickel Kathleen Nix Greta Nord Robert Norem Stanley Oberg Rita O’Flynn Jim Ogren Garrick Ohlsson Dr. Frank Duff & John Okuloski Brad ONeill Andrew Over Charles Packer Jack Padovano

OUR SUPPORTERS

Barbara Paine Kat Palermino Maxwell Paley Ann Pantera Zachary Papilion Brian Parish Alexandra Park Wendy & Suzanne Parrott R. Lee Patterson Scott Patterson John Pawek Andrew Paxton Melinda Paz Soldan Kit Pearlstein Paul Pedersen Melinda Pei Ryan Pei Jos Peijnenburg Michael Pepe Nancy Perata Tom Perrault & Sal Giambanco Liz Pesch Greg Peters David Philipp & Joseph Concannon David & Janice Phillips Everett Phillips, III Michael Phillips John Piane Scott Player Benedict Plumley H. William Podger & Elizabeth Podger John Podolsky Robert Polacek Walter Porter Barbara Powell Kenneth Powell & Rona Foster Robert Powell Russell Preston Pedal Pups Jonathan Racine Carl Ranheim Kevin Rasmussen Mary Jane Rasmussen Tom Ray Jeffrey Raynor & Thomas Woo Bill Reding John Reed Ric Reed Cynthia Reed-Aguayo Scotty Remnant Jose Resendiz Lilli Rey Anthony Rhodes Robert Rice Deana Rich

Kathi Ridley Walter Rieman Philip Riley Paul & Lucas Ringhofer-Miller Daniel Ripley Yoko Rizzo Richard Robbins Cameron Roberts Tony Roberts Jack Robertson Jay Robertson Craig Robinson William Robinson Hector Rodriguez Lindsay Rodriguez Craig Roecker John Roese Leslie Rogers Mindy Rogers Gareth Rose Joel S. Rosenberg Andrew Rota Ken Rowley Rowley Russell Roybal Charles RussellSchlesinger M Duane Rutledge Heidi Rutschow Kevin Ryan Victoria Ryan Ali SaberGhafouri Dean Sampson Stephen Sanderson Leon Sassoon Dale Sause Thomas Savarino Lori Schechter Joyce Schenewerk Jefferson Scher Christopher Schisler Borach Schmell Glenn Schnell Robert Schonfeld Brian Schultz David Schultze Marian Schwartz Chad Scott Renee & Philip Seay Osprey Security Russ Selinger Shae Selix Mariachuchi Serrano Cecilia Seto Bruce Shank Jennifer Shanley Mike Shaw Sandy Shaw Khalid Shawi

Herman Shemonsky Gabrielle Short Mike Shu Jodie Sigmond Alfredo Silva Alan Silverman Alison Simpson Jamieson Simpson Robert Sims Julie Singer Hemant Singh Edward Sisk David Slattengren Bryn Smith Christina Smith Jordan Smith Kevin & Laurel Smith Ron Smithson, Jr. Warren Snaider Gary Snow Alex Soejarto Abraham Sommerfield Jon & Cleo Sonneborn Dave Hendrickson & Daniel Sonnenfeld Deanna Sousa Vincent Sparacio Jo Ann Sroda Stephen Staffieri Scott Stebleton Frank Stelter Sage Stevens Eire Stewart Rellen Stewart Kathryn Stivers Ian Stockdale Earl Stokes & Alex Kiforenko Brian Stone Richard & Jo Anna Strawbridge Jennifer Stringer Roberto Suarez Harold & Gwendolyn Sweeney Mrs. Roselyne C. Swig Mike Swingler Janet Swords Nena Talcott Karen Talmadge Paul B. Tan, DMD Thomas Tarnowski Nola Tartler Floyd Taylor Michael Tchao Bernardo Teixeira Dillon Tellier Timothy Tenute Carry & John Thacher The Hollingsworth Family

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All Individual Donors, continued Dorothy Theodore Dot Theodore Leslie Thiel Dylan Thom Emily Thomann Ardel Thomas Christopher Thompson & Yves Zsutty Gary Thompson Dustin Thornhill & Joshua Boilard Garrett Tillman Richard Tinnelly Guy Tiphane Michael Tiret Sukohardjo Tirtowidjojo Lucas Todd Greg Tomei Robert Torres John Tran Johnn Trautwein Grant Travis Mr. Jeffrey Trescott Tracey & Todd Trewin Elizabeth Treynor

OUR SUPPORTERS

Eric Truong David Tsai Ron Tuzon Randy Ubillos Alex Unger Victor Unger Brian Unsderfer Jerry Urban Leslie Vadasz Valued Donor Joshua Van Zee Thom Vindiola Margaret Voge Scott Walent Graham Walker R. Keith Walton Carol Wang Wiley Wang Donna & John WarnkenBrill E Margaret Warton Josh Watkins William Weatherford Alta Werner Rolf Devegt

Andrew Wheeler Gregory Whitaker Jesse White Jeffrey Whitman Casey Whittley Richard Whobrey Christopher Wiebe Tommy Wiles Matt Willer Susan Williams Brian Wilson Ryan Wilson Shannon Wilson Tom Wilson & WilsonMediaGroup Rick & Cullen Winfield Celia Wing Ellen Winter Beth Winters Kevin Wolff Eric Wong Jeremy Wong Maria Wong Catherine Wormington

Marc Harnly & Mike Worner Thomas Wright Joseph & Cathy Wu Roger Wu Manny Yap Clinton Yara Clifford Samuel & Lisa Yetzer-Samuel Shirley Yeung Salle Yoo Ingu Yun Christopher Zaiko Peter Zajichek Scott Zamudio-Wilson Jeffrey Zimman & Ken Ruebush Jonathan Zimman & Glenn Roberts Marc Zimman & Dr. Sarah Zimman T. G. Zimmerman Ryan Zuehlke Anonymous (126)

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All Individual Donors, continued Dorothy Theodore Dot Theodore Leslie Thiel Dylan Thom Emily Thomann Ardel Thomas Christopher Thompson & Yves Zsutty Gary Thompson Dustin Thornhill & Joshua Boilard Garrett Tillman Richard Tinnelly Guy Tiphane Michael Tiret Sukohardjo Tirtowidjojo Lucas Todd Greg Tomei Robert Torres John Tran Johnn Trautwein Grant Travis Mr. Jeffrey Trescott Tracey & Todd Trewin Elizabeth Treynor

OUR SUPPORTERS

Eric Truong David Tsai Ron Tuzon Randy Ubillos Alex Unger Victor Unger Brian Unsderfer Jerry Urban Leslie Vadasz Valued Donor Joshua Van Zee Thom Vindiola Margaret Voge Scott Walent Graham Walker R. Keith Walton Carol Wang Wiley Wang Donna & John WarnkenBrill E Margaret Warton Josh Watkins William Weatherford Alta Werner Rolf Devegt

Andrew Wheeler Gregory Whitaker Jesse White Jeffrey Whitman Casey Whittley Richard Whobrey Christopher Wiebe Tommy Wiles Matt Willer Susan Williams Brian Wilson Ryan Wilson Shannon Wilson Tom Wilson & WilsonMediaGroup Rick & Cullen Winfield Celia Wing Ellen Winter Beth Winters Kevin Wolff Eric Wong Jeremy Wong Maria Wong Catherine Wormington

Marc Harnly & Mike Worner Thomas Wright Joseph & Cathy Wu Roger Wu Manny Yap Clinton Yara Clifford Samuel & Lisa Yetzer-Samuel Shirley Yeung Salle Yoo Ingu Yun Christopher Zaiko Peter Zajichek Scott Zamudio-Wilson Jeffrey Zimman & Ken Ruebush Jonathan Zimman & Glenn Roberts Marc Zimman & Dr. Sarah Zimman T. G. Zimmerman Ryan Zuehlke Anonymous (126)

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EVENTS Year round, events like AIDS/LifeCycle, Dining Out For Life, Santa Skivvies Run, Tribute Celebration, and Do It Yourself Events bring the broader community into our efforts to end AIDS. These events raise awareness around what HIV means today, how our community is driving progress forward, and how each of us can play our part in making that progress possible.

OUR SUPPORTERS

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EVENTS Year round, events like AIDS/LifeCycle, Dining Out For Life, Santa Skivvies Run, Tribute Celebration, and Do It Yourself Events bring the broader community into our efforts to end AIDS. These events raise awareness around what HIV means today, how our community is driving progress forward, and how each of us can play our part in making that progress possible.

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TRIBUTE CELEBRATION Our 35th Anniversary gala was held at San Francisco City Hall and honored long-time activists Roma Guy and Diane Jones, The Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation, the Syringe Access Collaborative and our corporate partner Chevron. Our generous Tribute Celebration donors ensure continued access to education, advocacy and direct services in communities most vulnerable to HIV. $10,000+ Robert and Colleen Haas James C. Hormel & Michael P. Nguyen

$1,500–$4,999 Douglas Brooks Kelly Dermody Dan Dobson-Smith Stephen Fronk & Brian $5,000–$9,999 Garrett Gary Aliff Serge Huard & Philip Besirof & Ryan Carter Cris Christensen Peter Borkon & Charles Lee Kristofer Konietzko Sean Livingston & Darren Iverson Jeremy Pelkey Andrew Maston Joan McLean John Weaver & C. Megan & Alex Minkiewicz Martin Meekins Robert Quon, MD & Mark Oliver Sigrida Reinis Lance Relicke Gregory Sroda Maureen Watson Christopher Zolezzi

OUR SUPPORTERS

$1,000–$1,499 Prudence Carter Mary Cha-Caswell Warren Chase Karl Christiansen Michael Kinsley Erin Lowenberg Rita O’Flynn Benedict Plumley Raul Rodriguez & Tony Perisin Alfredo Silva Rolf Devegt Salle Yoo

$500–$999 Huma Abbasi Robert Bathrick Rochelle Bochner Julie Bornstein Joan Boyd Mark Brogger Christina Demuth & Sylvette Sawyers Mike Dillon Jean-Christophe Fann Ferdinand Garcia William Hackenson Carlton Lowe Caim Petrie Michael Spinella

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TRIBUTE CELEBRATION Our 35th Anniversary gala was held at San Francisco City Hall and honored long-time activists Roma Guy and Diane Jones, The Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation, the Syringe Access Collaborative and our corporate partner Chevron. Our generous Tribute Celebration donors ensure continued access to education, advocacy and direct services in communities most vulnerable to HIV. $10,000+ Robert and Colleen Haas James C. Hormel & Michael P. Nguyen

$1,500–$4,999 Douglas Brooks Kelly Dermody Dan Dobson-Smith Stephen Fronk & Brian $5,000–$9,999 Garrett Gary Aliff Serge Huard & Philip Besirof & Ryan Carter Cris Christensen Peter Borkon & Charles Lee Kristofer Konietzko Sean Livingston & Darren Iverson Jeremy Pelkey Andrew Maston Joan McLean John Weaver & C. Megan & Alex Minkiewicz Martin Meekins Robert Quon, MD & Mark Oliver Sigrida Reinis Lance Relicke Gregory Sroda Maureen Watson Christopher Zolezzi

OUR SUPPORTERS

$1,000–$1,499 Prudence Carter Mary Cha-Caswell Warren Chase Karl Christiansen Michael Kinsley Erin Lowenberg Rita O’Flynn Benedict Plumley Raul Rodriguez & Tony Perisin Alfredo Silva Rolf Devegt Salle Yoo

$500–$999 Huma Abbasi Robert Bathrick Rochelle Bochner Julie Bornstein Joan Boyd Mark Brogger Christina Demuth & Sylvette Sawyers Mike Dillon Jean-Christophe Fann Ferdinand Garcia William Hackenson Carlton Lowe Caim Petrie Michael Spinella

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AIDS/LIFECYCLE AIDS/LifeCycle is a seven-day, 545-mile bike ride from San Francisco to Los Angeles. In 2017, AIDS/LifeCycle participants and donors raised $15.1 million for the HIV-related services of San Francisco AIDS Foundation and the Los Angeles LGBT Center.

10K CLUB Thanks and congratulations to AIDS/LifeCycle participants who raised $10,000 or more. Steven Abbott Harley Alaniz Arthur Allione Danny Baker Richard Bennett Christopher Berini Joshua Boilard Michael Boorstein Jake Bowers Gene Boyle Derek Brookmeyer Donald Brown Michael Brown Scott Butcher Tommy Byrd Robert Carstensen Kevin Caudill David Christensen Adrian Chung Paul Chung Tamar Cohen Ken Cook Christopher Cowen Thomas Cox Karen Curley Josh Dazel Julie Delbuck Art Desuyo Nick Domitrovich Adam Dubinsky Barry Eisenberg Stephen Engblom Joanne Engel J. Scott Evans Billy Farrer

OUR SUPPORTERS

Mark Ferlatte Mary Ford Paul Friday Daniel Galvan Ferdinand Garcia Garland Godfrey Mark Golden Ellen Greene Roman Gronkowski Saul Guzman Nic Haggart Dustin Hart Andrew Hattori Tim Hayden Ron Hirsch Joe Hollendoner Jeffrey Huang Kevin Hunter Jeffrey Jacobi Jay Jeffers Garen Karnikian John Elliott Kirk Sam Kitajima-Kimbrel Tori Knapp Kelly Lawrence Ayala Levine Mat Lindstedt Michael Long Erick Lopez Brett Lucey Sasha Madfes Chetan Mahadeswara Matthew Marquis Irene Martinez Leo Mikulich

Debrah Miller Cindy Montgomery Otis Morgan Ian Morich Wendy Nemeroff Michael Nguyen James Oliver Sam Orr Alvin Paez Raymond Palko Christopher Passanisi Liz Pesch Michael Peterson Michael Purdy Ed Quick Daniel Quinlan Robert Quon, MD Francisco Ramirez Sean Ray James Raymond Anne Reinert Daniel Ripley Glenn Roberts Adam Robinson Craig Robinson Craig Roecker Pauline Roothman Eric Rozendahl Ken Ruebush Joel Sale Abigail Sassoon Joshua Sassoon Ellen Schecter David Schiffman Daniel Shapiro

Greg Short Meredith Slater Jordan Smith Steven Smith Lois Springsteen Eric Stahl Harry Stark Joshua Stein Larry Stein Lisa Sterman, MPH, MD Rob Sudakow Kevin Syvrud Vincent Tamariz William Tickner Parker Trewin Holotta Tymes Brian Urmanita Christian Voitenleitner Christopher Waddling Eric Waldron Wiley Wang Patrick Ward Ty Whitehead Christopher Wiebe Tommy Wiles Zachary Wine Christof Wittig Eric Wong Kevin Yeager Jeremy Yost Matthew Zils Peter Zimmerman Anonymous

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AIDS/LIFECYCLE AIDS/LifeCycle is a seven-day, 545-mile bike ride from San Francisco to Los Angeles. In 2017, AIDS/LifeCycle participants and donors raised $15.1 million for the HIV-related services of San Francisco AIDS Foundation and the Los Angeles LGBT Center.

10K CLUB Thanks and congratulations to AIDS/LifeCycle participants who raised $10,000 or more. Steven Abbott Harley Alaniz Arthur Allione Danny Baker Richard Bennett Christopher Berini Joshua Boilard Michael Boorstein Jake Bowers Gene Boyle Derek Brookmeyer Donald Brown Michael Brown Scott Butcher Tommy Byrd Robert Carstensen Kevin Caudill David Christensen Adrian Chung Paul Chung Tamar Cohen Ken Cook Christopher Cowen Thomas Cox Karen Curley Josh Dazel Julie Delbuck Art Desuyo Nick Domitrovich Adam Dubinsky Barry Eisenberg Stephen Engblom Joanne Engel J. Scott Evans Billy Farrer

OUR SUPPORTERS

Mark Ferlatte Mary Ford Paul Friday Daniel Galvan Ferdinand Garcia Garland Godfrey Mark Golden Ellen Greene Roman Gronkowski Saul Guzman Nic Haggart Dustin Hart Andrew Hattori Tim Hayden Ron Hirsch Joe Hollendoner Jeffrey Huang Kevin Hunter Jeffrey Jacobi Jay Jeffers Garen Karnikian John Elliott Kirk Sam Kitajima-Kimbrel Tori Knapp Kelly Lawrence Ayala Levine Mat Lindstedt Michael Long Erick Lopez Brett Lucey Sasha Madfes Chetan Mahadeswara Matthew Marquis Irene Martinez Leo Mikulich

Debrah Miller Cindy Montgomery Otis Morgan Ian Morich Wendy Nemeroff Michael Nguyen James Oliver Sam Orr Alvin Paez Raymond Palko Christopher Passanisi Liz Pesch Michael Peterson Michael Purdy Ed Quick Daniel Quinlan Robert Quon, MD Francisco Ramirez Sean Ray James Raymond Anne Reinert Daniel Ripley Glenn Roberts Adam Robinson Craig Robinson Craig Roecker Pauline Roothman Eric Rozendahl Ken Ruebush Joel Sale Abigail Sassoon Joshua Sassoon Ellen Schecter David Schiffman Daniel Shapiro

Greg Short Meredith Slater Jordan Smith Steven Smith Lois Springsteen Eric Stahl Harry Stark Joshua Stein Larry Stein Lisa Sterman, MPH, MD Rob Sudakow Kevin Syvrud Vincent Tamariz William Tickner Parker Trewin Holotta Tymes Brian Urmanita Christian Voitenleitner Christopher Waddling Eric Waldron Wiley Wang Patrick Ward Ty Whitehead Christopher Wiebe Tommy Wiles Zachary Wine Christof Wittig Eric Wong Kevin Yeager Jeremy Yost Matthew Zils Peter Zimmerman Anonymous

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AIDS/LIFECYCLE DONORS Our generous supporters who donated $2,500 or more to AIDS/LifeCycle. $10,000+ Robert Blitzer Robert Carstensen Denise Cook Jack Dorsey Andrew Goode Maja Kristin Vincent Mazza Michael Purdy Alex Sloan & Linus Mendenhall Cameron Smith $7,500–$9,999 Milledge Hart Marc & Carolyn Lore Matthew Marquis Robert Quayle Joseph Zils $5,000–$7,499 Stephen Andrews John Brown Ian Cartan Christian Edvardsen Stephen Engblom Joanne Engel Nathan Faust Rachel Frazier Christopher Berini & Jeffrey Huang Michael Kinsley Noah Love Nathan Maughan Maggie Monroe Lisa Nakamoto Mark Oliver Brian Popplewell Eric Stahl James Stephenson Kyle Zink Anonymous (2)

OUR SUPPORTERS

$2,500–$4,999 Steven Abbott & James Stephens John-Paul Aguirre Mikhaila Amora Eddie Baba Anthony Barker Philip Besirof & Ryan Carter Timothy Bogan Billy Bradford Julie & Mike Brown Valerie Caruso John Celenza Paul Charron Scott Clinkenbeard Brian Conaghan & Shawn Priggel Scot Corrigan Kerry Cullen Dean Daniels Kevin Olson & Greg Doolittle Michael Dowling Robert Earl Buck Farmer Jason Forbis Mary Ford Jerry Francone & Curt Parker Neil Fullagar Ferdinand Garcia Tom Garigliano Jeffrey Gill Shelby Green Rebecca Greenberg Erin Griffith Ashraf Habibullah Patrick Haney Peter Hanson Scott Herbst

Joe Hollendoner & Bill Marsland James Horner Serge Huard & Cris Christensen Mark Huebner Nathan Judkins Anna Jurgens John Keiser Peter Kelley Brooke Kimbrough Max Kirkeberg Naomi Kobrin Thomas Kocon Diane Kopitsky Mark Kreher Daniel L’Abbe George Larribas & Ed Hornberger Jim LaTorre Ron Lezell Sean Livingston & Jeremy Pelkey George Loftis Erick Lopez Sasha Madfes Victor Martinez Jennifer Maxwell John Mitchell Jonas Moe Jason Moment Linda Moore Jacob Morgan Nathan Moya Mark Nelson Aimy Ngo John O’Rourke Carol Osborne Raymond Palko Fernando Pantoja Gary Patterson

Eric Perino Craig Petersen Yuriy Platoshyn Ed Quick Sean Ray Ric Reed Adam Robinson Raul Rodriguez & Tony Perisin Eric Rozendahl Katie Salcido Joshua & Abigail Sassoon Thad Sauvain Michael Sijacic Denise R. Sobel Wayne P. Springsteen Robert Stahl Shelby Stark Claire Stull Todd Suchevits Eriko Talley Kelly Thompson Beau Thomson Scott Turner Michael Vanni Edward Viljoen Robert Warren Jan Wexner Laurie Wexner Tommy Wiles Dwight Wilson Zachary Wine Frank Woo Jeremy Yost Anonymous (15)

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AIDS/LIFECYCLE DONORS Our generous supporters who donated $2,500 or more to AIDS/LifeCycle. $10,000+ Robert Blitzer Robert Carstensen Denise Cook Jack Dorsey Andrew Goode Maja Kristin Vincent Mazza Michael Purdy Alex Sloan & Linus Mendenhall Cameron Smith $7,500–$9,999 Milledge Hart Marc & Carolyn Lore Matthew Marquis Robert Quayle Joseph Zils $5,000–$7,499 Stephen Andrews John Brown Ian Cartan Christian Edvardsen Stephen Engblom Joanne Engel Nathan Faust Rachel Frazier Christopher Berini & Jeffrey Huang Michael Kinsley Noah Love Nathan Maughan Maggie Monroe Lisa Nakamoto Mark Oliver Brian Popplewell Eric Stahl James Stephenson Kyle Zink Anonymous (2)

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$2,500–$4,999 Steven Abbott & James Stephens John-Paul Aguirre Mikhaila Amora Eddie Baba Anthony Barker Philip Besirof & Ryan Carter Timothy Bogan Billy Bradford Julie & Mike Brown Valerie Caruso John Celenza Paul Charron Scott Clinkenbeard Brian Conaghan & Shawn Priggel Scot Corrigan Kerry Cullen Dean Daniels Kevin Olson & Greg Doolittle Michael Dowling Robert Earl Buck Farmer Jason Forbis Mary Ford Jerry Francone & Curt Parker Neil Fullagar Ferdinand Garcia Tom Garigliano Jeffrey Gill Shelby Green Rebecca Greenberg Erin Griffith Ashraf Habibullah Patrick Haney Peter Hanson Scott Herbst

Joe Hollendoner & Bill Marsland James Horner Serge Huard & Cris Christensen Mark Huebner Nathan Judkins Anna Jurgens John Keiser Peter Kelley Brooke Kimbrough Max Kirkeberg Naomi Kobrin Thomas Kocon Diane Kopitsky Mark Kreher Daniel L’Abbe George Larribas & Ed Hornberger Jim LaTorre Ron Lezell Sean Livingston & Jeremy Pelkey George Loftis Erick Lopez Sasha Madfes Victor Martinez Jennifer Maxwell John Mitchell Jonas Moe Jason Moment Linda Moore Jacob Morgan Nathan Moya Mark Nelson Aimy Ngo John O’Rourke Carol Osborne Raymond Palko Fernando Pantoja Gary Patterson

Eric Perino Craig Petersen Yuriy Platoshyn Ed Quick Sean Ray Ric Reed Adam Robinson Raul Rodriguez & Tony Perisin Eric Rozendahl Katie Salcido Joshua & Abigail Sassoon Thad Sauvain Michael Sijacic Denise R. Sobel Wayne P. Springsteen Robert Stahl Shelby Stark Claire Stull Todd Suchevits Eriko Talley Kelly Thompson Beau Thomson Scott Turner Michael Vanni Edward Viljoen Robert Warren Jan Wexner Laurie Wexner Tommy Wiles Dwight Wilson Zachary Wine Frank Woo Jeremy Yost Anonymous (15)

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DINING OUT FOR LIFE Each year, dedicated volunteers host participating restaurants for Dining Out For Life San Francisco. These Ambassadors share information about San Francisco AIDS Foundation programs and services and raise critical funds for our work. Thank you to the 2017 Dining Out for Life Ambassadors and donors for their commitment to the cause. AMBASSADOR TEAMS: $5,000+ Steven Abbott, Chip McAllister, Gary Snow & Jim Stephens Philip Besirof & Ryan McKeel David Cowell & Peter Ohm AMBASSADOR TEAMS: $1,500–$4,999 Megan Bayley & Shannon Bayley Christopher Berini & Jeffrey Huang Jake Bowers & Aaron Leifer Lara Brooks & Greg Sroda Yekaroma Card, Eduardo Crespo & Kate Peskov Bob Concannon & Dave Greenberg Brigid Connolly & Kajsa Minor Laura Durakovich & Eloy Robles Vaughn Frisby & Andrew Hattori Laurie Hane & Eric Rozendahl Sean Harris & Joe Hollendoner Eric Jost & April Marquet Eric Phanngavong & Zach Taylor

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INDIVIDUAL AMBASSADORS: $5,000+ Matthew Denckla David Guzman Paul B. Tan, DMD INDIVIDUAL AMBASSADORS: $1,500–$4,999 Chris Hollar Lisa Sterman, MPH, MD Clyde Stormont

DONORS: $10,000+ Chip McAllister DONORS: $1,500–$4,999 John Weaver & C. Martin Meekins DONORS: $1,000–$1,499 Steven Abbott & James Stephens John Keiser Mindy Rogers DONORS: $500–$999 Rochelle Bochner Julie & Mike Brown Karl Christiansen Mike Dillon Dan Dodd David Goldberg Chris Hollar Richard Darin Hollingsworth Serge Huard & Cris Christensen Scott Keech & Jay Zalewski Nancy Mccormick Dr. Frank Duff & John Okuloski Steven Parker Paul B. Tan, DMD David Wabel Scott Walent

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DINING OUT FOR LIFE Each year, dedicated volunteers host participating restaurants for Dining Out For Life San Francisco. These Ambassadors share information about San Francisco AIDS Foundation programs and services and raise critical funds for our work. Thank you to the 2017 Dining Out for Life Ambassadors and donors for their commitment to the cause. AMBASSADOR TEAMS: $5,000+ Steven Abbott, Chip McAllister, Gary Snow & Jim Stephens Philip Besirof & Ryan McKeel David Cowell & Peter Ohm AMBASSADOR TEAMS: $1,500–$4,999 Megan Bayley & Shannon Bayley Christopher Berini & Jeffrey Huang Jake Bowers & Aaron Leifer Lara Brooks & Greg Sroda Yekaroma Card, Eduardo Crespo & Kate Peskov Bob Concannon & Dave Greenberg Brigid Connolly & Kajsa Minor Laura Durakovich & Eloy Robles Vaughn Frisby & Andrew Hattori Laurie Hane & Eric Rozendahl Sean Harris & Joe Hollendoner Eric Jost & April Marquet Eric Phanngavong & Zach Taylor

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INDIVIDUAL AMBASSADORS: $5,000+ Matthew Denckla David Guzman Paul B. Tan, DMD INDIVIDUAL AMBASSADORS: $1,500–$4,999 Chris Hollar Lisa Sterman, MPH, MD Clyde Stormont

DONORS: $10,000+ Chip McAllister DONORS: $1,500–$4,999 John Weaver & C. Martin Meekins DONORS: $1,000–$1,499 Steven Abbott & James Stephens John Keiser Mindy Rogers DONORS: $500–$999 Rochelle Bochner Julie & Mike Brown Karl Christiansen Mike Dillon Dan Dodd David Goldberg Chris Hollar Richard Darin Hollingsworth Serge Huard & Cris Christensen Scott Keech & Jay Zalewski Nancy Mccormick Dr. Frank Duff & John Okuloski Steven Parker Paul B. Tan, DMD David Wabel Scott Walent

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SANTA SKIVVIES RUN Santa Skivvies Run is a festive one-mile run through the Castro that raises funds for our HIV prevention, support and care services. These participants and donors went above and beyond in 2017, so we extend a very merry thanks to them all! PARTICIPANTS: $5,000+ Hamish Chandra PARTICIPANTS: $1,500–$4,999 Kevin Atkinson Steven Bracco Derrick Djang Jared Hemming Alex Locust Cameron Smith DONORS: $500+ Kevin Atkinson Michael Cohen Martha Ehrenfeld Dr. Joel Frazier Joe Hollendoner & Bill Marsland Christopher McCarthy Megan & Alex Minkiewicz John Rochat Jack Stephenson William Vastardis & Wolfgang Giesecke Conrad Whelan Tony Yep

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DONORS: $250–$499 Douglas Atkin Barbara Atkinson Charles Banta Tom Burke William Clagett Kenny Franks Peter Ganem Stephen Hanten Jestlan Hopkins David McGrath Vincent Novak Alfredo Silva Paul Tan Karl White

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SANTA SKIVVIES RUN Santa Skivvies Run is a festive one-mile run through the Castro that raises funds for our HIV prevention, support and care services. These participants and donors went above and beyond in 2017, so we extend a very merry thanks to them all! PARTICIPANTS: $5,000+ Hamish Chandra PARTICIPANTS: $1,500–$4,999 Kevin Atkinson Steven Bracco Derrick Djang Jared Hemming Alex Locust Cameron Smith DONORS: $500+ Kevin Atkinson Michael Cohen Martha Ehrenfeld Dr. Joel Frazier Joe Hollendoner & Bill Marsland Christopher McCarthy Megan & Alex Minkiewicz John Rochat Jack Stephenson William Vastardis & Wolfgang Giesecke Conrad Whelan Tony Yep

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DONORS: $250–$499 Douglas Atkin Barbara Atkinson Charles Banta Tom Burke William Clagett Kenny Franks Peter Ganem Stephen Hanten Jestlan Hopkins David McGrath Vincent Novak Alfredo Silva Paul Tan Karl White

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DO IT YOURSELF EVENTS Throughout the year, our supporters create their own opportunities to raise funds and awareness for our work. In 2017, these participants took on the Santa Cruz Triathalon, threw parties for their friends, and for the first time, a dedicated group of runners participated in the San Francisco Marathon as Team SFAF. We are extremely grateful for their significant impact and for the donors who supported their efforts.

PARTICIPANTS: $1,500+ Jayson Barnard Max Hamilton Daisuke Hijikata

DONORS: $5,000+ Breck Vandenberghe DONORS: $1,000–$1,499 Benjamin Bartos Robert Birnbach DONORS: $500–$999 Zoë Harris Gady Rosenfeld Mohd F. Hassan Jenifer O’Ryan Mariachuchi Serrano

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DONORS: $250–$499 Christopher Berini & Jeffrey Huang Andrew Johnson Chris Neukermans Elizabeth Nauslar Gregg Davis James Bowler Janet Cronk John Wright Kevin O’Shea

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DO IT YOURSELF EVENTS Throughout the year, our supporters create their own opportunities to raise funds and awareness for our work. In 2017, these participants took on the Santa Cruz Triathalon, threw parties for their friends, and for the first time, a dedicated group of runners participated in the San Francisco Marathon as Team SFAF. We are extremely grateful for their significant impact and for the donors who supported their efforts.

PARTICIPANTS: $1,500+ Jayson Barnard Max Hamilton Daisuke Hijikata

DONORS: $5,000+ Breck Vandenberghe DONORS: $1,000–$1,499 Benjamin Bartos Robert Birnbach DONORS: $500–$999 Zoë Harris Gady Rosenfeld Mohd F. Hassan Jenifer O’Ryan Mariachuchi Serrano

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DONORS: $250–$499 Christopher Berini & Jeffrey Huang Andrew Johnson Chris Neukermans Elizabeth Nauslar Gregg Davis James Bowler Janet Cronk John Wright Kevin O’Shea

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PARTNERS Our work counts on support from all parts of the community, especially leaders of business and philanthropy. Our development team works closely with corporate partners to identify partnership opportunities focused on volunteer engagement, programmatic support, and much more.

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PARTNERS Our work counts on support from all parts of the community, especially leaders of business and philanthropy. Our development team works closely with corporate partners to identify partnership opportunities focused on volunteer engagement, programmatic support, and much more.

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CORPORATE PARTNERS Without contributions from business leaders, we would not be where we are today in addressing the needs of those affected by HIV. We are grateful for the continual innovation and commitment demonstrated by our corporate partners. $100,000+ Bank of America Gilead Sciences, Inc. Google Anonymous

$15,000–$24,999 Adobe Systems, Inc. The Lam Research Corporation Levi Strauss & Co. Microsoft Corporation

$50,000–$99,999 Chevron Corporation FedEx Corporation

$10,000–$14,999 AbbVie Cisco Systems Cornerstone Research, Inc. Genentech, Inc. Hellman & Friedman IBM Johnson & Johnson Morrison & Foerster LLP PwC Sports Basement

$25,000–$49,999 Janssen Scientific Affairs, LLC Network for Good Visa International Wells Fargo

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$5,000–$9,999 Airbnb The Armory Bayer HealthCare Pharmaceuticals BlackRock The Charles Schwab Corporation Cycling Sports Group Gap Foundation GCI, Inc. HSBC Intel Intuit JPMorgan Chase & Co LinkedIn Matching Gifts Program Rigel Pharmaceuticals, Inc Yahoo! Inc. Young’s Market Company

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CORPORATE PARTNERS Without contributions from business leaders, we would not be where we are today in addressing the needs of those affected by HIV. We are grateful for the continual innovation and commitment demonstrated by our corporate partners. $100,000+ Bank of America Gilead Sciences, Inc. Google Anonymous

$15,000–$24,999 Adobe Systems, Inc. The Lam Research Corporation Levi Strauss & Co. Microsoft Corporation

$50,000–$99,999 Chevron Corporation FedEx Corporation

$10,000–$14,999 AbbVie Cisco Systems Cornerstone Research, Inc. Genentech, Inc. Hellman & Friedman IBM Johnson & Johnson Morrison & Foerster LLP PwC Sports Basement

$25,000–$49,999 Janssen Scientific Affairs, LLC Network for Good Visa International Wells Fargo

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$5,000–$9,999 Airbnb The Armory Bayer HealthCare Pharmaceuticals BlackRock The Charles Schwab Corporation Cycling Sports Group Gap Foundation GCI, Inc. HSBC Intel Intuit JPMorgan Chase & Co LinkedIn Matching Gifts Program Rigel Pharmaceuticals, Inc Yahoo! Inc. Young’s Market Company

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INSTITUTIONAL PARTNERS The continuation of our work relies on the investment of other organizations who share our focus on improving the health and wellbeing of our community. These vital partnerships fund some of our most essential programs and services.

$300,000+ Yahoo Employee Foundation $100,000–$299,999 Salesforce.org $50,000–$99,999 M.A.C. AIDS Foundation $25,000–$49,999 Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS Chevron Humankind The Morrison & Foerster Foundation $10,000–$24,999 AIDS Walk San Francisco Community Thrift Store Episcopal Church of St. Mary The Virgin Kaiser Permanente Levi Strauss Foundation The PG&E Corporation Foundation PwC Charitable Foundation Ring-Miscikowski Foundation Anonymous

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$5,000–$9,999 Bright Funds Foundation The Coca-Cola Foundation Feather Foundation GE Foundation The John & Marcia Goldman Foundation Humboldt Patient Resource Center Jewish Community Federation & Endowment Fund Local Independent Charities of America (LICA) McKesson Foundation The Glenn Ralston Family Foundation VMWare Foundation Walmart Foundation Yelp Foundation

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INSTITUTIONAL PARTNERS The continuation of our work relies on the investment of other organizations who share our focus on improving the health and wellbeing of our community. These vital partnerships fund some of our most essential programs and services.

$300,000+ Yahoo Employee Foundation $100,000–$299,999 Salesforce.org $50,000–$99,999 M.A.C. AIDS Foundation $25,000–$49,999 Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS Chevron Humankind The Morrison & Foerster Foundation $10,000–$24,999 AIDS Walk San Francisco Community Thrift Store Episcopal Church of St. Mary The Virgin Kaiser Permanente Levi Strauss Foundation The PG&E Corporation Foundation PwC Charitable Foundation Ring-Miscikowski Foundation Anonymous

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$5,000–$9,999 Bright Funds Foundation The Coca-Cola Foundation Feather Foundation GE Foundation The John & Marcia Goldman Foundation Humboldt Patient Resource Center Jewish Community Federation & Endowment Fund Local Independent Charities of America (LICA) McKesson Foundation The Glenn Ralston Family Foundation VMWare Foundation Walmart Foundation Yelp Foundation

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IN-KIND CONTRIBUTIONS These companies and businesses have provided goods and services necessary to support and continue the work of San Francisco AIDS Foundation. $100,000+ Point Defiance AIDS Projects/NASEN $50,000–$99,999 Morrison & Foerster LLP $20,000–$49,999 CLIF Bar, Inc. The Coca-Cola Co. Cycling Sports Group Gluck Daniel LLC Peet’s Coffee Shartsis Friese LLP Southern California University of Health Sciences Squire Patton Boggs $5,000–$19,999 American Medical Response Boudin Bakery FedEx Corporation Littler Mendelson Nuun & Company Paceline Products Toyota Motor Sales USA, Inc. Uber University of California San Francisco

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IN-KIND CONTRIBUTIONS These companies and businesses have provided goods and services necessary to support and continue the work of San Francisco AIDS Foundation. $100,000+ Point Defiance AIDS Projects/NASEN $50,000–$99,999 Morrison & Foerster LLP $20,000–$49,999 CLIF Bar, Inc. The Coca-Cola Co. Cycling Sports Group Gluck Daniel LLC Peet’s Coffee Shartsis Friese LLP Southern California University of Health Sciences Squire Patton Boggs $5,000–$19,999 American Medical Response Boudin Bakery FedEx Corporation Littler Mendelson Nuun & Company Paceline Products Toyota Motor Sales USA, Inc. Uber University of California San Francisco

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CAMPAIGN FOR HEALTH & WELLNESS Contributors to the Campaign for Health & Wellness changed how the Castro experiences HIV prevention and care by making possible the integrated work that happens at Strut. Thanks to the vision and generosity of these corporate and institutional partners, the Campaign raised more than $15 million and closed in June 2017—nearly a year ahead of schedule. CORPORATE & INSTITUTIONAL DONORS Adobe Systems, Inc. American International Group, Inc. (AIG) Alberto Diaz Revocable Trust AT&T Bank of America Big Heart Pet Brands BlackRock Bristol-Myers Squibb Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS Burke-Brunger Fund of Horizons Foundation The California Endowment California Nurses Association Centra Marketing & Communications The Coca-Cola Foundation Community Health Innovation Fund Constellation Energy/Exelon Foundation CRI Systems Electronic Arts The Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation Excelerate Foundation French Bros. Flooring America Gap Foundation GCI, Inc. Genentech, Inc. M. Arthur Gensler & Associates, Inc. Gilead Sciences, Inc. The John and Marcia Goldman Foundation Google H.B. & Lucille Horn Foundation Human Rights Campaign Foundation The Imperial Court de San Diego Inc. Inktothepeople.com, LLC The James Irvine Foundation

OUR SUPPORTERS

Cleve Jones Fund Levi Strauss Foundation Lilian Wren Foundation M.A.C. AIDS Foundation Minton Door Company Moore Family Foundation Morrison & Foerster LLP National Union of Healthcare Workers Omidyar Network One Workplace Pacific Gas and Electric Company The Prado Group PwC Professional and Technical Engineers, Local 21 R & R French Bros Richmond/Ermet Aid Foundation S.D. Bechtel Jr. Foundation Sailors Union of the Pacific Salesforce.org The San Diego LGBT Community Center The City and County of San Francisco San Francisco Fire Fighters Local 798 The San Francisco Foundation Tarkett Teamsters Local Union 856 Wells Fargo Foundation UFCW Region 8 States Council Unite Here Unite Here Local 2 United Association of Journeymen & Apprentices of the Plumbing & Pipe Fitting Industry USG ViiV Healthcare Walgreens

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CAMPAIGN FOR HEALTH & WELLNESS Contributors to the Campaign for Health & Wellness changed how the Castro experiences HIV prevention and care by making possible the integrated work that happens at Strut. Thanks to the vision and generosity of these corporate and institutional partners, the Campaign raised more than $15 million and closed in June 2017—nearly a year ahead of schedule. CORPORATE & INSTITUTIONAL DONORS Adobe Systems, Inc. American International Group, Inc. (AIG) Alberto Diaz Revocable Trust AT&T Bank of America Big Heart Pet Brands BlackRock Bristol-Myers Squibb Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS Burke-Brunger Fund of Horizons Foundation The California Endowment California Nurses Association Centra Marketing & Communications The Coca-Cola Foundation Community Health Innovation Fund Constellation Energy/Exelon Foundation CRI Systems Electronic Arts The Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation Excelerate Foundation French Bros. Flooring America Gap Foundation GCI, Inc. Genentech, Inc. M. Arthur Gensler & Associates, Inc. Gilead Sciences, Inc. The John and Marcia Goldman Foundation Google H.B. & Lucille Horn Foundation Human Rights Campaign Foundation The Imperial Court de San Diego Inc. Inktothepeople.com, LLC The James Irvine Foundation

OUR SUPPORTERS

Cleve Jones Fund Levi Strauss Foundation Lilian Wren Foundation M.A.C. AIDS Foundation Minton Door Company Moore Family Foundation Morrison & Foerster LLP National Union of Healthcare Workers Omidyar Network One Workplace Pacific Gas and Electric Company The Prado Group PwC Professional and Technical Engineers, Local 21 R & R French Bros Richmond/Ermet Aid Foundation S.D. Bechtel Jr. Foundation Sailors Union of the Pacific Salesforce.org The San Diego LGBT Community Center The City and County of San Francisco San Francisco Fire Fighters Local 798 The San Francisco Foundation Tarkett Teamsters Local Union 856 Wells Fargo Foundation UFCW Region 8 States Council Unite Here Unite Here Local 2 United Association of Journeymen & Apprentices of the Plumbing & Pipe Fitting Industry USG ViiV Healthcare Walgreens

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VOLUNTEERS Volunteerism is at the heart of San Francisco AIDS Foundation and our volunteers provides a solid backbone for many of our programs and services. In 2017, more than 2,000 volunteers contributed close to 100,000 hours of service to the organization. From stuffing envelopes to providing HIV test counseling to distributing the lifesaving overdose reversal drug Narcan to supporting our AIDS/LifeCycle riders, volunteers are powerfully and positively impacting our community every day. We are a better organization because of the incredible commitment and passion of our volunteers. Learn more about how volunteering as an individual or as part of a group at sfaf.org/volunteer.

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VOLUNTEERS Volunteerism is at the heart of San Francisco AIDS Foundation and our volunteers provides a solid backbone for many of our programs and services. In 2017, more than 2,000 volunteers contributed close to 100,000 hours of service to the organization. From stuffing envelopes to providing HIV test counseling to distributing the lifesaving overdose reversal drug Narcan to supporting our AIDS/LifeCycle riders, volunteers are powerfully and positively impacting our community every day. We are a better organization because of the incredible commitment and passion of our volunteers. Learn more about how volunteering as an individual or as part of a group at sfaf.org/volunteer.

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OUR FINANCIALS San Francisco AIDS Foundation is committed to ensuring funds are used responsibly and that financial information is made readily available. We are among a distinguished group of charitable organizations that have been awarded the Independent Charities Seal of Excellence in recognition of the highest standards of public accountability, program effectiveness, and cost effectiveness. We are diligent about maximizing the impact of your donation. In 2017, 85Â cents of every dollar donated went directly to the life-saving programs and services provided to our clients. The financial information included here is derived from our audited financial statements for the fiscal year ended June 30, 2017. A complete copy is available at sfaf.org/about-us/financial-information/.

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OUR FINANCIALS San Francisco AIDS Foundation is committed to ensuring funds are used responsibly and that financial information is made readily available. We are among a distinguished group of charitable organizations that have been awarded the Independent Charities Seal of Excellence in recognition of the highest standards of public accountability, program effectiveness, and cost effectiveness. We are diligent about maximizing the impact of your donation. In 2017, 85Â cents of every dollar donated went directly to the life-saving programs and services provided to our clients. The financial information included here is derived from our audited financial statements for the fiscal year ended June 30, 2017. A complete copy is available at sfaf.org/about-us/financial-information/.

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STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL POSITION

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STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL POSITION

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STATEMENT OF ACTIVITIES AND CHANGES IN NET ASSETS

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STATEMENT OF ACTIVITIES AND CHANGES IN NET ASSETS

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AT A GLANCE

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AT A GLANCE

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San Francisco AIDS Foundation 1035 Market Street San Francisco, CA 94103 (415) 487-3000 sfaf.org Strut 460 Castro Street San Francisco, CA 94114 (415) 437-3400 strutsf.org Sixth Street Harm Reduction Center 117 6th Street San Francisco, CA 94103 sfaf.org/client-services/syringe-access

This report is available online at annualreport.sfaf.org

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San Francisco AIDS Foundation 2017 Annual Report  

San Francisco AIDS Foundation 2017 Annual Report