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2012 Annual Report a


Strong families. Strong life. Every day, The Home helps children and families overcome the odds. Through vital programs and services for every stage of child and family development, our wide network of support provides a deep source of strength, making a positive impact on over 7,000 lives each year. We work with not just the children, but their families as well, helping them to grow stronger. And for the many young people in our care who do not have a family, we work with them to build other types of connections, and provide them with the tools they need to develop their own “strong life.�


a letter from our leadership Dear Friends, The big news for this year was the progress of our Third Century Campaign and the ground breaking at Longview Farm in the summer of 2011. Throughout the year, every little step got us closer to realizing our dream for the children. The looks on their faces this fall when they moved into their rooms and new school made the five-year effort worthwhile. Although this was an exciting time for us, it was also tinged with sadness as we put the Knight Children’s Center in Jamaica Plain on the market. The whole year seemed to be one of “finals” for that venerable building, which has been our flagship for almost 100 years: the last Toy Room held there in December 2011; the last graduation for the kids in June; the last visit by our 102-year-old alum, who just weeks after her final visit sadly passed away. We launched two new programs during the year: Roxbury Village, providing safe, affordable housing and social supports for homeless youth; and New Start, a partnership with designers at the Boston Design Center to gather furniture from homes that are being redecorated and make it available to youth who are transitioning from foster care or group homes to independent living. At the beginning of FY 2012, we began working with Corey McPherson Nash to help us with the rebranding initiative outlined in our Strategic Plan. Corey’s extensive research determined that we should keep our name — the tremendous equity generated over 200 years of service was too valuable to give up. We updated our logo and messaging and formally launched the new brand this fall. In program operations, we introduced our agency-wide clinical practice model — Cognitive Behavioral Therapy — and all staff have been trained; our new centralized intake system is now fully staffed; and our Wellness Initiative workshop was presented at two national conferences: The Child Welfare League of America and The Children’s Bureau – 18th National Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect, both in Washington D.C. In addition, the by-lined article “Child Welfare Agencies Have Obligation to Client’s Physical Well-Being” was published in the Social Work Today journal. It was a very busy but rewarding year and, as always, none of it would have been possible without the generous support of our friends and donors, our Board of Directors, volunteers and staff. Thank you for your continued belief in our work. Sincerely,

Joan Wallace-Benjamin, Ph.D. President and CEO

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John Thomas Hailer Board Chair


WHAT SETS US APART... Strength From pre-school to college, The Home provides the broadest and deepest continuum of child and family care in the state.

Expertise Our skilled and committed staff of nearly 600 includes 124 licensed clinicians, 5 psychiatrists, 4 psychologists, 186 direct care counselors, 24 teachers and 19 program directors.

Innovation We develop unique programs and systems to meet the needs no one else services, in particular addressing the challenges faced by young adults aging out of state care.

Advocacy The Home is at the forefront of policy and legislation, helping children and families living in at-risk circumstances and furthering our goal of being a strong voice for all children, not just the ones we serve directly.

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AROUND THE PROGRAMS Academic Support for College & Life (ASCL) at Bridgewater State University was officially expanded from a first-year college program to four years. As a result, students who remain at the university to pursue their degree will continue to have access to ASCL’s support services, reinforcing their continued academic, social, and emotional success and keeping them on track to graduate.

Due to the unprecedented growth of our community-based services, the Safe at Home (SAH) program was split into two teams: SAHBoston and SAH-Somerville. The Preschool Outreach Program also reported considerable growth, both in the number of children and programs served (a 25% increase over the previous year), as well as in its professional presence in the community.

In operation for just two years, The Home’s Community Service Agencies (CSA) received positive feedback from the Court Monitor on the quality of the work provided to families in the Boston region; the Park Street CSA was awarded the STAY grant to help identify best practices for engaging young adults in services offered through the Children’s Behavioral Health Initiative.

As part of their experience as students at the Academic Support for College & Life program, seven young people participated in a community service trip to Cape Verde during their winter break, working with underprivileged children and their families, as well as the elderly.

Measuring Quality 95% of parents/caregivers surveyed rated The Home’s quality of service as Very Good/Good

98% of Department of Children & Families’ workers surveyed agreed or strongly agreed that Park Street Family Networks services met their clients’ needs 100% of teachers and early childhood providers felt that they were sometimes or frequently better able to handle children’s behavior as a result of mental health consultation provided by Preschool Outreach Program clinicians

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Players from the Boston Bruins stopped by to decorate cookies (and sign autographs) with some of our kids during the holiday season. These types of activities mean the world to our kids, helping them to feel special and creating memories that will last a lifetime.


As part of The Home’s efforts to prepare young people for the workforce after they age out of our programs, the Southeast Campus changed the structure of its school programming to incorporate more time for electives and vocational opportunities, such as woodshop/carpentry, culinary and maintenance/groundskeeping.

Photo by: Nicolaus Czarnecki

Youth from our Young Adult Resource Network performed at The Foundation To Be Named Later’s Hot Stove Cool Music concert with local celebrities. Their song “Be You” was the culmination of a series of workshops with Boston rock icon Robin Lane (center), helping them tell their stories — many of them including histories of abuse, neglect, poverty and homelessness — through words and music.

Three new family-focused groups were formed at the Children’s Community Support Collaborative — Parent Council, Parenting Journey and a Sibling Group — as part of our effort to keep families in touch with the program and help them understand effective adultchild relationships.

Two youth in Intensive Foster Care — a pair of siblings — received full scholarships to college; eight children were successfully reunited with their biological families and left the program, and we assisted five families in adopting young relatives orphaned by the earthquake in Haiti.

As part of the Career Development program, a student at Longview Farm gained invaluable job experience by working at Watson’s Candies in Walpole, thanks to owner and loyal supporter Virginia Griffin. This is just one example of our supporters providing youth with the opportunity to work in the community, helping them to develop pride and self-confidence while learning important lessons about how to be a good employee.

MEASURING OUR IMPACT in days, hours & meals Child & Family Counseling Center provided 23,181 hours of individual and family therapy and 7,325 hours consultations to schools, families, etc. Group homes provided 16,811 bed days and 42,027 meals Therapeutic After School Program provided 5,048 client days of after school programming Young Adult Resource Network had 31,629 days of enrolled clients Residential/Special Education programs provided 18,181 bed days, 28,897 class days, and 72,635 meals

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THE WRAPAROUND APPROACH Surrounding families with a network of support The wraparound system of care, which is practiced in many of The Home’s programs, is based on a model of service that develops plans focusing on the individual strengths and needs of members of the family. Through wraparound, families develop an effective support network, increase their sense of competence, acquire new skills for managing the special needs of their child, and have access to the resources they need to build brighter futures for themselves. Below is just one example of the hundreds of families in our care who are stronger as a result of this type of service.

“We are stable, independent, and living as part of a community.” —Family served by Park Street CSA

The Home’s Park Street Community Service Agency had been providing intensive care coordination and family support and training to a mother and her two sons in South Boston. After about two years, the case was closed due to the progress made toward the family’s vision of being “stable, independent, and living as a part of a community.” The wraparound process — which allowed for the family to be front and center in choosing services to address their prioritized needs — worked well for the mother and her sons after other methods from past service providers had failed. The family identified who would be on their care planning team and, through the Intensive Care Coordinator, developed a plan that was meaningful and effective. Where the family had once faced eviction, today they have stable housing and a much stronger sense of security.

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Where the older son once was frustrated that he could not read, today he has been assessed correctly with Dyslexia and receives appropriate school-based supports. Where the boys were bored and frustrated after school and anxious about their futures, today they play sports, complete their homework daily, and one was even placed on honor roll. The process was so rewarding for the whole team (family members, two outpatient therapists, academic mentor, in-home behavioral team, community support provider, in-home therapy team and therapeutic mentors), that they decided to continue their monthly meetings even after their transition from our services. More and more, the wraparound process is recognized as being most effective for families in identifying and benefiting from services, as well as increasing self-sufficiency.


ACHIEVEMENTS in all forms Children and youth in our care come to us at all stages of academic, social and emotional development. Sometimes even the smallest step forward, like overcoming the fear of interacting with other children, is a monumental achievement; the numbers below represent huge milestones for the kids involved.

In FY 2012 ‌

86% of children at the Knight Children’s Center increased their reading level by one or more grade level

6 of 8 Academic Support for College & Life students matriculated to their second year of college

80% of children and youth at Longview Farm and Southeast Campus passed the English Language Arts MCAS

5 young adults at the Young Adult Resource Network graduated high school or completed their GED

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Capital Campaign — Completed! Realizing our vision for a new campus at Longview Farm Important milestones in our capital fundraising efforts for the Third Century Campaign were reached in FY 2012 which allowed the new construction at Longview Farm in Walpole to begin in July 2011. We were blessed with a very mild winter which, together with an aggressive building schedule, meant we were able to meet our goal of moving the children at the Knight Children’s Center in Jamaica Plain into their new facilities in time for the start of the

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school year in September 2012. The official ribbon-cutting ceremony was held on November 19 with almost 200 benefactors, board members and staff in attendance. A side benefit of all the building upheaval was that the older boys living at Longview Farm got to see firsthand a “live” construction site and participate in several phases as part of their Career Development class. Dry-wall, plastering, conduits, etc. are

no longer foreign words to these boys and a number have expressed interest in the opportunities available in the trades. A comment from one child, on seeing his new room and school — “this place is awesome!” — sums it all up and makes all the hard work worthwhile. Thank you to everyone who helped get us to the finish line!


Third Century campaign gifts ($1,000 and above)

Visionary

Advocate

Yawkey Foundation

Dale and Beverly Bearden Richard K. Bendetson Stephanie L. Brown Foundation James and Deborah Burrows Clemmie and James Cash Cedar Street Foundation John and Christina Hennessey Patricia Jabar and Wayne Smith Robert and Barbara Metcalf Richard S. Noone, Jr. and Leslie D. Damon G. Gorham Peters Trust Margot C. Pyle Mabel Louise Riley Foundation Bertha Slade Fund Anne H. and Raimund G. Vanderweil, Jr. John and Ann Webster

($2,000,000 and Above)

Benefactor

($1,000,000 and Above) State Street Corporation Jeptha H. Wade

Champion

($500,000 and Above) John T. Hailer Natixis Global Asset Management Daniel J. Riccio and Diane M. Riccio

Patron

($200,000 and Above) Anonymous Donor Pasquale Franchi Mary Beth and Chris Gordon Marinella Family Foundation Elisabeth and Thomas Niedermeyer U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development The Windle Family

Mentor

($100,000 and Above) Anonymous Donors (3) A. Keith Brodkin Memorial Foundation Drs. Beverly A. and Robert A. Brown Tushara Canekeratne Citizens Bank Foundation Brian and Barbara Davis Leslie and Michael Gaffin Nancy and Gary Greenberg George and Ann Macomber Lisa K. Matthews and Andrew Byrne Maggie and Roger Merrill Mary Ann Milano-Picardi Amelia Peabody Charitable Fund Alfred and Gilda Slifka Laurie and Eric Slifka Paul and Susan Sugarman White Family Fund

($50,000 and Above)

Partner

($25,000 and Above) Melissa and David Druley Robert and Iris Fanger Mr. and Mrs. J. Walter Freiberg, III Jeffrey D. Furber Sandy and Dozier Gardner Deborah and Charles Gray Geoff Ide and Peggy Hernandez Khederian Family The Kramer Family Libra Foundation, Inc. Stephen and Tonya Pemberton Pioneer Investments Joan Sapir and Joel Ristuccia Saquish Foundation Sally and Tom Simons Matthew and Christina Sliwa

Advisor

($10,000 and Above)

Anonymous Donors (3) Marcia T. Allen and Kevin J. Doherty Bowdoin Construction Corp Sybil A. Campbell

Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage Cares David and Wendy Giunta HRH Foundation The New England Patriots Charitable Foundation Northstar Project & Real Estate Services David and Virginia Packer Lisa K. Rowan-Gillis and Gary M. Gillis The Slater Foundation Deborah L. Smith Matthew and Denise Troxell Joan Wallace-Benjamin and Milton Benjamin Robert B. Washburn, Jr.

Sponsor

($5,000 and Above) Anonymous Donors (3) 6one7 Productions AEW Capital Management, L.P. ARB Group LLC Stephen Blyth and Anita Gajdecki Kennett and Barbara Burnes Doug and Connie Burton Anjali and Yash Chitre Molly Diggins and Mark Duggan Echostor Technologies Inc. Peter and Maryann Evers Nancy and Neal Foster Mary Fronk and H. H. Smallridge Christina Larson and John Kelly Greg and Karen Salvucci Jack and Fredi Shonkoff

Friend

Amanda Cochrane and John Raser Brian Condron Mr. and Mrs. Russell V. Corsini, Jr. Adam and Lisa Crane Eileen Crittle Mary Dawley Thomas L. Durling and Noelle Durling Mr. and Mrs. Scott R. Emerman Mr. and Mrs. Jason Etheridge Heidi and Tony Ferreira Frontier Capital Management Co., LLC Greater Boston Management Dr. William and Mrs. Linda Green Patricia A. Griffin Paul and Rebecca Bidwell-Hanson Marjorie and Elliott D. Hillback Jr. Richard D. Kahn Andrew and Carla Keith Stephen and Angie Knightly LaRossa Shoe, Inc. Mark H. Lippolt George and Ilse Lohrer Christopher and Catherine Milton Drs. Anna J. Mitus and Jay D. Orlander Gretchen Pfuetze and Ethan Thurow Laura and Robert Plumb Michael and Patricia Rotondi Jane and Gordon Slaney Elliot and Janet Suarez Lesli Suggs Bernard A. Taradash Tufts Health Plan Kristin Kellogg Valdmanis Lee Wise and Elaine M. Sullivan Renee and Jim Yourk

($1,000 and Above) Barbara Angiulo Dennis and Catherine Arinella Avon Auto Brokers Cole and Avery Barbeau Mr. and Mrs. Henry Baybutt Meredith Bryan and Family Joseph and Jeannine Byrne Mary and Chris Canavan

This campaign update covers activity up until press time and is not limited to events in FY 2012, which ended on June 30, 2012.

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FY 2012 Highlights We served 3,341 individual children and youth, an increase of 22% over FY 2011 Mental health/family stabilization revenues increased 17% to

$8.7 million Our presence in schools to provide mental health services increased from 40 to 44 schools in Boston We exceeded our target of 28% of total business generated by third-party payers (public and private insurance companies vs. state-funded allocations, primarily from the Department of Children & Families and the Department of Mental Health). At 53% of total business, our community-based programs continued to grow We achieved our goal of 58% capacity in all three residentialspecial education programs, a major accomplishment given the trending away from this level of service toward community-based programs

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fy 2012 financial statement The Home for Little Wanderers’ Schedule of Operations Years Ended June 30, 2012 and 2011

2012 Operating Revenue

(Reported in 000’s)

2012

2011

$ 31,417

$ 29,624

Fundraising (portion for operations)

5,487

6,208

Endowment Draw

3,420

3,625

40,324

39,457

32,270

31,200

Administrative and General

5,638

6,267

Fundraising

1,999

2,078

39,907

39,545

417

(88)

889

784

Investment activity

(504)

3,839

Other2

9,901

(422)

Total Non-Operating Items

10,286

4,201

Change in Unrestricted Net Assets

10,703

4,113

Change in Temporarily Restricted Net Assets3

(8,249)

4,106

Change in Permanently Restricted Net Assets4

(96)

1,810

$ 2,358

$ 10,029

Revenues Program Revenue

Total Revenues Expenses Programs

Total Expenses Operating Surplus1

78% Program revenue

8%

Endowment draw

14%

Fundraising

2012 Operating Expenses

Non-Operating Items Bequests

Change in Net Assets

81% Programs

14%

5%

Administrative Fundraising and General

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For internal management and budgeting purposes, The Home uses the Operating Surplus/(Deficit) line.

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Included in the balance of other non-operating items in FY2012 is $10,949,202 of activity related to net assets released for plant and equipment acquisitions, net of other non-operating expenses.

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Included in the change in Temporarily Restricted Net Assets in FY2012 is $16,939 of additional Investment activity, $5,391,341 of additional Fundraising activity, ($695,778) of activity related to Net Asset released from restriction for program operations, ($2,012,465) of activity related to Net Asset released for appropriation of Endowment appreciation, and ($10,949,202) of activity related related to Net Asset released for plant and equipment acquisition. In FY2011, the change in Temporarily Restricted Net Assets included $4,350,057 of additional Investment activity, $2,736,984 of additional Fundraising activity, ($882,219) of activity related to Net Asset released from restriction for program operations, ($2,207,657) of activity related to Net Asset released for appropriation of Endowment appreciation, and $109,145 change in restriction by donor.

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Included in the change in Permanently Restricted Net Assets in FY2012 is ($544,288) of additional Investment Activity and $448,534 of additional fundraising activity. In FY2011, the change in Permanently Restricted Net assets included $1,919,084 of additional Investment activity and ($109,145) change in restriction by donor.

The information reported above has been obtained and summarized from the June 30, 2012 and 2011 audited financial statements of The Home for Little Wanderers. For complete audited financial statements, please contact the Development Department at 617-927-0663. 11


Thank you

Leadership Circle of Hope

CHAIRMAN’S CIRCLE

The Leadership Circle of Hope is The Home’s recognition society for donors contributing $1,000 or more within a given fiscal year. The following list reflects all gifts and pledges received between July 1, 2011 and June 30, 2012.

Anonymous Donors (4) Admirals Bank AEW Capital Management Employees AEW Capital Management, L.P. John W. Alden Trust Marcia T. Allen and Kevin J. Doherty Miriam S. Alpert Estate of Joseph L. Amodeo Anna’s Taqueria Applegate Collatos Incorporated Deborah and Steven Barnes Richard K. Bendetson Binnacle Family Foundation Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts The Boston Bruins Foundation The Bromley Charitable Trust Stephanie L. Brown Foundation Sybil A. Campbell Tushara Canekeratne Charles Rivers Associates The Chubb Corporation Combined Federal Campaign Estate of Gladys A. Cushman Dean Foundation for Little Children Deloitte LLP Pauline A. Deschenes Susan and Digger Donahue Durant Family Foundation Eaton Vance Investment Management Educational Toyland Elizabeth Childs Murphy Trust EMD Millipore Trust of George Emerson Estate of June Estabrook Estate of Frederic R. French, Jr. Leslie and Michael Gaffin David and Wendy Giunta Give With Liberty Employees Global Partners, L.P. Goodwin Procter LLP Deborah and Charles Gray Paul H. Guzzi Trust under Will of Elizabeth H. Hayward John J. Hitchcock Hunt Street Fund The Hyams Foundation Esther B. Kahn Charitable Foundation KDSA Consulting, LLC Frederick and Susan Kramer Edwin H. Land Fund at the Polaroid Foundation Caren and Guy Leedom Lisa K. Matthews and Andrew Byrne Representative Marty Meehan Mary Ann Milano-Picardi Lauren and Timothy Miner

CHAMPION ($2,000,000 and Above) Yawkey Foundation

VISIONARY CABINET ($500,000 and Above) Boston Department of Neighborhood Development State Street Corporation

VISIONARY COUNCIL ($200,000 to $499,999) Anonymous Donor Estate of Gordon E. Cadwgan Pasquale Franchi Mary Beth and Chris Gordon Estate of Margaret Lewis Natixis Global Asset Management Trust of Edna Betts Talbot U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development United Way of Massachusetts Bay & Merrimack Valley WilmerHale Penny Windle and John Kline

VISIONARY CIRCLE ($100,000 to $199,999) Trust of Elisha V. Ashton Estate of Antoinette Assad Judith Brodkin A. Keith Brodkin Memorial Foundation Drs. Beverly A. and Robert A. Brown One World Boston, a Cummings Foundation affiliate Blanche L. Dolan Maggie and Roger Merrill Natixis Global Asset Management Employees Amelia Peabody Charitable Fund Daniel J. Riccio and Diane M. Riccio The TJX Foundation, Inc.

CHAIRMAN’S CABINET ($50,000 to $99,999) The Bilezikian Family Foundation Cedar Street Foundation John T. Hailer Libra Foundation, Inc. Massachusetts Financial Services Company

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We gratefully recognize all our donors who gave in fiscal year 2012. Thank you for your generosity to the children and families in our care.

Barbara Putnam Metcalf and Robert Treat Paine Metcalf Fund Procter and Gamble Gillette Margot C. Pyle Mabel Louise Riley Foundation The Thrift Shop of Boston, Inc. Trust under the Will of David VanMeter

CHAIRMAN’S COUNCIL ($25,000 to $49,999) Anonymous Donor Dale and Beverly Bearden Stephen Blyth and Anita Gajdecki Boston Magazine Trust of Robert B. Brigham James and Deborah Burrows The Clifford Foundation Cline Charitable Fund Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage Cares Collaborative Consulting Brian and Barbara Davis Doe Family Foundation George Harrington Trust John and Christina Hennessey Robert and Pamela Herbst Trust under the Will of Ralph B. Hill HRH Foundation Geoffrey F. Ide and Peggy Hernandez Patricia Jabar and Wayne Smith Liberty Mutual Insurance Company Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Manning Marinella Family Foundation Northstar Project & Real Estate Services Saquish Foundation The Savings Bank Life Insurance Company of Massachusetts SEI Investments Developments, Inc. Bertha Slade Fund Laurie and Eric Slifka Louise C. Slotnick and Family Steward Health Care System Suffolk Construction Company Paul and Susan Sugarman United Way of Tri-State, Inc. Wal-Mart Foundation John Leopold Weil and Geraldine R. Weil Memorial Charitable Foundation, Inc.

($10,000 to $24,999)

National Home Furnishings Association Harry D. Neary Fund Richard S. Noone, Jr. and Leslie D. Damon NSTAR Paula J. O’Keeffe Thomas Anthony Pappas Charitable Foundation G. Gorham Peters Trust Larry and Leslie Petzing James Pinney Pioneer Investments Putnam Investments Red Sox Foundation Sacco Charitable Foundation SAP Seaport Companies Deborah Stein Sharpe and James M. Sharpe The Slater Foundation Samuel Slater Alfred and Gilda Slifka The Seth Sprague Educational and Charitable Foundation Staples Foundation for Learning, Inc. Stop & Shop Corporation Sugarman Raymond M. Sullivan Sun Life Financial Sybil Campbell Fund Jean C. Tempel The TJX Companies, Inc. UGL Services Anne H. and Raimund G. Vanderweil, Jr. Vila B. Webber Charitable Trust Vinson & Elkins LLP Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. Edwin S. Webster Foundation Wells Fargo Bank Henry T. Wiggin Charitable Trust Barbara and Ed Wilson Estate of Nancy W. Workman

PRESIDENT’S CABINET ($5,000 to $9,999) Anonymous Donors (5) 6one7 Productions Stephen and Michele Alimonti Krista and Steven Alperin ARB Group LLC The Bank of New York Mellon Corporation Paul and Rebecca Bidwell-Hanson Bond Brothers The Boston Bruins Boston Celtics Shamrock Foundation Boston Financial Data Services Doug and Connie Burton


Bushrod H. Campbell and Adah F. Hall Charity Fund Clemmie and James Cash Charles River Laboratories Chiller Technology Anjali and Yash Chitre Citizens Bank Colliers International Columbian Lodge A.F. & A.M. Eileen and Jack Connors, Jr. Estate of Mary Elizabeth Conway Josephine and Louise Crane Foundation Curry College Delta Dental of Massachusetts Diesel Direct Molly Diggins and Mark Duggan The Max and Victoria Dreyfus Foundation, Inc. David and Melissa Druley Duniry Foundation Eastern Bank Charitable Foundation Echostor Technologies Inc. Dawn M. Egan Peter and Maryann Evers Robert and Iris Fanger Feeney Brothers Excavation Corporation Feinberg Hanson LLP Americo J. Francisco Charitable Trust Mr. and Mrs. J. Walter Freiberg, III, Ph.D., J.D. Mary Fronk and H. H. Smallridge Jeffrey D. Furber General Electric Foundation The Gould Charitable Foundation Granite Steps Foundation Nancy and Gary Greenberg Greenberg Traurig LLP Michael Herman Hicks Family Charitable Foundation Hirsch Roberts Weinstein LLP Joseph and Linda Hooley Barbara and Amos Hostetter The Hubbell Group John Hancock Financial Services Jones Lang LaSalle JP Morgan Chase & Co. Lori and Stewart Karger Kramer Portraits Christina Larson and John Kelly The Lenox Hotel Lexington Insurance Company Lia Sophia Loomis Sayles & Company, L.P. George and Ann Macomber Matthew Malloy Marigold Charitable Trust Marsh USA Massachusetts Convention Center Authority McCall & Almy McGladrey & Pullen LLP Estate of Malcolm J. McLean James and Maureen Mellowes E.F. Merkert 1996 Charitable Foundation Christopher and Catherine Milton

John C. Morrison and Eunice B. Morrison Charitable Foundation Richard and Jill Murphy Stephen Nazzaro Newmark Grubb Knight Frank The Nokomis Fund Carol and John O’Neil O’Neill and Associates Mr. and Mrs. Richard B. Osterberg David and Virginia Packer Sandra L. Palmer Joseph Perini Memorial Foundation Jamie Pierce and Rick Cresswell Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Pilkerton PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP Prime Motor Group Bridie Rielly Charitable Trust Joseph and Terry Chen Rothchild Happy and Will Rowe Nicola and Whitney Savignano Robert and Jean Sheridan Shoebuy.com Mr. and Mrs. Richard B. Slifka Peter and Maria Smail Soviero Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Thomas T. Soviero Spero Charitable Foundation Shirley Spero Anne and Laurence Sperry John and Cathleen Sullivan Talbots, Inc. TD Bank, N.A. J. Owen and Eileen Todd Matthew and Denise Troxell Tufts Health Plan U.S. Bank UMass Building Authority Duncan and Gail Warden WBUR Radio Elizabeth Weiler Robert K. Weiler Charitable Fund Wells Fargo Foothill Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Wells, III Weston Patrick, P.A. J. F. White Contracting Co. Peter and Kendra Wilde Clara B. Winthrop Charitable Trust

PRESIDENT’S COUNCIL ($2,500 to $4,999) Anonymous Donors (6) Leonora and Daniel Abrams Michael Acton and Miriam Smith Ameriprise Financial, Inc. Corporate Giving Program Anna Reppucci Memorial Trust Dennis and Catherine Arinella Bank of America United Way Campaign The Barry Family Foundation, Inc. Beacon Hill Circle for Charity, Inc. Beals and Thomas, Inc. Kerri Bean Bernie & Phyl’s Furniture Jeffrey and Nancy Bilezikian A.U. Bird Trust BlackRock Foundation Stephen and Maria Blewitt

Bob and Karen Boudreau Bunker Hill Community College Byrne Financial Freedom, LLC Joseph and Jeannine Byrne Catherine Maloney Foundation, Inc. Cellai Law Offices Century Bank Matthew and Diana Coldren Consolidated Service Corporation Craig & Macauley, P.C. Kevin and Patricia Cronin Stephen Darr and Linda Fermery Ted and Coleen Dinneen DLA Piper US LLP The Dr. Anne H. Addington Fund Michael Dunn Mark and Jill Engerman Edward and Helene Faneuil Heidi and Tony Ferreira Tracey and Joe Flaherty Lionel and Judith Fortin Mrs. Henry L. Foster Nancy and Neal Foster Americo J. Francisco Fund, Estate & Realty Charitable Trusts The Fuller Foundation G.F. Sprague & Company, Inc. Michael and Karen Gorton Greater Cambridge Youth Foundation Virginia and Mike Griffin Grimshaw-Gudewicz Charitable Foundation Richard Merrill Haney, Ph.D. and Merle Marie McConnell, M.L.S. The Hartford Harvard University Employees High Pointe Foundation Marjorie and Elliott D. Hillback, Jr. HiSoftware Inc. Scott Howard Trust of Adelaide B. Howland IBM Employee Services Center Ronald Izen Christopher Johnson and Kenneth Repp Rachel Karioki Keystone Apartments Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Kletjian Raymond and Susan Lynds Teri and Ian Macduff MacFarlane Energy Michael Mach Mandarin Oriental Boston Mandarin Oriental Foundation Heather Martin Massachusetts Charitable Mechanic Association Massachusetts Port Authority Brian McCarthy Thomas J. McNichol Barbara Moore and Jack VanWoerkom Morgan Stanley Nadastra Nahikian Family Foundation New England Sports Network Giovanni P. Olivei Optum Insight

Papa Ginos, Inc. D’Angelo Sandwich Shop Pillsbury Charitable Trust Pitney Bowes, Inc. Kate Poverman and Raphael Bueno Jasmine Punzalan and Paul Mashikian Michael P. Quercio Richard and Joanne Ramsey Eugene M. Reppucci Sarah W. Rollins Charitable Trust The Ruggles Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. John H. Sawyer, Jr. Joanne Sewell Elizabeth Sheehan Warren C. Shoop Mr. and Mrs. Martin B. Shulkin Trust of Laura Sibbel Fiske Slade Gorton & Company, Inc. Beatriz Pina Smith James and Susan Smith Gerald F. Sprague State Street Matching Gift Program Structure Consulting Group Courtney Sullivan Svenson Family Richard and Sheri Tibbetts Deborah Trachtenberg Brian and Anne Trinque VHB/Vanasse Hangen Brustlin, Inc. Patricia and Stephen Villani W.B. Mason Co., Inc. W.T. Phelan & Co. Insurance Agency, Inc. Joan Wallace-Benjamin, Ph.D. and Milton J. Benjamin, Jr. Wells Family Foundation Beth K. Werths Whole Foods Market, North Atlantic Lee Wise and Elaine M. Sullivan

PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE ($1,000 to $2,499) Anonymous Donors (39) 360 Public Relations LLC Dr. Ralph Aarons and Dr. Elizabeth Aarons Acton Congregational Church Adage Capital Management, L.P. Michael Allison Alma Nove Peter Aloisi Kara L. Amara AMB Property Corporation David and Holly Ambler The Ambulence Guy David Ameen Elizabeth M. Ames Ancient Order of Hibernians, Division #14 Christopher S. Anderson and Amy Kiley David and Melinda Anderson The Andover - Green’s Fund Andrews Family Foundation Barbara Angiulo Anheuser Busch Companies The APAS Foundation

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Leadership Circle of Hope (continued) Hillary Ashton Dennis and Susan Ausiello Avon Auto Brokers Sibylle Baier Jesse and Pamela Baker Cole and Avery Barbeau Baril Corporation Jeffrey and Ruth Barker Michelle L. Barnes James and Eloise Barter The Bay State Federal Savings Charitable Foundation Susan C. Beck Samantha Bendetson Robert and Ruth Benker Paula Bentinck-Smith Stephen and Lurana Bergson Bethesda Lodge #30 I. O. O. F. Michael Biagioni Richard Bijjani BioMed Realty Trust, Inc. Birchwood Charitable Trust Lawrence R. Bisbee, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Black Peter J. Black Boston Cultural Council The Boston Globe Foundation Boston Private Bank & Trust Co. BostonCoach Alyse Boubash Bowdoin Construction Corp. William H. Brack and Jessica Anne Ladd Maurice G. Bradshaw and Karen M. Fanning Brennan Interior Contractors, Inc. Ellen Brezniak Brigham and Women’s Hospital Radiation Oncology Brigham and Women’s Hospital Cardiovascular Division Josh and Fiona Brooks Nancy Brooks Kathryn Lachelt Brown, Esq. Kirstin and Rudd Brown Meredith Bryan and Family Robert A. Burns Susan O. Bush Business Development Strategies, Inc. Linda Butler Cabot Money Management, Inc. Cambridge Bicycle/KHS Bicycles David and Patricia Cameron Patrick D. Campbell Mary and Chris Canavan Kasan Canekeratne Shane Canekeratne Leslie and Lynn Cannon Robert Capstick John G. and Peggy Carberry Keith Carlson Ian T. Carnathan Joseph Carper and Susan McKittrick The Christopher Catanese Children’s Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Peter Catanese

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Central Bank Century 21 Cape Sails, A+V, Inc. Lucille T. Cesari Chris Checksfield Bernard C. Chioccariello Dean A. Christensen City of Boston Employees’ Charitable Campaign Cheryl Clark Clough Capital Partners Amanda Cochrane and John Raser Teri Williams Cohee and Kevin Cohee Sherryl and Gerard Cohen Tim and Christina Cohen Dr. James M. Coleman Victor and Janet Coletti Charles and Camilla Collova Deborah A. Colony Colvin’s, Inc. Commonwealth of Massachusetts Employees Charitable Campaign Concert Pharmaceuticals Brian Condron Mrs. Margaret A. Congleton Jeff Conklin Christian Connors Charles Cook Michael and Kathleen Costello Covidien CoxLevin LLC David and Janet Coyle Charitable Gift Fund Daniel R. Coyne Michael and Mary Coyne Mary A. Crabtree Fund Adam and Lisa Crane Dr. and Mrs. Keith Crawford Eileen Crittle Miss Stacy L. Cuffe Mr. and Mrs. John J. Cullinane Ellen Culliton Christopher G. Cunniff Richard D. Curran Sean Curtin Danversport Yacht Club, Inc. William and Kathleen Davidson Estate of Charles Davis Laura Davis and Tyler Jacks Michael K. Davis Mary Dawley Daymark Solutions, Inc. Dedham Institution for Savings Foundation David and Deborah Deitz Susan DeRoche and Gary Fegan Thomas and Laurie DesRosier, Esq. Cosmo DeStefano Matthew DeSutter and Donna Paglia Deutsche Bank Americas Foundation Mr. and Mrs. John Devereux DiGiovanni Family Penelope A. Dobkin Kevin and Joan Donahue Mr. and Mrs. James M. Donovan Timothy Donovan Mark Doyle

The Drew Company Duane Morris, LLP Joseph P. Duffey Alan and Crystal Dumas Jack, Teddy, Jaclyn and Greg Dunn Tom and Noelle Durling EMC Corporation Ronald F. Enemark Enterprise Holdings Foundation Esherick Family Fund Mr. and Mrs. Jason Etheridge Nelson and Ellie Everts Frank and Eileen Faggiano Maureen Fallon Thomas Fallon Photography Charles and Anne Farrington The Fenn School David and Vinita Ferrera First Republic Bank William M. Fitzgerald Floor Works, Inc. Forest City Commercial Group Frederick Fortmiller, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence S. Foster Barry and Evan Freid Chris Fullerton Patricia L. Furness Robert and Catherine Gallagher GAP Foundation Gift Match Program Rhys Gardiner Matthew S. Garzone Dan Geary Mr. and Mrs. John A. Geishecker Lauren Giacopelli Donald Gilligan Dr. and Mrs. Richard C. Gillis Keith Glover and Lenore Hill Glynn Electric, Inc. Carolyn Golden Hebsgaard Gordon Brothers Group, LLC Kenneth and Ann Gorson Nathaniel and Jodi Gorton Grantham, Mayo, Van Otterloo Greater Boston Management Kevin and Laura Guarnotta Ian and Dianne Gutterman Anne K. Halvorsen Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth E. Hamberg Karen Harper and Susan Marine Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Foundation Antoine Hatoun and Andrea Levitt The Hazard Family Foundation Teresa Heinz and John Kerry Wendy Henry Mary B. Hevener Roger and Mimi Hewlett Highfields Capital Management LP Ruth Hill Hiram Youth Development Center Stephen and Ann Hogan Hollingsworth & Vose Company Holly and Bruce Johnstone Charitable Fund Houghton Chemical Corporation Mrs. Sherry Howell Hatch Michael A. Hunt Robert M. Hussey

David Hwang James P. Ingram Interactions Corporation Interior Resources Inc. International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Local 2222 INT-EX Wall Corp. Sany and Christine Iskandar Mr. and Mrs. Duane Jackson Stacey H. Jacobson Edie Janas JD Cordage, LLC Amy and Rob Job Susan John Mary Johnson Mr. and Mrs. C. Bruce Johnstone JoJo Loves You Cynthia Jones Patrick T. Jones Lisa and Tom Joyce Daniel and Elizabeth Junius Richard D. Kahn Leila R. Kamal Mr. and Mrs. John R. Karlberg David and Anna Kasabian Katsiroubas Brothers Wholesale Fruit & Produce Andrew and Carla Keith Christine E. Kenny Kenwood Foundation Keurig, Incorporated Amina Khan Susan Kincaid and Ralph Luongo Bonnie E. Kirchner CFP, MST Christian and Alexandra Klee The Klein Family Charitable Fund Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Klein James T. Knowles George and Carolyn Koehler Mr. and Mrs. Harold G. Kotler Mrs. Luella S. Kramer KSP Financial Consultants John and Caroline Langan Mr. and Mrs. Steven LaPierre LaRossa Shoe, Inc. Andrew Larson and Steven Gray The Lassor and Fanny Agoos Charity Fund Henry and Mary Lee Charles M. Levine Stuart Levinson Mrs. Dorothy L’Homme and Ms. Melissa M. L’Homme Trust of Alfred V. Lincoln Lois L. Lindauer Mark H. Lippolt The LJS Family Fund George and Ilse Lohrer Ian and Isabelle Loring F. Cameron Ludwig Lynch & Associates Scott and Cathy MacFarlane Mr. and Mrs. Loran B. Macumber Scott J. Magin Mrs. Meghan Marquez Courtyard by Marriot Cambridge Massachusetts General Hospital Massachusetts Maritime Academy


The 2011 Big Wishes Gift Drive was one of our all-time successes! Almost 4,000 gifts were collected in just one day through WCVB-TV’s “Stuff-a-Truck” at the Boston Common and Legacy Place. Among many local politicians and celebrities helping us collect gifts were Mayor Menino and Joey McIntyre from New Kids on the Block. Local pastry chefs and media personalities teamed up at our Toy Room for the annual Gingerbread House Decorating Competition; the houses were later on display at various businesses throughout the community. Overall, the Gift Drive resulted in 3,129 wish lists fulfilled, 185 families helped, and $65,000 in gift cards. A special thank you goes out to our corporate sponsors Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage and Bernie & Phyl’s, as well as our media sponsors WCVB-TV, MAGIC 106.7 and The Boston Herald, for their amazing support of the drive.

McAdam Painting Co. Inc. Joan McLaughlin Stephen J. McMahon Mercer Merrimac Charitable Trust James and Anna Milbery Millennium Pharmaceuticals Matching Gift Program Linda E. Miller The Estate of Margueritte F. Morday Jennette Morgan Eliott Morra Frances and Monroe Moseley Mullen Advertising, Inc. Lawrence Mumbauer Lauren Murphy Neiman Marcus Nelson Mead Fund New England Food Foundation, Inc. New England Office Connection, Inc. New England Revolution Noble and Greenough School Nolan Sheehan Patten LLP Marianne and Ken Novack Gary and Martha Oberstein The Family of Francis P. O’Connor Mr. and Mrs. Stanley J. Oldfield Audrey E. Olsen Charles Olsson Mr. and Mrs. Terence P. O’Malley Maureen F. O’Neill Drs. Anna J. Mitus and Jay D. Orlander Linda and Edward Owens Oxford Fund, Inc. William Palladino William J. Pananos The Pappas Family Charitable Fund Peter D. Parker and Susan Clare Parkway Message Center, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Pascucci Charles H. Pearson Foundation Fund Trust of Louise Pease Lori and Roland Pease Sara and Daniel Pellegrom PerkinElmer, Inc. Charlotte A. Perretta

John and Mary Peters John Manning and Jodi Petrucelli Pfizer Foundation Matching Gifts Program Gretchen Pfuetze and Ethan Thurow Richard and Sally Phelps Philips Color Kinetics Phoenix Management Services, Inc. The Piwinski Family Plimpton-Shattuck Fund Laura and Robert Plumb Kimberly R. Plummer John and Susan Poduska Sandra P. Polimeno Tiziana Polizio Robert and Elizabeth Pozen Public Welfare Foundation Shelly Rainen Barbara M. Read Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Reichard Robert Reiser & Co., Inc. Roger and Hannelore Reiser Kennedy P. Richardson Rindler Morgan L.W. Robbins Associates Joyce L. Robsham Barbara and Pat Roche Rockland Trust Charitable Foundation Rodman Ride for Kids Heather Roney and Michael Yalon Rota Portrait Design Michael and Patricia Rotondi Roundel 47, LLC Lisa K. Rowan-Gillis and Gary M. Gillis Karen and Richard Ruben David and Sandra Rullo Kyle Rys and Carrie Rainen Barbara J. Saint Andre SAP Matching Gift Program Ernst and Mary Schaefer Valerie Schechter Mr. and Mrs. David Schelzi Caroline and Fred Schernecker Frederick and Kathleen Schultz Robert E. Scully Laura J. Sen

Photo by: John Rich

“Big Wishes” Gift Drive Brings Big Smiles

Charles Senechal Michael and Jennifer Sexton Shari Pellows Interior Mr. and Mrs. William Sherden Kate and Raleigh Shoemaker Amy and Everett Shorey Joan Silverman Jane and Gordon Slaney Mr. and Mrs. John J. Slavik Adam and Gail Slifka Mr. and Mrs. Matthew J. Sliwa, III Naomi Sobel and Diana Doty Lilyane and Peter Soltz South Norfolk County ARC Southeastern MA Building Officials Assoc. Carolyn and Andrew Spangler Douglas and Janet Spicer St. Elizabeth’s Medical Center Martin C. Stanger James and Joan Stanley Star of Bethlehem Lodge, AF &AM Nadine and Alexander Steffan Gilbert L. and Sally Steward Family Fund Seth and Jennifer Stier Nicole and Ted Stimpson Strategic Benefit Advisors, Inc Elliot and Janet Suarez Brian M. Sullivan Courtney Sullivan Daniel D. Sullivan Sun Life Financial Distributors, Inc. Nancy Swanson C. David Swindell and Gail F. Goodman Kevin and Joan Symmons Sandra J. Tamer Taylor and Luongo Charitable Gift Fund Deepa S. Taylor Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. Carol A. Thomas Thomas Fund of the Princeton Area Community Foundation Tim and Bonnie Thomas Tocci, Goss & Lee PC

Todd & Weld LLP Trachsel Family Foundation Travelers Insurance Gene and Susan Tremblay Trinity Partners The United Church in Walpole United Parish of Auburndale United Way of Bergen County United Way of Greater Waterbury United Way of Rhode Island Unum Kristin Kellogg Valdmanis Valley of the Sun United Way Verizon Foundation The Verrill Foundation Rosemary T. Vincelette Pamela and Peter Voss Mr. and Mrs. Jake and Susan Walsh Peter and Jessica Walter Robert Walter Mr. and Mrs. Eric N. Ward Alvin and Judy Warren Wayfair, LLC Rick and Patti Wayne Elizabeth Weaver The Frederick E. Weber Charities Corporation Gerry Weber Janet and James Wheeler The Whistler Fund Whittier Family Charitable Gift Fund Bennie and Flash Wiley Duncan and Kim Wilkinson Anthony and Susan Wilson Kent B. Wittler Sharon and Wesley Wratchford Teresa Yamana Michael and Andrea Yanoff Yoga Reaches Out Renee and Jim Yourk Za-Beth’s Magic Carpet Paula Zavrl

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Circle of Hope The Home proudly acknowledges members of the Circle of Hope recognition society who have contributed $250 to $999 within a given fiscal year. The following list reflects all gifts and pledges received between July 1, 2011 and June 30, 2012.

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($500 to $999) Anonymous Donors (29) AAI Atlantic Associates, Inc. Brian J. Abbanat Acadian Asset Managment LLC Robin, Kellian and Ashley Adams Aetna Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Bradford J. Allinson Allstate Giving Campaign Altman-Stiller Foundation American Express Travel David and Elizabeth Ames Charitable Trust Esther D. Ames Amica Companies Foundation Anchor Insulation Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Antonellis Arbella Insurance Group Charitable Foundation James Arredondo Jorge Arroyo David Ashcroft Atwood & Cherny Henrietta Axelrod Joseph Badaracco Steven and Angela Bader BAE Employee Community Service Fund, Inc. Charles Baker Bank of America Matching Gifts Anthony Barbagallo and Kristen Fowks Mr. and Mrs. Albert F. Barbaro Jeane and Lee Barbieri Estate of Doris Barbuto Cornelia Barnard Dr. Rosalind Barnett Catherine B. Barns Allison Barry Sharon Batchelder Robert Bayers Steven and Michelle Bearak Kathleen and Kevin Beatty Kurt P. Belken Christopher Belmonte The Bennett-Hemenway School Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence A. Bennigson Jamille A. Benson Bergen County United Way Kurt J. Bergstrom Paul D. Bertoli, Jr. Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center - OR/RX/Nurs./Anesthesia Michael J. Bianca Carson Biederman Mark Bissell Patricia E. Blake Edward and Barbara Boches

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Employees’ Community Fund of the Boeing Company Philip and Carol Bois David and Kathy Boni Susan P. Booth Jon Bosley and Jaques Powell Boston Brokerage Group Boston Capital Foundation MZTG Holdings DBA Boston House of Pizza Boston University College of Communications Richard and Deborah Boutilier Doris E. Bouwensch Mrs. Susan Boyle Dan Bradley Stephen G. Brady Shawn and Kathleen Bragdon Bridgeline Digital David and Barbara Brierley Brigham Dermatology Associates Jean Brodnax The Brook House Condominium Myles A. Brown and Judy Garber Robert and Sarah Bua Buildium, LLC Alan B. Butler David and Ethel Butler Cabot-Wellington, LLC Susan H. Cahill Jenn and Shane Caiazzo The Cambridge Homes Paul D. Cammarata D.M.D. Elizabeth and Ronald Campbell Vincent and Karen Capozzi Cardinal Medeiros Transitional Program Laura and Andrew Carnase Michael and Margaret Carrington Sarah Carroll Elizabeth Casey Lisa Caten David Cavanagh Nicole Chang Jennifer J. Chao The Charles Hotel Maria Ginebra Chase Peter J. Cheever George and Mary Chin Michelle Choate Mr. and Mrs. Michael Christian Lyndsay Church Circles Clarion Healthcare Employees Sandra Clarke Cynthia Clemson Shirley B. Clough Kathryn Cochrane Murphy

Coldwell Banker Plymouth James G. Coletti Lucy Collins Michael and Linda Collins Janice L. Colombi Combined Federal Campaign of Rhode Island and SE MA Marlies Comjean Commercial Construction Consulting, Inc. Community Foundation of Southeastern Massachusetts Edward R. Comstock Concord Lumber Corporation Congress Wealth Management, LLC Dr. Patricia A. Connolly William and Patricia Connolly Maureen A. Conroy Adam S. Cook Mr. and Mrs. Russell V. Corsini, Jr. Ross N. Hoffman and Dorothy D. Crawford Charitable Giving Fund James E. Creutz Gary and Jeanne Cronin Patricia M. Crosby Crowe Pordis Corporation CSN Stores CTS International Brian Christopher Cummings Robert N. Cunjak Marion O. Cunningham Ann Curley Curtis Construction Company, Inc. Marcia Damon Mr. and Mrs. Arthur G. D’Angelo Edward R. Dattoli David Davies Amy Davis Mr. and Mrs. Howard W. Davis Mr. and Mrs. Domenic DeAngelo Dedham Retired Executives Group Margaret Degou Sean Delaney Ms. Delay Brian and Valerie Denomy Mrs. Vinita Deodhar Department of Transitional Assistance - F/I Unit Anna T. Dern Thomas and Mary DeSimone Deutsche Bank Championship Mr. and Mrs. Bernard M. Devine, Jr. Craig Devivo Mrs. Elinor Di Iorio Mr. and Mrs. Leonard John DiCarlo Mary DiGiovanni William and Julie Doe Doll Study Club of Boston Brian Donegan Caroline E. Donohue Paul and Barbara Dowling Kyle Draeger Anne Duduch Robert Duffy Elizabeth Duggan Joan Dunfey Dunkin’ Donuts Linda Durant

Jason and Michelle Durkin Richard J. Dyer Justin Edwards Scott and Kathleen Edwards Jean C. Egan Janet D. Eisendrath Ellen O’Connell Giving Fund EMD Serono, Inc. Constance Emmett John L. Ennis Mr. and Mrs. Charles Eshbach Louis Esposito Essential Inc. European Watch Company April Evans Laurie Ewald Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Fanning Joseph W. Fantasia David H. Feinberg Maurice and Carol Feinberg Family Foundation, Inc. Richard J. Fennell and Shirley Fennell Lawrence and Christine Fennelly Karen M. Ferrera Alfred J. Filiaggi Jeff Filmore Mr. and Mrs. Neal J. Finklestein Mr. and Mrs. James J. Finnegan Fitness Inspired Training Daniel P. Fitzgerald Judith A. Fitzgerald Daniel J. Fitzpatrick Five Star Quality Care, Inc John H. Flagg, Jr. Sean F. Flynn Fortune Personnel Consultants Suzanne Foster Four Seasons Hotel Frances Ray Jules Salon Sheila Freedman Thomas and Cherry Frost Mary I. Fulton Susan B. Furtado Robin Furumoto Kathleen M. Gallagher Mr. and Mrs. Michael E. Gallant Teresa M. Gallinaro Deborah Garner Paul T. Gelep The Gem Group, Inc. Tony Gemma Dawn and Richard Geoffroy Ron Geraneo Gift4Giving Program Mr. and Mrs. Tom Gilbane Paula J. Gilligan Nancy M. Gilroy David and Shannon Girard Mrs. Carol A. Goldthwait Gregory Goodale Thomas and Sonja Goodale Google Matching Gifts Program Susan Gordona Gourmet Caterers Inc. Ronald Grace Philip and Barbara Graceffa Grand Lodge of Masons In Massachusetts


Grandin Family Foundation Dr. William Mr. and Mrs. Linda Green Melanie and Richard Green Guido Guidotti Mr. and Mrs. Raymond J. Guilbault Diane Gulinello Mrs. Margaret Gulla H.M.L. Associates Jean Hale Estate of Eugene B. Hamilton Terry Hamilton Robert and Theresa Hamm Keith and Ann Hammitte John Hancock Matching Gifts Program Maureen Hanley Leonard F. Hanna John M. Hannigan Jonathan L. Hargrove David and Joan Harper Michael Harrington Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Harvard University, EHSEM Health Dialog, Inc. Health Policy Associates, Inc. Denis and Elizabeth Helm Robert Scott Henderson Nancy L. Herring James and Marilyn Heskett Brian Higgins Kerrie Lenhart Hogan Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Hollister Douglas and Elizabeth Horan Steven and Heather Horan Michael Horowitz The Houde Family Michael and Susan Houle Tony and Erin Howard Hu Huang Susan Hunter and Douglas Watson Alison Husid Walter and Suzanne Huskins Robert Hyland Tom Iannotti Il Capriccio Jeannette Iles Laura Imperatore and Bill Carrigan Insurance Fraud Bureau of Massachusetts Invesco Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan G. Isaacson Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ives J. F. Plumbing Llc J.P. Licks Janis Research Company David Jennings and Jennifer Krebs Nancy and Peter Jeton Anne and Kurt Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Bruce K. Johnson Frank D. Johnson Nancy and William Johnston Diane R. Johnstone-DeRosa Maureen A. Joyce Joymark Inc. Mr. and Mrs. George A. Jreige Susan Karger

Eric Karnowski Mr. and Mrs. Steven Kaseta Christopher A. Kazantis Loretta Keane Heather Kearney Keegan Werlin LLP Kelly Construction Charles A. Kelly Mary E. Kelly Mr. and Mrs. Larry Kenah William Kennedy Beth King Scott and Jennifer Kirwin Mrs. Donna Kletjian Stephen and Angie Knightly Byron Koh and Fran Wall Andee Krasner Katherine Craven and James Kryzanski Nobuko O. Kuhn Joseph Kvedar David F. Lafferty Michael Lally Mr. and Mrs. Brian P. Lambert Raymond and Marie Lambert Lynne S. Lamson Landmark Impressions Salvatore and Catherine Lanuto L’Aroma Cafe Laufer Group International Ltd. James Lawlor Craig And Jeff Lawrence John P. Lawrence Lawson & Weitzen, LLP Patricia Leighfield Gardner Lewis James G. Liebau The Life Initiative Denis and Rebecca Lin H. Eugene and Nancy M. Lindsey Jeffery K. Lines Cyrus B. Linscott Lionbridge Technologies Lisa Bedoya Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork Amy Litman Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Loughlin The Love Response, LLC Shannon L. Luggelle Elisabeth A. Luick Jon Lupfer and Susan Berseth Lyman Family Fund Anne Lynch William M. Lynch Mabbett & Associates, Inc. Elizabeth and John Mace Mr. and Mrs. Michael E. MacKay The Mahan Family Bridget R. Maillet Edward Maloney Laura Maltby Michael Marcella Robert and Donna Maresca Jeffrey Marrion John B. Martin Massachusetts Capital Resource Company

David G. Massad Helen A. Massaro Stephen J. Mastrocola Stephen Matheson Maveric, Boston VA Medical Center Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Maynard Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Mazzola John and Jane McCadden Mr. and Mrs. Gerard P. McCarthy Mandy McCormick Robert and Elaine McDonald Carol McDonough Jeffrey McHarg and Elaine Dors Sean Mckeever Nina McLemore LLC Carol McNeil Ryan McNeill Mary A. McQueston The Stephen Mead Charitable Fund Kevin Meegan Christopher N. Meeuwisse Merck Partnership for Giving Merrill Lynch Mill Street Investment Management Murray Miller Cyndee Milley Millicent C. Starr Charitable Trust Pierre Monfils Steve Mongeau and Janice Ruell Michael E. Monteiro Bill C. Moore, Sr. Gayle C. Moran Gordon W. Moran Jill and Paul Morelli Michelle Moretto Virginia Morfopoulos Deborah L. Marshall Timothy and Sara Mulcahy George and Beth Murnaghan Eric A. Murphy Mr. and Mrs. John V. Murphy Julia A. Murphy Robert J. Murray David C. Nahabedian Patricia Nassau Jennifer A. Nassour and Charles J. Brucato National Instruments David Nectow

Robert and Erna Nelson Sarah Nethercote Lance A. and Deborah C. Neumann Marie Rose Newman Richard L. Newman Mary Newmann NGP VAN, Inc. Richard Nilo Nimble Partners Hilary Noel Northwestern Mutual Financial Network NPR NSTAR Foundation Judith O’Brien Ellen O’Connell John and Jane O’Connor Marsha P. Oest Lyndsay N. Oglesby Kevin A. O’Laughlin Joseph and Alma O’Loughlin Alysia M. Ordway Mrs. Lynne Osborn Wyn O’Shea George A. O’Toole, Jr. Margot O’Toole Maryann Ouellette Diane Palombi Paul Panariello Parish of The Advent Brian Pasquale Amy Paxson Eliot B. Payson George and Kathy Peckham Nic Pepe and Sandy Stephens Danielle Peppard Petroleum Coke Management Company Nancy E. Petronio John Petrowsky and Thomas Vise Jillian Phelan Beth L. Phillips Physical Sciences, Inc. John and Joyce Poles Mark Popolizio PriMedia Pro Tool & Supply Provant, Inc. Thomas Pucillo

FY 2012 Fundraising Facts ▪▪ The results of The Home’s fundraising efforts rose 20% over the previous fiscal year ▪▪ We added 5,960 new donors ▪▪ Our Cornerstone Society membership — those donors who have been giving regularly for more than 20 years — reached the 3,000 milestone 17


Circle of Hope (continued) Queer Activist Collective at Boston University John and Elaine Quint R. M. Waite Co., LLC R.H. Keleher Co., Inc. Susan Rabinowitz Kara Lee Rainey Fred Ramos Ted A. Ramsaur Daniel J. Rea Real Futbol Training, LLC Claudio Rebbi Lawrence Redding Kathleen R. Reinold Remington Middle School Suzanne and Jack Reno Robert and Laura Reynolds Dinah Ribarsky Breanne Ricketts Janne and Matthew Rigatti Mr. and Mrs. Philip S. Robertson Joe and Jan Roller Mr. and Mrs. Mark Romaine Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Roman Mrs. Marcia Roy Stephen and Janet Ruggiero Peter and Colleen Ryan Wendy L. Sabin Salem State University Michael A. Salinger Gregory and Karen Salvucci Samet & Company PC Colette L. Saro Annmarie Sasdi Catherine G. Schneider Karen A. Scott Megan Secatore Alison Seeley Dr. Eva M. Selhub Brigitte I. Senkler Kamran Shahbazi Henry D. Shaw Shawmut Springs Church Timothy D. Shay Brian Shea Gabriel Sheets-Poling

Elizabeth F. Shephard Walter A. Shephard Sheraton Framingham Hotel George and Beatrice Sherman Family Trust Norton L. Sherman Steven Simard Mrs. Audrea Simpson Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Singer Mr. and Mrs. Erik O. Skramstad Paul and Lisa Slack Edward J. Smith, Jr. Joseph M. Smith Marcus and Celena Smith Harold T. N. Smith Memorial Foundation Michael E. Solomon Thomas Sonnabend Speedway Children’s Charities James W. Spitzer Mr. and Mrs. John Spurr, Jr. St. Anselm Church Mrs. Anne G. St. Goar Standish Mr. and Mrs. Peter Stanley Nora Stanulonis StarkWeather & Shepley Geoffrey and April Stein Scott Stephens Frank Stevens Mr. and Mrs. James Stewart Elizabeth Brunner and Craig Stockmal Mary Strachan Christopher and Erin Stulb Darrell Stymiest Jeanne M. Sullivan Joseph and Marcia Sullivan Sarah Sullivan Tim and Rachel Sullivan Suzanne Swift Jerome F. Sybertz Bernard A. Taradash Anthony Tarallo Michael and Merle Tarnow John L. Taylor Ann and Bill Teuber Thomas and Diane Teuten Mrs. Kim Thornton

Thoughtforms Corporation David and Nancy Thyng Richard C. Tolson Mr. and Mrs. Kevin J. Toomey Magdalena Tosteson Xavier G. Touret Tower Group Companies Tresorelle Foundation Tufts University School of Medicine Shermika Turner-Lewis Jeremy Tuten United Way of Greater Cleveland Richard D. Urell Kathleen and Joshua Vandernoot Charles VanMeter and Donna Marcin Laura A. Verville Luis and Jennifer Vidal Joseph Vilimas Ernest and Beatrice Von Mertens Charitable Lead Trust VOX Marketing, LLC Robert Walsh Anthony Warren The Warren Group Joshua J. Waters Wayne Foundation Scott Wayne Joseph J. Wayshak Webster Bank Mr. and Mrs. Ross D. Weiler Wellington Management Company, LLP Westfield Capital Management Company, Inc Joanne and Edward Whalen Mrs. Constance V.R. White Merrill B. Wilder Steven Wildes David and Lisa Wilk Wilkins Investment Counsel, Inc. Willis of MA, Inc. Ellen Wilson Gretchen E. Wilson Julie R. Wingerter Monika Wirtz Wistar Wood Kathleen Worth Mr. and Mrs. Kevin P. Wythe

The Home’s annual fundraising gala, Voices & Visions, broke all previous records with an attendance in excess of 1,100 and more than $1 million raised. Through artwork and writing, children in our programs brought the theme of “Celebrating Heroes” to life, creatively depicting heroes that ranged from fictional characters with supernatural powers to famous figures and “everyday” heroes who make the world a better place. The Home acknowledged two of its own many heroes: Robert K. Sheridan, recently retired President and CEO of The Savings Bank Life Insurance Company, for his generosity and belief in our work; and Virginia Griffin, owner of Watson’s Candies in Walpole, for her longtime friendship and dedicated volunteer efforts. 18

Photo by: Nathan Fried-Lipski

Celebrating Heroes at Voices & Visions 2012

XV Beacon Janice T. Yakel Valerie A. Yarashus William S. Yerazunis James and Kathy Yoshizawa Karen Zarrow

ADVOCATE ($250 to $499)

Anonymous Donors (33) 235 Entertaiment LLC 50 West Broadway Corcoran Management Company Pamela A. Abenaim Abendroth, Berns & Warner, LLC Chava Abrams Sonia S. Abrams Serra Abramson Maryann Agresti Lesley Ahern Anjali and Andrew Ahn AIG Matching Grants Program Donna M. Aldrich Alere Algonquin Regional High School Amy Almeida American Contract Group American Public Television Ames & Gough, Inc. Stanford Amstutz Anchor Capital Advisors, Inc. Mrs. Antoinette Anderson Gaille Anderson Dorothy and Gary Anderson Paul C. Anderson Anthony F. Andrade Selene Angier Mr. and Mrs. David A. Antonelli Pattie and Joe Antonelli Mrs. Caroline Archambault James and Jane Archambeault Peter Arden Trey Armstrong Jacqueline Arocho Jonathan and Colleen Ash Marny Ashburne Gregory Atkinson John F. Austin, III


John F. Austin, Jr. Carolina Avellaneda Margery B. Avirett B.W. Kennedy & Co. Lawrence and Nancy Babine Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Bachner David Backlund Rosemary Bagnell Robert Bailey Sandra Bailey Sharon Bak Steve and Deborah Baker Robert P. Ball Banana Republic - Store 8011 Ruth Barkhouse Caroline C. Barone Dennis A. Barous Paul J. Bartlett Joseph and Jeanne Bartolo Prescott Baston Suzanne W. Bates Anthony and Jacqueline Baudanza Patricia E. Bean Curtis and Karen Beard Nancy K. Beaumont Carolyn L. Beckman Stitson Jessica Bell Mr. and Mrs. Philip P. Bellinghieri Nancy Benchoff Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Benedetti James Beneway Maria F. Benotti Berger Family Foundation David Berman Rick Bernier Stuart Berzin Steven Besaw Dikran Betzig William E. Bilodeau Pamela Bittner Cara Blank Peter Blau Blue Cross Blue Shield Corporate Peer Review Blue Jeans Bar Andra Boak Kathleen Bohner William and Lily Bond Robert and Margaret Bonney Eileen and Charles Borzilleri Boston Athletic Club Boston Carmens Union Local 589 Mr. and Mrs. Gary P. Bouchard Charley Boudreau Erin Boudreau Dee Bouffard Sean and Tany Boulger Mary M. Bounapane Joseph Boyd Boylston Schul-Verein Kathleen Bradley Minda Bradley David A. Brady Julia Brant Nanette C. Braucher Therese Breen Edwin R. Breslin, Jr. Robert Breyan

Margot H. Brickelmaier Brigham and Women’s Hospital Clinical Sciences Richard Brinker Gilmore Bronsdon Brookline High School David Brown Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Brown Lisa A. Brown & Associates, LLC Dr. Rosalind S. Brown Mr. and Mrs. Adam J. Bubonovich Mariann Bucina Elizabeth Buckner Heather and Christopher Buder Mary Anne Burbine Judith Burke Maribeth Burke Thomas Burke William and Deborah Burke Eric and Diana Burns Josephine Burr Bushari Group Real Estate Nancy A. Busnach and Joseph D’Ovidio William C. Butcher Mr. and Mrs. Eric G. Butler The Charles Button Family David and Moira Byer Brian J. Cadigan Gary and Lynne Callahan John J. Calnan Andrea C. Campenella Meghan Capasso Carol Capone Elizabeth Capone Patti and Albert Cappelloni Camille Carlstrom Arthur Carr Mary Ann Carter Otis Cash, III Daniel Caso Barbara A. Cassell Stanley and Dolores Chaban Carolyn E. Chaharyn Mary Chambers Mrs. Susan M. Chandler Mrs. Joanna Chanis and Dr. Vasilios Mourmoutis Charles River Apparel Katherine Chaurette Patricia Chessare Brian F. Chiango Amy Chien Julian Chu Susan Ciampa Circuit Design Services Citizens Bank of Rhode Island Claudia G. Clark Leslie A. Clark Clark, Hunt & Embry Davis Clayson Jean M. Cleary Stephen and Eileen Cloonan Robert and Maureen Clough Mr. and Mrs. David Coffey Cogent Research Joel and Stephanie Cohen John E. Coleman

George B. Coles The Collaborative Team Brian Collins The Colonnade Hotel Bruce P. Comjean Andre G. Compagna Compete, Inc. George A. Conley Mr. and Mrs. John B. Conners Kenneth and Carol Connor Rosemary A. Connorsbotto Jacqueline Conte Roger Cook Jon and Laurie Cooley Howard M. Cooper Jonathan Copper Mr. and Mrs. Ger Corkery Mario J. Cornacchio Amy E. Costa Kristen Costa F. Richard Couture William J. Cowhig Kelly and Michael Cox Malcolm R. Craig, Jr. Creature Cakes G. Lamreer Crittenden John and Caroline Crocker Mr. and Mrs. Thomas G. Cropley Kate Crowley William H. Cruickshank, Jr. Paula M. Cullinane Lauren Culliton Edward and Susan Culver Leah Culver Cummings Condon Fund Paul L. Cummings Robert J. Cummings Joan P. Cunningham Curis, Inc. Gerald and Jeanne Curtis Brian Dacey Mr. and Mrs. John R. Daher Mr. and Mrs. Edward H. D’Alelio Anita D’Angelo Steven and Helena D’Angelo Anita and Flora D’Angio Ann Dannenberg John D’Aprile Olive Darragh Stephen and Beth Davino Mr. and Mrs. Edmund B. Davis Carrie L. Day DB&S Lumber & Home Improvement Centers Mr. and Mrs. Todd A. Deberry Law Offices of Janet K. DeCosta, P.C. Joyce Degreeff Mr. and Mrs. Christopher E. Delaney Eunice Delaney Mr. and Mrs. William F. Delaney Al Della Porta Vittoria E. DeLuca Allyson Denoble Department of Homeland Security The Design Initiative Robert J. Devaney, Jr. Manuel Dias Maryrose DiDomenico

Jennifer E. Dilts Meg Dimascio Paul W. DiMaura Deana DiMenna Lynn Dionne Sandra Dionne James and Maureen DiSilva John and Karen Ditmars Philip Dole, Sr. Paul Dome Paul M. Donaghey Nancy L. Donahue Donald T. Jenkins Family Charitable Fund Donan Inc. DBA Artu’ Trattoria & Rosticceria Donna Karan Senator Kenneth Donnelly John A. Donoian Mr. and Mrs. John L. Donovan Julie B. Doran and Friends William E. Doyle Ryan and Reagan Driscoll June B. Duggan Nicolas Dunn Mr. and Mrs. Douglas B. Dunsmore Benjamin J. Dupnik Ted and Beth Durant Nicole A. W. Dyson Thomas and Margaret Egan Alan Einhorn and Suzanne Salamon Tracy Eisenberg Karen Elias Amanda Ellakkis Robert S. England Environments at Work Ilene Epstein Sharon and Harry Eramian The Essex Culinary Resort and Spa Diane L. Esslinger Phyllis C. Fairchild Douglas V. Faller Mr. and Mrs. Mark M. Falzone William Faradie and Suzanne Rich Barbara Fargnoli William A. Farrell Carol Fazio Marilyn M. Feinberg Albert L. Fenn Mr. and Mrs. Ryan Ferguson Pamela Ferrante Robyn Ferrero Andrew Fersch Festive Adventures, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas M. Fici Bill Fine WCVB-TV Philip Fine and Beverly Holley Andrew J. Finizio Dennis V. Finn First Baptist Church (Men’s Fellowship Group) Mr. and Mrs. John G. Fitzpatrick Michael J. Fitzpatrick Linda and Paul Flaherty Agustin and Mariblance Fleites David L. Flynn FM Global Foundation Glendon A. Foley

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Circle of Hope (continued) Michael Foley Foliage Software Systems Primo Fontana Stephan G. Fopiano, Sr. Michael Foraste William B. Forbush, III Forever Fit Health and Fitness Center Robert R. Forsberg Paul E. Foskett Elaine Foster Ramsey E. Fountain Martha Fox Marie L. Franco Maryann Fraticelli Zachary Freelove Mr. and Mrs. John A. Freeman French Cultural Center David and Donna Frenette Fresenius Medical Care North America Friends Academy Mr. and Mrs. George R. Fryer, Jr. Mrs. S. Fuller Linda Fung Sharon Gagne Constance Galanis Paul S. Garber Mrs. Patricia A. Gassett Christophe Gaudet Norma E. Gavazzi Michael W. Geis James and Kathleen Geraghty Robert S. Ghigli Eleanor Giannelli Peg A. Giguere-Davis Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Gilbert Gilco Rogue Enterprises Shirley A. Gillies William Glatfelter Go Ahead Tours Alberto Godenzi Rita and Monte Goldman Peter and Catherine Goldring Courtney Goldthwait Goodrich Foundation Google, Inc. The Gordon Family Robin Fay Gorman Katherine Gormley Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. Gottlieb Goulston & Storrs PC Mrs. Charlotte Heaton Gowen Martin Graney Shannon Granger William Grant Estate of Anne Gray Paul and Priscilla Gray Anthony and Theresa Greco Carmine A. Greco David and Michelle Green Donald K. Green Robert Gritter Marina Gross Marsha L. Gross The Gryphon House Virginia Guarino Mr. and Mrs. Atul Gupta

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Clifton S. Gustafson Paul and Carol Gustafson Mr. and Mrs. Gerald F. Gustus Joel and Ann Habener Mr. and Mrs. Michael P. Habich Michael Hackett Donald L. Hagerty Terrance Hahn Richard C. Hale Betty A. Haley Wayne Hamilton Hanover Middle School Harvey and Jeanne Hansen Kent F. Hansen Elyse Hanson Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Hargraves, Jr. Barry J. Harper Eunice M. Harps Samantha J. Harriman John Harrington Mrs. Susan Harrington Kate Harrison-Beauregard Hart Supply Co., Inc. Dana R. Hartwell Sherry and Brian Haus Beth A. Hayes Mr. and Mrs. Eric Hayes Lisa Healy and John Lacey Michael Healy and Poppy Fry Hearthstone Alzheimer Care Denis P. Hebert Edward and Diane Hendriks Matthew Henson Deirdre A. Hering Shawn Herlihy Donna M. Hess Margaret E. Higgins and Jeffrey P. Peterson Rosemary H. Higginson Eileen M. Hinchey Ralph H. Hinckley, Jr. David Hinds Dulcy Hines Lois S. Hirschmann Kalon Ho Len and Peggy Ho John J. Hoarty, Jr. Danika Hodges Joseph F. Hogan, Jr. Tammy Hogan Thomas J. Hogan Barbara A. Holgerson Nicholas and Debe Holland Lucile J. Holliday Holy Family School Kathryn L. Horan The E.B. Horn Company Mary Hornsby John Horvath Fred Hoskins and Family HouseWorks Home Care Associate James Howard Laura Hsieh Hub Technology Group Walter Hubley David K. Hudson David E. Huenneke Marilyn Hughes

Cassie Hurd Hurdle Hill Foundation Linsey Hurley Jodie Hurst Robert N. Husson Jacob Hyman Michele Iacopino IBM Donald and Amelia Igoe Joseph A. Imbimbo ING Direct Sarah Ingmanson Mr. and Mrs. Scott Inman The Inn and Spa at Mill Falls Invest in Others Charitable Foundation Inc. Ipswitch, Inc. Ralph R. Isberg ISD - Knowledge Management Marie Isenburg Ann Jackman James Jagger Paula Jaqlyn Donald T. Jenkins Thomas H. Jennings Melinda S. Jerauld Mr. and Mrs. Stephen E. Jiava Charlotte A. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Christopher B. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Eric W. Johnson Georgia M. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Karl H. Johnson Kirk Johnson Lynne A. Johnson Jolie & Company Mimi Jolliffe Dawna L. Jones JP Rentals and Sales JPD Management Trust, INC. Kerri Judge B. Glenn and Cindy Jutras Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Jutras Doug and Jeannette Kahn Kathy B. Kalimon Julia Kan Eileen M. Kane Daniel and Pamela Kaplan Timothy Kasida Stephen Kaszynski Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas P. Katsiroubas Jennifer Katzl Mr. and Mrs. Howard Kaye Robert D. Keefe Christopher and Theresa Keenan Mr. and Mrs. John E. Kellner Joseph and Kelly Kennedy Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Kenney Deborah A. Kenny Kensington Capital Management, LLC Mr. and Mrs. David Kettner Matthew E. Kidd Theresa M. Kiernan Ryan and Jaime Kim Elizabeth J. Kincannon Steven J. Kingsley Anne Kingston Joanna Cook Kjellman Daniel and Sharon Kleitman

William and Elizabeth Klemperer Maureen Byrne Kobayashi Daniel Koen E.M. Koerner Melissa F. Koester Christopher and Sheryl Kokkinos Xanthra Kolk Susan Koulouris Thomas and Linda Kraus Kriss Law Paul and Nancy Krueger James Kuhn Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Kunz Hal R. Belodoff and Alissa Kuznick Deborah Kwolek Ambrose Kwong Mr. and Mrs. Martin Lacava Cindy Lai Miriam Laliberte Kristin Landgraf Langer & McLaughlin, LLP Judy B. Largesse Susan Larkin Robert Lash Douglas A. Lauffenburger and Linda G. Griffith Robert LeBlanc Mr. and Mrs. David H. Lee Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Lee Wendi A. Lee Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Lemire The Liberty Hotel Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Lieberman Julianne Lindsay Mrs. Edna M. Locke Maryel F. Locke Mr. and Mrs. Keith Lockhart James Lokay Jean L. Lootz Mr. and Mrs. Michael Loughlin Ralph W. Lowry Kenneth W. Lund Russell and Barbara Lurvey LVI Environmental Services Inc. Anne Lynch Daniel G. Lynch Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Lynch Daniel J. Lyne Maureen Maas Duncan J. MacCallum Rosemary Macero Katherine MacGregor Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Mack Nicole Mack Gary and Susan Mackenzie John R. MacLaren Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. MacNevin Mr. and Mrs. Vincent MacNutt Janet MacQuarrie Macy’s Corporate Services Paul Madden and Melissa Kargleroad Frances Mahan Alfred V. Mahoney Mr. and Mrs. Michael Mahsa The Maids Home Services Nicholas Mainieri Alan and Marion Malkasian Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Manning


Steven Marando Anthony Marcinkiewicz Maria Laurence and Associates LLC Jennifer and Chris Marks Peggy P. Marks Boston Marriott Copley Place Mr. and Mrs. Guilford J. Martin Peter J. Martin Stanley and Kellie Martin Mr. and Mrs. Stephen A. Martin Steven J. Marullo, Esq. Alan Marzi Judith A. Maselli George E. Maskell Robert Mason Massachusetts Municipal Association Nancy K. Matthews Richard and Yasuko Mattione Mrs. Donna May Ross Mayer Vincent Mazzarella Lloyd Mc Manus, Jr. Kirsten E. Mcauliffe Ryan Mcauliffe Frederick M. McCann Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. McCarthy Robert B. McCauley Janet McCleave Marybeth McConaghy Kathleen and Paul McCormack Christine McCormick Kevin F. McCune Peter McDaniel Gail E. McDermott John and Deborah McDonald Marla J. McDougall C. McDurmott John McGrory Margie McLean Ryan McQuillan Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Mead, Jr. Michael J. Meehan Carol W. Melaugh, Esq. Janet Menn Mark A. Merolli Beatrice Merriam Brian Merrill Regina Messina Randy S. Meyers and Jeffrey Rand Arlene F. Michael Denise Miller Mr. and Mrs. Donald Miller Luke Miller Vanessa Miller Pamela Milligan Robert Milling Lee R. Minardi Rosemary Minnehan Paul M. Minton Robert and Mary Mirabito Kevin Mohan and Anne Williams William F. Molloy Jessica Mols Leslie and Charlotte Moore Richard L. Moore Susan Moore Janet N. Moran Hannah B. Morehouse

Mr. and Mrs. Keith Morgan Gerard R. Morin William and Margaret Morin Frank A. Morreale Garfield Morrison Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Morrison Morse Barnes-Brown & Pendelton PC Dawn Mortimer Karen Morway Mr. and Mrs. Alan L. Mosher Michael J. Muir Mr. and Mrs. Michael Mulcahy Jack Mulkerin Rebecca Mulzer Brian Munn Alana H. Murphy Mrs. Elaine C. Murphy Jim Murphy Joseph Murphy and Donna Williamson M. Murphy Denise Murphy-Hirai Betty A. Murray Nandini Murthy David and Linda Nadeau Paul F. Nagle Memorial Fund Dan Nastou Dorothy Nee Dr. Marisol Negron Carl Nelson Dr. Nancy J. Nersessian Mary D. Neumann New Covenant Foundation, Inc. Samuel P. New New York Life Retirement Plan Services Mrs. Rita E. Newman Thomas D. Newton Michael J. Nichols Thomas Niedermayr Elizabeth Niedzwiecki Nieghborhood Diabetes Theresa A. Noftle Rebecca Nordhaus and William T. Curry Daniel and Linda Noreck Employees Charity Organization of Northrop Grumman Cindy Null Margret Nystrom Frederick and Elaine O’Brien Stephen and Isabel O’Brien Mr. and Mrs. James M. O’Brien Frank and Alma O’Glishen Stephen and Susan O’Hara Charles and Dana Oliver Mrs. Arthur Olivieri Paul E. Olsen OM Restaurant & Lounge Mary P. O’Malley Ometek William R. O’Reilly Mrs. Sarah Orlandella Rachel Ory Mary O’Sullivan Kimberly A. Paddock Deborah Palmer Pandora Mary Parziale

Think Differently — Give Differently Many of our generous donors have devised quite creative ways of ensuring that The Home is remembered — both now and in the future. Some examples: ▪▪ Earmarking their Social Security check to come to The Home on a monthly basis ▪▪ Making The Home the beneficiary of their

insurance policy

▪▪ Establishing a charitable gift annuity ▪▪ Bequeathing the balance in their savings account to The Home

Ronald M. Pastore Rajiv Patel and Angela Patel Arthur D. Patten Martha Patton Valerie Paul Paulist Center & Chapel Mark and Kerry Payson PCAA Lender Liquidating Trust Joanne C. Peckarsky Mr. and Mrs. Ken Pefine Allison and Stephen Pellegrino Eileen Pembroke Dr. Suzanne Pender Morris Pepper Hamilton LLP Roland K. Perkins Paul Perrotta Robert Petitti, Jr. Johannes Pfeifenberger James and Bonnie Philip Richard D. Phippen and Family Gregory M. Phoenix John Piccione Gerald B. Pier Caesar Pietrangelo Ervin Pietz Pinehills, LLC Claudia Piper Paul Pitts-Dilley Michael and Jennifer Plaster Marsha Pliakas The Plymouth Rock Foundation Kevin Pojasek Mrs. Kathryn Portle Power of Prayer Charismatic Renewal Teresa M. Prego Prospect Hill Plumbing & Heating Inc. Tony Pucillo Philip and Caitlyn Pulitzer Estate of Joseph Qualantona Donna Qualters Queer Law Alliance

Joan A. Quinlan The Radio City Christmas Spectacular Deborah L. Radovsky Melissa Radzikowski Carrie Rainen Charles and Patricia Rand Mary Ranese William A. Rangnow Mary L. Rauseo Victoria Rawlinson Barbara A. Reade Mary Reaney Mr. and Mrs. James Redfern Mr. and Mrs. James Redmond Ludmila Reed Matt and Meredith Reed Mr. and Mrs. James Regan David and Jessica Reilly Sandra Reilly Paul W. Reinsmith Rialto Sarah Ricciardelli Michael E. Rice Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth J. Richard Francis J. Ridge James C. Rigney Mr. and Mrs. Maurice J. Ringel Kristen M. Rivard Nancy Rivera Brian Roach and Wendy Reisman Dr. Linda Robb-Nicholson Timothy D. Ronan Roosevelt School Michael Rosbash Carolyn Thayer Ross Elizabeth M. Ross Emily Ross James Ross Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Roth Joanne H. Roux R-Ticulate

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Circle of Hope (continued) Andrew Ruggiero Mr. and Mrs. Paul M. Russell Barbara Russo Mr. and Mrs. Michael Russo Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Rust Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Sammartino Mr. and Mrs. William T. Sandalls, Jr. Mark Sanders and Kathleen Donohue The Sands Family Foundation Gerald and Lucille Sands Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth J. Sanginario Yadira Santiago Jonathan Sauer Cory and Sarah Saunders Mrs. Linda Saunders Geoffrey and Michele Sauter Melissa Schierl Susan Schmidt Gared Schneberger Marion Schoon Mr. and Mrs. Oreon Scott Jeannie Seidler Juliana Seminerio Mr. and Mrs. Jay Senerchia Shaevel & Krems Mr. and Mrs. Jeremiah Shafir James Shaw Daniel Shea William R. Shek Sherrill House Ms. Shults Paula M. Shwab Stanley and Elsa Sidel Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Silver Susan Simi Ellen Simpson Donna M. Sirutis Roland Sitzler Ellen T. Slotnick Deborah L. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. Smith and Family

Eugenia M. Smith Michelle L. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Tom Smith Robin Snell Mark Snyder Ellen R. Sokoll Nancy M. Solari Norman and Joanna Solari Arthur Somerville Joseph T. Sonsini Farzaneh A. Sorond and Soad F. Kousheshi Janet Sortor Lawrence Spiegel Joel Stahl Margaret and George Stanton Gary and Deborah Stein Jay and Julie Stephens Jennifer Stewart Stilista Mr. and Mrs. James C. Stoddard Christina A. Stone Julianne Stoughton Timothy and Nancy Stout Richard R. Stoyle Robert E. Struck, Jr. Lesli Suggs Mr. and Mrs. James A. Sullivan Mr. and Mrs. Paul T. Sullivan Theresa and Maurice Sullivan Humanitarian Trust SurfMerchants LLC Swanson Auto Services, Inc. Janet V. Swanson Steve Swanson Alexander G. Taft Sam Tatelbaum Ben and Kate Taylor Charitable Foundation Elizabeth K. Taylor Gavin A. Taylor James Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Stewart D. Taylor Technivend, Inc.

The Teddy Bear Foundation For Foster Children Mr. and Mrs. Peter D. Tedeschi Ten X Club Mr. and Mrs. John T. Terzakis Edward A. Thomas Irwin E. Thompson Laura M. Thompson Marc C. Thompson Family Fund TIAA-CREF Employee Giving Campaign Patricia Tibbetts Nancy B. Tieken Jeffrey T. Tilton and Michelle Thomas Ward Donna M. Tocci Barton Tomlinson Austin Toole and Kim Kiely Tamyra A. Toole Barbara and Jon Trachtenberg Tresca Brothers Sand & Gravel, Inc. Heidi Trilsch Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas M. Tsaparlis Sheila Tucker Daniel F. Twomey Eleanor Uddo Aurthur and Ingeborg Uhlir Robert Ullmann United Way of Southeastern Pennsylvania Urban Science Academy Valley United Way Inc. Maureen and Michael Vasily David Veling John P. Vetere Gary Videlock and Holly Prentice Barbara C. Vincelli Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Vincent Paul G. Vivino Christopher and Kim Voce Ann Von Mehren Donald F. Vose Anna and Andreas Cullen-Voyatzakis Mrs. Paddy V. Wade F. Channing Wagg, III

William E. Walker Lorraine Walsh Michael Arthur Walsh Patricia A. Walsh George Warshaw Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Washington Matthew Waterbury Waters Corporation William Waters Mrs. Rosita L. Watson Waves Car Wash Jacqueline Waxlax Alison L. Weaver Irvin W. Weaver Catherine Webster Alexander Weintraub Mr. and Mrs. Gordon C. Weir James Wells Mrs. Marie A. Wells Wentworth Institute of Technology Joan M. West Westin Copley Hotel LeRoy White Lona T. Whitley Regina B. Wiedenski Robert and Maureen Wight Daniel and Kelly Wilburn Marc C. Willems Rodney Williams Peter Wilson Amelia D. Winston Sue Wolf Lance Wolkenbrod Joann Woodland John Wright YourCause, LLC Sonya Yu Jane and James Zavistoski Raymond and Nancy Zemlin

Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of this listing. Please direct any questions or concerns to Janet Suarez, Director of Development Operations, at 617-927-0663 or jsuarez@thehome.org.

Photo by: Samantha Yanofsky

Hitting the Links for The Home Our two annual golf tournaments once again made significant contributions to our fundraising efforts in fiscal year 2012. The 17th annual Generous Masters Golf Marathon was held in June at the Black Rock Country Club in Hingham. Almost 100 golfers turned out to play 36 holes and raised close to $150,000. It was the ladies’ turn in September with the fourth annual Home in One tournament held at the Woodland Golf Club in Auburndale. Over 70 women got together to either play golf or take golf lessons with one of the club’s teaching pros. The event raised $63,000.


legacy circle The Legacy Circle honors those friends who have included The Home in their estate plans or have established a planned gift. This perpetual link between the donor and The Home is a testament to the donor’s passion to better the lives of vulnerable children and families. Anonymous (7) Joseph L. Amodeo * Trust of Elisha V. Ashton * Antoinette Assad * Doris Barbuto * Myron L. Belfer, M.D. Dr. Helen M. Bouscaren Trust of Robert B. Brigham * Nancy and Gregory Bruett Jarka and Grayce Burian Wallace C. Butterfield Gordon E. Cadwgan * Mary Elizabeth Conway * Mrs. Doris D. Cook Eileen Crittle Jeffrey Croll William H. Cruickshank, Jr. Gladys A. Cushman *

Leo Darr Charles Davis * Edward Dinaro, CFP Mrs. Elbert Drazy Trust of George Emerson Sharon and Harry Eramian June Estabrook * Gertrude C. Feldman Maurice Fitzgerald Frederic R. French, Jr. * Eugene B. Hamilton * Richard Merrill Haney, Ph.D. and Merle Marie McConnell, M.L.S. Trust under Will of Elizabeth H. Hayward * Mark Hollyer and Robin Pendleton-Hollyer Thomas and Caroline Hovey

Trust of Adelaide B. Howland Mrs. Joanna R. Inches Dianne Ingalls Cynthia Jones Christine E. Kenny Maureen Byrne Kobayashi Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Landay Margaret Lewis * Mrs. Dorothy L’Homme Melissa M. L’Homme Mrs. Marion A. MacLeod Lisa K. Matthews and Andrew Byrne Ida M. McCarthy Robert B. McCauley Malcolm J. McLean * Patricia A. Monk Margueritte F. Morday * Dr. Nancy J. Nersessian

Joan Paul Trust of Louise Pease Mr. and Mrs. Russell Peterson Trust of Laura Sibbel Fiske * Norman D. Socher Mr. and Mrs. Norman D. Sproul Charles and Elaine Steeger Irene R. Sweeney Anthony Taiani Trust of Edna Betts Talbot * Mr. and Mrs. Alex Taylor Jean F. Tierney Mr. and Mrs. John Vibberts Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Wells, III Merrill B. Wilder

* deceased

Matching gifts Many employers sponsor matching gift programs that essentially double the value of any charitable contributions made by their employees. In the last three years, the following generous companies have matched gifts to The Home: Acadian Asset Managment LLC Adage Capital Management, L.P. Aetna AIG AllianceData Allstate Giving Ameriprise Financial, Inc. Amgen Amica Companies Anchor Capital Advisors, Inc. Aon Arbella Insurance Group Autodesk Bank of America The Bank of New York Mellon Corporation BlackRock Boston Financial Data Services Brookfield Financial Properties L.P. C.R.Bard Foundation, Inc. Cadence Design Systems, Inc. Citizens Bank Computer Associates International Concentric Energy Advisors Covidien Cummings Properties Deutsche Bank Americas Eastern Bank

Eaton Vance Investment Managers EMD Millipore Equifax FM Global Frontier Capital Management Co., LLC GAP General Electric Goodrich Google Gorton’s Grand Circle Grantham, Mayo, Van Otterloo Hachette Book Group Harbor Capital Advisors, Inc. Highfields Capital Management LP Highland Capital Partners Houghton Mifflin Company ING Direct Institute for Cultural Exchange, Inc. Instrumentation Laboratory John Hancock Financial Services Johnson & Johnson JPMorgan Chase KeyBank Loomis Sayles & Company, L.P. Loring, Wolcott & Coolidge Office Macy’s Mandarin Oriental Foundation

Massachusetts Financial Services Company McDonald’s Corporation McGraw-Hill Companies Merck Partnership for Giving Merrill Lynch & Co. Foundation, Inc. MIB Group, Inc. Microsoft Millennium Pharmaceuticals Matching Gift Program The Minneapolis Foundation Morgan Stanley MSCI Inc. National Instruments Natixis Global Asset Management Nokia Matching Gifts NSTAR Foundation Olympus NDT Inc. Omgeo, LLC Oracle Pfizer Pitney Bowes, Inc. The Plymouth Rock Foundation Putnam Investments The Reebok Foundation Reed Elsevier Inc. Rinet Company, LLC Ross Silverman LLP

Saint-Gobain Corporation SAP Sentinel Benefits State Street Sun Life Financial Tampa Bay Times Fund Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. Thomson Reuters My Community Program TIAA-CREF Employee Giving Campaign Tiff Advisory Services Travelers Community Connections Tru Corporation Tyco U.S. Bank UBS Financial Services Unum Velcro USA Inc. Verizon VHB/Vanasse Hangen Brustlin, Inc. Waters Corporation Wellington Management Company, LLP Woodland Partners, LLC

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LEADERSHIP Board of Directors

Board of Ambassadors

Officers

Matthew J. Sliwa, Chair

John T. Hailer, Chair Pamela Herbst, Vice Chair Lisa K. Matthews, Secretary James C. Burrows, Treasurer

Members Dale Bearden Richard K. Bendetson Beverly A. Brown Tushara Canekeratne Anjali U. Chitre Brian A. Davis Mary Beth Gordon Deborah E. Gray John F. Hennessey Geoffrey F. Ide Patricia Jabar Stacey H. Jacobson Tim Miner Stephen J. Pemberton Laurie Slifka

Trudy Almquist Jonathan P. Ash Marin Blitzer Deborah Burrows Joseph Byrne Collette D. Chilton Molly Diggins Karen A. Ditmars Susan A. Donahue Melissa A. Druley Paul P. Epstein David L. Giunta Jarrad Glennon Patricia A. Griffin John F. Harrington Mimi Hewlett Stephen M. Kogon Christina A. Larson Caren I. Leedom Mark H. Lippolt Caroline Loughlin

Kelly S. Mann Roger Merrill Christopher H. Milton Laureen Pickering Suzanne Pilkerton Sherri Raftery Kara Lee Rainey B. Susan Ray Suzanne M. Reno Eliza Hapgood S. Rowe Joan A. Sapir Martin B. Shulkin Deborah L. Smith Peter D. Soltz Patricia E. Trebino Kristin K. Valdmanis Liam J. Walsh Joseph Wayshak Harry E. Wells Janet G. Wheeler Kendra Wilde

Executive Management Team Joan Wallace-Benjamin, Ph.D. President and Chief Executive Officer Meredith Bryan Vice President for Development and Communications Peter Evers, LICSW Vice President for Program Operations Heidi Ferreira Vice President for Performance and Outcomes Kenneth E. Hamberg, MBA, CPA Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer Leonora R. Wise, MA, MLA Vice President for Human Resources l to r: Bryan, Hamberg, Ferreira, Wise, Wallace-Benjamin, Evers

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A heartfelt thank you to our friends and supporters for helping us to make a difference in the lives of children and families every day.


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Annual Report FY2012  

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