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ANNUAL REPORT 2015


We never give up on children and we never let children give up on themselves.


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hildren of all ages come to The Home facing some of the toughest challenges they will encounter in their lives. Our philosophy is to strengthen those children and families through a seamless continuum of program and evidence-based services. We continuously measure the impact of our work to better serve those who need our help. The Home prides itself on its unique and innovative programs that give youth the tools they need to succeed in the years to come.

We integrate creativity into the therapeutic process as an aid in healing. Examples of the children’s artwork can be found throughout this report and in our 2016 Calendar of Children’s Art.

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A Letter from Our Leadership Dear Friends, This past fiscal year has been one filled with both excitement and nostalgia for The Home for Little Wanderers. Many of our programs went through changes which allowed us to deliver more innovative and effective services. The organization was awarded several new program contracts which expanded our broad continuum of care. Our Board of Directors went through a leadership change. Pam Herbst, a long time board member and Acting Chairperson for almost two years, and four other members, rotated off the board at the end of FY15. We thank all of them for their dedication and support over the years. We expanded the Intensive Foster Care program with the award of two new contracts: Emergency Shelter and Emerging to Adulthood Foster Care. We are especially excited to add the latter to our already robust services for youth who are aging out of state systems of care.

Joan Wallace-Benjamin, Ph.D.

Over the past decade, The Home has been a leader in providing services and increasing awareness around this population. In the spring of FY15, we opened the doors to a new program the Boston-Suffolk County Family Resource Center (FRC). The Home’s FRC is part of a state-wide system that replaced the decades old court-based Children in Need of Services (CHINS) system with community-based, family-focused centers all over the Commonwealth. Our FRC offers families a way to connect with mental health services in their neighborhood and find additional supports like a school liaison, parenting classes, support groups, and connections to after-school activities. There is no doubt this program will make a positive impact on the communities it serves in Suffolk County. Lastly, after 15 years, we said farewell to our administrative offices located on Huntington Avenue in the Back Bay and moved to a beautiful new location in Brighton next to WGBH and New Balance. Our new headquarters is arranged to facilitate team work and is equipped with better technology to help administrative staff better support our employees who are on the ground delivering services to children and families. The growth and ever-expanding quality of this organization’s services to some of the most vulnerable families in Massachusetts would not be possible without the generous support of our friends, donors, Board of Directors, Board of Ambassadors, volunteers and staff. Thank you for your continued belief in our work and our mission. Every child deserves a dream and the support to achieve their goals.

Thank you,

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

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Christopher F. Egan Chairman

Christopher F. Egan


A Pathway of Support Heal

We understand, recognize, and respond to effects of trauma.

Learn

Protect

Thrive

We provide safe havens for children who need to live with us.

We cultivate educational success through special education and therapeutic services.

We strengthen families to flourish in their communities.

Grow

We believe children grow strong when connected to their community.

and a Lifetime of Achievement

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“I wanted to do something more for those kids, they deserve more.” — Tim Miner

Philanthropy: A Family Affair Families come in all different forms — blended, biological, adopted and each family has different priorities. Some have to focus on keeping the lights on, most place a high priority on education, and respect. The Miners place a high priority on philanthropy with their three children, leading by example when it comes to giving back and “paying it forward.” Tim and Lauren Miner have been great friends of The Home. Tim joined our Board of Directors in 2011. As the Chief Merchandising Officer at TJX companies, he has established a close partnership between TJX and The Home. Every year TJX sponsors our signature fundraiser Voices & Visions and donates new coats to keep our kids warm, along with many other acts of generosity.

In 2014, The Miner family was honored as

The Home’s Marinella Awardees for their dedication to our mission. Tim and Lauren took in a sibling group of three foster care kids, who were facing the possibility of being split up after their adoption fell through. The Miners were their foster family for close to a year. Their daughter Amanda always wanted to be a lawyer but after being a foster family her interest was piqued in child welfare. So that summer, she interned in the advocacy department of The Home. She worked on the issue of young adults “aging-out” of foster care and the creation of the new Children Requiring Assistance (CRA) law which was passed in

2012. She recalls, “That summer, it was really great to see how law and human services issues can come together with advocacy work.” That year Amanda went back to Cornell as a double major in law and society and inequality studies. So when she came back

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“It was great to see how law and human service issues come together with advocacy work.” — Amanda Miner


for another summer internship at The Home, she was ready to make a difference. She used her education and passion to prepare written testimony for several bills that The Home is supporting this legislative session. Amanda even helped plan The Home’s opening of the Boston-Suffolk County Family Resource Center. Talk about seeing advocacy at work!

R ecently, the Miners have focused energy on improving our Southeast

Campus in Plymouth. Tim had noticed the mattresses the kids slept on could use an upgrade during a recent visit to the residential therapeutic school. As a frequent business traveller, he knows the difference a nice comfortable bed can make. “These kids rarely get anything new or nice. I thought it would make them feel more special,” Tim shared. Lauren named their new endeavor “Project Goodnight” and Tim arranged a donation of brand new mattresses. But they didn’t stop there — new pillows, coordinated sheet sets and comforters;

“Flowers for Mom” by Juliana, Safe At Home

two patterns for the girls dorm and two patterns for the boys. Then Tim, Lauren and their sons Chris and Brandon (Amanda was busy interning as a program director for SAT prep in low income communities) headed down to Southeast Campus to set the beds up themselves. Together, they made all 27 beds. They zipped on mattress protectors, tucked in the new sheets and comforters. Lauren personally straightened each bed so it looked like a Pottery Barn ad. What a difference it makes to sleep in a beautiful new, warm, comfortable bed at night. Tim had a simple response when asked why they did Project Goodnight — responsibility, “I wanted to do something more for those kids, they deserve more, and the rest of us, who can help, need to.” Because that’s what families do.

Stats of “Project Goodnight” 33 COMFORTERS 33 NEW MATTRESSES 80 PILLOWS

68SETS OF SHEETS 45FLEECE BLANKETS

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“Kids have the opportunity to learn new skills, make new connections, and work with caring adults.” — Keri Lopes

Success at Southeast Campus Almost all the way down Massachusetts Route 3, there’s a quiet tree-covered dirt road that opens up to what looks like a summer camp with its picturesque pond and dock. But it’s not a camp. It is a refuge for kids, The Home for Little Wanderers’ Southeast Campus — a residential therapeutic educational program for struggling kids.

The youth at Southeast Campus (SEC) are

some of the most vulnerable in state care. Most struggle with emotional, behavioral, or learning difficulties, past trauma, or have developmental delays. Caring for these kids and building up their skills takes special people and programs. Under new Program Director Keri Lopes and new Principal Chris Gusman, the program and the kids at SEC are thriving, with a total of 67 staffers supporting 26 kids. Periods of transition, or departure from routine, can trigger adverse behavior in many of the youth at SEC. Lopes and Gusman have worked to ensure consistency both in and out of the classroom. SEC’s on campus school has a small student-to-teacher ratio with 4 – 6 students per class. Program Director Lopes thought it was important to mirror that in the residences. So while the system requires one supervisor to oversee the campus on evenings and weekends, we now have a supervisor for each cabin, engaging the kids and rewarding appropriate behavior with popular, innovative programs.

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Keri Lopes, Director Southeast Campus


S ome of the youth at SEC are able to go to school in the community. But many have

never had a caring adult participate in their education. So our leadership team created a supervisor position to watch out for these kids and work with the schools. Knowing they have someone supporting their education and constantly checking with the teachers has had a real impact on the kids’ performance. Where SEC previously offered a small carpentry program,

Chris Gusman, Principal Southeast Campus

Principal Gusman has instituted a Career Development Program, which now also includes culinary/catering, horticulture, and even equine science at Mare Willow Farm. The additional vocational

40%

of students at SEC are eligible for the Abigail Adams Scholarship for their achievement on the MCAS.

programs give students a way to succeed outside of the traditional classroom and prepare for adulthood.

SEC’s Career Development Program includes: • Carpentry

• Horticulture

• Culinary Arts

• Equine Science

The kids have been positively

responding to the new expectations and routines. Community meetings are held every Friday where youth can recognize each other’s performance, including Student and Resident of the week. It has only been about a year, since Lopes and Gusman arrived, but they have created a special culture for the kids and staff at SEC. You can feel the comfort and security the staff provides as soon as you step on campus. And local school and DCF offices have confirmed it by increasing referrals.

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The Problem: Childhood Trauma in Boston

Almost half of all children ages 0–17 in the Boston area go through adverse childhood experiences.

8.1%

household mental illness

4.8%

parental incarceration

15.6%

5.6%

household substance abuse

had witnessed violence in their neighborhood

There is a critical need for our children that has gone unnoticed for decades. Young children are resilient but 90% of brain development occurs during these formative years and trauma and toxic stress can disrupt brain development leading to long-term effects that can damage them physically, emotionally and intellectually for life. These factors include community violence, domestic violence or instability in the home, chronic poverty, homelessness, and many other factors. The recent Adverse Childhood Experiences Study (ACES) even found strong correlations between adverse childhood experiences and heart disease, diabetes and cancer.

26.3%

of Boston parents/caregivers felt their child was unsafe in their neighborhood COMPARED TO

all Massachusetts 12.6% ofparents/caregivers

BREAKDOWN BY NEIGHBORHOOD

18.1% 27.8%

27.4%

19.8%

2.1%

All statistics from “Health of Boston’s Children: Parent and Caregiver Perspectives” Boston Public Health Commission, Research and http://www.bphc.org/healthdata/Documents/HBC_Final_103113_ForWeb.pdf

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10.7%

37.0%

13.6% 32.9%

13.3%

22.5% *

13.6%

37.5%

35.6%

* Includes Beacon Hill, Downtown, the North End, and the West End † Includes Chinatown Data for Mission Hill and Kenmore/Fenway not


The Solution: Preschool Outreach Program As a leader in Boston’s children’s mental health community, The Home saw a need for clinical intervention in the lives of our youngest population. We developed our Preschool Outreach Program (POP) in response to the widely prevalent trauma and toxic stress small children are experiencing. POP addresses these issues through early childhood mental health consultations and treatment and through the training and coaching of caregivers of young children.

M any consultations will lead to treatment at POP,

where 20 clinicians practice

individual play therapy, family therapy, child-parent psychotherapy, and Sensory-Motor Arousal Regulation Treatment (SMART) which helps regulate movement, sensory, and executive functions. Addressing a young child’s mental health needs can prevent serious mental health issues from developing later in life while helping parents become better caregivers.

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bviously POP cannot treat all the young children in Boston who need it. But that doesn’t stop us from trying. Program Director Paul Creelan has multiplied our effectiveness by training and coaching educators, caregivers and parents to address the issues in their communities. Creelan and his staff host Center for the Social and Emotional Foundation of Early Learning (CSEFEL) model presentations and Classroom Assessment Scoring Systems (CLASS) trainings to support

“It’s easier to build strong children than to repair broken men.” — Frederick Douglass

educators and caregivers understanding of children’s learning and development. In FY15, 207 early learning centers consulted POP for help with challenging children or training needs. As of this summer,

Located in Roslindale, POP conducts child and family consultations and treatments that focus on each individual child and their family. Children ages 1 – 7 and families who are referred to POP may have experienced challenging/disruptive behaviors, trauma (homelessness, domestic violence, parental substance abuse), foster care/adoption issues, community violence, among many other toxic stressors. A consultation includes parent and educator interviews, classroom observations, a support plan, and short term case management.

405 educators were coached during consultations, 350 Head Start teachers and administrators were trained, 135 educators received CLASS Course cycles, and 80 homeless shelter staff received CSEFEL trainings.

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hrough POP, The Home is working to create awareness around early childhood mental health. The coaching and observations POP is doing, along with its training workshops, are producing tangible results, helping our youngest and most vulnerable to face school and life without physical, mental and emotional deficits.

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Think Differently. Give Differently.

Child and Family Counseling Center provided consultations to families in the school-based and clinic-based settings.

7,172

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“Go Pats� by Jacobi, CFCC


FY15 Financial Statement The Home for Little Wanderers’ Schedule of Operations Years Ended June 30, 2015 and 2014 (Reported in 000’s) Revenues 2015 Program Revenue $35,824 Fundraising (portion for operations) 5,575 Endowment Draw 3,588 Total Revenues 44,987 Expenses Programs 38,947 Administrative and General 6,777 Fundraising 2,291 Total Expenses 48,015 Operating Surplus1 (3,028) Non-Operating Items Bequests 147 Investment activity 1,520 Other² (562) Total Non-Operating Items 1,105 Change in Unrestricted Net Assets (1,923) Change in Temporarily Restricted Net Assets3 (678) 4 Change in Permanently Restricted Net Assets (598) Change in Net Assets $ (3,199)

2014 $35,415 5,831 3,492 44,738

2015

OPERATING REVENUE

79.6%

Program Revenue 37,274 6,749 2,154 46,177 (1,439)

867 4,358 7,325 12,550

8.0%

Endowment Draw

2015

12.4%

Fundraising

OPERATING EXPENSES

81.1%

Programs

11,111 1,872 1,361 $ 14,344

4.8%

Fundraising

14.1%

Administrative General

1 For internal management and budgeting purposes, The Home uses the Operating Surplus/(Deficit) line. 2 Included in the balance of other non-operating items in FY2015 is $(443,930) of investment management fees, net of other non-operating expenses. Included in the balance of other non-operating items in FY2014 is $140,665 of activity released for plant and equipment acquisitions, $(377,042) of investment management fees, net of other non-operating expenses and $7,755,691 gain on the sale of property of the Home. 3 Included in the change in Temporarily Restricted Net Assets in FY2015 is $1,131,075 of additional Investment activity, $806,669 of additional Fundraising activity, $(512,998) of activity related to Net Asset released from restriction for program operations, and $(2,102,740) of activity related to Net Asset released for appropriation of Endowment appreciation Included in the change in Temporarily Restricted Net Assets in FY2014 is $4,136,219 of additional Investment activity, $451,693 of additional Fundraising activity, $(592,423) of activity related to Net Asset released from restriction for program operations, $(1,982,543) of activity related to Net Asset released for appropriation of Endowment appreciation, and $(140,665) of activity related to Net Asset released for plant and equipment acquisition. 4 The change in Permanently Restricted Net Assets in FY2015 of $(597,735) consists of additional Investment Activity. In FY2014, the change in Permanently Restricted Net assets consists of $1,360,882 of additional Investment Activity. The information reported above has been obtained and summarized from the June 30, 2015 and 2014 audited financial statements of The Home for Little Wanderers. For complete audited financial statements, please contact the Development Department at 617-927-0663.

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THANK YOU

We gratefully recognize all our donors who gave in Fiscal Year 2015. Thank you for your generosity to the children and families in our care.

LEADERSHIP CIRCLE OF HOPE 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, 2014 and June 30, 2015.

VISIONARY CABINET ($500,000 and above) Yawkey Foundation

VISIONARY COUNCIL

($200,000 to $499,000) Trust of Elisha V. Ashton Natixis Global Asset Management Trust of Edna Betts Talbot United Way of Massachusetts Bay & Merrimack Valley

VISIONARY CIRCLE

($100,000 and $199,000) Anonymous (1) Cummings Foundation Natixis Global Asset Management Employees Trust of Patricia L. O’Donnell Daniel J. Riccio and Diane M. Riccio

CHAIRMAN’S CABINET

($50,000 to $99,999) Anonymous (2) The Bank of New York Mellon Foundation James and Deborah Burrows Doe Family Foundation Pasquale Franchi Libra Foundation, Inc. SEI Thomas and Carlotta Soviero Anne and Laurence Sperry The Thrift Shop of Boston, Inc. The TJX Companies, Inc. The TJX Foundation, Inc. Walmart

CHAIRMAN’S COUNCIL

($25,000 to $49,999) Anonymous (1) Estate of Alison K. and Allen I. Barry Josh and Anita Bekenstein Estate of Daniel E. Braman Trust of Robert B. Brigham Drs. Beverly A. and Robert A. Brown Tushara Canekeratne Citizens Bank Citizens Bank Foundation Clifford Charitable Foundation, Inc. Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage Cares Christopher and Jean Egan John T. Hailer George Harrington Trust Liberty Mutual Insurance Company George Macomber Family Charitable Fund Mary Ann Milano-Picardi Estate of Robert A. Paolucci G. Gorham Peters Trust Robert and Elizabeth Pozen Procter and Gamble/Gillette Rasky Baerlein Strategic Communications, Inc.

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Rosenberg Family Charitable Foundation Saquish Foundation Bertha Slade Fund Laurie and Eric Slifka Louise C. Slotnick and Family Paul and Susan Sugarman The U.S. Charitable Gift Trust, Directors Philantropy Trust Walgreens Walmart Stores, Inc. Jack Williams Endowment for Wednesday’s Child, Inc.

CHAIRMAN’S CIRCLE

($10,000 to $24,999) Anonymous (6) Estate of Joseph L. Amodeo April and Bryan Anderson Estate of Doris M. Anthony Arbella Mutual Insurance Bank of New York Mellon Corporation Dale and Beverly Bearden Richard K. Bendetson Paul and Rebecca Bidwell-Hanson Stephen Blyth and Anita Gajdecki The Boston Bruins Foundation Boston Celtics Boston magazine BostonGives, Inc. The Bromley Charitable Trust Stephanie L. Brown Foundation C&W Services Cedar Street Foundation Herb Chambers Charles River Associates The Chubb Corporation Howard C. Connor Charitable Foundation Estate of Gladys A. Cushman Sean Dandley Dean Foundation for Little Children Susan A. DeRoche Susan and Digger Donahue Durant Family Foundation Eaton Vance Investment Managers Element Productions Elizabeth Childs Murphy Trust EMC Corporation The Equality Fund at the Boston Foundation Eversource Energy Americo J. Francisco Estate of Mary T. Franz Leslie and Michael Gaffin David and Wendy Giunta Global Partners LP Deborah and Charles Gray The Hamilton Company Charitable Foundation Harbor Capital Advisors, Inc. Herb Chambers Charitable Foundation, Inc. Mabel A. Horne Fund Patricia Jabar and Wayne Smith

Stacey H. Jacobson Caren and Guy Leedom Marigold Charitable Trust Marinella Family Foundation Markley Group The Mashikian Family Lisa K. Matthews and Andrew Byrne Maureen and James Mellowes Roger and Maggie Merrill MFS Investment Management Lauren and Timothy Miner National Development Harry D. Neary Fund The Nyce Family Foundation Paula J. O’Keeffe Old Mutual Charitable Foundation The Pabis Foundation Kathleen Peto Philadelphia Insurance Co. James Pinney Pioneer Investments Putnam Investments Rite Aid Foundation Eileen and Bud Roche Family Fund RSM US LLP John J. Sacco and Edith L. Sacco Charitable Foundation Deborah Stein Sharpe and James M. Sharpe Gilda Slifka Mr. and Mrs. Richard B. Slifka Mr. and Mrs. Matthew J. Sliwa, III Jennifer Sparks, M.D. The Seth Sprague Educational and Charitable Foundation Stag Industrial, Inc. State Street Corporation Stewart Title J. Owen Todd Charitable Foundation Tufts Health Plan Vinson & Elkins LLP Virtusa Corporation John and Ann Webster Weiner Ventures Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Wells, III Henry T. Wiggin Charitable Trust Barbara and Ed Wilson

PRESIDENT’S CABINET

($5,000 to $9,999) Anonymous (4) A.W. Perry, Inc. Admirals Bank AEW Capital Management Employees Atlantic Retail Properties Bank of America Merrill Lynch The Bennett Family Foundation Craig and Terrie Borden The Boston Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Bucchere The Bucknall Family Foundation Benjamin S. Butcher Bushrod H. Campbell and Adah F. Hall Clemmie and James Cash Bernard K. Chiu Clough Capital Partners Matthew and Diana Coldren Colliers International Combined Federal Campaign Christian and Jessica Connors Josephine and Louise Crane Foundation Gerald and Jeanne Curtis

Delta Dental of Massachusetts Delta Research and Educational Foundation Devaney Energy The Max and Victoria Dreyfus Foundation, Inc. Duane Morris, LLP E. J. McCarthy Foundation Eastern Bank Charitable Foundation Trust of George Emerson Ted and Maureen English Euro-Pro Edward and Helene Faneuil Robert and Iris Fanger Amy Fardella First American Title Insurance Company Atsuko and Larry Fish Bank of America Charitable Gift Arthur J. Fisher Fund Forest Foundation Lionel P. and Judith A. Fortin Nancy and Neal Foster Mr. and Mrs. J. Walter Freiberg, III, Ph.D., J.D. FULLBEAUTY Brands Goodwin Procter LLP Greenberg Traurig LLP Haemonetics Corporation Harvard University Employees John and Christina Hennessey Robert and Pamela Herbst Barbara and Amos Hostetter International House of Blues Foundation HUB International New England, LLC Hunt Street Fund Jackson Lewis P.C. John Moriarty & Associates Christopher Johnson and Kenneth Repp Esther B. Kahn Charitable Foundation Lori and Stewart Karger Kiwanis Club of Quincy Christian and Alexandra Klee Carmella A. Kletjian Kramer Portraits John and Caroline Langan Tim Lawin Leggat McCall Properties, Inc. Lexington Wealth Management Loomis, Sayles & Company, L.P. Dorothy Lord Raymond and Susan Lynds MacFarlane Energy Christine and John Maraganore Marsh & McLennan Companies Massachusetts Convention Center Authority Michelle McDonough and Cynthia Mulica Mrs. Erin S. Meyer Christopher and Catherine Milton John C. Morrison & Eunice B. Morrison Charitable Foundation Richard and Jill Murphy Eleanor M. Murray Revocable Trust Elisabeth and Thomas Niedermeyer The Nokomis Fund Northstar Project & Real Estate Services Carol and John O’Neil Thomas Anthony Pappas Charitable Foundation


The Penobscot Fund Joseph Perini Memorial Foundation Jamie Pierce and Rick Cresswell R.H. Keleher Co., Inc. Red Sox Foundation The Reebok Foundation Joseph and Terry Chen Rothchild Happy and Will Rowe The Ruggles Family Foundation Salvucci Masonry Co., Inc. Nicola and Whitney Savignano SBLI Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt Seaport Companies Sharon Merrill Associates Estate of Ethel E. Shaw Sherin and Lodgen, LLP Shoebuy.com Carolyn and Andrew Spangler Stellen Medical, LLC Suffolk Construction Company Sugarman and Sugarman, P.C. The Svenson Family The Margaret and Jack Tarver Foundation Teamsters Local 25 Estate of Marion J. Todd Estate of Margaret Tomkins Deborah Trachtenberg Valley of the Sun United Way United Way of Tri-State, Inc. Anne H. and Raimund G. Vanderweil, Jr. Vela Foundation Vikare Foundation Liam John Walsh Vila B. Webber Charitable Trust Webster Bank Elizabeth and Robert Weiler Wells Fargo Bank Wells Fargo Capital Finance Westfield Capital Management Company, L.P. WilmerHale Penny Windle and John Kline Clara B. Winthrop Charitable Trust Winxnet, Inc. Sharon and Wesley Wratchford

PRESIDENT’S COUNCIL

($2,500 to $4,999) Anonymous (6) Michael Acton and Miriam Smith Aisha Al Riyami Alma’s Kids Alnylam Jonathan P. Ash Paul and Hillary Ashton James Barbato Bernie & Phyl’s Furniture Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bernon Stephen and Maria Blewitt Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts Ellen Brezniak Nancy Budge Bunker Hill Community College Doug and Connie Burton John G. and Peggy Carberry Mr. and Mrs. Peter Catanese The Christopher Catanese Children’s Foundation Cohn Reznick Cushman & Wakefield of Massachusetts, Inc.

CyberArk Software Brian and Barbara Davis Michael K. Davis Deloitte LLP Delta Sigma Theta Sorority — Boston Alumnae Chapter Molly Diggins and Mark Duggan DLA Piper US LLP Melissa and David Druley Shelley P. Duncan Michael Dunn Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellot Elaine Construction EMD Serono, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Scott R. Emerman Energi Insurance Services, Inc. Mark and Jill Engerman Fitchburg State University Mrs. Henry L. Foster The Fuller Foundation G.F. Sprague & Company, Inc. Keith Glover and Lenore Hill Brett and Abby Gordon Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Gordon Michael and Karen Gorton Grantham, Mayo, Van Otterloo Grimshaw-Gudewicz Charitable Foundation Ian and Dianne Gutterman Rayna and Kevin Hannaway John and Carol Harrington Caitlyn Harvey HelmsBriscoe High Pointe Foundation Trust of Adelaide B. Howland Christopher T. Hunter IBM Employee Services Center Income Research & Management, Inc. Amy and Rob Job W. F. Johnston Family Fund Nancy and William Johnston Christine E. Kenny Robert Korff Frederick and Susan Kramer Legacy Place Mark H. Lippolt Teri and Ian Macduff Chris MacKenzie Bridget R. Maillet Jocelyn Maniglia Paul and Diane Margolis Charitable Fund Ingrid S. Martin Laura McDaniels Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R. McDonald Barbara Putnam Metcalf & Robert Treat Paine Metcalf Fund MIB Group, Inc. MIT Federal Credit Union Barbara Moore and Jack VanWoerkom Nahikian Family Foundation Kimberly Napier, LLC The New England Patriots Charitable Foundation David S. Newbower NFS Leasing, Inc. Judy O’Brien Officeworks, Inc. Drs. Anna J. Mitus and Jay D. Orlander Trust of Louise Pease Beth Pfeiffer Pillsbury Charitable Trust Mr. and Mrs. Dan Pimental

Jeffrey Plunkett Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Porter Michael P. Quercio Richard and Joanne Ramsey Bridie Rielly Charitable Trust Rockland Trust Charitable Foundation Sarah W. Rollins Charitable Trust Richard D. Rudman Samuels & Associates Girard R. Sargent Mr. and Mrs. David Schelzi Security7 Networks, LLC Joanne Sewell Henry and Joyce Shepherd Ross and Kathleen Sherbrooke Warren C. Shoop Trust of Laura Sibbel Fiske Adam and Gail Slifka Estate of Grace R. Smith James M. Smith Gerald F. Sprague Stantec Starensier State Street Matching Gift Program Structure Consulting Group Courtney Sullivan John and Cathleen Sullivan TD Bank Boston Office Dr. and Mrs. Stephen H. Thong Travelers UNIQLO USA Kathleen and Joshua VanDernoot W.T. Phelan & Co. Insurance Agency, Inc. Waters Family Fund Beth K. Werths Valerie A. Yarashus Young Sommer, LLC Za-Beth’s Magic Carpet

PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE

($1,000 to $2,499) Anonymous (15) 360 Public Relations, LLC Dr. Ralph Aarons and Dr. Elizabeth Aarons The Lassor & Fanny Agoos Charity Fund Marcia T. Allen and Kevin J. Doherty Allison Family Fund Jeff Alpaugh David and Holly Ambler Ameriprise Financial, Inc. Ames & Gough, Inc. Amgen Foundation Matching Gift Program

Christopher S. Anderson and Amy Kiley David and Melinda Anderson Gaille Anderson The Andover—Green’s Fund Dennis J. Arinella Jeff Aroy Dr. Mary Ash David L. Ashcroft Atlantic Associates, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Auffermann Dennis and Susan Ausiello Gregory C. Badger Sibylle Baier Bank of America Matching Gifts Bank of America United Way Campaign Cole and Avery Barbeau Jeffrey and Ruth Barker Cornelia Barnard Michelle L. Barnes Dr. Rosalind Barnett and Dr. Nat Durlach Mr. and Mrs. James Barry James and Eloise Barter The Bay State Federal Savings Charitable Foundation Robert and Ruth Benker Andrew Bennett Jacalyn S. Bennett Mr. and Mrs. Paul Berlinguet Bethesda Lodge #30 I. O. O. F. Michael Biagioni Richard Bijjani Birchwood Charitable Trust Lawrence R. Bisbee, Jr. Peter J. Black and Christine C. Cooney BlackRock Foundation Yelena Bloomenthal Edward and Barbara Boches Jason Boggs Charles S. Boit Susan and Paisley Boney Boston Financial Data Services, Inc. Boston Herald Bob and Karen Boudreau Doris E. Bouwensch Katie Boyd and Matthew Babine William H. Brack and Jessica Anne Ladd Dan Bradley Nelson Brill Jean Brodnax Joshua and Fiona Brooks Kathryn Brown BSC Supply, LLC Buildium, LLC Dotty Burstein

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Susan O. Bush Cynthia L. Cajka Cakewalk Bakery Calypso St. Barth David and Patricia Cameron Mr. and Mrs. James D. Campbell Patrick D. Campbell Ian T. Carnathan John Carnevale Michael and Margaret Carrington Francis R. Carroll Mary Ann Carter Mrs. Alice M. Cataldo Brent Charriere Claudine M. Ciccia City of Boston Employees’ Charitable Campaign Cheryl R. Clark Tim and Christina Cohen Matthew Cohn Victor and Janet Coletti Charles and Camilla Collova Commonwealth Building, Inc. Rosemary A. Connors-Botto Lisa Conrad Charles M. Cook Doris Drescher Cook Alicia M. Cooney and Stephen Quigley F. Richard Couture Covidien CoxLevin, LLC Lynda M. Coye David and Janet Coyle Charitable Gift Fund Mr. and Mrs. Michael F. Coyne Ross N. Hoffman & Dorothy D. Crawford Charitable Giving Fund Kevin and Patricia Cronin Mr. and Mrs. John J. Cullinane Cummings Properties Christopher G. Cunniff Cynthia Rowley Erik and Marcela Danesh Bruce Daniel and Susan Dacey Daughters of St. John the Baptist Albanian Orthodox Church Christopher David and Shannon Wood William and Kathleen Davidson Estate of Charles Davis Laura Davis and Tyler Jacks John and Margaret Dawson Mr. and Mrs. Domenic DeAngelo Dedham Institution for Savings Foundation Jean DeLuca Dave Demerjian and Ethan Brackett Keith Denham Thomas and Laurie DesRosier Matthew DeSutter and Donna Paglia Robert J. Devaney, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Devoe Peter Diana DiGiovanni Family Digital Results Group Ted and Coleen Dinneen Lynn Dionne Kathleen and Thomas Doherty Mr. and Mrs. William H. Donovan Mrs. Jean T. Doolin Mark Doyle Brent T. Dragisich Joseph P. Duffey Cathi and Mark Duffy Frank Dunau and Amy Davis

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“Surprised Kitty” by Nikki, Harrington House Gregory Dunn Dineen M. Dusablon E.F. Merkert 1996 Charitable Foundation Margaret and Thomas Egan James and Kathleen Elcock Laurie Ewald Frank and Eileen Faggiano Kami E. Falcione Fama PR Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Fanning Charles and Anne Farrington Edward and Kate Farrington Federal Reserve Bank of Boston Feinberg Hanson LLP Mariluz Feliz Heidi and Tony Ferreira David and Vinita Ferrera Festive Adventures, Inc. Jonathan and Amy Fine William M. Fitzgerald Tracey and Joe Flaherty Joseph Flanagan Follen Church Society Preston and Candice Ford Mr. and Mrs. Timothy E. Forde Eric J. Foster Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence S. Foster Mr. and Mrs. Mike Frisoli Mr. and Mrs. Peter Frodigh Patricia L. Furness Susan B. Furtado G2 Technology Group, Inc. Robert and Catherine Gallagher Nicholas and Meghan Gambino Matthew S. Garzone Anthony Gemma Gen Re General Electric Foundation The George and Marie Chabot Charitable Foundation Gina Gesamondo Gesmer Updegrove LLP Steven Giallongo Tyler Gill Paula J. Gilligan Robert Glovsky Susan Gordona Kenneth and Ann Gorson Greater Boston Real Estate Board Foundation Nancy and Gary Greenberg Patricia A. Griffin Mr. and Mrs. Daniel M. Grondin Guido Guidotti Donald W. Hadwin Eileen F. Haggerty Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hallsworth James and Joanne Halpin

Anne K. Halvorsen Estate of Eugene B. Hamilton Handel & Haydn Society Richard Merrill Haney, Ph.D. and Merle Marie McConnell, M.L.S. Alfred Hanmer John M. Hannigan Harvard Business School MBA Administrative Leadership Harvard Pilgrim Health Care David B. Harvie Antoine Hatoun and Andrea Levitt Teresa Heinz Kerry Mr. and Mrs. John E. Henry Wendy Henry Hewlett Family Charitable Gift Fund Hicks Family Charitable Foundation Hilton Charitable Gift Fund Hingham Shipyard Marinas, LLC Rachel Hirsch Mr. and Mrs. Donald L. Hodgman Creighton Hoffman Hollingsworth & Vose Company Justin and Laura Houk Walter and Suzanne Huskins Robert M. Hussey Marianne and Nicholas Iacuzio iCapital, LLC Interior Resources, Inc. Duane and Deborah Jackson Janis Research Company Jason Hayes Foundation John Hancock Matching Gifts Program David Johst and Denise Bordonaro Timothy R. Jones Jay and Susan Jostyn Leila R. Kamal Russell L. Kane Kaplan Financial Services, Inc. Susan Kaplan Mr. and Mrs. Steven Kaseta Olga Kasparova Michael and Christy Kelly Rachel D. Kelly Stewart W. Kemp Donna and Ronald Kendall The Kenwood Foundation Ketel One Vodka Susan Kincaid and Ralph Luongo Daniel K. Kingsbury and Caitriona N. Dhuchon Mr. and Mrs. James Kirby Bonnie E. Kirchner CFP, MST James T. Knowles George and Carolyn Koehler Mrs. Luella S. Kramer KSP Financial Consultants Brian and Jessica Lambert Kristin Landgraf

Mr. and Mrs. Steven LaPierre Andrew Larson and Steven Gray Christina Larson and John Kelly Henry and Mary Lee Legacy Freight Management Laura L. Lester Dorothy L’Homme and Melissa M. L’Homme James G. Liebau Trust of Alfred V. Lincoln George and Ilse Lohrer Mrs. Joanna C. Lussier Daniel G. Lynch Melissa and George Lynch Scott and Cathy MacFarlane Mr. and Mrs. Loran B. Macumber Gregory P. Mailloux Carol Malone Mandarin Oriental, Boston Carla Manganaro Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. Martin Massachusetts Association of Realtors Charitable Foundation Massachusetts Charitable Mechanics Association James Mattie Jennifer McCann Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. McCarthy Julien and Anthony McCluney Alison McKenzie Joan McLaughlin Thomas J. McNichol Margaret Melanson Mr. and Mrs. David J. Melville Nora Millwood Mr. and Mrs. Michael E. Monteiro John P. Moran Jennette Morgan Mrs. Clara J. Motter Timothy and Sara Mulcahy Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Mullin Lauren Murphy Charles B. Nanick National Association of College Stores Nelson Mead Fund New England Sports Network Susane K. Newell The Family of Francis P. O’Connor Mr. and Mrs. James F. O’Leary Mrs. Lynne Osborn Linda and Edward Owens Oxford Fund, Inc. David and Virginia Packer DeSutter Paglia Family Fund William J. Pananos The Pappas Family Charitable Fund Peter D. Parker and Susan Clare Gary Parkinson Mr. and Mrs. Michael Pascucci George M. Patrician


Meghan Peachey Charles H. Pearson Foundation Fund Mr. and Mrs. Stephen J. Pemberton Performance Pediatrics Petit Feet Academy John Manning and Jodi Petrucelli Lawrence N. Petzing Thomas Fallon Photography Mrs. Wallace-Ann Pierce Kasper Pilibosian Beatriz Pina-Smith Claudia Piper The Piwinski Family Laura and Robert Plumb Tiziana E. Polizio Georgine Pollard Kristine Porcaro Michael E. Porter Mrs. Kathryn M. Portle Susan Poyant Putnam Associates Margot C. Pyle Mr. and Mrs. Arthur P. Rabinowitz Shelly Rainen Kara Lee Rainey Morris M. Rand Memorial Foundation, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence B. Rasky Kelley and Hamilton Ray Mrs. Katherine C. Raymond Red Hawk Fire & Security David and Jessica Reilly Roger and Hannelore Reiser Resources for Human Development Dianna Reza Kennedy P. Richardson Michael E. Richardson Robert Reiser & Co., Inc. Janna and Matthew Rigatti Joyce L. Robsham Barbara and Pat Roche Heather Roney and Michael Yalon Sharman and Larry Rosen Lisa K. Rowan-Gillis and Gary M. Gillis Karen and Richard Ruben Rubicon R. E. David and Sandra Rullo Ryans Angel Foundation Theresa M. Sabean Barbara J. Saint Andre Gregory and Karen Salvucci Suzanne Salvucci Terry and Larry Salvucci Gerald and Lucille Sands Annmarie Sasdi Mr. and Mrs. Hans P. Schaefer Gail and David Schechter Gared Schneberger Frederick and Kathleen Schultz Mr. and Mrs. Bennett W. Schwartz Frank A. Segall Rebecca Seidenberg Service Master by Disaster Associates, Inc. Michael and Jennifer Sexton Jill and Tarek Sharif Timothy D. Shay Walter A. Shephard Harry Sherr and Cynthia Strauss Showcase Cinema de Lux Legacy Place Mr. and Mrs. Martin B. Shulkin Mr. and Mrs. Eden J. Siff Claire M. Skinner Paul and Lisa Slack Slade Gorton & Company, Inc. Jane and Gordon Slaney Harold T. N. Smith Memorial Foundation Michael E. Solomon

Lilyane and Peter Soltz James and Joan Stanley Star of Bethlehem Lodge AF & AM Walter Grove Fund Deborah and Ben Starr Ernest A. Steeves April and Geoff Stein Deborah Stevens Steward Health Care System William Stone and Casey Carlson Stowe Mountain Lodge Joe Sullivan Scott E. Sullivan Geraldine and Gabriel Sunshine Richard H. Sutphin Family Foundation Genevieve and Stephen Sweeney Suzanne Swift Kevin and Joan Symmons Taylor & Luongo Charitable Gift Fund Mr. and Mrs. John J. Tegan, Jr. Thomas and Diane Teuten Carol A. Thomas John Timmerman Jennifer and Ethan Titus Todd & Weld, LLP Diana G. Tottenham Travelers Community Connections Patricia E. Trebino Trillium Asset Management Corporation Michael Tucci Ultimate Software Unitarian Church of Sharon United Way of Greater Portland United Way of Greater Waterbury United Way of Rhode Island United Way Suncoast Jerome Urvoy and Marc-Andre Wurbel Vanguard Charitable Endowment Program Luis and Jennifer Vidal Tansea L. Vines Joan Wallace-Benjamin, Ph.D. and Milton J. Benjamin, Jr. Peter and Jessica Walter Mark D. Wambolt Rich Ward Alvin and Judy Warren Robert B. Washburn, Jr. Wayfair, LLC Wayne Foundation Rick and Patti Wayne Scott Wayne Sharon Weber Chip Weintraub Dr. Ronald Weintraub and Margo Howard Wells Family Foundation The Whistler Fund Tamiko M. Whitcomb Mrs. Constance V.R. White Whitridge Associates, Inc. Robert H. Willoughby Monika Wirtz Maureen Wolff Janice T. Yakel Paula Zavrl Jonathan M. Zorn Edward Zuker and Judi Rotenberg

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, 2014 and June 30, 2015.

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($500 to $999) Anonymous (18) Brian J. Abbanat Bill and Alli Achtmeyer AcuIty Business Integration, Inc. AHA Consulting Engineers, Inc. Aigner and Prensky Marketing Group Alavi & Braza, P.C. David S. Allen Kara L. Amara American Biltrite, Inc. Esther D. Ames Joseph and Glenda Amirault Victoria Amodio Thomas R. Amos Mr. and Mrs. Nick Anastasi Steven Andberg Paul C. Anderson James and Jane Archambeault Association of Legal Human Resources Managers Atwood & Cherny Mr. and Mrs. James F. Babish Steven and Angela Bader Sharon Bak Mrs. Deborah M. Baker John Baldasaro Laura Baldini Ballentine Partners, LLC Elena A. Balzac Anthony Barbagallo and Kristen Fowks Mr. and Mrs. Albert F. Barbaro Barbara Barrett Joseph Barrett Joseph P. Barri Paul J. Bartlett Denise M. Bartone Sharon Batchelder Robert Bayers Robert F. Bean Suzanne Beauregard Carolyn Beckman-Stitson Donna Belmonte Alex Bennett Maria F. Benotti Mr. and Mrs. Eric Bernazzani Mark Bissell BlackRock, Inc. Geoffrey H. Blome Joshua D. Bogen Philip and Carol Bois Gaye Bok William and Lily Bond Boston Capital Foundation Boston Family Office Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Boulanger Richard and Deborah Boutilier Jeanne M. Boylan Shawn and Kathleen Bragdon Nanette C. Braucher Lyn Braz Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Brazier Fiona Breslin Hans E. Brings

James M. Broderick and Karen A. Johnson Matt and Portia Brown Myles A. Brown and Judy Garber Meredith Bryan and Family Robert Bubencik John F. Burke Burns & Levinson William C. Butcher Mary E. Buttarazzi Thomas J. Butters Mr. and Mrs. Charles Button Danielle Button Mrs. Michele Byam David and Moira Byer C.M. Cleaning Co., Inc. Cail Family Foundation Phyllis Camara Elizabeth and Ronald Campbell Paula Caputo Matthew Carpenter Joseph Carper and Susan McKittrick Keith D. Carter and Mrs. Una Marlborough Mr. and Mrs. Jay Cashman Caswell Mechanical Caswell Restaurant Group, Inc. Carolyn and Leo Chaharyn Charity Challenge Peter J. Cheever Brian F. Chiango Andrew J. Choly Mirza and Nora Cifric City of Boston Mr. and Mrs. John J. Cleary Cody, Cody, Cusano & McCarthy, LLC Jerome D. Cohen Addison D. Cole James G. Coletti Michael and Linda Collins Paul Collins Janice L. Colombi Deborah A. Colony Commonwealth of Massachusetts Employees Edward R. Comstock Concord Runners Dr. Patricia A. Connolly Maureen A. Conroy Mark Conway and Mary Scatamacchia Jonathan Cooper Patricia Cornelison Arthur H. Cort Family Foundation Michael and Kathleen Costello Vivian Cournoyer Robert Cowen Kelly and Michael Cox Daniel R. Coyne Gary and Jeanne Cronin Edwin C. Crosby Crossfit Boost William F. Cummings Marion O. Cunningham Cyrus E. Dallin Elementary School Dancesport Academy of

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New England Mr. and Mrs. Arthur G. D’Angelo Daniel Doke Photography Danversport Yacht Club, Inc. Stephen Darr and Linda Fermery Rick DeCristofaro Megan DeGrass David and Deborah Deitz Joelle M. Denham Alfred W. Descenza Thomas and Mary DeSimone Brenda Deutsch Mr. and Mrs. Leonard John DiCarlo Maryrose DiDomenico DMW Direct Fundraising Mrs. Lisa Doherty Dolan Funeral Home, Inc. Remi A. Donohue Mr. and Mrs. James M. Donovan Michael Douvadjian and Lynne Brainerd Paul and Barbara Dowling Duane and Tatiana Downey Kyle Draeger Robert L. Duffy dunnhumby Tom and Noelle Durling Earl’s Kitchen & Bar Scott W. Edwards Nathaniel Elston Jesse Elton Chris Engebretson John L. Ennis Ennis, Inc. Entercom Communications Enterprise Fleet Services European Auto Solutions European Watch Company Dr. Thomas G. Evans and Susan E. Moser Nelson and Ellie Everts FactSet Research Systems, Inc. Carol Fazio Mrs. Lori G. Favreau Sharon and Morton Fearey Karen M. Ferrera Mr. and Mrs. Barry Fidelman Andrew J. Finizio First Universalist Society in Franklin Patricia Fisher Judith A. Fitzgerald Daniel J. Fitzpatrick Michael J. Fitzpatrick Eric Foley Forest Foundation Ramsey E. Fountain Loretta C. Franklin Fraternal Order of Eagles #894 Diane E. Freeman Mr. and Mrs. John A. Freeman Ellen Frechette Barry and Evan Freid Mr. and Mrs. George R. Fryer, Jr. Mary L. Fulton Kathleen M. Gallagher Sridhar Gandhari Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ganjei The Gap, Inc. Rhys Gardiner Gary Darman Company Michael W. Geis Gemline Maureen Gemma Ron Geraneo Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Gilbert

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Ralph J. Gillis Jill and Michael Glazer Daniel L. Goldberg Mrs. Charlotte Heaton Gowen Philip and Barbara Graceffa Debbie Graeber Grandin Family Foundation Dr. William and Mrs. Linda Green Melanie and Richard Green Douglas Griffin Luke Griffin Marina and Andrew Gross Virginia Guarino Mrs. Margaret Gulla Kimberly Gurlitz Jean Hale William Hall Keith and Ann Hammitte John P. Hanavan Melissa and Alex Hankowski Leonard F. Hanna Robert and Margaret Hannemann Eunice M. Harps Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Employees Mrs. Heidi J. Hasselbaum-Feerr Gerald and Anne Healy Denis and Elizabeth Helm Henry F. Owens, Inc. Elizabeth J. Herlihy Joshua Herzig-Marx Highfields Capital Management LP David Hinds Mark Hollick Steven and Heather Horan Michael Horowitz Michael and Susan Houle Julie A. Hubbard David Hughes John Hughes Mrs. Kirsten B. Hughes Dr. Michelle L. Hughes Michael A. Hunt Erik Hunter Sofia Hussain Jeannette Iles Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Information Technology Division International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Local 2222 Iron Workers Union Local 7 Irwin Chafetz Family Charitable Trust Donald Ives Gita Iyer Lois and David Jacobson James E. Kilduff, Inc. David Jennings and Jennifer Krebs Nancy and Peter Jeton John Hancock Financial Services Mr. and Mrs. Bruce K. Johnson Frank D. Johnson Debra Johnston Mrs. Jennifer L. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. C. Bruce Johnstone Diane R. Johnstone-DeRosa Cynthia Jones J. Joshi Maureen A. Joyce Joymark, Inc. Julia Kan Eric E. Karnowski Katsiroubas Brothers Wholesale Fruit & Produce Jan and Alane Katzew

Mr. and Mrs. Noah Kaufman Christopher A. Kazantis Mr. and Mrs. George Keches Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Keefe Donna and Walter Kelleher Mr. and Mrs. John E. Kellner Phil and Anne Kelly William Kennedy Kenneth Berman Photography Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Kenney Jeffrey E. Keselman Hristiyaniya Kessler Robert and Mona Ketcham David M. Kettner Amina Khan Lisa Killaby Kathleen J. Kinnevy Scott and Jennifer Kirwin William Klepper Byron Koh and Fran Wall Andee Krasner Krokidas & Bluestein LLP Nobuko O. Kuhn Joseph Kvedar Michael Lally Landmark Impressions Mr. and Mrs. Louis J. Lanzillo Pierrette Lassiter Maria Laurence and Associates, LLC James Lawlor Mr. and Mrs. Norm LeBel Ryan and Alyssa Lee Leonard F. Hanna Charitable Fund Ben Levine Gardner Lewis The Life Initiative Andrew Limeri Mrs. Alice F. Lindsay Mira Linhart Cyrus B. Linscott Jessica and Alex Lisak The Love Response, LLC Linsey and Linsey Low Ralph W. Lowry Elisabeth A. Luick Lynch & Associates Todd Macleod Eck MacNeely Architects, Inc. MacNichol Electric, Inc. Janet MacQuarrie Daniel and Erin Magaletta The Mahan Family Timothy P. Maher Joseph and Tracey Mahoney Rodd Malitsky and Karen Turk Mrs. Diane Mandile Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Mansfield Josephine Marston John B. Martin Dianne Masel Mark E. Mason Massachusetts Capital Resource Company Massachusetts Institute of Technology Massachusetts Municipal Association Stephen Matheson Samuel J. Matthews Lisa Matthias Maveric, Boston VA Medical Center Thomas and Donna May Mr. and Mrs. Scott Mazur Annsley and Robert McAleer Sheila C. McCann

Michael D. McCart Mr. and Mrs. Gerard P. McCarthy Timothy J. McCormack Kevin F. McCune Gail E. McDermott Carol C. McDonough Paula Mcdonough Mrs. Stephanie McGirr Jeffrey McHarg and Elaine Dors McKinsey & Company Bradley McMillin Carol McNeil Mary A. McQueston Jeanne and Jeanne Meehan Dr. and Mrs. Peng Mei Beatrice A. Merriam Sharon Merrill Merrimac Charitable Trust Shane Miklas Millennium Pharmaceuticals Clark and Jane Moeller Mr. and Mrs. John F. Mohan Stephen Mongeau and Janice Ruell Susan Moore Kelcey Morange Mother Juice George and Beth Murnaghan Robert J. Murray Myles Brown and Judy Garber Gift Fund Jennifer A. Nassour and Charles J. Brucato Dr. Marisol Negrón Mary D. Neumann New England Revolution Richard Nilo Richard S. Noone, Jr. and Leslie D. Damon Novack Family Foundation Stephen and Isabel O’Brien Tara O’Brien Marsha P. Oest Violet Ohanasian Keith A. O’Keefe Mr. and Mrs. Stanley J. Oldfield Brian O’Mara Clive W. Oram Wyn O’Shea Osterman Propane, LLC Maryann Ouellette Nicole Pachus Sarah S. Packer Kimberly A. Paddock Deborah S. Palmer Diane Palombi Parent Talk Glenn Parkinson Indira B. Patel Pathlight Capital, LLC Liam Patterson The Paula’s Gift Fund Mrs. Roberta Pelkey Sara and Daniel Pellegrom Melissa J. Pelletier David and Suzanne Pendergast Nicholas Pepe Lori and Michael Pescatore Karen Peschel Krassy Petkova Nancy E. Petronio John Petrowsky and Thomas Vise Pfizer Foundation Pfizer Global Research and Development Gretchen Pfuetze and Ethan Thurow


Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Phelps Beth L. Phillips Physical Sciences, Inc. Vincent Piccinni Gerald B. Pier Timothy Pinch Mrs. David Place Plimpton-Shattuck Fund PMG Mechanical Systems, LLC Walter S. Pollard, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred J. Pouliot, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Christopher B. Price Hillary K. Price Frederick and Ruthann Prifty Principal Financial Group Providers’ Council Pursuit Boston Mr. and Mrs. John Quint Deborah L. Radovsky Elyse Rast Mary Reaney Claudio Rebbi Christopher Reckling Suzanne and Jack Reno Revere Hotel Boston Common Jonathan R. Ricketts Heather Ridill John and Dyanne Ridill Mr. and Mrs. Philip S. Robertson The Robertson Trust Jo-Anna Rorie Terry C. Rosenberg Jane and Jill Rothenberg-Simmons Roundel 47, LLC Larry Rowe The Martha and Max Rubinstein Family Foundation Stephen and Janet Ruggiero Heidi and John Ryder Barbara Sable Mrs. Joanne M. Sables Dr. Steven Safren and Dr. William Pirl Xavier Saint Andre Martial Saint Fort Michael A. Salinger Mrs. Ellen H. Salmon Paul Sanghera Sarah Sarmanian Sawyer Charitable Foundation Kenneth J. Scarry Catherine G. Schneider Eric V. Schultz Mr. and Mrs. Paul Scribner Jeannie Seidler Dr. Eva M. Selhub Mr. and Mrs. Jeremiah Shafir Brian Shea Mrs. Katie Shea Sheraton Framingham Hotel George and Beatrice Sherman Family Trust Lucy I. Sherman Charitable Foundation Norton L. Sherman Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Silver Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Singer Donna M. Sirutis Erik and Susan Skramstad Mr. and Mrs. Matthew W. Slate Mr. and Mrs. John J. Slavik Edward J. Smith, Jr. James Smith Patricia G. Smith Steven F. Smith

Mark Snyder Mr. and Mrs. Anthony F. Sola Thomas Sonnabend James W. Spitzer Jack Spurr St. Athanasius The Great Greek Orthodox Church Gerry and Ruth Ann Stacy Margaret and George Stanton Dr. Susan Staves Nadine and Alexander Steffan Scott Stephens Ames Stevens and Karen L. Dane Stilletto’s Hair & Spa Mary Strachan Remy Stressenger Sarah Struble Robert E. Struck, Jr. Lesli Suggs Daniel and Leslie Sullivan Jeanne M. Sullivan Joseph and Marcia Sullivan Sarah Sullivan Janet M. Swanson Karen M. Tammaro Scott Taylor and Laura Hodges Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Stewart D. Taylor Tennant & Ewer P.C. The Boston Sisters Convent The Styleliner Tim and Bonnie Thomas Thomson Reuters My Community Program Rebecca Thornton David and Nancy Thyng Tico Boston Tiffany White Photography Richard C. Tolson Mr. and Mrs. Kevin J. Toomey Heidi Trilsch Priscilla S. Trlica The United Church in Walpole United Way of Greater Cleveland UnitedHealth Group Richard D. Urell UrLife US Bank Shawn Vallee Brian VanDelinder Charles VanMeter and Donna Marcin Susan Vaughn Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Verbesey Frederick S. Vetterlein Gabriel Vincenzo

Mrs. Paddy V. Wade Kathleen C. Wallace Lenore Walsh and Robert F. Jackson Jeffrey T. Ward and Michelle Thomas Ward Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ware Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Weiner Edward J. Whelan White Chiropractic Health Center LeRoy White, Jr William H. Whitledge Whittier Family Charitable Gift Fund Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Wickman Mr. and Mrs. Steven Wildes David and Lisa Wilk Mr. and Mrs. Brian Willer Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Williams Willow Path Childcare Steven Wilner Anthony and Susan Wilson Glenn M. Wolfset Lee Ann and Barry Wood Wistar Wood Kathleen Worth Sara Wroblewski XV Beacon William S. Yerazunis

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($250 to $499) Anonymous (22) Charles W. Benton Co., Inc Abendroth, Berns & Warner, LLC Richard L. Abraham Sonia S. Abrams Mrs. Benedicta Acosta Edwin Adamian Joan Adams Lori Adams Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Adams Adobe Systems Incorporated The Advocator Group Chris and Peter Agel Anjali and Andrew Ahn Renee B. Aisenberg Michael J. Albrecht Nancy M. Allen Allstate Allstate Employees Amy Almeida Abbie Alvin Lou Amaral AmazonSmile Foundation American Contract Group Elizabeth M. Ames

Carolyn S. Amstutz Mr. and Mrs. George Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Edward M. Anderson Matthew Anderson Susan M. Anderson Mr. and Mrs. TK Ankner Mr. and Mrs. Tony Annese David J. Apfel Architectural Caulking & Waterproofing Peter Arden Mrs. Stacey Arnieri Gail Arnold Mrs. Pamela A. Avedisian Albert A. Avey B.W. Kennedy & Co. Esther L. Bachrach Rosemary Bagnell Robert P. Ball Robert Banaski Ruth Barkhouse Dr. and Mrs. David Barlow Kathy Barrett Brian Barriero Bethany A. Bartlett Robert J. Baum, Esq. Bonnie Baynes St. Germain Rich Beal Sumner M. Beal Jeffrey P. Beale Curtis and Karen Beard Nancy K. Beaumont Susan C. Beck N. Clark Bedford Georgia Beit Nancy Benchoff Samantha Bendetson Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Bergin John Berke Abigail Berman David Berman Jamie Bernard Marie Bernier Bob Bevis JudyAnn Bigby John and Lisa Biggio William E. Bilodeau Biogen Biogen Idec Foundation William Bitopoulos Kathleen Bohner Mr. and Mrs. Donald F. Bonito Janet and Robert Bonner Robert and Margaret Bonney Bose Corporation Boston Firefighters Local 718

Our students learn skills to advance their social, emotional and academic developments.

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The Adoption Program worked on family development cases in FY15.

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Boston University College of Communications Boston University Dental Clinic Dimas Botelho Mrs. Elizabeth H. Bothner Judith L. Bowen Dean Boylan, Jr. Stephen Bradley Michael J. Braun Sandra L. Bray Richard Brinker J. David and Barbara Broudo Benjamin K. Brown and Ariella M. Feingold David Brown Jane M. Brown Mrs. John F. Brown Dr. Rosalind S. Brown Georgia G. Bruggeman Heather and Christopher Buder Mrs. Mary Buffinger Judith A. Burke Kevin Burke Maribeth Burke Thomas Burke Alec Burleigh Alan B. Butler Eugene and Shirley Buzderewicz Mr. and Mrs. Anthony W. Byrne Elizabeth W. Cabot Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Cahill William Campbell Richard and Gail Canzano Vincent and Karen Capozzi Caps for Kids Glenn Carey Keith F. Carlson Laura and Andrew Carnase Mr. and Mrs. Francis P. Carolan Arthur Carr Mr. and Mrs. Neal W. Carroll Mrs. Susan Carroll Mr. and Mrs. Eugene G. Cassis Ralph Castagna Castle Hill Inn and Resort Mr. and Mrs. Patrick A. Cavanagh CBIZ Tofias Carlos and Barbara Cevallos Stanley and Dolores Chaban Jody P. Chadwick Arrington Chambliss Mrs. Susan M. Chandler Nicole Chang Yuchiao Chang Michael J. Chao-Lerner

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Thomas S. Chapman Mr. and Mrs. Jorge Chavarro Chestnut Hill Realty Corporation Maureen Christani Julian Chu Susan Ciampa Anthony Cintolo James Clancy James F. Clarke, Jr. Stephen W. Clarke Cynthia Clemson Paul J. Clifford Kathleen Coffey Haskel Cohen Joel and Stephanie Cohen Jeremy A. Cohn Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage — Jamaica Plain Jason Cole Dr. James M. Coleman Christine Collins Catherine A. Colotti Louis J. Columbo, III Combined Federal Campaign of Northern NE Andre G. Compagna William Condon Connelly Partners John Connor Kenneth and Carol Connor Edward J. Connors Donald Cooke Janet G. Cooper Mrs. William Cooper Mr. and Mrs. Mario J. Cornacchio James Corning Mr. and Mrs. Domenic S. Corsetti Amy E. Costa Edward Coveney Adam and Lisa Crane Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Crimmins David P. Crosscup Mr. and Mrs. Bavel L. Cummings Robert N. Cunjak Curriculum Associates Ronald C. Cutraro Abhijeet P. Dalvi Stephen P. Daly Dr. and Mrs. Louis F. D’Ambrosio Mrs. Candice M. Dancer Andre and Marilyn Danesh Anita D’Angelo Anita and D’Angio Louise D’Antonio Doreen Dantono

David Dapice Paulo Dasilva David and Elizabeth Ames Charitable Trust David Davies Joe and Evelyn Davis Ken Davis and Lisa B. Kroll Mary M. Dawley Mrs. Carrie L. Day Christopher J. DeBord Mr. and Mrs. William F. Delaney John DelPrete Angelo A. Delpriore Deluxe Corporation Christie Demers David Dempster Sabino N. DeSimini Mary and Russell Dexter Manuel Dias Jeff and Heather Dickinson Mark C. Dickson Christopher Digan Digital Impulse Dignity Boston, Inc Mrs. Karen Digravio Mrs. Elinor L. Dilorio Peter DiMarzio Paul W. DiMaura Patricia A. DiVasto Edward Doherty Mr. and Mrs. George L. Dolbec Philip G. Dole, Sr. Candice Donahue Brian Donegan Mark Donovan Matthew Donovan and Mrs. Emily Largent Paul and Catherine Donovan Matthew J. Doucette Mrs. Patrice Doucette Ann Dougherty David Douvadjian Alysa E. Doyle, Ph.D. David and Mary-Ellen Drinkwater Donald Du Puis Ted and Beth Durant Ruth Anne Dykeman Dyan Eagles Michael Eck and Hyesung Jeon Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Eckersley Matthew Edlen Frederick E. Ehrsam Mr. and Mrs. Joseph V. Elia Ann M. Elliott Jeffrey Ellowitz

Emerson College Enrollment Department Emerson Consulting Group Joan Emery Yiannis Emmanouilidis Mr. and Mrs. Robert English Envision Performance Solutions Epec Engineered Technologies Ilene Epstein Ruth G. Erickson Mr. and Mrs. Charles Eshbach Deena Ethridge April Evans Negin Ewald Phyllis C. Fairchild Kerry P. Falco Douglas V. Faller William A. Farrell Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Feininger Albert L. Fenn Mr. and Mrs. Ryan Ferguson Robyn Ferrero Christopher A. Filipietz John Fish Kevin Fitzgerald Patrick J. Fitzsimons Five Star Quality Care, Inc. Eva and Joseph Flaherty Linda and Paul Flaherty Nancy and Thomas Flanagan Agustin and Mariblance Fleites Kara Flyg Cheryl A. Flynn Christopher L. Flynn David L. Flynn Jennifer B. Flynn Paul Flynn FM Global Foundation Katherine Fogarty Stephan G. Fopiano, Sr. John R. Foran, Sr. Mrs. Doris Y. Ford Forever Fit Health and Fitness Center Robert R. Forsberg Paul E. Foskett Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Fougere Martha E. Fox John S. Fragala Glenn Frank Zachary Freelove Mr. and Mrs. David A. Freeman Mrs. Donna Frenette Friendship Lodge A.F. & A.M. Martha Frigoletto Thomas and Cherry Frost


James Fuerst Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Gaffney Constance Galanis Mr. and Mrs. James L. Gallagher Janis A. Gallagher Teresa M. Gallinaro Paul S. Garber Charles Garcia Paulina Garcia Abhishek Garg John Gately and Carol Gately Thomas A. Gendreau Dr. Daniel Giaimo Alaina J. Giampapa Pica Mr. and Mrs. Larry Gianinno Ted Giese Sheri Gilchrist William Gilchrist Sandra and John Gillis Michelle Gittens Adeline Giuggio Linda D. Glahn William Glatfelter Deborah C. Gleason Carey Gleen Mrs. Yvette S. Glenn Go Ahead Tours Mr. and Mrs. John C. Goddard Goldman, Sachs & Co. Peter and Catherine Goldring Jonathan Goodman and Elizabeth Silverman Goodrich Foundation Mary A. Goodwin Google, Inc. Kathryn Gorman Mrs. Robin Fay Gorman Mr. and Mrs. Colin Gorman William and Kathleen Goss Mr. and Mrs. John Gould Vernon Graff Kristine Graney Foye Granite City Electric Supply Company William Grant Beth and Larry Greenberg Gisela Griffth Linda and Alberto Grignolo Arthur S. Grove Diane T Gulinello Michael P. Gulla Frank Gundal Gerald F. Gustus Jordan Gutwillig Guy & Patricia Campochiaro, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Michael P. Habich Hackett Feinberg P.C. Victoria Hackett Anita Haffey Donald L. Hagerty Terrance Hahn Sandra Haiman Richard C. Hale Dave Halloran Jessica L. Hanchette Harvey and Jeanne Hansen Kent F. Hansen, Ph.D. Christine Harootunian David and Joan Harper Samantha J. Harriman Leslie M. Harrington David B. Harris Daniel S. Hart Hart Supply Co., Inc. Paul J. Hartnett, Jr. Timothy Hartshorn

Harvard University Press Mrs. Christine Harvey Mrs. Virginia C. Harvey Naz Hassanein Edward Hatch Jessica A. Hawks Mr. and Mrs. John Hayes Mark Healy Cecilia Hedlund Mr. and Mrs. William Heinz Edward E. Heller, Jr. Horace Henderson Janet Herrett Patrick M. Herron Hewlett-Packard Company Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hiersteiner Mr. and Mrs. William Higgins Elizabeth Hitron Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hodges Jane E. Hoffman Mary E. Hogan Stephen and Ann Hogan Nicholas and Debe Holland Mrs. Patricia A. Holland Mrs. Lucile J. Holliday John Horvath Pamela Houghton Bernard Houle Sharon A. Howard M. Benjamin Howe Richard H. Howe Laura Hsieh David E. Huenneke Mr. and Mrs. Brian Hurley Pappas Jodie Hurst Robert N. Husson Dennis I. Huszar Dr. Thomas D. Hutchinson, D.M.D. Linda Hyland Jacob Hyman Joseph A. Imbimbo Laura Imperatore and Bill Carrigan Independence Food, LLC Sarah Ingmanson Ralph R. Isberg ISD — Knowledge Management Gerald P. Ishkanian Gladys S. and John Jablonski Ann Jackman Dorothy Jackson Hilda A. Jackson Ricki Jacobson A. Jacovoni Carl Janey Janower Family Charitable Fund Rene Jarquin and Nancy Joyce Samantha Jason Jason Jeanneret Micheline Jedrey Mr. and Mrs. Stephen E. Jiava Joe and Cindy Wickwire Family Fund John Nagle Co. Alysia Johnson Erik M. Johnson Georgia M. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Johnson Lynne Johnson Victor Johnson David A. Jones Jose Mateo Ballet Theater B. Glenn and Cindy Jutras Jeanette Kachadorian Richard D. Kahn Kathy B. Kalimon Barbara Kamens

Gregory V. Kanarian Eileen M. Kane Sean Kane Mr. and Mrs. David A. Kanner Daniel and Pamela Kaplan Eva R. Karger Katherine and John Kaufmann Robert D. Keefe Kathleen A. Kelley Maura Kelley Brian J. Kelly Mary E. Kelly Chris and Leigh Kelter Mrs. Mary Jane Kemper Dr. Judith Kempf and Paul T. Sullivan Amy Kennedy and David Sette-Ducati Mark and Annemarie Kerwin Mrs. Jaime Kim Kristen Kimmel Donna King KMA Communications Laura and Lee Knepler Stephen and Angie Knightly Maureen Byrne Kobayashi E.M. Koerner Melissa F. Koester in Memory of Ronald J. Koester Christopher and Sheryl Kokkinos Mr. and Mrs. William Kozachuk Joyce M. Kraley Janice E. Kranz Thomas and Linda Kraus Patricia A. Kurkul Sophie Kushkuley Ambrose Kwong Mr. and Mrs. Martin A. Lacava Brian Lahan David Lake Raymond and Marie Lambert Heidi E. Lane Judy B. Largesse Robert Lash William Laughlin Peter Laursen Nanette Le Blanc Jeffrey R. Leach Richard P. Leavitt Britt Lee Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Lee Patricia Leighfield Ellen Leikind Philip Lembo Anthony Leonard Mrs. Laurie Leone Robert Levin Sharon Ireland Lewis Lexington Newcomers Club Mr. and Mrs. Kurt S. Lichtman Karen Licker Denis and Rebecca Lin Julianne Lindsay Jeffery K. Lines Mr. and Mrs. Donald V. Little, Jr. Mary S. Lively Buck Locke and Judith Piggins Locke Mr. and Mrs. Peter P. Lombard Julie F. Lorigan David Luinis Kenneth W. Lund Russell and Barbara Lurvey Mr. and Mrs. Gerald T. Lynch William S. Lyons

Richard MacAdams Susan L. Macdonald Mr. and Mrs. Peter MacElhiney Mr. and Mrs. Michael E. MacKay Charles MacNeill Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. MacNevin Macy’s / Bloomingdale’s Amanda Madden Scott J. Magin Thomas Magnarelli B. Yvonne Magnussen Satayan Mahajanda Nicholas Mainieri Alan and Marion Malkasian Angela Maniscalco Sarah Mann Michael Manning David F. Manoogian Mrs. Denise Marchionda Michael Marconi Darin Q. Mardock Margolis & Associates Michael and Emily Margolis Jennifer and Christopher Marks Tim Marmion George Marootian Marriott Boston Copley Place Marsh & McLennan Agency Mrs. Deborah L. Marshall Mrs. Helen W. Marston Andrew P. Martin Theresa Martin Mr. and Mrs. Steven J. Marullo Alan Marzi Judith A. Maselli George E. Maskell Helen A. Massaro Stephen J. Mastrocola Barbara A. Matthies Richard and Yasuko Mattione Ross Mayer The Mayer Family Annmarie Mazzucotelli Mrs. Elaine McCullough Kevin McAuliffe Frederick M. McCann Margaret E. McCarte Alison McCormack Rachel McCourt Sarah McCoy Robert and Elaine McDonald David and Dena McFadden Helen McFadyen F. Warren and Karen McFarlan George McGoldrick Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey McKay Michael McKenna Mr. and Mrs. Harold A. McKinney Laurie McLachlan Thomas M. McLain Mrs. Kerry-Ann Mclaren-Felisbret Stephen J. McMahon Gerard McNulty McPhee Electrical Contractors Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Mead, Jr. Dr. Richard H. Meadow Kathleen A. Meany Michael J. Meehan Meeting Maven Associates Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Melaugh Merrill Lynch Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Meskell Regina Messina Arlene F. Michael Microsoft Corporation

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Microsoft Matching Gifts Program Donald and Susan Miller Eric Miller Mr. and Mrs. James W. Miller Natalie S. Miller Robert J. Miller Pamela Milligan Rosemary Minnehan Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mitchell Theresa and Stephen Mitton Gertrude Moffat Maura Moffatt Reza Moini Mr. and Mrs. Chandler J. Moisen Jessica Mols Gregory Moniz The Eleanor Moosey & Doryce Moosey Trusts Gordon W. Moran Michelle Moretto Mr. and Mrs. Keith Morgan William and Margaret Morin Freelon Morris Lisa A. Motta Ioannis K. Moutsatsos Mr. and Mrs. Michael Mulcahy Margie Mullen M. and Robert Murphy Hannah R. Mutter Mr. and Mrs. Stewart C. Myers National Philanthropic Trust Scott E. Navin Dr. Nancy J. Nersessian Lance A. and Deborah C. Neumann Nancy T. Newton Thomas D. Newton Mr. and Mrs. Norman C. Nicholson, Jr. Anne Kelley Noone Ira and Judith Ockene John O’Connell O’Connor & Drew, P.C. John and Jane O’Connor Dierdre O’Donnell-Griswold Alma and Frank O’Glishen Mr. and Mrs. Ian O’Keeffe Marguerite Oliva Charles and Dana Oliver Mr. and Mrs. Terence P. O’Malley Maureen F. O’Neill William Oppenheimer Original Congregational Church of Wrentham Mary O’Sullivan OtterCares Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Allen E. Ottoson Michelle R. Ouellette Pamela A. Ouellette Lisa Ouradnik Mrs. Edith H. Overly Mrs. Olesia Pacholok M. Margaret Palmer Courtney Pardue and Kip Bruggeman Philip J. Parsons Mary Parziale Ronald M. Pastore Arthur D. Patten Ralph Patterson Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Patton Paul and Anne Noble Paula Jaq’lyn Gerald Paulauskas Paulina Garcia Fund Ashley Pavent Mark and Kerry Payson Michael Pearis

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Joanne C. Peckarsky Mr. and Mrs. Ken Pefine Peggy and Herb Repass Gift Fund Steven Pereira Roland K. Perkins Kristy Perretta Paul Perrotta Jelena Petrovic Gennaro Petruzziello Pfizer Foundation United Way Campaign James and Bonnie Philip John Piccione Cesare Pietrangelo Suzanne K. Pigott William and Amy Pike Kevin Pojasek John and Joyce Poles Dan Pollard Scott Pomfret Kate Poverman and Raphael Bueno The Drew and Martha Prozeller Family The Prudential Foundation Matching Gifts Anthony Pucillo Paul A. Quaranto, Jr. Melissa Radzikowski Carrie Rainen Ronald J. Rajewski Allison Ramoutar Alicia Rampulla, Ph.D. Charles and Patricia Rand Mr. and Mrs. Peter Ranese William A. Rangnow Luis and Kathy Raposo Bhaskar Ray Mr. and Mrs. James Raza Charles T. Reardon RED SEAT MEDIA Mr. and Mrs. James Redfern Ludmila Reed William J. Rees Mr. and Mrs. James Regan Riaz Family Fund Jack Ribeiro Michael E. Rice Francis J. Ridge Rimm-Kaufman Group, LLC Kristen M. Rivard Mrs. Nancy Roberge Gail Roberts Alice B. Robinson Dr. John C. Robinson Tom Rogers Timothy D. Ronan Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth E. Rosen Abby Rosenberg Eric Rosenberger James Ross Robert Rossilli Mr. and Mrs. John F. Rourke Peter Rowden Bill Rudolph Audra J. Russell Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Rust Ronald W. Ruth Michael P. Rutter Sacred Heart Elementary School Sakonnet Associates Frederick E. Sale Debra M. Salvucci Jennifer Sartori and Barry Gilbert Mrs. Linda Saunders Mr. and Mrs. James J. Savage Janet Schall Schlessinger Ellowitz Charitable Fund Michael W. Schmid

Mindy Schneider John Schneiter Marion Schoon Carol Schopfer Bud Schultz Joseph Scott Sea Glass Fine Art Mrs. Melissa A. Seaver Mrs. Maralyn K. Segal Adnan Sehovic Mr. and Mrs. Stephan H. Semerjian Ariana Senerchia Senior Aerospace Metal Bellows Elizabeth Serotte Mr. and Mrs. Ralph D. Sexton Shayna Seymour and Stephen Carr Mrs. Dorothy Shapiro Henry D. Shaw William R. Shek Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Sheth Kathryn E. Shine Mr. and Mrs. Richard G. Shults Paula M. Shwab Beth F. Felder and Richard A. Siegel Mr. and Mrs. Mark Sievewright Ryan Silva Steven P. Simard Elizabeth F. Simpson Mr. and Mrs. David Singer Mr. and Mrs. Ronald L. Skates Valerie A. Slater Mr. and Mrs. Arthur R. Smith Cheryl A. Smith Michelle L. Smith Mrs. Shelby K. Smith Ellen R. Sokoll Nancy M. Solari David M. Solomon Karen Solomon Joseph T. Sonsini Janet M. Sortor Mr. and Mrs. David Spada Debora Spar Carol M. Spellman, R.N. Judith Spielman Mr. and Mrs. John Spurr, Jr. Denise Squillante

Joel Stahl Elizabeth Stefanik Gary and Deborah Stein Jay and Julie Stephens Sterling Golf Management, Inc. Ellen Stewart Mr. and Mrs. James Stewart Adam Stojanowski James Stolecki Jennifer Stone Timothy and Nancy Stout Richard R. Stoyle Richard and Carol Suitor Theresa A. & Maurice L. Sullivan Humanitarian Trust Jean C. Sullivan and Richard Cane Maureen M. Sullivan Paula Sullivan R. Michael Sullivan Brian Sunday SunTrust United Way Campaign Maryann Suydam Lia Sylvestri Nancy B. Tabarangao Mrs. Jacqueline Taggart Michael and Merle Tarnow Andrew Taylor Elizabeth K. Taylor Ben & Kate Taylor Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Peter D. Tedeschi Robert Tedeschi Temple Beth Shalom Tennessee Valley Combined Federal Campaign Mr. and Mrs. John T. Terzakis Alireza Teymourian The Charles and Anne Sincerbeaux Family Fund The Inn and Spa at Mill Falls The JP Fund Edward A. Thomas Mrs. Karin Thomason Elizabeth Thompson Nicola Thompson Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Timm Catherine M. Tobin Marie Tobio

Brittany Winslow Reading Specialist, Southeast Campus


Tohamy Hansen Family Charitable Fund Noha Tohamy Al and Kathleen Tournas Barbara and Jon Trachtenberg Susan Trackman Matthew Tracy David A. Trainor Tracy Triplett Michael Tsuk and Edith Epstein Julie M. Tuite Jeremy Tuten Robert Tuttle Clarence Tyler Miliken Tyler Arthur and Ingeborg Uhlir Universalist Unitarian Church of Haverhill Michael Vagos David Vallon Vanasse Hangen Brustlin, Inc. Verizon Verizon Foundation Bell Atlantic Foundation James K. Vernon Mr. and Mrs. John Vibberts Janice Vinacco-Cormier Robert Vincent Christopher Voce James and Terri Vogel Alexander Voloshko Friedrich Klemens Von Gottberg Andreas and Anna Voyatzakis F. Channing Wagg, III Harry R. Wagg Ralph and Audrey Wagner Richard V. Wallace Umesha T. Wallooppillai Mrs. Lauren Walsh Michael Arthur Walsh Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Walsh William J. Walter Thomas J. Wanderer Robert J. Wanek Dana E. Warren, Jr. Matthew Waterbury Andrea L. Watson Jacqueline Waxlax

Alison L. Weaver Irvin W. Weaver David Webb Mr. and Mrs. Gordon C. Weir Scott J. Weiss Ellen Weitzler Elizabeth and Peter Welburn Deb Well Wellington Management Company, LLP Susan Westmoreland Regina B. Wiedenski Maureen and Robert Wight Marc C. Willems Anne L. Williams Rodney Williams John Willoughby Steven Wilson Window Services Amelia D. Winston Lee Wise and Elaine M. Sullivan Marsha Wiseheart Katherine Wislocky Allen Wong William Wong Muriel Wood Thomas R. Wood Mrs. Elizabeth C. Woodruff Daniel J. Woodyshek Mr. and Mrs. Donald G. Wright John Wright Susan Wright-Regan Timothy A. Wywoda Barbara A. Yates James and Kathy Yoshizawa Renee A. Yourk Joseph F. Zarro Jane and James Zavistoski Lauren V. Zeller Raymond and Nancy Zemlin

Caitlin Tobias, LCSW, Clinician Southeast Campus

Donors gave a combined

$6,890,282

in FY15.

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LEGACY CI RCLE 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. Estate of Joseph L. Amodeo Estate of Doris M. Anthony Trust of Elisha V. Ashton Estate of Alison K. and Allen I. Barry Gary Bedrosian Myron L. Belfer, M.D. Dr. Helen M. Bouscaren Estate of Daniel E. Braman Trust of Robert B. Brigham Nancy and Gregory Bruett Jarka and Grayce Burian Wallace C. Butterfield Doris Drescher Cook Eileen Crittle Jeffrey Croll Estate of Gladys A. Cushman Leo Darr Estate of Charles Davis Edward Dinaro, CFP Mrs. Mary C. Drazy Trust of George Emerson Sharon and Harry Eramian Mr. William Farmer, Jr. Gertrude C. Feldman Maurice Fitzgerald Americo J. Francisco Estate of Mary T. Franz Robert G. Fuller Frederick L. Haggerty Estate of Eugene B. Hamilton Richard Merrill Haney, Ph.D. and Merle Marie McConnell, M.L.S. Thomas and Caroline Hovey Trust of Adelaide B. Howland Mrs. Joanna R. Inches Dianne Ingalls James P. Murray Irrevocable Trust

Cynthia Jones Christine E. Kenny Maureen Byrne Kobayashi Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Landay Mrs. Dorothy L’Homme Melissa M. L’Homme Mrs. Marion A. MacLeod Lisa K. Matthews and Andrew Byrne Ida M. McCarthy Robert B. McCauley Patricia A. Monk Dr. Nancy J. Nersessian David and Virginia Packer Estate of Robert A. Paolucci Joan Paul Trust of Louise Pease Mark Hollyer and Robin Pendleton-Hollyer Wayne E. Perrault Mr. and Mrs. Russell Peterson Lawrence N. Petzing Estate of Ethel E. Shaw Trust of Laura Sibbel Fiske Estate of Grace R. Smith 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 Estate of Marion J. Todd Estate of Margaret Tomkins Mr. and Mrs. John Vibberts Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Wells, III Merrill B. Wilder

MEDIA SPONSORS These companies donated ad space and air time in FY15 to help spread the word about The Home’s programs and services:

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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: Adage Capital Management, L.P. Aetna Foundation AIG Matching Grants Program AllianceData American Tower Corporation Amgen Foundation Matching Gift Program Amica Companies Foundation Anchor Capital Advisors, Inc. Aon Foundation Arbella Insurance Group Charitable Foundation Autodesk Matching Gifts Program — USA U.S. Bancorp Foundation Bank of America Matching Gifts BNY Mellon Biogen Idec Foundation BlackRock Foundation C.R.Bard Foundation, Inc. CA Technologies Matching Gifts Program Cadence Design Systems, Inc. Matching Gift Programs The JPMorgan Chase Foundation The Chubb Corporation Citizens Bank Computer Associates International Covidien Dell Giving Eastern Bank Eaton Vance EMD Millipore Eversource Energy Foundation FM Global Foundation GAP Foundation Gift Match Program Gartner General Electric Company Goodrich Foundation Grand Circle Foundation Grantham, Mayo, Van Otterloo Harbor Capital Advisors, Inc. Highfields Capital Management, LP Highland Capital Partners Houghton Mifflin Company Illinois Tool Works Foundation ING Direct Instrumentation Laboratory Invest in Others Charitable Foundation, Inc.

John Hancock Financial Services JPMorgan Chase Foundation Matching Gift Program Juniper Networks’ Company KeyBank Foundation Loomis, Sayles & Company LPL Financial Charitable Fund Macy’s Corporate Services McDonald’s Corporation Medtronic Foundation Merck Partnership for Giving MFS Investment Management Microsoft Matching Gifts Program Millennium Pharmaceuticals Matching Gift Program MSCI Inc. Natixis Global Asset Management Neiman Marcus Group Matching Gift Program Nokia Matching Gifts Old Mutual Charitable Foundation Oracle Pfizer Foundation United Way Campaign Pioneer Investments Pitney Bowes, Inc. The Prudential Foundation Matching Gifts Putnam Investments Matching Gifts Program Reed Elsevier, Inc. Rinet Company, LLC State Street Matching Gift Program Sun Life Financial Tampa Bay Times Fund The Home Depot Foundation — Matching Gift Center Thermo Fisher Scientific, Inc. Thomson Reuters My Community Program Tyco Matching Gifts Program United Technologies US Bank Vanasse Hangen Brustlin, Inc. Verizon Waters Corporation Wellington Management Company, LLP Woodland Partners, LLC


94%

of ASCL students matriculated to their next year of college.

career training programs offers kids the choice and

Our range of

the skills for a meaningful and satisfying future.

“Taffy Wants to Play� by Eliza, Longview Farm

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Leadership BOARD OF DIRECTORS

BOARD OF AMBASSADORS

Officers

Jonathan P. Ash

John F. Harrington

Sherri Raftery

Chris Egan, Chairman

Samantha Bendetson

John F. Hennessey

Kara Lee Rainey

John T. Hailer, Chairman Emeritus

Rebecca L. Bidwell-Hanson

Erik M. Jones

Bronwyn Roberts

Deborah E. Gray, Secretary

Marin Blitzer

Olga Kasparova

Eliza Hapgood S. Rowe

James C. Burrows, Ph.D., Treasurer

Christopher Buchanan

Stephen M. Kogon

Joan A. Sapir

Deborah Burrows

Christina A. Larson

Martin B. Shulkin

Joseph Byrne

Caren I. Leedom

Samuel Slater

Susan A. DeRoche

Mark H. Lippolt

Peter D. Soltz

Molly Diggins

Kelly S. Mann

Patricia E. Trebino

Susan Donahue

Lisa K. Matthews

Kristin K. Valdmanis

David R. Druley

Michelle M. McDonough

Pat Villani

Melissa Druley

Roger Merrill

Joseph J. Wayshak

Paul P. Epstein

Christopher H. Milton

Charles Weintraub

David L. Giunta

Cynthia M. Mulica

Michael Weissenburger

Patricia A. Griffin

Suzanne Pilkerton

Harry E. Wells

Daniel M. Grondin

Jasmine Punzalan

Members Dale Bearden Richard K. Bendetson Beverly A. Brown, Ph.D. Tushara Canekeratne Anjali U. Chitre Hardin Coleman, Ph.D. Pamela Herbst Patricia Jabar Stacey H. Jacobson Rene Jarquin Tim Miner Steve Pemberton Laurie Slifka Matthew J. Sliwa, III Pat Villani

EXECUTIVE MANAGEMENT TEAM Joan Wallace-Benjamin, Ph.D. President and Chief Executive Officer Meredith Bryan Vice President for Development and Communications Thomas L. Durling Vice President for Finance Heidi Ferreira, J.D. Vice President for Performance and Outcomes Michael L. Pearis, MBA Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer Lesli Suggs, LICSW Vice President for Program Operations Top Row (L – R) Lesli Suggs, Thomas Durling, Michael Pearis, Meredith Bryan, Bottom Row (L – R) Lee Wise, Joan Wallace-Benjamin, Heidi Ferreira

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Leonora R. Wise, MA, MLA Vice President for Human Resources


THANK YOU

for helping us to make a difference in the lives of children and families.


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