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2013

Annual Report


Strong families. Strong life.

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we’re needed

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Have suffered abuse or neglect Struggle with mental health and behavioral issues Have learning challenges that require special attention

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WHY

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For more than 200 years, we’ve earned a reputation for doing whatever it takes to strengthen vulnerable families and keep children safe. We provide a full network of services for children from birth through age 22 — and beyond. Seek support for parenting skills Need help taking care of behaviorally challenged children Require access to community resources and long-term supports for a child

HOW we help adoption & foster care Child placement services ensure children of all ages are placed and secure in a nurturing home. Whether starting a family or adding to their own, parents are supported throughout the process with training, counseling and support groups.

family counseling In-home and clinical services help families improve communication, solve problems and cope with difficult situations. In a time of crisis, counselors meet with the family in the home and collaborate with emergency medical teams to ensure the safety of the children and stability of the home.

mental health services Our trained team of mental health counselors help children of all ages, in a range of settings, who are struggling with emotional, behavioral and social difficulties. Full neuropsychological testing and medication evaluations augment our counseling programs when needed.

special education Education is an integral part of any child’s ability to succeed. Our two highly structured, year-round schools ensure children in our care who face academic challenges receive the educational and therapeutic services necessary to reach their fullest academic and social potential.

therapeutic residential programs Residential programs that range from group homes to intensive treatment facilities offer a safe, home-like environment where children from 5-18 can receive therapeutic services that emphasize positive social skills and reduce behavioral regression.

case management By providing a single point of entry for services, our case managers work closely with families to develop an individualized treatment plan. By accessing an array of community services, the case worker builds a team around the family and together they facilitate the plan to meet the family’s vision for their child’s future.

independent living

Comprehensive vocational and life skills training programs help youth who are aging out of state systems of care to transition from dependent living to independence and adulthood.

AND THE RESULTS ARE

Children able to be safe and secure

Families strengthened and stabilized

Social and life skills enhanced

Academic success achieved

Successful transition made to independence

WE NEVER GIVE UP ON CHILDREN. AND WE NEVER LET CHILDREN GIVE UP ON THEMSELVES.


from the chief executive officer Dear Friends, I am happy to report another great fiscal year for The Home for Little Wanderers. We expanded awareness of our mission through a robust rebranding campaign; we broadened our influence on public policy affecting children and families; we advanced our reputation for expertise and excellence through invitations to present at a number of industry conferences; we developed and hosted two symposia of our own; and our signature fundraising event hit an all-time revenue high. The Home was given a unique opportunity to make a positive impact on how children access mental health services. I had the honor of being appointed by Governor Patrick to serve as co-chair of the Families and Children Requiring Assistance Advisory Board. The board was created as part of a new law that will reform the 40-year-old Children in Need of Services (CHINS) program, an antiquated system that forced parents and teachers to enter the complex world of the juvenile justice system simply to access the most basic of mental health services for their children. The Board will advise the Secretary of Health and Human Services in designing and implementing a community-based service network and family resource pilot program. In a year of many doors opening for The Home, there was one sad closure: we said goodbye to John Hailer as our Board Chair of eight years — but we didn’t say goodbye to John as our friend and great supporter of our work for more than 20 years. He will remain on the Board as Chairman Emeritus and we are grateful to Pamela Herbst for stepping in as interim Chair. The year marked a major milestone for me personally: in February I celebrated the 10th year of my service as the President and CEO of The Home and I took the opportunity to reflect on the many changes we’ve seen in the last decade, both internally and externally, particularly in the field of child welfare. But one thing that has not changed during the last 10 years is the unwavering loyalty and generosity of our many friends who believe in The Home’s mission. I was impressed by this level of support when I first joined the agency and it remains an inspiration to me every day. Thank you.

Joan Wallace-Benjamin President and CEO

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from the chairman emeritus Dear Friends, At the end of Fiscal Year 2013, I stepped down as Chairman of the Board of The Home for Little Wanderers, an organization that has been dear to me for more than 20 years. I was introduced to The Home back in 1989 when I made my first charitable donation. It felt good to give, but it was when I started volunteering and spending time with the kids that everything changed for me. I’ve gotten so much more from The Home than I’ve ever given. I was proud to be honored at this year’s Voices & Visions gala, and I said at the time that one person with passion is as powerful as an army. The Home has been around for more than 200 years because someone cared enough about the children in need in Boston all those years ago. And for two centuries, enough people have cared to keep The Home growing and improving. Because of The Home, children today facing enormous challenges have never had more support and a better chance to succeed. A major milestone during the last fiscal year was the opening of the new Longview Farm in Walpole, which has been a particular passion of mine. It’s a place where kids can be exactly what they should be — kids. It’s a place where they can learn and grow, be surrounded by loving teachers and volunteers, and most importantly feel that they belong. I am proud of the part that the Board played in making that happen. Since opening in September 2012, Longview has already seen a large increase in the number of children being served, both in the residential program and also in the special education school. Although I will no longer serve as Chair of the Board, I’m not going far. I will continue to do everything I can as a board member and as an advocate for the children and families that benefit from the services of The Home. I’d like to thank everyone at The Home, my fellow board directors, and the many thousands of generous individuals and organizations who support our work, for allowing me the opportunity to play a role in improving the lives of those most vulnerable among us. Sincerely,

John Thomas Hailer Chairman Emeritus

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The New Longview Farm

Since opening, More kids are living at longview farm... 5-13 age group

A vision many years in the making became a reality just before the start of the school year in September 2012 when we opened the doors to the new Longview Farm campus in Walpole.

87%

62%

of capacity

31%

of capacity

2012

2013 2012

2013

... and More kids are learning here Lower School (5-13 age group)

2013

The Home is truly grateful to our many generous friends and supporters, the Board of Directors and our dedicated staff, without whom this magnificent transformation would not have been possible.

Photos by Gregg Shupe

2012

Figures compare data from April 2012 to April 2013.

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51%

of capacity

78%

of capacity

Upper School (14-17 age group)

2013

Thank you for making Longview Farm a better place for our kids.

95%

of capacity

of capacity

2012

The renovations and enhancements, made possible by a successful $23 million capital campaign, include a new educational center and four cottagestyle residences. The school facilities employ the most up-to-date technology and include new dedicated areas such as art and music rooms and speech therapy spaces. The residences, with their modern amenities and peaceful surroundings, help the children to feel safe and secure.

14-17 age group

82%

of capacity

100%

of capacity


around the home Pathways to Vocation Both Southeast Campus and Longview Farm have made great strides this year in this initiative, aimed at providing youth with hands-on experience in various trades. At SEC, the Carpentry Program worked on building backyard sheds and Adirondack chairs; the Culinary elective worked with the chef to understand the running of a kitchen and dining hall; and students in the IT class learned how to design websites, record and edit videos, and mix music. At Longview Farm Campus, the Auto Shop students prepared the snow blowers for winter and tuned the lawn mowers; the Wood Shop youth made lock boxes and are repairing and building various furniture items.

Support Groups for Adolescents Adolescence is a turbulent time for all kids, but is often especially hard on those that come into our programs. At the Child & Family Counseling Center, The Home has formed several new support groups where youth can come together, discuss their issues and develop skills to manage their problems. One of these is the “Keep It Cool” group, focused on anger management and regulating emotions. Another is the “Friendship Group” for girls to help with managing bullying and developing self-assertive skills. The goal is to help these youth navigate adolescence and learn how to support themselves and each other.

We speak your language The Home aims to help all children and families; towards that end, our employees speak many languages and come from a wide range of cultural backgrounds. For example, the Community Service Agency program has the only Vietnamese-speaking Intensive Care Coordinator in the state. The program teamed up with Dorchester House to run a focus group with Vietnamese families to better understand how our services can be used to help that community. Other languages The Home accommodates include Spanish, Portuguese, Haitian Creole, Mandarin and French. 5


Waltham House celebrates 10 years Waltham House, our group home for gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and questioning (GLBTQ) youth, celebrated its 10th anniversary in October 2012. When it opened in 2002, it was the first program of its kind in New England and only the third in the nation. Today, Waltham House continues to uphold its principles of responsibility, respect and pride, with the belief that all children deserve to live in an environment in which they feel safe, respected, supported and cared for. This year, 100% of youth at Waltham House progressed to the next grade level and one youth passed the GED exam. Here’s to many more years of helping GLBTQ youth find a safe space to be themselves.

Young Adults Moving Ahead The Home’s Young Adult Resource Network celebrated its first college graduate this year, from Roxbury Community College. Another youth graduated from the Benjamin Franklin Technical Institute and two others received their high school diplomas after completing a credit recovery process through the ReEngagement Center, a program of the Boston Public Schools. In addition to these educational successes, nearly 80% of young adults at YARN made progress on their employment goals this spring. We salute their continued growth and progress.

Now that’s SMART! The Marigold Foundation awarded a grant to The Home’s Preschool Outreach Program to provide Sensory Motor Arousal Response Training (SMART) for clinicians. SMART is a type of play therapy for young children with complex trauma, using a special SMART room with large pillows, fitness balls and other sensory motor equipment. The grant also provides for setting up one of these environments so we can better treat children who need help with regulating their emotions and behavior.

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one family’s experience at waltham house At age 15, our transgender daughter, Ghia, was exhibiting disrespectful, defiant, oppositional behavior; running away from home overnight; truancy and failing grades in school; daily substance abuse; refusal to take her prescribed medications or engage in therapy; poor self-esteem and hopelessness. After four months in a wilderness therapy program in Utah, where her therapist described her as one of the hardest cases he had worked with, she had begun to make some progress but was unable to maintain positive behavior consistently beyond a week or two. We were very concerned for her health and safety. She clearly needed to continue in a supervised therapeutic program before she was ready to return home. The program needed to be one with expertise in the area of gender dysphoria in order to support her transgender transition. The Home’s Waltham House program for GLBTQ adolescents provided a safe, supportive, structured, therapeutic living environment with 24-hour supervision. Ghia was able to live in a home with other teens like herself and to meet adult mentors who shared their experiences with her and offered their support as role models. While the separation between us in Michigan and Ghia in Massachusetts was extremely stressful for everyone in our family, the clinical and administrative staff maintained close communication with us to reassure us constantly of her safety and worked in partnership with us to develop, implement and modify her treatment plan and coach us in setting limits and communicating with her. Ghia was able to continue her medical transition (hormone blockers, estrogen therapy), to make up credits at school, to work part time, and to go bicycling and swimming at the YMCA for exercise. After eight months in Waltham House, at age 16, we have our happy self-confident daughter of 2-3 years ago back! Ghia has re-united successfully with our family and is making a successful transition back into the community. She is behaving appropriately, communicating respectfully (well, normally for a 16-year-old teenaged girl!), engaging in healthy living, and demonstrating positive coping skills. She is returning to school, getting a job and looking forward to sex reassignment surgery

After eight months in Waltham House, at age 16, we have our happy self-confident daughter of 2-3 years ago back! (SRS). She is able to open up and articulate her feelings. We can tell from conversations with her that she has learned a lot about trauma, self-esteem, substance abuse, anger management, healthy living, safe sex, and tobacco cessation and knows from her own experience that she can use her coping skills and control her own behavior. She has experienced and enjoyed things about GLBTQ culture that we would have been unable to teach her. Best of all, Ghia feels good about herself again, and specifically, good about herself as a transgender girl. She enjoys showing off her new cooking skills. She is confident that she can get a job, is proud that she was able to maintain one, and plans to use the same skills to succeed in school. She says Waltham House (and Camp Lightbulb) is the first time in her life that she felt that she “really fit in”; and she wants to be a mentor to other transgender youth next summer after she has her SRS. If she continues on her present, positive path, she herself will become an awesome role model thanks to Waltham House! Sincerely, Donna, Ghia's mother

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Happenings at the home Every year The Home is able to help children and families in our care in ways above and beyond what is prescribed in treatment plans or provided for in state contracts. We are very grateful for the tremendous support we receive from our donors, both individual and corporate, which make these extra opportunities possible. The following are just a few of the events that helped us raise awareness and dollars in FY13:

◀ Voices & Visions 2013

Photo by Cheryl Richards

The annual fundraising gala, Voices & Visions, once again broke all previous records for both attendance and dollars raised. The theme “A Journey through the Ancient Past” gave full rein to the kids’ imagination in the form of dinosaurs, trilobytes and prehistoric humans. We were proud to honor a great longtime friend and supporter: John T. Hailer, President and CEO of Natixis Global Asset Management and Chairman of our Board of Directors from 2005 through June of 2013. We also paid tribute to the importance of education by recognizing 18 young adults from our programs who are now attending college.

▼ outdoor fun and fundraising Our two annual sports outings always provide a much anticipated fun “day away from it all” for a good cause. In FY13, the Generous Masters Golf Tournament and the women’s Home in One event raised a combined total of $223,000.

Photo by Melissa Ostrow

▲ back-to-school generosity Once again, going back to school was made a little easier by the generous donations of hundred of backpacks filled with supplies. Many of the youth in our care come from families who are struggling to make ends meet. Thanks to everyone who made this one less thing to worry about for them.

▶ Big Wishes Gift Drive Help came in many forms and from many sources for the 2012 Big Wishes for Little Wanderers holiday campaign. Individuals, community groups and corporations gave cash donations, gifts to fulfill children’s wishes, much-needed essentials for families, and participated in our gift card challenge. Countless hours were given freely by our dedicated volunteers. We had huge support from our corporate sponsors, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage and Bernie & Phyl’s Furniture, and our media partners, WCVB-TV Channel 5, MAGIC 106.7 and the Boston Herald. And we had a great location for the Toy Room, thanks to the generosity of Legacy Place! 8


evaluating OUR impact The Home has a strong commitment to measuring our impact on children and families, researching the outcomes, and communicating the results to staff, stakeholders and clients. Our dedicated Risk Management, Evaluation, & Outcomes (RMEO) team pursues this vital information with projects including:

Agency Goal Setting Evaluation staff work with program leadership to develop annual goals and outcomes. Staff measure clients’ progress over time in several areas, such as how children and youth are functioning at home, school, and in the community. The Home uses research-based tools such as the Child and Adolescent The research and evaluation team (top to bottom): Heidi Ferreira, J.D., Doğa Functional Assessment Scale, Sonmez, Ph.D. and Kara Sabalauskas, MSW the Brief Symptom Inventory, the Adverse Childhood Experiences checklist and the Child PTSD Symptom Scale to assess mental health functioning, adverse childhood experiences, trauma symptoms and many other domains. The evaluation team presents findings quarterly and hosts discussions of results so that staff can use information gathered for quality improvement and program design.

Evaluating Services for Transition-Age Youth The evaluation and research team works closely with The Home’s three programs that serve youth who are transitioning to adulthood. The evaluation focuses on how young adults are faring on employment, education, housing, life skills, and wellness goals. The evaluation and research team will be presenting results at the 19th National Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect in the spring of 2014.

Follow-Up Initiative The Home implemented a client follow-up initiative one year ago. RMEO staff calls parents of children and youth after discharge to complete a phone interview to see how the child is doing in a variety of areas. The follow-up initiative provides information as to what extent clients were able to maintain successes made in school, home, and the community, post discharge. Information about how former clients are doing helps program staff to determine whether to continue, enhance, or replace treatment interventions and components. Findings may also highlight unmet needs that could contribute to the development of new services.

cheering for the home team The Home is proud to employ some of the best and brightest clinicians, social workers, program directors, and administrative staff in the Commonwealth. Here are just a few employee highlights:

Erica Nazzaro, LMHC, Program Director of the Young Adult Resource Network, spoke at the State House at the request of the Massachusetts Coalition for the Homeless on their Youth on The Hill Day; she also brought three young adults from the YARN program who all shared their stories of homelessness. Janet Novotny, LMHC, Clinical Coordinator at Safe at Home, led a training on Trauma & Expressive Therapies as part of Health Imperatives’ Trauma Training Series.

Elliot Pittel, M.D., one of The Home’s psychiatrists, contributed to a series of 10 brochures produced by the Massachusetts Medical Society (MMS). Elliot is Chair of MMS’ Committee on Violence Intervention and Prevention. Samantha Schneider, LICSW, a clinician at the Preschool Outreach Program, attended the 18th International Consortium for Social Development Conference in Kampala, Uganda as part of her doctoral work at Simmons College.

Barbara Sumler, Direct Care Supervisor at Longview Farm, was the recipient of the 2012 Providers’ Council (Massachusetts Council of Human Service Providers) Gerry Wright Direct Service Employee Award.

Joan Wallace-Benjamin, Ph.D., President and CEO, was awarded an honorary doctor of humanities degree from New England Law | Boston at the school’s 102nd Commencement. 9


THE HOME BY THE NUMBERS ON AN AVERAGE SCHOOL DAY AT THE HOME IN FY13... We provided

105 breakfasts...

108 lunches...

108 students

14 youth

attended our Special Education schools

received after school supports

Our clinicians delivered

39 children

in Boston Public Schools

were in one of our Intensive Foster Care placements

8 aging-out youth

59 aging-out youth

93 hours of therapy

received supportive housing

...and 105 dinners

6 youth

received emergency short-term housing, evaluation and supports while remaining in their home schools

received academic, vocational and/or life skills support

CLIENT SATISFACTION

98% of parents/caregivers were engaged 89% of teachers and early childhood in their child’s treatment at the Children’s Community Support Collaborative

96% of Department of Children &

Families’ workers surveyed agreed or strongly agreed that Park Street Family Networks services met their clients’ needs

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providers felt that the consultation from the Preschool Outreach Program sometimes or frequently increased their understanding of children’s experiences and feelings

100% of school liaisons felt the Child & Family Counseling Center’s school-based counseling sometimes or frequently improved students’ ability to regulate their moods and emotions


FY13 financial statement 2013 Operating Revenue

The Home for Little Wanderers’ Schedule of Operations Years Ended June 30, 2013 and 2012 (Reported in 000’s)

2013

2012

$ 33,246

$ 31,417

Fundraising (portion for operations)

5,512

5,487

Endowment Draw

3,372

3,420

42,130

40,324

Revenues Program Revenue

Total Revenues

78.9%

Program revenue

8%

Endowment draw

Expenses Programs

34,017

32,270

Administrative and General

6,738

5,638

Fundraising

2,176

1,999

42,931

39,907

(801)

417

Total Expenses Operating Surplus1

13.1%

Fundraising

2013 Operating Expenses

79.2%

Programs

Non-Operating Items Bequests

1,271

889

Investment activity

3,627

(504)

Other

(965)

9,901

Total Non-Operating Items

3,933

10,286

Change in Unrestricted Net Assets

3,132

10,703

2,009

(8,249)

750

(96)

$ 5,891

$ 2,358

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Change in Temporarily Restricted Net Assets3 Change in Permanently Restricted Net Assets Change in Net Assets

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15.7%

5.1%

Administrative Fundraising and General

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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 FY2013 is $856,738 of activity released for plant and equipment acquisitions, net of other non-operating expenses. In FY2012, the activity released for plant and equipment acquisitions, net of other non-operating expenses was $10,949,202.

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Included in the change in Temporarily Restricted Net Assets in FY2013 is $4,241,443 of additional Investment activity, $999,498 of additional Fundraising activity, ($527,152) of activity related to Net Asset released from restriction for program operations, ($1,847,827) of activity related to Net Asset released for appropriation of Endowment appreciation, and ($856,738) of activity related to Net Asset released for plant and equipment acquisition. In FY2012, the change in Temporarily Restricted Net Assets included $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 to Net Asset released for plant and equipment acquisition.

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The change in Permanently Restricted Net Assets in FY2013 of $749,490 consisists of additional Investment Activity. In FY2012, the change in Permanently Restricted Net assets included ($544,288) of additional Investment activity and $448,534 of additional fundraising activity.

The information reported above has been obtained and summarized from the June 30, 2013 and 2012 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

We gratefully recognize all our donors who gave in fiscal year 2013. 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, 2012 and June 30, 2013.

VISIONARY CABINET ($500,000 and Above) Estate of John Edward Bradbury Yawkey Foundation

VISIONARY COUNCIL ($200,000 to $499,999) Natixis Global Asset Management Trust of Edna Betts Talbot United Way of Massachusetts Bay & Merrimack Valley

VISIONARY CIRCLE ($100,000 to $199,999) Estate of Guenter Arndt Trust of Elisha V. Ashton Tushara Canekeratne Trust under Will of Elizabeth H. Hayward Estate of Virginia M. Jones The Thrift Shop of Boston, Inc. Mrs. Paddy V. Wade

CHAIRMAN’S CABINET ($50,000 to $99,999) Estate of Patricia Aymond The Bank of New York Mellon Bowdoin Construction Corp Pasquale Franchi Mary Beth and Chris Gordon Liberty Mutual Insurance Company Libra Foundation, Inc. Marinella Family Foundation Natixis Global Asset Management Employees Elisabeth and Thomas Niedermeyer SEI Thomas and Carlotta Soviero Anne and Laurence Sperry Penny Windle and John Kline

CHAIRMAN’S COUNCIL ($25,000 to $49,999) Anonymous (1) Deborah and Steven Barnes Trust of Robert B. Brigham Drs. Beverly A. and Robert A. Brown Cedar Street Foundation Citizens Bank Foundation The Clifford Foundation Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage Cares

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Cummings Foundation Brian and Barbara Davis Doe Family Foundation Susan and Digger Donahue Estate of Helen E. Drury Christopher and Jean Egan Foundation To Be Named Later John T. Hailer George Harrington Trust John J. Hitchcock The Hyams Foundation Patricia Jabar and Wayne Smith Estate of Camille Marinella Markley Group MFS Investment Management Mary Ann Milano-Picardi Oliver W. Mink Trust Putnam Investments Bertha Slade Fund Alfred and Gilda Slifka Louise C. Slotnick and Family The Seth Sprague Educational and Charitable Foundation Suffolk Construction Company Paul and Susan Sugarman The TJX Companies, Inc. The TJX Foundation, Inc. Jack Williams Endowment for Wednesday’s Child, Inc.

CHAIRMAN’S CIRCLE ($10,000 to $24,999) Anonymous (3) Admirals Bank AEW Capital Management, L.P. John W. Alden Trust Estate of Joseph L. Amodeo Arthur J. Fisher Fund U.S. Bancorp Foundation Beacon Hill Circle for Charity, Inc. Dale and Beverly Bearden Richard K. Bendetson Estate of William M. Bennett Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts Stephen Blyth and Anita Gajdecki Boston Magazine Boston Parks & Recreation Dept. Stephanie L. Brown Foundation Clemmie and James Cash The Chubb Corporation Jane B. Cook Charitable Trusts

Estate of Gladys A. Cushman Deloitte LLP Melissa and David Druley Durant Family Foundation Educational Toyland Trust of George Emerson Nancy and Neal Foster David and Wendy Giunta Give With Liberty Employees Global Partners LP Goodwin Procter LLP Granite Steps Foundation Greenberg Traurig LLP The Hamilton Company Charitable Foundation HRH Foundation The Hubbell Group Geoffrey F. Ide and Peggy Hernandez Stacey H. Jacobson Esther B. Kahn Charitable Foundation KDSA Consulting, LLC Caren and Guy Leedom Marigold Charitable Trust The Mashikian Family Massachusetts Charitable Society Lisa K. Matthews and Andrew Byrne McGladrey LLP McKinsey & Company Christopher and Catherine Milton Lauren and Timothy Miner Elizabeth Childs Murphy Trust Nadastra National Home Furnishings Association Harry D. Neary Fund The New England Patriots Charitable Foundation The Nokomis Fund Richard S. Noone, Jr. and Leslie D. Damon Paula J. O’Keeffe Carol and John O’Neil The Pabis Foundation Robert A. Paolucci Thomas Anthony Pappas Charitable Foundation G. Gorham Peters Trust James Pinney Pioneer Investments Robert and Elizabeth Pozen Procter and Gamble/Gillette Rideout Foundation For Families Eileen and Bud Roche Family Fund John J. Sacco and Edith L. Sacco Charitable Foundation Gregory and Karen Salvucci SAP America, Inc. Saquish Foundation Deborah Stein Sharpe and James M. Sharpe Laurie and Eric Slifka

State Street Corporation Isabell Stawicki Stop and Shop Corporation, New England Division Raymond M. Sullivan Sun Life Financial United Way of Tri-State, Inc. Anne H. and Raimund G. Vanderweil, Jr. Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. Edwin S. Webster Foundation John and Ann Webster Wells Fargo Capital Finance Henry T. Wiggin Charitable Trust Barbara and Ed Wilson

PRESIDENT’S CABINET ($5,000 to $9,999) Anonymous (6) AEW Capital Management Employees AIG Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Anderson Bank of America Merrill Lynch Shelley Barrows Dale and Beverly Bearden Joshua & Anita Bekenstein Charitable Fund The Bennett Family Foundation Paul and Rebecca Bidwell-Hanson The Boston Bruins Boston Celtics Shamrock Foundation Boston Financial Data Services Boston Medical Center Boston Private Bank & Trust Co Boston Properties Boston Scientific Corporation Mr. and Mrs. William G. Brooks James and Deborah Burrows Charles River Associates Charles River Laboratories Laura and Chris Choma Citizens Bank Matthew and Diana Coldren Colliers International Combined Federal Campaign Commonwealth Financial Network Mr. and Mrs. Richard F. Connolly, Jr. Eileen and Jack Connors, Jr. Doris Drescher Cook Josephine and Louise Crane Foundation Kevin and Patricia Cronin Dean Foundation for Little Children Delta Dental of Massachusetts Susan A. DeRoche Devany Energy Duane Morris, LLP EMD Millipore Edmond English Execuspace Construction Corp Robert and Iris Fanger


Amy Fardella Tracey and Joe Flaherty Americo J. Francisco Charitable Trust Mr. and Mrs. J. Walter Freiberg, III, Ph.D., J.D. Gil and Alli Fronzaglia Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ganjei General Electric Foundation Give With Liberty The Gould Charitable Foundation Deborah and Charles Gray The Julia & Seymour Gross Foundation Inc. Harbor Capital Advisors, Inc. John and Carol Harrington Kathleen A. Harrington Scholarship Fund John and Christina Hennessey Herb Chambers Charitable Foundation, Inc. Robert and Pamela Herbst Hill, Holliday, Connors, Cosmopulos, Inc. Joseph and Linda Hooley Barbara and Amos Hostetter June S. Hubbard John Hancock Financial Services Jones Lang LaSalle JP Morgan Chase & Co. Lori and Stewart Karger Christian and Alexandra Klee Kramer Portraits Leggat McCall Properties, Inc. The Lenox Hotel Lia Sophia Loomis, Sayles & Company, L.P. LPL Financial Services Raymond and Susan Lynds Michael R. Mach George and Ann Macomber Mandarin Oriental Boston Marsh USA Maggie and Roger Merrill John C. Morrison & Eunice B. Morrison Charitable Foundation Richard and Jill Murphy The New England Council Next Generation Children’s Centers Northstar Project & Real Estate Services Novack Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Richard B. Osterberg David and Virginia Packer Jamie Pierce and Rick Cresswell Pitney Bowes, Inc. Sandra P. Polimeno PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP Red Sox Foundation The Reebok Foundation Bridie Rielly Charitable Trust Sarah W. Rollins Ropes & Gray LLP Joseph and Terry Chen Rothchild Roundel 47, LLC Terry and Larry Salvucci Nicola and Whitney Savignano The Savings Bank Life Insurance Company of Massachusetts

Seaport Companies Robert and Jean Sheridan Shoebuy.com Shorenstein Realty Services Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Shriver Mr. and Mrs. Richard B. Slifka Shirley Spero Staples Foundation for Learning, Inc. Steward Health Care System Stewart Title Sugarman TD Bank Boston Office J. Owen and Eileen Todd Tufts Health Plan UBS Financial Services United Way of Rhode Island Valley of the Sun United Way VHB/Vanasse Hangen Brustlin, Inc. Vinson & Elkins LLP Mrs. Carole Waite Mr. and Mrs. Liam J. Walsh Vila B. Webber Charitable Trust Webster Bank Elizabeth Weiler Wells Fargo Bank Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Wells, III Westfield Capital Management Company, Inc Weston Patrick, P.A. WilmerHale Clara B. Winthrop Charitable Trust

PRESIDENT’S COUNCIL ($2,500 to $4,999) Anonymous (5) 1376 River Trust Condo Association 360 Public Relations LLC Michael Acton and Miriam Smith The Dr. Anne H. Addington Fund Dennis and Catherine Arinella Bank of America United Way Campaign Allison Barry Samantha Bendetson Mr. and Mrs. Paul Berlinguet Bernie & Phyl’s Furniture A.U. Bird Trust Bob and Karen Boudreau Boston Herald Breckinridge Capital Advisors, Inc. Bunker Hill Community College William Carroll The Cash Catalyst, LLC Cellai Law Offices CHNA 7 Claudine M. Ciccia Cheryl Clark Columbian Lodge A.F. & A.M. Commonwealth of Massachusetts Employees Charitable Campaign Consolidated Service Corporation Alicia M. Cooney and Stephen Quigley Stephen Darr and Linda Fermery Jonathan and Margot Davis Diesel Direct DLA Piper US LLP Donna Karan

Downey Capital Management, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Scott R. Emerman Mark and Jill Engerman Eventbrite Edward and Helene Faneuil First Parish of Arlington Lionel and Judith Fortin Foundation for Metrowest The Fuller Foundation Grimshaw-Gudewicz Charitable Foundation Ian and Dianne Gutterman Harvard University Employees High Pointe Foundation Hirsch Roberts Weinstein LLP Trust of Adelaide B. Howland HUB International New England, LLC IBM Employee Services Center Ricki Jacobson Mr. and Mrs. Steve Jacobson John Hancock Matching Gifts Program Christopher Johnson and Kenneth Repp Katsiroubas Brothers Wholesale Fruit & Produce Ellen King Xanthra Kolk Christina Larson and John Kelly Lighthouse Wealth Management George and Ilse Lohrer Raymond and Susan Lynds Teri and Ian Macduff Mandarin Oriental Foundation Manduka Marcus Partners Michelle McDonough and Cynthia Mulica Joan McLaughlin E.F. Merkert 1996 Charitable Foundation Randy S. Meyers and Jeffrey Rand MIT Federal Credit Union Drs. Anna J. Mitus and Jay D. Orlander Barbara Moore and Jack VanWoerkom Nahikian Family Foundation Giovanni P. Olivei Kathleen O’Sullivan Papa Gino’s INC. Joseph Perini Memorial Foundation Picis Pillsbury Charitable Trust Margot C. Pyle Michael P. Quercio Richard and Joanne Ramsey Janne and Matthew Rigatti Lisa K. Rowan-Gillis and Gary M. Gillis Happy and Will Rowe The Ruggles Family Foundation Salvucci Masonry Co., Inc. Mr. and Mrs. David Schelzi Mr. and Mrs. Richard Schmidt Joanne Sewell Warren C. Shoop Trust of Laura Sibbel Fiske Silvertone Bar & Grill Adam and Gail Slifka

Barry F. Smith and Susan Ogrodnik-Smith James and Susan Smith Mrs. Beatrice F. Spiller State Street Matching Gift Program Structure Consulting Group Lesli Suggs John and Cathleen Sullivan TD Ameritrade Clearing Tech Mechanical Systems, Inc Patricia E. Trebino Trinity Partners Matthew and Denise Troxell Turf Technologies UGL Services W.T. Phelan & Co. Insurance Agency, Inc. Wayfair, LLC Diane Welsh Janet and James Wheeler Whole Foods Market, North Atlantic Robert H. Willoughby Sharon and Wesley Wratchford

PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE ($1,000 to $2,499) Anonymous (30) 6one7 Productions Dr. Ralph Aarons and Dr. Elizabeth Aarons Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey A. Abber Adage Capital Management, L.P. Robert E. Alan Algonquin Regional High School Allison Family Fund Jeff Alpaugh Altman-Stiller Foundation David and Holly Ambler Ameriprise Financial, Inc. Corporate Giving Program Elizabeth M. Ames David and Melinda Anderson Gaille Anderson The Andover – Green’s Fund The APAS Foundation Aquanor Marketing, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Arakelian Arbella Insurance Group Charitable Foundation Hillary Ashton Atlantic Associates, Inc. Dennis and Susan Ausiello Diane Ayache Sibylle Baier Charles D. Baker Cole and Avery Barbeau Jeffrey and Ruth Barker Cornelia Barnard Barter Family Trust James and Eloise Barter Henry and Terri Baybutt Beals and Thomas, Inc. Robert and Ruth Benker Stephen and Lurana Bergson Michael Biagioni Michael Bianca Kelly Bierly Richard Bijjani

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Leadership Circle of Hope (continued) Birchwood Charitable Trust Lawrence R. Bisbee, Jr. Mark Bissell Peter J. Black and Christine C. Cooney BlackRock Foundation Edward and Barbara Boches Bohler Engineering MA, LLC Charles S. Boit Bootcamp Super Santas Shelly Booth The Boston Educational Development Foundation The Boston Lawyers Group William H. Brack and Jessica Anne Ladd Dan Bradley Shawn and Kathleen Bragdon Ellen Brezniak Brigham and Women’s Hospital – Oncology Joshua and Fiona Brooks Andrew Buckman Build-A-Bear Foundation Buildium, LLC Mrs. Ellen Bullard Doug and Connie Burton Susan O. Bush Cain Brothers & Company, Inc. David and Patricia Cameron Mary and Chris Canavan John G. and Peggy Carberry Keith F. Carlson Ian T. Carnathan Joseph Carper and Susan McKittrick Michael and Margaret Carrington Carroll Charitable Foundation Francis R. Carroll Mr. and Mrs. Antonio Carvalho Mr. and Mrs. Peter Catanese Lucille T. Cesari Mrs. Joanna Chanis and Dr. Vasilios Mourmoutis Charles River Apparel Joshua Childs Kathleen Childs Anjali and Yash Chitre Christina and Tim Cohen The Christopher Catanese Children’s Foundation City of Boston Employees’ Charitable Campaign Eugene and Meredith Clapp Mr. and Mrs. John J. Cleary Sherryl and Gerard Cohen Tim and Christina Cohen Victor and Janet Coletti Charles and Camilla Collova Concert Pharmaceuticals Jeff Conklin Christian Connors Charles M. Cook Cool Cow Ice Cream CoxLevin LLC David and Janet Coyle Michael and Mary Coyne

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Mary A. Crabtree Fund Eileen Crittle Mr. and Mrs. John J. Cullinane Christopher G. Cunniff Richard D. Curran Randi and Joel Cutler CVS Caremark Todd E. Dambrauskas Bruce Daniel and Susan Dacey William and Kathleen Davidson Amy Davis and Frank Dunau Michael K. Davis John and Margaret Dawson Dedham Institution for Savings Foundation Margaret Degou David and Deborah Deitz Vinita Deodhar and Ajay Joshi Dylan DeSimone Thomas and Laurie DesRosier Clayton G. Deutsch Mr. and Mrs. James Devaney Mr. and Mrs. Bernard M. Devine, Jr. Peter Diana Molly Diggins and Mark Duggan Mr. and Mrs. Timothy W. Diggins DiGiovanni Family Ted and Coleen Dinneen William and Julie Doe Mrs. Kathy Doherty Kevin and Joan Donahue Mr. and Mrs. James M. Donovan Mr. and Mrs. William H. Donovan R. Michael Dorsch Mark Doyle Ken Drucker Joseph P. Duffey Mr. and Mrs. James Dufort Dun-Rite Cleaning Earthshare Eaton Vance Investment Managers James and Kathleen Elcock Ronald F. Enemark Equity Office Properties Trust Esherick Family Fund Pamela D. Everhart Frank and Eileen Faggiano Charles and Anne Farrington Edward and Kate Farrington Sharon and Morton Fearey Federal Street Advisors, Inc. David and Vinita Ferrera Festive Adventures, Inc. William M. Fitzgerald Foliage Software Systems Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence S. Foster Mary I. Fulton Patricia L. Furness Kathleen M. Gallagher Robert and Catherine Gallagher Nicholas and Meghan Gambino Sandy and Dozier Gardner Anthony Gemma Gina Gesamondo The Giving Common Keith Glover and Lenore Hill

Bill Goebel Daniel L. Goldberg Carolyn Golden Hebsgaard Jonathan Goodman and Elizabeth Silverman Michael and Karen Gorton Nathaniel and Jodi Gorton Grandin Family Foundation Grantham, Mayo, Van Otterloo Nancy and Gary Greenberg Michelle Greenspun Patricia A. Griffin Grousbeck Trust Guido Guidotti Mark Gunn H.M.L. Associates Stuart Haber Eileen F. Haggerty Robert Hallsworth Anne K. Halvorsen Estate of Eugene B. Hamilton Richard Merrill Haney, Ph.D. and Merle Marie McConnell, M.L.S. The Hartford Antoine Hatoun and Andrea Levitt Mr. and Mrs. James W. Hawes Health Policy Associates, Inc. Teresa Heinz and John Kerry Denis and Elizabeth Helm Hewlett Family Charitable Gift Fund Hicks Family Charitable Foundation Hiram Youth Development Center Evelyn F. Hitchcock Hollingsworth & Vose Company Linda Cotone Hoyt Krista Huff and Gregory McGurk John Hughes Robert M. Hussey Joseph A. Imbimbo Independent Order of Odd Fellows Dept Assoc L.A.P.M. of MA Infinity Pharmaceuticals, Inc. Insurance Fraud Bureau of Massachusetts Edie Janas JD Cordage, LLC Amy and Rob Job Mr. and Mrs. Bruce K. Johnson Nancy and William Johnston David Johst and Denise Bordonaro Jolie & Company Cynthia Jones Joymark Inc. Leila R. Kamal Mr. and Mrs. John R. Karlberg Mr. and Mrs. Steven Kaseta Loretta Keane Chris Keeley Cynthia Kelliher, Esq. Mary E. Kelly Michael Kelly Donna and Ronald Kendall Christine E. Kenny The Kenwood Foundation Amina Khan Susan Kincaid and Ralph Luongo King Spruce Company Bonnie E. Kirchner CFP, MST

KNC Mechanical James T. Knowles George and Carolyn Koehler Mr. and Mrs. Harold G. Kotler Frederick and Susan Kramer Mrs. Luella S. Kramer KSP Financial Consultants Stephen and Mary Ann La Pierre Mr. and Mrs. Brian P. Lambert John and Caroline Langan Mr. and Mrs. Salvatore Lanuto Andrew Larson and Steven Gray The Lassor & Fanny Agoos Charity Fund John P. and Craig F. Lawrence Leader Bank Henry and Mary Lee Scott Levy Gardner Lewis Mrs. Dorothy L’Homme and Melissa M. L’Homme James G. Liebau Trust of Alfred V. Lincoln Linedata Services, Inc. Mark H. Lippolt The LJS Family Fund Ian and Isabelle Loring Barbara and Antonio J. Lorusso, Jr. F. Cameron Ludwig Mr. and Mrs. David R. Lynn Elizabeth and John Mace MacFarlane Energy Mr. and Mrs. Loran B. Macumber Thomas and Joanne Magliozzi Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. Maguire Carly Maher Bridget R. Maillet Gregory P. Mailloux Mandarin Oriental San Francisco Mrs. Polly S. Mapes Michael Marcella Robert and Donna Maresca Massport Public Services Christine McCormick Maureen McGovern Thomas J. McNichol Nelson Mead Fund Meadowood Honorable Marty Meehan Mr. and Mrs. Michael Melaugh Robert P. Melendy Merkle Inc. Ethan Meyers The Miami Dolphins MIB Group, Inc. Barbara Carter Moore Jennette Morgan Morgan Stanley Mormann Family Fund Joseph Morris Mrs. Clara J. Motter Carolyn G. Mugar Timothy and Sara Mulcahy Mullen Advertising, Inc. John and Catherine Murphy Irfan Nafrullah Jennifer A. Nassour and Charles J. Brucato


Paula Nelson New England Office Connection, Inc. New England Revolution New England Sports Network Susane K. Newell The Newman School Newton Running Company Nolan Sheehan Patten LLP Northeastern University NWBR LLC Gary and Martha Oberstein The Family of Francis P. O’Connor Mr. and Mrs. Ian O’Keeffe Charles A. Olsson One Beacon Charitable Trust O’Neill and Associates Maureen F. O’Neill Wyn O’Shea Linda and Edward Owens Oxford Fund, Inc. Mary Palmer William J. Pananos The Pappas Family Charitable Fund Peter D. Parker and Susan Clare Parkway Message Center, Inc. Kim Payson Charles H. Pearson Foundation Fund Trust of Louise Pease Mr. and Mrs. Robert Penna Alfonso and Monica Perillo Law Offices of Stephanie A. Petty, LLC Gretchen Pfuetze and Ethan Thurow The Piwinski Family Plimpton-Shattuck Fund Plumb House, Inc. Kimberly R. Plummer Tiziana Polizio Mrs. Kathryn M. Portle

Kate Poverman and Raphael Bueno Paula A. and Michael D. Price Shelly Rainen Kelley and Hamilton Ray Katherine C. Raymond Roger and Hannelore Reiser Yvonne and Richard Renwick Kennedy P. Richardson The Ritz Carlton Boston Common Joyce L. Robsham Barbara and Pat Roche Rota Portrait Design Karen and Richard Ruben David and Sandra Rullo Kathleen M. Russo Miss Theresa M. Sabean Barbara J. Saint Andre Suzanne Salvucci Gerald and Lucille Sands Joshua Santana Mr. and Mrs. Hans P. Schaefer The Schechter Foundation – Gail and David Schechter Frederick and Kathleen Schultz SCOOP Management, LLC Laura J. Sen Mr. and Mrs. Charles Senechal Michael and Jennifer Sexton Timothy D. Shay Henry and Joyce Shepherd Sheraton Framingham Hotel Ross and Kathleen Sherbrooke The Simpson Corporation Erik Sirri Slade Gorton & Company, Inc. Jane and Gordon Slaney The Slater Foundation Inc. Samuel Slater

Mr. and Mrs. Matthew J. Sliwa, III Peter and Maria Smail Beatriz Pina Smith Joseph M. Smith and Scott A. Popkowski Mark Snyder Naomi Sobel and Diana Doty Michael E. Solomon Lilyane and Peter Soltz Farzaneh A. Sorond and Soad F. Kousheshi Carolyn and Andrew Spangler Sparrow Enterprises, Ltd. Sports Club, L.A. The Abbott & Leslie Sprague Family Foundation Trust under the Will of Barbara Stackpole Martin C. Stanger James and Joan Stanley Nora Stanulonis Staples, Inc. Deborah and Ben Starr Nadine and Alexander Steffan Seth and Jennifer Stier Nicole and Ted Stimpson Strategic Benefit Advisors, Inc Genevieve and Stephen Sweeney Kevin and Joan Symmons Sandra A. Tamer Taylor & Luongo Charitable Gift Fund Gavin A. Taylor Carol A. Thomas Thomas Fallon Photography Thomas Fund of the Princeton Area Community Foundation Mr. and Mrs. John Thomas Tim and Bonnie Thomas

David and Nancy Thyng Tocci, Goss & Lee PC Gene and Susan Tremblay Brian and Anne Trinque United Parish of Auburndale United Way Suncoast Jerome Urvoy and Marc-Andre Wurbel Kristin Kellogg Valdmanis Patricia and Stephen Villani Mrs. Cynthia Walker Joan Wallace-Benjamin, Ph.D. and Milton J. Benjamin, Jr. Walsh Brothers, Inc. The Wang Center for the Performing Arts Alvin and Judy Warren Alexander B. Wayman Rick and Patti Wayne WCVB-TV Channel 5 The Frederick E. Weber Charities Corporation Eric Weiss Wells Family Foundation Beth K. Werths The Whistler Fund LeRoy White, Jr. Whittier Family Charitable Gift Fund Duncan and Kim Wilkinson Lee Wise and Elaine M. Sullivan Kent B. Wittler Mrs. Arlene Wolk Valerie A. Yarashus Paula Zavrl

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

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Making The Home the beneficiary of their

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Establishing a charitable gift annuity

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Bequeathing the balance in their savings account to The Home

insurance policy

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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, 2012 and June 30, 2013.

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($500 to $999) Anonymous (19) Brian J. Abbanat Sonia S. Abrams ABTS Convention Services Acosta AcuIty Business Integration, Inc. Karen and Brian Adams Aetna Foundation Alere Marcia T. Allen and Kevin J. Doherty Stephen C. Allen AlphaSimplex Group, LLC Kara L. Amara David and Elizabeth Ames Santhosh Anand Paul C. Anderson Joanne Andrews Mr. and Mrs. T.K. Ankner Ken Ansin Gail Arnold Jacqueline Arocho Mr. and Mrs. Bryan J. Arvai Jonathan and Colleen Ash Adrienne Atkinson Atwood & Cherny AvalonBay Communities, Inc Steven and Angela Bader Steve and Deborah Baker Banana Republic — Boston Robert Banaski Anthony Barbagallo and Kristen Fowks Mr. and Mrs. Albert F. Barbaro Dr. Rosalind Barnett Sharon Batchelder The Bay State Federal Savings Charitable Foundation Jeffrey Beale Kurt P. Belken Christopher Belmonte Donna Belmonte Benchmark Assisted Living LLC The Bennett-Hemenway School Paula Bentinck-Smith Bergen County United Way Patricia Bernazzani Paul D. Bertoli, Jr. Marin Blitzer Joshua D. Bogen Philip and Carol Bois Boston Celtics The Boston Sisters Convent Boston University College of Communications Sean and Tany Boulger Richard and Deborah Boutilier Doris E. Bouwensch

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Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Boyce Susan Boyle David and Barbara Brierley James M. Broderick and Karen A. Johnson Jean Brodnax Myles A. Brown and Judy Garber Pat Bryant Heather and Christopher Buder Tom and Judy Bullitt David and Ethel Butler Thomas J. Butters David and Moira Byer Byrne Financial Freedom, LLC Joseph and Jeannine Byrne C. E. Floyd Co., Inc. Cabot-Wellington, LLC Brian W. Calvert Jennifer Calvo Paul D. Cammarata D.M.D. Elizabeth and Ronald Campbell Patrick Campbell Sybil A. Campbell Leslie and Lynn Cannon Cardinal Medeiros Transitional Program Laura and Andrew Carnase Emily Carroll Ishrat Cheema Peter J. Cheever George and Mary Chin Bernard C. Chioccariello Jennifer Christie Mirza and Nora Cifric Clarion Healthcare Employees Claudia G. Clark Sandra Clarke Terry Hart Cogan Jerome D. Cohen Joel and Stephanie Cohen Jason Colbert Coldwell Banker Duxbury Dr. James M. Coleman Christine Collins Janice L. Colombi Deborah A. Colony Combined Federal Campaign of Rhode Island and SE MA Marlies I. Comjean Commercial Construction Consulting, Inc. Edward R. Comstock Mark Coneeny Congress Wealth Management, LLC George Conner Dr. Patricia A. Connolly Maureen A. Conroy J. Linzee Coolidge Patricia Cornelison

Mr. and Mrs. Russell V. Corsini, Jr. Armand Cortina Kerstin Cotran Mr. and Mrs. W. Read Coughlin Vivian Cournoyer F. Richard Couture Todd and Amy Cowgill Jennifer Cox Lynda M. Coye Nancy Coyle Daniel R. Coyne Adam and Lisa Crane Dr. and Mrs. Keith Crawford Gary and Jeanne Cronin Kate Crowley Miss Stacy L. Cuffe William F. Cummings Marion O. Cunningham Curis, Inc. Randolph Cutress Paula and John Daher Mr. and Mrs. Arthur G. D’Angelo Steven and Helena D’Angelo Danversport Yacht Club, Inc. Rich Davey Estate of Charles Davis Christopher J. Davis Mr. and Mrs. Edmund B. Davis Kelly Davis Mary Dawley Denis Deagle Mr. and Mrs. Domenic DeAngelo Megan DeGrass Mr. Sean Delaney Valerie Denomy Department of Transitional Assistance Anna T. Dern Alfred W. Descenza Thomas and Mary DeSimone Matthew DeSutter and Donna Paglia Robert J. Devaney, Jr. Mrs. Gloria Di Geronimo Mr. and Mrs. Leonard John DiCarlo Mark C. Dickson Mrs. Elinor A. Dilorio Lynn Dionne Julie B. Doran and Friends Paul and Barbara Dowling Christopher Downey Alysa E. Doyle, Ph.D. Kyle Draeger David Duclos Robert Duffy Elizabeth Duggan Michael Dunn William and Leah Dusett EDITBAR Scott and Kathleen Edwards Dawn M. Egan Marjorie W. Egan Thomas and Margaret Egan Michael Elkin Jenny Elkus Constance Emmett John L. Ennis Mr. and Mrs. Charles Eshbach Estabrook Advisors, LLC Nelson and Ellie Everts

Laurie Ewald Laura Fahey Kerry P. Falco Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Fanning Joseph W. Fantasia William A. Farrell Lori Favreau Carol Fazio Amanda Fernandez Heidi and Tony Ferreira Karen M. Ferrera Fibus Family Foundation Fifteen Beacon Hotel Alfred J. Filiaggi Jeff Filmore First Chance Foundation First Harbor Company Mark Fisher Daniel P. Fitzgerald Kevin Fitzgerald Daniel J. Fitzpatrick Michael J. Fitzpatrick Patrick J. Fitzsimons Jeffrey Flanagan Mr. and Mrs. Peter Flynn Glendon A. Foley Mr. and Mrs. Timothy E. Forde Forest Foundation Fortune Personnel Consultants Marc Foster Susan B. Furtado Judi Gale Joshua Ganjei Gary Darman Company Gemline Card Gerald Lisa Gheringhelli Ted Giese Jill and Michael Glazer Rober and Beth Goldberg Hannah Goodale Julie Hume Gordon and Phil Gordon Kenneth and Ann Gorson Mrs. Charlotte Heaton Gowen Philip and Barbara Graceffa Dr. William and Mrs. Linda Green Melanie and Richard Green Linda and Alberto Grignolo Marina and Andrew Gross Virginia Guarino Ranjay Gulati Diane T Gulinello Clifton S. Gustafson Hagens Berman Sobol Shapiro George F. Hailer Yasmin Hamed Bonnie N. Hanisch Leonard F. Hanna Robert and Margaret Hannemann John M. Hannigan Kent F. Hansen, Ph.D. Trevor Harlow Harvard Pilgrim — Care Management Staff Debra E. Harvey Jessica Hawks William Heinz Mary E. Heiser


John J. Hennessey John and Linnea Hennessy Henry F. Owens, Inc. Elizabeth J. Herlihy Nancy L. Herring James and Marilyn Heskett Stephen and Donna Hickox Rosemary H. Higginson Highfields Capital Management LP Jennifer S. Hilton Stephen and Ann Hogan Hong Kong at Faneuil Hall Steven and Heather Horan Michael Horowitz Robert Houde Mr. and Mrs. Justin Houk Michael and Susan Houle Steven Hudberg David K. Hudson David Hugh Fund Alison Husid Walter and Suzanne Huskins Robert Hyland Michele Iacopino Jeannette Iles James P. Ingram Insperity ISD - Knowledge Management J.M. Services, CO., LLC Duane and Deborah C. Jackson Janis Research Company Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Januszewski Joseph R. Jenkins David Jennings and Jennifer Krebs Nancy and Peter Jeton Steven Jilcott Georgia M. Johnson Lynne A. Johnson Hilary Johnston Holly and Bruce Johnstone Jones Lang LaSalle Americas Maureen A. Joyce Kerri Judge Denise Kaigler Eileen M. Kane Kathryn M. Karazia Steve Karnolt Eric Karnowski Mrs. Susan Kaufman Christopher A. Kazantis Donna and Walter Kelleher Morris and Elizabeth Kellogg Alice Kelly Barbara M. Kelly William Kennedy Kenneth Berman Photography Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Kenney Mr. and Mrs. David Kettner Scott and Jennifer Kirwin The Klein Family Charitable Fund Carmella A. Kletjian Wendell J. Knox and Lucy Algere Byron Koh and Fran Wall Helen R. Krasinski Krokidas & Bluestein LLP Kronos Incorporated Nobuko O. Kuhn Joseph Kvedar

Elizabeth and James Ladd David F. Lafferty Dr. Lorna Lally Raymond and Marie Lambert Peter Landry Latham & Watkins Mr. and Mrs. Frank R. Lawrence Paul Le Vie Laura L. Lester Pamela W. Levine Ralph Levoy Robert Lieberman and Marcia Lieberman The Life Initiative Andrew Limeri Denis and Rebecca Lin Jeffery K. Lines Cyrus B. Linscott Mr. and Mrs. John LoConte Timothy R. Loff Kai Lopes The Loring Family Fund Douglas and Linsey Low Ralph W. Lowry Elisabeth A. Luick Joanna Lussier Daniel G. Lynch Bryan MacCormack Luke Macdonald Douglas Mackie Janet MacQuarrie Mike MacWade Dave Mankoff Mann & Rogers Funeral Home Jamie J. Manning Deborah L. Marshall John B. Martin Peter J. Martin Massachusetts Capital Resource Company Massachusetts Municipal Association Massbearz Stephen Matheson Samuel J. Matthews Ross Mayer Mr. and Mrs. Gerard P. McCarthy Robert B. McCauley Kevin F. McCune Carol C. McDonough Jeffrey McHarg and Elaine Dors Kathryn McKenna Amy McLaughlin Pamela Mclaurin Stephen J. McMahon Carol McNeil Mary A. McQueston The Stephen Mead Charitable Fund Arthur and Jeanne Meehan Michael J. Meehan John and Christen Meola Merck Partnership for Giving Merrill Lynch Merrimac Charitable Trust Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Meskell Katherine P. Messenger Nicholas Middleton Midriff Records Corp. Mill Street Investment Management

Millennium Partners Sports Club Management Michael Miller D. Quinn H. Mills MIT Community Services Office Employees Pierre Monfils Stephen Mongeau and Janice Ruell John Montgomery Jill and Paul Morelli Mr. and Mrs. Keith Morgan Morgan Stanley Eliott Morra Dawn Mortimer MSCI Inc. George and Beth Murnaghan Eric A. Murphy Gerald Murphy Kathryn Cochrane Murphy Robert J. Murray Patricia Nassau National Facility Services, Inc. Stephen Nawrocki Cara Nelson Sarah Nethercote Lance A. and Deborah C. Neumann New Covenant Foundation, Inc. Richard L. Newman NGP VAN, Inc. Nimble Partners Nina McLemore LLC NPR Digital Services NSTAR Foundation Nutter, McClennen & Fish LLP Megan and Robert O’Block Mr. and Mrs. James O’Brien O’Connor & Drew, P.C. David O’Donahoe and Diane Pienta Mary O’Donnell Marsha P. Oest Kevin A. O’Laughlin Audrey E. Olsen Mrs. Lynne Osborn Mary O’Sullivan Maryann Ouellette Michelle R. Ouellette Deborah S. Palmer Diane Palombi Mr. and Mrs. Michael Pankievich, Sr. Sam Patel George C. Patsouris & George M. Bennett Allison and Stephen Pellegrino Sara and Daniel Pellegrom Nancy E. Petronio John Petrowsky and Thomas Vise Pfizer Foundation Matching Gifts Program Pfizer Inc. — Cardiovascular and Metabolic Disease Research Beth L. Phillips Physical Sciences, Inc. Alaina J. Giampapa Pica Kasper Pilibosian Marsha Pliakas Plymouth Congregational Church of Belmont Poduska Family Foundation Inc.

Jennifer Pollock Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred J. Pouliot, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Christopher B. Price Frederick and Ruthann Prifty Pro Tools & Supply Mr. and Mrs. John Quint Fred Ramos Deni Randall Raymond James Financial, Inc. Claudio Rebbi Jeanette Reedy Regan P. Remillard Foundation David and Jessica Reilly Suzanne and Jack Reno Paul and Donna Resten Matthew and Andrea Roberts Mr. and Mrs. Philip S. Robertson Rodman Ford Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Roman Heather Roney and Michael Yalon Paul and Margaret Rosenberg Robert and Marcia Roy Stephen and Janet Ruggiero Kyle Rys and Carrie Rainen Steven Safren Robert and Lee Salern Paul and Kate Santoro Annmarie Sasdi Gared Schneberger Catherine G. Schneider William R. and Leslie A. Schroeder Mr. and Mrs. Oreon Scott Dr. and Mrs. R. Michael Scott Jeannie Seidler Dr. Eva M. Selhub Jill Sharif Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sheldon Elizabeth F. Shephard Walter A. Shephard George and Beatrice Sherman Family Trust Lucy I. Sherman Charitable Foundation Norton L. Sherman Robert A. Sherman and Kim Sawyer Amy and Everett Shorey Mr. and Mrs. Richard G. Shults Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Silver Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Singer Donna M. Sirutis Paul and Lisa Slack Donna Small Harold T. N. Smith Memorial Foundation Snyder Fund for Charitable Giving Douglas and Janet Spicer James W. Spitzer Richard Sprague Springfield College Star of Bethlehem Lodge AF & AM Walter Grove Fund Geoffrey and April Stein Dr. Antonia Stephen Jay and Julie Stephens Frank Stevens Stowe Mountain Lodge Mary Strachan Ellen Sugarman Daniel and Leslie Sullivan

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Circle of Hope (continued)

ADVOCATE ($250 to $499)

Jeanne M. Sullivan Joe Sullivan Joseph and Marcia Sullivan Sarah Sullivan Suzanne Swift Mr. and Mrs. Brendan Swords Mr. and Mrs. Jim Sylvia Talia Don Bernard A. Taradash Michael and Merle Tarnow Scott Taylor and Laura Hodges Taylor Sosi Thoomajanian ThreeBees Fund TIAA-CREF Employee Giving Campaign Jennifer and Ethan Titus Todd & Weld LLP Richard C. Tolson Magdalena Tosteson Travelers Insurance Matthew Trotter Arthur and Ingeborg Uhlir Unitarian Universalist Area Church United Way of Bergen County Urban Outfitters Boston Richard D. Urell Vanguard Charitable Endowment Program Charles VanMeter and Donna Marcin Verizon Foundation Marc R. Verreault Gerard Verweij and Anna Lee Verweij Luis and Jennifer Vidal Ernest & Beatrice Von Mertens Charitable Lead Trust Mr. and Mrs. Jake and Susan Walsh William Waters Watson Printing Co., Inc. Scott Wayne Mr. and Mrs. Ross D. Weiler Mrs. Constance V.R. White William H. Whitledge Steven Wildes David and Lisa Wilk Donna Williams Anthony and Susan Wilson Dawn Wise The Women’s Alliance First Church in Chestnut Hill Wistar Wood Worthwhile Life Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Kevin P. Wythe Janice T. Yakel Michael and Andrea Yanoff William S. Yerazunis James and Kathy Yoshizawa Jane O. Youngren YourCause, LLC Za-Beth’s Magic Carpet Michael Zargaj Edward Zuker and Judi Rotenberg

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Anonymous (29) A.C Whelan Elementary School Pamela A. Abenaim Abendroth, Berns & Warner, LLC Acadian Asset Management, LLC Dr. and Mrs. Albert Ackil ACP Cleaning, Inc. Robin, Kellian & Ashley Adams Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. Adler Lesley M. Ahern Anjali and Andrew Ahn Mrs. Susan R. Aidala Tom Allen Allstate Giving Campaign Richard A. Amato Mrs. Francis Amatucci Peter Ambrosini American Contract Group Amgen Foundation Matching Gift Program Thomas R. Amos Stanford Amstutz Anchor Capital Advisors, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. George M. Anderson Mary Anderson Nicholas Andrade Augusto E. Andres James and Jane Archambeault Peter Arden Victoria Argyrople Stacey and Nick Arnieri Mr. and Mrs. Gary Arvanigian ASAP Environmental Inc. Bryan Ash Marny Ashburne Matthew Asiaf Astro-Med, Inc Mrs. Pamela A. Avedisian Margery B. Avirett B.W. Kennedy & Co. Janice E. Badessa BAE Employee Community Service Fund, Inc. Susan Baggett and Richard Sergel Rosemary Bagnell Charlie Baker Robert P. Ball James P. Ballard Elena A. Balzac Banana Republic 8708 Mrs. Julie Barbour-Issa Paul J. Barlett Dr. and Mrs. David Barlow Sandra Barnes Mrs. Elena Baron Susan and Rob Barrett Joseph P. Barri Joseph and Jeanne Bartolo Robert A. Barton Suzanne W. Bates Bay State Model Railroad Museum Mrs. Helen R. Beal Curtis and Karen Beard Nancy K. Beaumont Carolyn L. Beckman-Stitson

Carrie Begley Jessica Bell Ross S. Bellar Nancy Benchoff Benemax, Inc. Alex Bennett Maria F. Benotti Clyde and Rene Bergstresser Robert W. Berland David Berman Nora Bernarducci Mr. and Mrs. Warren Besser Mr. and Mrs. Dikran Betzig Bishop Fenwick High School, Inc. Elizabeth P. Black Peter Blau Amy Blumenthal Margery Bohan Kathleen Bohner William and Lily Bond Mr. and Mrs. Donald F. Bonito Dan Bonnette Robert and Margaret Bonney John C. Boothroyd Boston Athletic Club Boston By Segway Dimas Botelho Gayle A. Bourdeau Richard and Joan Bowen George and Aimee Bower Nancy Boyle Kathleen Bradley Susan Brady Deanna Bragger Craig Brandon Nanette C. Braucher Wayne Bresnahan Margot H. Brickelmaier Nancy Brickley Brigham and Women’s Hospital — Clinical Sciences Brilliant Pictures, Inc Mr. and Mrs. Frank P. Brillo Richard Brinker The British School of Boston Cynthia C. Brown David A. Brown Mrs. James F. Brown Jane M. Brown Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Brown Kathryn Lachelt Brown, Esq. Dr. Rosalind S. Brown Stephanie Browne Georgia G. Bruggeman Meredith Bryan and Family Scott Bryson Mr. and Mrs. Adam J. Bubonovich Oliver Buckley Katherine A. Burdon John F. Burke Judith Burke Julie Burke Maribeth Burke Thomas Burke Alec Burleigh Kennett and Barbara Burnes Bridgit Burns and Calen Pennington Elizabeth M. Puls Burns

Stephanie Burrell Nancy A. Busnach and Joseph D’Ovidio William C. Butcher Alan B. Butler Charles Button Mr. and Mrs. Anthony W. Byrne Elizabeth W. Cabot Cadence Design Systems, Inc. Matching Gift Programs Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Cahill Cynthia L. Cajka Gary and Lynne Callahan James and Luz Callahan Mary H. Campbell, OFS Andrea C. Campenella Canicula Fund CAPA International Education Capital Group Companies Charitable Foundation Gordon Caplan Vincent and Karen Capozzi Arthur Carr Maryann C. Carrazza, D.M.D. Christine and Larry Carsman Mary Ann Carter Mr. and Mrs. Eugene G. Cassis Carlos and Barbara Cevallos Stanley and Dolores Chaban Bob Chabot Sarah M. Chadam Carolyn and Leo Chaharyn Mrs. Susan M. Chandler Nicole Chang Yuchiao Chang Thomas S. Chapman The Charles Hotel Brent Charriere Katherine Chaurette Chestnut Hill Realty Corporation Francis P. and Debra D. Chiacchieri Brian F. Chiango Mr. and Mrs. Phil Chila The Children of St. Ann’s Baptist Church Michelle Choate David and Jeanine Christian Spiro A. Christopulos Mrs. George Chrysanthos Anthony Cintolo James F. Clarke, Jr. Michael and Kathleen Clasby Jean M. Cleary Cynthia Clemson John Clowes Mr. and Mrs. Neil I. Cochrane Nancy Colbert Jason Cole James G. Coletti Sarah J. Coletti Michael and Linda Collins Colonnade Hotel Anne E. Colpitts Mr. and Mrs. John B. Conners Patricia J. Connolly Kenneth and Carol Connor Kelli Connors Mrs. Rosemary A. Connors-Botto


Did you know? During FY13, 2,304 clients and families received clinical care and coordination so they could remain in their homes.

Mark Conway Howard M. Cooper Thomas F. Corcoran Mr. and Mrs. Mario J. Cornacchio Mr. and Mrs. Joe Corrigan Amy E. Costa Katharine Cotugno Courion Corporation Covidien Olga Cozzolino and John Anas James E. Creutz Trish Crockan Patricia M. Crosby David P. Crosscup Sharolyn Crotty Anna and Andreas Cullen-Voyatzakis Paul L. Cummings Robert N. Cunjak Richard Cunningham Kajaal Cupid Curry College Gerald and Jeanne Curtis Sally Cutter Cyrus E. Dallin Elementary School D. J. Walsh Associates, Inc. Barbara A. Daly Elizabeth M. Daly Stephen P. Daly Marcia Damon Anita D’Angelo Anita and Flora D’Angio David Davies Joe And Evelyn Davis Linda Davis Mr. and Mrs. Robert Davis Alan Day Carrie L. Day DB&S Lumber & Home Improvement Centers Christopher Deady Daniel J. DeBassio, Jr. Gloria Deflice Eunice F. Delaney Mr. and Mrs. William F. Delaney

Dell Giving John DelPrete Deutsche Bank Championship Mary and Russell Dexter Manuel Dias Donald and Paula Dickinson Maryrose DiDomenico Mrs. Karen Digravio Jennifer E. Dilts Peter DiMarzio Paul W. DiMaura Mike Doherty Philip G. Dole, Sr. Brian Donegan Caroline E. Donohue John A. Donoian Kevin and Marjorie Dorney Chris Doucet Dover-Sherborn Middle School Duane and Tatiana Downey William E. Doyle Brent T. Dragisich Jinia Drinkwater James and Sharon Duda Benjamin J. Dupnik Ted and Beth Durant Tom and Noelle Durling Dineen M. Dusablon Ruth Anne Dykeman Eastern Bank Charitable Foundation Eastern Dentists Insurance Company B. Edelin Events Planning, Inc. Janet D. Eisendrath Mr. and Mrs. Joseph V. Elia Ellen O’Connell Giving Fund Elliot Badgley Foundation Ann M. Elliott Jeffrey Ellowitz EMC Corporation Stephen J. Engler and John Lopes The Essex Culinary Resort and Spa Dr. Nicholas D. Etcheverry Mr. and Mrs. Jason Etheridge Deena Ethridge

Quinn Eureka Charlie and Peggy Evangelakos April Evans Phyllis C. Fairchild Douglas V. Faller Mark M. Falzone and Linda A. Farney Mr. and Mrs. Edward Farrington Kathy Faulk Kevin and Claudia Feeney Charles B. Feininger Beth F. Felder and Richard A. Siegel Laura Felice Mary and Carolynn Felton Albert L. Fenn Pam Ferguson Ron and Roberta Ferro Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund Fillo Financial LLC Victor Finnemore Richard Fitzgerald Five Star Quality Care, Inc Linda and Paul Flaherty Agustin and Mariblance Fleites Christopher L. Flynn David L. Flynn FM Global Foundation Katherine Fogarty Stephan G. Fopiano, Sr. Preston and Candice Ford Paul E. Foskett Suzanne Foster Ramsey E. Fountain Francis L. Fox Deidre L. Fox Frances Ray Jules Salon Maryann Fraticelli Diane E. Freeman Barry and Evan Freid David and Donna Frenette Fresenius Medical Care North America Hanna Friedenstein Mary Fronk and H. H. Smallridge Mrs. Ellen Furlong

Tim and Tina Fyalkowski Christina Fyock James Gajewski Constance Galanis Teresa M. Gallinaro Paul S. Garber Taunya and Denton Garrett Matthew S. Garzone John and Carol Gately Edward R. Gates Norma E. Gavazzi Sharon Gaynor Michael W. Geis Lawrence Gelb Jessica George James and Kathleen Geraghty Nancy Ghabai Lauren Giacopelli Mrs. Gail Gibbs Cate S. Gilbane Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Gilbert Craig Gilmartin Al and Eileen Gineitis Ginger Betty’s Bakery William Glatfelter Deborah C. Gleason Julie M. Gleason Peter and Catherine Goldring Luisa Gonzalez Mary A. Goodwin Gordon Brothers Group, LLC Susan Gordona Kathryn Gorman Robin F. Gorman William and Kathleen Goss Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. Gottlieb William Grant Carmine A. Greco Chris Gregg Luke Griffin Calvin M. Grimes, Jr. Kate and Dan Grondin The Grossman Companies, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. David A. Grossman

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FY13 Fundraising Facts The Home had a total of 18,218 donors, of which 4,495 were added in FY13. Donors gave a combined $8,996,363 to support our work with children and families. Our Cornerstone Society donors — those giving to The Home for 20 years-plus — grew to a total of 3,162.

Circle of Hope (continued) Arthur S. Grove Mr. and Mrs. Raymond J. Guilbault Mrs. Margaret Gulla Mr. and Mrs. Gerald F. Gustus Ted Hailer Sandra Haiman Richard C. Hale Karen S. Hambleton Hamilton Primary School Jim and Amy Hampe Hanover Middle School Harvey and Jeanne Hansen Laura Hansen Jonathan L. Hargrove Jennifer and Brian Harkins David and Joan Harper Eunice M. Harps Samantha Harriman Mrs. Susan Harrington Michael Hart Hart Supply Co., Inc. Manina O. Harvey Edward Hatch Haymarket Media Mike Hays and Shannon Hays Christopher and Mary Hehman Horace Henderson Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Henderson Robert Scott Henderson Edward and Diane Hendriks Robert R. Henzler Stephanie Herbst Walter Heyde HFF Margaret E. Higgins and Jeffrey P. Peterson Deborah Hildebrandt David Hinds Hingham Lumber Company, Inc Kalon Ho Jane E. Hoffman

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Mark Hollick Mrs. Lucile J. Holliday Homemaker Services, Inc. Stephanie and Robert Hood Kathryn Horgan John Horvath Hotel Marlowe Margaret M. Houlahan Lisa Housman Richard H. Howe Walter Hubley Emilie Huck David Hughes Marilyn Hughes Michael A. Hunt Agnes D. Huot Hurdle Hill Foundation John T. Hurley Mrs. Nancy G. Hurlin Robert N. Husson Dennis I. Huszar Mr. and Mrs. John Hutcheson Hyatt Regency Cambridge The Inn and Spa at Mill Falls Invest in Others Charitable Foundation Inc. iPSG Scott Irvin Daniel P. Irwin and Sheila M. Howard Phillip Isom, IV Gladys and John Jablonski Ann Jackman Jennifer M. Jaynes Melinda S. Jerauld Jims’ Landscaping Inc. Frank D. Johnson Kirk Johnson Linda Johnson Diane R. Johnstone-DeRosa Erik M. Jones Helen Jones Tracy L. Jones B. Glenn and Cindy Jutras Thomas Kachoris

Richard D. Kahn Kathy B. Kalimon Russell L. Kane Mark Kangas Daniel and Pamela Kaplan Maria Katsileros Mrs. Mary Fay Kattman Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Kaufman Evelyn C. Kaupp Suzanne J. Kavanagh Robert D. Keefe Christopher and Theresa Keenan Michelle Keenan Maura Kelley Chris and Leigh Kelter Deborah A. Kenny Mr. and Mrs. Paul S. Kerwin Richard M. Kesner Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth C. Keyser Robert A. Keyworth Lora Khederian Mrs. Joyce Kibbe Matthew E. Kidd Theresa M. Kiernan Mr. and Mrs. John R. Kilroy Sandra T. King and Robert T. Tunis Steven Kingsley Daniel and Sharon Kleitman Knights of Columbus — Winchester Council #210 Maureen Byrne Kobayashi Michael J. Kohn Christopher and Sheryl Kokkinos Mrs. Vivian Kolovos Nataliya Kovalchuk Bill Kracunas Joyce M. Kraley Thomas and Linda Kraus Dr. Jonathan Kruskal Patricia A. Kurkul Ambrose Kwong Landmark Impressions Judy B. Largesse Mr. and Mrs. John Larrabee

Dr. Richard Larschan Douglas A. Lauffenburger and Linda G. Griffith Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Lawrence, Jr. Patricia Lawton Le Meridien Cambridge Robert LeBlanc Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Lee Dr. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth D. Legg Amanda S. Lehman Mr. and Mrs. William Lemnios Courtney Lemoine Beth Lessard Konstantinos Ligris Julianne Lindsay H. Eugene and Nancy M Lindsey Barrie Little-Gill Barbara Litwak Mrs. Edna M. Locke Karen Lonati John Lopes and Stephen J. Engler David Luinis Christine Lukasevicz Kenneth W. Lund Russell and Barbara Lurvey Mr. and Mrs. Gerald T. Lynch James Lyndon William S. Lyons Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lytle Maureen Maas Brenda MacDonald Mr. and Mrs. Peter MacElhiney Mr. and Mrs. Michael E. MacKay Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. MacNevin Jean E. MacQuiddy Paula Magnuson Frances Mahan Meaghan Maher Timothy P. Maher Joseph and Tracey Mahoney Nicholas Mainieri Alan and Marion Malkasian Laura Maltby Jane Mann


Steven Marando Mrs. Denise Marchionda Lisa Maregni Maria Laurence and Associates LLC Mrs. Meghan Marquez Marriott Boston Copley Place Andrew Martin Mr. and Mrs. Stephen A. Martin Joan S. Martinsen Steven J. Marullo Alan Marzi Judith A. Maselli George E. Maskell Teri L. Mason David G. Massad Stephen J. Mastrocola Paul F. Matondi Nancy K. Matthews James Mattie Richard and Yasuko Mattione Mrs. Donna May Nicholas and Kristen Maynard Vincent Mazzarella Mr. and Mrs. Robert McAleer Margaret E. McCarte Maryellen McCarthy Marybeth McConaghy Mr. and Mrs. Ryan McCourt Trevor McCourt Sarah McCoy Waterman Robert and Elaine McDonald Mr. and Mrs. John A. McDonough David and Dena McFadden Denise McGinnis Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey McKay The McKenna Group Ltd. Mr. and Mrs. Harold A. McKinney Laura Mclean Margie McLean Lloyd B. McManus, Jr. Bradley McMillin Patrick McNamara Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Mead, Jr. Carol T. Mei Dr. and Mrs. Peng Mei Mrs. Patricia Melanson Mark and Ines Merolli Beatrice Merriam Arlene F. Michael Middlecott Foundation James and Anna Milbery Millennium Pharmaceuticals Matching Gift Program Donald and Susan Miller Pamela Milligan Lee R. Minardi Rosemary Minnehan Jeff Mitchell Paul and Jennifer Mitchell Mr. and Mrs. Chandler J. Moisen Jessica Mols Mr. and Mrs. Michael E. Monteiro Moore Family Foundation Susan Moore Gayle C. Moran Gordon W. Moran Hannah B. Morehouse Paul A. Moreno

Michelle Moretto William and Margaret Morin Christine Morrison Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Morrison Morse Barnes-Brown & Pendelton PC Connie Moser Mr. and Mrs. Rob Mossesian Mr. and Mrs. Michael Mulcahy Rebecca Mulzer Mr. and Mrs. Stephen M. Murphy Miss Alana H. Murphy Kelley Murphy-Fink My Tribute Gift Foundation, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Stewart C. Myers Mrs. Jen Mynahan Clayton Nagle Benjamin Nastou National Instruments Mr. and Mrs. Scott E. Navin Nellie Littlefield Inn & Spa Robert and Erna Nelson Dr. Nancy J. Nersessian Mary D. Neumann Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Newman Nancy T. Newton Richard Nilo Hilary and Sean Noel Anne Nolen Mark L. Noonan William C. Nutting Stephen and Isabel O’Brien Judith O’Brien Ellen O’Connell John O’Connell Richard A. O’Connell John and Jane O’Connor Frank and Alma O’Glishen Stephen and Susan O’Hara Peg O’Hearn Charles and Dana Oliver Joseph and Alma O’Loughlin Mr. and Mrs. Terence P. O’Malley Ometek Online Consulting, Inc. William Oppenheimer Clive W. Oram Jeff and Ardell Otten OtterBox Mrs. Edith H. Overly Kimberly A. Paddock D. Christopher Page Judi Palmer Gary A. Pappas Mary Parziale Ronald M. Pastore Arthur D. Patten Mrs. Martha Patton Gerald Paulauskas Paulist Center & Chapel Jason Paynich and Rebecca Paynich Mark and Kerry Payson Joanne C. Peckarsky Mr. and Mrs. Ken Pefine Mrs. Roberta Pelkey Perfect Fuel Chocolate Paul Perrotta Ann Peterson Diane Petrella

Gennaro Petruzziello Kathleen Pettit James and Bonnie Philip John Piccione Gerald B. Pier Caesar Pietrangelo Claudia Piper Mrs. David Place Michael and Jennifer Plaster Maureen Poff John and Joyce Poles Walter Pollard Mr. and Mrs. Brian A. Pontolilo Katie Porter Declan Power John Prendergast, Jr. Daniel Preston Thomas Pucillo Tony Pucillo Philip Pulitzer and Caitlyn Welle Putnam Investments Matching Gifts Program Joan A. Quinlan R. M. Waite Co., LLC Deborah Radovsky Charles and Patricia Rand Randolph Savings Bank Mr. and Mrs. Peter Ranese William A. Rangnow Mary F. Reaney Charles Reardon Recruiting Resources Unlimited, LLC Lawrence Redding Mr. and Mrs. James Redfern Ludmila Reed Robert Reed Mr. and Mrs. Peter Resnick Stephen D. Rice Mrs. Dorothy Rich Suzanne Rich Lisa and Paul Richards Breanne Ricketts Francis J. Ridge Aaron Riel and Michelle Lynch Patricia Riley Thomas N. Riley Mr. and Mrs. Michael W. Riordan Timothy and Judith Ritchie Dr. Celeste Robb-Nicholson Roffi Salon & Spa Joe and Jan Roller Mr. and Mrs. John Rooney Maria Rosato Michael Rosbash Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth E. Rosen Abby Rosenberg Eric Rosenberger Eugene Rosenfeld Samuel and Karen Rosenthal Carolyn Thayer Ross James Ross Lesley Rudner Mr. and Mrs. William Rudolph Mr. and Mrs. Paul M. Russell Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Rust Joseph Rutkowski Michael P. Rutter Carly Ryan

Jack Ryan Wendy L. Sabin Diane Saglio Salesforce Foundation Judy Salt Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth J. Sanginario Charlie Sanguinet Michael Santos Angel Santos-Burres Colette L. Saro Lori A. Sarsfield Mrs. Linda Saunders Geoffrey and Michele Sauter Lisa Savini Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sayles Susan Schmidt John Schneiter Jennifer Schofield Teresa Schroeder Jordan Schulz Leah Sciaba Joseph Scott Sea Glass Fine Art Megan Secatore Donna Seim Senior Aerospace Metal Bellows Jim Seto and Ashley Seto Masha Seuderovich Henry D. Shaw Arthur O. Shea Richard C. Shelley Sheraton Boston Stanley and Elsa Sidel Leslie and Jason Silberman Steven Simard Shaunna Simek Tracy L. Sisco Mr. and Mrs. Erik O. Skramstad Mr. and Mrs. Matthew W. Slate Sloane and Walsh, LLP Fedor Smith Michelle L. Smith Patricia G. Smith Lindsay Snell Robin Snell Mr. and Mrs. Charles Snider Ellen R. Sokoll Mr. and Mrs. Anthony F. Sola Nancy M. Solari Norman and Joanna Solari David M. Solomon Janet Sortor Debora Spar Lawrence Spiegel Judith Spielman Denise Squillante Gerry and Ruth Ann Stacy Elizabeth Stank Judith and Hanno Steen Gary and Deborah Stein Norman Stein and Mindy Lubber Sterling Golf Management, Inc. Ames Stevens and Karen L. Dane Mrs. Christine P. Stevens Phyllis Stewart Richard Stockwood Kevin Stotts Timothy and Nancy Stout

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Circle of Hope (continued) Richard R. Stoyle Christopher and Erin Stulb Elliot and Janet Suarez Mr. and Mrs. Richard and Carol Suitor James B. Sullivan Janet Sullivan Mr. and Mrs. and James A. Sullivan Jared Sullivan Michele M. Sullivan Paula Sullivan Theresa A. & Maurice L. Sullivan Humanitarian Trust Marc G. Suprenant Patricia F. Swaim Swanson Auto Services, Inc. Charity Swanson Janet V. Swanson Dr. Mary B. Tabacco Nancy B. Tabarangao Alexander G. Taft Talbots, Inc. Karen Tammaro Sam Tatelbaum Elizabeth K. Taylor Ben and Kate Taylor Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Stewart D. Taylor Technivend, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Peter D. Tedeschi Ten Thousand Villages

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Tenney Thomas and Diane Teuten Richard Thomas Christine Thompson and Jim Jones The Marc C. Thompson Family Fund Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Tierney Michael Tilley Susan M. Tobin Barton Tomlinson Austin Toole and Kim Kiely Mrs. Marilyn Toole Barbara and Jon Trachtenberg Deborah Trachtenberg Dr. Salvatore Triolo Lindsey Troxell Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas M. Tsaparlis John L. Tufts Harry M. Tweed, Jr. Clarence Tyler U.S. Bank Robert Ullmann United Way of Greater Cleveland United Way of Greater Philadephia & Southern New Jersey United Way of Greater Richmond & Petersburg United Way of Metro Chicago United Way of New York City United Way of Tri-County Susan Upham Julio Vega David Veling Tamsin Venn

Frederick S. Vetterlein Gary Videlock and Holly Prentice Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Vincent Gabriel Vincenzo Janice Vomacka Friedrich Klemens Von Gottberg Ann Von Mehren Donald F. Vose Wacky Candy Shack F. Channing Wagg, III Mike Walling Bernard L. Walsh Thomas H. Walsh Sophie Wang Jeffrey Tilton Ward and Michelle Thomas Ward Grant Ward Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ware Anthony Warren Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Washienko Andrea L. Watson Mrs. Rosita L. Watson Jacqueline Waxlax Alison L. Weaver Irvin W. Weaver Mr. and Mrs. Gordon C. Weir Wellington Management Company, LLP Wentworth Institute of Technology The Westin Hotel Copley Place Susan Westmoreland Barbara Wetzstein Thomas F. Whalen

Tamiko M. Whitcomb White Chiropractic Health Center Lona T. Whitley Regina B. Wiedenski Lindsay Wight Edward W. Wilchynski Cary Wilcox Wilkins Investment Counsel, Inc. Donna Wilmarth Steve Wilner Roger Wilson Daniel and Wendy Winn Winslow, Evans & Crocker, Inc. Amelia D. Winston Jeremy Wintersteen Monika Wirtz Marsha Wiseheart Katherine Wislocky Mr. and Mrs. Mark Wolff Glenn M. Wolfset Muriel Wood Thomas Wood Joanne M. Wright John Wright Renee and Jim Yourk Sonya Yu Michael Zargaj Joseph F. Zarro Karen Zarrow Jane and James Zavistoski Raymond and Nancy Zemlin

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 (5) Estate of Joseph L. Amodeo Estate of Guenter Arndt Trust of Elisha V. Ashton Estate of Patricia Aymond Myron L. Belfer Estate of William M. Bennett Helen M. Bouscaren Estate of John Edward Bradbury Trust of Robert B. Brigham Nancy and Gregory Bruett Jarka and Grayce Burian Wallace C. Butterfield Estate of Gordon E. Cadwgan Doris Drescher Cook Eileen D. Crittle Jeffrey Croll William H. Cruickshank, Jr. Estate of Gladys A. Cushman Leo Darr

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Estate of Charles Davis Edward Dinaro Mary C. Drazy Estate of Helen E. Drury Trust of George Emerson Sharon and Harry Eramian Gertrude C. Feldman Trust of Laura Sibbel Fiske Maurice Fitzgerald Americo J. Francisco Fund, Estate & Realty/Charitable Trusts Estate of Mary T. Franz Estate of Frederic R. French, Jr. Robert G. Fuller Estate of Eugene B. Hamilton Richard Merrill Haney, Ph.D. and Merle Marie McConnell, M.L.S. Trust under Will of Elizabeth H. Hayward Thomas and Caroline Hovey

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

Trust of Louise Pease Robin Pendleton-Hollyer Russell Peterson Norman D. Socher Norman D. Sproul Charles and Elaine Steeger Irene R. Sweeney Anthony Taiani Trust of Edna Betts Talbot Alex Taylor Jean F. Tierney John Vibberts Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Wells, III Merrill B. Wilder Estate of Nancy W. Workman


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 Foundation AIG AllianceData Allstate Ameriprise Financial, Inc. Amgen Foundation Amica Companies Foundation Anchor Capital Advisors, Inc. Arbella Insurance Group Autodesk Bank of America The Bank of New York Mellon Corporation BlackRock Foundation Boston Financial Data Services C.R.Bard Foundation, Inc. Cadence Design Systems, Inc. Capital Group Companies Citizens Bank Computer Associates International Concentric Energy Advisors Covidien Cummings Properties Dell Giving Deutsche Bank Americas Foundation Eastern Bank

Eaton Vance Investment Managers EMD Millipore FM Global Foundation Frontier Capital Management Co., LLC GAP Foundation General Electric Foundation Give With Liberty Goodrich Foundation Google Grand Lodge of Masons In Massachusetts Grantham, Mayo, Van Otterloo Hachette Book Group Harbor Capital Advisors, Inc. Highfields Capital Management LP Highland Capital Partners The Home Depot Foundation Houghton Mifflin Company ING Direct Institute for Cultural Exchange, Inc. Instrumentation Laboratory Invest in Others Charitable Foundation Inc. John Hancock Financial Services Johnson & Johnson JPMorgan Chase Foundation KeyBank Foundation

Loomis, Sayles & Company, L.P. Macy’s Corporate Services Mandarin Oriental Foundation McDonald’s Corporation McGraw-Hill Companies Merck Partnership for Giving Merrill Lynch & Co. Foundation, Inc. MFS Investment Management MIB Group, Inc. Microsoft Microwave Development Laboratories, Inc. Millennium Pharmaceuticals Morgan Stanley MSCI Inc. National Instruments Natixis Global Asset Management Nokia NSTAR Foundation Oracle Pfizer Foundation Pitney Bowes, Inc. The Plymouth Rock Foundation Putnam Investments The Reebok Foundation Reed Elsevier Inc. Rinet Company, LLC Salesforce Foundation

Sanofi-Aventis 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 Tyco U.S. Bank UBS Financial Services Unum Velcro USA Inc. Verizon Foundation VHB/Vanasse Hangen Brustlin, Inc. Waters Corporation Wellington Management Company, LLP Woodland Partners, LLC YourCause, LLC

media sponsors These companies donated ad space and air time in fiscal year 2013 to help spread the word about The Home's programs and services. Boston Herald Boston Magazine MAGIC 106.7 Spirit Magazine WCVB-TV Channel 5

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 617-927-0663 jsuarez@thehome.org

“ All kids need is a little help, a little hope and

somebody who believes in them. ” —Earvin "Magic" Johnson 23


LEADERSHIP Board of Directors

Board of Ambassadors

Officers Pamela Herbst, Acting Chairperson John T. Hailer, Chairman Emeritus Lisa K. Matthews, Secretary James C. Burrows, Treasurer

Molly Diggins, Co-chair Martin B. Shulkin, Co-chair

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

Jonathan P. Ash Samantha Bendetson Marin Blitzer Deborah Burrows Joseph Byrne Susan DeRoche Susan A. Donahue David R. Druley Melissa Druley Paul P. Epstein David L. Giunta Patricia A. Griffin Dan Grondin John F. Harrington Stephen M. Kogon Christina A. Larson Caren I. Leedom Mark H. Lippolt Kelly S. Mann

Roger Merrill Christopher H. Milton Suzanne Pilkerton Jasmine Punzalan Sherri Raftery Kara Lee Rainey Bronwyn Roberts Eliza Hapgood S. Rowe Joan A. Sapir Sam Slater Matthew Sliwa Peter D. Soltz Patricia E. Trebino Kristin K. Valdmanis Joseph J. Wayshak Chip Weintraub Michael Weissenburger Harry E. Wells Janet G. Wheeler

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

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Top row, l to r: Bryan, Pearis, Durling, Suggs Bottom row, l to r: Ferreira, Wallace-Benjamin, Wise


thank you

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


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