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The right advocacy for every child Over the course of 39 years of service in San Diego County, Voices for Children has developed a tiered approach to advocacy that effectively serves the unique needs of every child in foster care. Stationed in every courtroom, VFC staff called Case Liaisons are present for hearings in every case that comes before San Diego’s dependency court. Case Liaisons capture real-time information about the complexity and severity of each child’s situation, complete a thorough needs assessment, and provide VFC’s matching team with background to help assign each child to the best CASA for their needs as rapidly as possible. On less urgent cases and when a CASA is not readily available, Case Liaisons themselves will serve as advocates for children. The core of our mission – our CASA program – matches children with trained volunteers who advocate for their best interests. During FY2018-2019, our team identified 1,853 children in San Diego County foster care who would benefit from a CASA. Thanks to 251 new community members who stepped up to serve as CASAs, along with the skill and care of our matching team, 1,760 of those children received a CASA by June 30, 2019. The remaining 93 who were on our waiting list for a CASA at the close of the fiscal year were continuously monitored by staff and received a CASA as soon as one was available. For cases that do not require an advocate – primarily due to pending adoptions or reunifications – our Case Assessment Program (CAP) team steps in. CAP is designed to

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continuously monitor the case file of every child and, if a need arises, transfer the case to our matching team to assign a CASA as quickly as possible. By maintaining an active presence in courtrooms and partnering closely with the various professionals in the foster care system, Voices for Children staff and our CASA volunteers are able to best support the judges as they make difficult decisions for the children we serve. Our judges consistently tell us how valuable Case Liaisons and CASAs are to their process. In fact, in a survey conducted in April 2019, 100 percent of responding San Diego County dependency judges said they either strongly agree (80 percent) or agree (20 percent) that CASAs’ reports help them make more informed decisions about issues including a child’s placement, physical and mental health, education, and permanency plan. Serving Justice-Involved Youth VFC is extremely proud to have built, in less than two years, one of the largest programs, if not the largest, in the nation serving justiceinvolved and at-risk youth with CASA advocacy. After launching in April 2018, VFC’s Juvenile Justice CASA program has quickly gained favor among judges, attorneys, and overburdened local law enforcement agencies as well as child welfare stakeholders.During the program’s first two years, VFC assigned CASAs to nearly 80 children who have committed minor or nonviolent crimes, many of whom have suffered from years of documented abuse and trauma, including victims of commercial sexual exploitation of children (CSEC).

EZRA, JEREMIAH, AND CASA BRUCE CASA Bruce was originally matched with brothers Ezra and Jeremiah in June 2012, after their mother was arrested for using a controlled substance. Bruce advocated for Ezra and Jeremiah throughout their three years in foster care, and continued to maintain a relationship with the boys after they were reunified with their mother in 2015. Then, a year later, Jeremiah was airlifted to Rady Children’s Hospital after sustaining life-threatening injuries from a car crash when his mother drove over an embankment while intoxicated. The boys re-entered foster care, and Voices for Children reached out to CASA Bruce to ask if he would be willing to step in again to support the brothers. Even though he had already taken on another case, CASA Bruce generously agreed. Jeremiah was in a medically-induced coma for two months, and Bruce visited him regularly in the hospital and provided support for Ezra as he adjusted to his new foster home. Bruce advocated for the boys to be placed back with the same caregiver who had been interested in adopting them during their first time in the system. He helped to streamline communication between HHSA and the caregiver, and he tirelessly advocated for the medical and therapeutic needs of both brothers. With Bruce’s support and consistent presence, Ezra and Jeremiah found stability and were ultimately adopted two years later.

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The impactful results Over the fiscal year ending June 30, 2019, Voices for Children’s San Diego County program:

• Served all 3,628 children in San Diego County foster care • Advocated on behalf of 2,674 children • Reviewed and monitored the case files of 722 children • Advocated on behalf of 50 youth in the juvenile justice system (in addition to 14 who were in both foster care and juvenile justice systems) • From 1,212 community members, received more than 167,000 volunteer hours • Recruited, trained, and graduated 251 new CASA volunteers • Matched 483 new children with CASAs • Saw 166 children become adopted or receive permanent guardians and 193 reunify with their families • Held educational rights, and thus were responsible for educational decisions, for 271 children • Submitted 2,189 CASA court reports to judges

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JORDAN AND CASA MARCUS Jordan entered foster care at two years old. In addition to his mother using drugs, Jordan had witnessed increasing domestic violence between his mother and her boyfriend. Following attempts by the court to help the mother reunify with her child, it was decided that it would be best for Jordan to move to Virginia to live with an aunt who was willing to care for him. Since Jordan was in a stable placement out of state, our Case Assessment team stepped in to monitor the case. The hope was for the boy’s aunt to eventually adopt him, but after three years, she was still not willing to move forward, leaving him in a state of uncertainty. In addition, when Jordan started school, there were consistent issues with enrollment and payment for activities between the child welfare agencies in San Diego and Virginia. His case needed more active support, so VFC assigned him a Case Liaison — a staff member who intakes and evaluates new cases and who provides advocacy on cases where a CASA is not needed due to situations such as pending adoptions or out-of-state placements. Then, Jordan’s aunt, who had been caring for him, unexpectedly passed away. He was immediately brought back to San Diego and placed in a foster home. Now local and with a very uncertain future, Jordan was quickly matched with a CASA volunteer. CASA Marcus began spending time with Jordan – playing football, helping him with homework, and enjoying sites around San Diego. When an uncle from Maryland stepped forward to care for Jordan, Marcus was able to observe their visits and reported to the court that it seemed to be a good option for placement. Once Jordan moved back to the East coast to live with his uncle, CASA Marcus stayed in touch, monitored his case, and even visited him when he made a business trip to Baltimore. Less than a year later, Jordan’s uncle officially adopted him and the boy is thriving in his new home.

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OUR DEDICATED VOLUNTEERS We are deeply grateful for the volunteers who make our mission a reality. The following individuals served our children during FY2018-2019 and have been a part of Voices for Children for five or more years. 35+ YEARS Kathryn F. Ashworth, Esq. 20+ YEARS Mary Ann Beattie Ruth Ely Carolina Finch Elizabeth Leonard Sharon Province Christine Vanderpool 15+ YEARS Marilyn Adams Laura Barton Holly Elwell Dale Goldman Genevieve Knych-Rohan Kimberly Neilson Joanna Netzke Erin Pavelko Christie Ranney Cissy Wolfe Randi Wortman 10+ YEARS Louise Andres Linda Austin Stephen Condon Clarence Flowers Daniel Hilderbrand Carole Martin Melinda Martinez Jere McInerney Kathy Myers Jennifer Negre Diane Otto Bette Paynter Sally Pollack Judith Radke Bob Randall Jodyne Roseman

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Jenny Sharratt Beverly Smith Stacey Smith-Bacon Amanda Stroud Carolyn Sullivan Ti Wolpov Joan Wright Diane Zeiger 5+ YEARS Cindy Aaronson-Davis David Abrams Linda Acosta Cynthia Aguirre Emily Allen Melanie Allen Barbara J. Angioletti Paul Arenson Beth Ashcraft Kimberly Ashford Angela Asuncion CoraTena B. Ayala-Blackburn John Baker Aneesa Baker Monica Balch Jessica R. Baldwin Rich Belmontez Alejandra C. Benavente Rhonda Benbo Dianne Berg Kathryn Bernert Morgan Sue Bieker Jennifer Biggins Colette Billen Patricia J. Billins Caryl G. Bishop Jessica Blankemeier Carolyn Bohana Robert Borthwick Leonie Bowers Rebecca Bowman Charity H. Bracy Margaret Bradley

Mark Brody Bonnie Burke Jennifer Burrell Cathy Butler Fran Chadwick Christine Chapman Carmen Cimino Arielle Clagett Amanda Clairmont Lynn Clemens Meridith Coady Sally Cohenour Ann Conway Lauren Cooley Sarah Cooper Susan Cox Brandi Cropper Carla DiMare Fran Donovan Cheon Durkins James Dutton Mary Duvall Barbara Eikner Peter Elkin Cindy M. Ellison Barbara Engleson Donnella Fairshter Emiko Fire Linda Floto Nynke N. E. Fortuin Linda Freeman Jan G. Gallo Philip Grondin Robert Gunnoe Patsy Hartman Jennifer L. Heraty Alison L. Herr Valerie Herrera Jane Herrick Grace Hicks Phaedra Hopper Jenna Hough Colleen Howard

Karen Hoy Alice Hurley Deborah Ireland Sagara Hilary Isakow Antoniette Jennings Kelley Jhung Katherine Johnston Mary Ann Jones Melissa Keith Tamsin Kelly Susan Kirkpatrick Kathe Klare Carl Kloss, Jr. Leon A. LaFreniere Eva Lagudi-Devereux Meghan Land Nancy Lawton Brandee Leath Kelly Lemker Kristina Lese RenĂŠe Lewis Hannah Ligne-Metti Deborah Lyons John Mardula Ramona Mason Lori Mathios Danielle Mayo Michael T. McElroy Sonya McMahon Phyllis Meredith Bruce Meyer Judy E. Miller Kym G. Miller Richard Miller Lynda Moorby Darlene Morrow-Truver Laura Muschamp Jeffrey Noyes

Sally Ogilvie Kara Oien Tara Ott Leon Parish Monica Parra Mary Paul Andrea Pella Janelle Peregoy Steve Petersen Jane Pflaum Ann T. Plunkett Amanda Prout Grant Rabjohn Susan Redman Janeen Reid Karen Reimus Brent V. Reyes Penny Ribnik Christine Richards Tara Richards Timothy Riley Dicie Rose Donna Rush Marcia Sachs Dorian Sailer Geri Sander Jill Sanford Katie Schuler Iisha Sethi Brent Shintani Karen Shusterman Lynn Siegel Elizabeth Siegler Margaret Smiddy Rebecca Smith Rebekah Sorensen Elizabeth Spillane Debbie Stacey

Cheryl Starbuck Leeanne Stephenson Kimberley Stewart Jessica Stuart Dana Tavelman Susan Taylor Kamla Topsey-Tilley Abigail Toth Lee Trahan Debbie Troutman Lisa Turner Susan Turvey Joseph Twining Susan Ueland Katherine Van Dusen Randazzo Nancy Van Dyke Elizabeth Veneziano Gail Vetter Levin Carolee M. Villegas Valeria Viscardi Michelle Vollrath Sylvia Wachtler Pauline Waggett Joan Walters Jill Webber Janice Weiss Anne Weston Jennifer Wilbur Shirley Williams Barbara Winicki Eric H. Winston Donald Wood Douglas Woods Alan Yockelson Suzanne Yockelson

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OUR STELLAR SUPPORTERS ANNUAL GIVING HIGHLIGHTS Our mission would not be possible without the generosity and support of so many. We are grateful to the following donors who made gifts of $1,000 or more between July 1, 2018, and June 30, 2019. $500,000+ Anonymous California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services through U.S. Department of Justice, Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) $250,000+ Anonymous (2) Walter J. and Betty C. Zable Foundation $100,000+ Anonymous Patricia and Marc Brutten City of San Diego CDBG Focusing Philanthropy Judicial Council of California Lily Lai Foundation Sahm Family Foundation The Bessemer National Gift Fund $75,000+ Qualcomm Foundation San Diego County District Attorney’s Office Jill Skrezyna and Alex Sun $50,000+ Jocelyn Bauer/The Bauer Foundation Holly and David Bruce/Highland Street Foundation David C. Copley Foundation Sara F. Moser Price Philanthropies Foundation The Roberts Foundation Kathryn Starr Katie and Dan Sullivan $25,000+ Annette and Daniel Bradbury Kathy and Ed Brown

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County of San Diego Board of Supervisors Jenny Craig Dowling & Yahnke, LLC Lisette and Michael Farrell/Lisette and Michael Farrell Family Foundation Farrell Family Foundation P. Randolph Finch Jr., Esq. and Cambra Finch In-N-Out Burger Foundation Annie Lawless Jacobs and Jeff Jacobs Allison and Robert Price Rancho Santa Fe Women’s Fund Adam Robinson The Rose Foundation Jessica Schuster and Justin Kass Karen and Mike Stone Ted Tchang and Alice Mo Carol Vassiliadis Julie and Dale Yahnke $15,000+ Richard and Rita Atkinson Stephanie Bergsma and Dwight Hare David Bialis Becca and Jason Craig Steven Craig M. Kathleen Dye Ann Parode Dynes and Dr. Robert Dynes Gina and Ray Ellis/Ellis Family Foundation Facebook Fundraisers Finch, Thornton & Baird, LLP Genentech Kappa Alpha Theta Inna and James Kelly Zoe and Eric Kleinbub Kroha-Casner Family Foundation Andrea and Gregory Moser Dick and Kristi Pfister/AlphaCore Capital LLC Raegan and Kevin Prior Qualcomm Matching Gift Fund Dorian and William Sailer Kimberly Shores

$10,000+ Anonymous Casey and Mac Armstrong Benevity Community Impact Fund Rolf and Mary Benirschke Nicole and Neil Billock Lauri and William Brennan Greg Byrum Nancy Banning Doyle and David Doyle Sara and John Galbraith Elaine Galinson and Herbert Solomon Tricia and Tony Griffin Lisa and Brian Hersman Hervey Family Non-endowment Fund at The San Diego Foundation The Hon. Susan D. Huguenor (ret.) and Thomas Huguenor KAABOO Linda and Richard L. Kintz Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Kleinbub Alexis MacMillan Diane M. Martin Massey Charitable Trust MG Properties Group The Morrison & Foerster Foundation Jane and Jeff Nobbs Jennifer and Tim O’Connell Party City of San Diego Terry and Timothy Riley Rite Aid Foundation KidCents San Diego Legal Administrators Foundation Sempra Employee Giving Network Silvergate Bank C.J. & Dot Stafford Memorial Trust UnIted Technologies Matching Gift Program Lise Wilson and Steven Strauss Yourcause.com $5,000+ Luke Abbott Kiana L. Cabell AJL Charitable Foundation Kathryn F. Ashworth, Esq. and The Honorable Thomas Ashworth III (Ret.) Rena and Behram Baxter Lauren and James Brennan Josh Butner for Congress Lynne Carlson Amber and Robert Chambers Patricia R. Cohen Susana Corrigan CPT Group, Inc. Dean and Colleen Dwyer Day for Change Dr. Seuss Foundation

Matt Emery Finance of America Cares Amy and William Geppert Gerson Law Firm APC Brenda Glauch Beverly and Joseph Glickman Lynn Gorguze and The Honorable Scott Peters Silvia and Dan Greenbaum Jennifer and Richard Greenfield, MD Rondi and Michael Grey Jaime Herrera Higgs, Fletcher & Mack LLP Kristen and Jason Howerton David and Dawn Inglish Debby and Hal Jacobs Danielle and George Kindley Moss Adams LLP Catherine and Tom Quinn Doreen and Ed Luwa The Maren Christensen & William Welch Fund of The Christense David and Patsy Marino Andrea and Brian Marvin Andrea Migdal and Michael Tierney Nordson Corporation Foundation Bob and Catherine Palmer Lee Parnell and Rob Borthwick Jennifer and Giles Perkinson Pacific Life Foundation Peterson Reporting Video & Litigation Services Jori Potiker Judith Radke San Diego County Bar Foundation Alan Sauvage and Julie Frimmer Stacy Schievelbein Veronica Shah Jacqueline and Robert Sinclair Martha Sottosanti St. Germaine Children’s Charity The Commonwealth Charitable Fund FBO Tait Family Trust The Maren Christensen & William Welch Fund The Country Friends, Inc The San Diego Foundation Robert and Sheryl Scarano/The Scarano Family Foundation The Seth Sprague Educational & Charitable Foundation The VCMPT Group, Merrill Lynch Torrey Pines Bank Total Administrative Services Corporation (TASC) Jerome and Carole Turk Rebecca and Chris Twomey United Way of San Diego County Donna J. Walker and Mark Pulido The Wilson Sexton Foundation Xtreme Youth

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OUR STELLAR SUPPORTERS $2,500+ Lucy Anderson Anonymous Valerie Attisha and Jason Harmon Rochelle and Bill Bold Adam Brody and Leighton Meester David Brown Sally and Jeff Busby Tamela Barnhart-Reese and West Reese Debra and Edward Capozzoli Fred Cassle Charitable Adult Rides & Services, Inc. Cooley LLP Lisa and Michael Corbosiero Regina and Scott Crosby DBG Plastic Surgery Marianne and Gary Elam Alaina Ellis Cindy and Gary Ellison Nikou and Ali Fakhimi Harold and Treva Flynn FrontStream Panorama Workplace, Inc. G.A.G. Charitable Corporation Larry Ganzell Cathy Gilchrist-Colmar AnneElise and Andrew Goetz Laury Graves Kay and Bill Gurtin Julia Carrington Hall Brad Horwitz Jansen Contruction Company Brady Johnson Tom and Nettie Keck Allie and Mark Kersey Joshua Kim Ph.D. Carrie and Brian Kintz Kelly and Mark Kjos Vivian and Joe Lim Litivate Reporting & Trial Services Deborah Lyons and Marjorie Zarling Leslye and Scott Lyons Jordana March and Michael Ishayik Lisa and Paul Martens Jennifer Martin-Biggers Lisa and Brian Mason Cari and Bassam Massaad Melissa and Scott Murfey Sean Murphy Kirit Nagda Newbreak Church Kerrie and Mark Ozarski Lisa Maria Parnell Paul, Plevin, Sullivan & Connaughton LLP Maryanne and Irwin Pfister

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Pledgeling Foundation Procopio Cory Hargreaves & Savitch Jessica and Nathan Rogge Patrick W. Rose James Sampson Megan and Christophe Schilling Dr. Azadeh Shirazi Michelle M. Sterling Molly and Scott Stokas The Charitable Foundation The Cohn Restaurant Group The GT Foundation The Spiegel Family Burn Foundation The Rancho Bernardo Community Foundation Linda Thomas Tickets For Kids Charity The Harry A. and Margaret D. Towlsey Foundation Rhonda and Mark Turvey Connie and Richard Unger Amy and Horacio Valeiras Roderick Youn David and Diane Zeiger $1,000+ Linda and Dean Acosta AmazonSmile Foundation Joan Ames Anonymous (6) Scott Arnold Nazanin Asadollahi and Ali Banaie Shereen and Sam Attisha Christine Bagley Charles Baum Lisa Behun Caroline Betz Sandra Billock Ginger and David Boss Cafe Moto California Coast Credit Union Jeffrey Carvish and Richard Grimsley Avi and Mimi Cohen Gerri Cohn Carolyn B. Colwell Cindy Condon Gail Coombs Stephanie Cowan Cresa Global, Inc. Jonathan DeBenedetto Glenna Dittamore Gabrielle and Marc Doss Katherine Dunlap Nicoletti Georgia Dutro

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OUR STELLAR SUPPORTERS Richard P. Edwards Barbara Edwards Johnson The Emanuel and Anna Weinstein Foundation Sarah and Bob Esch Deb Finnegan Susanna Flaster Lucile Fleming Alessandra Ford Stuart Frederick Veronica Garlow Gellens Investment Company, Inc. Gemperle Family Farms Tara Gilchrist Debbie and Oliver Goellnitz Linda and Robert Gordon Fabio Gratton Wendy Greene Bonnie and Paul Grossman Melissa Hall Georgia Hamilton Ellen Haviland Paula Hermanny Gisela Hill Rahda Hirsch The Honorable Herbert Hoffman Kathryn Horn Susan and Richard Howe Josephson-Werdowatz & Associates Junior League of San Diego Lyle Kafader Juanita and Tom Kamman Jason Kent Cathy and Kevin Kimball Kiwanis Club of La Jolla Kiwanis Club of Tierrasanta Julie T. Klaus Elsa and Marc Lantzman Lawyers Club of San Diego Sylvia and Jaime Liwerant Kathy London Love Thirteen Jennifer Lowe LPL Financial Services Paige Lund Larry D. Marcus Brian Martin Cathy Maywood Andrew McPherron Marta Meester Herb Morgan Mark Munoz Conni A. Musser Andy Nahas Eleanor Navarra

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NBC Universal Danielle and Daniel Negroni Nicolosi’s Italian Restaurant & Catering Hilda Ochoa-Parra Donna O’Rourke Gelato Paradiso Carolyn Peterson Hollis Peterson and Steven Geise Pfister Family Foundation Peter Preuss Sharon Province Steve Romande Ron and Kay Rosa Rotary Club of Coronado Foundation Dr. Gene and Mary Rumsey Lauree and Monte Sahba St. Therese Academy Ali Salami San Diego City Council Susan K. Schoenrock Harriet Schuman Teri Smith Steven R. Smith and Lera B. Smith Fund Kirk Strawn Studio M Visual Design Mike Sullivan Sweetwater Woman’s Club Troy Tegeler Pam and Jeff Theodosakis Rande Turner UCSD Jacobs School of Engineering United Way California Capital Region Robin and Kevin Werner Joy Whitehair George and Kristen Wilson George Young Tamara ZakharovaHarriet Schuman Teri Smith Steven R. Smith and Lera B. Smith Fund Kirk Strawn Studio M Visual Design Mike Sullivan Sweetwater Woman’s Club Troy Tegeler Pam and Jeff Theodosakis Rande Turner UCSD Jacobs School of Engineering United Way California Capital Region Robin and Kevin Werner Joy Whitehair George and Kristen Wilson George Young Tamara Zakharova

OUR STELLAR SUPPORTERS We are grateful to the following donors who made in-kind contributions between July 1, 2018, and June 30, 2019.” IN-KIND SUPPORT Anonymous (2) April Judge Arpi Minassian Assistance League of Greater San Diego Beverly Edwards Bryan Wilson Burns & Wilcox California Coast Credit Union Candice Thompson Carolyn Griffith Century Club of San Diego Cheri Brison Cole’s Fine Flooring Dawn M. Lawson Dentique Dental Spa Erin Roscoe Fairmont Grand Del Mar Finest City Improv Giving Back Magazine Gravity Heights Japanese Friendship Garden Jennifer Blake Joie Kappa Alpha Theta Kate Spade Fashion Valley Kendra Scott LLC Kerri Alcaraz Kesia Williams KPBS Margaret Walls Marie Goularte MG Properties Group Michele Kinkade Modern Luxury Magazine Molly Stokas Newbreak Church Nicolosi’s Italian Restaurant & Catering Party City of San Diego Paul, Plevin, Sullivan & Connaughton LLP Pendry San Diego PRP Wine International, Inc. Rahbeka Harris Ranch & Coast Magazine Rancho de los Penasquitos Town Council

Rich Belmontez San Diego Ballet San Diego City Council Sharon Ellison Sheila Reilly Shirley Devine Pacheco Snake Oil Cocktail Company St. Therese Academy Studio M Visual Design Susan K. Schoenrock Symphony Hall Tamara Zakharova The Cohn Restaurant Group The French Gourmet The Talmadge Art Show Tim Davis

The following families have included Voices for Children in their estate plans to ensure the future sustainability of our CASA program. ADVOCATE’S CIRCLE Anonymous (3) Gertrude Anderson Trust Kathryn F. Ashworth, Esq. and The Honorable Thomas Ashworth III (Ret.) The Paul Balistocky and Cynthia Balistocky Trust David A. Bialis Rochelle and Bill Bold Greg Byrum Ann Cole Keri and Shaun Copans Rita Cutri Janeen and Joseph D’Angelo Daiber Family Living Trust The Estate of Abel De Brito, Jr. Ann Parode Dynes and Dr. Robert Dynes Phillip M. Eisenberg Charitable Trust Barbara Ellis Gina and Ray Ellis Anne and Dr. John G. Farrell P. Randolph Finch Jr., Esq. and Cambra Finch Ray J. Kahler Trust Nancy Kaye Kimberly Koenigs and Christopher Young Truman C. Kuehn Trust The Ernest Laks Trust Sharon M. Lawrence, Esq. and Darin Boles, Esq.

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OUR STELLAR SUPPORTERS Elizabeth M. Leonard Phillip Mackler Trust Joan D. MacMillin Family Trust Patsy and David Marino Jennifer and Tim O’Connell Ellen Preston Jacqueline Reilly Terry and Timothy Riley Lauree and Monte Sahba Jill Skrezyna and Alex Sun Mary Lou Washatka Trust Charles E. White and Amy Gibbs Julie and Dale Yahnke For more information, or to include your family’s name on this important list, contact Valerie Attisha at valeriea@speakupnow.org or 858-598-2211.

The following individuals were honored by their friends and loved ones with gifts between July 1, 2018, and June 30, 2019. MEMORIALS & TRIBUTES Matthew Abrams Cindy Adams Sanjay Agarwal Joan Ames Paul Arenson Alice Armantrout Kathryn Ashworth Ava Baculi Sharon Beamer Morris Berelowitz Caryl Bishop Eleanor Bluestein Rocky Booth Kim Bourda Tim Brison Elizabeth Brooks Jason Buss Jana Carlson through the San Diego Foundation

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Jonathan Cassar Doreen Casuto Cheryl Clark Patricia R. Cohen Sharon Cornish Rafael Cotero Susan Cox Nancy Davidson Lily Kate Evans Deason Ramona DeLatorre Chris Dieringer Kelly C. Douglas Chuck Dunning Raymond Ellis Carolann Eskridge Tania Fabiani Jennifer Ferguson Patricia Ann Fordem Cheryl Friesen Cameron Gharabiklou Nancy Gillette Martin Glassman Sabrina Goosby William Goosby Rondi Grey Melissa Hall Paul Hanson Nancy Hart Marybeth Herald Alison Herr Charles Hoffman Martha Howell The Hon. Susan D. Huguenor Ellen E. Hunter Bruce L. Jackson Debbra Jacobs-Robinson Catherine Tara Johnson Denise Jones Mandi Lane Margaux Lanoie Anthony Lee Deborah Lyons Kevin Mahaffey Steve Matz Janet McLees Julien Michaud Colleen Mickey

Brayden Gates Moock Lynda Moorby Kiki Morton Gregory Murphy Virginia Napierskie Kris Nesthus Miriam V. O’Leary Anthony O’Leary Howard Oleff Faith Papatsos Michael Peacock Mary Petrowski Sara Pipes Sharon Province Bettina Rausa Janis Reynolds Judith Riordan Penny Robbins Sandy Robinson Meredith Rogers Harvey Sachs Pauline Jaret Schechter Isobel Shapiro Jacqueline G. Sinclair* Ellen Springall Cynthia Springall Nikki St. Germain Ann Steck Inda Steele Robert Stevens Jim Stiff The Ken Blanchard Companies Joseph Twining Jane Tyvoll Ryan Uhlenkoff UCSD Jacobs School of Engineering Anjali Umashankar Rick Vann Valentina Vielma Anjali Vyas Dana Watchorn Baby Whyte Julie Wilkerson-Del Bosque Don E. Willis Julius Willis



Birch Aquarium at Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UC San Diego Coronado Historical Association Flying Leathernecks Aviation Museum Japanese Friendship Garden Society of San Diego La Jolla Playhouse Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego Museum of Photographic Arts Old Globe Theatre San Diego Air & Space Museum San Diego Automotive Museum San Diego Children’s Discovery Museum, Escondido San Diego History Center San Diego Model Railroad Museum San Diego Museum of Art San Diego Symphony The Lux Art Institute The Map & Atlas Museum of La Jolla The Museum of Making Music The Natural History Museum of San Diego County The New Children’s Museum The Water Conservation Garden Tijuana Estuary and Junior Ranger Program USS Midway Museum

Assistance Assistance League of San Diego Aurora Behavioral Health Care San Diego Child Abuse Prevention Coordinating Council Child Welfare Services - County of San Diego Children’s Legal Services of San Diego Computers 2 San Diego Kids County of San Diego, Probation Department David’s Harp Foundation Dependency Legal Services of San Diego Junior League of San Diego Just in Time for Foster Youth One Simple Wish Promises2Kids Public Defender, County Of San Diego – Juvenile Office Rady Children’s Hospital, San Diego – Chadwick Developmental Screening and Enhancement Services San Diego County District Attorney’s Office University of California, San Diego Rady Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Services Program

COMMUNITY PARTNERS: CHILDREN’S ACTIVITIES Avon Balboa Park Community Access Program FOCUS Auxiliary Kappa Alpha Theta Legoland California, Carlsbad / Merlin’s Magic Wand Makua Raphael’s Party Rentals San Diego Ballet San Diego Padres The Church of Rancho Bernardo Charity Tickets for Kids Tierrasanta Kiwanis Toby Wells Foundation UltraStar Theaters Xtreme Youth YMCA of San Diego County *Deceased

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