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Annual Report 2012

  1. 1. BOYS & GIRLS CLUBS OF THE PENINSULA 2012 Annual ReportOPPORTUNITY Providing the support at-risk youth need to thrive.Great Futures Start Here
  2. 2. Table ofContents 2 Letter from Board Chairs and Executive Director 5 Boys & Girls Clubs of the Peninsula: Our Mission 7 Closing the Gap: Our Approach 9 Supporting the Whole Child 10 A Sense of Belonging 11 Creating Connections 15 Providing a Path 16 Encouraging a Voice 18 Adobe Youth Voices Digital Arts Academy 21 The Heart of BGCP 22 School-Based Partnerships 24 By the Numbers 25 Beyond the Numbers 26 In Appreciation of our Donors 35 BGCP Board 1
  3. 3. From our board AND executive director Dear partners and friends: Every day at Boys and Girls Clubs of the Peninsula children with consistent mentorship, academic (BGCP), we challenge our members to stretch, to instruction, enrichment programs and a safe, grow, and to imagine the possibilities their futures inspiring place to learn and grow. may hold. And we expect no less from ourselves. As an organization we continually ask: “How can Vital to our expanding impact is our continued evo- we continue to evolve to best meet the needs of lution from an after-school provider to an extended our community’s most underserved children?” learning day partner. BGCP has expanded our collaborations with area schools and families. We BGCP is growing every day. In 2012 BGCP deepened our relationships with Ravenswood City, continued to close the opportunity gap. We grew Redwood City and Sequoia Union school districts in both breadth and depth serving more children and with Taft, Belle Haven, Brentwood, Hoover, and expanding and improving programs. We McNair, and Menlo-Atherton schools. These school- delivered on the promise to help our members based partnerships continue to get stronger each develop the academic and life skills they need to year and the demand continues. By providing graduate high school, prepared for college or elementary through high school students with on- career. In an area where 50% of children drop out site academic and enrichment opportunities, and of high school, we are significantly helping our engaging parents in their children’s education, we members develop a sense of purpose and gradu- strengthen the fabric of the communities we serve. ate with a plan. For the first time ever, we added a full-time staff member at Menlo-Atherton High School to focus At our nine sites in East Palo Alto, Redwood City on the growing needs of our high school students. and eastern Menlo Park, BGCP provided 17002
  4. 4. We are thrilled to report that our summer learning successful year. All of us at BGCP, and especiallyacademy was stronger than ever. We expanded our the children you help serve, want you to know thatmodel from serving 400 to 800 students. Working your support is vital and hugely appreciated.with the Sobrato Family Foundation, RavenswoodEducation Foundation, schools and community- We look forward to 2013. And we promise tobased organizations, we provided a quality and continue our commitment to provide the at-risktargeted summer learning experience that increased youth of our community with the academic andsummer learning hours and academic instruction. life skills they need to graduate from high schoolFor the first time ever, we had a dedicated teen ready for college or with academic programming and a strongcareer exposure track. With gratitude, Anni Gandolfo, Board ChairIn 2012 we strengthened our organization’s Rob Burgess, Board Chaircapacity and infrastructure by creating key roles Peter Fortenbaugh, Executive Directorin curriculum, program strategy and development,as well as essential school site and clubhouseprogram positions. More mentors and volunteerscommitted time to our children than ever before.Thanks to our partnerships with schools and schooldistricts, and to all of the foundations, corporations,and individuals who support our work, we had a very 3
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  6. 6. BOYS AND GIRLSCLUBS OF THEPENINSULA BGCP is opportunity. For our area’s most underserved youth, from Kinder- garten through high school, it’s dance, digital arts and poetry. It’s tutoring and mentorship and academic rigor. It’s trust between caring adults and kids who need someone to turn to. It’s inspiration. And a safe haven. At our clubs, school sites and summer academies, possibilities take shape. Children realize what creative, strong, intelligent individuals they are. They receive the opportunities and support so many of us take for granted. Opportunities which for them, when given, can be a doorway to their dreams. 5
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  8. 8. closingthe gap Even in the heart of Silicon Valley, we are facing a dropout crisis. BGCP is taking action to reverse this crisis now. Children in our poorest neighborhoods don’t lack intelligence.They don’t lack creativity, curiosity, or desire. What they lack is opportunity. And as long as the opportunity gap exists, the achievement gap will too. We implement those proven social and academic interventions that most impact a child’s success in school and in life. For 1700 children in our area’s most challenged neighborhoods, our summer academies, three clubhouses and six school sites provide: Academic Support Social & Emotional Learning • Extended learning day • Unrelenting culture of high expectations • Summer instruction to avoid “summer slide” • A sense of belonging • Small group instruction • Positive role models and peer groups • Individual case management • Long term 1:1 mentorship • Enrichment classes that inspire a love for learning • Extracurricular activities and exposure • Parental involvement and education 7
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  10. 10. Supporting theWhole Child With patience and tenacity, BGCP tends to the needs of the entire child: academic, physical, social, and emotional, so he or she can thrive. The current crisis in K-12 education is the civil rights issue of our time. If I can look at your zip code and tell if your child is going to get a good education - is the American dream still possible? Since our founding, education has been the most impor- tant mechanism used by our children to change their circumstances and achieve their dreams. BGCP only furthers those dreams for our chil- dren by providing mentors, opportu- nities, and a safe place for children to learn and grow. As a country, we must embrace this crisis, demand change, and support entities like BGCP that are working to make a difference in the lives of our children. Dr. Condoleezza Rice, former Secretary of State, BGCP Advisory Board Member 9
  11. 11. BELONGING BGCP is a place for children to belong. It’s a road for them to walk, hand-in-hand, with adults who mentor, who challenge, who inspire, and who harness potential. We show young people that they are worthy and capable. Under BGCP’s consistent care our members come to understand that they are not alone, but surrounded by peers and adults who support their success, and who will stand by them as they progress towards a bright future.10
  12. 12. CreatingConnections Mentorship is the critical thread that runs through all the opportunities BGCP provides. We believe that these long term, one-on-one relationships between children and caring adults are what make the difference in a child’s transformation. These personal ties instill a deep sense of belonging, and are instrumental in keeping kids connected, confident and on track. Ms. Chillin’ is like my second mom. She’s someone I can trust, and who cares about me. She helps me with schoolwork and with life. She helped me discover my hidden talent for building. When I first came to the club I was a kid who really didn’t know what I wanted to do or what I wanted to be. I cared about school, but it wasn’t a big priority. Now for me education comes before anything in life. Getting a scholarship to college is my first priority; I want to be an engineer. I know now education can take you places. Amani Kapuya, Member East Palo Alto Clubhouse on his mentor Cherie Nelson-Kabba or Ms. Chillin’, Performance and Digital Arts Director, East Palo Alto Clubhouse 11
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  14. 14. “Before anything it’s about building one-on- one relationships. Then trying to find that x-factor. That special innate talent that is unique to every child. And if you can find it and develop it, they can take off.” Cherie Nelson-Kabba, or Ms. Chillin’, BGCP mentor 13
  15. 15. “At BGCP, we start talking with kids about college and careers in Kindergarten. We want to paint a picture of a future that is different than what they see around them.” Tracy Koon, BGCP Board Member and mentor to Nancy Orocio14
  16. 16. PROVIDINGa Path Nancy Orocio and mentor Tracy Koon BGCP inspires a vision for the future. We show children a way forward. At each step in a young person’s development, BGCP is there to provide guidance, present possibilities and ignite passions. Then together, we develop the skills children need to succeed in school, career, and life. Nancy Orocio and College Bound BGCP means family. It’s the place where I grew as a scholar, as a young lady, and as a passionate leader. Years before I started thinking about college, BGCP’s College Bound Program planted the seed; “You’re going to college. This is what it looks like.” They exposed us to different careers, took us on college tours and made sure I stayed on track. According to statistics, coming from my neighborhood, I shouldn’t be in college. But thanks to my parents, BGCP, and my mentor Tracy Koon, I’m now a sophomore at Santa Clara University studying Political Science. Tracy guided me through the whole process. Even now she plays such an important part in my life. She is an advisor and a friend. I can’t stress enough how comforting it is to know I’m not alone, and that I’ll always have Tracy by my side. Nancy Orocio, BGCP member since age 6, current Santa Clara University College Student 15
  17. 17. Encouraging a voice Self-expression and empowerment are at the core of BGCP’s visual and performance arts programs. At our three digital arts studios, young people discover themselves, and a sense of purpose. They develop crit- ical skills applicable to academic and professional achievement. In our Spoken Word program members create through performance art, poetry, essays and video projects. BGCP members ha college admis- sions and national honors because of their work in a variety of media. They are just blessed with talent. Our job is to encourage them, to make them feel empowered to not just take on life’s challenges as they come, but to go out there and challenge life. Richard Gali, Director, BGCP Adobe Youth Voices Academy “You can come here and create, and just find yourself.” Antonette Paviera, BGCP member and performer16
  18. 18. Please view some of our member’s award winning work.I Promise 2020 visionWinner of the 2012 Intel/American Promise Alliance AwardKeep Pushing Peapod Diaries 17
  19. 19. Adobe Youth Voices Digital Arts Academy Adobe and Microsoft donated state-of-the-art digital arts facilities to BGCP and its members, because they know what we know. When we ignite a young person’s passions, and support them with tangible skills, we provide a path. The day before my brother got shot, I promised him that I was going to be the person that he always wanted me to be. My mentor at BGCP is like my brother now. He helped me find my passion for music, and to realize how important school is. I’m getting straight As now and plan to go to college and have a career in the music industry. The Adobe Youth Voices Academy gives us the skills for our future, and allows us to create with purpose. I wish my brother could see me now. Johnny Cuatianquiz, BGCP member, Redwood City18
  20. 20. “Creating art allows us to turn what’s going on inside, and what we see around us, into something positive. Our videos and songs talk about anti-violence, being a role model in your community, and amidst all the negativity, how to be that positive spark.” Jose Saavedra, Former BGCP member, current staff member and mentor 19
  21. 21. The Heart of BGCP20
  22. 22. I Solemnly Promise...In high school...I...believe I can changethe world...with all my mightIn high school...I...believe I can changethe world starting tonightIn high school...I...believe I can changethe world despiteDespite what they print in the newsIn spite of excuses I could have usedAs students...we are learning to choose...And today we chooseto invoke enthuseAll win and not to loseBy making a never drop outof high schoolSpoken Word excerpt, From award winning performance piece and videocreated and performed by BGCP members, East Palo Alto Clubhouse 21
  23. 23. School-Based Partnerships Our six school-based partnerships in three local districts broaden BGCP’s impact. They provide kindergarten through 12th grade students on-site extended learning days filled with academic support, tutoring, mentorship and enrichment opportunities. Our parent education courses, and increased parental involvement, bolster a child’s educational success. Working together, these collaborations strengthen the families and com- munities we serve. The Serrato Family on How BGCP Impacts Family and Community When Vice President Joe Biden and Senator Barbara Boxer came to BGCP to see the program, Joe Biden asked my daughter, Angela, what she wanted to be when she grew up. She said, “I want to be the Presi- dent.” And I thought, “This is my daughter. She thinks big; and I like it.” Angela says she wants to go to Notre Dame University. I tell her she can go wherever she wants if she works hard. And so I’m thankful BGCP is helping her. They help with her studies, dance, violin, music, art. She has mentors and tutors. The kids in our community get so many opportunities at BGCP. Maria Serrato22
  24. 24. On January 16th our house burned to the ground. We got so much support from BGCP; it’s like a big family. Angela’s grades have improved a lot thanks to BGCP. And their parent education courses help me to be the best father I can be. We volunteer whenever we can because they give us so much. BGCP is bringing a lot of opportunity to the community and giving kids a chance. I think if there were more programs like BGCP, then all the kids in the United States could succeed. When we work together, we make a difference for the future. Ricardo Serrato “I will be the first one in my whole entire family to go to University. So that will be such a dream come true. BGCP helps everybody in our neighborhood: our teachers, our principal, our staff, and the students and parents too.” Angela Serrato, 5th grader“The extended learning day provides invaluable benefits to our teachers, children, and families. Through BGCP, students are provided a safe space, with caring mentors, in which they can continue learning and growing.”Tami Espinosa, Principal, Brentwood Academy 23
  25. 25. BY THE NUMBERS Number of Active Members Revenue (50+ days/year) by Source Endowment/ Fees (BGCP) -4% $260,199 FY09 1,339 BGCA -2% $135,020 Community Organization -4% $254,581 FY10 1,523 Corporation -8% $526,581 Friend FY11 1,608 $2,536,183 38% Government -15% $984,283 FY12 1,705 FY13 1,760 GOAL Foundation -18% Board/PAC -12% $1,181,211 $808,221 FY08 200 FY09 298 Number of FY10 485 Volunteers FY11 473 FY12 ACTUAL 557 FY13 GOAL 600 0 100 200 300 400 500 60024
  26. 26. Beyond thenumbers... Unlike many youth development programs, BGCP does not select the members it serves. We are there for every child...whatever their challenges, whatever their needs. We believe all young people can grow to be self-sufficient, productive adults, and we stand by them all. “I wholeheartedly believe that one of the main reasons I’m where I am today, or even alive today, is because of the Boys and Girls Club.” Marcus Jackson, BGCP Athletic Director, and mentor Photographer, including most of the images in this annual report Send donations to:Make a difference in a child’s life. Boys & Girls Clubs of the PeninsulaPlease join us. 401 Pierce RoadProvide opportunity and support to our area’s most undeserved youth. Menlo Park, CA 94025 Or: on-line at 25
  27. 27. In appreciation of our donors Annual Report $50,000-$99,999 Annina Demmon Donors FY12 Carole and Lloyd Carney EPA Charitable Fund Sarah and Patrick Gibbs Lydia Callaghan and Adam Weiss The Grove Foundation $100,000 and above Barbara and William Edwards Marcia and Walter Kortschak Adobe Farallon Foundation Alexandra and Dennis Lenehan Boys & Girls Clubs of America Arline and Leon “Pete” Harman Connie and Robert Lurie Jane and Rob Burgess House Family Foundation Linda and A.C. Markkula California Department of Education The Kimball Foundation Carole and Robert McNeil Lisette Derouaux and Jeff Weiner The Laurel Foundation Francis S. North Foundation Entertainment Industry Foundation Oracle Corporation Ana and Shervin Pishevar The Fitzpatrick Foundation The David and Lucile Robin and Jake Reynolds Grousbeck Family Foundation Packard Foundation Condoleezza Rice Betsy Haehl and John Kriewall Peery Family Fund Linda and Dan Rosensweig Mendelsohn Family Fund Ravenswood Education Foundation San Mateo County Office of Education Sally and Cap Offutt San Mateo County Probation Linda and Ted Schlein Phyllis Moldaw, Moldaw Family Department Silicon Valley Community Foundation Supporting Foundation II Silicon Valley Social Venture Fund Barbara and Arnold Silverman Rozlyn and Mervin Morris Julia and Charlie Simmons Lisa and Matthew Sonsini Peapod Foundation Carol and Warren Spieker TOSA Foundation Peninsula Ball Foundation Stanford University Graduate Onnolee and Orlin Trapp Ravenswood City School District School of Business Howard and Carolee White Foundation Redwood City School District Marcia and Paul Wythes Sequoia Healthcare District $25,000-$49,999 Scout Capital James Anderson $10,000-$24,999 Sobrato Family Foundation Christensen Family Foundation Anonymous Zaffaroni Foundation S.H. Cowell Foundation The Almanac Newspaper26
  28. 28. Jill and Bart Andre Patricia Seawell Bette MoormanAT&T Charlot and Dennis Singleton Lavon and Dean MortonTamara Barr and Craig Buchsbaum TIBCO Software, Inc. Connie and Bill RingPolly and Thomas Bredt Anne and Don Vermeil Scandling Family FoundationJulie and Jeff Brody Jeanne and Leonard Ware The Seiger Family FoundationCalifornia HealthCare Foundation Dana Weintraub and Mike Callahan Janna and James ShennanKathleen and Barry Carr Deborah and Peter Wexler Anita and David ShrigleyCisco Systems Foundation Quin and Doug Whitman Kaye and James SlavetCity of East Palo Alto Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati Summit Preparatory High SchoolCity of Menlo Park Foundation Colleen and Geoff TateComcast The Brin Wojcicki Foundation Elizabeth WebsterHolly and Michael Depatie Douglas Woods Johanna and Caleb WrightDrew FoundationeBay $5,000-$9,999 $1,000-$4,999Facebook Wendy Adams and Pete Rukavina John and Heather AbbisRosine and Norman Ferber Dorothy and Bob Bachler Judy and Doug AdamsGinn Family Foundation Bailard Mark AlbertPam and Patrick Goodenough Jan and Larry Birenbaum Amerigroup FoundationLoren and Michael Gordon Bohannon Foundation Janice and William AndersonCharmian and Lang Hilleary Gavin and Tricia Christensen AnonymousDricka and Derk Hunter Anna Cook Helena and Dick BabbHurlbut-Johnson Charitable Trust Danford Foundation Terri and Tom BailardJack & Jill of America Diana and Stephen Dohrmann Mary Anne Nyburg Baker andJaunich Family Foundation Dana and David Doolin G. Leonard Baker, Jr.Ann and Charlie Johnson Cathy Friedman Duane and Jon Duane Debbie and Steve BaloffTracy Koon Elizabeth and Bruce Dunlevie Barr Charitable FoundationNicole Lederer and Larry Orr Alisa and John Ferrell Dawn and Mark BercowClarissa and Roger Lee Eugene Frantz La Bodeguita Del MedioCatherine Lego Penny and Greg Gallo Thomas BordenMacy’s West Michael Grimes Sandra and Richard BoyceShirley and Duncan Matteson, Sr. Pamela and Michael Gullard Margaret BrandonKelly McGowan and Tim Brady Shirley and Harry Hagey The Mervyn L. Brenner Foundation, Inc.Microsoft Corporation Charlotte and John Holland Sophie and Daniel BrombergGayle Mills and Phil Haworth Sally and Tim Howard Larry and Wendy BrownBetty and Gordon Moore Infiniti Bibbits and Wayne BrownMary Ann and Raymond O’Brien Sue and Kurt Jaggers Carol and John BulkeleySue and Robert O’Donnell Kathy and Robert Jaunich II Terri and Henry BullockDominic Orr Walter S. Johnson Foundation Shawn and Brook ByersSusan and Lynn Orr Sy Kaufman California Pizza KitchenSimone Otus and Tench Coxe Christina Kenrick The Capital Group CompaniesPhilanthropic Ventures Foundation Pat and Gregory Krikorian Charitable FoundationTheresia and Tim Ranzetta Laurie Lacob Barbara and Timothy CarmanRegis Management Company Elizabeth and Thomas Laffont Ronald CastellinoMindy and Jesse Rogers Lakeside Foundation Martha and Paul ChamberlainSand Hill Foundation LinkedIn Estella Chan and Brian JacksonSheryl Sandberg and David Goldberg Chris Liotta Dianne and Jeff ChildSanDisk Lisa and David Mooring Rebecca and Bud Colligan 27
  29. 29. Cornerstone Research Felicia and Benjamin Horowitz Eric Muller Joseph Costello Lily Hurlimann and James Bassett Museum of Science Cramblit Family Foundation Intel Corporation Susan and Frank Myers Kim and Todd Crockett William Isackson Thuy Nguyen Barbara and Charles Demmon Jockers Family Foundation Matilda Nieri Marguerite Dey Catherine and Franklin Johnson Northrop Grumman Corporation Ann and John Doerr Foundation Rachel and Matt Ocken Phyllis and William Draper Kathryn Jones Jill and Geoff Parker Katie and Tom Eggemeier Joy Family Foundation Mary and Jeff Pickard Shirley Ely Janet Kanios Tori and Thomas Pickett Emmett W. MacCorkle, Inc. Beverly Ann Kiltz Blair Porteous Ericsson Gail and Fred Kittler Project Access, Inc. Patricia and Jarold Evans Linda and John Knoll Paula and Michael Rantz Hedy and Chris Eyre Tong and Brian Kobilka Rosemary Remacle Farm Rich Lauren and Brad Koenig David Richey Ferrari Family Foundation Amy and Tim Kunihiro Ashley and Ren Riley Ford Land Company Joan Lambert and Mark Silverman Robert Rodert Molly and Scott Forstall Joan Lane Elizabeth Ross Constance and William Fortenbaugh Ray Lane Michael Ross Sidney E. Frank Foundation Tony Lautmann Ross Stores, Inc. Julia Freda-Eskenazi and Martha Lee Marie Russell Memorial Fund Amir Bassan-Eskenazi Emily Leisy Kim and Bruce Sachs Rebecca and Marc Friend Kim and Tom LeMieux Sarah and Greg Sands Lisa and Jack Fuchs Leslie Family Foundation Karen and Steve Schultz Pat and Terry Fuqua Ginger and Douglas Levick Charles Schwab Foundation Andrea and Steve Gandolfo Becky Long and Ken Hirsch Seiler LLP Elisabeth and Marcel Gani Nancy and Torstein Lund Ann and Edwin Seipp Gap Foundation Gift Match Program Shawn and Douglas MacKenzie Cynthia and Bruce Sewell Nicole Garratt and Charles Schulman Amy and Richard Magnuson Laurie and Rod Shepard Daniela Gasparini and Alyn Beals Melody and Chris Malachowsky Silicon Valley Prayer Group The Carl & Celia Berta Gellert Jill and Deane Malott Ellen and David Siminoff Foundation May Family Foundation Diane and Peter Sonsini Molly and Ned Gibbons Debra and Brant McCall Harise and Peter Staple Barbara and John Glynn Malcolm McGinnis Stellar Solutions Inc. William Gordon Kay and Arthur McIntosh Sterling Stamos Capital Grousemont Foundation Milbrey McLaughlin and Lawrence Klein Management, L.P. Baquera Haidri and Mark Paskin Michele and John McNellis John Straubel Deborah and Russell Hall Mary Meeker Michael Sweeney Hope and Osborne Hardison Linda and Anthony Meier Jocelyn and Dan Swisher Jody and Donald Harrier Kay Melchor Shimokawa Takeshi Constance Heldman and Hal Mooz Elyce Melmon Patricia and Mark Thompson Anita and Ira Hermann Menlo Park Live Oak Lions Club Connie and Eric Tiegel Alan Herzig Leslie and Matt Mayerson Kelli and Steffan Tomlinson Margaret and Harvey Hinman Lee Michelson Margaret and Jack Tormey Richard Hoertkorn Carolyn and Marvin Miller Darlene and Larry Tripplett Audrey Hogan Katie and Scott Mitic Nathan Tsoi Susie and Gary Hornbeek The Morton Foundation Chrissy and John Twichell28
  30. 30. Sue Valeriote and Ken Goldman Allison and Byron Deeter Anne and James LaPlanteKaren and Blake Vesey Amy Delson Marcia and Hank LawsonDiana Walsh and Kent Walker James V. and June P. Diller Family William LeeLinda and Tom Walsh Foundation Sharon and Mark LockareffGene Washington Jennifer and Leonard Dulski Ellen and Jim LussierJack Watkins Ernst & Young Justine and Charles LynchAdrienne and Dave Weil Fat Tire Foundation Massena FoundationJoseph Welsh Elizabeth and Sean Fee Ruth and Samuel MayersonWestEd Cynthia and William Floyd Jameson and Casey McJunkinArleene and Richard Wilkolaski Debbie and George Foster Patsy and Charles McLureSusan and Scott Wills Laura and John Foster Frederick MielkeKristen and Matt Wilsey Heike and Markus Fromherz Mission FishLiz and Larry Wiseman Cristina Garelli Melinda Moir and Anthony PowellBrenda and Wade Woodson Sissy and Theodore Geballe Janet Havard Mosser and Donn MosserDeAnn and Paul Work Maria and Mark Geenen John MurphyKim Young and John Moragne Christine Gipps Stephen NachtsheimSally and James Young Walter Girdlestone Patricia and Dan NiehansGail and James Young Kate Godfrey Catherine and Neill NormanWilliam Younger Good Tidings Foundation Judith and Bradford O’BrienThe Zaffaroni Foundation Jan and Dave Graber Carol and Luther OrtonMarie and John Zderic Noa Grant Elizabeth and John Ouren Jeanne Gressens Pacific Convenience and Fuels, LLC$500-$999 Christina and Timothy Hall Palo Alto Host Lions Club, Inc.Catherine Abbe and Bob Gallagher Mary Ann and Mark Harris Laura and Mark PitchfordMeredith Ackley and Eric Salvatierra Andrea and John Hennessy Planetz/Echelon, Inc.Amy Adams-Harding and Peter Harding Betsy and John Henze Helen and Russell PyneAaron Appelt Trent Herren Cathy RechtVirginia Atkinson Marilyn and Harold Hohbach Research In Motion CorporationAlison Augustin Gretchen Hoover Mark RisherTracey and Brian Avery Dave House Edith and George RosenkranzCecile Babcock and Herbert Fockler Barbara and Carl Jacobson Susan and Jeffrey ScheelBank of America Charitable Foundation Andrea and Andy Luskin Chitra and Ajit ShahMarianne Barulich Karen Shishino Jordan Silicon Valley Community FoundationJessica and Andrew Beebe and Jeffrey Jordan Craig SirnioJanet and James Bochnowski Betty and Bob Joss Sally and Rich SlavinPaul Boerner Nirmy Kang and Kully Kooner Brad SnedecorFredrick and Carine Bolander Dennis Karle Patricia Spector and David MansKim and Carlos Bolanos Cheryl Kendall and Glenn Nash Spencer FoundationChristopher Boyatt Leif King Lynn and Jeremy SpielmanKirsten and Andrew Braccia Edie and Bob Kirkwood Stanford UniversityFaith Braff Patricia Klaus Maddy and Isaac SteinDaryl Camarillo Kristin Klint Lisa StrandMarion and Raymond Christensen Sally and Albert Knorp Carmen and Roger StuhlmullerChristine and Michael Clarke Susan and Del Krause Sara and David TaftSusan Colb Greg Krimer Susanna TangDavid Cost Ivonne and Lawrence Kuechler Diane and Tad TaubeShirley Dawson April Lanz Victoria Thorp and Jim Migdal 29
  31. 31. Cindy and Jeffrey Traum Joan and Tom Brown Carol and Ted Faravelli Travelers Community Connections Brown Insurance Services Jane Farish and Jim Savage Matching Gifts Program Janet Brownstone and Andrew Verhalen Diane and David Feldman Jane Tucker John Bruel Amy and Enrique Figueroa Karleen and Greg Turnbull Betsey and Michael Buddy Paul Fink Barbara and Christopher Varseveld Anne Marie Burgoyne and Brad Roberts Heike Fischer Don Whipple Patty and Jack Busch Arthur Flegel J. Williamson Adriel Bush Jose Flores Janet Wilson C and S Enterprises Anne and Buzz Frahn Susan and Scott Carey Nadine and Robert Franceschini $100-$499 Lisa and Doug Carlson Gerard Furbershaw Abbott Laboratories Employee Dorothy Cartan Galileo Educational Services, LLC Giving Campaign George Cator Trisha Garrett Judy and Brian Adams Katherine and Daniel Chappelear Mary and Mark Gilles Adobe Matching Campaign Denise Chilow Jacqueline and Leon Glaster Agile Physical Therapy Audrey and Michael Clair Nicole and Keith Goldstein Susannah and Craig Albright Sarah and Thomas Clark Dorothea and Charles Gordon Jason Allen Jan and Neal Coberly Anne and Dick Gould Alston & Bird, LLP Shoshanah and Colin Cohen Gaila and James Grace Saul Alvarado John and Edith Collin Dorothy Gravelle Valerie and Kailash Ambwani Wendy and James Cook Michelle and Josh Griffith Amigos de las Americas Douglas Cooper Elizabeth M. Gulevich Peninsula Chapter Laura and Hugh Cornish Bhusan Gupta Alice and Forrest Anderson Kim Cranston Jill and David Hale Kathryn and Thomas Angioletti Gayle Crossley Linda Hall Paula Antonelli Ellen Curran John and Joanna Hamm Joanne and David Arata Justin Currie Gordon Harper Colin Arnold Leslie and Michael Curtis Mr. and Mrs. Allan Harris Association of Silicon Valley Brokers Betsy and Albert Cusinot Mary and Robert Harrison Marion Avery Maria Darocha Frances Hart Shanda Bahles Lee and Alfred Dau K. Haydel and Aaron Strauch Leirion Gaylor Baird and Scott Baird Patti and Mark Davis Libby and Craig Heimark Elaine and David Barry Peggy and Reid Dennis Andrea and Ryan Helft Nancy and Herman Bates Russell Deutsch Denise and Steve Henry Alan Bear Jeffrey Devine Hillel at Stanford Keith Belling Rachelle Diamond Kenneth Hillier Diana and Dan Bergeson Barbara K. and Peter C. Dolliver Mary Hom and Tom Cooper Linda and Ozdemir Beyce Ruth Donig-White and Robert White Suzanne and Peter Hooper Dawn Black Alicia Dorosin Virginia and Peter Hughes Susan Bockus and Michael Brown Ms. Arden D. Down Honor and Hillard Huntington Rachel Borovina Vanessa and Bob Drebin Nori and Ron Jabba Chris and Michael Boskin Faith and Frederick Duhring Jamba Juice Elizabeth Bradley and Brian Kissel Francesca Eastman Ann Jeffries Robert H. Bragg Gregory Eckert Carol Johnson Andrea Brant and Ivan Morales Tami Espinosa Julie Jomo and Robert Wenzlau Norah and Graeme Bretall Gary Fabian Nancy and David Jones Monica and George Bright Elizabeth and George Fallon Erna and Jerry Jones30
  32. 32. Nancy and Paul Jones Cynthia and Larry McIntyre Barbara and Timothy ReedThomas Joseph Lynn and Neil McKinnon Phyllis and Brian ReedWayne Kabak Anne and Richard Melbye Jody RevakTeresa and Stanley Kangas Janette Mello Christopher RichYassini Kapuya Menlo School Maureen and Satish RishiHomai and Arvand Kasad Microsoft Giving Campaign Margo Ritter and Peter HammondRuth Kasle Dolly Miller Fan and Jack RomingerMs. Kirsten Keith Lynn and David Mitchell Julie and Jim RooneyGina and Rich Kelley Allison Mnookin and Claudette and Bob RosenbergMonica Kelly Cornelius Olcott, V Debbie and Stuart RosenbergJeanette Kennedy and Beverly Mohr Shelley and Bernard Ross Steven Alexander Mr. and Clem Molony Debby and William RothJane King Marie and Geoffrey Moore Emily and Jake RothLiz and Tom King Gail Morehead Mary and Stephen RudolphChristine and Michael King Victoria Morgan Lupe RuizKirkland and Ellis Foundation Barbara and George Morris Theresa and Stephen RutledgeChristine and James Kitch Anna and Matthew Morris Mrs. Maureen RyanDaniel Klatt Joanna Mountain and Joan SainAllan Kleidon Heyward Robinson Doris and John SantanaSheryl and Tony Klein George Murphy Nicole and Bradley SawayaChrissie and John Kremer Susan Murphy and Jeff Erickson Sharon and Thomas SchaferGladys Kwong Craig Nalen Sue and Joseph ScheidBarbara and Paul Labagh Renu Nanda and Sanjay Goyle Bonnie Scheinman-PospisilStephanie Larson Paula and Joseph Nepomuceno Lisa and Mark SchiavenzaGustavo Leal Merrill and Alicia Newman Tracy SchillingSuzanne Legallet Alexandra and Chris Niederauer Linda SchmidtDonna Lemus Karen and George Offen Jen Schneider and Dain DegroffSo Man Leung Janine O’Flaherty and Mr. and Mrs. Albert SchreckShoshana and Ronald Levy Anthony Gschwend Bernice SchwabacherStephen Lewis Laura and Pat Olson Martha Seaver and Scott WaleckaJames Lianides P. Wayne Osborne Security Public StorageBrenda and Lee Lichtenberger Charlene and Leo Ott Tina Seelig and Michael TennefossCheryl and Daniel Lilienstein Karen and Timothy Padovese Ruth SeilerAllen Lin James Palmer Barb and Win SeippLinda and James Little Park Fort Washington Association Nancy and Gregory SerrurierBrooke Lopez Ruth and Tim Patterson Carolyn and John SeyfarthJohn Lowney Sarah Peterson Darlene and George ShaheenJames B. Lundy Annie and Steve Peterson Richard ShavelsonThomas Maier Helen and Joe Pickering Rebecca Shaw and Michael DeLapaMichael Major Rebecca Pinto Lisa SisterhenmDeborah and Jerome Mandelbaum Roxanne Pinto Jacqueline and Morton SlaterJoanne and Robert Mann Barbara and Charles Preuss Barbara Jo and David SloneDonna Marcus Maggie Pringle Felicia and Chris SnowLynda and John Marren Alison Proctor Jeanese and Jeffrey SnyderMartha and David Marsh Suzie Provo Marion SoftkyBetsy and Matt Matteson Jane Purnell Tevis SpeziaMargaret McCulla Jeanne and Richard Quinlan Cathy and Tod Spieker 31
  33. 33. St. Charles School Dana and William Starling In-Kind Peet’s Coffee & Tea Christine Stiles Donors Peter Prescott Helen and Joe Pickering Dorothy Stivers Queen Bee Ice Cream Amarin Thai Cuisine Margaret and Rick Stone Brigid Van Randall Applied Micro Michael Sullivan Gordon Ringold Richard Bell Sunrise Painting Incorporated Deborah Risi Karen Beswick and Javier Salas Krysia Swift SanDisk Bon Appetit SWJ Realty Inc. Jan Seiger Stefanie Bruggeman Nuttawee Taasevigen Barbara and Arnold Silverman BiRite Foodservice Distributors Richard Thesing Debbie Spaizman CBS KPIX TV, Channel 5 Elizabeth and Dexter Tight Irina Tokareva Charles Armstrong School Lupe Torres-Khalil Anna Voitattomi Griselda and Willie Crowder Amy Traum and Neil Koren Leola Wade Erik’s Deli Cafe Redwood City Brandy Vico Calie Walker Katherine and Daniel Finnigan Matson Wade Whole Foods Karen Furman Mara and Rick Wallace Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati Andrea and Steve Gandolfo Brandi and Gerry Walters Yahoo! Judith and Michael Gaulke Joshua Watterson Gilead Sciences, Inc. Olive and Richard Waugh Jan and Peter Harris Carol Ann and Warren Weiss Butch Hazlett Cathy and Leon Wentz Dawn Hemm Maurice Werdegar Carol Henderson Jeanne and William Weseloh High 5 Star Pizza Gail Whelan Hobee’s Restaurant James V. Whitehead Karen Holland Becky and Allen Williams C. Murray Hushion Nancy Woodward Hakam Ibrahim WorldPoints David Jones Set and Bola Wusu Joanne and John Kemp Antoinette Wythes Sally and Albert Knorp Y.A. Tittle & Associates Kepler’s Books Jane and Don Yates Bob Lainez Tyler Young Laura and Gary Lauder Marina Zago and Michael Campbell Le Boulanger William Zappettini David Martin Mr. William J. Zonner Mi Pueblo Food Center Michaels Arts & Crafts Michelle and Mark Box Microsoft Corporation Noah’s Bagels Nurisso Oracle Corporation Dominic Orr Keith Otis Colleen Patell32
  34. 34. BGCPBoardBoard of DirectorsAndrea Gandolfo Cathy Friedman Duane Milbrey McLaughlin Rob Burgess Ned Gibbons Jake ReynoldsRuben Abrica Patrick Goodenough Anita ShrigleyPaul Bains Michael Gullard Barbara SilvermanCarlos Bolanos Phil Haworth Matthew SonsiniAmy Boyle Tracy Koon John Straubel Bob Burlinson Dennis Lenehan Dana WeintraubBarry Carr Matt Mayerson Marcia WythesNina Demmon Colene McBeth Leah ZaffaroniHolly Depatie Debra McCallAdvisory BoardLloyd Carney Phyllis MoldawSusan Ford Dorsey Mervin G. MorrisJeffrey Henley Condoleeza RiceDave House Jeff WeinerRobert Jaunich II Alejandro C. ZaffaroniRobert McNeil 33
  35. 35. “When I meet with the students at BGCP’s Sobrato Summer Academy, so engaged and fired up about learning, my first thought is: ‘Every one of these children deserves a fair shot.’ We need to invest in that amazing untapped potential, for business, for struggling communities and for kids.” John Sobrato, Funder BGCP Sobrato Summer Academy401 Pierce RoadMenlo Park, CA 94025(p) 650-646-6140(f)