ANNUAL REPORT 2011
TABLE OF CONTENTS Leadership Message...........................................................................................................2 A Year in Review...............................................................................................................4 Formula for Impact............................................................................................................5 Academic Success..............................................................................................................6 YouthForce.......................................................................................................................... 8 Healty Lifestyles...............................................................................................................10 Good Character/Citizenship.........................................................................................14 InfluenceHer......................................................................................................................16 Club Spotlights..................................................................................................................18 Financials............................................................................................................................20 Club Board and Advisory Board..................................................................................24 2011 Donors.....................................................................................................................26
OF KING COUNTY
Each year, hundreds of individuals, corporations, foundations and groups generously support Boys & Girls Clubs of King County (BGCKC) with financial gifts. Every donation, large and small, provides BGCKC with the resources necessary to continue supporting the kids, teens and families who rely on the clubs to improve their futures. Thank you so very much for your continued support.
2011 MAJOR ACCOMPLISHMENTS
• Boys & Girls Clubs of King County hosted
the Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday Hoopfest, sponsored by Bing, at the University of Washington’s HecEd Pavilion for the region’s top high school basketball teams.
Jones spoke at the KidsBreakfast on the importance of life’s
Storm superstar Swin Cash, Storm CEO Karen Bryant and other Storm players took 45 Club girls shopping for back-to-
school supplies and Nike shoes with a $200 gift card!
Rainier Vista and Seattle School District start an Interagency Academy at the Smilow Rainier Vista Club.
EX3 Teen Center, powered by Microsoft, broke ground on July 18 and opened in September to serve over 5,000 area teens. Summit held with 85 women to explore
expanding girls Club programs.
Club opened 5,000 sq. ft. of new classroom space to
accommodate the growing ‘Challengers’ middle school program.
• Boys & Girls Clubs of King County
awarded top national honors: Gold for
Southwest Club’s drop-in program, Gold for InfluenceHer in communications, and Merit for Wallingford Club’s literacy program.
Depot sponsored a new $65,000 ‘KaBOOM’ playground at
the Smilow Rainier Vista Club, built by over 250 volunteers.
• The new Mercer
Island Club celebrated their grand opening!
Inspire and enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to realize their full potential as productive, responsible and caring citizens.
LEADERSHIP MESSAGE It gives me great pleasure to say that the passion for the mission of Boys & Girls Clubs is always strong in King County. As I look back at the challenges the organization has faced over the past few years, never once has the commitment to the mission waned. On behalf of all the staff and volunteers at Boys & Girls Clubs of King County, it feels great to say that we truly do exist to help the kids who need us most. Financial health is a core executive commitment and the Annual Report is one way of telling the story of fiscal responsibility. Boys & Girls Clubs of King County staff and leadership faced many challenges in 2011, but the team powered through obstacles and stayed committed to always improving for the future. We are thankful for the contribution of our former leader, Daniel Johnson, and look forward to the years under the leadership of new president and CEO, Calvin Lyons. I encourage you to read through and learn more about the organization, especially how we procure resources and carefully invest in programs and services that create a positive place for kids. This tenacious attitude resulted in many achievements throughout the fiscal year including:
• Almost $7.5 million in unrestricted public financial support, a strong endorsement for our programs and services. This is 40 percent of an overall budget of $18.5 million.
• A fine-tuned annual budget that helped maintain services while supporting team members - despite salary and benefit cutbacks.
• 56,000 healthy meals and snacks served to at-risk students, thanks to a USDA program.
• Powerful Choices, a program teaching healthy food choices to members. The program launched to address childhood obesity and Type II diabetes in our community, and is a partnership with Seattle King County Public Health and the University of Washington.
• Formula for Impact, an outcome-driven approach designed to improve academic success, as measured by on-time high school graduation rates.
• Successful events in support of our programs and members, thanks to Princess Cruises Community Foundation, Microsoft, Regence and all our sponsors, volunteers and donors.
Our accomplishments are not possible without the hard work and dedication of our staff. As we look into the future, we know that 2012 will not be easier than the past two years. Nevertheless, we remain committed and we are focused to ensure better times ahead. Most importantly, we are thankful for the support we continuously receive on behalf of the kids of King County. With the support of our Board of Directors, advisory boards, foundations, grants and individual donors, we are able to provide a place where we can help kids achieve academic success, encourage good character and citizenship and teach healthy lifestyles. Working as a team, the entire community is helping to ensure that great futures start at Boys & Girls Clubs of King County. Sincerely,
Erika K. Schmidt, APR 2011-2012 Chair, Board of Directors
Erika K. Schmidt, APR 2011-2012 Chair, Board of Directors
ERIKA K. SCHMIDT Erika Schmidt started her service with Boys & Girls Clubs of King County as a favor to a friend. But, it became much more. “I became involved because my values align with civic engagement,” Erika says, “but I fell in love because of my background and because of what kids get in the Clubs.” Though she is now the president and COO of The Frause Group, Inc. an innovative marketing and communications company, success did not come easily for Erika. A woman who “pulled herself up by her bootstraps,” paying her own way through college while working, she calls herself a self-starter. “If I had a Boys & Girls Club, it would have made a big difference,” she says. At Frause, she enjoys doing hard work with smart people. Civic engagement is a natural extension of Erika’s life philosophy, so she began her service with the Clubs serving in the communications committee and then the executive committee. She thanks her friend, Marisa Walker, for introducing her to the organization. When it was time for her to step up to the plate and serve as Board Chair, countless challenges stood in her way including a CEO transition, tough financial times and staff cuts. But Erika’s style of perseverance paid off and brought her closer to other BGCKC team members. She has a long list of people within all parts of the organization that she owes a debt of gratitude to for their support, and believes that the team is the core reason she survived the year. The mother of two boys, 13 and 8, Erika knows the importance of strong support in the development of a child. “We are so defined by our childhood experiences,” she says, “that you really need positive experiences.”
A YEAR IN REVIEW It was a very busy and rewarding year for Boys & Girls Clubs of King County. Here is just some of what we accomplished:
354,750 healthy snacks were given to youth in drop-in programs, Early Learning Centers and teen centers.
65,804 meals were given to youth. 13,861 youth (not club members) served through community outreach 7,440 youth participated in athletics, including everything from football, basketball, baseball and soccer to Rugby, gymnastics and swimming
6,200+ counting! hours of community service given by teens aged 11–18. 4,773 club members attended the club 52 days or more (once or more a week).
3,124 club members qualified for free or reduced-price lunch (note: reported numbers do not always reflect all need as figures are based on self-reporting).
2,168 youth attend county-wide, on a given day. 596 youth with disabilities served. Simply put, if it wasn’t for faithful supporters like you, we wouldn’t exist. So thank you for supplying the funds that we need to make a difference in the lives of kids and teenagers right here in our own community.
FORMULA FOR IMPACT The Boys & Girls Clubs of King County road map for program quality and community impact focuses on three pillars: Academic Success, Healthy Lifestyles and Good Character & Citizenship. Our goal is to dramatically improve the outcomes of our kids and teens in these key areas. It also enables us to measure our success in meeting key deliverables and sharing our results with our many supporters. Academic Success—The goal of academic success is to prepare our teens to graduate from high school and be ready and qualified to attend college, trade schools, the military or gain employment.
Healthy Lifestyles—We educate and prepare our kids and teens to adopt a healthy diet, practice healthy lifestyle choices and make a lifelong commitment to fitness.
Good Character & Citizenship—Our programs teach our youth to be an engaged citizen by getting involved in the community, registering to vote and modelling strong character.
ACADEMIC SUCCESS: FROM KINDERGARTEN TO COLLEGE PowerHour: 60 minutes of Club-wide homework time for tutoring,
reading or sharpening your skills. From one-on-one tutoring to homework time to educational employment services, we are there for youth every step of their journey. Our goal is to improve grades, reduce high school dropout rates and teach kids to see themselves as learners.
Micro Society: our Micro Society program is a mini-city within a Club at
Renton Skyway, which teaches youth to create their own government, business ventures and currency, teaching life skills to rise out of intergenerational poverty.
ClubTech: powered by Microsoft, ClubTech enables youth to use state-of-
the-art software and computers to create stop-motion films, edit videos and even build robots!
BE GREAT Graduate: drop-out intervention and mentoring for at-risk youth run at the EX3 Teen Center in Federal Way.
READING EXPLORERS We’re a creative bunch. Staff at the Wallingford Early Learning Center, located at B.F. Day Elementary, created their own program, Reading Explorers. 58 kids in the Club set out to read and track 250,000 pages in a school year. For every benchmark kids met, they moved a ship on a large map of a fictional world with islands like Narnia. The incentive? Initially just prizes and a pizza party, but kids got so involved they demanded reading time and read a total of 345,000 pages! Even kindergarteners and first graders participated through daily story time. Staff read 25 books to them this year, including all of Roald Dahl’s works! Parents say they’ve never seen their kids so engaged in reading and learning so many words. Hunter, a first grader enrolled in a Japanese immersion program at school, loves reading about science. Every day, Club staff provide 30 minutes of support for younger kids like Hunter who need homework help. Shy when he first came to the Club, Hunter is now a leader among kids his age. He was named Club member of the month in May!
YOUTHFORCE: TEENS IN ACTION An educational employment program, YouthForce is committed to providing meaningful and relevant career opportunities. Career Internship Program Paid internship opportunities at local businesses supported by individualized training and coaching from YouthForce staff.
TeamWork TeamWork is a unique partnership between YouthForce and First and Goal Inc. that offers entry-level work experience during Sounders and Seahawks games.
YouthForce University A monthly, half-day session to prepare teens with post–high school plans.
Thanks to our YouthForce sponsors: Microsoft, Sounders FC, Seahawks, Stoel Rives LLP, Andersen Construction Company, Coughlin Porter Lundeen Structural, Seismic and Civil Engineering and the Washington Technology Industry Association.
YOUTHFORCE’S POSITIVE EFFECT “Before YouthForce, I was just an ordinary girl trying to become somebody.” 17-year old Tugba Haklidir had a passion for technology. She wanted to crack encrypted computer codes. But as a young woman who needed to provide financial support to her family, she wasn’t sure how she could attain her dream of becoming a computer forensic professional. Through YouthForce, Tugba received a dedicated and caring mentor, a data entry internship at Washington Technology Industry Association and support in applying for college.YouthForce became a second home, she says. Her internship and her second job with TeamWork allowed her not only to help her mother out with expenses but also to network and strengthen her communication skills. While studying Computer Science in college, Tugba also plans to mentor teens and families in trouble, helping them rise above the challenges that stand between them and their dreams. YouthForce “lit a light in my path,” she said. She hopes to inspire other young women to pursue careers in technology and is excited that her college education will act as a lifeline to pull her family out of poverty and to give her sister a brighter future. “YouthForce changed my vision for the future,” Tugba said, “Before I had a vision, but not steps. Now I have a vision I can follow and I can see the path clearly.”
YouthForce helped Tugba get a job at the public library in Greenwood. She will attend UW in the fall to study law or computer science.
YOUTHFORCE TEENS ARE: • first-generation college-bound • first-generation American • low-income families as measured by eligibility for free-reduced lunch programs
Your generous support will enable us to serve more kids and teens with academic programs such as YouthForce. Please call us at 206.436.1800 or visit us online at: www.positiveplace.org/donate
• part of a racial or ethnic minority population • living in high-risk neighborhoods • in foster or kinship care placements
USDA SITE MEAL TOTALS: S m i l o w R a i n i e r V i s t a Club: 2 4,598
Renton/Skyway Club: 2 ,959
breakfasts, 9,132 snacks
Olympic Hills Wallingford E a r l y L e a r n i n g C e n t e r : 2,958 snacks Northgate—Wallingford E a r l y L e a r n i n g C e n t e r : 3,162 snacks Southwest Club: 13,817
Patrice, the chef at Smilow Rainier Vista, has given 19 years of service to the Clubs!
HEALTHY LIFESTYLES We inspire youth to adopt a healthy diet, practice healthy lifestyle choices and make a lifelong commitment to fitness. Not every child could tell you how many calories yakisoba has. But the youth at the Joel E. Smilow Clubhouse & Teen Center at Rainier Vista could. In a neighborhood where 357 youth qualify for free or reduced-price lunch and 571 come from singleparent families, youth at this Club do not always get a healthy meal or any hot meal at home. Club kids and teens alike receive a USDA-approved healthy meal. In 2011, the Smilow Rainier Vista Club served a total of 24,598 dinners. Through cooking classes, educational presentations and colorful posters, youth have learned the fat, protein, sodium and carbohydrate content of their favorite fast foods and compared them with the USDA-approved meals. Taste tests proved that the healthier food tasted just as good or better and was far healthier! Today, 5th grader and Junior Staff member Saint is helping out in the kitchen. Though he loves playing basketball and football in the Club, through working in the kitchen, he’s learned about the fat content of bacon and at what temperature he needs to keep the milk while pouring. “Today, I talked to every kid in the Club,” he says, smiling.
CLUB CREATES SAFE PLACE FOR VICTIM OF TRAUMA Caring for the Whole Person He comes an hour before the noise and bustle of the city. Self-reserved, Gabriel quietly skips around the Renton/Skyway Boys & Girls Club, talking to staff and playing on the computer. “The City of Renway,” as the Club is locally known, simulates a miniature city, replete with leadership, businesses, laws and social codes. The Club’s driving program, MicroSociety, helps to break the cycle of intergenerational poverty by incorporating business skills into all aspects of programming. But for Club staff, success for Gabriel is not just about business. At the beginning of the 2011–2012 school year, the 2nd grader was released from a 6-month stay in a therapeutic facility for treatment. Abused and neglected for 5 years, Gabriel did not receive the care he needed until he was adopted by his grandparents. It soon became obvious that he needed mental health care to deal with his trauma. When the Club heard that Gabriel had to go to the facility, they assured his grandparents they’d save a spot for him when he returned. After being adopted, Gabriel’s DSHS subsidies were cut, but Club Director Dorina Calderon-McHenry provided a scholarship for his grandparents, who work full-time to support 3 children. Now, Gabriel is back in an alternative school and back in the Club. Dorina and her staff arrive early to adjust to his new school schedule. Gabriel is now engaged and acts as a leader for the younger kids. In the Club, Gabriel’s found adults who care. Though he’s active and engaged at the Club and at home, Gabriel still struggles with his behavior in school. “There’s just something he’s getting at home and in the Club that makes him behave positively that he may not be getting in school,” his grandfather said. He often brings Gabriel’s younger siblings to the Club for pick-up. They put their hands on the doors with wide eyes. Dorina would like to admit the siblings when they are old enough but worries about the additional cost for the family. Most importantly, Gabriel is now safe and secure. He puts his hand gently on his brother’s head and leaves the Club calm and smiling.
POWERFUL CHOICES Through a partnership with the University of Washington’s NW Center for Excellence in Media Literacy and Public Health of Seattle and King County, the Clubs implemented Powerful Choices, a media literacy and health education program. Kids learned to recognize the messaging in food advertising, created their own ads and encouraged peers and even staff to give up soda and other sugary foods!
SUMMER CAMPS Jump into Summer!
Boys & Girls Clubs are a tried and true leader in summer camp programming. We offer weekly camps for youth ages 3–18. Our camps are as diverse as your children’s needs and
interests. Choose from sports, adventure, enrichment, science and technology, youth with special needs or teen camps. We offer a dependable and affordable way to fill a child’s summer with fun.
EARLY LEARNING CENTERS 25% of our average daily attendance and 20% of our revenue comes from
Centers around King County.
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Early Learning Centers, licensed by the Department of Early Learning (DEL), offer before and after school care, low youth-adult ratios, academic support and enrichment programs.
ATHLETICS Club athletics provide a place where youth can play their favorite sports in competitive or noncompetitive environments. We offer everything from basketball, soccer, baseball and rugby to gymnastics, karate and rock-climbing, just to name a few! This year, 7,400
youth participated in athletic programming!
GOOD CHARACTER & CITIZENSHIP We don’t want our teens to excel just academically. We want them to understand what it means to be in a community. In the past 6 months, 703 teens have given over 6,200 hours of their time to their community through tutoring, educational programming, fundraising, mentoring and community clean-up.
HANDS ON HAITI In January 2010, a 7.0 earthquake rocked Haiti. How many people are still thinking about the aftermath of an earthquake that left 230,000 dead, in a country where 10% of children do not live to age 5 and 430,000 children live without parents? The teens at North Seattle don’t want us to forget. In February, teens and Keystone members planned, organized and hosted an auction called Hands on Haiti to remember and support children and families in one of the most densley populated and impoverished countries in the world. The teens turned their Club into a make-shift shelter and posted facts about Haiti’s culture and economy to bring the message home. 40 community members attended and the
youth raised $3,175!
SMART Girls: is a safe group where young girls can learn about health, body image, their community and create new friendships.
Jr. Staff and Counselor in Training (CIT): are programs that offer youth on-the-job training for those
interested in becoming a youth development professional. Jr. Staff or CITs work at summer camps, in the kitchen, help with homework, and lead sports games. Some CITs even work full-time during summer camps!
Kelsey Thompson has been going to the Kirkland Club since she was 7. As a “little kid CIT,” she was always eager to help out. The past 4 years, she’s served full-time as a CIT in the summer camp. Now, as a young woman who has just graduated and overcome great obstacles, Kelsey is Keystone President and plans to become a drug and alcohol addiction counselor. We’ll miss her, but we’re proud to say she’s one of us!
TA K E A C T I O N F O R G I R L S
INFLUENCEHER InfluenceHer aims to empower girls, help them find their voices and tap into their passion so they can become healthy, strong and resilient leaders. This year, InfluenceHer organized a holiday gift drive, held its first week-long all-girls summer camp and invited Seattle Storm’s Swin Cash to speak and inspire girls! At Fashion Night Out, female community leaders gathered to network and raise money for girls programming.
Seattle Storm’s Swin Cash with Rotary teen.
Your generous support will enable us to serve more kids and teens with programs to help them develop strong character and involved citizenship. Please call us at 206.436.1800 or visit us online at: www.positiveplace.org/donate
Story on Olivia: Staff at the Ballard Main Club call her “a friend to everyone.”
Youth of the Year ANNUAL AWARDS LUNCHEON Presenting & Annual Sponsor:
Olivia’s joy and energy is infectious. But as a child, she struggled to find her place. The Club was her safe place when she was teased and faced the loss of her beloved grandmother and best friend.
Without the support of the counselors at the Club, Olivia says she would not have become the young woman she is today.
North Coast Electric Company
“What makes a place is the people that fill it.”
YOUTH OF THE YEAR 2011
Pacific Public Affairs Princess Cruises Community Foundation Creative Partners:
Lionfish In-Kind Partners:
A special thanks to our sponsors!
Microsoft was the presenting sponsor of Youth of the Year. Additional sponsors include North Coast Electric Co., Princess Cruises Community Foundation, Pacific Public Affairs and Lionfish.
BALLARD EXPANSION For Ann McGettigan, the Club is more than a positive and fun place. When one of her three boys was having a hard year, the Club was a place where he could be “loved and supported for who he was.” As a single, lesbian mother of a multi-cultural family, Ann has been appreciative of the acceptance and support of the staff and community at the Ballard Club. And when Club Director Mark Hendricks started fundraising for the expansion project, Ann wanted to be involved. “I watched Mark give people an opportunity to support that work in ways they couldn’t have imagined they could,” she said. The expansion allowed more light, space and gave each age group in the licensed Early Learning Center facility two classrooms decorated and equipped for their developmental needs and personal interests. Ann sees the expansion as a great way to enable the amazing work staff are already doing.
“The Club is my partner with my kids, they’ve got my back. Instilling values of courtesy respect and equity.” Ann McGettigan
VOLUNTEER SPOTLIGHT From Korea to the Pentagon to New York, Audrey Hudgins and Erin Engelhardt are not shy about service. And as staff members at Seattle University, they stand out a bit among their peers on the Rotary Board. “Many other board members are of great financial support to the Club,” Audrey says. “But Erin and I aren’t there to write $100,000 checks.” Audrey and Erin bring something else—a commitment to service. And a team of Seattle U volunteers.
“At the Club, I see folks there doing their job so well, and I get a lot of joy from that.” Erin Engelhardt
Erin, the Assistant Athletic Director at Seattle U and a competitive lacrosse player, started All-Girls gym to create a safe, fun place for girls. After retiring from the army, Audrey started a reading program, “Read to Lead,” to engage Seattle U students in service. Audrey and Erin make it look easy—they spend hours writing donor thank you cards, playing with kids in the Club, inspiring their students. And they have fun doing it.
To volunteer at a Club call 206.436.1800 today!
FISCAL YEAR 2011 MAJOR EVENTS & ANNUAL SPONSORS Each year, staff, volunteers and supporters come together to raise money in support of the kids we serve. Some events we host are countywide and raise funds to support the entire organization, while others are organized at the Club level and raise funds for an individual Club. Whether countywide or Club-specific, these events have a single focus—the kids. Boys & Girls Clubs of King County’s work is recognized by many leading corporations. These caring corporate citizens have partnered with us to find innovative ways to help our region’s youth reach their full potential. Annual Sponsors:
KIDSAUCTION 2011 KidsAuction is the largest annual fundraising event for Boys & Girls Clubs of King County. Our 1,250 guests, a record height in attendance, gave $460,000 for youth across King County! Kasey Keller said it best when he said, “This is our community.These are our kids. Let’s make it a better place for everybody.”
Princess Cruises Community Foundation
Car Toys Master Builders Association Wimmer Solutions Premera Blue Cross Rainier Investment
THANK YOU! For attending, for your support, and for your generosity!
KIDSBREAKFAST 2011 Keynote Speaker Marion Jones started off the event with her story of Olympic triumph, a meteoric fall from grace and her struggle to find forgiveness and meaning in her mistakes.Youth of the Year Olivia Vellotti,YouthForce teen Muhamed Manhsour and 12-year-old Rotary basketball player Jordan McCabe shared with us stories of how the Clubs have changed their lives. Your generosity and kindness garnered $440,000 that will go directly to impacting the lives of 16,000 Club kids.Your support has an impact on our kids every day, and is how we ensure Great Futures Start Here.
Presenting Sponsor: Bing Microsoft
Annual Sponsor: Microsoft Coca-Cola
Rainier Investment Safeco Insurance Wells Fargo
Creative Genius: Lionfish Titan
Foster Pepper PLLC Duncan & Haley LTD Kibble & Prentice Wimmer Solutions Avanade Car Toys Master Builders Association Princess Cruises Community Foundation US Bank
Marisa and Brad Walker began the VINE tradition in 2002 to support Boys & Girls Clubs of King County, raising more than one million to date. This intimate event is a favorite among our friends and supporters. As we celebrate our 9th Annual VINE dinner and auction, Boys & Girls Clubs of King County remains thankful for the generosity and support Marisa and Brad Walker continue to provide our 16,000 Club members. Cheers!
Andersen Construction Seahawks/Sounders Stoel Rives Baldwin Resources Starbucks
Vine 2011 Sponsors
Princess Cruises Community Foundation North Coast Electric Company Holland America lmt (Last Minute Travel)
Annual Creative Partner:
5.2% 2.7% 1.8%
10.1% 6.7% 0.3%
Note: Two items that were reported in the audited statements were removed for this presentation. Net Assets Released from Restrictions— Capital Campaign Expenditures ($6,136,587) In-Kind Revenue recognized now, but expensed over time ($724,346)
BOYS & GIRLS CLUB BOARD Our board is essential to our success. The leadership and support provided by the individuals below enable us to fulfill our mission each year. The board serves as the governing body for the organization, offering guidance in policy adoption, finance, legal and insurance, building and property, human resources, marketing, operating fundraising and capital fundraising. We also thank members of our local Club advisory boards, who make it possible for our individual branches to thrive. 2010–2011 Board Officers Kelly Kemp
2010–2011 Committee Chairs Kelly Kemp
Executive Board Development
Marketing & Resource Development
Erika Schmidt Tammy Young
Capital Campaign Finance
2010-2011 King County Board Members Etta Anderson Charlie Ball Princess Tours
Joan Bonvicini Seattle University
Karen Bryant Seattle Storm
Rainier Investment Management
David Robinson Jon Roskill Microsoft Corporation
The Frause Group
Dan Niles Pricewaterhouse Coopers LLP
Ernst & Young
Baldwin Resource Group
Brad Thoreson Foster Pepper PLLC
Opus Northwest, LLC
Stoel Rives LLP
Boys & Girls Clubs of King County
Rep. Eric Pettigrew
Cathy Cangiano Bonneville Seattle
Ron Wilkowski Key Bank
Tammy Young Moss Adams
2011 DONORS Heritage Club Boys & Girls Clubs of King County are grateful to the following members of the Heritage Club who have invested in the future of our mission and programs by naming BGCKC in their will or by making a planned gift. (For information on ensuring Boys & Girls Clubs of King County’s financial future while benefiting your estate plans, please contact Peter Raffa, Chief Development Officer at [email protected]
or 206.436.1817. Marylou and Randall Brannan Suzie Burke Linda and Christopher Clark Denise and Brian Donaldson Dolores Fehnel Shawn and John Goodman Patricia Hansen
Sharon and Mark Hendricks Mary and Tom Herche Chris Howlett Daniel Johnson and Elaine SonntagJohnson Mark B. Morrow Michelle and Marion Moulton Stephanie Murray and Craig Divoky
Sarah B. Phillips Lois and William Rex Aimee Sheridan Kaydee and Cole Smead Ina Lou and Richard Spady Ed Springman and Jane Hague Bill Tsoukalas
GIFTS OF THEIR EMPLOYEES Amgen Foundation Matching Gifts and Staff Volunteer Program AXA Foundation Bank of America Matching Gifts Program
Google Matching Gifts Program
Puget Sound Energy Foundation
Hellam Varon & Co. Inc. P.S.
Starbucks Coffee Company Partner Giving Programs
Jones Lang LaSalle JustGive
BECU Gift Matching Program
KBA Construction Management
Starbucks Matching Gift Program
Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Matching Gifts Program
KeyBankFoundation Matching Gift
The Arthur J. Gallagher Foundation
Lease Crutcher Lewis
Christensen O’Connor Johnson Kindness, PLLC
Microsoft Matching Gifts Program
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Foundation
Nintendo of America Inc.
Expedia Matching Gifts Program GE Foundation Matching Gifts
Morton Clarke Fu & Metcalf Northern Trust Matching Gifts Program
The New York Community Trust US Bankcorp Foundation Matching Gifts Williams, Kastner and Gibbs
GIFTS RECEIVED THROUGH THE UNITED WAY Boys and Girls Clubs of King County want to thank all those who gave through the United Way.
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2011 DONORS For contributions made in fiscal year 2011 (July 1, 2010–June 30, 2011). $100,000 and Up Boys & Girls Clubs of America Coca-Cola Enterprises Bottling Companies Goldman Sachs Philanthropy Fund Nancy H. Guthrie (Bequest) Harry and Clare Cayo Wilson Charitable Trust King County Housing Authority Microsoft Matching Gifts Program Microsoft The Norcliffe Foundation Sue and Mike Raney Valerie and David Robinson The Schwab Fund for Charitable Giving The Seattle Foundation
Thomas Miller and Terri Olson Miller Multi-Service Center Tamara and Peter Musser Nike Inc. Patti and Ed O’Neill-Dewing Christina and Steve Poore Princess Cruises Community Foundation Princess Tours Rainier Investment Management Safeco Insurance Co of America The Safeway Foundation Linda and Jeffery Sandwith Seattle Rotary Service Foundation The Oregon Community Foundation United Jewish Foundation Women’s Sports Foundation, Inc
A Plus Corporation Patricia and David Allen Anonymous David Bentler Katherine and Steve Berman Bing Marylou and Randall Brannan Carillon Point Cobalt Mortgage D.V. & Ida McEachern Charitable Trust Leslie and Kurt Dammeier Discuren Foundation Wendy and John Evans Cary R and Quynh Falk Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund The Goodman Foundation Pete Higgins and Leslie Magid Joshua P. Williams Foundation Christine and Gary Kimura Lenore Hanauer Foundation M.I. Football Boosters MBA Challenge for Charity-UW Business School Chapter Medina Foundation
American Construction AMG Charitable Gift Foundation Anonymous Etta and Sam Anderson Arizona Community Foundation Bainbridge Community Foundation Kimberly and David Barenborg Yvonne E. Belshaw Benaroya Foundation Gary Bylund and Catherine Bailey City of Auburn City of Federal Way Linda and Christopher Clark Ginger and Bob Clough Randy Comstock and Karen Metro Concur Technologies Conoco Phillips Jan and John Creighton Laura and Mike Delman Delman Family Trust Diamond Parking Inc. Elena Donio and Shanen Boettcher Employees Community Fund of The Boeing Company Evergreen Healthcare
Sharon Gantz-Bloome Gibson Family Foundation Giuntini Family Foundation Carol and Wayne Gullstad Harvest Foundation Sharon and Mark Hendricks Mary and Thomas Herche Hillswood Foundation Heidi and C. Douglas Hodges Mack L. Hogans HTC America, Inc J.E. Fehsenfeld Family Foundation Holly and James Johnson Diane and Kirk Johnson Kauri Investments, Ltd Kelly and Hans Kemp KeyBank Foundation Kibble & Prentice Lisa and Tim Kittilsby Land O’Frost Diane and Linden Larson Jennifer LeMond Corey Lohman Mary Pat and Brock Mansfield Mary and Carl Marino Sandra and Jack McCullough Kimberly and Douglas McKenna McKinstry Company Charitable Foundation Karen and Brian McManus Mercer Island Rotary Club Foundation Sheela and Prady Misra Morningside Foundation Linda and Cameron Myhrvold National Philanthropic Trust Nintendo of America Inc. North Coast Electric Co Mariette and Jim O’Donnell Susan Ogden-Dykstra and David Dykstra One Call For All Paula and John Orehek Kristin and George Pitt
$5,000–$9,999 The Active Network Inc Andersen Construction Company Anonymous
Art of Giving Avanade Ballard Keystone Club Baseball Industry Growth Fund, LLC-Baseball Tomorrow Fund Jeff Bell Stacy and Gregory Bjarnason Mindy and Chris Blakeslee Brettler Family Foundation Cindy and Dan Brettler Jennifer and Mark Broughton Sue and Dean Brown Jennie and Todd Butson Randy Campadore and Trisha Driscoll Cam and Robert Campbell Lisa and Mark Caputo Coleen and Dave Cecil Judy and Brad Chase Marcia and Matthew Christian Elaine and Chandler Coles Nina and David Collier Columbia Athletic Club Samuel Crumley and Timothy Raines Virginia and James Dean Holly and Eric Dillon Lisa and Robert Dindinger Duncan & Haley Ltd Expeditors Foster Pepper PLLC Frederick Stearns Foundation Janet Frohnmayer and David Marques Jennell and Robin Fuchs Lauren and Gary Gardner Ernie Gehre Judith and Jeff Greenstein Genevieve and Brent Guinn Councilmember Jane Hague Gary Hartnett and Nicole Mangina Lorena and Rob Heesen Martha and John Hiefield Honda of Kirkland Elizabeth and Michael Huber David E. Hufford
Mary and Scott Jenkins JustGive Justin Kane and Marisa Jenkins Allison Keeler and Robert Mangino Cathy and Tim Kerns Dana and Shane Kim King County Finance and Business Operations Division King County Housing Authority Steven P. Knight Lisa and Gregory Latimer Patty and Jonathan Lazarus Debbie and Pete Lemman Sarah and Robert Lesko Master Builders Association of King and Snohomish Counties Gaelynn and Michael McGavick Ann McGettigan Stephanie and Yusuf Mehdi Mercer Island Lions Club, Inc. Libby and Steven Miller Chris Moe Leslie and Marc Monday Moneytree, Inc Jody and Sara Montrey Kimberli A. Morrison Muckleshoot Casino Murphy & Associates, Inc Carla Murray and R. Thomas Robinson Dawn and John Naye Cornelius A Nicholson, DDS Pacific Public Affairs, Inc. John F. Panisko Janet and William Pauli Rose and Michael Peck The Peg & Rick Young Foundation Pepsi Beverages Company Jesse Perry PricewaterhouseCoopers Janet and Cary Rayment Regence
Rebecca Pomering Premera Blue Cross Raikes Foundation Sarah and Blair Rasmussen Claudia and Philip Robbs Kim and Brian Ross Caroyn and John Rossi, DDS Roz Enterprises, Inc. Safeco Insurance Foundation Becky and David Sandwith Tamela and Mark Sandwith Chris Schmidt Eric D. Schwartz Seattle Graduate Chapter-Phi Gamma Delta Seattle Mariners Care Seattle Mariners Seattle Sounders FC Lisa and Rick Skelton Skelton Development-Hawaii LLC Starbucks Coffee Company Charlene and Gregory Steinhauer Target Corporation Pam and Ronald Taylor The E. Boys Club The O’Donnell Foundation Julie and Bradley Thoreson Tides Foundation Topics Entertainment Ueland Foundation US Bancorp Foundation Vijay and Sita Vashee Foundation Allison Watson Wells Fargo Foundation The Whittier Trust Company of Nevada, Inc. Lucy and Stuart Williams Wimmer Solutions Melodie and Ken Zakaluk
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Regence Employee Giving Campaign Diane and Byron Richards Steve and Rena Ritchey Ross Stores Sarah and Kent Rowe Sammamish Kiwanis Foundation Matt Sauri Chris and Carl Schaber Erika and John Schmidt Wendy and Roy Schuler Schultz Family Foundation William A. Schwartz Nancy and Alan Sclater The Seattle Marathon Assn. Seattle Seahawks Carolyn and Roger Shanafelt Haeryung Shin Maria and Robert Sims Snyder Family Foundation Ed Springman and Jane Hague Stoel Rives LLP Manuel and Delena Sunday The Boeschoten Foundation The Community Foundation-Virginia & Jim Dean The Gordon D. Sondland and Katherine J. Durrant Foundation The Marsh Family Foundation Jeffrey Tilden and Robin Silver United Warehouse Company-Herche Transfer Co. University Lions Foundation US Bank of Washington Carla R.Vance Washington State Boys & Girls Club Association Weyerhaeuser Giving Fund Windermere Foundation Trust Wireless Advocates David Young Tammy Young Margaret and Robert Youngjohns YWCA
$1,000-$4,999 Traci and Robert Aaron Access Telephone Solutions Acropolis Pizza & Pasta Co. Acura of Bellevue Mark Adams Aerospace Machinists Industrial Myrl and Suman Akerman Sarah and Matt Albe Allstate Giving Campaign American Association of University Women America’s Best Heating & AC Mary Amundson Maureen and James Anable Marilyn and Donald Anderson Mari Anderson and Terry Green Cindi and Tom Anderson Jane and Brian Andrew Colleen Angeles Anonymous Sahara Anthony, Jr. Arena Sports, Inc Peg and Bret Arsenault Jeff W. Ashley Jill and Warren Ashton Tasha and Shane Atchison Auburn Mechanical Vennessa and John Austin Axis Insurance, LLC Pauline and Robert Bach Cary Badger and Marchell Mathes Nick Badran Keri A. Bailey Bainbridge Athletic Club Kevin Baker Baldwin Resource Group, Inc Maura and Charles Ball Ballard Chamber of Commerce, Inc. Ballard Kiwanis Club Service Ballard Rotary Club Bank of America Matching Gifts Program
Michele and Lou Baransky Timothy C. Barber Jackie Bardsley Barrick K. Benson Inc Lance W. Bass Sara and David Bassford Noelle and Greg Beams Molly and Jack Beaudoin Gary Beem Behnke Foundation Jon Belt Janet and James Bennett Timothy and Sherie Bernardez Debbie and Jim Bevier Jacklyn and Miguel Bezos Kim L. Bishop Bishop-Fleet Foundation Laurie Black and Stafford Mays Amber Blackstone Anthony Blake Jane and Gregg Blodgett Boeing The Boeing Company Gift Match Program Sue and Michael Bolduc Renee and Ron Bollinger Joan M. Bonvicini Jeff Boon and Patricia Lenz Megan and Randy Both Kai Bottomley and Penelope Livingston Elaine and Bill Brammer Kimberly and Michael Brandenburg Len Brennan Daniel Brewer and Marne Sannes April Bricker and Anand Vaidyanathan Edie Hillard and Herb Bridge Lorie and Charles Brighton Nancy and James Brinton Kara and Cole Brodman Claudia M. Brooke Jennie Sue Brown Sheila and Jeff Bryan
Commerce Real Estate Solutions, LLC Complete Office Felice and John Congalton Todd Conley Conover Capital Management, LLC Bridget and Richard Cooley Coordinated Benefits Plans John M. Cosser Costco Wholesale M. Jeanne and Ted Coulson Carri Y. Coultas Patrick Cousans Stacie Cowell and Pete Alread David Craig and Gaile Moe Jane and John Crane CRC Insurance Services, Inc-Southern Cross Underwriters Jeanne and Hobart Cree Caroline and William Crenshaw David D. Crossgrove Melanie and Michael Crowson Lacey and John Curley Keelin Curran and Jack Brummet L’Lani and Tom Curran Diane Daggatt Andrea and Cameron Darweesh Shawna and Michael Dash Judge Anita Davidson John Davidson Adra and Robert Davy Christina and Mark Dawson Margo L. Day Cynthia and Shannon Day DDB Seattle DDF Inc Heidi De Laubenfels Susan A. Del Rosso Wendy and Peter DeLaunay Frances C. DeMarco Chris DeMaria Crystle and Danny Dematteis Cindy A. Demeules Anne M. Dessi
Rich and Lori Dewey Deborah Crowley and Mark Dexter Diane and Robert Diens Carey Dietz and Michael Lyne Jason T. Dillman Beverly and Gregory DiMartino Ken Dole Anka Dolecki Lisa Domit-Fynaardt and Kelvin Fynaardt Michele L. Donahou Denise and Brian Donaldson Marty Donovan Toni and David Drew Georgette and Vipin Duggal Robert H. Dunn Mary L. Dunnam Doug and Andrea Durbin Eastside Automotive and Tire Edmond F. Ducommun Foundaiton Maria and Brandon Elieff E. Anne and Jerry Elrod Erin Engelhardt Ernst & Young Michael Eskenazi Mark Esteb Constance L. Euerle Eulalie Bloedel Schneider Foundation Brad Evered Evergreen Pacific Partners Management Company Inc. Exchange Club of Highline Jason Farber Kelly and Shane Farrell Feed Washington Ingrid and Darren Feider Karen and William Feldt Ferguson Construction Parker Ferguson Leslie and Joel Ferrell Ferrellgas Fidelity National Title Company of Washington, Inc
Karen Bryant Liz and Rich Buchan Buno Construction, LLC Jeanne and James Burbidge Kelly and David Burns Beth and Jeremy Butzlaff Dorina Calderon McHenry Joan Caldon and Sean Morrison Sue and Larry Calkins Camano Island Cattle Co Mona and Courtney Campbell James and Cathy Cangiano Car Toys, Inc. Julie and Bill Carper Sue and John Carroll Patrick Carter Kelly and Patrick Casey Heather and John Cashman Doris and James Cassan The Catch Foundation Ryan and Connie Cate Catholic Health Initiatives Ronald Cats, Jr. Steve J. Cecchinelli Celebrated Chefs CF Sales, Inc CFC-King County James Chamberlin Kate Chamberlin Kelly M. Chapel Adam W. Chapman Charter Bank Andrea and Marc Chatalas Pam Cheney Tom Chew Marilyn and Mario Chorak City of Federal Way City of Kirkland City of Seattle Jeffrey and Bonny Clark Clearpoint LP Wyomia Clifton Robert Colleran
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Fischer Plumbing Christel and Phelps Fisher Rochelle and David Fontana Shannon and Don Fosseen Alexandra Fowler Laura and Curtis Fowler Frank B. & Virginia V. Fehsenfeld Charitable Foundation Frederick Stearns Foundation Fry’s Electronics Mareth and Daniel Fulton Judy and JD Gaffney Leanne and Tom Gallagher Peggy and Frank Garbarino Gary Merlino Construction Co., Inc. Chris Gaspard GE Foundation Matching Gifts Katinka Gerards and Robert Boksem GGLO, LLC Catherine Gibson and Aleksei Krasnokutsky Kathleen and Mike Gilkey Aisha and Stephen Gillett Anne and Steven Gillis Adrina and Kermit Gipson Anthony Girolamo Anne and D. Wayne Gittinger Give With Liberty Glasgow Sports Marketing Molly and Walt Goe Tom Goldsmith Lance and Deborah Gooden Tom and Linda Goos Gorilla Football Collective/James Riley Jill and Bill Gormley Shannon and Greg Gottesman Joie and Pat Gowan Greenwood Shopping Center Inc. Jack Grey and Alexis Squier Steven Grimmer Trisha Gross and Thomas Ehlers Jeffrey Grove and Christiane Wilson-Grove
Mary and Aaron Hackett Heather Hager and Kevin Mincio Josie and John Haley Stephen Haley and Rahel Makonnen-Haley Janie and Rick Hansen Hylton and Lawrence Hard Sandra Hardymon Jacqueline and Michael Hartmann Sara Hasan and Dan Geiman Candy and Jeff Havens Jen and Greg Headrick Toni and Bart Heath Jason Hecht K. Malcolm and Andrea Hightower Kevin Higman Mary Frances and Harold Hill Leroy Hill Debbie and Wayne Hill Liz and Michael Hilton Carolyn and John Hojaboom Holland America Line Honeywell International Charity Matching Hoopaholics Elizabeth and Thomas Hoover Laurie and Carson Hornor Isobel and Loren D. Hostek Elizabeth and Howard Houserman Sunny and Allen Hsieh Patricia and Ku-Yuen Hsue George E. Hubman Audrey D. Hudgins Jeffrey and Karen Huey Kimberly Hughes and Jim Jones Thomas Hutchinson James Hydzik and Simmi Bath-Hydzik IBS, Inc. Implement.Com ISEC Foundation Carol and Don James Jan-Pro Cleaning Systems of Puget Sound
Jill and Ted Jansen Cheryl and Robert Janson Karen and Steve Jarvis Anna and Donald Jenkins Dorothy and Ronald Jenkins Brenda and Robert Jensen Alice and Christian Johanneson John C. Radovich Development Brent Johnson Daniel Johnson and Elaine Sonntag-Johnson Robin and Douglas Johnson Patt and JJ Johnston Malachi Jones and Nicole Healy Sharon Joseph Lori and Michael Joslin Michael B. Kalian Judge Paris K. Kallas Mark Kantor and Jane Zalutsky Richard Kaplan Jean Katsumoto-Yan and Paul Yan Kawabe Memorial Fund Keller Rohrback LLP Suzanne and Donald Kelly, MD Donald Kerkes KeyBank KeyBankFoundation Matching Gift Keystone Excrow Marianne and Frederick Kiga Elizabeth King and Mary Ringgenberg John W. King Sam Kito Kiwanis Club of Mercer Island Korum for Kids Foundation Matt and Shirley Kosmicki Kurt Kosty and Jill Eenigenburg KPFF Consulting Engineers Nik Krastins Chris Kurtz Laguens Kully Klose Partners, Inc Lynn and John Lampe Tara and Louis Lanthier Bonny and Robert Lawrence
Jane and Bob Meston Nicole and Paul Milkie Randa Minkarah and Scott Mullins MMG Consulting LLC Monica Moline and Ken Aitken Robert and Nicole Mooney Moore Brothers Music, LLC Diane Moore Linda and Thomas Moorman Shannon and Jim Mora Rita and Ron Morey Morgan Stanley C/O Cybergrants, Inc Morgan Stanley Smith Barney GIFT, Inc Valerie Moring Mark B. Morrow S. Eric Morse Moss Adams LLP Judie and Larry Mounger Wendy and Mitchell Mounger Stephanie and Bill Mountain James Mundell Jacqueline J. Murphy Laurie and L.T. Murray, III Stephanie Murray and Craig Divoky Laura and David Musselwhite Amy and Bradley Myers Marcia Navagas Meg Silva and Robert Nelson Kristin and David Nelson Network For Good Keri and Grant Newport The New York Community Trust Hugh Nguyen and Kelly Ho Nicole Mangina Inc. Denise and Daniel Niles James Nilson and Marla Smith-Nilson Sue A. Nixon Kevin Nooney and Elizabeth Ottavelli Molly and Blake Nordstrom Jeannie and Bruce Nordstrom Julie and Erik Nordstrom Peter Nordstrom
Northwest Sports Photography, Inc. Linda and Tom Norwalk Obie Family Foundation Occidental Temple Association, Inc. O’Connell Family Foundation Elizabeth and Timothy O’Connell Brody O’Connor Evelyn and Henry Odell Oliver Marketing, Inc Kris Olson Kirsten O’Malley 101 Club Foundation One Stop Logistics Orion Industries Sarah and Justin Osmer Pacific Office Automation, Inc. Pacific West Brokerage Inc Shelby Patient Julie Anne and Patrick Paulich Jennifer and Mark Pawlosky Jennifer and Gordon Payseno Jane E. Pearson Daniel Peck and Patricia Kraft Candice Pedersen and Scott Plouf William Pedlar and Diane Moore Eric Penz Peoples Bank Pepsi Northwest Beverages LLC Marilla E. Petersen Lynn and Craig Peterson Suzy and Martin Petrich Jada and Eric Pettigrew Marna and Edward Pettigrew Arlyne Pinnock Katerie and Andrew Plummer Cheryl and Gerald Podolny Carol and Robert Potter Prep Sportswear Carlee Price Propellant CG Puget Sound Bank Puget Sound Energy
Terese and Greg LeClair Raymond Lee Ju Hee Lee and Dong Il Kim Legends Photography Roy Lewis Timothy Leybold Dorothy Ling Samantha Lipoma Loomis Foundation Mari and Lance Lopes Phyllis and Clark Lowe Rebecca and Lou Lucarelli Gerald Lutz Glenn MacDonald and Amanda Twiss Margaret and Michal Makar Margo and Mike Mansfield Jackie and Peter Mansfield, MD Stephen Markowitz Deanna and Steven Marshall Martin Solutions Kari and Kevin Martin Rich Martinez Elizabeth A. Marx Nancy and Paul Maudslien Susan and Matt Maury Gayle and Matthew McCabe McCallum Print Group Colleen and Byron McCann Michelle McCarthy Margaret Mccormick, Ph.D. and Gautam Nayar Terry McCrary Maria and Greg McDaniel Scott R. McFadden Kelly McGill and Kevin Higman Dorina and Gordon McHenry, Jr. Traci McHenry Colleen McKeown Aurelie McKinstry William McKivor Kelly and Peter McLoughlin MaryJo and Marty Mehl Mark A. Mennella
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Puget Sound Physicians PLLC Emergency Physicians at Overlake Nickette and Marc Pujalet Kathryn and Tim Quigley Janis and Steve Rabuchin Cynthia and Dan Ramsay Heather and John Ramseyer Demi and Eric Rasmussen Michael Reed Melanie and Steve Reed Brittany Ricci Robert O. Deschamps Estate Don Roberts and Constance Thompson Martin C. Roberts Brenda and Kevin Robinson Darcy Rochelle Peggy Lynn and John Rodman Gale and George Rogers Jenny and Jon Roskill Barbara Ross Leslie Ross and Paolo Croatto Katie and Matt Rossmeissl Rotary Club of Bainbridge Island Lanette Rugis Mike Gallatin and Brenda Sandmaier Debb and Gregg Saretsky Carmen and Michael Scalzo Jeffrey D and Karin Scanlan School’s Out Washington Sue K. Schroder Steve Schwartz and Morgan Thomas Schweet Rieke & Linde, PLLC Laurin Schweet and Don Thompson Janice L. Sears Seattle Children’s Seattle Metropolitan Credit Union Seattle University Adrian Secchia Mary Lee and Jeff Shaffer Sandy and Corey Shamley Katharina Sharpe and Patrick Stayton Donna and Gary Sheneman Sherwood Forest Farms
Rob Short Brooke and Travis Shumaker Elizabeth J. Simpson Heather and Sudhir Singh Singh Family Foundation Chris and Craig Slye Helen and Phil Smart, Sr. Kaydee and Cole Smead Nancy and Warren Smith Christy and Dan Smith Mark Smith and Carol Odell Alison Soike Karen and Jim Solimano Soroptimist of Seattle South Rachel L. Spain Melissa Stalsberg State of Washington Jen Steele and Jon Hoekstra SteelHawk Enterprises Inc. Leanne and Jeffrey Stock Ruby and Edwin Stoll Denise and Dan Stumpf Andrea and Phil Suetens Linda and Donald Summers Angie and Steve Sundberg Bridget and Gerald R. Swanson Swanson Capital Management LLC Heidi and K. Robert Swartz Shelley Sykes George Syversten Barbara and Tim Tasker Shelley Marie and Bryce Taylor The Douglass Foundation The Frause Group, Inc. The G. Johanneson Family Foundation The Len and Eileen Tweten Charitable Foundation The W Foundation Lasandra Thomas Sandi Thomas Todd Thompson Barbara and Stuart Thomson Anne and Robert Thorpe
Keith Tibbles Jay Tihinen Paula and John Tiscornia Jody L. Toquam Tourico Holidays, Inc Transwestern Harvest Lakeshore Treasures’n Thrift Tropical Nut & Fruit Company Anthony Tsim Bill Tsoukalas Lynn Tuttle and Jerome Roache UBS Financial Services Inc Underdog Sports Leagues, Inc. Union Bank Employee Workplace Campaign Union Pacific Foundation US Bankcorp Foundation, Matching Gifts Courtney and Mike Van Der Velden Karen and Thomas Vander Ark Sue and John Verduin Shannon and Joseph Vetto Michele Vivona and Keith Heffernan Peter von Reichbauer Jeff Vorhies Judge Leslie Wagner Lisa and Robert S. Wahbe Marisa and Brad Walker Sherrelle and Clyde Walker Daniel Wall Heidi and James Warren Kathy and John Warren Washington Women’s Foundation Andrea and James Watson Jim Weaver Heather and Ed Webb Wells Fargo Community Support Campaign Lowry West Western Hardwood, Inc. Weyerhaeuser Company Jennifer and John Wheeler Angela Wheeless Sara and Robert Wicklein
IN-KIND CONTRIBUTORS Boys & Girls Clubs of King County are grateful to the following companies and individuals whose donations of goods and services have made a significant contribution to our work. A+ A Plus Adventure Trading Inc AEP Span Alaska Airlines All City Fence All Pro Sports Sam and Etta Anderson Anderson Construction B & D Sheetmetal Bardessono BattenKill Canoe LTD Bayley Construction Best Access Systems/Stanley Works Ben Bridge Jewelers Brisas Resort, Ixtapa Bill and Ruthie Burton Gary Bylund
The Capital Grille Car Toys Columbia Hospitality Corless Cellars DeLille Cellars Todd Dellinger Dex Media DOM Construction Dunn Lumber Economy Concrete Cutting & Sawing El Gaucho Jerry Elrod Federal Way Public Schools Four Seasons Hotel Los Angeles Frank Feighner Franz Bakery Friends of Boys & Girls Clubs of King County Friends of EX3 Ron Sandwith Teen Center Friends of Federal Way Boys & Girls Club GW Travel and Cruise Patrick Galbraith John and Kirstin Greig Gifford Industries Rod and Marilyn Hansen Dave Henderson Holland America Lines Home Depot Foundation Hotel Andra Hotel 1000 Impact Property Services Jorve Roofing Julip Nail Parlor Keller Williams Realty King County Metro King Estate Winery W. S. Kitchings Construction Chris and Kathleen Kosmos Cindy Laroya Greg and Stacy Lill Lionfish Mad Pizza
Master Park David L. McCraney Metropolitan Hardwood Floors, Inc. Microsoft Nike Inc. O’Brien Auto Group Jim and Mariette O’Donnell Oliver Marketing Papa Murphy’s Take and Bake Pizza Pepsi Beverages Company Mike Pitman Pizzeria Pulcinella Plate C Communications Princess Cruises Community Foundation Mike and Sue Raney The Golf Club at Redmond Ridge Don Roberts Roland U.S. Brian and Kim Ross Ross Stores Inc Rue La La Salmon Bay Sand & Gravel Seattle Mariners Seattle Seahawks Seattle’s Best Coffee Sheraton Seattle Hotel Sherwin Williams Simpson Strong Tie Jim and Karen Solimano Star Rentals Starbucks Coffee Company Scott Swingle The Dirt Exchange Toyota of Kirkland Turtle Bay Resort Uncle Mike’s Barbeque U-Park System Vacation Internationale Pascale Vallee Via Yoga Walken Architects Bradley and Marisa Walker
Tammy Widmyer Wild Waves Theme Park Gloria and Nic Wildeman Williams, Kastner and Gibbs Windermere Real Estate/BI, Inc. Jayme and David Witman Robert Wolverton Ken Worzel Kelly and Bruce Wotherspoon Xerox Corporation U.S.A. Matt Yerbic and Traci McHenry Jennifer and Howard York David Youssefina and Shauna Swerland Jane Zalutsky and Mark Kantor Jack Zduriencik Dave Zimmerman
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Walla Faces Walsh Construction Co. WestJet Airlines Windstar Cruises Xerox Young’s Columbia
Thanks to the companies who generously match their employees’ contributions: Amgen Foundation M atching Gifts and Staff Volunteer Program AXA Foundation Bank of America Matching Gifts Program BECU Gift Matching Program Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Matching Gifts Program Christensen, O’Connor, Johnson Kindness, PLLC Delta Dental Expedia Matching Gifts Program GE Foundation Matching Gifts Google Matching Gifts Program Hellam Varon & Co. Inc. P.S. Jones Lang LaSalle JustGive KBA Construction Management KeyBank Foundation Matching Gift Lease Crutcher Lewis Microsoft Matching Gifts Program Morton, Clarke Fu, & Metcalf Nintendo of America Inc. Northern Trust Matching Gifts Program Puget Sound Energy Foundation Starbucks Coffee Company Partner Giving Programs Starbucks Matching Gift Program The Arthur J. Gallagher Foundation
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Foundation The New York Community Trust US Bankcorp Foundation Matching Gifts Williams, Kastner and Gibbs
A special thank you to donors who gave through United Way. Special note:
Please excuse any spelling errors or omissions on our behalf. We ask you to contact [email protected]
to make any corrections. Thank you!
CLUB DIRECTORY Bainbridge Island
8521 Madison Ave. NE Bainbridge Island, WA 98110
10805 124th Ave. NE Kirkland, WA 98033
12400 80th Ave. S Seattle, WA 98178
1767 NW 64th Seattle, WA 98107
2825 W. Mercer Way Mercer Island, WA 98040
Club Service Center
603 Stewart Street #300 Seattle, WA 98101
8635 Fremont Ave. N Seattle, WA 98103
EX3 Ron Sandwith Teen Center
31453 28th Ave. S Federal Way, WA 98003
Joel E. Smilow Clubhouse at Rainier Vista
253.529.9800 www.fwex3.positiveplace.org Shelley Puariea
Rotary – Central District 201 19th Ave. Seattle, WA 98122
206.436.1880 www.rotary.positiveplace.org Patrick Carter
Southwest – White Center 9800 8th Ave. SW #105 Seattle, WA 98146
206.436.1910 www.rotary.positiveplace.org Emily Slagle
4520 MLK Jr. Way S. Seattle, WA 98108
Wallingford 1310 N 45th Street Seattle, WA 98103
30815 8th Ave. S Federal Way, WA 98003
253.941.2722 www.fw.positiveplace.org Shelley Puariea
Redmond/Sammamish 7300 208th Ave. NE Redmond, WA 98053
425.836.9295 www.rs.positiveplace.org Jane Ronngren
www.wf.positiveplace.org Executive Director
YouthForce 1310 N 45th Street Seattle, WA 98103
206.436.1930 www.yf.positiveplace.org Shawna Boggie Director
MANY WAYS TO GIVE Thank you for your belief in Boys & Girls Clubs of King County and our work. Your strong commitment to our mission enables us to provide our youth with the tools they need to succeed in and give back to our community. When you make a gift to Boys & Girls Clubs of King County, you join a select group of contributors who play a crucial role in advancing our efforts. To learn more or to make a donation, please visit positiveplace.org/donate. How you can help support Boys and Girls Clubs of King County:
• Become a monthly supporter
• Make a one-time cash gift
• Make a charitable gift of stocks, bonds, mutual funds
• Give a gift membership
• Honor a loved one with a tribute gift
• Remember BGCKC in your will or trust
• Donate all or part of the remainder of your retirement plan or life insurance
• Workplace giving
• Volunteer your time
• Choose items from our wish list
• Cover summer camp program fees for a youth
• Provide scholarship funding for childcare and program fees