2016 Annual Report
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LETTER FROM THE BOARD CHAIR AND CEO

Dear friends,

 

Thank you for your support of Howard Brown Health’s work to reduce

health disparities for LGBTQ people.  When we talk about healthcare

equity for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer people, what we’re

fundamentally addressing is access: access to providers and services that

are uniquely suited to our patients; staff that understand where a patient is

coming from and who will work with them to plan for their health. At Howard Brown,

2016 was dedicated to increasing access to our innovative model of healthcare by focusing on

affordability, service integration, and proximity.

 

By modifying our sliding-scale fee, Howard Brown is making visits to our clinics easier for people

concerned about their budget. We see everyone, regardless of their ability to pay, and with our lowest nominal fee now just $5, seeing a provider is more accessible than ever.

 

                               In 2016, we published our first Community Impact Report, and when we examined our service model

                               and patient outcomes documented in it, we saw a pattern: our patients fare better when we holistically

                               address the health of their minds, bodies, and souls.

                               The data are clear: our patient-centered medical home – an integrated approach to wellness, offering

                               on-site behavioral health and social services, in addition to affirming primary care services and

                               community intervention and prevention strategies – results in vital and sometimes life-saving impact on LGBTQ health in Chicago.

 

Perhaps most importantly, Howard Brown Health has expanded its footprint in the Windy City. This year,

we embarked on an ambitious plan: Out in the Neighborhoods ensures LGBTQ people across Chicago

have access to affirming, non-judgmental, and high-quality health and wellness services. In addition

to our flagship clinic in Uptown, we have added new clinics in Rogers Park, Englewood,

and Hyde Park and added capacity to our clinic in Lakeview.  In 2017, we are moving

Broadway Youth Center to a dedicated home in Buena Park that allows for increased services

and hours.  This ambitious growth brings us closer to wherever our patients live, embedded in

more communities that need a place that is safe, accepting, and proactive about their health.

 

Thank you for supporting Howard Brown, our doors are open to you, wherever you may live, and

wherever you are in your healthcare goals.

 

 

Duke Alden, Board Chair

David Ernesto Munar, President and CEO

 

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David Ernesto Munar

President and CEO

 

Michelle Wetzel, JD

Sr. Vice President of Policy,

Strategy, & Business Development /

General Counsel

Kristin Keglovitz Baker, PA-C

Chief Operating Officer

 

John McElwee, CPA

Chief Financial Officer

 

Andie Baker

Vice President of Center for Research,

Education, and Advocacy

Magda Houlberg, MD

Chief Clinical Officer

 

Julius Pearson, JD

Vice President of Human

Resources, Diversity and Inclusion

Frank Buttitta

Deloitte Services LP

 

Roger Fierro

Independent consultant

 

Ryan T. Garrison

Digital Third Coast Internet Marketing

 

Kinley Preston

Vanité Incorporated

 

Chef Fresh Roberson

Growing Power, Inc., and Fresh 82 Kitchen

 

W. Robert Schultz, III, JD

University of Michigan

 

Ryan Siemers

Premier Inc.

 

Fawna M. Stockwell, PhD

Chicago School of Professional Psychology

and Upswing Advocates

 

Garrett Taliaferro

ISMIE Mutual Insurance

 

N. Charles Thomas

Northwestern University

 

Miguel Torres

Citadel Group

 

Oscar Zambrano, MPH

Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center

Duke Alden, JD, Chair

Aon Corporation

 

Emily Byrne-Driver, Executive Vice Chair

Elegant Custom Drapery

 

Mark L. Hawkins, Vice Chair and Treasurer

Columbia University in the City of New York

 

Mario Treto, Jr., JD, Vice Chair and Secretary

City of Evanston

 

Jeff Todd, JD, Vice Chair at Large

Prevent Blindness America

 

Bethany M. Minor, Vice Chair at Large

Cars.com

 

Becky Rowland, Vice Chair at Large

City of Evanston Department of

Health and Human Services

Chris Pazdernik

(CAB Chair)

Nathan Clairmont

Kenneth Humphrey

Ezra Meadors

Armando Ramirez

Marty Vandercar

Mario Lamothe

Charlie Calvin

Fredy Rocha

Angelina Lambert

Lucky Mosqueda

Thomas Hansen

Terence Steward II

Andy McCrea

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PATIENT PROFILES
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FY 2016 HIGHLIGHTS
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6500 N. Clark St.

Chicago IL 60626 | 773.388.1600

 

Monday: 9 a.m. – 7 p.m.

Tuesday: 10 a.m. – 7 p.m.

Wednesday: 9 a.m. – 7 p.m.

Thursday: 9 a.m. – 7 p.m.

Friday: 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Saturdays: 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.

 

Provided services to 1,501* people in 2016

Howard Brown custom built the far 
north side clinic with our patients’ needs 
in mind. Now offering a Sexual Health Walk-in Clinic, the new space is ready to serve the diverse residents of Rogers Park and surrounding areas.
Medical Providers

Alfred Torrence, MD,

Site Medical Director

Eric Christoff, MD

Magda Houlberg, MD

Rick McEwan, NP

Michelle Moore, NP

Daniel Wood, NP

Behavioral Health

Howard Brown Health Clark is open at full capacity.

A result of Howard Brown’s designation as a

Federally Qualified Health Center, the clinic opened in 2015

offering limited services until December 2016. The

15,000-square-foot facility includes 12 exam rooms,

counseling rooms and space for other services. Howard Brown shares the building with Gerber/Hart Library and Archives, which offers visitors and range of literary, cultural and historical preservation programming. Together the two organizations are creating a uniquely affirming destination for the LGBTQ community.

Erika Bielenstein, MA/NCC

Megan Marker, LCSW

Services Offered

Behavioral Health Services

HIV Prevention/Treatment

Hepatitis Services

Insurance Navigation

Pharmacy

PrEP/PEP Navigation

Primary Care

Sexual Assault Survivor Services

Social Services

Walk-in Sexual Health Clinic

                         We bolstered our commitment to treat hepatitis C. We

                         bolstered our commitment to treat hepatitis C. In 2016,

                         Howard Brown Health streamlined the process to support

                         screening, diagnoses, health education, monitoring, insurance

                         navigation, and treatment for people living with hepatitis C (HCV).

                         After several months of planning, we launched a new process to triage care for those most in need of treatment. In 2016, we hired a care coordinator who’s entirely devoted to the HCV project, allowing us to have better prioritization and triaging of patients with the highest need for medical treatment, resulting in 34 people being cured between July and March. In addition, we successfully enrolled 17 patients with hepatitis C eligible for treatment coverage through the AIDS Drug Assistance Program.

 

*Startup year

FY 2016 HIGHLIGHTS

4025 N. Sheridan Rd.

Chicago IL 60613 | 773.388.1600

 

Monday – Thursday: 9 a.m. – 7 p.m.

Friday: 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Saturday: 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.

 

Provided services to 13,254 people in 2016

Medical Providers

Cori Blum, MD,

Site Medical Director

Sarah Assian, PA-C

Cory Brown, MD

Cathy Creticos, MD

Michelle Evers, NP

Sara Flanagan, NP

Aiden Harrington, CNM

Magda Houlberg, MD

Kristin Keglovitz Baker, PA-C

Josh Lopez, NP

Graham McMahon, MD

Andy Zalski, MD

Behavioral Health

Kelly Ducheny, Psy.D.

Director of Behavioral Health Services

Stacy Agosto, LCSW

Nick Branock, LCSW

Liza Brockway, LCSW

Hugh Cole, LCSW, CADC

Melisa English Bailey, Psy.D.

Sara Hays, LCSW, CADC

Kimberly Lux, LCSW

Joey Metler, LCSW

Kristin Reitz, LCSW

Sonila Sejdaras, Psy.D., LCSW

Hayley Van Serke, Psy.D.

Andrea Stein, LCSW

Trover Wilson, LCSW, CADC, MISA

Walk-in visits increased exponentially. In 2016, our Sexual Health Walk-in Clinic experienced a 40% increase in visitors. This increase in patients has a broad impact on public health in Chicago and gives us the opportunity to see patients on their schedule.

 

We offer sterile syringe access to our transgender and gender non-conforming clients. Howard Brown partnered with the Chicago Recovery Alliance to launch the Safe Harbor Incorporating Needle Exchange (SHINE) program in our After Hours clinic for trans and gender non-conforming (TGNC) people. SHINE was developed as a harm reduction initiative and will dramatically increase clean needle access for TGNC people. SHINE is unique as a trans-affirmative program within a Federally Qualified Health Center.

 

Young people are supported in their health goals. In 2016, Howard Brown increased the number of youth ages 8-16 who received psychotherapy and the number of families who received support to initiate hormone therapy for TGNC youth under 18.

 

Our ongoing research studies provide vital information to pave the way for innovation in LGBTQ health. Dozens of studies involve participants from all over the city and region to improve access to PrEP, assess the needs of transgender women of color, and advance HIV prevention, substance use treatment, and healthcare communication strategies, among other areas of investigation.

Our busiest and most established clinic in Uptown is the hub of our behavioral health and social services, and boasts the highest number of patients per year for Howard Brown.
Services Offered

Behavioral Health Services

HIV Prevention/Treatment

Hepatitis Services

Insurance Navigation

 

Pharmacy

PrEP/PEP Navigation

Primary Care

Sexual Assault Survivor Services

Sexual Health Walk-in Clinic

Social Services

FY 2016 HIGHLIGHTS

4009 N. Broadway

Chicago IL 60613 | 773.388.1600

 

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday:

Social Services, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Clinical Services, Noon – 7 p.m.

Group Services, varied schedule posted online at www.howardbrown.org

 

Provided services to 1,194 young people in 2016

Medical Providers

Cori Blum, MD,

Site Medical Director

Erica Gaddy, NP

The Broadway Youth Center (BYC) provides LGBTQ affirming healthcare, essential services, and a safe space for adolescents and young adults made vulnerable by homelessness and other life challenges. With expanded service offerings, longer hours and a new facility unveiled in 2017, BYC is poised to make a greater impact on the lives of LGBTQ youth than ever before.
Behavioral Health

Kira Weidner, Psy.D.

Services Offered

Basic Needs

Behavioral Health Services

Computer Lab

Day Respite

Drop-in Services

GED Classes

Insurance Navigation

PrEP/PEP Navigation

Primary Care

Reproductive Healthcare

Sexual Assault Survivor Services

Social Services

Violence Prevention

Walk-in STI Clinic

New dedicated home. After being located in temporary space for several years, BYC moved to 4009 N. Broadway in 2017. The new facility will allow BYC to broaden vital services for young people experiencing homelessness, including drop-in and day respite, storage lockers, insurance navigation, a computer lab, in-house laundry services, shower facilities, classrooms, and expanded health promotion services.

 

Howard Brown initiated the first LGBTQ-specific sexual assault response program in the nation. The program addresses the unique needs, identities, and lived experiences of our community’s sexual assault survivors from a holistic and integrative perspective. The new program, called in.power*, offers crisis intervention, short-term case management, support groups for youth and adults, sexually transmitted infections screening/treatment, and prevention services for people who have endured sexual assault. The program will incorporate legislative outreach to advocate for laws that streamline medical responses to sexual assault.

FY 2016 HIGHLIGHTS

3245 N. Halsted St.

Chicago IL 60657 | 773.388.1600

 

Monday: 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Tuesday: 10 a.m. – 7 p.m.

Wednesday: 9 a.m. – 7 p.m.

Thursday: 9 a.m. – 7 p.m.

Friday: 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

First and third Saturdays: 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.

 

Provided services to 9,225 people in 2016

In the heart of Lakeview, offering affirming healthcare services on Halsted St. makes this clinic a convenient medical home for residents and visitors of Chicago’s Boystown neighborhood.
Medical Providers

Patrick Gibbons, DO,

Site Medical Director

Abbey Baus, PA-C

William Kvasnicka, PA

Darcie McDonaugh, NP

She Zhao, NP

Behavioral Health

Katie Jensen, LCSW

Lindsey Martin, LSW

Services Offered

More space for patient care. Completion of the expansion project at Howard Brown Health Halsted allows us to accommodate more patients and reduce appointment wait times. The clinic now includes a total of 10 exam rooms. The expansion was completed with no interruption to patient care.

 

We integrate mental health into the medical visit as part of our commitment to offer patients comprehensive primary care. This year, our behavioral health team has significantly deepened the integrated care Howard Brown offers medical patients. Behavioral Health Consultants (BHCs) are now embedded in primary care teams to offer screening, brief and interventions and referrals to patients during their medical visit, with plans to expand the team of BHCs in 2017.

Behavioral Health Services

HIV Prevention/Treatment

Hepatitis Services

Insurance Navigation

Pharmacy

PrEP/PEP Navigation

Primary Care

Sexual Assault Survivor Services

Social Services

FY 2016 HIGHLIGHTS

1525 East 55th St.

Chicago IL 60615 | 773.388.1600

 

Monday: 3 – 8 p.m.

Thursday: 1:30 – 6 p.m.

 

Provided services to  237* people from May 2016 through February 2017

Our newest clinic in Hyde Park is growing. Currently housed in a temporary space with two providers, we’re drawing plans to provide care all week at an expanded clinic location planned for mid-2017.
Medical Providers

Case Management

HIV/STI testing

Insurance Enrollment

Primary Care

Patient Navigation

Sexual Health Services

Sexual Assault Survivor Services

Partners for better health. At Howard Brown Health 55th St., we are building capacity to meet the needs of young gay men from lakefront communities on the South Side. Working in partnership with the University of Chicago’s Center for HIV Elimination, Howard Brown is braiding clinical care and services with the Center’s testing, outreach, and group services to turn the tide of HIV among young southsiders.

 

FY 2016 HIGHLIGHTS

John Schneider, MD,

Site Medical Director

Andrew Richardson, NP

Services Offered

*Startup year

641 W. 63rd St.

Chicago IL 60621 | 773.388.1600

 

Monday: 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Tuesday: 11 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Wednesday: 9 a.m. – 7 p.m.

Thursday: 9 a.m. – 7 p.m.

Friday: 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.

First and fourth Saturday of the month: 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.

 

Provided services to 1,023* people from May 2016 through February 2017

Medical Providers

Maya Green, MD,

Site Medical Director

Kendrick Clack, NP

Zyra Gordon-Smith, NP

Shemeka Irby, PA-C

Behavioral Health

Laura Craig, Psychiatrist

Britt Hogden, LSW

Services Offered

Behavioral Health Services

Community Outreach

HIV Prevention/Treatment

Hepatitis Services

Insurance Navigation

Peer Support

PrEP/PEP Navigation

Primary Care

Sexual Assault Survivor Services

Social Services

Our Englewood clinic opened in May 2016, helping to fill a gap for affirming and LGBTQ-friendly health and wellness services on the South Side of Chicago.

Our Englewood clinic is open for business. Howard Brown Health 63rd St., solidified its place in the neighborhood in August with its festive open house. Attended by hundreds of community members and supporters, the event introduced Howard Brown to its new Englewood neighbors.

 

Our AIDS United outreach team is one of three in the nation. With financial support from AIDS United, Howard Brown Health 63rd St., provides a peer-based program to help HIV-positive women of color engage or re-engage in clinical care and services.  As one of only three U.S. sites selected for the federal program, we are deeply honored to help AIDS United define a successful model of care appropriate for women of color who are disproportionately affected by HIV/AIDS.

 

No More Shame and Blame. In October, Howard Brown Health hosted government officials including Dr. Deborah Birx, Ambassador-at-Large for Global AIDS Efforts, Congresswoman Robin Kelly, and Congressman Mike Quigley, for a free event and discussion on HIV stigma.

 

*Startup year

FY 2016 HIGHLIGHTS
Lakeview

3020 N. Lincoln Ave.Chicago IL 60657 | 773.549.5943

 

Seven Days a Week

10 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Friday & Saturday Open Until 7 p.m.

Howard Brown’s chain of Brown Elephant stores harness the compassion and generosity of our community – and a zeal for vintage shopping – to generate unrestricted operating revenue for our healthcare and wellness mission.
Andersonville

5404 N. Clark St.

Chicago IL 60640 | 773.271.9382

 

Seven Days a Week

11 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Friday & Saturday Open Until 7 p.m.

Behavioral Health

217 Harrison St.

Oak Park IL 60304  | 708.445.0612

 

Seven Days a Week

11 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Friday & Saturday Open Until 7 p.m.

Our elephants move! Now with three moving vans rolling seven days a week, our dedicated crew of drivers and movers crisscross the city to pick-up donated furniture from charitable people de-cluttering their lives. To learn more or to schedule a pick-up, go to howardbrown.org/brown-elephant or call 773.549.5943 ext 1.

 

The Brown Elephant stores are busy. In 2016, generous donors and shoppers exceeded previous contribution levels and helped the stores generate 12% more revenue to help support Howard Brown’s vital health and wellness services.

 

The Brown Elephant experience. At the Andersonville Brown Elephant, we completed a renovation of the interior and added a new stage for displays and events. The stage pays homage to the building’s turn-of-the-century heyday as a grand movie theater. With historical molding and architectural details, the resale floor doubles as Howard Brown’s “living room” for community events, educational seminars, and agency-wide gatherings, including Howard Brown’s annual meeting.

FY 2016 HIGHLIGHTS
Through various events in 2016, Howard Brown engaged its supporters and strengthened the fabric of our community citywide.

The Big Orange Ball has quickly become a signature event for Howard Brown Health, with attendees making the most out of the opportunity to dress up for a good cause. 2016’s event featured RuPaul’s Drag Race season eight winner, Bob The Drag Queen as the host.

 

Garden of Eve, Howard Brown’s spring fundraising gala for LBQ women, trans people, and allies is always the event of the season. In 2016, the event featured an aerialist, with music provided by Chicago’s hottest DJs from Slo ‘Mo.

 

The ribbon-cutting event commemorating the completion of the construction of our Rogers Park clinic featured remarks by U.S. Senator Dick Durbin and Congresswoman Jan Shakowsky, along with other local officials, community members and staff.

 

Our 2016 Annual Meeting, held at our Brown Elephant store in Andersonville, celebrated the completion of the store’s renovation, and was an opportunity to honor Howard Brown staff and community partners.

 

Opening our clinic in Englewood was a milestone for Howard Brown Health in 2016. The ribbon-cutting event was attended by over 200 supporters including 20th Ward Alderman Willie B. Cochran; Illinois State Senator Jacquline Y. Collins, 16th District;  Radio Talk Show Host Cliff Kelley from WVON 1690 AM; Radio Host Joe Soto V-103 FM/ Clear Channel; and Grammy Award nominated DJSteve "Silk" Hurley. By bringing affirming, quality healthcare to the south side of Chicago, more people will gain access to Howard Brown’s full-spectrum of services.

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DONORS
BACK TO MENU THANK YOU TO OUR GENEROUS DONORS The following people made a gift from July 1, 2015 through June 30, 2016.

$200,000 +

The Chicago Community Trust

Estate of Ernest A. Sloss

Gilead Sciences

 

$50,000-$199,999

Alphawood Foundation

Anonymous

Leonard C. Goodman

Polk Bros. Foundation

United Way of Metropolitan Chicago

 

$25,000-$49,999

AIDS Foundation of Chicago

Crown Family Philanthropies

Fredericka Meyer Charitable Trust

James Ascareggi Trust

The Lalor Foundation, Inc.

The Lloyd A. Fry Foundation

Walgreens

 

$10,000-$24,999

AbbVie

Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center

AIDS United

Anonymous

BlackEdge Capital

The Blowitz-Ridgeway Foundation

Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS

Colonel Stanley R. McNeil Foundation

Elton John AIDS Foundation

MB Financial Charitable Foundation

The Potter's Clay Foundation

Quest Diagnostics

Ravenswood Health Care Foundation

Laura & Brooke Ricketts

Syringe Access Fund

 

$5,000-$9,999

AbbVie Employee Engagement Fund

Abe and Ida Cooper Foundation

Anonymous

Blue Cross Blue Shield Association

Timothy Boudreau

 

Centene Corporation

Chicago Beverage Systems, LLC

The Chicago Community Foundation

Mark Cozzi & James Goeke

Cushman & Wakefield

George M. Eisenberg Foundation for Charities

Harmony Health Plan

Janssen Pharmaceutical Companies

Leather Sins NFP

The Lehman-Stamm Family Fund

Lloyd R. Loback

Mesirow Financial

MillerCoors

Daniel Nack

Mary Pierson

Pride Action Tank

Aaron Richardson

The Siragusa Foundation

Steamworks Baths

Whole Foods

 

$2,500-$4,999

Abbott Laboratories Fund

Hubert L. Allen, Esq.

Anonymous

Karen M. Atwood

Frank L. Buttitta & Edwards Buice

Generations Fund

Health Brand Group

Heels and Hardhats

JPMorgan Chase Foundation

Mark & Joni Light

Elise & Ron Magers

Mosaic Construction, LLC

Matt J. Nielson & Jerel Keith

Pepsico Foundation

Frank A. Quinn & Craig Andree

The Rhoades Foundation

Season of Concern

Ryan D. Siemers

Jeff Todd

Trident International Windy City, NFP

Roger Trinh & Jack Tusk

 

$1,000-$2,499

Shahid Ahmed

Jill L. Allread & Pam Freese

Allstate Giving Campaign

American Endowment Foundation

Anonymous

Backstop Foundation

Austin Baidas

Bank of America Employee Giving Campaign

Dennis A. Barnette

Dee Beaubien

Eric Braverman

Evette M. Cardona & Mona Noriega

Steven Carroll

Tina Chabak & Barb Silnes

Chicago Rowing Union

Christy Webber Landscapes

The Coffman Foundation

Anthony P. Demascoli

Kelly Ducheny, PsyD. & Tom Brock

Fidelity Investments Charitable Gifts Fund

GE Railcar Services

GE United Way Campaign

Gray Family Fund

William H. Gumm

Darrell C. & Marcia L. Hammond

Dean P. Hansen

R. Todd Hargan

Peter G. Hillsman

Magda Houlberg, M.D. & Jenn Richards

Paul W. Huber

IBM Employee Services Center

Christopher J. Jowett

Kent Krach

Loraine Kaufman FoundationLori and Steve KaufmanJohn Lyons

Kami McClure & Jennifer Purcell

John McElwee

Matthew McGarvey

Merck Sharp & Dohme Corp

Kurt C. Mergen

David Ernesto Munar

 

DONORS
DONORS CONT'D

Brandon Neese

John W. Newlin, Jr. & Marilyn F. Newlin

Northalsted Business Alliance

Northern Trust Company Charitable Trust

Ogilvy & Mather Chicago

Michael O'Malley

Darci & Noel Outlaw

Bethany M. & Alissa A. Pagels-Minor

David Pascal

Diane Pascal & Thomas L. Richie

Martha Pascal

Christopher Pazdernik, on behalf of Option Up

Performics

Michael V. Raffety

Room&Board

Marilyn Siegelbaum

Ronald R. Spielman

Patricia A. Staszak

Dusan Stefoski

Sam Stephenson

STS Foundation

Uptown Underground

ViiV Healthcare

Karl Vogel

Margaret Valentine Walker

Washington Square Health Foundation

Windy City Rainbow Alliance of Deaf

Tracey Wolfe

Oscar Ivan Zambrano, MPH

 

$500-$999

Duke Alden, J.D.

Jess Alexander

Anonymous (4)

Kristin Keglovitz Baker, PA-C & Bridget Baker

The Bank of America Charitable Foundation, Inc.

Bank of America United Way Campaign

Kevin Betz

Wayne T. Bradley & Richard N. Peterson

Carl Branch

 

 

Maegan Buckler

Fred Cabrera

Charlie's Chicago

Simon Chavez

Claw Corp

Scott Cook

Edwin E. Corbin-Gutierrez

Cary Cranson

John P. Curlo

The David and Lisette Eisendrath Foundation

Sean A. D'Esposito

The Discover Brighter Futures Fund

June H. Donka

Robert Fortney

Jennifer Gavelek

Jim & Lora Gelbort

Bartosz Gromada

Mary Guzman

Karl Hanek

Todd Harding

Stephen Harms

Hell in a Handbag Productions

David Jablonowski

John J. Johnson

John Kerney

John Klapper

KPMG LLP

Andrea LaRowe

Neil T. Mack

McAlpine Consulting for Growth

Bob & Margaret McCamant

Jeremy J. McDole

Virginia McGathey & Emily Beswick

Mercer

The Morris and Helen Messing Foundation

Alan Minnick

Morten Group

Rafi Mottahedeh

William Muller

Maureen Oddone

Cindy O'Gara

 

 

Pacific Reproductive Services

Deborah Pascal

John Peller, MPP

Scott Perin

Deborah S. & Robert Raymer

Lauren Robishaw

Carol J. Ronen

David Sgarbosa

Carol Silverman

Fawna M. J. Stockwell

Jamie L. Sutherland

Kliff Svatos

Gerald A. Tasch

The Chicago Outfit Roller Derby

Tom Hawkins Charitable Foundation

United Way of Central Indiana

Elke Weinbrenner

Wellington Avenue United Church of Christ

Marianne Zelewsky

Gus Zimmerman

 

$250-$499

Samantha Abeysekera

Dennis O. Adrian

Lee Allen

Geoffrey A. Anderson

Anonymous (3)

AT&T Employee Giving Campaign

AT&T United Way Employee Giving Campaign

Miles Aurbeck

Christine Bagley

Anna M. Baluyot

Carmelo Barbaro

Paul Barnes

Stacey N. Bashara-Stearns

Venoncia & Carol Bate-Ambrus

Luke T. Beasley

Samantha Bissell

Jack Bransky

Nicholas Bruce

 

DONORS
DONORS CONT'D

Peter Butler

Michael Casner & John Stryker

Causecast Foundation

Kenna O. Childress

Victor L. Corder

Ryan Curran

Jeffrey L. Davis

Jennifer des Groseilliers

Eliot Simon Sustenance Fund

Anne Feder

Thomas J. Feie

Joshua Ferchau & Andrew McKay

FHI360

Roger R. Fierro

Kenyata M. Fletcher

Timothy A. Foster

Lee Francis, MD, MPH & Michelle Gittler

Robin Gallardi

Paul N. Garcy

Ilise Goldberg

Brian Golinvaux

Cedric Gordon

Mary Jo Graden & Hilary Marsh

John O. Graziani & Timothy J. Volk

Andrea Hansen

Cecilia T. Hardacker & Tonya J. Hart

Aiden Harrington

Lorraine Hayes

Eva Henninger

Joe R. Hollendoner & Bill Marsland

Don Horvath

Isabelle's Mission

 

Claire Jaques

Christopher Johnson

Curtis D. Jones

William P. Joure

Timothy Juday

Cynthia Kaminski

Donna Kapche

Charles L. Katzenmeyer

Lori & Steve Kaufman

Andrew Krey

Laura Lawson

Brenda M. & Lisa Ann Link

Hayley Mathews

Monique Maye

Thomas J. McKeon

Timothy McKeon

Lawrence Nash

Kenneth Nickele & Pod Jennifer Ann Forby

Nuveen Investments

Philanthropy Ventures, LLC

Proud to Run Chicago

Kevin Rakow

Renaissance Charitable Foundation

Timothy Rigsby

Gregory Rizzo

Michael Rosa

William H. Russell

Jonathan Saidler

Jaime Sandoval

Denise Scarpelli

John C. Schneider, MD

Jason R Schroeder

David A. & Julie M. Sherman

Joanne Shlifka

Angelique Smith

Stewart C. Smith

Rassamay Sopha

David Stewart

Gavin T. Stewart

Andrew M. Strasser

Susan Sturgis

Mr. Garrett Taliaferro

Kevin Thilberger

N. Charles Thomas

Miguel Torres

United Way of Southeastern Michigan

Dennis Vetter & Steve Howard

Peter & Tricia Warns

Peter H. Watson

C. M. Weldon-Linne, MD & Madeleine M. Weldon-Linne

Michelle Wetzel

Ada Woo

Mark Wayne Wuchte

Jennifer Yeaton

We regret any errors or omissions.To report an error, please contact us at 773.572.6988.

DONORS
IN-KIND DONORS 2016

Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center

Duke Alden

Allure Skin & Laser Center

Aloft Circus Arts

Americares

Aurora Hartford G.L.O.B.E.

Back 2 School Illinois

Chenis Biedzinski

Gretchen Bohling

Michael Browning

The Campus Kitchen at Northwestern University

The Chicago Outfit Roller Derby

Noel Cross

Crowe Horwath LLP

Sky Cubacub

Dapper & Urban

Colin Davis

Gabrielle Davis

Digital Kitchen

Direct Relief

The Discover Brighter Futures Fund

Discover Pride

Do312

Early to Bed

Elizabeth Dooley

Stephanie Dooley

Angela Fegan

Fitness Formula Clubs

Kat Fitzgerald

Food For Thought Catering

Forbidden Root

 

 

 

Fred Astaire Dance Studio

Free Street Theater

George L. Jewell Catering Services, Ltd.

The Geraghty

Gilead Sciences

Gold Grid Studios

Stephanie Goldfarb

Goodman Theatre

Goorin Bros. Hat Shop

Henry Schein

HandCut Foods

Hilton Chicago

Joe R. Hollendoner & Bill Marsland

Human Rights Campaign

Debra Inserra-Mousin

Melissa Iverson

J&L Catering, LLC

Jenner & Block LLP

Kehoe Designs Inc

Tom Kehoe

Mark Kiezel

Roy Kinsey

Kirkland & Ellis LLP

Elaine Klemen

Lady Gregory's Irish Bar and Restaurant

Macy's on State

mcgarrybowen

MillerCoors

Motorola Mobility Foundation

Daniel Nack

National Coalition of STD Directors

John Nawojchik

Ogilvy & Mather Chicago

John O’Hara

PACO Collective

Coya Paz

PCI - Public Communications, Inc.

Pepsico Chicago

Phil Stefani Signature Restaurants

Thomas L. Richie

Laura & Brooke Ricketts

Roscoe’s Tavern

Schiff Hardin LLP

Roger Schoon

Shure

Sittercity

Steppenwolf Theater

Swedish Bakery

Laura Szumowski

Cara Thaxton

Alfred Torrence, MD & Donald McDevitt

Trojan Brands

Uptown Underground

Jen Valles

Visionary Eye Care Professionals

Wellington Avenue United Church of Christ

Jon Wes

Tamar Westphal

Whole Foods

Nina Xoomsai

Zero Percent