Annual Report 2019

The GMHC Difference

Letter from the CEO and Board Chair

Dear GMHC Community:

GMHC excels in many ways, ensuring the communities we serve have access to high-quality HIV/AIDS services. Our comprehensive approach is designed to help people living with HIV/AIDS overcome barriers to healthy, productive lives.

For nearly four decades, GMHC has been a major partner with the City of New York and the State of New York in fighting to end the AIDS epidemic. In 2019, our contributions helped push new HIV infections to an historic low of 1,772. Our programs reach into communities where the epidemic now concentrates, particularly young Black and Latinx men who have sex with men.

The HIV care continuum is a public health model that outlines the stages people with HIV go through from diagnosis to achieving and maintaining viral suppression—the key to positive health outcomes and the virtual elimination of the risk of transmission. We work across nearly every step of the HIV care continuum. Again this year, our impact can be seen in our exceptionally high rates of linkage to care, adherence, and viral suppression rates: 91 percent of people who test HIV positive at GMHC were linked to care; 89 percent were adherent to treatment; and 94 percent were virally suppressed.

Our comprehensive model is vital to achieving these outcomes. In particular, our services work to address the barriers such as housing and food insecurity—social determinants of health—that prevent people from accessing and adhering to treatment. Many of our clients are homeless when they come to the agency, making housing one of the most requested services. It may sound simple but it’s profound: people who don’t have to worry about shelter or a place to sleep at night are more likely to take their medications and keep their doctor’s appointments. In 2019, all of our clients who gained permanent housing remain stably housed six months later, and this metric correlated closely with treatment adherence and viral suppression. Our model works.

Our impact along the HIV care continuum can also be seen in our approach to testing. In 2019, we relocated our Testing Center from West 29th Street to our new offices at West 38th Street, which allowed us to deliver all of our services under one roof. In 2019, the Testing Center conducted more than 3,000 HIV tests and nearly 7,100 STI tests. For those people who test HIV positive, we focus on immediately linking them to care. In some cases where the risk to follow-up is high, we actually escort newly diagnosed clients to their first doctor’s appointment to ensure that they enroll in care and begin treatment.

While the data speaks for itself, the real impact of our work can be seen in the individual stories of our clients. This year’s annual report provides a glimpse into how we’re changing lives, everyday, and making real progress towards the end of AIDS.  Your sustained generosity and support made all of this possible.


Kelsey Louie, CEO

Jon Mallow, Chair, GMHC Board of Directors

Why Housing is Healthcare

All GMHC clients living with HIV and AIDS who gained housing stay stably housed for six months (and even longer).

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Of Clients Who Gained Permanent Housing Remained Stably Housed 6 Months Later

The conditions where people live, learn, work, and play deeply affect health and well-being. For those living with HIV/AIDS, stable housing can make the difference in whether they can access medical care, adhere to treatment, and become virally suppressed.

Housing is a basic human need. Many people living with HIV/AIDS arrive at GMHC’s doors after being homeless for extended periods. Some may not have ever had their own home. Homelessness prevents people from accessing HIV care and treatment since other needs may take priority over healthcare. Homelessness also makes it more difficult to adhere to HIV medications, which can lead to poor health outcomes and increase the risk of transmitting the virus to others.

One of GMHC’s core services is supportive housing. Two programs provide clients living with HIV/AIDS with emergency temporary housing or permanent housing in the form of rental assistance or housing placement assistance. Depending on their needs, these programs are accessible to clients from their first day at the agency.

“We know that we have to get our homeless clients into stable housing as soon as possible,” said Kishani Moreno, GMHC chief operating officer who oversees the housing programs. “This is a critical part of their path toward good health and wellbeing.”

Moreno said clients who are stably housed show rapid improvement over a very short period of time. “Once they’re in an apartment, we see a lot of positive changes for people,” said Moreno. “They’re already a step ahead.”

In 2018 and 2019, GMHC received awards from the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene for achieving a 90+ percent viral suppression rate for clients in the agency’s permanent housing program.

José’s Experience with the Supportive Housing Program

GMHC housing staff know to “hit the ground running” with homeless clients living with HIV and AIDS as soon as they walk through the agency’s doors and ensure that they are connected to stable housing. Recently, José* was referred to GMHC by the pastor of a church. He arrived in the United States homeless after being kidnapped and raped in his country of origin and sold for money. GMHC staff were able to secure supportive housing for José on his first day at the agency. They accompanied him to his new home and assured that he had adequate clothing, dishes, and other essential items. They showed him how to open the apartment door and lock it when he went into his home— basic things that he did not know how to do. They also made the commitment to return two days later to check on how he was doing.

Since that day, José has remained stably housed and been able to move forward with his life. In addition to housing, GMHC provided him with mental health counseling to address trauma and information about living with HIV.

The road to stable housing also includes skills building for clients. GMHC leads workshops on how to communicate with landlords and the responsibilities of tenants. Other topics focus on house cleaning, shopping for healthy food, budgeting and entitlement management, personal hygiene, and stress reduction.

Clients attend monthly support groups where they can get together, hear other clients’ stories, and exchange resources. Through these groups, clients build a support network, learn how to address problems, and figure out what they need to stay on track.

“Housing can be a very lonely experience for clients who have learned to depend on the communities created in shelters,” said Moreno. “They need a support network and the platform to build relationships as well as learn important skills. These support groups provide that platform for clients.”

Many clients who are provided supportive housing find it a lifechanging experience. Many remain permanently housed or are able to secure apartments on their own without additional support from GMHC staff.

Supportive housing is in high demand by our clients. The programs are at full capacity and there is currently a wait list. While GMHC continues to look for ways to increase our housing capacity, our efforts will focus on ensuring clients like José stay on track physically and emotionally.

Reflecting on his experience with GMHC, José said, “I am so thankful to all the departments within GMHC as I was able to obtain all kinds of help. Currently, I am doing very well health-wise, and I feel really good to be a part of GMHC.”

*José’s name is a pseudonym to protect his identity.

Linkage to Care is a Critical Part of the Strategy to End the HIV/AIDS Epidemic in New York City

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Of Clients Who Tested Positive Were Linked to Care

GMHC’s Testing Center plays a critical role on the HIV care continuum in ensuring newly diagnosed people are immediately linked to health care and have the comprehensive support needed to maintain their health and well-being.

In 2019, 91 percent of GMHC clients who tested positive were linked to care within 30 days, which represents a significant testament to the effectiveness of the GMHC model.

Newly diagnosed people who are linked to care are more likely to achieve viral suppression, a key outcome to protect health and prevent onward transmission of the virus. Since 2008, the number of new infections in New York City have dropped by more than 50 percent due in part to a focus on linking newly diagnosed people to care and treatment.

In 2019, the Testing Center staff conducted 3,038 HIV tests. Forty-seven of those tests yielded a positive result and GMHC successfully linked 44 people out of this group to HIV care.

GMHC’s high linkage to care rate owes in part to the compassionate and welcoming approach of the Testing Center. New York Magazine once called GMHC the “Best Place for an HIV test” in New York City.

“We have a non-judgmental, non-shaming approach,” said Omi Singh, MPH, director of the Testing Center. “We don’t ask questions just to pry and poke. Rather, we ask questions about people’s lives to help them.”

When a person comes into the Testing Center, a testing counselor talks with them about their HIV risks including their sexual practices and substance use. They also ask about how they might be protecting themselves from infection and provide information about condoms and pre-exposure prophylaxis (PreP). 

“We don’t just draw people’s blood and run the HIV test,” said Singh. “We want to help people whether they test positive or negative move forward with their lives.”

Counselors are trained to address the range of emotional reactions from shock to denial that can accompany an HIV diagnosis. “If a person tests positive, this can be quite a shock for some,” said Singh. “There are people still affected by HIV-related stigma.” 

For those who test positive, counselors explain what an HIV diagnosis means and the importance of getting into care to protect their health and prevent transmission to others. Because the period immediately following a diagnosis is critical, counselors will try to make appointments for medical care while a newly diagnosed person is still in the Testing Center. In some cases, staff may escort newly diagnosed people at high risk of being lost to follow-up to nearby healthcare clinics where GMHC has partnerships.

For some people, housing and food insecurity may present barriers to get people linked to care. Healthcare often takes a back seat when people don’t have enough food to eat or are homeless. “Our comprehensive services are designed to address these needs so people who are linked to care remain enrolled,” said Singh.

While most people who come to the Testing Center don’t know their status, some people show up knowing they are HIV positive and seek out the agency’s help in linking them to care. Singh recalled the experience of a young man who recently came to the Testing Center who knew he was already HIV-positive. He was new to New York City, but did not have access to HIV medicines, medical care, or insurance.  A Testing Center counselor linked him to care and provided him information about other GMHC’s services that were available to him. Singh recalled his response. “A few days ago, I did not have medicine, a doctor, or health insurance, and now I have all three with thanks to you.”

While the Testing Center staff primarily operate out of GMHC’s headquarters, they also bring testing services to the community through a mobile testing unit and conduct on-site testing at colleges and universities, health fairs, faith communities, bars, and events throughout the year.

“Many people are unaware that they are infected with HIV,” said Singh. “We need to continue making taking testing as accessible as possible, especially in communities where the epidemic concentrates today.”

Financial Summary

Download the 2019 Financial Summary

Cash and Cash Equivalent$645,204
Government Grants Receivable$6,353,416
Medicaid Receivables$165,597
Contributions Receivable, Net$602,204
Other Receivables$1,275,109
Prepaid Expenses and Other Assets$403,900
Property and Equipment$4,618,484
Restricted Cash$250,061
Security Deposits$4,089,748
Total Assets$18,403,723
Liabilities and Net Assets 
Accounts Payable and Accrued Expenses$3,653,347
Deferred Rent and Rent Incentives$3,664,765
Government Contract Advances$1,089,398
Note payable$272,868
Capital lease$732,546
Line of credit$4,000,000
Total Liabilities and Net Assets$13,412,924
Support and Revenue 
Special Events$1,267,937
Government Contracts$16,184,707
Medicaid Revenue$850,535
Program Revenue$241,965
Contributed Services and In-Kind Support$328,680
Other Revenue$266,080
Total Revenue$26,998,236
Support and Revenue 
Program Services$20,377,729
Management and General$7,812,076
Total Expenses$29,274,310
Change in net assets$-2,276,074
Net assets at beginning of year$7,266,873
Net assets at end of year$4,990,799
The consolidated statement of financial position of Gay Men’s Health Crisis, Inc. and affiliates and related consolidated statements of activities and changes in net assets, and of cash flows were audited by Grant Thornton LLP. The condensed consolidated financial statements represented here have been derived from the consolidated audited financial statements. Copies of the audit reports and the complete consolidated financial statements are available upon request to Michael Hester, Vice President of Finance, at GMHC, 307 West 38th Street, New York, NY 10018-9502

Donor List 2019


The Estate of Arnold Scaasi and Parker Ladd $1,000,000                                                            
Gilead Sciences, Inc. $2,140,000
Steve, Laurie, Lizzie & Jonathan Tisch Philanthropic Fund in honor of Joan H. Tisch$1,500,000
Delta Air Lines $195,000
Elton John AIDS Foundation $100,000
The Estate of Ronald Gazzola $166,712
H. van Ameringen Foundation $200,000
Kaplan Hecker & Fink LLP $145,000
The Estate of Kenneth Leedom and Peter Cott $250,963
The New York Community Trust $143,000
The Research Foundation of the City University of New York $100,000
ViiV Healthcare $275,000
The Keith Haring Foundation $75,000
May and Samuel Rudin Family Foundation, Inc. $65,000
The Estate of Jordan C. Miller $50,000
The Estate of Harold Rosenberg $75,273
Walgreens $51,581
Wells Fargo & Company $50,000
Joe Arena and Thomas D’Eletto $25,250
Barclays Capital $40,000
Bloomberg Philanthropies $25,000
David Boger $42,250
Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS $35,000
Costco Wholesale $40,000
Druckenmiller Foundation $25,000
Duane Reade, Inc. $41,581
Harvard University $25,000
Michael Harwood and Theo Dorian $32,296
Johnson & Johnson $28,825
David Kleinberg $39,821
The Estate of Vincent Lipomi $32,680
Kelsey Louie $36,120
New York Shakespeare Festival $27,381
Northern Trust $30,000
PepsiCo $25,000
Eric and Fiona Rudin $45,000
The Ted Snowdon Foundation $25,000
Jonathan and Lizzie Tisch $25,000
Henry van Ameringen $25,000
VNSNY Choice Select Health $25,000
Craig Weltha $37,000



AIDS Healthcare Foundation$20,000
Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield$15,000
Mark Bavoso$10,000
Bobby Berk$10,000
Joshua and Amy Boger$16,800
Carl Jacobs Foundation$10,000
Mariana Closset $15,855
ConAgra Brands Foundation$10,000
Gillian S. Fuller$10,000
GAP, Inc.$17,990
The Hagedorn Fund$20,000
Joseph Hall and Martin Dagata$15,000
Gillian Hearst$20,168
Geoffrey Hoefer and Thomas Wei$15,768
Brigette James$10,000
Kenneth Cole Productions$15,000
Edward Krugman and Ethel Klein$11,000
The Kors Le Pere Foundation$20,000
Timothy Martin and Peter De Staebler$15,191
John Crash Matos$10,000
Naleo Educational Fund$10,000
Dr. Martin Nash$10,000
National Philanthropic Trust$10,000
New York-Presbyterian Hospital$10,000
PayPal Giving Fund$21,985
Pernod Ricard USA$20,000
Pfizer, Inc.$10,768
Jack Pierson$10,570
Polo Ralph Lauren Foundation$15,000
PVH Foundation$15,000
Raymond Family Foundation$10,000
The Rockefeller Foundation$12,500
Myron “Mickey” Sulzburger Rolfe and Bruce Tracy$10,000
The Rona Jaffe Foundation$10,000
Robert Schwartz$20,700
Michael Sonnenfeldt$10,000
Peter Speliopoulos and Robert Turner$10,000
TD Bank$15,000
Trooper Foods$10,000
Williams-Sonoma Foundation$10,000
Judy Zankel$10,000
Amida Care$5000
Bijan Amini$5000
Anton Kern Gallery$5000
Bank of America Charitable Foundation$8494
BNY Mellon$5385
Elizabeth and Thomas Caine$6720
Chelsea Wine Vault$5000
Michael Coady$5000
Computer Orange$5000
Cowles Charitable Trust$5000
CVS Health$5000
Design Industries Foundation Fighting AIDS (DIFFA)$5000
Flowers Family Foundation$5000
Michael Gancarz$5000
Harney & Sons Fine Teas$5808
Benjamin and Hillary Harris$5000
Steven Holley$5000
Kenilworth Equities Ltd.$9464
John MacBean$5000
Edith MacGuire$5000
Josh Machiz$5503
Matthew Mallow and Ellen Chesler$5000
Alan and Nancy Manocherian$5000
Terry Marler$5000
James Mintz$5000
The Morrison & Foerster Foundation$5000
Mount Sinai Recanati/Miller Transplantation Institute$5000
Mutual of America, Inc.$5000
Martha Nelson$5074
OraSure Technologies, Inc.$5000
Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP$5000
The Rafael and Diana Viñoly Foundation$5000
Stephen Kroll Reidy$7500
Teresita Rodriguez$5285
John Schumacher$5500
Richard Serra and Clara Weyergraf-Serra$5000
Sheraton New York Times Square Hotel$5000
Robert Stilin$5000
Tiger Baron Foundation, Inc$5000
Howard Tucker$5300
Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP$5000
Gary and Nina Wexler$5079
Robert Wilson$5000
Caren Rose Wishner$5285
The Yen Family Charitable Foundation$5000
David Achzet and Eric Siegel$1,105
Robert Ackerman$1,000
Catherine Adler$2,167
Donald Adler$3,000
Patricia Ainsworth$1,000
Robert Alfandre$1,000
AllianceBernstein L.P.$1,000
American Express Foundation$3,049
Amerigroup Corporation$2,500
The Andrew J. Bernstein Foundation$1,000
Anonymous $2,040
Christopher Ardant LLC$1,268
Aydin Arjomand$3,171
Christopher Austopchuk$2,000
Steven and Gwenn Axelrod$2,000
Wendy and Frederick Bachman$3,000
Robert Bagley$1,000
John L. Beatty$1,000
Constance Beaty$2,000
Paul Beirne$1,600
James Bennett$1,250
Daniel and Melissa Berger$1,000
Daniel Berk$1,800
James Bigwood and Jay Cha$2,000
Mark and Deborah Blackman$1,250
Ross Bleckner$1,268
Zachary Boger$1,200
Maurice and Sally Bolmer$1,000
Theresa and Robert Bongiardino$1,000
Michael Bosworth$1,000
Louis Bradbury and Kenneth Quay$1,000
John and Kristine Bradley$1,057
Helen Brandes$2,500
Keith Bremer$1,000
Bright Funds Foundation$1,541
J. Arthur Brost$1,060
Richard Buckley$1,200
Brian Burnim$1,000
Hubert Bush$1,268
C.A.L. Foundation, Inc.$1,000
The Cahill Giving Fund$2,000
David Calfee$1,000
John Casalinuovo and Denise Lutrey$1,805
Kenneth Cerniglia$1,000
Henry and Kathleen Chalfant$1,000
Kathy Chazen and Larry Miller$1,000
Jadd Cheng and Virginia Nicholson$2,000
Gisele Clark$1,045
Michael Todd Cohen$2,643
Anne Collier$1,691
Kenneth Cooke$1,750
Jan Correa$1,000
Jeff Damens$1,500
Ronald Dellapina and Michael King$1,000
John Derian$1,691
David DeSocio$1,000
Alvin and Davida Deutsch$1,500
Deutsche Bank Americas Foundation$2,471
Beth Rudin DeWoody$1,268
Ron Dodd$3,143
William Donadio$3,593
Paul Donahue$1,100
Beth Dozoretz$1,057
Douglas Drake$1,000
Margaret Dungan$1,375
Marion Eccleston$1,321
Deborah Efroymson$1,000
Elsevier Foundation$1,270
Edward and Jeanne Epstein$1,000
Hillery Estes$2,191
John Evans$1,000
Annie Falk$1,057
Mark Fidelman and Mark Hansen$1,825
John Fitzgerald$2,800
Stephen Foster and Russell Saray$1,700
Robert Gallagher$2,000
Robert Gaynor$1,150
General Electric Foundation$1,770
William Getreuer$1,500
John Paul Geurts and Robert Stolt$2,000
Sarah and Ron Gillespie$1,000
Donna and Michael Gins$1,500
Thomas Gioia$1,000
Michael Goff$2,939
Steven Gold$4,543
Daniel Goldman$1,639
Good Morning Higher Power Group$2,135
Lance Gotko$1,000
Peter and Robert Gottlieb$4,500
Brian Grabenstein$1,000
Andrew Greene$1,321
John Greg$1,000
Allan Guggenheim and Lucy Bolton$1,000
Guilford Publications, Inc.$1,000
Agnes Gund$2,000
Barbara Gural$1,000
Edward Hale$1,500
Thomas Hammerstrom$1,000
Jeanmarie Hargrave and Thomas Kerns$1,000
Daniel Harrison$1,000
Anthony Hayes$1,057
Allan Heinberg$1,166
The Helen and Philip Delman Foundation$1,000
Hello Beautiful Foundation$1,000
Jill Herman$1,000
Laura Hidden$2,000
The Hilaria and Alec Baldwin Foundation$2,000
Tommy Hilfiger$1,057
Caroline Hirsch$1,000
Philip Hoefer$1,000
Molly Hoyt$1,000
Paul Humphreys$1,000
IBM Corporation$3,866
Mark and Gail Imowitz$2,000
Zeljko Ivanek$2,500
Ljuban Jaksic$1,321
Robert Price Jepsen$2,500
Jim Hodges Studio Inc.$2,500
The John N. Blackman Sr. Foundation$3,000
Jay Johnson and Tom Cashin$4,037
Michael H. Jones$1,000
Michael Kahn$1,000
Christopher and Daniele Kell$1,000
Scott Kellman$1,000
Richard Kelso$1,021
Charles Kessler$2,500
Daniel Killourhy$1,000
Barry Kissane$1,295
Phillip Kleweno$2,500
Frederick Knapp$3,500
Hans Koch$2,000
Esteban Kuriel$2,357
Nicole LaFountaine$1,000
David Lam$2,500
William Landers$1,000
Joseph Lanzone$1,000
William Lauch$4,000
Charla Lawhon$2,000
Reinaldo Leandro$1,000
Johnnie Lee$2,000
The Litwin Foundation$2,000
Legg Mason$1,275
Arthur Leonard$1,000
Charles Leslie$1,000
Andrew Levitt$1,000
Dean Lewallen$2,500
John Lichter$4,000
Elizabeth and Lowell Lifschultz$1,000
Gordon Linoff and Giuseppe Scalia$2,500
Joseph and Regla Llanos$1,000
Robert Lobou$1,000
Roger Lund$1,000
Marko Lysko$1,376
MAC AIDS Fund$4,000
Mitchell Makowski$1,166
Jonathan Mallow$2,456
Brian Martinsen$1,500
Silvia Marx$1,800
Paul Mata$1,000
Thomas McArdle and Glenn Burke$2,500
Richard McCune$1,000
Sean McGill$1,686
Peter McKown$1,029
Michael Meagher$2,537
Merck Company Foundation$1,025
Bruce Merrill$1,000
MetLife Foundation$3,000
Gary Meyer$3,000
Frank Miceli$2,000
Craig Miller$1,571
Ryan Morris$1,150
Julie Murtagh$1,000
Cindy Muth and Frank Schwarzer$1,000
Kent Myrick$1,200
Kathleen and Ronald Nath$1,000
Sheila Nevins$4,122
New York eHealth Collaborative$2,000
Donna O’Leary$1,500
Oliver Family Fund$3,000
Jarrett Olivo$3,266
Oppenheimer Funds, Inc.$1,800
Isabelle Osborne$1,604
The Overbrook Foundation$1,650
Fr. Joseph P. La M.M.$1,000
Michael Pargee$1,000
Brian Parker$1,000
Newton Paul$2,211
Brian Paylago$1,050
Elizabeth Peabody$2,500
Tim Pflueger and Andrew Tobias$1,000
Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America (PhRMA)$3,000
Joel Picache$1,000
Stephen Pielocik and Bryan George$1,500
Carole and Ira Pittelman$2,000
Michael Plofker$2,000
Dwight Powell$1,250
Eleanor Propp$2,500
Michael Quinn$2,791
Andrew Rannells$1,000
Claudia Ray$1,060
Robert Regina$1,807
David Reich$1,000
Susan E. Reynolds$1,050
Raymond Roberge$1,000
The Robert Mapplethorpe Foundation$1,600
Francisco J Romero$1,950
Marvin Rosen$1,000
Jon Rosenberg$1,000
Patrick Rumaker$1,000
Ajay Salhotra$1,000
Claude Salzberger$1,000
Rosemarie Sansone$1,000
Donna and Michael Sasso$1,000
Peter Scamardella$1,598
Bernard Schleifer$1,000
Jerry Schwartz$1,691
Sam Shahid$1,600
Frank Shanbacker$1,057
John Shea$1,057
Kendra Simes$1,000
Barry Skovgaard and Marc Wolinsky$2,500
Zachary Slaight$1,586
Charles Smith$1,215
Roger Smith$2,000
Kristen Smoragiewicz$2,940
Soros Fund Charitable Foundation$4,657
Joshua and Demetri Sparks$1,321
Charles Spicer $1,850
Bruce Starr$3,000
Steven A. Gold Charitable Educational Institutions Trust$2,407
Robert and Jane Stine$1,000
Kirk Stirling$1,000
Dan Stone$1,000
Harris Stratyner$1,000
Larry Stuckey$2,500
Amy Sullivan$1,500
Susan S. Channing Trust$1,000
Greg Swalwell and Terry Connor$1,000
Danny Taing$1,000
Robin Lord Taylor$1,000
Marvin and Suzanne Tenenbaum$1,100
Marcus Teo$1,396
Mathew Thoennes$1,000
Gregory Thomas$1,057
Teresa Throenle$1,000
Barbara Toll$2,643
William Tomai and John Sebesta$3,439
Kevin Tuerff$1,000
Patricia and Mitchell Udell$1,000
Verizon Foundation$1,634
Rima Vargas-Vetter$1,245
David Vickrey$1,000
Visiting Nurse Service of New York$3,750
The Walt Disney Company$1,060
Darin Waylett$1,500
Jan Weil and Amos Avgar$1,000
Weinman Family Foundation$1,000
Lois Weinroth$2,000
Donna Karan Weiss$2,500
Samuel Weissen$1,742
White and Case, LLP$1,100
Eric Wieschaus and Gertrud Schupbach$1,000
Richard Wolf and Leah Morgan$1,057
Rosalie Wolf and Milton Stern$2,000
Andrea Woodner$1,000
Cindy Workman$2,000
Marc Zemsky$1,000
Aetna Foundation, Inc.$563
Frema Agyeman$510
Robin Albin$500
Daniel Alesandro$650
David Allen$500
Overy Allen$975
Gito Alvarez$793
Rachel Amalfitano$500
Frederick Anderson$529
Archipelago at Home$500
Utkarsha Ayachit$500
Robert Barbetti and Clecio Lira$500
Spencer Barksdale$529
Susan Barnett and Jeffrey Christensen$500
James Barone and Dennis Calabrese$500
Ian Barrett$500
Madeline Bayliss$635
Harold Becker$500
Alex Bellos$500
John Paul Benini$750
John Bennett and Julius Castillo$560
Warren Bimblick and Geoffrey Repella$579
Alexis Bittar$500
BNY Mellon Corporation$847
Amaya Booker$529
Andrew Boorstyn$791
Roddy Bottum$846
S. Bowers and Martin Beadle$500
Jack Boyd$675
Sandra Brant$846
Lawrence Brown$500
Rachel Brown$793
Martin Brûlé$500
Monica Bryne$751
Jane Buerger$680
Richard Burlage$500
A. Bruce Chamberlin$500
Bert Champagne and David Shanahan$500
David Chen$500
Barbara Chesler$500
Inge Chilman$575
Jeffrey Chou and Thanasis Platis$500
Robert Clark$500
Nicolas Cogrel$529
Frederic Cosandey$500
Joanne Crist$900
Lania Cross$514
Patricia Crown and Anthony Radice$500
Jose Cruz$500
Scott Dainton$500
Eileen Daly$726
Laura Danforth$500
Lenora Davis$500
Sean Davis$500
John Deitz$600
Kate Delacorte$606
Karen Delfau$500
Oliviero DeLuca$529
Joe DeVito$500
Candida Dixon$605
Droga5, LLC$750
Alec Drummond$580
Hommes Oil Company$750
Thomas Dwyer$500
Michael Emerson$600
Arden and Alan Epstein$529
Alexander Esau$541
Thomas Farber and Dana Buchman Farber$500
Michael Feiler$500
Shachar Feldman$556
Paul Ferrara$500
Robin Feuerstein$500
Spencer Finch$600
Sarah and David Fischell$500
Kate Fitzsimmons$971
Linette Flete$530
Heather Flock$550
Joan Flynn$544
Deborah and John Fogarty$650
Martha and Pat Freeman$811
Steven and Lauren Friedman$500
Stephen Friedman$500
Nancy Gallt and Craig Virden$900
Richard Garnett$500
Cameron Gaynor$541
Lionel Geneste$529
Frank Godchaux$985
Alan Goldberg$500
Goldfarb & Fleece$500
Howard Goldfarb$529
Goldman, Sachs & Co.$600
Francine and Lenny Goldstein Family Foundation$950
Carrie Gorelick$500
Ronald Gretz and Braxton Peters$500
Howard Grier$600
Marey Griffith$605
Emily Grishman$500
Judy Gross$500
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