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The season opener In The Heights soared—attracting record attendance, meriting four extensions that resulted in an all-time high of 78 performances, and generating a record number of subscriptions.Thanks to donors’ support, Porchlight Music Theatre’s 2016–2017 season was spectacular! All four shows—In The Heights, Marry Me a Little, and the Chicago premieres of End of the Rainbow and The Scottsboro Boys met with critical acclaim. Audiences loved the Porchlight Revisits and New Faces Sing Broadway shows as well.

Most importantly, this hit musical raised the company’s profile and provided the capacity and fiscal stability to make the big move to a new performance venue, the Ruth Page Center for the Arts.

Loyal donors and supporters have made our every move possible—from tiny storefronts to a studio theatre at the Athenaeum to the 148-seat theaters at Stage 773; from non-Equity to Equity status; from a desk in a board member’s office to a space with office, rehearsal, storage, and scenic build facilities. Now, as we make this momentous move to Chicago’s Gold Coast as an Artist In-Residence at the renovated Ruth Page Center, we need donors’ help EVEN MORE.

Making this big move requires additional investment and support. As we near the end of our fiscal year, we need help to close the gap between ticket sales (they provide 50% of revenue) and actual production costs. Our summer appeal seeks $60,000 from individual donors. Confident in the excellence of our work, we ask you to make a special gift to help underwrite this next season and this ambitious phase of Porchlight’s development as Chicago’s home for music theatre.

Thanks to your continued generosity, we are “moving on up” as we present our main stage season and Porchlight Revisits at the Ruth Page Center.

To learn more about specific “naming rights” opportunities for Porchlight at the Ruth Page Center, click here.

Help Us Make the Move!
(ABOVE: Eric Lewis, Katherine Thomas, Candace C. Edwards and Donica Lynn in “Dreamgirls.” Photo by Brandon Dahlquist)


Explore the ways you can make a direct impact on Porchlight’s work and get many behind-the-scenes perks each season.


By supporting the work of an established Chicago cultural organization, your company can enjoy special visibility opportunities and VIP services, and expand your brand awareness among a key demographic.


By making a gift in your will or estate plans, you can secure the future of Chicago’s home for music theatre.

Your gift to Porchlight will help us as we continue to grow into one of Chicago’s flagship cultural institutions, and cementing our commitment to serve as a center for music theatre – on the stage, in the classroom, and in neighborhoods across Chicago.

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For more information, please contact Don Sprague, Development Director, at or 773.777.9884.

Individual Giving


  • Reimagines well-known musicals, such as In The Heights, Dreamgirls, Sweeney Todd, and Ragtime, in an intimate and environmental experience
  • Revives rarely seen musicals, such as Anyone Can Whistle, Mack & Mabel,Applause, and Little Me through Porchlight Revisits: “Lost” Musicals in Stage Concert
  • Introduces new musicals to Chicago audiences, such as A Class Act, Sondheim on Sondheim, Far From Heaven, and The Scottsboro Boys
  • Sustains the quality and innovation that have earned Porchlight dozens of awards and nominations – 47 Jeff Award Nominations and 16 Jeff Awards during the past four years alone, as well the Best Production Jeff for the past four consecutive years
  • Trains the next generation of performers through The School at Porchlight’s summer camps and professional development classes
  • Cultivates the audiences of tomorrow through our Community Outreach Partnership Program that hosts hundreds of underserved students at our productions each year
  • Showcases up-and-coming artists in Chicago music theatre with our New Faces Sing Broadway revue series
  • Nurtures new work through our development program, Off the Porch

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Support the Award-Winning Work of Porchlight Music Theatre

As the home for music theatre in Chicago, Porchlight Music Theatre is nationally recognized for reimagining classic productions, developing new works and showcasing musical theatre’s noted Chicago veterans and rising stars. Porchlight elevates the genre by providing intimate and powerful theatrical experiences of music theatre through the lens of the “Chicago style.” The 23rd season 2017–2018 marks a milestone for Porchlight as the company becomes an Artist In-Residence at the historic Ruth Page Center for the Arts in Chicago’s Gold Coast. This move expands audiences and raises the company’s profile.

Your partnership with Porchlight provides an affiliation with an established Chicago arts leader and brand that is synonymous with excellence and innovation. We will tailor a package to fit your specific philanthropic and promotional priorities. For individual or family sponsors, we offer you exclusive recognition and involvement with the artists.



  • Billed above the title as “Executive Producer” for the production
  • Sponsorship credit in the promotional rack card for the production (reach: 5,000)
  • Sponsorship credit on the homepage of the Porchlight website
  • Recognition from the stage in the pre-show curtain announcement
  • Six e-blast mentions during the year (reach: 20,000 each)
  • Spotlight recognition in the show program all season (20,000+ impressions annually)
  • Four complimentary tickets to the production’s Opening Night performance, pre-show cocktail party, and post-show reception
  • Exclusive mentions on Facebook to Porchlight’s 7,000+ followers and tweets to 2,000+ Twitter followers
  • Invitation to one rehearsal during each production to see the creative process in action


  • Billed beneath the title as “Associate Producer” for the production
  • Sponsorship credit on the Porchlight website
  • Four e-blast mentions with logo and website link during the year (reach: 20,000 each)
  • Spotlight recognition in the show program all season (20,000+ annually)
  • Two complimentary tickets to the production’s Opening Night performance, pre-show cocktail party, and post-show reception
  • Exclusive mentions on Facebook to Porchlight’s 7,000+ followers and tweets to 2,000+ Twitter followers
  • Invitation to one rehearsal during the production to see the creative process in action



  • Program title page recognition as “Executive Producer” with name placement above the title
  • Recognition from the stage in the pre-show curtain announcement
  • Three e-blast mentions (reach: 20,000+ per e-blast)
  • Support listing in mainstage production programs for the season (reach: 20,000+ annually)
  • Six complimentary tickets to the production
  • Porchlight website recognition


  • Program title page recognition as “Associate Producer” with name below above the title
  • One e-blast mention (reach: 20,000+ per e-blast)
  • Support listing in mainstage production programs for the season (reach: 20,000+ annually)
  • Four complimentary tickets to the production Porchlight website recognition



  • Sponsorship credit on all promotional materials as “Executive Producer”
  • Porchlight website recognition
  • One e-blast mention (reach: 20,000+ per e-blast)
  • Four complimentary tickets
  • Support listing in mainstage production programs for the season (reach: 20,000+ annually)
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Leave a lasting legacy that helps ensure Porchlight Music Theatre’s future. Join the Directors Circle.

An excellent way for you to support Porchlight Music Theatre’s mission and special role as Chicago’s home for music theatre is to leave us a bequest in your will, living trust or with a codicil. One significant benefit of making a gift by bequest is that it allows you to continue to use the property you will leave to charity during your life. Another benefit is that you are able to leave a lasting legacy and tribute to your generosity.

If you have included Porchlight Music Theatre in your estate plans, please download The Bequest Notification form and send us a copy (4200 W. Diversey Ave. Chicago, IL 60639).

Bequest Notification Form

Types of Bequests

Check out the various ways by which you can make a bequest to Porchlight Music Theatre.

Specific Bequest. A specific bequest involves making a gift of a specific asset such as real estate, a car, other property or a gift for a specific dollar amount. For example, you may wish to leave your home or $10,000 to Porchlight Music Theatre.

Percentage Bequest. Another kind of specific bequest involves leaving a specific percentage of your overall estate to charity. For example, you may wish to leave 20% of your estate to Porchlight Music Theatre.

Residual Bequest. A residual bequest is made from the balance of an estate after the will or trust has given away each of the specific bequests. A common residual bequest involves leaving a percentage of the residue of the estate to charity. For example, you may wish to leave 25% of the residue of your estate to Porchlight Music Theatre.

Contingent Bequest. A contingent bequest is made to charity only if the purpose of the primary bequest cannot be met. For example, you could leave specific property, such as a vacation home, to a relative, but the bequest language could provide that if the relative is not alive at the time of your death, the vacation home will go to Porchlight Music Theatre.

Bequest Benefits

A bequest is generally a revocable gift, which means it can be changed or modified at any time. You can choose to designate that a bequest be used for a general or specific purpose so you have the peace of mind knowing that your gift will be used as intended. Bequests are exempt from federal estate taxes. If you have a taxable estate, the estate tax charitable deduction may offset or eliminate estate taxes, resulting in a larger inheritance for your heirs.

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Annual ICONS Gala Brunch Sponsorship Levels

ICONS Signature Sponsor – $10,000
The Signature Sponsor is an exclusive opportunity for one organization or donor to have the distinction of being recognized as the premiere sponsor of the event.

  • Logo placement on the Porchlight website with season-long link to your site
  • Company’s title logo recognition on invitation (deadline: February 15)
  • Three e-blast mentions with logo and website link during the year (reach: 20,000; 60,000 impressions)
  • Logo placement on all event promotional materials and signage
  • Cover page recognition in the event program
  • Introduction with Company representative recognition from the stage
  • Premiere listing in Gala program
  • Six complimentary tickets the ICONS Gala Brunch

ICONS Official Sponsor – $5,000
Benefits for Official Sponsors include:

  • Company’s website linked to Porchlight’s website home page through the season
  • Company logo on all Gala promotion materials, posters, and signage
  • Company’s title logo recognition on invitation (deadline: February 15)
  • Three e-blast mentions with logo and website link during the year (reach: 20,000; 60,000 impressions)
  • Premiere listing in Gala program and thank-you mention from stage at event
  • Two complimentary ICONS Gala tickets

ICONS Partner Sponsor – $1,000
Benefits for Partner Sponsors include:

  • Company logo on all on-site Gala materials and signage (reach: 275)
  • Inclusion in e-blast with your company logo & website link during Spring 2016 (reach: 20,000)
  • Two complimentary ICONS Gala tickets

ICONS Table Sponsor – $1,250
Purchase a table of 10 at ANY TIME before or after the early-bird deadline of April 1st and get the $125pp price (10 tickets must be purchased together on one order).

ICONS In-Kind Sponsors
In-kind sponsors are critical to the success of the event. We regularly seek sponsors for the following items, and offer a variety of promotional recognition depending on the scope of services or items being donated.

  • Wine Sponsor – 4 cases of red, 5 cases of sparkling, and 6 cases of white
  • Printing Sponsor – of invitation and other event materials
  • Floral Sponsor – floral arrangements for the dining tables and the registration/welcome table
  • Swag-Bag Sponsor – provide one or more items for the thank-you gift bag given to each attendee

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Porchlight Music Theatre appreciates the generosity of the individuals, corporations, foundations and government agencies whose support covers the 50% of expenses not met by ticket sales. Please find below the honor roll of donors who gave gifts to the Annual Fund from December 1, 2016 to
November 30, 2017.

Porchlight celebrates the generosity of its donors and carefully stewards their gifts for maximum benefit and impact.

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Foundation/Corporate/Government Support


Family Foundation Support

The Ann Barzel/Patrick Henry Arts Fund
Abe and Ida Cooper Foundation
James P. and Brenda S. Grusecki Family Foundation
The Michael and Mona Heath Fund
The Kalousdian – Lawrence Family Fund
Loraine Kaufman Foundation
Sol R. Kaufman Family Foundation
The Susan Klingenstein Fund
Daniel and Genevieve Ratner Foundation
Greg and Anne Taubeneck Family Foundation at the Chicago Community Trust
Topfer Family Foundation
The Vitale Family Foundation
Judd A. & Marjorie Weinberg Family Foundation


Visionary – $10,000+

Elaine Cohen and Arlen Rubin
James P. and Brenda S. Grusecki Family Foundation
James Jensen
George K. Sargent III
Greg and Anne Taubeneck Family Foundation

Producer – $5,000–$9,999

Anonymous (2)
Alice Anson and Robert Nadler
Timothy and Jacqueline Bryant
Ruth Kaufman/Sol R. Kaufman Family Foundation
Jean Klingenstein
Keith Olenik and Jonathan Van Der Kuyl
John Shea
Tamara and Jay Sims
Avy and Marcie Stein
Brian Troy

Principal – $2,500–$4,999

Eileen and Stephen Baime
David B. Brode
Bob and Emily Carroll
Joyce Chelberg
Keith and Barbara Clayton
Abe and Ida Cooper Foundation / Art and Fern Callistein
Michelle and Steven Cucchiaro
Brenda Didier and Mike Seiler
Tony Gibson and Tom Perry
The Susan Klingenstein Fund
Daniel and Genevieve Ratner Foundation
The Saints

Player – $1,000–$2,499

The Ann Barzel/Patrick Henry Arts Fund
John Belom
Mary Kay Conley
Kim Cook and Bill Walters
Cheryl Coons
Ellen and Jim Dalton
Brian Donlan and Todd Arp
Lloyd A. Fry Foundation
William Gilmer and John Blackburn
John and Lauren Gleason
Diane Graham-Henry and Tom Hall
Arnie Harris
The Michael and Mona Heath Fund
Bil Ingraham and Brad McCormick
Gitta Jacobs
Cheri Lawrence
Patrick and Laura Lederer
Charles and Fran Licht
Debbie and Cory Lipoff
Dr. Paul Lisnek++
Paul Matz and Jacqueline Saito
Bill Melamed and Jamey Lundblad
David New
Merril Prager and John Levine
Barbara Provus and Fred Wackerle
Jim and Diane Sheehan
Anne and Scott Springer
Sara Siegall and Taron Tachman
Ed Tracy and Denise McGowan Tracy
Joan and Marco Weiss
Seymour Zitomersky and Barbara LaSpesa
Ron and Judie Zoromski

Associate – $500–$999

Bryan Anderson and Allen Gustin
Nick and Margy Baker
John Chang
Arthur Cunningham
Elliot Fineman
Donald Flayton
Lucinda Fox
Alvin Goldfarb
Ray Grant and Donald Sprague
Susan and Anthony Grosch
John Gustafson
John Hern and Ed Jeske
Brent Hoffman
Mark Hudson and Russell Johnson
Patricia Hyde
IBM Corporation – Matching Grants Program
Cindi and Steve Johnson
Lori and Steve Kaufman / Loraine Kaufman Foundation
Charles and Diane Laff
Jill and Keith Larsen
Patrick and Laura Lederer
Thomas and Kathy Lengacher
Joan Lovell
Jeannie Lukow++
Andrea and Jim Maremont
David Marker and Georgann Joseph
Meredith Manni Meserow
Walter and Arlene Mikol
Bill Morey and Chris Tisone (RIP)
Gene Morey
Donna Morgan and Brad Lyerla
Karin Mullins
Alison Nelson
Muriel and Dennis Olenik
Rhoda Reeling
Allen and Marya Shechtman
Leslie and Walter Schmid / WLS Family Charities
Kim Shambrook
Jeff and Liz Sharp
L. Walter Stearns and Eugene Dizon
Takeda Pharmaceuticals, USA
Carl and Karen Tisone
Richard B. Turner
Michael Weber
Judd Weinberg
Paul and Lynne Wellen
Mary Alice Wheeler
Nancy Woodruff and Mark Lancaster
James and Margaret Zagel

Patron – $250–$499

Jennifer Aguilar
June Atlas
William Bergfalk and Roland Hansen
Lisa Bierly and William Reulbach
Daniel and Mary Boote
Richard Boyum and Louie Chula
Susan and Michael Brainin
Richard Brannegan
John and Eileen Breslin
Alan Briskin and Blair Hoffman
Kevin Celano
Magdalyn Cohn
Karen Coleman
Jennifer Conrick
Gregory Cooney
Laura de Frise and Steven Rugo
Major George F. Dempsey
Lee Dickson and Joe Quartana
Suzy DiSanto
Michael Elkow Jr.
Jim Finger
Rhona and Julian Frazin
Judith Freeman
Barbara Gaines
Mary Pat Gannon
Bill and Sarah Good
Katherine Harris
Martin and Lois Hauselman
Dave Hoemann and Anthony Salas
Brent Hoffmann
Susan Hohlman
Sona Kalousdian / The Kalousdian-Lawrence Family Fund
Jean Kosova
Craig and Joanne Leslie
Karen and Bob Lewis
Lenard Marcus
Richard and Marilyn Maxen
Peter Merkle and Dexanne Card
Andi Miller
Lee and Barbara Mitchell
Donna Morgan and Brad Lyerla
Margery Nieder
Don Nolan
Elizabeth and David Noll
The Northern Trust
Eamon and Maryanne O’Dowd
Debbie and George Osterhut
Janice and Frank Patterson
Michael Pauken and Marc Harshbarger
Robert and Barbara Perkaus.
Mary Lou Polcyn
Debbie Raymer
Enid Rieser
Susan Robertson
Donna Rodriguez
Joel and Jeri Rothman
William and Julie Sargent
Johnnie Schleyer
Don and Betsy Schmitt
Karen Shankman and James Fruehling
Arlene Sheskin
Stanley and Sandra Sklar
Dan Smith and Steve McDonagh
Liz Stiffel
Robert Tanaka
Richard and Madeline Terrett
Brad Thien andKenn McLaughlin
Sue Tinnish and Ron Hopkins
Bruce and Jan Tranen
Robert and Christine Tucker
John Tully
Thom and Christa Van Ermen
Marilyn and David Vitale
Rebekah and Frank Zhao
Mark and Lisa Zumbach

Supporter – $100–$249

Judith Abelson
Jose Aguilar
James Annable
David Ast and Kasey Larson
Deb Bakal
Gerry Barad
Sandra and James Barnett-White
Lynn Barr
James Barrett
Dale Benson
Marlene Benzuly
John Bierbusse
Roberta Borst
William Bridge
Alan Briskin and Blair Hoffman
Lawrence Broutman
Julie Brown
Rona and Ralph Brown
Inara Bundza
Linda Calandra
Michael Camp and Mark David Kaplan
Charlene Cantu
Cynthia Cheski
David Chinitz
Gerald Cholewa
Constance Clark
Ruth Clark
Gerald and Donna Cody
Kevin and Maureen Cogan
Michael and Sandra Cohen
Daniel Cohn
John and Linda Conrath
Michael Cullen
Silvino da Silva
Joseph and Julianne Daly
Alan Daniels
Maureen Daw, PhD
Betty Dayron
Wynne Delacoma andSteve Nidetz
Elizabeth Derrico
Louise Dieterle
Charlotte Dixon
Dana Dobosz
Kristen Dolce
Mary Ann Dooley
Robert Drinan and Mitchell Brown
Fred Drucker and Rhoda Davis Sweeney
Maxine Durst
Richard Eisenhardt
Mary Ernster
Miriam Ex
Madeline Fern
Jonathan and Sarah Nelson Fiala
Thomas FitzGibbon
Peter and Sharon Flanagan-Hyde
Cardi Fleck
Adrian Foster
Susan Foster
Larry and Eileen Frederick
Judith Friedman
Amy and Andrew Funk
William J. (RIP) and Maureen S. Gallagher
Joy Getzenberg
Charles and Alison Giglio
Joseph Glaser
David Goldberg
Megan Goldish
William Gordon and Marissa Malacara
Bob and Mardee Gramen
John Green
Steven andSuzanne Green
Merle and Barry Gross
Ray Grzebielski
Tom Guerra
Susan Haimes
Eldon Ham and Nan Weiss-Ham
Kay Hamel
Dee Harder
June Hart
Tom Hartman
Darin Hawley
Marlene Hersch
Mary Abbott Hess
Mark Heyrman and Linda Levine
Betty Hill
Anne Hinkamp
Alan and Karen Hoffman
Robert Holliday
Jill Hurwitz and Harvey Popolow
James Huttenhower and Phillip Tommey
Daniel Hwang
Michael Isaacs
Jean Jans
Jaime Juan
Isabel R. Juan
James Juliano
CJ Kadler
Martin Kaprelian
Jim and Laurie Keenan
Louis Kersten
Wayne Koepke
Deb and John Kossnar
GL Kramer
Patricia Latkin
Ida Lessman
Sylvia Lessman
Nancy Levner
Lee Lichamer and William Buchman
Ross Litton
Larry Long
Robert Lyons and Julie Held-Lyons
Karen and Henry Mangurten
Judith Marcus
Lawrence and Sylvia Margolies
William Marowitz
Barry and Mary Ellen Masek
Scott McCausland
Miriam Merrill
Mark Miller
Karen Mirro
Mary Monahan
Stella Moore
Larry and Margie Mroczek
Karen Muth
Phillip Neal
Charlotte Newfeld
Mila Novak
Joan Novick
Robin and Kevin O’Brien
Edward and Rebecca O`Connell
JM and FJ O`Connor
Deboroh and Wayne Oberschelp
Deborah Oestreicher and Victor Magar
Rodney and Dorothy Patterson
Nicole Pearce
Patricia Penn
Pepsico Foundation
David and Carole Perlman
Matt Phelps
Charlie and Angela Platt
Linda Prasil and John Rank
Mark and Susan Prosperi
Victoria Quade
Elizabeth Raiman
Alex Rhyan
Charles and Cathy Ripp
Mary Rooney
Amy and Paul Rosengarten
Robin Roy
Lorri Rudman
William Sarto
Lynda Savage
Tamara Schiller and Charles Hoffman
Judi and Jack Schindler
Ruth and Mark Schlossberg
Rosemary Schnell
Robert Schnuckel
Steve Schroeder
James Schufreider
Rosalind and Craig Schwartz
Jon and Sharron Seymour
Maria Sharkey
Bruce and Sarane Siewerth
Robin Simon
John and Susan Simonetti
Jeffrey Slutsky and John Spitzig
Beth Smetana
Michele Smith
Joel and Jesse Solomon
Eve and Marshall Sparberg
Josh and Kristin Spraggins
Dariel Stack
Carol Stein
Sue Suchy
Judy Swanson
Kay Tabin
Lauren Taslitz and Larry Blommer
Jan Tynan
Adam Vales
Thom Van Ermen and Christa Buck
Dana and Larry Vance
Mary Vicars
Terry Vismantas
Greg and Susan Viti
Roger and Judith Wallenstein
Barbara Weiner
Robert and Marie Weissbourd
Sari Wiaz
Matilda Wilhoite
Corey and Susan Wilner
Marion Wolf
Lance Wolfe
Patricia Wozny
Susan Youdovin
Roberta Zabel

Friend – $1–$99

Edelma Aguilera
Frank Alschuler
Lou Aquila
Casey Audrain
Katrina Baeverstad
Frank and Mona Barth
Barry Baskin
Mary and Tom Bauer
Carolin Belden
Katherine Bendix
Frankie Leo Bennett
Joan Berman
Nancy Bernstein
Harriet Bertsche and John Paige
Tom Bertsche
Deborah Billow
Ralph Block
Robert and Nancy Bloom
Marie Bolchazy
Laurel Breuer
Norman and Kathy Bridge
Archibald Bryant
Julie Ann Carroll
Carol Chavez
Susie Chung
Joanne Conway
Michael Corbin
Matt Crowle
Fran Davidson
Yolanda Deen
Jack Doppelt
James and Judith Duesenberg
Michael Dugard
Jane Ellingsworth
Michelle Engleman
Carmelo Esterrich
Charles and Rosalind Evanson
Connie Fairbanks
Lara Filip
Donald Fischer
William Fishman
Eric and Marilyn Fors
Rilindo Foster
Freda Friedman
Linda Garrison
Jo Gayle
Chris and Pauline Gekas
Tom andMary Gibbons
Ray Gilbert
Kimberly Gleeson
Ilise Goldberg
Adam Gooch
GL Goodman
Mary and Tom Gramins
Julie Green
Jeffrey Grob
Jason Groh
Kathleen Gruszesky
Glenn Grzonka
Carole Gutter
Deborah Haimes
Marilyn Heckmyer
Mealah Heidenreich
Roberta Heiman
Linda Hellstedt
Teri Heyden
Richard Higginbotham
Lydia Hosek
Bonnie Hutchinson
Andrea Idelman
James Jacobson
Janine Jacquet
Carol Jaffe
Paul Joseph
Barbra Josephson
Joel Kay
Timothy Keneally
Dev and Phyllis Kennedy
Julie Kent
Jeff Kessler
William Kirchmeyer, Jr.
Karen Kitover
Gayle Kolb
Linda Konitz
David Koppelman
Pete and Lynne Kuhl
Cheri Lawrence
Benjamin Levy
Jerome Loew
Bjorg Luppino
Allan Maier
Mary Ann Malartsik
Diana Martinez
Pam Matsch and Jeff Levine
Karen McPartland
Margaret Kenney McRaith
Jerry Meites
Dominic and Nancy Missimi
Carol Mitchel
Vivian Mitchel
Rachel Mohwinkel
Madeline Moon
Jill Moore-Pancrazi
Melinda Moore
Dana and Joe Mroczek
Ted and Angie Naron
Sharyl Noeh
Patricia Nugent
Rosemary O’Shea
Janet Ohlhausen
Nolan Padgett
Jeffrey Parker and Lynn Baber
Sue and Pat Pastin
Annemarie Piazza
Joan Piowaty
Daniel Reich
Pamela Reid
Hollis Resnik
Stuart Ross
Keith Sadler
Jeffrey Salzgeber
Alan Sanchez
Therese Schreiner
Matthew Scothorn
Paul Scott
Richard Seid
Carol Senderowitz
Joel Shapiro
Cheryl Sheridan
Harold Sherman
Susan Simon
John and Margaret Snow
Larry and Margaret Sondler
Ivette Sosias
Joanne Steenveld
Barry Stern
Susan Stodolsky
Linda Surlak
Elke Swanson
Harvey and Roberta Teitelbaum
Mark and Sharon Telpner
Susan Tjarksen
Jessica Tobias
Lisa Torgerson
Merle Tresser
James Tuttle
Scott Vachon
Rosemary Vallarta
Randall Verson and Barbara Baer
Theodore and Michelle Waltmire
Elisabeth Weber
Karen Wernette
Jason Wetherbee
Ann Whitney
Brian Wilson
Kelly Wood
Hollie Yanaga
Linda Yodual
Marilyn Zeichel
Pam Zeidman
Robert Zeller
Susan Zerafa

The following individuals have made gifts to Porchlight Revisits to honor Artistic Director Michael Weber on the occasion of his birthday:
Richard Eisenhardt
Diana Lawrence
Diana Martinez
Hollis Resnik
Charles & Cathy Ripp
Alan Sanchez
Don Sprague & Ray Grant
Ann Whitney

The following individuals have made gifts to honor Cheryl Coons for her five years of service on the Porchlight Board of Directors:
Cardi Fleck
Joel Kay
Karen Muth
Donald Sprague and Ray Grant
Lauren Taslitz and Larry Blommer
Theodore and Michelle Waltmire

Gifts were made in honor of:
Christ the King Jesuit College Preparatory School
Michelle Cucchiaro
Brenda Didier
Paula Cozzi Goedert
Georgette Litten
Jeannie Lukow
Jeannie Lukow for her support of Porchlight’s youth programming
Dana Mroczek
George K. Sargent III
Donald Sprague
Jon Steinhagen
Kristi Zimmermann

Gifts were made in memory of:
Ruth Ann Andrew
Robert P. Austin
Shirley Freeman
Harvey Friedman
Catherine Jans Gavala
Beti Moskowitz
Charlie Nash
Elaine Sowa
Noreen F. Stack Leroy
Dianne Parks Yauch