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Now in our 26th season, Porchlight is at a pivotal point in its history and your involvement can make a big difference! Explore ways you can make an impact on our education and artistic programs.

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WHY YOUR SUPPORT MATTERS

 

YOUR GIFT TO CHICAGO’S HOME FOR MUSIC THEATRE

  • Sustains the quality and innovation that have earned Porchlight dozens of awards and nominations – 60 Jeff Award Nominations and 19 Jeff Awards during the past five years alone, as well the Best Production Jeff for five consecutive years
  • Enables members of underserved populations to experience live, professional theater as our guests. Porchlight invites students and youth groups to the theatre, and hosts around 400-500 guests per season. For many, the Porchlight production is their first live theatre experience.
  • Showcases and nurtures up-and-coming artists in Chicago music theatre with our New Faces Sing Broadway revue series and our education programming.

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For more information, please contact August Compton at august@porchlightmusictheatre.org.

(ABOVE: The cast of “New Faces Sing Broadway 1956” Photo by Austin Packard).

The Annual Fund

Porchlight counts on the hundreds of individuals who make unrestricted contributions to Porchlight each season in order to produce the highest quality, most exciting music theatre featuring the most talented performers, designers and technicians. Ticket sales only cover about 50% of our nonprofit’s budget—and that’s in a normal year with in-person performances. During this challenging time, our generous supporters make all the difference in our ability to shine.

Porchlight’s Songbook Society is dedicated to ensuring the future of music theatre in Chicago, with it’s home at Porchlight. To learn more, click here.

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GIVING & RECOGNITION LEVELS

Every donation we receive is an affirmation of our work, an affirmation we take very seriously, pushing Porchlight forward and helping us to create the unique music theatre that has distinguished Porchlight Music Theatre for over two decades.


PLAYER: $1,000-$2,499

  • Invitation to each Mainstage Opening Night performance and celebratory reception*
  • Invitation to VIP Donor Holiday Party in December at a special location*
  • Plus the combined benefits of all levels below

ASSOCIATE: $500-$999

  • Choice of Porchlight Music Theatre logo merchandise (hat, t-shirt, water bottle, etc)
  • Plus the combined benefits of all levels below

PATRON: $250-$499

  • Invitation to Porchlight Revisits Donor Lounge with complimentary wine and cheese at evening performance*
  • Plus the combined benefits of all levels below

SUPPORTER: $100 – $249

  • Yearlong recognition in Mainstage show program donor listing

*Please note that an invitation is for two (2). Benefits will be different for the 2020/2021 season.


OTHER GIVING OPTIONS

Porchlight gratefully accepts gifts of stock, planned gifts and charitable IRA rollovers, in addition to support through corporate and community partnerships. Contact August Compton at august@porchlightmusictheatre.org for specific instructions.

MATCHING GIFTS
Does your employer match gifts to 501(c)(3) not-for-profits like Porchlight Music Theatre? If so, please provide us the pertinent forms or link and we’ll pursue the match. When determining giving levels, matches are considered along with the individual’s personal contributions.

CORPORATE GRANTS
If you work for a company with a corporate grant or community giving program, let us know. Employees can help not-for-profits navigate corporate giving programs. Email August Compton at august@porchlightmusictheatre.org.

IN-KIND DONATIONS
Porchlight welcomes in-kind donations for gala auction items, office supplies and equipment, printing and graphic design, set-building materials, furniture, props, costumes and a variety of other much-needed items. Please contact us for more information on how to support the theatre in this vital way.

For more information, please contact August Compton at august@porchlightmusictheatre.org or 773.777.9884.

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The Songbook Society

The Songbook Society is dedicated to ensuring the future of music theatre in Chicago.

Members of the Songbook Society are music theatre lovers who have a strong appreciation for the excellence of music theatre and enjoy getting to know others who share the same enthusiasm and passion for Porchlight. Members serve as advocates and enjoy special inside access and unique opportunities that deepen their engagement with Porchlight. We hope that you will join this special group of Porchlight supporters.

A gift to the Songbook Society is an investment in the success of music theatre at Porchlight. Thank you in advance for your commitment. To learn more, click here.

The Rachel Rockwell Memorial Fund: Supporting Fierce Women Behind the Table

This fund was established by Porchlight board member Brenda Didier to recognize, employ and support women in artistic leadership positions at Porchlight Music Theatre in memory of theatre director, choreographer and performer, Rachel Rockwell.

Inaugural recipients of The Rachel Rockwell Memorial Fund Supporting Fierce Women Behind the Table include Denise Karczewski (lighting designer), Christie Chiles Twillie (music director), and Shanna VanDerwerker (choreographer).

Gifts were made to The Rachel Rockwell Memorial Fund Supporting Fierce Women behind the Table by:
Elizabeth K. Auman
Michelle and Steve Cucchiaro
Brenda S. Didier
Roberta Duchak
Theresa Ham
Johanna McKenzie Miller
Merril Prager and John Levine
Sara Siegall


The Christopher N. Tisone Memorial Stage Management Fund

Through the generosity of the Tisone family, this fund supports a combination of both seasoned stage managers as well as stage managers newer in their careers who are working on Porchlight productions in a given year.


The George K. Sargent III Cash Reserve Fund

Achieving financial stability is the key to expanding programming, innovating, taking artistic risks, and weathering economic downturns. A cash reserve fund is an important strategic goal championed by long-time board member Kim Sargent who passed away in June 2019, but his legacy of strong fiscal stewardship continues to inspire all of us at Porchlight. We have established this fund in his memory.

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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 marked a milestone for Porchlight as the company became an Artist In-Residence at the historic Ruth Page Center for the Arts in Chicago’s Gold Coast. This move expanded audiences and raised 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.


MAINSTAGE: THE MAIN EVENTS

SIGNATURE MAINSTAGE PRODUCTION SPONSOR: $25,000

  • 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

PRINCIPAL MAINSTAGE PRODUCTION SPONSOR: $10,000

  • 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

PORCHLIGHT REVISITS: LOST MUSICALS IN STAGED CONCERT

SIGNATURE REVISITS SPONSOR: $10,000

  • 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

REVISITS SPONSOR: $5,000

  • Program title page recognition as “Associate Producer” with name below 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

NEW FACES SING BROADWAY: NEW TALENTS BELT HITS AND MISSES OF ONE BROADWAY SEASON

NEW FACES SERIES SIGNATURE SPONSOR: $10,000

  • 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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PLANNED GIVING & PORCHLIGHT’S DIRECTOR’S CIRCLE

Planned giving is a way to make a future gift through your financial and estate plans. Your gift may provide tax benefits for you or your loved ones, and it will ensure that the enjoyment and enrichment you’ve experienced at Porchlight is available for generations to come. Through your future gift, you can continue to support Porchlight’s artistic work and exceptional arts education and outreach programs. When you decide to include Porchlight in your estate plans, you come a member of Porchlight’s Director’s Circle.

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

STAY TUNED FOR DETAILS ON OUR 2021 ICONS GALA IN AUGUST!

The ICONS Gala is Porchlight’s signature fundraising event and annually celebrates a notable artist who has made an indelible contribution to American entertainment through our art form. Past ICONS have included Hal Prince, Elaine Stritch, and, in 2020, we presented the ICON Award to Broadway legend Joel Grey.

Porchlight’s Luminary Award is bestowed annually at the Gala. This honor recognizes an outstanding individual, family or family foundation with a history of philanthropic and volunteer leadership on behalf of Porchlight and music theatre in Chicago, and whose generosity inspires others to philanthropic action. Past honorees have included Jim Jensen, Jean Klingenstein and Elaine Cohen & Arlen Rubin.

2020 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
  • 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

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
  • 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: 300)
  • Inclusion in e-blast with your company logo & website link (reach: 20,000)
  • Two complimentary ICONS Gala tickets

 

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 – red, white and sparkling
  • 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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HONOR ROLL OF DONORS

Porchlight Music Theatre gratefully acknowledges the following individuals, corporations, and foundations who generously gave gifts to Porchlight Music Theatre from March 1, 2020 to March 1, 2021.

We also thank those patrons of Sunset Boulevard and Duke Ellington’s Sophisticated Ladies whose contributions to the post show collection supported scholarships to Porchlight’s Youth Summer Camp.

We endeavor to make this listing as accurate as possible. Should you detect an error, please contact August Compton at august@porchlightmusictheatre.org.

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Our Donors


Matching Gift Corporate Partners

Government Support

Porchlight Music Theatre is partially supported by a Grant from the Illinois Arts Council Agency

Porchlight Music Theatre is partially supported by a CityArts Grant from the City of Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs & Special Events


NOTE: THE DESIGNATION ++ INDICATES INDIVIDUALS WHO ARE MEMBERS OF THE DIRECTORS CIRCLE AND HAVE INCLUDED PORCHLIGHT IN THEIR ESTATE PLANNING.

VISIONARY ($10,000+)

Allstate
Anonymous (2)
Bayless Family Foundation
Joyce Chelberg
Elaine Cohen and Arlen Rubin
Michelle and Steve Cucchiaro
Jeremy Eden and Nancy Marder
James P. and Brenda S. Grusecki Family Foundation
James Jensen
Jean Klingenstein
MacArthur Fund for Arts & Culture at Prince
The Pritzker Traubert Foundation
Greg and Anne Taubeneck Family Fund at the Chicago Community Foundation

PRODUCER ($5,000-9,999)

Anonymous (2)
Bob and Emily Carroll
Abe & Ida Cooper Foundation
Dr. Scholl Foundation
Rhona and Julian Frazin
Sondra Epstein
Tony Gibson and Tom Perry
Diane Graham-Henry and Tom Hall
Bob and Mardee Gramen
Scott Hoesman and Joe Higgins
Susan Klingenstein
Chuck and Diane Laff
Corinne and Bill McClintic
Daniel and Genevieve Ratner Foundation
Schulman-Rochambeau Charitable Foundation
Sara Siegall and Taron Tachman
Brian Troy

PRINCIPAL ($2,500-4,999)

Anonymous
Gerry Barad
Jonathan Klein and Susan Cohn
Art Garwin
Jeffrey and Susan Hebble
Mark D. Hudson and Russell N. Johnson
Dan Smith and Steve McDonagh
Jared Kaplan and Maridee Quanbeck
Joel and Jeri Rothman

PLAYER ($1,000-2,499)

Geoffrey Anderson
John Belom
David Bild
Susan Drymalski Bowey
Jackie and Tim Bryant
Jennifer Burrowes
Pamela Crutchfield
Brenda Didier and Mike Seiler
Nehama Dresner
Tom and Marcia Fritz
John Blackburn and William Gilmer
June Golin
William Bergfalk and Roland Hansen
Sona Kalousdian
Carolyn and Gordon Kirk
The Kriauciunas Family
Joan Lovell
A.L. and Jennie L. Luria Foundation
Gregory L. and Alice Lee Melchor
Andra Press
Thomas Reece
Rhoda Reeling
James Dolenc and Tom Riker
Jennifer Sargent
Kim Shambrook
Law Ware Shedd Murphy Foundation
Tamara and Jay Sims
Debra Siegel
Julian and Kerry Steinberg
Scott Vandermyde
Gretchen Upholt
Richard and Diane Weinberg
Diane and Chris Whatton
Ron and Judie Zoromski

ASSOCIATE ($500-999)

Susann Ball
Michael Camp
John Chang
Mary Kay Conley
Deanna Dunagan
Michael Elkow
Dick and Jane Ellingsworth
Robert Fabbri
Judith Barnard and Michael Fain
Miriam Frankel
Judith Freeman
Virginia and Gary Gerst
Richard and Andrea Ginsburg
Michael Goldstein
Robert and Julie Gordon
Shelley Ochab and Chester Gougis
Martin Gradman
Robert Grover
Susan Haimes
David Marker and Georgann Joseph
Sarah Lawsky
David Liechty
Carol Mackoff
Bil Ingraham and Brad McCormick
Barbara and Ed Mills
Bill Morey
Margaret Murphy
Bennett Neuman
Claire Pensyl
Karen Prieur
Jerry Proffit
Roy and Darlene Rhyan
Piper Rothschild
Paul Matz and Jacqueline Saito
Shelley Gorson and Alan Salpeter
Susan and Charles Schwartz
David Shapiro
Gloria Smith
Denise Stefan
Randall Steinmeyer
John and Ellen Thomas
Nancy Timmers
Scott Vachon
Roger and Judith Wallenstein
Patricia Walsh
Andrew Weaver
Scott Wechsler

PATRON ($250-499)

Deb Abrahamson
David Altman
Bari and Peter Amadio
Sal Anzalone
Brian Donlan and Todd Arp
Nick and Margy Baker
Robert Becker
Christy Beckmann
Robert Holliday and Cathy Benton
Dorothy Blyth
Ruth Brackney
Lesli Cason
Richard Boyum and Louie Chua
Diane and Shev Ciral
Constance Clark
Jeffrey and Tara Cohn
Karen Coleman
David Collins
Mary Kay Conley
Jim and Ellen Dalton
Yolanda Deen
Thomas and Martha Dwyer
David Fink
Sally Fletcher
Janet and Kent Foutty
Julie Fricke
Barbara Gaines
Zachary Gass
Patricia Gentry
Charles and Alison Giglio
Michael Girts
Susanne Glink
Ethel and Bill Gofen
Andrew Grein
Glenn Grzonka
Joan and Guy Gunzberg
Virginia Harding
Martin Hauselman
Deborah and Rob Heinrich
Thea Flaum and Robert A. Hill
Debra Hinze
Susan Robertson and Brent Hoffman
Alan Briskin and Blair Hoffman
Michael Horvich
Claudia Hueser
Carol Jaffe
Laura Kahan
Michael Camp and Mark David Kaplan
Bonnie Krasny
Merril Prager and John Levine
Tom Lengacher and Kathy Marusarz
Theodore Michalke
Mary Milroy
Lee and Barbara Mitchell
Stella Moore
Barbara Morgenstern
Steve and Karen Multer
Brooke and Tom Nelson
Sue Pastin
Rodney and Dorothy Patterson
Jill Hurwitz and Harvey Popolow
Lee Dickson and Joe Quartana
Karen Rabun
Robin Roy
Noreen Ryan
The Saints
David Schiffman
Suzy DiSanto and David Schultz
Bernard Sendlin
Robert Sharfman
Jim and Diane Sheehan
Leslie and Jordan Sigale
Robin Simon
Beth Smetana
Jeffrey Slutsky and John Spitzig
Dariel Stack
Gregory Story
Donald Turner
Jan Tynan
Peter Vale
Barbara Provus and Fred Wackerle
Sandra Wisenberg
Linda Youdal
Bruce Zimmerman

SUPPORTER ($100-249)

Jennifer Aguilar
Lane Alexander
Tom Altholz
Karen Amour
Pamela Sherrod Anderson
Karen Anderson
Anonymous
Richard Aronson
Barbara Arsenault
Sue August
Beth Awerkamp
Laura Bagby
Nancy Balcer
Frank and Kathleen Ballantine
Martin Balogh
Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Chicago
Robert Banker
Catherine Barbaro
Donna Baskin
Marcia Baylin
Nancy and Jim Beall
Alvin Beatty
David Bell
Sharon and Hal Bergen
Beth Bergmann
Beckie Menzie and Irwin Berkowitz
Trudy Bers
Linda Bierre
Suzi Birz
Robert Bonace
Nancy and Dan Borzak
Pete Brace
Catherine Brokenshire
Mitchell Brown
Kimberly Bruna Bruna
Jean Bystedt
Joan Callahan
Julie Ann Carroll
William Carstedt
Victor Cassato
Celeste Center
Valerie Chase
Emily Chen
Susan Chennell
David Chinitz
Leah and Sam Chiprin
Daniel Cohn
Ann Cole
Jeffrey Colman
Gregory Colombe
Cheryl Coons
Jan Costenbader
Kathy Cunningham
Joan Curto
Kelly Cushing
Cody Czymr
Barbara Devinki
Richard Divinki
Patricia Dixon
Julie Danis and Paul Donahue
Bernice Dorig
Carolyn Driscoll
Molly Durkin
Lynn Dykstra
Kevin Eastman
Marilyn Eisenberg
Charles Elliott
Janice English
Miriam Ex
Marilynne Felderman
Sunny Fischer
Eileen Flaherty
Freda Friedman
Kenneth Gaines
Nancy Garfien
Jo Gayle
Linda Gels
Karen Genelly
Dan Georgevich
Joseph Glaser
Corrie Gleason
John Glover
Steve and Katherine Goldberg
Ilise Goldberg
David Goldberg
David Goldberg
Meghan Goldfarb
Candice Goldstein
G L Goodman
Michael Brooks and Susan Grace
Paula Grasso
Steven and Suzanne Green
Rachel Cantzler and Drew Grein
Deborah Grombala
Bryan Anderson and Allen Gustin
Nancy Gutfreund
Michael Pauken and Marc Harshbarger
Harriet Hausman
Angeline Heisler
Jon and Darcy Heuring
Jermaine Hill
Betsy Hill
Gregory Hoskins
Edward Howe
David Howlett
Martha Jantho
John Hern and Ed Jeske
James Earl Jones II
Philip Joseph
James Juliano
Daniel Kahn
Robert Kaufman
Sheila Keeshin
Dev and Phyllis Kennedy
Saul Klibanow
Donna and Del Kolacki
Gayle Kosalko
Douglas Brown and Rachel Kraft
Keith and Diane Kremkow
Mindy Laff
League of Chicago Theatres
Kathy Leech
Mary Legere
Dr. Paul Lisnek ++
Jan Loew
Jerome Loew
Roseanne Lucianek
Dianne Luhmann
Bill Melamed and Jamey Lundblad
Corinne Lyon
Richard Malone
Henry and Florine Marks
Mary Marvel
Bob Mason
Mari McCarthy
Brian McCormick
Catherine Meaney
William Meaux
Suzanne Meyering
Carolyn Minutillo
Carol Mitchel
Cindy Mitchell
Jeffrey Mono
Roger and Therese Moore
Dana and Joe Mroczek
Katherine Nathan
Duane Nelsen
Gwen Nodiff
Mary Nolen
Mila Novak
Joan Novick
Robin and Kevin O’Brien
Larry Little and Tim O’Connell
Deborah Oberschelp
Robert Oplawski
Sreya Pallath
Paul Palmateer
Rebecca Patterson
John Pauls
Robert and Barbara Perkaus
David and Carole Perlman
Matthew Piette
Dorothy Pirovano
Charlie and Angela Platt
Stanley Pollock
Joyce Porter
John Prescott
Sharon Reed
Daniel Reich
Edward and Leah Reicin
Hollis Resnik
Nick Rhyan
Robert Rich
Charles and Cathy Ripp
Patrick Robinson
Patti Rocks
Carrie Roitstein
Michael Rucci
Lorra Rudman
Patricia Rusk
Ray and Ann Rusnak
Melanie Sailer
Jerry Salzberg
John and Frances Sandford
Heddi Schellbach
Annie and Steve Scheyer
Eric Schmitt
Don and Betsy Schmitt
Michael Schuppe
Tania Sebastian
Donald and Gail Segal
Lawrence Sezer
Maureen Shea
James Sherman
Leslie Shook
June Shulman
Steven and Susan Sidell
Fanchon and Bruce Simons
John and Margaret Snow
Hugh and Charmaine Spencer
Ellen Steinberg
Caryl Steinberg
Elaine Stern
Susan Stodolsky
Robert Stoll
Cynthia Strong
John Stroud
Kay Tabin
James and Sarah Taich
Jonah Takagi
Todd Toles
James Huttenhower and Phillip Tommey
Mary Torgerson
Lisa Torgerson
Ed Tracy and Denise McGowan Tracy
Louise Trafelet
Michael & Dana Treister
Joanne C Tremulis
Merle Tresser
Mary Ann Tuerk
Ned Turner
Keith Olenik and Jonathan Van Der Kuyl
Mary Van Horne
Dana Vance
Tina and Dennis Vaughn
Mary Vicars
Katy Walk
Margaret Wander
Ellen Webber
James and Mary Weidner
Diane Weil
Susan Weindruch
Joan Weiss
Paul and Lynne Wellen
Jessica Welton
Beth White
Matilda Wilhoite
Marlene and Eric Wilson
Brian E Wilson
Claudia Winkler
Iris Witkowsky
Dean Yannias
Melissa Young
Roberta Zabel