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horizons foundation 2007 grantmaking
horizons foundation annual report 2007
breaking new ground
table of contents
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LETTER FROM THE BOARD CO-CHAIRS
AND EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
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PROGRAMS
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2007 GRANTMAKING
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INSTITUTIONAL PARTNERS AND SUPPORTERS
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INDIVIDUAL DONORS
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FINANCIALS
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STAFF, BOARD OF DIRECTORS,
COMMITTEE MEMBERS, AND ADVISORY BOARD
THEATER’S TIES WITH THE LGBT COMMUNITY, PARTICULARLY LGBT AFRICAN-AMERICANS.
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COMMUNITY ISSUES GRANTEE LORRAINE HANSBERRY THEATRE LAUNCHED [email protected] TO STRENGTHEN THE
ANNUAL REPORT 2007
letter from the board co-chairs and executive director
From the beginning, the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) community has crossed boundaries and broken new ground. Societal expectations. Edgy
and political artwork. Models of how to care for partners, friends, and children. Each time, we’ve dared mainstream culture—and each other—to stretch beyond the
“known” and look towards what could be.
Such vision made Horizons Foundation’s very existence possible nearly three decades ago. It’s still what drives us today.
In 2007, Horizons crossed a major threshold in our work—for the first time, we gave out more than
$2 million in grants in a single year. And this wasn’t just a slight step up. Across our full grantmaking
portfolio—and thanks particularly to our rapidly growing donor-advised fund program—we distributed
over $2.8 million in grants. That’s about $1 million more than the year before.
John Bare
Margarita Gandia
Roger Doughty
2007 Board Co-chair
2007 Board Co-chair
Executive Director
If you look below the surface, our grantmaking had even more going on than this remarkable headline
alone might suggest. We concluded an in-depth review of all our grantmaking, looking at everything from
the types of organizations we fund to the role of community members in recommending grantees. Out of
this work came a set of priorities that will guide a sizeable portion of our grantmaking over the coming
years so that each Horizons dollar makes as big an impact as possible.
And the grantmaking review isn’t the end of the story. Horizons also undertook a thorough examination of our progress against the milestones in our strategic plan,
which we started implementing in 2004. Its goals to increase LGBT giving and build permanent resources are, by their nature, long term. That’s why, at the
midpoint of this five-year plan, we wanted to hold ourselves accountable to the LGBT community, whose resources Horizons holds in trust—especially because this
plan once again pushed the boundaries of what had been done before.
We’re excited to report that the news about our strategic plan is excellent. Whether you look at the number of Legacy Circle members, the size of the LGBT
Community Endowment Fund, or the impact of our philanthropic education programs, we’re on target to reach all the major goals. Equally important, every critical
assumption we made about our community’s readiness to take on this long-term challenge is proving true. In short, the plan is working.
Of course, all of this played out against the broad backdrop of our other programs as well—helping LGBT donors strategize about their giving, supporting LGBT
leaders in their efforts, and opening vital conversations on LGBT issues with mainstream foundations and the media.
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Each time you peel back a layer of Horizons’ work, you’ll find another way we’re strengthening the LGBT community. Thanks to your support and dedication,
Horizons Foundation will continue to cross new thresholds and break new ground.
THE LESBIAN HEALTH AND RESEARCH CENTER AT UCSF, A COMMUNITY ISSUES AND DONOR-ADVISED FUND GRANTEE,
PLAYS A UNIQUE ROLE ADVOCATING FOR THE HEALTH OF LBT WOMEN.
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horizons programs
Horizons Foundation strengthens LGBT organizations and builds
LGBT philanthropy through a diverse range of programs, services,
and initiatives. Taken together, these activities help realize the full
potential of LGBT giving and power the LGBT movement.
We’re also proud to have such a diverse grantmaking portfolio, from an
array of significant regranting partnerships (including The California
Wellness Foundation, William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, National
AIDS Fund/Elton John AIDS Foundation, and San Francisco AIDS
Foundation) to grant programs that rely on panels of volunteers to
recommend grantees.
Strengthening LGBT Organizations
Donor-advised and other named funds housed at Horizons also reached a
new milestone in 2007, distributing more than $1.6 million in grants.
These funds are valuable to our community not just for the grants they
make to LGBT nonprofits, but also for the “lavender stamp” they put on
donations to mainstream organizations.
GRANTMAKING
Since our inception in 1980, Horizons Foundation has broken new
ground by funding cutting-edge LGBT community organizations and
causes in the Bay Area. Guided by decades of expertise and deeply
informed by direct community participation, Horizons’ grants support
LGBT organizations across the spectrum of issues, populations, and
geography. We also support LGBT nonprofits at multiple points in their
development, from emerging organizations (such as Radar Productions,
Rainbow Community Center, and Sistahs Steppin’ in Pride) to
community institutions (such as Community United Against Violence,
Native American AIDS Project, and Our Family Coalition).
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In 2007, Horizons’ grantmaking crossed an exciting threshold: for the
first time, we made more than $2 million in grants in a single year. In
fact, our grantmaking topped $2.8 million, nearly $1 million more than
any other LGBT community foundation in the country.
LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT
Executive directors of LGBT nonprofits, whether small or large, bear
enormous responsibility for their organizations’ well-being. The demands
on their time and energy are nearly endless, and too often, isolation and
burnout lead them to take their talent and experience elsewhere.
Horizons Foundation’s Strategic Partnership Program (SPP) was created
to help LGBT executive directors address these challenges through peerto-peer support, executive coaching, and trainings. An evaluation of SPP
in 2007 found that 100% of the participants reported some personal
and/or professional benefit from the program, including 87% who said
they were better able to manage the stress and challenges of their job
THE GAY ADAM BERMAN FUND PUTS A “LAVENDER STAMP” ON EVERY GRANT ADAM RECOMMENDS FROM
HIS DONOR-ADVISED FUND, BUILDING VISIBILITY FOR LGBT GIVING AMONG LGBT AND MAINSTREAM NONPROFITS.
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thanks to their participation in SPP. The program has also had a
measurably positive effect on their organizations—46% of the
participants felt SPP was a factor in achieving an increased or
more stable organizational budget, and 50% reported positive
changes in staffing as a result of participating in SPP.
Horizons was privileged to support the executive directors of these
organizations in 2007:
Ally Action
Black Coalition on AIDS
Children of Lesbians and Gays Everywhere (COLAGE)
Community United Against Violence (CUAV)
Billy DeFrank LGBT Community Center
GLBT Historical Society of Northern California
Gay-Straight Alliance Network
Lavender Youth Recreation and Information Center (LYRIC)
Lighthouse Community Center
Lyon-Martin Health Services
New Leaf: Services For Our Community
openhouse
Our Family Coalition
Pacific Center for Human Growth
Purple Moon Dance Project
Queer Women of Color Media Arts Project
Rainbow Community Center of Contra Costa County
San Francisco LGBT Community Center
Spectrum Center for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Concerns
Transgender Law Center
Building LGBT Philanthropy
By giving to causes they care about, LGBT donors have a powerful effect
on LGBT nonprofits. By bringing LGBT donors together, Horizons
Foundation focuses that impact on the LGBT movement.
DONOR EDUCATION
Our 2007 Philanthropy Series once again drew nearly 400 participants
and tremendous acclaim: 99% of the feedback rated the seminars as
excellent or good. In addition to sessions on fundamentals such as
evaluating nonprofits and planned giving, Horizons broadened the scope of
the series to include such topics as socially responsive investing, and the
role of giving in a variety of spiritual traditions. All of the sessions kept
donors connected and involved, increased the giving capacity of the LGBT
community, and enhanced the impact of individual donors.
DONOR SERVICES
In 2007, Horizons Foundation opened a record 16 new donor-advised
funds to help donors reach their philanthropic goals. In addition, our field
of interest funds continue to bring together scores of donors drawn to
particular issues, including the new Civil Marriage Collaborative Donor
Circle (see page 18). We also held a special briefing for our donor
advisors, previewing the “Let California Ring” ad that is about to appear on
television state-wide. Horizons is currently home to more than 70 donoradvised and other named funds.
We continued to work closely with professional advisors to help serve our
donors better. A series of educational events aimed at advisors helped keep
them up-to-date on topics affecting their LGBT clients, such as the
implications of new tax laws for registered domestic partners in California.
We also published our annual Directory of Professional Advisors for the
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LGBT Community, a free booklet with over 100 attorneys, financial
advisors, tax preparers, and others who integrate the needs of
LGBT clients into their professional services.
Horizons serves as a vital resource for donors and professional
advisors as they create giving portfolios that reflect the donor’s
interests as well as the needs of the community.
PHILANTHROPIC ADVOCACY
Horizons plays a unique role as an advocate and link between the
LGBT community and the larger world of philanthropy by educating
mainstream philanthropic institutions and individuals about LGBT
needs. We also link non-LGBT foundations with LGBT organizations
and partner with larger foundations to grant funds in the LGBT
community.
In 2007, Horizons Foundation was one of the few—and sometimes
the only—organization representing the LGBT community at
strategic discussions among major national funders. As part of a
formal advisory group on “diversity funds” (a term that also
includes funders that focus on women, people of color, and other
marginalized communities), Horizons makes sure that LGBT
concerns are included in how foundations look at questions of
diversity. In the 30-member Community Foundation Leadership
Task Force—where Horizons is the only diversity fund—our
perspective and experience help enrich the group’s work in creating
new leadership models for community foundations in the 21st
century.
2007 PHILANTHROPY SERIES EVENTS
Trends in Philanthropy
Briefing on Marriage: Preview of “Let California Ring” Ad Campaign
Leave Your Story in Trust: Writing an Ethical Will
Caring for Community and Self: Giving as Spiritual Practice
Socially Responsive Investing for the LGBT Community
Recent Trends in Charitable Gift Planning
Life Income and Testamentary Giving – Charitable Trusts
How to Evaluate Nonprofit Organizations:
How Does Horizons Foundation Give Away Money?
2007 Legislative, Electoral, and Judicial Update
Our sincerest thanks to Wells Fargo Private Client Services for
hosting the 2007 Philanthropy Series.
2007 PROFESSIONAL ADVISOR EVENTS
How Will the Pension Protection Act Benefit Your Clients?
Collaborative Law: A Team Approach to Resolving Family, Business, and
Other Disputes in the LGBT Community
2007 Tax Filing for Registered Domestic Partners
How to Talk to Your Clients about Charitable Gift Planning
Horizons Foundation is grateful to all of the presenters who made these events
such a success: Rabbi Camille Shira Angel, Rev. H. Ry mon Gutiérrez Baldoquín,
Jack Bird, Patricia Cain, John Darby, Edward Dean, Julie Dorf, Jeanne M. Fahey,
Urusa Fahim (Spirit Rock Meditation Center), Peggy Flynn (Good Death Institute),
Michael Fontanello (Fontanello, Duffield & Otake), Tim Freundlich (Calvert Social
Investment Foundation), Jewelle Gomez, Jacob Harold (William and Flora Hewlett
Foundation), Pan Haskins, Lisa Hoffman, Linda Jacobs (Cambridge Investment
Group), Kate Kendell (National Center for Lesbian Rights), Alice Kessler (Equality
California), Seth Kilbourn, Deb Kinney (DLK Law Group), Rick Mordesovich,
Jeff Nguyen (Steefel, Levitt, and Weiss), Rev. David Norgard, Glenn Perry
(Merrill Lynch), John D. Raskin, Linda Scaparotti, Maryann Simpson (RBC Dain
Rauscher), Karen Stogdill, Barry Taylor (Bingham, Osborn & Scarborough), and
Deborah Wald (Wald Law Group).
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2007 grantmaking
Horizons Foundation is uniquely positioned to help a wide variety of
LGBT organizations move forward in their work by providing them with
direct financial support.
In 2007, we did so through 517 grants totaling $2,869,499—the first
time we’ve crossed the $2 million mark in a single year. Congratulations
to everyone—individual donors, community organizations, and
collaborating foundations and corporations—who made this milestone
possible!
Horizons has a wide-ranging portfolio of grants that strengthen the LGBT
community. Many grantees were selected using community-led grantmaking processes, while others came from donor-advised and special
funds. Together, they represent funding for advocacy, services, and
programs that will move the entire LGBT community to the next level.
2007 Community Issues Grants
The cornerstone of Horizons’ grantmaking portfolio, Community Issues
grants are awarded to LGBT organizations and projects throughout the nine
Bay Area counties. Applicants sought funding in one of four issue areas:
Arts and Culture; Awareness and Civil Rights; Community
Building; and Human Services and Health. To ensure that these grants
reflect evolving community needs, Horizons actively engages a diverse panel
of volunteers to review proposals and recommend grants. In 2007, Horizons
awarded 39 Community Issues grants totaling $243,607.
Community Issues grants are made possible in large part by the generosity of
hundreds of Horizons donors, including those whose bequests and planned
gifts have supported Horizons Foundation’s LGBT Community Endowment
Fund. These grants are also funded in part by support from the William
and Flora Hewlett Foundation.
AIDS Legal Referral Panel, San Francisco – $7,250
For the Immigrant HIV Assistance Program, part of ALRP’s free and low-cost legal
assistance for people living with HIV/AIDS
Alternative Theater Ensemble, San Rafael – $6,000
For the development and production of a new play by Brian Thorstenson, as part of
the theater company’s ensemble-based performances
Asian and Pacific Islander Family Pride, Fremont – $2,000
For Project BASIC MESSAGE, part of API Family Pride’s work to end the
isolation of API families with LGBT members
Bay Area Bisexual Network, San Francisco – $2,000
For activities to build community among bisexuals and promote better
understanding of bisexual lives within the larger LGBTQ community and the public
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THE BAY AREA BISEXUAL NETWORK HAD PLENTY OF REASON TO CELEBRATE IN 2007: THE YEAR MARKED THE
ORGANIZATION’S 20TH ANNIVERSARY AND ITS FIRST COMMUNITY ISSUES GRANT.
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Center for Lesbian and Gay Studies in Religion and Ministry, Berkeley – $8,000
For the Asian Pacific Islander Roundtable Project, part of CLGS’s education,
research, community building, and advocacy efforts to shape a new public
discourse on religion and sexuality
Children’s Book Press, San Francisco – $8,000
For reproduction of Antonio’s Card/La Tarjeta de Antonio, part of CBP's
multicultural and bilingual literature for children
Community United Against Violence (CUAV), San Francisco – $7,250
For work preventing and responding to violence against and within the lesbian, gay,
bisexual, transgender, queer, and questioning (LGBTQQ) communities
Deaf Lesbian Festival, Oakland – $4,000
For the bi-annual festival where deaf lesbians gather to network with, learn from,
and support each other
Family Builders by Adoption, Oakland – $9,500
For the No Place Like Home project, which helps find permanent families for
LGBTQ youth currently in foster care
Fresh Meat Productions, San Francisco – $8,000
For artistic programs that support the creation, development, and staging of multidisciplinary work that reflects the transgender experience and builds community
Gay Asian Pacific Alliance (GAPA), San Francisco – $8,000
For programs and events supporting gay/bisexual Asian/Pacific Islander men
Gay-Straight Alliance Network, San Francisco – $10,000
For the Campaign for LGBTQ-Inclusive Sexual Health Education, part of GSAN’s
work to empower youth leaders and counteract anti-LGBTQ bias
Gente Latina de Ambiente (GELAAM), Burlingame – $5,000
For education, advocacy, health, HIV/AIDS prevention, and emotional support
programs for Latino LGBT people in San Mateo County. This is the second part of
a two-year grant.
Lavender Youth Recreation and Information Center (LYRIC),
San Francisco – $7,250
For health, education, community building, and leadership programs for
LGBTQQ youth
Lesbian Health and Research Center at UCSF, San Francisco – $5,607
For a comprehensive program of activities to enhance clinical practice and
inform policy about the health needs of LBT women
Lyon-Martin Health Services, San Francisco – $6,500
For healthcare and support services for women and transgender people.
This is the second part of a two-year grant.
Marea Media, San Francisco – $8,000
For the feature-length film Tomboys and Ladies: The Gender Outlaws and the
Women who Love Them
Mexican Heritage Corporation/Mariachi Youth Program, San Jose – $6,000
For the Lesbian Mariachi Band, part of MHC’s programs that celebrate and
preserve the cultural heritage of the Mexican community
Movimiento de Arte y Cultura Latino Americana, San Jose – $9,000
For a series of performances by leading contemporary LGBT Latino/a artists,
part of MACLA’s efforts to showcase new work by Latino/a artists
Old Lesbians Organizing for Change, San Francisco Bay Area Affiliate,
Mill Valley – $2,000
For programs that provide old lesbians a safe, supportive network and
foster creative ways to live well as old women
openhouse, San Francisco – $8,000
For housing and support services that are sensitive to the needs of LGBT seniors
of all income levels. This is the first part of a renewable grant.
Our Family Coalition, San Francisco – $8,000
For social, educational, and advocacy programs for LGBT parents and
prospective parents
Outlet Program, Mountain View – $8,000
For programs that support the well-being of LGBTQQ youth living on the
mid-Peninsula
OutLook Theater Project, San Francisco – $6,000
For ensemble-based performances of original material that inspires personal and
social change
Positive Resource Center, San Francisco – $7,250
For employment services and benefits counseling for people with HIV/AIDS
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Purple Moon Dance Project, San Francisco – $8,000
For dance programs for lesbians and women of color. This is the first part of a
renewable grant.
Queer Women of Color Media Arts Project, San Francisco – $10,000
For programs promoting the creation and exhibition of films/videos that reflect the
experiences and stories of queer women of color. This is the second part of a
two-year grant.
QueLACo (Queer Latino/a Artists Coalition), San Francisco – $2,000
For the development, production, and presentation of multidisciplinary arts by and
for queer Latinos in the San Francisco Bay Area
That All May Freely Serve, Rochester, NY/San Jose – $4,000
For local organizing around the Rainbow Witness of Faith Campaign at the June
2008 Assembly of the Presbyterian Church, part of TAMFS’s work to create an
inclusive and affirming faith community
Transgender, Gender Variant, and Intersex Justice Project, Oakland – $5,000
For efforts to end human and civil rights abuses against transgender, gender
variant, and intersex (TGI) prisoners in California and beyond
Transgender Law Center, San Francisco – $10,000
For legal services, education, advocacy, and community organizing to address the
discrimination faced by transgender people and their families. This is the first part
of a renewable grant.
Radar Productions/Sorry You’re Poor Productions, San Francisco – $7,000
For From the Margins, a series of free literature programs exploring how
demographic change has impacted San Francisco’s cultural productions
Rainbow Community Center of Contra Costa, Concord – $7,000
For social, health, and educational programs for LGBTQ people in central and
eastern Contra Costa County
Rainbow Women’s Chorus, San Jose – $5,000
For concerts and festival workshops that entertain, educate, and culturally enrich
audiences
“Regarding Susan Sontag” Documentary Film Project, Berkeley – $7,000
For additional research on the Sontag papers, in preparation for production of
a film about author Susan Sontag
SEW Productions/Lorraine Hansberry Theatre, San Francisco – $7,000
For the theater and outreach series [email protected], part of LHT’s productions that
explore, celebrate, and reflect the lives of African-Americans
Sistahs Steppin’ in Pride, Oakland – $2,000
For a festival illuminating the creativity, strength, and accomplishments of
East Bay lesbian and bisexual women
Song That Radio, San Jose – $3,000
For social events and anti-homophobia educational programs for the VietnameseAmerican community
2007 HIV/AIDS Community Grants
The HIV/AIDS Community Grants are made to organizations working to ensure
access to AIDS treatments, stop the spread of HIV, and offer critically needed
housing assistance and other services to people living with HIV/AIDS. In 2007,
this program supported 42 organizations with $770,000 in grants.
Since 1999, Horizons Foundation has collaborated on the HIV/AIDS
Community Grants with the San Francisco AIDS Foundation, whose fundraising
efforts through the AIDS Walk, San Francisco Marathon, and general
unrestricted contributions have supported the majority of the grants. In 2007,
Horizons was honored to partner with the National AIDS Fund/Elton John AIDS
Foundation as well, which provided significant additional funding.
360: Positive Care Center, San Francisco – $15,000
For healthcare targeted toward African-American men who have sex with men
AGUILAS, San Francisco – $15,000
For El Ambiente, an HIV prevention and risk reduction program, part of
AGUILAS’ mission to provide a supportive and culturally sensitive environment for
gay/bisexual Latinos
AIDS Community Research Consortium (ACRC), Redwood City – $20,000
For the Living Now series, part of ACRC’s culturally appropriate programs for
people with HIV/AIDS and hepatitis C
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AIDS Emergency Fund (AEF), San Francisco – $15,000
For direct and emergency financial assistance to people living with disabling
HIV/AIDS and hepatitis C
AIDS Legal Referral Panel (ALRP), San Francisco – $15,000
For free and low-cost legal assistance for people living with HIV/AIDS
AIDS Prevention Action Network, Redwood City – $7,500
For needle exchange and referral services in San Mateo and northern
Santa Clara Counties
AIDS Project East Bay (APEB), Oakland – $15,000
For prevention and care-related services for marginalized people with HIV/AIDS
Asian Americans for Community Involvement, San Jose – $15,000
For HIV/AIDS prevention and education programs for API immigrants,
particularly men who have sex with men
Asian & Pacific Islander Wellness Center, San Francisco – $16,000
For care and prevention services for API people living with or at risk for
HIV/AIDS
Bay Area Young (BAY) Positives, San Francisco – $15,000
For peer-based support and outreach services for youth living with HIV/AIDS
Black Coalition on AIDS, San Francisco – $10,000
For education, services, and advocacy to stop the spread of HIV/AIDS and
eliminate health disparities in the black community
Community Health Empowerment/Exchange Works, Richmond – $20,000
For HIV education and risk reduction activities for injection drug users in
Contra Costa County
Billy DeFrank LGBT Community Center, San Jose – $20,000
For HIV education, counseling, and referral programs, part of the multi-service
community center’s programming
East Bay Community Law Center (EBCLC), Berkeley – $12,000
For the HIV/AIDS Law Project, which offers legal services to people with HIV/AIDS,
as part of EBCLC’s work providing hands-on training to law students and legal
services to the low-income community
East Oakland Community Project, Oakland – $10,000
For emergency shelter, case management, referrals, and counseling for people
living with HIV
HIV Education and Prevention Project of Alameda County (HEPPAC),
Oakland – $10,000
For needle exchange and food programs for people with HIV and hepatitis B or C
Huckleberry Youth Program, San Francisco – $15,000
For HYPE (HIV/AIDS Youth Prevention and Education), a peer-led prevention
education workshop, as part of the organization’s programs for underserved youth
Immune Enhancement Project, San Francisco – $10,000
For the Community Acupuncture and Massage Program for low/no-income people
with HIV/AIDS, part of the clinic’s low-cost complementary healthcare services
Larkin Street Youth Services, San Francisco – $15,000
For comprehensive housing and supportive services for high-risk and HIV-positive
homeless youth
Lyon-Martin Health Services, San Francisco – $15,000
For healthcare and HIV risk assessment for low-income uninsured women
and transgender people, part of Lyon-Martin’s community healthcare services
for women
Marin AIDS Project (MAP), San Rafael – $10,000
For prevention, care, and case management services for people with HIV/AIDS in
Marin County
Meals of Marin, San Rafael – $15,000
For the preparation and home delivery of healthy meals for people with AIDS
RECEIVED FUNDING IN 2007 THROUGH THE HIV/AIDS COMMUNITY GRANTS.
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BLACK COALITION ON AIDS TAKES PART IN HORIZONS’ STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM AND
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Native American AIDS Project, San Francisco – $15,000
For programs to eliminate new HIV infections among Native people using
spiritual, mental, emotional, and physical approaches
New Leaf: Services For Our Community, San Francisco – $15,000
For expansion of HIV prevention and substance abuse services for LGBTQQ
youth, part of New Leaf’s counseling and other support services for LGBT people
Pacific Center for Human Growth, Berkeley – $12,500
For the Positive Directions HIV Program, part of the multi-service community
center’s programming
Pangaea Global AIDS Foundation, San Francisco – $35,000
For programs to broaden access to HIV/AIDS care for underserved populations
around the world
Pittsburg Preschool and Community Council, Pittsburg – $15,000
For a wide range of prevention and care programs for people with HIV, as part of
PPSCC’s work to help low- and no-income people remain self-sufficient
Positive Resource Center (PRC), San Francisco – $16,000
For employment services and benefits counseling for people living with or at risk
for HIV/AIDS
Project Inform, San Francisco – $15,000
For work providing information and advocacy for people living with HIV/AIDS
Project Open Hand, San Francisco – $10,000
For comprehensive nutrition services for people living with HIV/AIDS in
San Francisco and Alameda Counties
Quan Yin Healing Arts Center, San Francisco – $10,000
For acupuncture services for low-income/uninsured people living with HIV/AIDS,
part of the center’s traditional Chinese medicine clinic
St. James Infirmary, San Francisco – $15,000
For risk reduction, needle exchange, and safer sex training for at-risk sex workers
and their partners
San Francisco Gay Men’s Community Initiative, San Francisco – $15,000
For activities to build community and promote health among gay men
Shanti, San Francisco – $35,000
For the HIV/AIDS program, part of Shanti’s work supporting individuals living with
life-threatening illnesses
STOP AIDS Project, San Francisco – $15,000
For programs to prevent HIV transmission among gay, bisexual, and transgender men
Tenderloin Health, San Francisco – $15,000
For HIV/AIDS prevention, treatment, and other support services for homeless and
other marginalized people
Tri-City Health Center, Fremont – $15,000
For HIV prevention, testing, care, and harm reduction services, part of Tri-City’s
health services to underserved and low/no-income populations in central, east, and
south Alameda County
UCSF AIDS Health Project, San Francisco – $150,000
For counseling to support people living with HIV and education to stop the spread
of HIV
Vital Life Services, Oakland – $14,600
For comprehensive services for people living with HIV/AIDS and other
critical illnesses
Bill Wilson Center, Santa Clara – $15,000
For the 2nd Street Drop-In Center, which offers HIV prevention workshops to
homeless and runaway youth, as part of the center’s work serving youth and families
through counseling, housing, education, and advocacy
Women Organized to Respond to Life Threatening Diseases (WORLD),
Oakland – $15,000
For education, advocacy, outreach, and support programs for HIV-positive women
Women’s Community Clinic, San Francisco – $11,400
For outreach, prevention, and support programs for women living and working on the
streets, part of WCC’s free healthcare for women
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2007 LGBT WISE Grants
2007 Other Grants
The LGBT WISE: Working to Improve Services to Elders grants continued for a
second year through Horizons’ partnership with The California Wellness
Foundation. This landmark program increases the capacity of LGBT organizations in the Bay Area to provide services to LGBT elders, a population that is
critically underserved—and growing. Programs eligible for funding include
food and nutrition services, access to health care, and in-home support for
elders. In addition to receiving funding, the LGBT WISE grantees also meet
regularly to foster peer learning and create practical connections among different regions in the Bay Area. The 2007 LGBT WISE grants totaled $150,000.
AGUILAS/2007 Latino Pride, San Francisco – $500
And Castro For All, San Francisco – $250
Golden Gate Performing Arts/San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus, San Francisco – $250
Golden Gate Performing Arts/“Why We Sing” documentary, San Francisco – $40,000
National Center for Lesbian Rights (NCLR), San Francisco – $150
Positive Resource Center, San Francisco – $7,500
Project Inform, San Francisco – $10,000
Project Open Hand, San Francisco – $150
Queer Cultural Center/Trans March, San Francisco – $500
Rainbow Community Center of Contra Costa, Concord – $250
Reflective Images/“Word is Out” DVD project, San Francisco – $3,500
San Francisco AIDS Foundation, San Francisco – $7,500
Transgender Law Center, San Francisco – $100
Funded by a grant from The California Wellness Foundation
Billy DeFrank LGBT Community Center, San Jose – $40,000
Lavender Seniors of the East Bay, San Leandro – $35,000
New Leaf: Services For Our Community, San Francisco – $40,000
Spectrum Center for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Concerns,
San Anselmo – $35,000
2007 Contra Costa Safer
Schools Coalition Grants
For several years, Horizons has worked in partnership with The California
Endowment to fund a coalition of eight organizations to create safe and
supportive school environments for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer,
and questioning (LGBTQQ) youth in Contra Costa County; 2007 marked the
final year in this multi-year partnership.
Over the course of CCSSC’s work, nearly 46,000 youth and more than 2,700
adults participated in programs aimed at increasing awareness of LGBTQQ
issues in schools among students and staff, creating inclusive school
curricula, providing direct services to LGBTQQ youth, developing youth
leadership, and empowering community coalitions. Horizons Foundation
salutes all of the CCSSC organizations for their remarkable success.
Ally Action, Concord – $25,000
2007 Grant Review Panels
Horizons Foundation is grateful to our grant review panelists, who generously
volunteered their time and expertise for our 2007 Community Issues and
HIV/AIDS Community Grants. They are entrusted with the responsibility of
recommending organizations and projects for funding, and their thoughtfulness
and sense of purpose benefit the entire LGBT community. They are an integral
part of Horizons’ longstanding tradition of community participation in the
grantmaking process.
Robert Abernathy
Mario Balcita
Lucky Choi
Hannah Doress
Gregory Edwards
Tara Flanagan
Rodrigo Garcia
Kenny Gong
Jaron Kanegson
Edward Kaufman
Dorothy Klefner
Brenda Laribee
Madeleine Lim
Gavin Morrow-Hall
John Newsome
Alvan Quamina
Robert Rickett
Gayle Roberts
Allison Sparks
Laura Thomas
Clark Williams
Les Wright
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ANNUAL REPORT 2007
Donor-Advised Funds and Other Named Funds
Horizons Foundation’s donor-advised fund program helps individuals and
organizations reach their philanthropic goals while providing vital support
for community nonprofits. Horizons is currently home to more than 70
donor-advised and other named funds.
In 2007, our donor-advised fund program passed an exciting threshold.
Thanks to the generosity of our donor advisors, Horizons was able to award
$1,441,165 in grants through donor-advised funds. By supporting LGBT
donors in their giving—whether through personalized recommendations or
flexible giving vehicles—Horizons strengthens the impact and visibility of all
LGBT philanthropy. Our field of interest and scholarship funds provided
another $169,077 in grants in 2007, including $76,000 through our new Civil
Marriage Collaborative Donor Circle. This fund has given Horizons Foundation
a seat at the table with some of the leading organizations in progressive
philanthropy, making strategic grants to win marriage equality for all couples.
In total, donor-advised and other named funds at Horizons distributed
$1,610,242 in 2007—an extraordinary mark of our community’s
commitment to giving and to giving openly as LGBT people. Horizons is
proud to be part of this work.
For more information about establishing a fund at Horizons, please contact
Julie Dorf, Director of Philanthropic Services, at 415.398.2333 x103.
DONOR-ADVISED FUNDS
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Ahimsa Fund
Paul F. Albert Fund
Barabino Huebner Charitable Fund
Alvin H. Baum, Jr. Fund
Richard Birnie and Phillip Wald Fund
David P. Black Fund
Buena Vista Fund
William F. Clark and Jeffrey C. Stanfield Fund
Robert Clegg Diversity Awareness Philanthropic Fund
Jay Cohen Philanthropic Fund
Rob Evans Fund for Progressive Values
Farouk and ShuSheng Family Fund
Foundation to Benefit Queer People
Gay Adam Berman Fund
Gay and Lesbian Fund of the Redwood Empire
Gay Chemists Support Fund
Gay Empowerment Neumann-Richardson Fund
Gay Moral Values Fund
Geoff and James’ Big Gay Adventure Fund
Gillach-Zertuche Fund
girls just want to have funD
The Henrietta and Hiram Gover Memorial Fund
Robert-Jay Green and Holden Lee Fund
The Howard Grothe and Robert James Philanthropic Fund
Hafner-Glenn Donor Advised Fund
Harwood Hall Fund
Hills-Nicholson Fund
Robert Holgate Philanthropic Fund
Tony Humber Memorial Fund
Dan Joraanstad Faith in the Future Fund
Neil Lang and Joe Pessa Philanthropic Fund
Joq Lambda Lasner Fund
Lewy Gay Values Fund
Live Oak Fund
Susan Lowenberg and Joyce Newstat Fund
John E. Marcom Jr. Gay Values Fund
Juan Marquez Memorial Fund
Terry Micheau Philanthropic Fund
Needy Divas Fund
O’Hanlan-Walker LGBT Equality Fund
Peaceful Independent Leadership Legacy
Glenn Perry and Eric Knudtson Community Fund
Queer Leadership Fund
Rocket Fund for Equality
JAY COHEN RUNS THE GAMUT AS AN EXTRAORDINARY SUPPORTER OF HORIZONS, FROM HIS ACTIVE DONOR-ADVISED
FUND TO HIS MEMBERSHIP IN THE LEADERSHIP, LEGACY, AND LOYALTY CIRCLES.
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The RosenDarling Fund
Sass Social Justice Fund
Lowell Selvin and Gib Winebar Family Fund
George, Ruth, Ladd, Charles and Nora Spiegel Gay Fund
John W. Stewart III Gay and Lesbian Equality Fund
Sam Thal, MD Charitable Fund
Paul V. Turner Charitable Fund
Jeffrey Wiggins Fund
Sondra Zambino Lesbian Give Back Fund
SCHOLARSHIP FUNDS
Gay Asian Pacific Alliance’s George Choy Memorial Scholarship Fund
Markowski-Leach Scholarship Fund
Juan Marquez Scholarship
Pride Law’s Thomas H. Steel Fellowship Fund
Joseph Towner Fund for Gay and Lesbian Families
2007 ORGANIZATIONAL PHILANTHROPY FUND GRANTS
THE LGBT COMMUNITY ENDOWMENT FUND
Horizons is proud to support organizations’ efforts to increase giving in the
LGBT community.
The LGBT Community Endowment Fund at Horizons Foundation provides
permanent resources to defend our rights, enrich our lives, and meet the
community’s needs—forever. In addition to the general endowment, it includes
the following named endowment funds, each of which declares a commitment
to the long-term strength and well-being of the LGBT community:
AIDS Emergency Fund, San Francisco, CA – $14,327
Selected by San Francisco FrontRunners’ members as the beneficiary of their
2007 Pride Run
The Dino Bevilaqua Fund
The Fairy Godfathers for LGBT Disability Issues Fund
The Prescott W. Hafner/William D. Glenn Endowed Fund
Harrison-Ring Endowment
Hockenberry/Stansell Endowment for the Arts
Joie B. Hubbert and Mary C. Greer Fund
Douglas McMaster Jackson Endowment Fund
Arthur S. Lazere Endowed Fund
Lawrence R. Lucas Endowment
Nicholas Papadopoulos Endowment
Constance and Mitchell Sanders Fund
David F. Shupp, MD Fund
ORGANIZATIONAL PHILANTHROPY FUNDS
BACW’s A Fund of Our Own
Men’s Associated Exchange’s MAX Fund
San Francisco FrontRunners’ Philanthropic Fund
FIELD OF INTEREST FUNDS
Civil Marriage Collaborative Donor Circle
Fund for Advocacy and Political Initiatives
2007 CIVIL MARRIAGE COLLABORATIVE
DONOR CIRCLE GRANTS
This fund, which is supported by donors interested in marriage equality, makes
it possible for Horizons to take part in the Civil Marriage Collaborative.
This national group of funders makes strategic grants to help achieve civil
marriage equality for same-sex couples throughout the U.S.
Proteus Fund/Civil Marriage Collaborative, Amherst, MA – $76,000
For educational efforts in support of marriage equality in the U.S.
2007 FUND FOR ADVOCACY AND POLITICAL
INITIATIVES GRANTS
This fund supports advocacy efforts to secure the rights and freedoms of
LGBT people.
Equality California, San Francisco, CA – $42,000
For lobbying for government funding to support LGBT health and human services
and for creating communications about legislation
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2006 SCHOLARSHIP FUND GRANTS
Horizons is proud to house scholarship funds, each of which focuses
on specific aspects of our community’s educational needs and has an
independent selection process.
GAPA George Choy Memorial Scholarship:
Ricky Aquino, San Pablo, CA – $1,000
Markowski-Leach Scholarships:
San Francisco State University, San Francisco, CA
Mateo Cruz: $1,250
Nathan Hale: $1,250
David Field: $1,250
Arianna Trujillo-Robnett: $1,250
Stanford University, Stanford, CA
Royce Connor: $1,250
Stephen Funk: $1,250
Sara Heaps: $1,250
Jason Moss: $1,250
University of California Berkeley, Berkeley, CA
William Beyer: $1,250
Doris Perez: $1,250
Patrick Borch: $1,250
Sarah Roberts: $1,250
Jeffrey Manassero: $1,250
Bharat Venkat: $1,250
Sharon Papo: $1,250
Juan Marquez Scholarship:
Evelyn Herrera, Indiana University, South Bend, IN – $1,000 *
Pride Law’s Thomas H. Steel Fellowship:
Lisa Cisneros, California Rural Legal Assistance, Salinas, CA – $15,000
Joseph Towner/Lee Dubin Memorial Scholarships:
Children of Lesbians and Gays Everywhere (COLAGE), San Francisco, CA – $2,000
Sara Berger, Marina Gatto, Marisa Martinez, Elizabeth Wall
* NOTE: Because this scholarship is awarded through a donor-advised fund, it is
reflected in the DAF grant totals.
2007 DONOR-ADVISED FUND GRANTS
In some cases, dollar amounts represent aggregate gifts from multiple gifts
or multiple donor advisors.
360: Positive Care Center at UCSF, San Francisco, CA – $250
Abortion Access Project, Cambridge, MA – $500
Academy of Friends, San Francisco, CA – $2,500
Access Institute for Psychological Services, San Francisco, CA – $250
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Acorn Soupe, Napa, CA – $1,000
Acumen Fund, New York, NY – $15,700
Agape, San Francisco, CA – $500
AIDS Emergency Fund, San Francisco, CA – $1,000
AIDS/LifeCycle – Los Angeles Gay and Lesbian Center, Los Angeles, CA – $500
AIDS/LifeCycle – San Francisco AIDS Foundation, San Francisco, CA – $750
AIDS, Medicine, and Miracles, San Francisco, CA – $500
AIDS Research Institute at UCSF, San Francisco, CA – $20,000
Algebra Project, Cambridge, MA – $500
All Join Hands Foundation, Phoenix, AZ – $500
All Stars Project, San Francisco, CA – $500
Ally Action, Concord, CA – $2,000
Alzheimer’s Services of the East Bay, Berkeley, CA – $250
American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU)/Frontline Project, San Francisco, CA – $2,500
American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU)/LGBT Project, New York, NY – $11,000
American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Northern California, San Francisco, CA – $750
American Conservatory Theater, San Francisco, CA – $1,000
American Friends Service Committee, Philadelphia, PA – $1,250
American Red Cross, Washington, DC – $500
Americans United for Separation of Church and State, Washington, DC – $1,000
Asian & Pacific Islander Wellness Center, San Francisco, CA – $1,000
Asian Pacific Environmental Network, Oakland, CA – $250
Asian Pacific Islander Legal Outreach, San Francisco, CA – $2,000
Astraea Lesbian Foundation for Justice, New York, NY – $41,000
Ella Baker Center for Human Rights, Oakland, CA – $500
Bay Area Bisexual Network, San Francisco, CA – $250
Bay Area Women’s and Children’s Center, San Francisco, CA – $2,000
Berkeley Repertory Theatre, Berkeley, CA – $5,000
Birmingham Southern College, Birmingham, AL – $1,000
Breast Cancer Action, San Francisco, CA – $2,500
Broadway Housing Communities, New York, NY – $500
Buchanan YMCA, San Francisco, CA – $5,000
Buddhist Peace Fellowship, Berkeley, CA – $1,000
Cabrillo Education Foundation, Half Moon Bay, CA – $600
California Arts Education Association, Bakersfield, CA – $1,000
California Coalition for Women Prisoners/LSPC, San Francisco, CA – $500
Californians for Justice, Oakland, CA – $250
Camp Winnarainbow, Berkeley, CA – $1,000
Center for Constitutional Rights, New York, NY – $500
Center for Independent Documentary, Sharon, MA – $1,000
Center for Justice and Accountability, San Francisco, CA – $250
Center for Lesbian and Gay Studies, New York, NY – $500
Center for Lesbian and Gay Studies in Religion and Ministry, Berkeley, CA – $5,000
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Center for the Study of Sexual Minorities in the Military/Michael Palm Center,
Santa Barbara, CA – $500
Center for Young Women’s Development, San Francisco, CA – $5,375
Central American Women’s Fund, Watsonville, CA – $500
Central City Hospitality House, San Francisco, CA – $500
Charis Circle, Atlanta, GA – $250
Chicana/Latina Foundation, Burlingame, CA – $2,000
Children of Lesbians and Gays Everywhere (COLAGE), San Francisco, CA – $1,000
Choice USA, Washington, DC – $500
Church of the Incarnation, Santa Rosa, CA – $250
Coastside Hope, El Granada, CA – $250
Coastside Jewish Community, El Granada, CA – $4,780
CodePink, Venice, CA – $2,000
Colonias Development Council, Las Cruces, NM – $2,500
Colorlines, Oakland, CA – $500
Common Cause Education Fund, Washington, DC – $10,000
Common Hope for Health, Jamaica Plain, MA – $500
Community Partners, Los Angeles, CA – $250
Community United Against Violence (CUAV), San Francisco, CA – $750
Congregation Kol Ami, West Hollywood, CA – $1,400
Congregation Sha’ar Zahav, San Francisco, CA – $500
Creative Growth Art Center, Oakland, CA – $55,000
Creativity Explored, San Francisco, CA – $2,000
Critical Resistance, Oakland, CA – $1,000
Democracy Now!, New York, NY – $500
DePaul University, Greencastle, IN – $1,500
Destiny Arts Center, Oakland, CA – $2,500
Diversity Center of Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz, CA – $500
East LA Community Corporation, Los Angeles, CA – $250
Efforts of Grace, New Orleans, LA – $1,000
El Porvenir, North Freedom, WI – $4,250
Equality California Institute, San Francisco, CA – $132,250
Equal Justice Society, San Francisco, CA – $2,500
Equal Rights Advocates, San Francisco, CA – $500
Esalen Institute, Big Sur, CA – $1,590
Esperanza Peace and Justice Center, San Antonio, TX – $250
Families and Friends of Louisiana’s Incarcerated Children, New Orleans, LA – $250
Family Pride Coalition, Washington, DC – $1,200
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Family Violence Prevention Fund, San Francisco, CA – $2,000
Film Arts Foundation, San Francisco, CA – $3,500
First Graduate, San Francisco, CA – $1,700
Food Allergy and Anaphylaxis Network, Fairfax, VA – $250
Food for Thought, Forestville, CA – $500
Food Pantry, San Francisco, CA – $1,000
Frameline, San Francisco, CA – $3,589
Friends of the River, Sacramento, CA – $500
Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD), Los Angeles, CA – $99,500
Gay and Lesbian Medical Association, San Francisco, CA – $11,000
Gay-Straight Alliance Network, San Francisco, CA – $3,000
Generation FIVE, Oakland, CA – $2,000
GLBT Historical Society, San Francisco, CA – $1,750
Glide Foundation, San Francisco, CA – $500
Global Campaign for Microbicides, Washington, DC – $10,000
Global Exchange, San Francisco, CA – $2,000
Global Fund for Women, San Francisco, CA – $60,500
Golden Gate Performing Arts/San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus, San Francisco, CA – $50,000
Golden Gate Senior Services, San Francisco, CA – $500
Grace Cathedral, San Francisco, CA – $250
Groundspark, San Francisco, CA – $2,000
Habitat for Humanity Partners Council, Americus, GA – $250
Hartley Film Foundation, Westport, CT – $1,500
Harvard Business School, Boston, MA – $750
Harvard College Fund, Cambridge, MA – $3,750
Healthcare Foundation of Northern Sonoma County, Healdsburg, CA – $10,000
Marty Hennessy Junior Tennis Foundation, Las Vegas, NV – $6,000
Hetrick-Martin Institute, New York, NY – $500
Highlander Center, New Market, TN – $500
Homies Organizing the Mission to Empower Youth (HOMEY), San Francisco, CA – $2,000
Human Rights Action Center, Washington, DC – $1,000
Hunters Point Family/Girls 2000, San Francisco, CA – $60,000
Ella Hill Hutch Community Center, San Francisco, CA – $5,000
Illinois Center for Violence Prevention, Chicago, IL – $250
Immigration Equality, New York, NY – $1,500
Indiana University, South Bend, IN – $1,000
Insight Prison Project, Woodacre, CA – $1,500
International Development Exchange, San Francisco, CA – $2,000
LYON-MARTIN HEALTH SERVICES—A 2007 COMMUNITY ISSUES, HIV/AIDS, AND DONOR-ADVISED FUND GRANTEE—
SERVES AS A PRIMARY SOURCE OF HEALTHCARE FOR WOMEN AND TRANSGENDER PEOPLE.
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International Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission (IGLHRC),
New York, NY – $4,000
International Museum of Women, San Francisco, CA – $250
International Rescue Committee, Washington, DC – $250
International Rivers Network, Berkeley, CA – $500
Intersex Society of North America, Rohnert Park, CA – $250
iPride, Berkeley, CA – $1,000
Jerusalem Fund, Washington, DC – $1,000
Jewish Community Federation, San Francisco, CA – $600
Jewish Milestones, Berkeley, CA – $500
Jewish Voice for Peace, Oakland, CA – $500
Justice Now, Oakland, CA – $6,000
KPFA Radio, San Francisco, CA – $250
KQED, San Francisco, CA – $1,050
Laguna Honda Volunteers, San Francisco, CA – $5,000
Lake Street Church, Evanston, IL – $250
Lambda Legal Defense and Education Fund, New York, NY – $13,750
La Peña Cultural Center, Berkeley, CA – $500
Larkin Street Youth Services, San Francisco, CA – $3,000
Lavender Seniors of the East Bay, San Leandro, CA – $5,000
Lavender Youth Recreation and Information Center (LYRIC),
San Francisco, CA – $11,000
League of Young Voters Education Fund, Brooklyn, NY – $23,000
Legal Services for Prisons with Children, San Francisco, CA – $2,000
Lesbian Health and Research Center at UCSF, San Francisco, CA – $5,000
Lifetime, San Leandro, CA – $1,500
Literacy for Environmental Justice, San Francisco, CA – $70,000
Loco Bloco, San Francisco, CA – $5,000
Audre Lorde Project, Brooklyn, NY – $1,500
Lyon-Martin Health Services, San Francisco, CA – $1,250
MADRE, New York, NY – $2,000
Maitri, San Francisco, CA – $5,000
Marin Agricultural Land Trust, Point Reyes Station, CA – $25,000
Marin Country Day, Corte Madera, CA – $7,500
Marine Mammal Center, Sausalito, CA – $250
Maryknoll Sisters, Maryknoll, NY – $250
Charlotte Maxwell Complementary Clinic, Oakland, CA – $1,000
Memphis University School, Memphis, TN – $3,000
Mental Health America of Hawai’i, Honolulu, HI – $500
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Merton Institute for Contemplative Living, Louisville, KY – $250
Middle East Children’s Alliance, Berkeley, CA – $500
Minnesota Brass, St. Paul, MN – $500
Moving Images, New York, NY – $2,500
Ms. Magazine/Feminist Majority Foundation, Arlington, VA – $500
Mujeres Unidas y Activas, San Francisco, CA – $1,500
National Advocates for Pregnant Women, New York, NY – $1,000
National AIDS Memorial Grove, San Francisco, CA – $5,000
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), Baltimore, MD – $250
National Black Justice Coalition, Washington, DC – $500
National Center for Lesbian Rights (NCLR), San Francisco, CA – $44,750
National Clearinghouse for the Defense of Battered Women, Philadelphia, PA – $250
National Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty, Washington, DC – $1,500
National Gay and Lesbian Task Force Foundation, Washington, DC – $2,200
National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health, New York, NY – $500
National Network of Abortion Funds, Boston, MA – $500
National Network of Grantmakers, Minneapolis, MN – $500
National Organization of Gay and Lesbian Scientists and Technical Professionals (NOGLSTP),
Pasadena, CA – $5,000
National Radio Project, Oakland, CA – $1,800
National Youth Advocacy Coalition, Washington, DC – $500
Native American Heritage Association, Rapid City, SD – $1,000
Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC), San Francisco, CA – $1,000
New Israel Fund, Washington, DC – $2,000
New Leaf: Services For Our Community, San Francisco, CA – $22,000
New York Foundation for the Arts, New York, NY – $2,500
Okizu Foundation, Novato, CA – $500
Omega Boys Club, San Francisco, CA – $2,000
openhouse, San Francisco, CA – $15,650
Our Bodies Ourselves, Boston, MA – $250
Our Family Coalition, San Francisco, CA – $250
Pacific Center for Human Growth, Berkeley, CA – $22,000
Parents and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG) National Office, Washington, DC – $1,000
Peace Tax Foundation, Washington, DC – $500
Peninsula Peace and Justice Center, Palo Alto, CA – $250
Pescadero Education Foundation, Pescadero, CA – $2,450
Pets Are Wonderful Support (PAWS), San Francisco, CA – $2,500
Philanthrofund Foundation, Minneapolis, MN – $500
Planned Parenthood Golden Gate, San Francisco, CA – $500
OLLIE GRAVES FIRST GOT TO KNOW HORIZONS WHEN ANOTHER DONOR INVITED HIM TO OUR GALA,
AND HE HAS SINCE BECOME A MAJOR SUPPORTER OF OUR WORK.
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Point Foundation, Chicago, IL – $4,000
Political Research Associates, Somerville, MA – $3,500
Janet Pomeroy Center, San Francisco, CA – $2,000
Positive Resource Center, San Francisco, CA – $750
Princeton University, Princeton, NJ – $1,500
The Progressive, Madison, WI – $500
Puente de la Costa Sur, Pescadero, CA – $5,500
Queers for Economic Justice, New York, NY – $250
Redwoods Monastery, Whitehorn, CA – $500
Reflective Images /“Word is Out” DVD project, San Francisco, CA – $2,000
River Network, Portland, OR – $500
RockRose Institute, San Francisco, CA – $1,000
Rosenberg Fund for Children, Easthampton, MA – $1,000
SAGE, San Francisco, CA – $1,000
St. Helena Family Resource Center, St. Helena, CA – $1,000
San Francisco AIDS Foundation, San Francisco, CA – $1,000
San Francisco Ballet, San Francisco, CA – $5,000
San Francisco Bay Area Physicians for Social Responsibility, Berkeley, CA – $250
San Francisco Foundation, San Francisco, CA – $20,000
San Francisco Friends School, San Francisco, CA – $1,450
San Francisco LGBT Community Center, San Francisco, CA – $9,250
San Francisco Opera/Merola Opera Program, San Francisco, CA – $500
San Francisco Planning and Urban Research Association (SPUR),
San Francisco, CA – $7,350
San Francisco State University Foundation, San Francisco, CA – $7,500
San Francisco State University Foundation/Family Acceptance Project,
San Francisco, CA – $2,500
San Francisco Women Against Rape, San Francisco, CA – $1,000
San Francisco Women’s Centers/The Women’s Building, San Francisco, CA – $7,000
San Jose Repertory Theatre, San Jose, CA – $250
Santa Rosa Symphony, Santa Rosa, CA – $1,000
School of Unity and Liberation, Oakland, CA – $3,000
Second Harvest Food Bank, San Mateo, CA – $250
Senior Coastsiders, Half Moon Bay, CA – $500
Servicemembers Legal Defense Network (SLDN), Washington, DC – $2,000
Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, San Francisco, CA – $261
Smuin Ballet, San Francisco, CA – $1,250
Sonoma Land Trust, Santa Rosa, CA – $550
Sonrisas Community Dental Center, Half Moon Bay, CA – $250
South Coast Children’s Services, Pescadero, CA – $250
Southern Poverty Law Center, Montgomery, AL – $250
Spectrum Center for LGBT Concerns, San Anselmo, CA – $500
Spirit Rock Meditation Center, Woodacre, CA – $2,500
Starlight Starbright Foundation, Los Angeles, CA – $1,000
STOP AIDS Project, San Francisco, CA – $2,000
Sunburst Projects, Rohnert Park, CA – $1,000
Sutter VNA and Hospice Foundation, Emeryville, CA – $500
Tenderloin Health, San Francisco, CA – $6,500
Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation, San Francisco, CA – $5,000
TheatreWorks, Palo Alto, CA – $2,500
Third Street Community Center, San Jose, CA – $500
Transgender Law Center, San Francisco, CA – $1,250
Trikone, San Francisco, CA – $250
Twenty-First Century Foundation, New York, NY – $65,500
Union of Concerned Scientists, Cambridge, MA – $250
United for a Fair Economy, Boston, MA – $500
Universal Share, San Francisco, CA – $500
University of California Berkeley Foundation, Berkeley, CA – $5,000
University of California Berkeley School of Journalism, Berkeley, CA – $1,000
Urgent Action Fund, Boulder, CO – $3,000
Victory Fund’s Gay and Lesbian Leadership Institute, Washington, DC – $250
Vineyard Playhouse, Vineyard Haven, MA – $1,000
We Care Animal Rescue, St. Helena, CA – $250
WITNESS, Brooklyn, NY – $500
Women for Women International, Washington, DC – $2,000
Women Make Movies, New York, NY – $5,000
Women of Color Resource Center, Oakland, CA – $5,000
Women’s Donor Network, Menlo Park, CA – $2,500
Women’s Forest Sanctuary, Ross, CA – $250
Women’s Foundation of California, San Francisco, CA – $2,870
Women’s Fund of Hawai’i, Honolulu, HI – $3,000
Women’s Initiative for Self Employment, Oakland, CA – $500
Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco, CA – $5,000
YES!/Art in Action, Oakland, CA – $500
YMCA Bayview-Hunter’s Point, San Francisco, CA – $125,000
Youth Together, Oakland, CA – $2,000
Youth Treatment and Education Center, San Francisco, CA – $500
In addition to the community grants listed above, we are very grateful for the $179,901
in grants recommended to Horizons Foundation by our donor advisors.
ADVISORY BOARD MEMBER ASH MCNEELY AND HER PARTNER ELISA ODABASHIAN (SHOWN WITH THEIR CHILDREN
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BAYLOR AND GAVIN) GIVE GENEROUSLY AS LEADERSHIP CIRCLE MEMBERS.
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Horizons’ foundation partners and corporate supporters help the LGBT community take strides forward. These partnerships focus more LGBT and
mainstream dollars on LGBT issues, particularly at smaller organizations unknown to larger funders. As a foundation, Horizons also advocates for the LGBT
community within the wider philanthropic world, working to increase understanding about the needs of the LGBT community and to encourage
direct support of LGBT organizations and causes from more funders.
institutional partners
institutional supporters
Horizons is grateful to the staff and trustees of the following foundations
and corporate charitable funds. Their generous funding in 2007 supported
our grantmaking and other programs.
Horizons thanks the following corporate, business, organizational, and
foundation donors that helped make our work possible in 2007.
Gala Sponsors
Charles M. Holmes
Supporting Foundation
Elton John AIDS
Foundation through the
Media Sponsors
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in-kind donors
Special thanks to Wells Fargo for their in-kind
support of our 2007 Philanthropy Series, as well
as all the presenters at the Philanthropy Series
and professional advisor events.
Anonymous
7x7 Magazine
Atlantis Events
Bae Elements for Home
Bally Total Fitness
Bay Meadows Race Course
Bi-RITE Market
Chronicle Books
William C. Claypool & Larry Fusch
ClearChannel Outdoor
Clos Du Val Wine
BR Cohn Winery
Comcast
Cove on Castro
Craft Distillers/Germain-Robin
Crunch Fitness
DBI Beverages
Dimitra’s Facial & Body Therapies
Energy 92.7 FM
Exploratorium
FIJI Water
Foreign Cinema
Ruth Fraser
Gap
Goals InSight
Golden Gate Performing Arts/
San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus
W. & J. Graham’s Port
Hafner Vineyard
Ed Hardy San Francisco
Anne Hightower & Brooke Battles
Hobee’s California Restaurants
Marilyn Jaeger Skincare
Kabuki Springs & Spa
Kenwood Vineyards
Deb L. Kinney, DLK Law Group PC
Korbel Champagne Cellars
Lalime’s
Le Creuset
Jeff Lewy & Ed Eishen
Light on Your Feet
Suzanne London
Manresa Restaurant
Matanzas Creek Winery
Cheryl Mazak
McCormick & Kuleto’s
Melons Catering
Merrill Lynch
Mezze Restaurant & Bar
Sarah Moore
Srinika Narayan
New Conservatory Theatre Center
Pet Poses Photography
PlanetOut
Postrio
Punch Line Comedy Club
Quady Winery
Qupe Wine Cellars
Dale Rettinger
Rubicon
Russian River Resort
Saddleback Cellars
The San Francisco Bay Club
San Francisco Symphony
Sea Salt Restaurant
See’s Candies
Michael Shapiro Photographs
Gary Snow
Southwest Airlines
Wendy Storch & Barbara Berkeley
Sumi
Tangerine
Lindasusan Ulrich & Emily Drennen
Van Camp Dentistry
Stephen Vincent Winery
Andrew Weeks Photography
Zuni Café
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individual donors
We are proud to honor the
Legacy Gifts
Legacy Circle
hundreds of people who
demonstrate their
commitment to the LGBT
community through generous
gifts to Horizons Foundation.
Whether writing checks,
donating stock, making
a grant through a donoradvised fund, or including
us in an estate, these
dedicated donors are
helping lift our community
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to the next level.
Horizons honors the memory of
those who generously included
Horizons Foundation in their
estate plans or otherwise
inspired gifts to Horizons as
part of their legacies. Over the
last 28 years, Horizons has
received bequests and other
legacy gifts from the following
people:
Gwen Araujo
Robert Barnes
Robert J. Barnett
William S. Bason
David Bell
Dino Bevilaqua
George R. Burgess
Jeffrey Cohen
Richard M. Cohen
Kim Cortright
A. Lindley Cotton
George Choy
Dr. Gary James Dill
David Smith Fox
Leslie Howard Gundel
John E. Hambly
Garretson H. Hammond
Bruce C. Harris
Beverly Hershey
Clint Hockenberry
Charles M. Holmes
Eugene H. Howard
Joie Hubbert
Benjamin W. Irvin
Douglas McMaster Jackson
Jay A. King
Arthur S. Lazere
Craig Lindhurst
Lawrence R. Lucas
Tom Markowski & Jim Leach
Juan Marquez
Peter Olsen
Nicholas Papadopoulos
John Peterman
Constance & Mitchell Sanders
David F. Shupp, MD
Thomas Steel
Thomas W. Stratton
Joseph Towner
Horizons’ Legacy Circle honors
individuals and couples who
have included the foundation
in their financial planning by
making a bequest in a will,
creating a trust, or designating
Horizons as the beneficiary of
an insurance policy, retirement
plan, security, or other asset.
These legacy gifts allow donors
to further their philanthropic
goals—often substantially—
while creating essential new
sources of support for our
community. Through Horizons’
LGBT Community Endowment
Fund, legacy gifts help ensure
that future generations will
have unprecedented financial
resources to address
community needs that we
cannot predict today.
Anonymous (35)
Paul F. Albert
Kathleen Archembeau
Salvatore J. Baglieri &
Peter J. Cirincione
Hiram Banks & Roberto Lee
Dan Bartley
Alvin Baum
Alma Soongi Beck, JD,
LLM Taxation
Adam M. Berman
David P. Black
Morton B. Blatt & Peter G. Holmstrom
John C. Boling
Cheri L. Bryant
Miguel Martinez Bustos
Janis Callon
Bill Clark & Jeffrey Stanfield
Jay J. Cohen
Laurence Colton
Bruce Cronander
Carole S. Cullum
William B. Davisson
Sue Dibble & Jeanne DeJoseph
William P. Dill
Julie R. Dorf & Jenni Olson
Roger Doughty
Jo Ann Driscoll
Rob Evans & Terry Micheau
John Falke
Tom Fleming, Jr.
Richard J. Foglia
Charles Q. Forester & John E. Cadle
Bob Fuller
Margarita Gandia
Linda Gebroe & Rebecca Silverstein
Robert Glavin
David Gleba
Richard Gooch
F. Jill Gover, PhD
Roger S. Gross
FOR 13 YEARS, LOYALTY CIRCLE MEMBER LAWRENCE KLEIN HAS DEMONSTRATED HIS COMMITMENT TO THE LGBT COMMUNITY
AS A DONOR TO HORIZONS—AND HE RENEWS THAT COMMITMENT EVERY MONTH AS ONE OF OUR SUSTAINING PARTNERS.
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Howard L. Grothe, Jr.
Prescott W. Hafner &
William D. Glenn
Richard D. Hansen
Meri Hayos & Kathy Moore
Mitzi Henderson
Frederick C. Hertz
Nicholas Hodges
Robert Holgate
Kevin James
James M. Kaplan
E. William Kean
Thaddeus A. Kellam
Debra Kent
Deb L. Kinney
David L. Kirp
Lawrence Kolka &
Ian J. MacWilliams
Chris Kollaja & Tom Dooher
Michael Kossman
David J. Kundtz &
Robert W. Stenberg
Neil Lang
Joq S. Lasner
Steve Lew
Jeff Lewy & Ed Eishen
Susan E. Lowenberg &
Joyce Newstat
Glen Lubbert
JoVanna Luque
John Marcom
Charles Marsteller
Richard H. McKenzie
Rick Mordesovich
Sandra S. Morris
Dan Neumann &
David Richardson
Julie Nicholson & Connie Hills
Ken Noyes & Alan Pardini
Donald L. Oestreicher
Glenn Perry & Eric Knudtson
Dale Rettinger
Tom Rielly
Chuck Roppel
Joseph A. Rosenthal
Vincent A. Sales, MPA
Robert W. Sass
Beverly A. Scott
Stephen M. Seewer
Lowell Selvin & Gib Winebar
Randall A. Shields
Lia Shigemura & Helen Zia
Daniel Siedler
Len Silva
Fred Silverman
William Snider
Scott Spande
John A. Stansell &
Bruce D. Williams
Sam Thal, MD
Lindasusan Ulrich
Peg Van Camp
Edward Vanegri
Greg Walker
Robert F. West
Celeste West
Don Williams & David Jones
James G. Williamson &
Geoffrey Kors
Ronald K. Wolberg
Cedric Yap
Paul Ybarbo
Bonnie & Hilary Yoffe-Sharp
Stan Yogi
Betsy York
2007 Leadership
Circle
Members of the Leadership
Circle donated $1,000 or more
to Horizons in 2007. Gifts at
this level have a powerful
impact on the foundation’s work
both today and in the future.
Horizons is deeply grateful to
all Leadership Circle members.
VISIONARY
($25,000 OR MORE)
Margarita Gandia &
Vivian Stephenson
David Gleba & George Beatty, MD
Prescott W. Hafner &
William D. Glenn
Deb L. Kinney, DLK Law Group PC
Chris Kollaja & Tom Dooher
Donald L. Oestreicher
Gale Richards & Ruth Dawson
Gary Roof & Douglas Light
Joseph A. Rosenthal
Ronna Stamm & Paul Lehman
Wendy Storch & Barbara Berkeley
Mark Utterback
Peg Van Camp & Carol Patterson
Léonie Walker &
Kate O’Hanlan, MD
James G. Williamson &
Geoffrey Kors
Jewelle Gomez & Diane Sabin
Howard L. Grothe, Jr. & Robert James
Dan Joraanstad & Bob Hermann
David L. Kirp
John Marcom
Donald C. Myers & Jose L. Iglesias
Dan Neumann & David Richardson
Jeff C. Nguyen & Darren Post
Elizabeth Pearce & Joan Glassheim
Mark Reisbaum
Dale Rettinger
Vincent A. Sales, MPA
Beverly A. Scott & Mary Ann Courtney
Gordon R. Seligson & David S. White
William S. Shelley
Lia Shigemura & Helen Zia
Simpson-Asprodites Family
John W. Stewart III &
Ramon A. Torres
SUSTAINER
SUPPORTER
($2,500–$4,999)
($1,000–$2,499)
Anonymous
Paul F. Albert
Miles S. Amen &
Christopher A. Magan
Adam M. Berman
Jack E. Bird & John L. Darby
Morton B. Blatt &
Peter G. Holmstrom
Doug Braley & Jim Otwell
Cynthia Brooks &
Judith Thompson
Thomas R. Burke & Axel Brunger
Jessica Anne Clarke, MD, PhD
Jay J. Cohen
William B. Davisson
Robert D. Dockendorff
Anne Sterling Dorman
Roger Doughty
Rob Evans & Terry Micheau
Farouk & ShuSheng Family Fund
of Horizons Foundation
Kurt Feichtmeir
Bob Fuller & Manny Parian
Anonymous (2)
Thomas E. Ainsworth
American Friends Service Committee
Kenneth C. Archibald, MD
Bill Baird & John Kennedy
Dan Bartley
Roy Bateman
Angela Faye Berry &
Cynthia Strickland
Nanette Bisher & Amy Bernstein
Catherine Brannigan
Steve Bromer & Steve Lew
Cheri L. Bryant
Robert J. Carr
James L. Clarke
Robert Darling, Esq. & Robert Rosen
Rattan Dodeja
Rebecca A. Dowdakin &
Flora McMartin
Ilana Drummond & Sharon Dulberg
James Duggins
Milton Estes, MD
Alan Feiler
Anonymous
Stuart Harrison & David Ring
ADVOCATE
($10,000–$24,999)
Anonymous
Ignatius Bau & John Bare
Mitzi Henderson
Joq S. Lasner
Jeff Lewy & Ed Eishen
Glenn Perry & Eric Knudtson
William Snider & Brian Cameron
BUILDER
($5,000–$9,999)
Alvin Baum
David P. Black
Robert Blair
Bill Clark & Jeffrey Stanfield
Robert W. Clegg
Jody Cole & Katherine Cole
Laurence Colton & John McCoy
David Cover
ANNUAL REPORT 2007
Tom Fleming, Jr.
Jeffrey Fraenkel & Alan Mark
Kevin P. Galvin & David Workman
Joe Gillach
Robert Glavin
Robert-Jay Green & Holden Lee
Kenneth P. Hansen
Richard D. Hansen
Daniel J. Healy
Frederick Hertz &
Randolph Langenbach
S. Dale Hess
Ira S. Hirschfield & Tom R. Hansen
David E. Hopmann &
James W. Taul, Jr.
James C. Hormel
Eric Hsu & Jim Chambers
Arnie Jackson
M. Jean Johnston
Giselle A. Jurkanin &
Kristin A. Cooper
Michael Katz & Lawton Allenby
Lawrence Kolka &
Ian J. MacWilliams
Michael Kossman
Neil Lang & Joe Pessa
Thomas A. Larsen
Kerryann Lobel
Lester A. Marks
Jan Marks
Marshall Kirk McKusick &
Eric P. Allman
Ash McNeely & Elisa Odabashian
Brandon J. Miller, CFP, CLU
Weston F. Milliken
Thao H. Ngo
Joe Norton & Trip Weil
Steve Polsky & Mark Oliver
Kristen Putnam-Walkerly
Emily Rosenberg &
Darlene de Manicor
Robert S. Russell & Gary W. Ost
Robert W. Sass
Graham Schneider
Peter Scott
Randall A. Shields
Fred Silverman & Gerard Buulong
John H. Simonds, Jr. &
Dan Swilley
Mark Small
Megan Smith & Kara Swisher
Tim Stevenson & Linc King
Karen Strauss & Ruth Borenstein
Timothy J. Sweeney
Barry R. Taylor, CFP & John Inson
Sam & Julia Thoron
Diane Tom & Karen Hart
Paul V. Turner
George D. Tuttle &
F. Bennett Cushman II
Edward S. Utsumi
Edward Vanegri
Phillip Wald
Stanley Watson
Robert F. West
Ronald Wolberg
Paul Ybarbo
Stan Yogi & David Carroll
Jan Zivic & Lisa Schoonerman
Loyalty Circle
Our most loyal donors are there
year after year to support our
community. We created the
Loyalty Circle to herald those
who have contributed to
Horizons for at least six years at
any level, or whose gifts total
$100,000 or more. We consider
it our special honor to recognize
the longstanding generosity of
these loyal donors and their
example of LGBT philanthropy.
Anonymous (28)
100 Lesbians & Our Friends
Stephen H. Adams &
J. Cole Beam
Ahimsa Fund of Horizons
Foundation
Dominick Albano
Paul F. Albert
Miles S. Amen &
Christopher A. Magan
Kim Anno & Ellen Meyers
Bart K. Aoki, PhD & Martin Low
Kenneth C. Archibald, MD
Peter Atanasio & Lance Henderson
Bill Baird & John Kennedy
David Baker & Rodney Omandam
John R. Barnaby
Michael D. Barnes
Dan Bartley
Roy Bateman
Ignatius Bau & John Bare
Alvin Baum
Brad Bemis & David Jericoff
Diane Benjamin/Benjamin
& Company
Wayne S. Bennion &
Robert O. Demers
Buzz Bense & Robert West
Marsha Bergman
Adam M. Berman
Nanette Bisher & Amy Bernstein
Matt Bissinger
Marsha Blachman, LCSW
Robert Blair
Morton B. Blatt &
Peter G. Holmstrom
Edwin Blue
Richard W. Bonner
Jeffrey S. Bormaster
Gregory L. Bowling
Doug Braley & Jim Otwell
Peter Bray & Raul Calderon
Adolph Y. Bremerman, Jr.
Bill Brockett & Lar Bryer
Steve Bromer & Steve Lew
Cynthia Brooks & Judith Thompson
Thomas Brougham
Raymond A Brown, MD
Frank J. Bruce & Ted Bruce
Cheri L. Bryant
Dan Bunker & Alan Pellman
John W. Buxton
Dr. William P. Byrnes
Judith A. Calhoun
Jonathan P. Carr
Robert Eric Castongia
Lu Chaikin, PhD
Shelia Chandrasekhar
Otis Charles & Felipe Paris
Liz Charlton & Jamie Wasson
Brian H. Cheu
Jerald A. Choy
Bill Clark & Jeffrey Stanfield
Bradley J. Clark &
Ronald J. Pusateri
Donald J. Clark
James L. Clarke
Jessica Anne Clarke, MD, PhD
Robert W. Clegg
Mark A. Cloutier
Jay J. Cohen
Robert D. Cohen
Jody Cole & Katherine Cole
Matthew Coles
Paul D. Colfer & Jon Gatto
Susan Colson & Maureen Anderson
Laurence Colton & John McCoy
Lisa Forrestal Connor
Nancy Conover
Ann P. Cooper & John S. Cooper
M. William Coppock
Jes Cornette
David Cover
Nancy W. Craig & Jane Turrel
Kathleen Crandall & Lori Gitter
Rick Crane
Bruce Cronander
Carole S. Cullum & Kathy Brehm
Diana J. Curiel
John F. Dains
Richard M. Dalby
Thomas A. Daniels
Robert B. Daroff
Pamela David & Cheryl Lazar
William B. Davisson
Rodney J. De Martini
Stanley L. Deller & David Weir
Mario P. Diaz
William John Dickens
William P. Dill & C.W. Kammerer, Jr.
Rochelle Dineen
Earl Diskin
Robert D. Dockendorff
Julie R. Dorf & Jenni Olson
The Dorian Fund
Bill & Dee Doughty
Roger Doughty
Rebecca A. Dowdakin &
Flora McMartin
Jo Ann Driscoll
Daniel Druckerman
Ilana Drummond & Sharon Dulberg
John H. Ducote &
Kenneth W. Barnes
Bruce Dugstad
David B. Eckert
Lynne M. Eggers
Dorothy M. Ehrlich
Ronald R. Eisner, MD
Walter R. Ems
Milton Estes, MD
Rob Evans & Terry Micheau
Farouk & ShuSheng Family Fund
of Horizons Foundation
Mary Farrell
Thomas Faulds
Kurt Feichtmeir
Alan Feiler
Andrew Fisher & Jeffry Weisman
Grace Flannery
Tom Fleming, Jr.
Charles Q. Forester & John E. Cadle
Jeffrey Fraenkel & Alan Mark
William & Claire Franklin
Ruth Fraser & Ray Kesler
Donna M. Freeman
Allen B. Freitag
Sanford Friedman & Jerry Hipps
Frank Frucci
Bob Fuller & Manny Parian
William J. Fuller & Pamela R. Fuller
Sheryl B. Fullerton
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Dorothy L. Furgerson
Cynthia Gair
Steve Gallagher
Kevin P. Galvin & David Workman
Margarita Gandia &
Vivian Stephenson
Andrew A. Gans & Ronald Chavez
Gary M. Gansle & Jeff L. Ramsden
Joseph R. Garrett & John Lomibao
Ina Gartenberg & Allan Gartenberg
Tracy Gary
Linda Gebroe &
Rebecca Silverstein
Dan Geiger
Mary Gerber
Elwood Burton Gerrits
Lowell Gibbs
Gary Gielow & Tom Shamp
David Gilliam
Meryl J. Glass
Robert Glavin
David Gleba & George Beatty, MD
Alan Glube & Ken Tom
Kevin Gogin &
Dan McPherson, PhD
Allan P. Gold, PhD
Daniel J. Goldstein
Dora B. Goldstein
F. Jill Gover, PhD &
Patricia Ann Burck
James K. Graham
Steve Graham
Keith Grenzback
Roger S. Gross
Gary Grossman, PhD
John J. Guagenti & Frank R. Young
Mary H. Hafner &
Richard P. Hafner
Prescott W. Hafner &
William D. Glenn
Donald B. Hall
Marny Hall
Eileen Hamper
Douglas V. Hankins
Richard D. Hansen
Sue Hansen
Ed Hardy
Christine Harkinson
James S. Harp
Stuart Harrison & David Ring
Fred M. Hartwick III
Frances K. Hast
Edward Hastings & Gino Barcone
Meri Hayos & Kathy Moore
Daniel J. Healy
Mitzi Henderson
Jo Hercus & Katherine V. Forrest
Ruth Herring & Pamela Peniston
Frederick Hertz &
Randolph Langenbach
S. Dale Hess
Beverly Hickok
Jean N. Hipps
Ira S. Hirschfield &
Tom R. Hansen
Nicholas Hodges & Russell Brent
Sascha Hoffmann
Kenneth L. Holford
Bill Hollabaugh
Mark Hollyfield & Ann Hollyfield
David E. Hopmann &
James W. Taul, Jr.
James C. Hormel
Cynthia Horvath
Frank J. Howell
Eric Hsu & Jim Chambers
Carol L. Huffine
H. Nona Hungate
Kathleen Hurley &
Sarah Hamilton
Martha Hyde
James Infusino
Andrew C. Irish
Meri Issel & Patricia Reedy
Arnie Jackson
Nancy L. Jacobson
Christina Jacques
Ben Janken
Phyllis A. Jaudes
Carla Javits &
Margaret F. Cecchetti
Judith Jennings
Chris Johnson & Barry Miller
Daniel P. Johnson, CPA
M. Jean Johnston
Dan Joraanstad & Bob Hermann
James L. Joslin
Betsy Joyce & Sarah McGrath
Carl E. Jukkola
Steve Juliano
Marcus A. Jung
Giselle A. Jurkanin &
Kristin A. Cooper
Yoel Kahn & Dan Bellm
Joseph Kanon & Larry Beyer
Kate Kendell, Esq. &
Sandy Holmes
Paul G. Killgore
James F. King
Max C. Kirkeberg
David L. Kirp
Paul M. Kivel & Mary Luckey
Lawrence C. Klein
Lawrence Kolka &
Ian J. MacWilliams
Stephen Kresge
Anne Kroeger
Adrienne Krug & Molly Tyson
David J. Kundtz &
Robert W. Stenberg
Erda Labuhn & Richard Labuhn
Annabelle P. Lacher
Neil Lang & Joe Pessa
Gordon L. Larsen, MD &
Michael Fiumara
Joq S. Lasner
John M. LeBedda II
S. Robert Lehr
Lorrie Leiker
Janet Leno
Assemblymember Mark R. Leno
William Lerrigo &
Shannon Trimble
Susan LeSeure
Ann Lewis
Jeff Lewy & Ed Eishen
Michael L. Lipsie
Jonathan Logan &
Kevin Woodward
Susan E. Lowenberg &
Joyce Newstat
Jason Macario
Bonnie MacDonald
Kathleen K. Madden
Ari Marcus
Jan Marks
Lester A. Marks
Jilma Marshall
Mike Marshall
Alex Martinez & Michael Baxter
Marian Martinez
Max Mason & Andrew Metcalfe
Warren B. Mason
Haron Masters
Keitaro Matsuda
Cathy Maupin
F. Curtis May, PhD
S. Scott Mayers, PhD
Gerald McBride & John Hedges
Barbara & Robert McCarrick
Mark McCormick
Michelle McCormick & Sara Davis
Jerel McCrary
Kevin G. McHenry
Marshall Kirk McKusick &
Eric P. Allman
Maureen McNichols &
Roderick Kramer
Patti C. McWilliams
Katharine Mechem
David E. Meders
Barbara J. Meislin
Richard L. Meiss
Catherine Lise Miller
Eric C. Milliren & Steven S. Muchnick
Bernard S. Millman, MD &
Philip H. Millman
Charles R. Minehart
Shannon Minter & Robin Gilbrecht
Paula Morris & Cory Pohley
Arlene K. Mose
Robert Munk & Enoch Ortega
Thomas Murphy & Tim Murray
Donald C. Myers & Jose L. Iglesias
Robert N. Nakatani
Kirk A. Nass & Michael E. Gillespie
Dan Neumann & David Richardson
Jeffrey Nigh
Judy Nishimoto & Julie Mark
Linda O’Brien
Dianne O’Connell
Lester M. Olmstead-Rose
Robert Orban
Leslie Aki Oshita
William F. Owen, Jr., MD
Andrew B. Parker-Rose
Jay P. Paul
Speaker Nancy Pelosi
Glenn Perry & Eric Knudtson
Alice Philipson & Petra Liljestrand
Debra L. Platek
Marj Plumb & Tracy Weitz
Steve Polsky & Mark Oliver
Michael Poplardo
Robin M. Poppoff
Peter J. Poulos
David B. Powell & Ken Abrams
Kathleen Quenneville & Diane Allen
Dan C. Quigley & Eric Emanuel
Annette M. Raible
Victor M. Raible
JAN MARKS IS ONE OF HORIZONS’ LEADERSHIP AND LOYALTY CIRCLE DONORS WITH STRONG TIES TO SONOMA COUNTY.
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Lin Repola
Dale Rettinger
Michael (Edward) M. Reyes
John J. Ribaudo
Gale Richards & Ruth Dawson
G. Kern Richmond
Yetta Robinson &
Bernard J. Robinson
Joshua Robison &
Michael Tilson Thomas
Gary Roof & Douglas Light
Emily Rosenberg &
Darlene de Manicor
Gerald B. Rosenstein
Joseph A. Rosenthal
Nadine Rosenthal &
Shelley Coleman
Robert S. Russell & Gary W. Ost
Kent L. Sack, MD
Kirby Sack & Pamela Merchant
Robert W. Sass
John Schaaf & Michael Weaver
Milton P. Schaefer, PhD
Graham Schneider
Marilyn Schneider Hollinger
Andrew P. Schwartz &
John Mark Eggerton
Wolf Schweiger
Beverly A. Scott &
Mary Ann Courtney
Peter Scott
Harold E. Segelstad
Gordon R. Seligson &
David S. White
Marilyn Shatzen
William S. Shelley
Randall A. Shields
Lia Shigemura & Helen Zia
Robert G. Shultz
Michael D. Siever
Fred Silverman & Gerard Buulong
Simpson-Asprodites Family
Robert J. Skolaski
Jeff C. Slayton
Creig R. Smith
Eric Smith & Mark Garrett
Charles Spiegel
Mae Stadler
John A. Stansell &
Bruce D. Williams
Peter Stansky
J. Fred Stark, Jr.
Larry D. Steele
Peg Stevenson & Karen Topakian
Tim Stevenson & Linc King
Elizabeth H. Storey
Glenn Stover
Karen Strauss & Ruth Borenstein
Timothy J. Sweeney
Johnny Symons & William Rogers
Robert Taylor
Sam Thal, MD
Ken Thames & Joseph Dashiell
David J. Thomas
Ralph A. Thomas
Sherry Thomas & Lynn Witt
Sam & Julia Thoron
Christopher F. Tilley
Diane Tom & Karen Hart
Dana Topping Renard
Laura Tow
Robert D. Towle
Terrence A. Trobough
Samuel Tucker, MD
George D. Tuttle &
F. Bennett Cushman II
John A. Tuttle
Paul Underwood
Andrew Utiger
Peg Van Camp & Carol Patterson
Steven A. Vance
Edward Vanegri
Elena Vasquez & Robert Knutson
Dr. Michael Venuti
Paul R. Vesper
Mike Voight
Phillip Wald
Daryl M. Walker
Léonie Walker &
Kate O’Hanlan, MD
Scott W. Walton
Stanley Watson
Denise Wells & Eileen Hansen
Linda Werner
Robert F. West
Lawrence Wexler
Claudia M. Whitnah
Diane M. Whitney
Steven L. Wiesner
Laurie L. Williams
James G. Williamson &
Geoffrey Kors
Susan Winer & Carol Felch
Gary A. Winter
Lorin A. Wiseman
Paul Wisotzky
Ronald Wolberg
Dan P. Wolf
Timothy R. Wolfred
Ron Wong & Mike Tekulsky
Sau-Ling C. Wong
Keren Woodward
Wendell Wray
Carol C. Yaggy & Mary Twomey
Cedric Yap & Edward Liebst, Jr.
Richard Yarborough
Bonnie & Hilary Yoffe-Sharp
Stan Yogi & David Carroll
Betsy York & Demetrhea Terrien
Vance Yoshida
D. Bruce Young
Natalie Zarchin
Mark A. Ziering
Abby J. Zimberg
Jan Zobel, EA
Friends
Every gift to Horizons
Foundation honors not only the
foundation, but the Bay Area
LGBT community the
foundation exists to serve.
Horizons thanks each of the
following individuals for their
generous and invaluable
support in 2007.
$500-$999
Anonymous
Dominick Albano
Timothy Armour & Mark Pigram
Susan J. Bethanis
Matt Bissinger
Miguel Martinez Bustos
Norman Carlin
James R. Chace
B. Kyle Childress &
Ben Yokoyama
Daniel Chin
Ann P. Cooper & John S. Cooper
Stanley L. Deller & David Weir
Mario P. Diaz
William John Dickens
John H. Ducote &
Kenneth W. Barnes
Ranjit Dutta & Kanta Dutta
Lynne M. Eggers
Sally Elkington
Andrew Fisher & Jeffry Weisman
Charles Q. Forester &
John E. Cadle
Leo and Eva Gans
Dipti Ghosh & Meggy Gotuaco
Eric Goforth
Douglas E. Hanlin
John C. Harrington & Diana L. Harrington
Jo Hercus & Katherine V. Forrest
Anne Hightower & Brooke Battles
Robert Holgate
Craig R. Horan
Frank J. Howell
Phyllis A. Jaudes
Lori Jenner
Gary Johnson
James F. King
Teri Lee & Elaine Tseh
William Lerrigo & Shannon Trimble
Susan LeSeure
William J. Lyons
Max Mason & Andrew Metcalfe
Cathy Maupin
Kevin G. McHenry
Michael O’Brien & Ken Filoso
Anne O’Driscoll
Jo Ann Ogden
Thomas O’Reilly
Gary D. Page
Pat Patricelli
Douglas Pinter
Victor M. Raible
Michael (Edward) M. Reyes
Eddie Reynolds & Ed Jones
Timothy Rodrigues & Claude A. Mason
Doug Rose
Gerald B. Rosenstein
Susan F. Sachs & Gail Defferari
Wayne Salazar & Michael Ehrenzweig
Linda Scaparotti
Robert J. Skolaski
Eric Smith & Mark Garrett
Gerard Sweeney & Franklin Albro
John A. Tuttle
Andrew Utiger
Denise Wells & Eileen Hansen
Mark Williams
Brian Wilson
Susan Winer & Carol Felch
SERVES AS THE ONLY LATINO LGBT SUPPORT GROUP IN SAN MATEO COUNTY.
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GELAAM, WHICH COMPLETED A MULTI-YEAR COMMUNITY ISSUES GRANT IN 2007,
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Up to $499
Anonymous (19)
100 Lesbians & Our Friends
Kelly Abner
Michael Abracham
Camille Acayan
Rafael Acevedo
Pam Adinoff
Aditya Advani & Michael Tarr
Robert Ahlers & W.M. Silveria
Naomi Akers
AJ Alfieri-Crispin &
Kevin E. Crispin-Alfieri
Peter Allen
Jason Allen-Rouman &
Terry Allen-Rouman
Elisabeth Andreason &
Melissa Allen
Brett F. Andrews
Camille S. Angel &
Karen B. Segal
Michael Aust
David Baker & Rodney Omandam
Michael D. Barnes
Ben Barr & John Peterson
Michael Barr & Bonnie P. Barr
David Begler & Sarah Moore
Dorothy Beineix
Ruby E. Bell
Brad Bemis & David Jericoff
Daniel Bender
Wayne S. Bennion &
Robert O. Demers
Carlos Bermudez
Alison Bernstein & Judy Appel
Selisse Berry & Cynthia Martin
Susan Berston & Patty Stanton
Stephen Bjorgan &
Philippe Forgues
Marsha Blachman, LCSW
John Block
Scott L. Block & Charles Shobe
Bert Bloom & Gwynn Goodner
Lindsay Bond
Robert Bond
Alison Bowman
Eric P. Braverman
Peter Bray & Raul Calderon
Bill Brockett & Lar Bryer
Antonio Brown & Stewart Wade
Frank J. Bruce & Ted Bruce
Harry M. Brumlik &
Clifford R. Lemmerick
Lester Bruno
Margaret Bruynell & Bobbie Jarvis
Dan Bunker & Alan Pellman
Selma Burkom
Kevin Burns
Hugh C. Burroughs &
Linda Burroughs
Janis Bell Bush
Sean Bushart
Walter Caplan
Tom Carson
Jason Castle
Peter Cataldo
Timothy Cavanaugh & Eric Vidal
Pamela Cersosimo
Lu Chaikin, PhD
Paula Chamberlin
Gavin Chapman
Otis Charles & Felipe Paris
R. James Cherry
Brian H. Cheu
Minnie Chinn & Val Buschor
Jerald A. Choy
Phyllis Chrisman &
Dorothy Shimer
Linda Renee Clark
Brad M. Colby & Joe Terranova
Paul D. Colfer & Jon Gatto
Harry Collette & David Stevens
Lynn Cooper
M. William Coppock
Jes Cornette
Rebecca Craig
Julius Crane
James Cunningham
Diana J. Curiel
Michael Daly
Toni D’Angelo
Robert B. Daroff
Masen Davis
Rodney J. De Martini
Christian D. Dean &
Tamara Osheroff
W. Edward Dean
Donatella DeCaro
Ingrid Demarta & Judy Osborne
Gary Demyen
Robert S. DiBacco & Tom A. Still
Rochelle Dineen
Earl Diskin
Julie Doherty
Frank Doonan
Julie R. Dorf & Jenni Olson
Josh Dorf & Kerry Dorf
Bill & Dee Doughty
Kevin Dowling
Kathryn Downs
Jo Ann Driscoll
Daniel Druckerman
Dorothea S. DuBois
Bruce Dugstad
Grant Duhon
Edd Dundas
Rajat Dutta
Don Eason
David B. Eckert
Leah Edwards
Dorothy M. Ehrlich
Walter R. Ems
Nancy Epstein, CFP
John Erkman
Bill Essick & Rod Thornton
Caron Leslie Ewing
Leyla Farah
Thomas Faulds
Pam Feagles
Judith Feeley & Beth Feeley
Robert S. Fennell III &
Joseph Rojo
Ray Ferrer & Cedric Brown
Barbara Fitterer
Patrick Fitzgerald
Michael Fjordlack
Tara Flanagan
Grace Flannery
Nanette Fok & Bradley Tong
James Fontanilla & Brett Cooper
Roy C. Foster &
Cristobal Rodriguez
Fred Fox & William D. Davis
William & Claire Franklin
Marc Freed-Finnegan
Donna M. Freeman
Frank Frucci
David Full & Mark McKenzie
Dorothy L. Furgerson
Linda Futamura
Gary M. Gansle &
Jeff L. Ramsden
Ruben Garcia
Michael Garig
Robert Gavrich
Linda Gebroe &
Rebecca Silverstein
Elwood Burton Gerrits
Barbara Gersh
Maria Giatrakis
Gary Gielow & Tom Shamp
Meryl J. Glass
Gregg Gleasner &
Jim Cunningham
Kevin Gogin &
Dan McPherson, PhD
Liz Gogolewski
Allan P. Gold, PhD
Laura Goldin & Tony Rothschild
Alex Gonzalez & Edward Ganio
Robert Graham
James K. Graham
Oliver Graves
Mike Gray & Michael Salstein
Stephen Griffiths
Roger S. Gross
Spencer Gross
Joe P. Grubb
John J. Guagenti &
Frank R. Young
Marti Guerra
Randall Gutierrez
Cynthia Sue Guynn
Steven Haase & Mark Newman
Kevin Hall & Mark Khoury
Donald B. Hall
Bob Hancock
Terrance R. Haney &
Robert D. Emmons
Dennis W. Hanley &
John J. Hanley
Barbara Hanly & Mike Hanly
Ken Hansen
Sue Hansen
Julie Harris
Kelly Hart
Fred M. Hartwick III
Pan Haskins, CPA, MS
Heath Hatchett & Matt Moore
James W. Hawkins
Alison Hawthorn
Garrett Hayashida
Brenda Hays & Sue Dressing
Julie Head
Lawrence R. Helfer &
David L. Boyd
Patrik Hendrickson
Gilbert Herdt
Steve Hergert
Ruth Herring & Pamela Peniston
Hans Herst
Patrick Heryford
Christopher Hest
Kenneth L. Holford
John Henry Holm
Fred J. Holub
Phyllis Hornstein & Judy Visse
Charles Huff & Alexander Hines
Glenda Humiston
Stephen D. Hutcheon
Martha Hyde
Andrew C. Irish
Meri Issel & Patricia Reedy
Darren Iverson
Patti Johnsen
Brian Johnson & David Medina
Daniel P. Johnson, CPA
Vincent Jones
Betsy Joyce & Sarah McGrath
Carl E. Jukkola
ANNUAL REPORT 2007
Steve Juliano
Marcus A. Jung
Lani Ka’ahumanu
Sue M. Kaplan
Karl Keesling & Sally Carlson
Libby Kelly-McMahon &
Kass McMahon-Kelly
Jason H. Kennedy
John F. Kennedy
Diane & Bill Kepner
Donald Kern, Jr.
Kalani Key
Devesh Khatu
Madison Kilpatrick III, CFP
Leigh Kimberg & Melissa Lim
Kenneth King &
Christopher Vandevert
Lawrence C. Klein
Dani Marie Kleist & Diane Tumas
Ronald A. Knapp &
John P. Crozer, Jr.
Ana Koenig
Lisa Kossiver
Gary C. Kramer & Stewart Kramer
Anne Kroeger
Erda Labuhn & Richard Labuhn
Laura Lacey
Richard A. Lafetra &
Linda S. Lafetra
Eliza Laffin
Mariah Larkin
Gordon L. Larsen, MD &
Michael Fiumara
David Lasker & Eddie Baddour
John M. LeBedda II
Paul Lefkowitz & Joan Lefkowitz
Lorrie Leiker
Assemblymember Mark R. Leno
Alec Leung
Lawrence Leverone
Linda Levey
Adam Levine
Michael Levy
Kathleen Liparini
Yan Liu
Danielle Lopez
Tim Lorenz
Keith E. Loring
Edward Lortz
Alfred Lovi & Anne Lovi
Kathy Lowery
John L. Luckett
JoVanna Luque
Jason Macario
Bonnie MacDonald
Randall Mackie
Kathleen K. Madden
Ruth Mahaney
Michael Mansfield
Jeannie K. Mao
Mike Marshall
Gerald P. Martin
Alex Martinez & Michael Baxter
Warren B. Mason
Keitaro Matsuda
F. Curtis May, PhD
S. Scott Mayers, PhD
Chaya Rivka Mayerson
Eric W. Mayo & Ron Reece
Nancy Mazza
Barbara & Robert McCarrick
William McCarty &
Philip Stevenson
Michelle McCormick & Sara Davis
Kelly McCown
Kathleen McGuire
Susan McIntosh
Richard H. McKenzie
Kevin McLeod
Stephen M. McMahon
Robert McMullin
Ken McNeely & Inder Dhillon
Rosemarie Meddaugh
Rosie Meddaugh
David E. Meders
Sean B. Meehan
Vincent Mello
Jamie Metz
Ann Meyer & B. Glover
Jane Brindle Miller
Catherine Lise Miller
Cathy May Miller &
Janet Marian Heller
Charles R. Minehart
Darryl Moore
Rick Mordesovich
Paula Morris & Cory Pohley
Patricia L. Morris
Sandra S. Morris
Ann Morrison
Arlene K. Mose
Tom Musbach
Kirk A. Nass &
Michael E. Gillespie
Amy Newell Pauly &
Bruce D. Pauly
John Newsome
Vicki Newton & Cheryl Longinotti
Cedric Ng
Vuong Nguyen
Jeffrey Nigh
Judy Nishimoto & Julie Mark
David L. Norgard &
Joseph E. Oppold III
Liz Noteware & Angie Dalfen
Owen J. Ocheltree
James Ogren
Laura J. O’Kane & Michele McKee
Lester M. Olmstead-Rose
Robert Orban
Leslie Aki Oshita
Nancy Otto & Debra Chasnoff
Dave Parker
Deborah Pastucha & Judy Palen
Jay P. Paul
Mark J. Pellegrino
Speaker Nancy Pelosi
Graciela Perez-Trevisan &
Anne M. Perry
Joel T. Perlstein
Stephen Perreault
Mary Beth Perry & Denise Donnelly
Alice Philipson & Petra Liljestrand
Marj Plumb & Tracy Weitz
Julia Po
Carol Pollock
Stan Pollock & Beth Pollock
Michael Poplardo
Robin M. Poppoff
Mark Anthony Porter
David B. Powell & Ken Abrams
Ken Prag
Carol Pranka
Randy Presuhn & Timothy Nguyen
Jonathan Price
Anne Purdy & Tara Medve
Dan C. Quigley & Eric Emanuel
Michael Rabanal &
Alfredo Victorio
Glenn A. Ramsdell & Sam Weng
Kate A. Reber & Laura Mae Alpert
Lawrence A. Reh
Lin Repola
Thomas H. Reynolds
Cathy Rice
Liz Rigali & Karen Hirst
Patrick Roberts
Harral T. Robin
Thomas G. Rogillio II
Jennie Roitman
Rebecca Rolfe
Ty R. Rollins & Jeff Sheldon
Ryan Ross & Brent T. Freeman
Marilyn A. Ruebling
Ruth Rus
Carol Russell & Roz Katz
Daniel Ryan
Gail Sabin
Kent L. Sack, MD
Kirby Sack & Pamela Merchant
Barry Saiff
Eric St. Onge
Jeffrey R. Sampson
John San Agustin &
Randall Mackie
Alex Sanchez
John Schaaf & Michael Weaver
Milton P. Schaefer, PhD
Julie Schatz
Ronald Scherer & Tom Irving
Tim Schreck
Susan Schulman
Kenneth D. Schultz &
Brian M. Gronlund
Andrew P. Schwartz &
John Mark Eggerton
Douglas S. Sebesta, PhD
Mark A. Senick
Susan Shain
James Shay
Michael Shehan
AJ Shepard & Anthony Chiu
Tiffany Shlain
Robert G. Shultz
Daniel Siedler
Michael D. Siever
Ralph Singer
Chris Sinton
Janey Skinner
Byron Smalley
Robert Smedfjeld
Creig R. Smith
Craig Smith & Laura Hawkins Smith
Donald Smith, Jr.
Richard Smith & Rob Tan
Gary Snow
Ross R. Snow
Emma Sobol & Peggy Weix
John Solaegui & Steven Allen
Jose Solis
Theresa Sparks
Allison Sparks
Edward Specht & Elizabeth Specht
Stephen Spurgeon
Peter Stansky
Peg Stevenson & Karen Topakian
Evan Stewart
Thomas Stikker
B.J. Stiles & Steve McCollom
Timothy A. Stiles
Elizabeth H. Storey
Patrick D. Strieck &
Lawrence M. Powell
Lorna Sturgeon
John P. Sullivan
Rodney Sumpter & Michael Shultz
Laila Svendsen
Olga Talamante
Roeloff Talorda
Minna Tao & Vivien Gay
Robert Kenneth Tat
Dwayne M. Tate
Robert Teague & Daniel Ashbrook
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ANNUAL REPORT 2007
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Erik Terreri
Sam Thal, MD
Ken Thames & Joseph Dashiell
Kenneth Theriault
David J. Thomas
Steven Tierney
Christopher F. Tilley
Judith Tinkler
Janette L. Tom
Dana Topping Renard
Claudine Torfs
Marco Torres
Laura Tow
Julie Trestman
Randy Trigg & Caitlin Stanton
Terrence A. Trobough
Ruth Tucker & Cyndi Williamson
Gary N. Turner
Alan Twhigg
Linda Van Sciver & Jude Kaye
Elena Vasquez & Robert Knutson
Dr. Michael Venuti
Sean Wakely & Patricia Wakely
Deborah Wald
Daryl M. Walker
Scott M. Walton & Scott Williams
Fred Wasserman
Matthew Wayment
Michael Weinberger
Samuel Weng
Helene Wenzel
Linda Werner
Lawrence Wexler
Melissa White
Claudia M. Whitnah
Diane M. Whitney
Karen Wiggan & Stephanie Hom
Donna W. Wilson &
Thomas E. Wilson
Gary A. Winter
Lorin A. Wiseman
Dan P. Wolf
Timothy R. Wolfred
Ron Wong & Mike Tekulsky
Sau-Ling C. Wong
Cheryl Woodie
Keren Woodward
Betsy York & Demetrhea Terrien
D. Bruce Young
Ingu Yun
Larry Zabo
Deborah Zajchowski
Natalie Zarchin
Andrej Zervan & James Mercer
Mark A. Ziering
Jan Zobel, EA
Ron Zuckerman
Gala Event
Captains
Horizons Foundation is
grateful to all of our 2007 gala
event captains—they are an
integral part of spreading the
word about Horizons’ work and
making our gala such a
success. Thank you!
Rafael Acevedo
Dominick Albano
Judy Appel, Our Family Coalition
Tim Armour & Mark Pigram,
San Francisco Police Officers
Pride Alliance
Dan Bartley
Ignatius Bau & John Bare
Barbara Berkeley &
Wendy Storch
Angela Berry, Merrill Lynch
The Bhatia Perry Group at
Merrill Lynch Private Bank
Jack E. Bird & John L. Darby,
The Fairy Godfathers Fund
William B. Davisson
Rattan Dodeja, Smith Barney
Julie R. Dorf & Jenni Olson
Equality California Institute
Farouk & ShuSheng Family Fund
Margarita Gandia &
Vivian Stephenson
Eric Goforth, Merrill Lynch
Jewelle Gomez & Diane Sabin
Kenneth P. Hansen
Glenda Humiston
Lori Jenner
Gary Johnson & Wendy Storch,
Paragon Real Estate Group,
Gala Co-chairs
Dan Joraanstad,
Wachovia Securities
Deb L. Kinney, DLK Law Group PC
Chris Kollaja, A.L. Nella &
Company
Thomas A. Larsen
Kevin Lew & Mark Small
Jeff Lewy & Ed Eishen
Keith Loring & Patrick Roberts
William Lyons & Carson Edmond
Chaya Rivka Mayerson
Tom Musbach
National Center for Lesbian Rights
Thao H. Ngo
Anne O’Driscoll
Pat Patricelli, Herth Real Estate
Elizabeth Pearce &
Joan Glassheim
San Francisco LGBT
Community Center
Beverly A. Scott &
Mary Ann Courtney
Gary Snow, Paragon Real Estate
John Solaegui & Steven Allen
Kara Swisher & Megan Smith
John A. Tuttle
James G. Williamson &
Geoffrey Kors
Volunteers
Horizons extends our
sincerest thanks and
appreciation to all of the
volunteers who helped us
in 2007.
Elizabeth Labedz
Ari Lathuras
Stephanie Lincoln
Steve Mayers
Mike Modula
Joanne Ng Balenbin
Ron Overmann
Cathy Rice
Jim Setta
Wendy Storch
Kate Trujillo
John Tuttle
Emmanuel Vallejo
Nick Wade
Andrea Williams
Jeanne Wing
Paul Albert
Laurene Bolet
Mike Bonella
Jon Borset
Karen Broder
Miriam Cantor
Wendy Chang
Cheri Choy
Sharon Delap
Julie Doherty
Ed Eishen
Mario Galande
Claire Eugenia Gerndt, Jr.
Greg Haretos
Rich Harris
Alison Hawthorn
Patrik Hendrickson
Beverly Hoh
Andrew Hurley
David Johnson
Gary Johnson
Diane Jung
Nir Krakauer
COMMUNITY ISSUES GRANTEE SISTAHS STEPPIN’ IN PRIDE HAS EMERGED AS A POWERFUL CELEBRATION OF
THE EAST BAY COMMUNITY OF LESBIAN AND BISEXUAL WOMEN.
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ANNUAL REPORT 2007
financials
2007 Total Income
Horizons Foundation recorded another year of solid financial results in
2007. Horizons’ net assets at year-end were $7,700,665, a 4.6%
increase over 2006. Revenues for 2007 were $4,461,225, a decrease
from 2006 as a result of lower receipts from bequests. Expenditures for
2007 totaled $4,124,298, of which 82% was dedicated to grantmaking,
capacity building, and philanthropic promotion programs, and 18% to
fundraising, management, and general expenses. As highlighted in
this report, our grantmaking programs saw a substantial increase of
56% over 2006.
Other Income: 3%
$136,272
Investment Income: 13%
$603,370
Foundations and
Corporations: 27%
$1,188,700
With the oversight of Horizons’ Investment Committee and Board of
Directors, our endowment investments and donor-advised fund
investments achieved strong growth. The endowment fund—which at
December 31 had a balance of $4,334,842—resides with Boston
Trust/Walden Assets as a part of the Tides Foundation Pooled Funds;
Walden Assets is a national leader in socially responsive investments.
During 2007, the fund had a return on principal of 11.0%.
The information presented here reflects the foundation’s statement of
financial position and activity for the year ended December 31, 2007.
We have included comparative information for the year ended December
31, 2006. In both years, Ghaffari Zaragoza LLP conducted the audit of
Horizons’ financial statements in conformity with Generally Accepted
Accounting Principles (GAAP).
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A copy of the complete audit report is available on our website or
upon request.
Individuals: 44%
$1,954,691
Bequests: 13%
$578,192
2007 Total Expenses
Management and
General: 7%
$267,871
Fundraising: 11%
$462,593
Capacity Building: 2%
$66,793
Grantmaking: 77%
$3,189,310
Promoting
Philanthropy: 3%
$137,731
CHRIS KOLLAJA AND TOM DOOHER NOT ONLY BELONG TO HORIZONS’ LEADERSHIP AND LEGACY CIRCLES, BUT CHRIS ALSO
VOLUNTEERS HIS PROFESSIONAL EXPERTISE AS PART OF OUR INVESTMENT COMMITTEE.
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HORIZONS FOUNDATION
Statement of Financial Position
At December 31, 2007 and 2006
2007
2006
ASSETS
Current Assets:
Cash and cash equivalents
Investments
Grants receivable
Pledges receivable, net of $0 allowance
Other receivables
Prepaid expenses
$400,257
3,380,440
139,000
—
48,677
4,189
$432,842
3,229,380
459,667
39,947
7,834
14,731
Total Current Assets
3,972,563
4,184,401
50,000
3,918,433
12,237
17,857
—
3,485,372
20,121
21,614
$7,971,09
$7,711,508
$66,000
41,094
136,000
27,331
$284,500
40,391
—
22,879
Total Current Liabilities
270,425
347,770
Total Liabilities
270,425
347,770
3,287,771
494,461
3,918,433
3,060,476
817,890
3,485,372
7,700,665
7,363,738
$7,971,090
$7,711,508
Grants receivable (due in 2009)
Investments restricted for long-term purposes
Property and equipment
Deposits and other assets
Total Assets
LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS
LIABILITIES
Current Liabilities:
Grants payable
Accounts payable and accrued expenses
Line of credit
Accrued vacation
NET ASSETS
Unrestricted
Temporarily restricted
Permanently restricted
Total Net Assets
Total Liabilities and Net Assets
ANNUAL REPORT 2007
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Statement of Activities
Year Ended December 31, 2007 and 2006
SUPPORT
Contributions from individuals
Foundation and corporation grants
Bequests
Special event revenue and contribution
Special event direct expense
Special event, net
Net assets released from restrictions:
Purpose accomplished
Total Support
REVENUE
Fees for services
Interest and dividends
Net gain from investments
Rental and other income
Total Revenue
Total Support and Revenue
EXPENSES
Program services:
Grantmaking
Capacity building
Promoting philanthropy
Total program services
Supporting services:
Management and general
Fundraising
Total supporting services
Total Expenses
Change in net assets
Net assets at beginning of year
Net assets at end of year
Unrestricted
Temporarily
Restricted
$1,887,817
48,700
148,181
$63,824
1,140,000
—
146,224
(80,452)
65,772
Permanently
Restricted
2007
Total
Unrestricted
Temporarily
Restricted
Permanently
Restricted
2006
Total
$3,050
—
430,011
$1,954,691
1,188,700
578,192
$1,791,825
69,298
346,231
—
1,323,000
—
$106,340
6,680
996,126
$1,898,165
1,398,978
1,342,357
—
—
—
—
—
—
146,224
(80,452)
65,772
161,595
(113,111)
48,484
—
—
—
—
—
—
161,595
(113,111)
48,484
1,527,253
(1,527,253)
—
—
1,060,893
(1,060,893)
—
—
3,677,723
(323,429)
433,061
3,787,355
3,316,731
262,107
1,109,146
4,687,984
70,000
230,851
372,519
500
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
70,000
230,851
372,519
500
70,000
159,002
309,153
12,324
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
70,000
159,002
309,153
12,324
673,870
—
—
673,870
550,479
—
—
550,479
4,351,593
(323,429)
433,061
4,461,225
3,867,210
262,107
1,109,146
5,238,463
3,189,310
66,793
137,731
3,393,834
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
3,189,310
66,793
137,731
3,393,834
2,041,018
83,494
155,306
2,279,818
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
2,041,018
83,494
155,306
2,279,818
267,871
462,593
730,464
—
—
—
—
—
—
267,871
462,593
730,464
257,328
464,120
721,448
—
—
—
—
—
—
257,328
464,120
721,448
4,124,298
—
—
4,124,298
3,001,266
—
—
3,001,266
227,295
(323,429)
433,061
336,927
865,944
262,107
1,109,146
2,237,197
3,060,476
817,890
3,485,372
7,363,738
2,194,532
555,783
2,376,226
5,126,541
$3,287,771
$494,461
$3,918,433
$7,700,665
$3,060,476
$817,890
$3,485,372
$7,363,738
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HORIZONS FOUNDATION
Staff, Board of Directors, Committee Members, and Advisory Board
STAFF
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
COMMITTEE MEMBERS
ADVISORY BOARD
Julie Dorf
Director of Philanthropic Services and Development
John Bare
Miguel Bustos
George Duran
Margarita Gandia
Deb L. Kinney
Jeff Lewy
Kristen Putnam-Walkerly
Vincent Sales
Beverly Scott
Léonie Walker
As a community foundation, Horizons is
fortunate to have dedicated community
members who lend their experience and
expertise to our committees. Their input is
invaluable to helping us fulfill our mission.
The vision and wisdom of Horizons’
advisory board members serve as a
remarkable resource for the LGBT
community.
Roger Doughty
Executive Director
Rajat Dutta
Deputy Director of Development
Jewelle Gomez
Director of Grants and Community Initiatives
Devesh Khatu
Events and Database Manager
Henry Pacheco
Philanthropic Services and Development Associate
Nikole Pagan
Administrative Coordinator
Gary D. Page
Director of Finance and Operations
Juni Rusli
Accounting Assistant
Lindasusan Ulrich
Communications Manager/Writer
We are deeply grateful for the
leadership and commitment of
Glenn Perry, Theresa Sparks,
and James Williamson, who
completed their board service
this past year. Thank you all!
Tom Burke
Antonio Choy-Koo
Cecilia Chung
Charles Q. Forester
David Gleba
Scott Hafner
Chris Kollaja, CPA
Steve Lew
Nanette Miller, CPA
Paula Morris
Dan Neumann, CFA
Jeff Nguyen, Esq.
Joe Norton, CFA
Dan Quigley
Gale Richards
Lia Shigemura
Maryann Simpson
Wendy Storch
S.J. Sullivan
Jane Swan, CFA
Ron Wong
Special thanks to Doug Braley and Nick
Hodges, who completed their committee
service this past year.
Alvin Baum
Michael Berg
Doug Braley
Cheri Bryant
Diana Campoamor
William Clark
Laurence Colton
Steve Coulter
Carole Cullum, Esq.
Robert Glavin
David Gleba
Roger Gross, Esq.
Scott Hafner
Mitzi Henderson
Kate Kendell, Esq.
Assemblymember Mark Leno
Steve Lew
Susan Lowenberg
Ash McNeely
Emily Rosenberg
Lia Shigemura
Fred Silverman
Peg Van Camp
Denise Wells
Stan Yogi
Vance Yoshida
Helen Zia
mission
A community foundation rooted in and dedicated to the lesbian, gay,
bisexual, and transgender community, Horizons Foundation exists to:
Mobilize and increase resources for the LGBT movement and
organizations that secure the rights, meet the needs, and celebrate
the lives of LGBT people
Empower individual donors and promote giving as an integral part
of a healthy, compassionate community
Steward a permanently endowed fund through which donors can make
legacy gifts to ensure our community’s capacity to meet the future
needs of LGBT people
WRITER/EDITORS: Lindasusan Ulrich, Jeff Lewy, Julie Dorf, Roger Doughty, Gary D. Page. DESIGN: Betsy Joyce PRINTING: Autumn Press
PHOTOS: All photos by Andrew Weeks, except page 44 by Emily Drennen
Thousands of LGBT people
Hundreds of LGBT organizations
One LGBT foundation
horizons foundation
870 Market Street, Suite 728, San Francisco, California 94102 www.horizonsfoundation.org 415.398.2333