2014 Annual Report - Washington Capitals

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2014 Annual Report - Washington Capitals
2014 ANNUAL REPORT
Monumental Sports &
Entertainment Foundation
Created in 2013 Monumental Sports & Entertainment Foundation
supports the charitable efforts of the Washington Capitals, Mystics
and Wizards, aligning their causes and unifying their giving, which
enables us to have the greatest impact on our community.
MSE Foundation is committed to the Washington, D.C.,
metropolitan area and focuses on the following five pillars to
maximize its impact and engagement with the community:
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Youth basketball and hockey
Education and scholarship
Pediatric health and fitness
Military and veterans’ affairs
Hunger and homelessness
Recognizing the community as our most important asset, MSE Foundation looks
forward to continuing to create and sustain programs that are designed to
give back to the very community that supports our teams. In 2014 Monumental
Sports & Entertainment Foundation, along with the Leonsis Foundation, donated
more than $1.6 million to local charities. Through MSE Foundation we pledge to
continue investing our time and resources and serving as a positive influence and
contributor in our community, and we hope to inspire others to do the same.
Monumental Sports & Entertainment Foundation received The Salvation
Army’s Community Partner Award in May at United in Service. United
in Service is a ceremony in recognition of volunteers and community
partners for their compassionate work on behalf of The Salvation Army,
which assists people in need throughout the Washington, D.C., region.
Youth Basketball and Hockey
Potomac Valley Amateur Hockey
funded scholarships for at-risk and
rooms and hallways, cleaning hockey
On Ice program provides free figure
that benefit children’s health,
Association
underserved youth, girls’ player
equipment, putting together goals
skating, hockey and speedskating
education and inner-city services.
For the sixth year in a row, the
clinics, a girls’ league, coaches’ clinics
and organizing hockey equipment.
lessons to economically disadvantaged
Players contribute a predetermined
Washington Capitals partnered
and The Monumental Tournament
Outdoor projects included cleaning
children who might not otherwise
sum based on selected on-ice
with the Potomac Valley Amateur
of Champions, a Boys & Girls Club of
and mulching tree boxes and flower
have the opportunity to learn these
performance categories such as goals
Hockey Association (PVAHA), with
Greater Washington organizational-
beds and sweeping the parking lot and
sports. Friends of Fort Dupont Ice
or team wins. Every dollar contributed
MSE Foundation providing a $25,000
wide basketball tournament.
sidewalks.
Arena partners with public and private
by players is tripled through an
schools, summer camps, churches
affiliation with other donors. Because
grant. This money helps fund the
John Crerar Hockey Development and
Fort Dupont Service Project
Fort Dupont is the only public indoor
and local community organizations to
outside sources secured by the
Chris Dernetz Disabled Hockey grant
Washington Capitals players Karl
ice arena located in Washington, D.C.,
promote and deliver its programs to
Foundation cover all operating
programs and is being distributed
Alzner and Braden Holtby attended the
and the only skating facility in the
more than 7,000 children per year.
expenses, 100% of donated money
to 20 area hockey programs during
Capitals fifth-annual service project
area that provides free or subsidized
the 2014-15 season. The Crerar grant
at Friends of Fort Dupont Ice Arena.
skating programs to children. Its Kids
program increases participation and
Funded by Monumental Sports &
promotes hockey within Maryland,
Entertainment Foundation, the project
Virginia and Washington, D.C. The
featured 100 Capitals fans working
Dernetz grant program assists USA
alongside wives Mandy Alzner and
Disabled Hockey Programs within
Brandi Holtby, team mascot Slapshot
PVAHA. Since 2009 the Capitals have
and the Red Rockers, who were all
granted $145,000 to PVAHA, and local
sprucing up Fort Dupont.
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Volunteers worked on indoor projects
that included waxing the boards,
Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater
cleaning the glass, painting the locker
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hockey participation has increased
26%.
Fort Dupont Service
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is distributed to children’s charities.
Teammates for Kids
Through Teammates for Kids, the
Through a grant from Teammates
Washington Capitals have donated
for Kids, MSE Foundation was able to
$113,000 to the Fort Dupont Ice Hockey
donate $26,000 to the Fort Dupont
Program since 2004.
Ice Hockey Program in southeast
Washington, D.C.
Equipment Donation
Through the Washington Capitals
Washington Capitals players Karl
Hockey School program, MSE
Alzner, Nicklas Backstrom, Jay Beagle,
Foundation donated sets of street
Troy Brouwer, Andre Burakovsky,
hockey equipment to six schools in
Fort Dupont Service Project
John Carlson, Jason Chimera, Eric
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Fehr, Mike Green, Jack Hillen, Braden
Washington
Holtby, Marcus Johansson, Brooks
For the second year in a row, MSE
Laich, Michael Latta, Matt Niskanen,
Foundation and the Washington
Liam O’Brien, Brooks Orpik, Justin
Mystics and Wizards partnered
Peters, Nate Schmidt, Aaron Volpatti,
with Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater
Joel Ward and Tom Wilson, along
Washington (BGCGW), providing
with coach Barry Trotz, all pledged to
a $25,000 grant to the D.C.-based
participate in Top Shelf Teammates,
nonprofit. The money was used to
the hockey division of the Teammates
increase participation and promote
for Kids Foundation. Top Shelf
basketball on a grassroots level in
Teammates contributes financial
the Washington, D.C., metropolitan
resources to nonprofit organizations
area. The MSE Foundation grant
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Fort Dupont Check
Presentation Video
Maryland, Virginia and Washington,
MSE Foundation at multiple schools
resolve any conflicts that may arise
The Capitals staff and mascot Slapshot
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D.C. The program reached more than
throughout the District of Columbia.
during play.
attended the Playworks Street Hockey
Foundation sponsors the Playworks
Jamboree at Watkins Elementary
basketball league that emphasizes
instruction from alumni who taught
MSE Foundation also hosted 150
MSE Foundation and Playworks hosted
School. The event featured 70 students
skill-building, not scoring. In fact,
the students basic hockey skills. Street
students from 13 D.C. public and
a beautification project for MSE staff
from seven schools participating in
Playworks coaches don’t even keep
hockey equipment was also donated
charter schools at the Playworks
members at Brookland Education
an end-of-the-season round-robin
score as they want all girls to have
to the Playworks co-ed street hockey
Junior Coach Leadership Conference
Campus. Staff members spent the day
street hockey tournament. Fourth-
a positive learning and playing
league, a program with students from
at Verizon Center. Conference
at the school volunteering their time
and fifth-graders from Brightwood
experience. The goal is to teach
seven D.C. public and charter schools.
participants included fourth- and
by designing and painting a puzzle
Education Campus, Capital City Public
fourth- and fifth-grade girls to respect
fifth-grade students from the
mural in the school’s main hallway
Charter School, Kimball Elementary
the game through positive sporting
Playworks Washington, D.C.
Playworks Junior Coach program,
that incorporated Brookland Education
School, Randle Highlands Elementary
behavior.
MSE Foundation partnered with
which provides students with monthly
Campus’ motto, “Embracing Diversity,
School, Savoy Elementary School,
Playworks Washington, D.C., providing
training focusing on peer leadership
Reaching Every Child.”
Tyler Elementary School and West
a $50,000 grant and programming
and conflict resolution. Junior
for the 2014-15 school year. Playworks
Coaches then implement the training
MSE Foundation and Monumental
2014 Playworks street hockey league,
is currently in 18 public and public
in the recess yard, where they model
Network created a video PSA for
which was started in 2013 as part of its
charter schools in Washington, D.C.,
positive behavior for their peers as
Playworks featuring Capitals players
partnership with MSE Foundation.
bringing safe, meaningful play to 7,300
well as help to facilitate games and
John Carlson and Braden Holtby and
1,100 children at the schools, featuring
students every day.
Education Campus participated in the
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MLK Day Project Video
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Playworks DC Leadership
Conference Video
Wizards players Bradley Beal, Otto
Mystics guard Tierra Ruffin-Pratt,
Porter, Garrett Temple, John Wall
Wizards mascot G-Wiz, Wizard
MSE Foundation kicked off the
and Martell Webster. The PSA runs
Girls and the Power Pack attended
partnership in January by hosting
on the video board at select Capitals
Playworks girls’ basketball league
a MLK Day service project with
and Wizards home games and is also
night at Raymond Recreation Center
Playworks at West Education Campus
featured on Comcast SportsNet.
in northwest Washington to watch
in northwest Washington. Washington
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Playworks Rock Papers
Scissors PSA Video
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Wiz Wednesday Playworks
Recap Video
scrimmages between Ward 1, 2, 4 and
Bullets alumnus Bob Dandridge,
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Capitals Hall-of-Famer Rod Langway
and D.C. mayor Vincent C. Gray joined
50 Capitals, Mystics and Wizards fans
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Playworks DC Leadership
Conference Photos
who took part in tasks that included
painting murals, organizing the library
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and assembling and painting benches.
Playworks DC Street Hockey
Tournament Photos
The murals were generously designed
by Susan Schwerin, who donates
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her time and has created murals for
Wiz Wednesday Playworks
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All 18 Playworks schools participate in
off the playground. Playworks helps
In the Mid-Atlantic Girls Hockey
of Easton Hockey. MSE COO, Capitals
the girls’ basketball league and each
transform recess into a safe, fun and
League finals, sponsored by the
president and MSE Foundation board
participant received a Mystics-branded
inclusive time that gets students active
Capitals and played at the Gardens Ice
member Dick Patrick accepted the
Playworks T-shirt.
and engaged so they can return to the
House in Laurel, Holton-Arms defeated
check on behalf of the Foundation. The
classroom focused and ready to learn.
Archbishop Spalding Red to retain the
funds will be used by MSE Foundation
Red Rockers and Wizard Girls also
Capitals Cup. This was the fourth title
and the Capitals to provide equipment
attended and participated in the
High School Hockey Championships
in a row for the school and its 10th in
to amateur hockey programs in
Playworks Rock-Paper-Scissors
The Capitals hosted the Northern
the last 16 years.
Maryland, Virginia and Washington,
Tournament.
Virginia Scholastic Hockey League
MSE Foundation provided 2014
Playworks is a national nonprofit
game at Kettler Capitals Iceplex. The
Capitals Cup champions hats to all the
organization that transforms schools
Briar Woods Falcons won the state
participants on the winning teams.
by providing play and physical activity
championship for the second year
at recess and throughout the school
in a row, defeating the Stone Bridge
Easton Hockey Donation
day. It teaches children to resolve
Bulldogs 4-1.
Four-time U.S. Women’s Hockey Team
Olympic medalist Julie Chu presented
and carry over to the classroom,
The Capitals sponsored the Maryland
a $10,000 check to Monumental Sports
improving school climate both on and
Student Hockey League (MSHL)
NVSHL High School Hockey
Championship Photos
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MSHL High School Hockey
Championship Photos
& Entertainment Foundation on behalf
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MSHL High School Hockey
Championship 2A Photos
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Recap Video
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Easton Hockey Donation Video
at The Gardens Ice House in Laurel.
The Capitals Cup champions were
Annapolis/Old Mill and the Thomas
Wooten Patriots. The Annapolis/Old
Mill team completed an undefeated
season, winning in the MSHL A finals,
and Wooton won the MSHL AA finals.
The Capitals sponsored the MidAtlantic Prep Hockey League (MAPH)
Capitals Cup championship games held
at The Gardens Ice House in Laurel. St.
Stephen’s & St. Agnes School won the
MAPH A final, and Gonzaga won the
MAPH AA final.
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Mid-Atlantic Prep School
Hockey Championship Photos
High School Hockey
Capitals Cup championship games held
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D.C.
(NVSHL) Capitals Cup championship
their own conflicts that arise at recess
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Mid-Atlantic Girls Hockey
League Championship Photos
Education and Scholarship
D.C. Public Schools
year by painting murals throughout
the second-grade level, the earliest
Browne, Langdon and Noyes Education
Everybody Wins! DC
their day to visit with their mentees,
All three Monumental Sports
the building and creating a school
grade targeted by the program. By
Campuses in Ward 5; Amidon-Bowen
Nearly 20 Monumental Sports &
spending time reading and sharing
& Entertainment sports teams
garden with the U.S. Department of
supporting the expansion of the
Elementary School in Ward 6; Anne
Entertainment staff members are
conversation during the lunch hour.
collaborated on MSE Foundation’s
Agriculture, among other projects.
DARE program in these 14 high-need
Beers, C.W. Harris, Kimball and Neval
participating in the Everybody Wins!
schools, MSE Foundation continues
Thomas Elementary Schools in Ward
DC Power Lunch program, a literacy
In May the Foundation hosted
through Serve DC – The Mayor’s
In conjunction with the DCPS
to help DCPS progress toward its
7; and Garfield, Hendley, Leckie,
and mentoring program based in
more than 150 students from Key
Office of Volunteerism and D.C.
partnership, MSE Foundation also
Capital Commitment goal to increase
Patterson, Plummer and Simon
select elementary schools in the
Elementary School in Arlington, Va.,
Public Schools (DCPS), which the
provided a $20,000 grant to the D.C.
proficiency rates by 40 percentage
Elementary Schools in Ward 8.
Washington metropolitan area. The
for a luncheon at Kettler Capitals
Capitals became involved with in
Public Education Fund in December.
points in its 40 lowest performing
goal of Power Lunch is to encourage
Iceplex. The students were honored
2009. For the 2014-15 school year, MSE
This is the second-straight year the
schools by the 2016-17 school year.
D.C. Public Education Fund is the
children’s interest in reading, expand
at the event for their participation
Foundation has donated to the DC Ed
independent nonprofit formed to
their opportunities for success
in the Everybody Wins! DC Power
Drew Elementary School, a Title I D.C.
Fund, and this money will extend last
DCPS schools benefitting from
catalyze philanthropy in support of
and facilitate meaningful volunteer
Lunch program. At the Power Lunch
Public School located in Ward 7 that
year’s investment in DCPS’ Advanced
MSE Foundation’s support of the
strategic reform in D.C. Public Schools.
contributions.
Celebration students were recognized
serves children in preschool through
Readers Extension Program (DARE) in
D.C. Public Education Fund include
The Education Fund works alongside
fifth grade.
14 of its lowest performing schools.
partnership to “adopt” a local school
Foundation and its teams adopted
To kick off the partnership MSE
Previously the DC Ed Fund used the
Foundation hosted a summer DCPS
MSE Foundation grant to purchase
Beautification Day service project
NOOK readers preloaded with
at Drew Elementary featuring
DARE texts for use at the fifth-
Washington Capitals Chris Brown
grade level at selected schools. The
and Stanislav Galiev. Joined by 80
2014 MSE Foundation funding will
volunteers, the Red Rockers and
expand the participation of students
Wizard Girls, the group helped prepare
at those schools by purchasing
the school for the upcoming academic
preloaded NOOK readers for use at
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DCPS Beautification Day
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for achieving reading goals. The
the school system’s leadership and the
Through the Power Lunch program,
luncheon marked the first time the
philanthropic community to accelerate
MSE staff members, including
event was hosted by a partnering
improvements, sustain excellence
employees from the Capitals, Mystics,
organization off school grounds. The
and ensure accountability. It supports
Wizards and Verizon Center, are paired
pizza lunch was generously donated by
DCPS’ work towards the goals laid out
with students at Garrison Elementary
MSE partner Papa John’s.
in its “A Capital Commitment” strategic
School in Washington, D.C., and Key
plan by raising critical funds to support
Elementary School in Arlington, Va.
MSE also hosts an employee book
strategic reform initiatives.
Each week during the school year,
drive during the holidays to collect
MSE staff members take time out of
books that are donated to Everybody
Wins! DC.
DCPS Beautification Day
Better Sports Club of Arlington
The Foundation funded the Better
Sports Club of Arlington’s 2014 Tom
Newman Memorial Scholarship. The
scholarship was awarded to James
Klein, from Bishop O’Connell High
School. Klein was also the recipient
of the 2014 Tom Newman Memorial
Trophy, presented annually to the
student-athlete chosen as the Better
Sports Club of Arlington’s Ice Hockey
Sportsman of the Year.
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The trophy and scholarship were
This four-year academic scholarship
junior varsity Soaring Eagles Hockey
hockey. The initiative is supported
Each student will be awarded $2,500
works in partnership with the Office of
presented at the Better Sports Club
originates from a partnership
NCAA Division III team.
by NHL member clubs, players,
a year for four years. Applicants
the State Superintendent of Education
of Arlington’s 58th Annual Awards
between the NHL and the Thurgood
alumni and fans. To date, Hockey is
must have participated in organized
(OSSE), the corporate community,
Banquet. Arlington Sportsmen and
Marshall College Fund, which has been
Under the direction of NHL
for Everyone has exposed more than
basketball and write an essay about
colleges, universities and other college
Sportswomen of the Year awards
awarding scholarships to participants
commissioner Gary Bettman, who
45,000 boys and girls to unique hockey
what inspired them to play basketball,
access programs. The overwhelming
were presented to deserving student-
involved in Hockey is for Everyone™
serves on its board of directors, the
experiences.
what lessons they learned from the
majority of students served by
athletes selected from nominations
(HIFE) programs since 2012.
NHL’s Thurgood Marshall College Fund
sport and how those lessons will help
DC-CAP are from low-income,
them in college and the workforce.
minority, single-parent households
submitted by the directors of student
was developed in 2012 from monies
District of Columbia College Access
activities or athletics at the four high
Abercrombie, 17, began playing hockey
raised from the annual Congressional
Program
schools located in Arlington: Bishop
as a three-year-old and has played with
Hockey Challenge, the charity hockey
MSE Foundation donated $45,000 to
DC-CAP is a nonprofit organization
O’Connell, Wakefield, Washington-Lee
the Fort Dupont Ice Hockey Club in
game pitting members of Congress
the District of Columbia College Access
working in partnership with the
and Yorktown. Since ice hockey is
southeast Washington, D.C., since age
and staff against registered lobbyists.
Program (DC-CAP). The Foundation
District of Columbia Public and Public
not currently an official varsity sport,
six. He is currently a freshman at Saint
To date more than $250,000 has been
has set up two college scholarship
Charter School Systems that provides
nominations for the Newman Trophy
Joseph’s University on a four-year,
raised in support of the scholarship
funds that will be used for DCPS and
counseling and financial assistance to
were solicited from the coaches of
full-tuition scholarship. Abercrombie
that allows recipients the opportunity
D.C. public charter school students. In
students who might otherwise never
the club teams representing Arlington
received early admission into the
to attend any four-year college or
2015 one male and one female student
have the opportunity to attend or
schools.
school’s business program, is majoring
university in the U.S.
will be awarded a $10,000 scholarship.
graduate from college. DC-CAP also
and are the first in their families to
in sports marketing and is a member
The Better Sports Club of Arlington is
of the men’s hockey team.
a nonprofit community organization
Hockey is for Everyone provides
support and unique programming to
founded in 1957 to promote useful
Last year MSE Foundation’s donation
nonprofit youth hockey organizations
citizenship through the medium
benefited Donald Shaw III from Fort
across North America that are
of sports. The Better Sports Club
Dupont. He is now a sophomore at
committed to offering children of all
is dedicated to serving Arlington’s
Elmira College where he plays on the
backgrounds opportunities to play
youth and to fostering the principle
of fair play, good sportsmanship,
a competitive spirit, tolerance and
friendship.
NHL/Thurgood Marshall College
Fund Scholarship
Monumental Sports & Entertainment
Foundation donated $10,000 to the
NHL/Thurgood Marshall College
Fund, which will be earmarked for
Washington, D.C., native and recipient
Devan Abercrombie of the Fort Dupont
Ice Hockey Club.
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attend college.
Pediatric Health and Fitness
Flashes of Hope
Monumental Sports & Entertainment
Foundation partnered with Flashes of
Hope, donating $20,000 to help fund
its D.C. and Northern Virginia chapters.
As a part of the partnership, players
from the Capitals, Mystics and Wizards
participate in photo shoots with the
cancer patients. Capitals forward
Jason Chimera and Wizards center
Marcin Gortat participated in a photo
shoot with patients in the Hematology/
Oncology Care Unit at Children’s
National Health System. Nearly 20
families were photographed during
the session with the goal of helping
children feel better about their
changing appearance.
Flashes of Hope is a nonprofit
organization that raises money
for pediatric cancer research and
changes the way children with cancer
and other life-threatening illnesses
see themselves through the gift of
photography. Nearly 300 patients and
their families were photographed
during 21 shoots and several special
events funded by MSE Foundation.
The goal of Flashes of Hope is to
photograph every child until every
child is cured.
chapter based at Inova Fairfax Hospital
for Children and the Children’s Center
for Cancer and Blood Disorders.
Dreams for Kids
For the fourth-consecutive year the
Washington Capitals teamed up with
Dreams for Kids to host an Extreme
Recess hockey clinic at Kettler Capitals
Iceplex. The clinic was funded by MSE
Foundation and gave many of the
children the opportunity to skate and
play hockey for the first time.
The Capitals’ Connor Carrick, John
Erskine, Jack Hillen and Joel Ward,
along with mascot Slapshot, skated
and played hockey with 100 children
with physical and developmental
disabilities. The players spent the
clinic instructing children on how to
skate and pushing the sleds of children
trying out sled hockey. They also
signed autographs and took photos
with attendees.
Dreams for Kids is a nonprofit
international youth organization
whose mission is to empower young
people of all abilities through dynamic
leadership programs and life-changing
activities. Their Extreme Recess clinics
pair each child with a volunteer so
every child is engaged effectively.
The event was held in conjunction with
the Capitals celebration of Hockey is
for Everyone month, a league-wide
initiative that offers children of all
backgrounds opportunities to play
hockey and leverages the sport of
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Dreams for Kids Skate
Recap Video
hockey as a catalyst to teach essential
life skills and the core values of
hockey: commitment, perseverance
and teamwork.
KaBOOM!
Monumental Sports & Entertainment
Foundation funded a Capitals-,
Mystics- and Wizards-themed
KaBOOM! playground at Imagine
Lincoln Public Charter School.
Washington Capitals Jack Hillen,
Matt Niskanen and Joel Ward;
Washington Mystic Tierra RuffinPratt; and Washington Wizards
alumnus Bob Dandridge joined more
than 150 volunteers from Imagine
Lincoln Public Charter School, MSE
Foundation, organizers from KaBOOM!
and residents of the Temple Hills
neighborhood to build a playground.
The playground’s design was based
on drawings created by children who
participated in a Design Day event,
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3 Kaboom Playground Build
Recap Video
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Since 2010 the Capitals and MSE
Foundation have provided more than
$73,000 in grants for Flashes of
Hope, establishing the D.C. chapter
at Children’s National, and now
supporting the Northern Virginia
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Dreams for Kids Photo Gallery
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Flashes of Hope Photo Gallery
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Kaboom and Justin Peters
Photo Gallery
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Kaboom Playground Build
Photo Gallery
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which Capitals goalie Justin
Peters attended. During the
summer of 2014 Imagine Lincoln’s
playground was destroyed by
arson. The new equipment
provides more than 450 Temple
Hills children with a safe place to
play.
Volunteers completed the build
in six hours, including moving
160 cubic yards of mulch,
mixing more than 1,500 pounds
of concrete and assembling
the play structure. Volunteers
built an outdoor classroom and
chalkboard and painted a mural.
The playground is the second built
by KaBOOM! and Monumental
Sports & Entertainment
Foundation, and the fourth
built with the assistance of the
Washington Capitals.
KaBOOM! is a national nonprofit
dedicated to saving play for America’s
children by creating great playspaces
through the participation and
leadership of communities. The
Capitals partnered with KaBOOM! to
build a Capitals-themed playground at
Associates for Renewal in Education
in Washington, D.C., in 2011 and with
the Alexandria Redevelopment and
Housing Authority at Hopkins-Tancil
Court in Alexandria, Va., in 2012. In
2013 MSE Foundation partnered with
KaBOOM! to build a Capitals-, Mysticsand Wizards-themed playground at
Eagle Academy Public Charter School
in Washington, D.C.
Make-A-Wish Foundation of the
Mid-Atlantic
Working through the Make-A-Wish
Foundation of the Mid-Atlantic,
Washington Capitals forward Nicklas
Backstrom helped facilitate the wish
of Sam Becker, 12. Backstrom met Sam
prior to a Caps game, and presented
him with a jersey. Sam also received
a tour of Verizon Center and watched
warmups from the Capitals bench.
He participated in a meet and greet
with off-ice officials and watched a
portion of the game from the press
box. During the second intermission
Sam rode the Oylmpia ice resurfacer,
and postgame he received a tour of
the Capitals locker room and spent
additional time with Backstrom.
MSE Foundation, the Capitals and the
Wizards hosted an auction benefiting
the Make-A-Wish Foundation of the
Mid-Atlantic. “Ugly” holiday sweaters
worn and autographed by Capitals and
Wizards players were auctioned off
during Capitals and Wizards games.
The players wore these sweaters in
the MSE holiday e-card. Thanks to the
generosity of Capitals and Wizards
fans, MSE Foundation donated nearly
$4,000 to the Make-A-Wish Foundation
of the Mid-Atlantic.
Make-A-Wish grants the wishes of
children with life-threatening medical
conditions to enrich the human
experience with hope, strength and
joy. Make-A-Wish Mid-Atlantic serves
children who reside in central and
southern Delaware, the District of
Columbia, Maryland and northern
Virginia. Founded in 1983, the Mid-
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Atlantic chapter granted more than
8,200 wishes in the Mid-Atlantic
region since its inception.
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Make A Wish Appearance on
Caps Red Line
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Make A Wish Happy Holidays
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Kids Wish Network –
Lauren’s Wish Granted
Kids Wish Network
MSE Foundation, the Washington
Capitals and Alex Ovechkin granted
the wish of Kids Wish Network child
Lauren Santora, 8. Lauren joined
Ovechkin for breakfast at Kettler
Capitals Iceplex and received a tour of
the Capitals locker room, where she
was presented with her own stall and
new equipment. Following practice she
skated with Ovechkin and several of
his teammates. In addition the Santora
family went on a shopping spree
at the Team Store courtesy of MSE
Foundation.
Lauren’s wish experience continued at
the Caps game the next day where she
watched warmups from the Capitals
bench and stood on the blue line with
the starting lineup during the national
anthem. After watching the game
from Ovechkin’s seating section, “Ovi’s
Crazy 8s,” Lauren spent more time
with Ovechkin in the Capitals locker
room.
Kids Wish Network is a nationwide
charitable organization dedicated
to infusing hope, creating happy
memories and improving the quality
of life for children having experienced
life-altering situations.
The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
of the National Capital Area
MSE Foundation donated $50,050 to
the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s
National Capital Area Chapter raised
through a Capitals jersey auction
during the team’s Hockey Fights
Cancer night. The Leukemia &
Lymphoma Society (LLS) is the world’s
largest voluntary nonprofit health
organization dedicated to funding
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blood cancer research and providing
education and patient services.
During Hockey Fights Cancer night,
the Foundation auctioned autographed
purple jerseys that the players wore
during warmups. The jerseys featured
a Hockey Fights Cancer patch on
the front with the player’s name
and number in white twill backed in
lavender with ribbon cutouts on the
numbers. Lavender is the official color
the NHL’s Hockey Fights Cancer month,
as it represents all forms of cancer.
Hockey Fights Cancer-themed goalie
masks worn by goaltenders Braden
Holtby and Justin Peters also were
auctioned.
Twenty-one jerseys were auctioned
for $1,000 or more, with captain Alex
Ovechkin’s jersey the top seller at
$4,250. Holtby’s mask was auctioned
for $6,500, while Peters’ mask was
auctioned for $4,000. Other top bid
recipients were jerseys worn and
autographed by Nicklas Backstrom,
Jay Beagle, Troy Brouwer and Eric
Fehr.
Before the game 11-year-old cancer
survivor and Capitals fan Ryan Darby
participated in a ceremonial puck drop
with Alex Ovechkin.
Through Hockey Fights Cancer night,
the Capitals and MSE Foundation have
donated $89,571 to LLS since 2013.
Capitals players, team personnel, front
office staff and broadcast partners
also participated in the initiative. All
players’ helmets featured a Hockey
Fights Cancer decal. In addition
coaches, broadcasters and team
personnel wore commemorative
Hockey Fights Cancer ties.
Hockey Fights Cancer is an initiative
founded in 1998 by the National Hockey
League and the National Hockey
League Players’ Association to raise
money and awareness for hockey’s
most important fight. To date, through
the NHL’s U.S. and Canadian charitable
foundations, more than $12.8 million
has been raised through the Hockey
Fights Cancer initiative to support
national and local cancer research
institutions, children’s hospitals,
player charities and local cancer
organizations. The Hockey Fights
Cancer program is also a component
of the NHL’s “Biggest Assist Happens
Off the Ice” campaign - the league’s
long-standing tradition of addressing
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important social issues in North
America and around the world.
Children’s National Health Sysytem
MSE Foundation donated $7,500 to
Children’s Hospital Foundation, the
fundraising arm for Children’s National
Health Center in Washington, D.C. The
foundation partners with individual
donors, corporations and community
organizations to help the doctors,
nurses and clinicians at Children’s
National fulfill their vision to transform
children’s health in the Washington
area, across the country and around
the world. The Children’s Hospital
Foundation raises money to support
Children’s National Health System.
Nelson Burton, Sylvain Cote, Alan
Hangsleben and Rod Langway, along
with Red Rockers, distributed blankets
to hospital patients through the NHL’s
The Biggest Assist Happens Off the
Ice social responsibility program. In
December, Capitals goaltending coach
Mitch Korn; players Andre Burakovsky,
Jack Hillen, Evgeny Kuznetsov, Brooks
Laich, Brooks Orpik, Justin Peters
and Tom Wilson; alumnus Alan May;
mascot Slapshot; and Red Rockers
visited the Center for Cancer and
Blood Disorders at Children’s National.
They distributed blankets to children
and participated in a holiday-themed
arts and crafts project with patients in
the hospital’s main atrium.
Capitals players, better halves and
alumni have made a tradition of
visiting Children’s National each
season since 1984.
Children’s National, based in
Washington, D.C., has been serving the
nation’s children since 1870. Children’s
National’s hospital is Magnet®designated and is consistently ranked
among the top pediatric hospitals by
U.S.News & World Report and the
Leapfrog Group.
The Capitals visited Children’s National
twice in 2014. In February alumni
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Capital Players and Alumni
Visit Children’s National Health
System
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CRL Extra – Children’s National
Health System Visit
Military and Veterans’ Affairs
Courage Presented by Telos
Corporation
MSE Foundation donated nearly
$137,000 to Tragedy Assistance
Program for Survivors (TAPS) through
its Courage program presented by
Telos Corporation.
Connor Carrick and Jack Hillen hosted
more than 120 children and adults
assisted by TAPS for a skating party
at Kettler Capitals Iceplex. Attendees
participated in an hour-long skating
session with the Capitals players,
mascot Slapshot and Red Rockers.
Courage Caps and T-shirts were
sold at Capitals home games, at
WashingtonCaps.com and at the team
stores at Kettler Capitals Iceplex and
Verizon Center. Wizards Courage hats
were sold at Wizards home games and
at the Team Store at Verizon Center.
Both teams had a limited number of
autographed hats available for sale
with the Caps also selling autographed
T-shirts.
The Wizards tipped off their Courage
program by treating TAPS families to a
luncheon at the Player’s Club in Verizon
Center with a visit from mascot G-Wiz
and Wizard Girls. After practice the
families got to meet Wizards players
on the practice court and shoot some
hoops.
During the Capitals program launch,
American-born players John Carlson,
While 2014 marked the second season
for the Wizards Courage program, it
was the seventh season the Capitals
hosted the campaign. During the past
three seasons the Courage initiative
has raised nearly $350,000 for
TAPS. Since its inception the
Courage program has raised
nearly $500,000 for worthwhile
charities, including Our Military
Kids, USO-Metro and The Fisher
House Foundation. Through
the program more than 15,000
Courage hats have been sold in
seven years and nearly 7,000
Courage T-shirts have been sold
in five years.
TAPS is a nonprofit organization
that provides ongoing emotional
help, hope and healing to all who
are grieving the death of a loved
one in military service to America.
TAPS offers comfort and care
through comprehensive services
and programs, including peerbased emotional support, case
work assistance, regional seminars and
retreats for adults, Good Grief Camps
for children, and grief and trauma
resources. Founded out of tragedy
in 1994, TAPS has assisted more than
30,000 grieving military families and
their caregivers.
VIDEO
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Courage Caps Skate Party
Recap Video
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Courage Caps Check
Presentation Video
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Wizards Magazine –
Wizards Courage Feature
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Wizards Spend Veteran’s Day
with Military Families
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Wizards Courage Caps on
Fox 5 News
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Wizards Courage Caps Launch
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Courage Caps on Caps
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Hunger and Homelessness
Family-to-Family
For the fourth-straight year all three
Monumental Sports & Entertainment
sports teams collaborated on the
Family-to-Family program, which the
Wizards created 18 years ago. The
program allows the Capitals, Mystics
and Wizards to “adopt” families in need
who are nominated by local schools
and nonprofit organizations. During the
2014 holiday season 20 families were
adopted by MSE Foundation and an
additional 20 families were adopted by
individual players, coaches and staff
members.
The Family-to-Family program kicked
off when wives and girlfriends
shopped for nearly 100 adults and
children adopted through the program.
Participants included Capitals better
halves Mandy Alzner, Carmen Brouwer,
Sarah Chimera, Amelia Falk (Marcus
Johansson), Ivy Geddis (assistant
coach Blaine Forsythe), Courtney
Parrie Green, Andi Lambert, Erin Orpik,
Kim Trotz and Claire Volpatti; Mystics
guards Tayler Hill and Tierra RuffinPratt; and Wizards better half Courtney
Webster. Clothing, educational
items and toys were purchased
for the children, while clothing and
household items along with gift cards
were purchased for the parents and
guardians. Walmart, who served as a
partner on the program, hosted the
shopping outing.
Five lucky families were selected
to have their presents personally
delivered to them by the Wizards
and Mystics. Wizards players Bradley
Beal, Rasual Butler, Paul Pierce, Otto
Porter, Garrett Temple and John Wall,
along with coach Randy Wittman,
Mystics player Tierra Ruffin-Pratt,
Wizards mascot G-Wiz and Wizard
Girls delivered gifts to these local
underserved families.
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The group, along with MSE staff
members, boarded a bus at Verizon
Center loaded with gifts for the
families. The players spent the
afternoon delivering presents to the
families in southeast and northwest
Washington.
To conclude the Family-to-Family
program, all of the adopted families
were invited to a holiday party hosted
by the Capitals at Kettler Capitals
Iceplex. The children and families in
attendance enjoyed an afternoon of ice
skating, street hockey, refreshments
and fun with Capitals coach Barry
Trotz and his wife, Kim, forward
Troy Brouwer and his wife, Carmen,
defenseman John Carlson, team
mascot Slapshot, Red Rockers and a
special appearance by Santa. At the
end of the event, the families left with
bags overflowing with holiday gifts
from MSE Foundation and the Capitals,
Mystics and Wizards.
The families selected for participation
in the Family-to-Family program
were nominated by local schools and
nonprofit organizations, including
Bright Beginnings, Catholic Charities,
Drew Elementary School, Imagine
Hope, Playworks and The Salvation
Army National Capital Area Command.
Food 4 Families
The Capitals, Mystics and Wizards
partnered with NBC4 to host the Food 4
Families food drive at Verizon Center.
Capitals defenseman Matt Niskanen;
Mystics guard Tierra Ruffin-Pratt,
coach Mike Thibault, assistant coach
Eric Thibault; and Wizards center
Marcin Gortat, general manager
Ernie Grunfeld, coach Randy Wittman
and his wife, Kathy, assistant coach
Don Newman and his wife, Michelle,
assistant coach Howard Eisley and
Martell Webster’s wife, Courtney, all
stopped by the drive, joining NBC4’s
Pat Lawson Muse to help collect
food and monetary donations. MSE
Foundation donated $10,000 to the
cause, which provides food to families
in need throughout the region during
Thanksgiving.
The drive helped Food 4 Families raise
more than $50,000 in cash donations
and feed 4,000 families.
The Salvation Army National Capital
Area Command
In conjunction with the Capitals and
Wizards toy drives, MSE Foundation
donated $10,000 to The Salvation
Army National Capital Area Command.
Founder, chairman, majority owner
and CEO of Monumental Sports &
Entertainment Ted Leonsis presented
the check to Major Reckline, area
commander, and Dale Bannon,
executive director for community and
professional services for The Salvation
Army of the National Capital Area.
The Salvation Army served as the
beneficiary of both the Capitals and
Wizards toy drives, where more than
1,500 toys were donated. The teams
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also hosted bell ringers as part of The
Salvation Army’s Red Kettle Campaign.
The Salvation Army National Capital
Area Command assisted more than
85,000 individuals last year from
families living across the Greater
Washington region by providing help
and hope through a diverse range of
VIDEO
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2014 Family-to-Family
Recap Video
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MSE Foundation Family-toFamily Recap Video
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Food for Family NBC
Washington Video
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Family-to-Family Photo Gallery
social services. They offer emergency
eviction and utility cut-off prevention
assistance; grocery, clothing and
furniture vouchers; meals for the
hungry and homeless; support for
the disabled, elderly and ill; drug and
alcohol rehabilitation; disaster relief;
transitional housing for single mothers
with children; and character building
opportunities for youth.
D.C. Central Kitchen
For the second-straight year MSE
Foundation provided D.C. Central
Kitchen with a $10,000 donation.
Located just a few blocks from
Verizon Center, D.C. Central Kitchen
is America’s leader in reducing
hunger with recycled food, training
unemployed adults for culinary
careers, serving healthy school meals
and rebuilding urban food systems
through social enterprise.
For the third year in a row, MSE
Foundation hosted a service project
at D.C. Central Kitchen for MSE staff
members. This project allowed nearly
40 staffers to work alongside D.C.
Central Kitchen culinary job training
graduates in the organization’s Meal
Prep program. The Meal Prep program
utilizes volunteers to make 5,000
meals daily that are delivered to 100
nearby homeless shelters, transitional
homes and nonprofit organizations.
Cup of Joe
Monumental Sports & Entertainment
staff members teamed up with
Catholic Charities’ Cup of Joe program
for a service project at Verizon
Center. Hosted by MSE Foundation,
staff members assembled 1,300
healthy “breakfast to-go” bags to be
distributed to men and women who
are staying overnight in emergency
shelters.
For more than 80 years families,
children and adults in need of help and
hope have been able to turn to Catholic
Charities to find comprehensive,
caring and competent support. In
2014 Catholic Charities had more than
65 programs working in 47 locations
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throughout the District of Columbia
and the surrounding Maryland counties
serving more than 116,000 men,
women and children of all economic,
religious and social backgrounds.
Arlington Food Assistance Center
MSE Foundation donated $5,000 to
Arlington Food Assistance Center
(AFAC), a community-based nonprofit
that provides supplemental groceries
to its Arlington neighbors in need.
Founded more than 25 years ago,
AFAC remains dedicated to its simple
but critical mission of obtaining
and distributing groceries, directly
and free of charge, to people living
in Arlington who cannot afford to
purchase enough food to meet their
basic needs.
Caps Better Halves
Homeward Trails Animal Rescue
MSE Foundation donated more than
$34,000 to Homeward Trails Animal
Rescue with funds raised through
the sale of the 2014 Capitals Canine
Calendar, an initiative started by the
Caps Better Halves. The money will
help provide medical and behavioral
care as well as permanent homes for
hundreds of dogs and cats rescued by
Homeward Trails Animal Rescue.
The calendar featured photos of
Capitals players Karl Alzner, Jay
Beagle, Troy Brouwer, John Carlson,
John Erskine, Mike Green, Jack Hillen,
Aaron Volpatti and Joel Ward with
their dogs and Nicklas Backstrom,
Mikhail Grabovski, Braden Holtby,
Marcus Johansson, Steve Oleksy, Alex
Ovechkin and Tom Wilson with dogs
from Homeward Trails Animal Rescue.
Homeward Trails Animal Rescue is a
nonprofit organization that provides
pet adoption in Virginia, Washington,
D.C., and Maryland. Homeward Trails
seeks to find permanent adoptive
homes in the Mid-Atlantic region for
dogs and cats from high-kill shelters
or whose owners can no longer care
for them. They seek to reduce the rate
of euthanasia of adoptable animals
through the rescue and placement of
homeless animals; to support proactive
spay/neuter practices; to promote
positive and ongoing behavioral
training; and to educate the public
about how to care for their animals in a
humane way.
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Cup of Joe Recap Video
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Caps Canine Calendar
Photo Shoot Video
Board of Directors
Beneficiaries
Ted Leonsis
Amidon-Bowen Elementary School
Key Elementary School
Director, Chairperson
Arlington Food Assistance Center
Kids Wish Network
Anne Beers Elementary School
Kimball Elementary School
Dick Patrick
Barnard Elementary School
Langdon Education Campus
Director, President
Better Sports Club of Arlington
Leckie Elementary School
Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Washington
The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
Trish Sperling
Bright Beginnings
of the National Capital Area
Director, Treasurer
Brightwood Education Campus
Make-A-Wish Foundation of the Mid-Atlantic
Brookland Education Campus
National Hockey League Thurgood
Kurt Kehl
Browne Education Campus
Marshall Scholarship Fund
Director, Secretary
Bruce-Monroe Elementary School @ Park View
Neval Thomas Elementary School
C.W. Harris Elementary School
Noyes Education Campus
Roger Mody
Capital City Public Charter
Patterson Elementary School
Director
Catholic Charities
Pinebrook Elementary School
Children’s Hospital Foundation
Playworks - Washington, D.C.
D.C. Central Kitchen
Plummer Elementary School
Keith Burrows
D.C. Public Education Fund
Potomac Valley Amateur Hockey Association
Sashia Jones
District of Columbia College Access Program
• Baltimore Area Special Hockey
Elizabeth Pace, chair
Dreams for Kids
• Baltimore Youth Hockey
Jill Ruehle
Drew Elementary School
• Bennett Blazers Sled Hockey at
Executive Committee
Kennedy Krieger Institute
Everybody Wins! DC
Staff
Flashes of Hope
• Blue Ridge Hockey Association
Elizabeth Pace
Food 4 Families
• Bowie Hockey Club
Executive Director
Fort Dupont Ice Hockey Program
• Chesapeake Wild Hockey Association
Friends of Fort Dupont
• Chevy Chase Club Hockey
Kelly Compton
Garfield Elementary School
• Fort Dupont Ice Arena
Manager
Garrison Elementary School
• Frederick Youth Hockey
Hendley Elementary School
• Hagerstown Youth Hockey Association
Erica Gminski
Homeward Trails Animal Rescue
• Northern Virginia Hockey Club
Intern
Hyde-Addison Elementary School
• Medstar National Rehabilitation Hospital
Imagine Hope
• NOVA Cool Cats Special Hockey
Mike Pierce
J.C. Nalle Elementary School
• Reston Raiders Hockey Club
Intern
J.O. Wilson Elementary School
• Richmond Hockey Club
KaBOOM!
• Southern Maryland Sabres
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Beneficiaries
Sponsors
Donors
• Tri-City Fighting Falcons
Eagle Force Health, LLC
Pam Aarhus
Ellen Anderson
Tyler Baker
• USA Warriors
The Carl M. Freeman Foundation
Janet Abraham
Jim Anderson
Marie Baldwin Brown
• Whaler Nation Hockey Club
GEICO
Nirmala Abraham
Mark Anderson
Gary Baney
• Valley Youth Hockey Association
Robert G. Hisaoka
Shirley Abrahams
Shanda Anderson
David Banks
Powell Elementary School
Intelligent Decisions, Inc.
Linda Achu
Duane Andrews
Megan Bapisteller
Randle Highlands Elementary School
The Leonsis Foundation
Stefan Adamcik
Michael Anker
Adam Barbour
Rosa Lee Carter Elementary School
M.C. Dean, Inc.
Danette Adams
Hina Ansari
James Barclay
Saint Luke School
Mercedes Benz of Alexandria
John Adams
Andrew Apollony
Natalie Barg
Savoy Elementary School
Mercedes Benz of Arlington
Michael Adams
Kristin Arbaugh
Everett Barilla
Simon Elementary School
The Mody Foundation
Tracey Adams
Deborah Armentrout
Nicole Barker
The Salvation Army National
Salamander Hotels & Resorts
Stephanie Adamson
Alison Armour
Michele Barndollar
Capital Area Command
Show Biz Productions, LLC
Hope Adler
Sherri Arnett
Garrie Barnes
St. Mary’s School
SMI Sign Systems, Inc.
Kathleen Aiello
Billy Arnold
James Barnett
Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors
Telos Corporation
Tiffany Ake
Karin Arnold
Barry Barrett
Gina Alascia
Michael Arpasi
Edith Barrett
Media Partners
Alison Albrecht
Anne-Raphaelle Aubry
Christina Barrow
Watkins Hornets Pee Wee Football Team
106.7 The Fan
Bob Albrecht
Alex Aucoin
Brett Barthlow
West Education Campus
Comcast SportsNet
Thomas Albrecht
Denise Aud
Rebecca Bartholomae
Woodland Tigers Pee Wee Football Team
Elliot in the Morning
Jodi Alderman
Robet August
Laura Bartolomei-Hill
NBC4
Carol L. Allen
Gina Aulisio
Makea Barton
WTOP
Nate Allen
Brian Austin
Carol Bass
Suzanne Allen
Denise Austin
Mark Bass
Dawn Alls O’Keefe
Tatyana Austin
Samantha Bateman
Stephen Alterman
Liz Avery
Leah Battaglia
Geoff Alvarez
Jennifer Azarian
Martha Batten
Karin Alzner
Tracy Babylon
Kelly Bayda
Sharon Amatetti
Melissa Bach
Walter Bayerle
Dennis Amirulla
Stephen Bacher
Lawrence Bazey
Steve Amitay
Dina Bachor
Greta Beahm
Buffie Amrein
Nicklas Backstrom
Chris Beall
Denise Anastasio
Willem Bagchus
Greg Beane
Amie Anderson
Brian Bagnall
Kristina Becker
Caitlin Anderson
Tamara Bailey
Sarah Becker
Carol Anderson
Nicole Baker
Courtney Beck-Firme
Tyler Elementary School
Watkins Elementary School
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Donors
Donors
Thomas Beckman
Michael Binkley
Joe Bouley
Lena Brisland
Andrea Buford
Katelyn Carenza
Robert Begy
Jeffrey Birdsong
Randy Bove
Karl Brock
Kendra Bulik
Chris Carey
John Belizario
Paula Bischoff
Ron Bove
Sydney Brock
Bill Bunting
Roy Cargiulo
Marianne Bell
James Blackburn
Bob Bowdey
Amanda Brock
Nathan Burchfiel
Maria Carida Zieba
Tom Bell
Robert Blackwell
Steve Bowers
Karen Brockway
Evelyn Burford
Rob Carlsen
Stephen Bellore
Debbie Blake
Jean Bowie
Edith Broderick
Jesse Burke
David Carmean
Jennifer Bellows
Shelly Bledsoe
Thad Bowman
Brookfield Properties
Leslie Burks
Denise Carmean
Nichol Bell-Sowell
Dordie Blevins
Suzanne Boyd
Candice Brooks
James Burns
Bryan Carnahan
The Benevity Community Impact Fund
Marc Blitz
Christie Boyden
Danny Brooks
Danielle Buschman
Bryan F. Carnahan
Ashley Benjamin
Matthew Blouch
Ann Boyer
Raymond Brooks
Richard Buschman Jr.
Anthony Carnevale
Justin Bennett
Jeanne Blue
Courtney Boyer
Sandra Brower
Jason Butler
Beth Carnill
Michelle Bennett
Joseph Blum
Garry Boyle
Carol Brown
Ken Butler
Patrick Carpenter
Robert Benson
Vincent Blum
Martha Bozzi
David Brown
Kirby Buttry
Kailey Carr
Susan Benson
Laura Blumenfeld
Lisa Bradbury
Donna Brown
Megan Byrnes
Connor Carrick
Corey Benton
Kristina Bobe
Grant Bradford
Erik Brown
Anthony Caddell
Dinah Carritte
Molly Bentz
Neal Bobys
Donna Bradley
Geoffrey Brown
Amiris Caesar-Smith
Warren Carruth
Nema Berezny
Helen Boccabella
Elizabeth Bradley
Julie Brown
Corina Caldwell
Erin Carter
Caroline Berg
Roger Bocksnick
BJ Bralower
Kimbereli Brown
Tewanna Calhoun
Karolyn Carter
Nick Bergeris
Mark Bond
Kirk Bramwell
Maclean Brown
Kevin Callaghan
William Carter
Dennis Bergin
Bryannia Bongiorni
Anne Brandow
Mitchell Brown
Debra Callahan
Zach Casagrande
Marc Berk
Doug Bookwalter
Matt Branstetter
Ralph Brown
Mark Callahan
Anna Casteel
Adam Berner
John Boomgard
Dwayne Braxton
Robert Brown
Heather Callaway
Marianne Casteel
Hilary Bernritter
Tyler Boos
Danny Breach
Steve Brown
Michael Callow
Matthew Castillo del Muro
Diane Bettge
Booz Allen Hamilton
Helen Breder-Greve
Tanya Brown
Katherine Campana
James Castonguay
Jacqueline Beverin
Robert Borchers
Erin Breeden
Tony Brown
Andrew Campbell
Kryssy Cates
Chris Bick
Julie Borenstein
David Breitegan
Kimberley Browne
Dana Campbell
Marc Cattell
John Bick
Elizabeth Borja
John Bremer
Stacie Browning
Neil Campbell
Taylor Cavanagh
Elaine Bickel
Katie Bortnick
John Brennan
Marla Brunell
Scott Campbell
Bridgette Cawley
Belinda Bigelow
Amy Bos
Sam Bressi
Barry Bryan
William Campbell
Shelley Caywood
Nenia Bigelow
Lisa Bos
Paula Brewer
Bobby Bryant
Paulina Capar
Annie Ceccarini
David Biko
Anatoly Boshkin
Scott Brickman
Cody Bryant
Christine Capps
Tracey Celi
Jenna Bingham
Ed Bossart
Brie Bridgett
Jennifer Buchanan
Santino Caputo
Jared Center
Jennifer Bingham
Michael Bouey
Bruce Bridgett
Renee Buck
Patti Carbaugh
Keith Center
John Binkley
Heather Boughey
John Briggs
Emily Buckmaster
Julie Carbone
Andrea Chabrow
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Donors
Donors
Julie Chalk
Sarah Cleaver
Nita Contreras
Vlad Crapatureanu
Beth Danner
Michael Diaz
William Chalkley
Julienne Clevenger
Amy H. Conway
Charlotte Craven
William Darden
Jessica DiChiacchio
Lynne Chamberlain
Lee Cliburn
Alexander Cook
Joe Craven
Zachary Darnell
Russell Dick
Matt Chamberlain
Amy Clodius
Michael Cook
Joseph Craven
Joseph Darr
Bob Dietrich
Tonya Chancellor
Anthony Close
Timothy Cook
Chris Crawford
Lisa Darr
Grant Dietrich
Jane Chang
Cerra Clough
Tom Cook
Jennifer Crawford
Ryan David
Danielle Ditzler
Robert Chartier
Destiny Cloutier
Stephanie Cooks
Mark Crawford
Steven Davidson
David Djuric
Kevin Chase
Michael Coburn
Joseph Cooksey
Sabrina Crawmer
Caroline Davies
Keith Doce
Stephen Chema
Patricia Coby
Gary Cooper
Diane Creamer
Eric Davis
Patrick Dohmann
Steve Chenevey
John Cochin
Katie Cooper
Craig Crim
Jennipher Davis
Courtney Donmoyer
Lisa Cheok
Steve Cody
Jill Cope
Donald Critchley
Steven Davis
Brian Donovan
Janice Cherry
Landon Cofer
Mark Copeland
Kevin Crochetiere
Martyn Daw
Ashley Doot
Robert Cherry
Evan Cohen
Nancy Corbett
Mark Crosby
Shawn Dawson
Terrill Dorsey
Todd Cherry
Rebecca Cohen
Jennyfer Cordova
Freddie Cross
Brittany Daywalt
Karen Doubleday
Hubert Cheung
Daniel Colacicco
Douglas Corey
Corey Cross-Hansen
Rick de la Cruz
Kevin Dougherty
Mark Cheyney
Dave Cole
Justin Costantino
Tanbitha Cucciardo
Shannen de Leon
Mary Ann Dougherty
Esther Chou
Elyssa Cole
Lou Costanza
Ryan Curran
Courtney Deach
Robert Dougherty
Alex Chough
Shannon Cole
Mark Costanzo
Ben Custer
Brian Dean
Kim Dowgiallo
Susanna Choy
Brooke Coleman
Joseph Cotellessa
Judith Cutney
Leigh Anne DeCamp
Tyler Downing
Pavel Chrastina
William Coleman
Jordsn Couick
Kelli Czarnowski
Jon Deitchman
Austin Doyle
Jon Christensen
Annabel Colling
Nancy Couleman
Cristi Dakeman
Leah Deitrick
Diane Doyle
Elizabeth Christian
Dana Collins
David Courtell
Gregory Dale
Thomas Del Priore
Joseph Dregier
Brett Christiansen
Donald Collins
Hannah Coutu
Angela Dalle-Molle
Kristen Delack
Alan Drewer
Matt Chrosniak
Leilani Collins
Alex Covill
James Daly
Robert DeLargy
Lora Drewer
Anthony Chung
Linda Collins
Farrah Covill
Karen Damato
Andrea Delic
Tim Dronsfield
Debra Churos
Susan Comfort
Sophia Covill
Raphael Damico
Camilla Deline
Lindsey Dryer
Victoria Claire
Kelly Compton
Zachary Covill
Kevin Dandy
Ashleigh DeLuca
Robert Dube
James Clapp
Esther Conder
Jessica Cowing
Kerrie Daniel
Brian DeMay
Ed Dubois
Amanda Clark
Trish Condon
J.D. Cox
Lindsay Daniel
Bonny Dempsey
Greg Duggan
David Clark
Janette Conner
Jeris Cox
Melody Daniel
Bill Denny
Cynthia Duke
Philip Clark
Kelli Connolly
Ursula Cox
Lindsay Daniels
Benjamin Derkowski
Kristina Dumas
Robert B. Clarke Jr.
Steven Conover
Neil Craig
Lotta Danielsson
Shelly de Souza
Joy Dunbar
Corey Clatworthy
John Considine
Kiri Crane
Jason Danna
Chris Deutsch
Kevin Dunlop
Quenton Clay
Patricia Contic
Laura Crane
Tory Dannenberg
Sandra di Giovanni
Allen Dunn
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Donors
Micahel Dunn
Sarah Engel
DeJanee Fennell
Patrick Foley
John Galbraith
Brian Giordano
Sean Dunn
David England
Jeffrey Fennell
Dawn Fong
Joey Galindo
Elizabeth Glista
Eva Durie
Christa Engle
Jessica Fepelstein
Chris Fontaine
Craig Gallaer
Alix Glynn
Ryan Dusseau
Timothy English
John Ferguson
David Foose
Beth Gallagher
Andrew Glynn
Brian Dutton
Lori Englman
Christopher Fern
Eric Forseter
Jim Gallagher
Erica Gminski
Donna Dvorak
Richard Ennis
Raul Fernandez
David Forsyth
Kathy Gallagher
Les Gminski
Sharon Dyer
John Enright
David Ferris
Richard Fosler
Lisa Gallagher
Mark Godar
Michelle Dyment Fanning
Kathleen Ensele
Katherine Ferris
Beverly Fowler
Emily Gamache
MJ Golnek
Robert Earl
Cynthia Epley
Anne Fiala
John Fowler
Bruce Gammill
Erin Gomez
Annette Easter
Steven Epp
Jennifer Fierroz
Bob Fox
Kimberly Garcia
John Goode
Vanessa Eddy
Bob Erickson
Richard Fierroz
Laura Fraedrich
Charlene Gardiner
Julia Goodwin
Eileen Eder-Moreau
Jennifer Eskin
Toni Filingeri
Maria Frager
Emily Gardner
Sheldon Gordon
Leah Edwards
Heather Esperson
Anthony Finch
Howard Frame
Christine Garner
Janice Gorrie
Nicole Edwards
Joni Everett
Adam Fink
Elizabeth Frank
Marie Garrenton
Robert Gottfried
Sherry Edwards
Kimberly Evering
Ioanna Firippis
Jennifer Frank
Molly Garrett
Margaret Gough
Camethices Edwards-Ramsey
Rita Exter
Beverly Fischetti
Navarone Frank
Ashley Garrity
Karen Gould
Marcos Efron
Gregory Eyler
Steven Fish
Patricia Frank
Jason Garwacki
Martha Grant
Diane Eggerman
Joan Fainberg
Darnelle Fisher
John Frawley
Lisa Gasparott
Alex Graynovskiy
Charles Ehrlich
Kevin Falconer
Jamie Fisher
Suzie Frazier
John Gatza
Barbara Green
Kayla Ehrlich
Kylie Fargo
Zachary Fithian
Josh Fredricks
Kevin Gaynor
Clint Green
Jason Eichelberger
Richard Farmer
Jayne Fitzgerald
Chris Freeman
Bradford Gee
Frederic Green
Kimberly Eickholt
Nancy Farrell
John Fitzgerald
Nicholas Freeman
Ashley Geesaman
Kristin Green
Richard Eisenman
Dave Farris
Larry Fitzgerald
Sergio Fresco
Thomas Geraci
Mike Green
Craig Ekholm
Stephanie Fassino
Mike Flammia
Jeff Fretwell
Trent Gerhart
Scott Green
Steven Elek
Shaun Faulkner
TM Flanagan
Joseph Friedman
Denise Giardina
Renee Green Smith
Allison Elkind
Tammy Faulkner
William Flanagan
Miles Friedman
Robert Gifford
Barbara Greene
David Elkind
Scott Faust
Cathy Fleming
Annamarie Frost
Paul Gilbertz
Benjamin Greene
Julia Elkind
Mary Fay
Erica Fletcher
Lindsay Frueh
Kathy Gill
Donald Greene
Aaron Elliott
Vicki Fedor
Margaret Fletcher
Russell Frutiger
Sarah Gilleski
Tyler Greene
Adrienne Ellis
Jonathan Feiler
Lynn Florence
Amanda Fursetzer
Stacy Gillespie
Julie Greenisen
Heather Ellis
Michael Feinberg
Thomas Florey
Regina Fusco
Bobette Gillette
Davis Greenwood
Erika Elvander
Lisa Felber
Matt Flynn
Colton Gabl
Dennis Gilroy II
Joe Gregory
Rob Embrey
Igor Felder
Tim Flynn
Samantha Gaffney
Patti Gingerich
Susan Greif
Tracy Eng
Matt Felts
Brendan Foard
Gale Galati
Charley Gioia
Jason Gresty
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Donors
Ruth Gribin
Stacy Hampton
Khali Heath
D.E. Hines Harris
Rebecca Hranj
Natalie Jacobs
James Griest
Abe Hamrah
Nancy Heck
Andrew Hippert
Gary Hudiburgh
Tony Jaeger
Judith Griffin
Lauren Hamrick
Kyle Heckelman
John Hirschmann
Jeffrey Hudson
Zain Jafri
Muriel Griffin
Evan Hanchett
Linda Heckman
Valerie Hlavacek
Shirley Hudson
Devon Janney
Christopher Griggs
Candace Maria Handy
Kerri Hederer
Patricia Ho
Susan Huffman
Erik Janniche
Yolanda Grimes
Mark Hanna
Sharon Heeter
Jon Hoch
Amy Hughes
Patti Jefferies
Kenneth Gross
Travis Hannam
Scott Heil
Ron Hocutt
Jessica Hughes
Theresa Jefferson
Joshua Grubb
Brett Hanover
Jean Marie Heim
Sally Hodges
Morgan Hughes
Kathryn Jeffries
Karen Grubb
Michael Hansen
Kevin Heinrich
Hannes Hoeltge
Susan Hull
Stephen Jelf
Craig Grzybowski
Gabrielle Hanson
Fran Heishman
Evan Hoffman
David Humes
Heather Jenkins
David Guinter
Kay Haram
David Helman
Bridget Hogentogler
Chris Hunt
Kathleen Jenkins
Pamela Gunio
David Hardy
John Hench
Michele Holcomb
Sean P. Hunt
Kelly Jenkins
Dan Gunn
Diane Hardy
Donald Sean Henderson
Rich Holcomb
Sharon Hunt
John Jenkins
James Gunn
Phillip Harman
Mark Henderson
Kathleen Holl
Leslie Hurd
Sheila Jenks
Mark Gunn
Haley Harned
Matthew Henesy
Marion Holland
Jimmy Hurlburt
Kathleen Jennings
Marcia Gupta
Rebecca Harney
Samantha Henretty
Stephanie Hollen
Julie Hurley
Shane Jennings
Shannon Gupta
Candace Harper
George Henschel
Katlyn Holley
Nancy Husch
James Jessee
Shawn Guy
Teresa Harper
Ricki Henschel
Joan Holliday
Shauntel Husch
Lance Jessee
Lindsay Haase
Steven Harring
Jade Herman
Darnetta Hollis
Eric Huss
Christopher Jett
Billy Haddad
Ellen Harrington
Adam Hermansen
Anne Holm
Doug Hutchens
Connor Johnson
Bill Hafker
Amelia Harris
Richard Heroux
John Holt
Lisa Hutchens
Danita Johnson
Heidi Hafker
Jay Harris
Nicholas Herrmann
Rhonda Hooks
Steve Hutchinson
Dawn Johnson
Ilene Hafker
Sapphire Harris
Brett Hertel
Donna Hopkins
Vicki Hutchison
Judy Johnson
Nancy Hafner
Karlton Hart
Jennifer Hesch
Crista Hopp
Paul Ierardi
Lauren Johnson
Brennan Haggett
Rachel Hart
Anneliese Heschl
Julie Hoppmann
Shannon Ingle
Mark Johnson
Michael Hairston
Roger Hart
Tyler Heslop
Adam Hordell
Carlton Ingram
Pat Johnson
Marsha Hale
Douglas Hartig
Julie Hess
Freda Horner
Fran Inman
Greg Johnston
Brianna Haley
Amanda Hatton
Paul Hessman
John Hortie
Leslie Isler
Dania Jolley
Erin Haley
Jordan Hawes
Mara Hewitt
Gisel House
Michael Italiano
Kobe Jolley
Jeffrey Hall
AJ Hawrylak
Matthew Higdon
Bill Houston
Sara Iversen
Robert Jolliffe
Cory Hallowitz
Renee Hayes
Mollie Higdon
Alexis Howard
Vince Jacianis
Benjamin Jonas
Natassha Halverson
Charis Haymaker
Philip Higdon
Molly Howard
David Jack
Chris Jones
Richard Hamilton
Kevin Healy
Roy Hill
Raymond Howard
Brenda Jackson
Dakota Jones
William Hammelman
Tia Heard
John Hillen
Sarah Howell
Mike Jackson
Daniel Jones
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Donors
Hope Jones
Nancy Keeter
Wendy Klecker
Kimberly Kruithoff
Deborah Leer
Roxann Linn
Justine Jones
Paul Kelch
Irvin Klein
Artie Kuznetsov
Marie Leibig
Stephen Lippold
Melvin Jones
Teri Keller
Angela Kleis
Jack Kwait-Blank
William Leidt
Kathleen Lisko
Taylor Jones
David Kelly
Veronique Klimonda
Dan La Vecchia
Gregory Leitner
Andy Liu
Wendy Jones
Hugh Kelly
Shane Knickman
Ed Labonte
Michael Leland
Jaden Liu
Lauren Jost
Matt Kempel
Anthony Knight
David LaCroix
Danielle Lembo
Malcolm Liu
Alexei Joukov
Jane Kendall-Bowman
Susan Knight
Sandra Laeser
Raina Lenney
Jason Llewellyn
Brian Joy
Laura Kennedy
Mary Knowles
Dave LaFave
Jayne Lenz
Joanne Lloyd
Edward Joyce
Cheryl Kenny
Mike Knowles
Brooks Laich
Anna Leong
Racquel Lockett-Finch
Denis Juresic
Kelsey Kerle O’Brien
Ashley Koerber
Brooks Lake
Zach Leonsis
Chris Lodge
Dennis Jutze Jr.
Jack Kerns
Kaley Koester
Barbara Lamos
Bryan Lesniewski
Karen Lofton
Chuck Kacsur
Judy Kessler
Afua Koi-Larbi
Dennis Landis
Elizabeth Lessig
Corey Logesky
Robert Kadlec
Riley Kessler
Charlotte Koi-Larbi
Jodie Langford
Cynthia Lester
Laura Lohmeyer
Michael Kadow
Stella Kestell
Chris Koi-Larbi
Kristina Lanzarotta
Frances Lester
Phoenix Lombardi
Nikki Kagey
Mary Kester
L.J. Koi-Larbi
David Lanzer
Christine Lettieri
Tom Lombardo
Lori Kalcheff
Peter Kesterson
Keri Kolbay
Paula Lapp
Christopher Lettieri
Charles Lonaeus
Lyle Kampf
Danielle Kichler
Gary Kolker
Linda LaRoche
Matthew Lettieri
Thomas Long
Lisa Kane
Kelly Kiernan
Leslie Komarnicki
Bryan Larsen
Michael Lettieri
William Long
Myriam Kane
Bryan Kilikewich
Raquel Kondracki
Joan Larsen
Ben Leubsdorf
Katrina Longest
Gayle Kansagor
Jon Kilikewich
Linda Konrath
Kimberlee Larson
Alan Levine
Laurance Longtin
Danielle Kapaska
Berkely Kim
Dolores Kotzian
Susan Lattin
Mitch Levinson
Christopher Lopez
Michael Karalewich
Hayden Kim
Christina Koudelka
Benjamin Laurenson
Ashleigh Lewis
Marcos Lopez
Jami Kasco
Julie Kim
Cheyanne Koval
Cheryl Lawbaugh
Jennifer Lewis
Jason Lorch
Elizabeth Katzman
Maria Kim
Christopher Koves
Leslie Lawley
John Lewis
Katie Lorenz
Amanda Kavanagh
Lisa Kimmer
Beth Krahl
Yvonne Lawson
Linda Lewis
Deena Loudon
Amy Kavelman
Justin King
Sarah Kraholik
Jessica Lawyer
Monique Lewis
Lindsay Louise
Richard Kay
Matt Kinnear
Dawn Kral
Steve Layton
Ryan Lewis
Emily Love
Katie Kazukynas
Andrew Kinsey
Tim Kral
Terry Leach
Lidia Liddell
Brian Lowe
Patricia Keane
Julia Kirkendall
Edward Kratovil
Susan Leannarda
Marc Liebermann
Jay Lownsbery
Birte Keays
Devora Kirschner
Karen Kraus
Casey Leber
Howard Lightcap
Lisa Lowrey
Lisa Keeley
Neil Kishter
Ricky Krebs
Thomas LeCates
Andy Lillycrop
Carlen Loy
William Keeley Jr.
Michael Kitlan
Kevin Kresloff
Arthur Lee
Brian Lindberg
Caitlin Lucas
Jennifer Keeling
Debra Kittredge
Daniel Krifcher
Eric Lee
Steven Lingo
Erik Lucas
Ashley Keene
Fred Klauber
Kartik Krishnan
Thomas Lee
Thomas Link
Kenna Lucas
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Donors
Donors
Richard Lueders
Maxwell Mark
Kevin McClung
Anne McRae
Lisa Miller
George Moran
Laura Luke
Brian Markham
Katie McClure
DeLano McRavin
Rachael Miller
Alfred Moreau
Lindsay Luke
Howard Marks
Shanna McComb
Randolph Medina
Steven Miller
Andrew Morgan
Robert Luke
Scott Marks
Colin McCoy
Melissa Medley
Susan Miller
Angela Morris
Fay Lumpkins
Karen Marr
Pam McCoy
Suzi Mein
Sydney Miller
Chris Morris
Michael Lunsford
Christie Marshall
Larry McCullen
Claire Meissner
Harry Millios
Jennifer Morrison
Louise Lusby
Daryl Martin
Terrence McCullough
John Melanson
Rachel Millios
David Morse
Steven Ly
Elizabeth Martin
David McDermott
Nancy Melara
Samantha Millman
Ron Moser
David Lynn
Jennifer Martin
Jacqueline McDonald
Andrew Melnick
Natalie Mills
Roger Moskowitz
John Lyonnais
Joe Martin
Kayla McDonald
Samantha Mendell
Jean Minetree
William Motzko
Annie Mack-Evans
Robert Martin
Mike McDowell
Mikhail Mendelzon
Gregory Minkoff
Robert Moyer
Harley Macleod
Shannon Martin
John McEwan
Sandra Mercer
Robert Minnitte
Ellen Mule
Carole Maclure
Kara Martinez
Malcolm McGaughy
Kevin Merrill
John Mioduszewski
George Mulherin
Heather MacTavish
Laura Martinez
Maximilian McGraw
Robert Merritt
Sheri Mirilovich
Susanne Mullen
Tara Mahoney
Kathleen Mason
Mike McGraw
John Mertens
LaCresha Mirrielees
Trina Mullins
Tori Mahoney
Kristen Mason
Katie McGreevy
Ryan Mettinger
Madison Mirrielees
Shane Mulready
Andrew Maksimovich
Sheldon Massey
Eric McGuire
Pam Meurer
Naveen Modi
Emily Munson
Allison Maliszewsk
Todd Masters
Kristin McHarg
Daniel Meyer
Michelle Mogilensky
Belinda Murchake
Connor Mallon
Michael Mastromichalis
Tripp McHenry
Mozelle Meyers
Keith Mohney
Debra Murphy
Rosemary Malone
Frederick Mattes
Will McIntire
Jennifer Michaels
Allan Mohning
Doug Murphy
Kirsten Maloney
Bob Matthews
Debra McIntosh
Ed Micka
Ronald Molinas
James Murphy
Maggie Maloney
Michael Mattison
Jon McIntyre
Sylvia Midgett
Cheryl Molloy
Michelle Murphy
Timothy Maney
Nicole Matuska
Thomas McKee
Patricia Miers
Jim Monk
Sue Murphy
Gale Mangini
Ken May
Mark McKeown
Jillian Milbert
Ruth Monroe
Amanda Murray
DJ Manion
Joanna Mayers
Jenn McKibben
Jill Miler
Michael Montgomery
Ben Murray
Sonya Mann
David Mayle
Jarrod McLellan
Kristen Miles
Robert L. Montgomery
Jason Murray
Cheryl Manning
Kathy L. Mayo
David McMahan
Shelley Miles
Donald Moore
Tyler Murray
Frank Manning
Sean McAllister
Alexis McManus
Tom Miles
Gary Moore
Yvette Murray
Regina Manning
Jamie McAteer
Charlie McManus
Charles Miller
Greg Moore
Nancy Mussari
Brianne Marchelletta
Belinda McCall
Bruce McNair
Chris Miller
Judith Moore
BIlly Mutter
Christina Marchione
Marcie McCauley
Jeannie McNally
Diane Miller
Marie Moore
Karen Myers
Gregory Marcum
Paul McClain
Grace McNamara
Emily Miller
Mary Moore
Shannon Myrick
Scott Marcum
Chelese McClain
Jessica McNiece
Jeffrey Miller
Lisanne Morales
Daniela Nagar
Matthew Marcus
Stephen McCloskey
Laurie McParland
Kent Miller
Beth Moran
Brian Nahar
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Donors
Donors
Ariana Nasatka
Susan Northcutt
Paul Oxley
Bruce Pepsin
Angela Ponish
Michael Ragsdale
Jarrett Nash
Michael Novak
Caitlin Ozturk
Cory Perdue
Benedetta Ponsart
Kelly Rakusin
Nicole Natale
Karl Novogoratz
Paula Pagano
David Permar
Scott Ponsor
Ellen Ramsay
James Nau
Kyle Obal
Jessica Pagayoya
Mindy Permut
Debi Poole
Sarah Ramsey
Nikolai Navarra-Petrovic
Dave O’Brian
Grace Page
Jericho Perry
Joey Poole
David Rand
Braelyn Navarrete
Steve O’Brien
Raymond Paine
James Petersen
Ryan Pope
Zach Range
Darwin Navarrete
Biz O’Connor
Suzanne Paletti
Nancy Peterson
Ashleigh Popera
Rynarda Ransom
Steven Nazari
Craig O’Connor
Kelly Palmer
Kelly Petrey
Carol Popowsky
Naeemah Raqub
Thomas Neemeyer
Molly O’Conor
Bruce Pape
Salvatore Petrone
Jennifer Porter
Michael Rath
Janice Neiman
Daniel Odenheimer
Sam Park
Robert Petrunak
Abbey Potter
Joe Ratner
Janet Neimeyer
Carsten Oertel
Suzie Park
Tohry Petty
Kevin Potter
Judith Ray
Brian Nelsen
Jeff Ogle
Alex Parker
Chelsea Pflugh
Regina Potyraj
Nicole Raymond
Mary Nelsen
Diane O’Halloran
Dan Parker
Linda Phelps
Benjamin Powers
James Redfield
Jon Nelson
Ryan O’Halloran
Nicole Parker
Carol Phipps
Deb Powers
Terri Redman
Edward Ness
Barbara O’Hara
Asia Parrott
Anthony Piccirilli
Nancy Powers
Elena Reed
Emily Nestle
Christina O’Hearn
Tanya Parrott
Catherine Pickerall
Eric Prag
Patricia Reed
Cindy Nestor
Lily O’Keefe
Bruce Pascal
Katie Pickett
Barbara Prevo
Shannon Reed
Jason Neufeld
Ian Oland
Christopher Pashby
Mike Pierce
Anthony Preziosi
Robin Reeder
Margaret Neuman
Rick Olivieri
Tracy Pastian
Jeff Pike
Paul Preziosi
Janet Regan
Aidan Neustadtl
Colleen O’Neill
Tejas Patel
Lucinda Pine
Michael Prien
Tyler Regehr
Jeanne Newcomer
Victoria O’Neill
Carolyn Patt
Paul Pink
Margarita Prieto
Gail Reggio
Chris Newman
Timothy Oremus
Rebecca Patten
Charles Pinto
Robert Pristach
Robert Reiber
Cory Newton
Emily Orler
Kayvan Patti
Sara Pinto
Stacey Privman
Jason Reilly
Doris Newton
Keiko O’Rourke
Michael Paull
David Piper
John Prominski
Katherine Reilly
Scott Nichols
Maggie Osborn
Sydney Pavelik
James Pirchio
Jacob Pruiksma
Kelyn Rein
Ann Nimmer
James Osborne
Patrick Pearson
Todd Pitsinger
Mike Pugh
Rick Reinsch
Aumdevi Nirvanan-Hurt
Brian Ossip
Donna Peck
Sharon Pitts
Kevin Quaid
Jonathan Remson
Baillie Nitz
Ryan Otterblad
Cory Pecorella
Grigoriy Pivnik
Robert Quier
Amanda Rendell
Patrick Nixon
Henry Otto
Stephen Peele
Alice Plett
Bailey Quinn
Michael Reschly
Thomas Nodeen
Aude Oubelkhir
Becky Peiler
Denise Plum
William Quinones
Jesse Reuter
Bryan Nolde
Anna Overman
David Peltan
Amy Plummer
Valerie Quintiliani
Brianne Reynosa
Stephen Noll
David Owen
Michael Pendy
Tim Plunkett
Judy Rabadeau
Mike Rhodes
Kenneth Norris
Cynthia Owens
Justin Penkala
Robert Poisson
Stephanie Radek
John Rhoten
Kyle Norris
Matt Owings
Pamela Penkala
Rachel Pomycala
Lisa Rader
Laura Rice
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Donors
Donors
Barbara Rich
Dawn Roddy
Sharlene Salvatierra
Tim Schwab
Devon Sherwood
Karen Skinner
Jeremy Rich
Norella Rodgers
Brian Salyers
Cindy Schwartz
Kristie Shields
Kelly Skolada
Amanda Richardson
Megan Rodgville
Robert Sampson
Jill Schwartzbach
Rod Shields
Brandon Sloan
Andrew Richardson
Mary Roebuck
Ronda Sanborn
Marcia Scogin
Jennie Shin
Beth Sloane
John Richardson
Nancy Rogers
Sabrina Sanner
Lisa Scola
Julie Shiner
Amanda Smith
Elias Richer
Melanie Rolfe
Andrea Santman
Darrell Scott
Akane Shirata
Braden Smith
Tim Richey
Sharon Roman
Rhea Santos
Ami Scriver
Patrick Shires
Brenda Smith
Ayse Rickard
James Ronning
Laura Sargent
Laura Seeman
Karin Shockey
Connor Smith
Jack Rickard
Loretta Rooker
Randall Sasai
Elliot Segal
Emily Shopp
Darrell Smith
Heather Rickels
Isabel Roscoe
Darlene Saunders
Edward Seidenberg
Michael Shores
Erica Smith
Katie Ricks
Karen Rose
Jerry Saunders
Heather Seidenberg
Bryce Showers
Gordon Smith
Ashley Ridgeway
Jeffrey Rosenberg
Joyce Scardina
Linda Seitzinger
Michael Shreiner
Grant Smith
Joseph Riggs
Diane Roteman
Sterling Schaefer
John Seleski
Kristen Shriver
Jennifer Smith
James Riker
Hillary Roth
Katrina Schaetz
Leonard Selner
Alan Shubert
Karen Smith
Ralph Rillon
Amy Rothenberger
Clint Schank
Alexandra Serino
Anil Shukla
Marisa Smith
Suzanne Rindfleisch
Lisa Rothstein
Lisa Schank
Jude Seth
Jessie Shultz
Natalie Smith
Jeff Rinehart
Robert Roush
Peter Schauf
Jeffery Setzer
John Sierra
Renald Smith
Mark Ringwood
Alexandra Routzahn
Jon Scheffer
Joe Shabelski
Wichawon Silbert
Stephen Smith
Samantha Risch
Jonathan Rowny
Joi Scheffner
Sarah Shank
Wona Silbert
Torrey Smith
Sean Ritchey
Edward Rubenstein
Chris Schelling
Samantha Sharkey
David Silliman
Vera Smith
Jordan Ritchie
Emily Ruesch
Barbara Scherzer
Caitlin Shaw
Michael Silvay
Victoria Smith
Rich Ritenour
Sarah Ruhlman
Bill Schick
Joy Shay
John Silwonuk
Wade Smith
Patrick J. Roach
Jordan Russel
Robert Schick
David Shellem
Lee Simkins
Jeff Smith
Victoria Roach
Carolyn Russell
Sandra Schlegel
Charles Shelleman Jr.
Brad Simmons
Adam Smoot
Eve Roberts
Jordan Rust
Amanda Schlissler
Sharon Shellito
Jeremy Simmons
Andrew Smuck
Lucas Roberts
Lee Ann Ruth
Jacob Schmidt
Gayle Shepherd
Wyatt Simmons
Anne Snaidman
Nadine Roberts
John Ryan
Jeff Schneider
Patrick Sheplee
Barry Simon
Jennifer Snead
Colin Robertson
Susan Sachs
Erika Schnure
Bob Shepler
Billy Simons
Kathleen Snider
Jeff Robinson
David Sacknoff
Kelly Schroeder
Robert Shepler
Jon Simpson
Susan Snyder
Michael Robinson
Emily Sacks
Marshall Schroeder
Lori Sherdel
Tracy Sinclair
Marina Soffer
Nicole Robinson
Sarah Sadler
Lawrence Schultz
Brendan Sheridan
Lauren Singer
Christopher Solloway
Rebecca Roby
Jennifer Salaj
Mackenzie Schultz
Dan Sheridan
Dylan Singleton
Theresa Soma
Matthew Roche
Laura Salatto
Robert Schumann
Stacey Sherman
Maureen Skelly
Zach Somerfield
Patricia Rockefeller
Theresa Salatto
David Schwab
Jennie Sherrill
Margie Skidmore
Seth Somervill
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Donors
Donors
Mercedes Somich
Paul Stone
Ann Swiggett
William Thoet
Leslie Tsai
Andrey Vinokurov
Marisza Sordyl
Anita Stonebraker
Catherine Swinson
Christopher Thomas
Chris Tucker
Zachary Vinson
Melissa Sordyl
Richard Stoner
Justin Taft
Loretta Thomas
Scott Turyn
Will Vizcarra
Jon Sorensen
Leana Stormont
Brian Takagi
Michael Thomas
Bill Tyler
Megan Vlasho
Dale Sorrell
John Stortz
Jeffrey Talbert
Carlye Thompson
Eugene Uhm
Vince Vlasho
Mary Sosa
Claudette Stout
Corey Talcott
Erica Thompson
Lowell Umayam
Kerri Voelker
Tiffany Sparagana
Tessa Strasser
Jeremiah Tamagna-Darr
Joel Thompson
Sara Ural
Bob Vogt
Brittany Spaulding
Valerie Strawser
Steve Tamberrino
Marie Thompson
Kimball Utley
Paul Voitier
Rachel Spear
Nicholas Strocchia
Aaron Tarburton
Sarah Thompson
Shama Vaman
Patrick Voss
Hal Speisman
Bonnie Strong
Amy Tasker
Jeffrey Thornton
Dirk Van Pernis
Stephen Vu
Keri Spencer
Thad Strunce
Denice Tasker
Cliff Tice
Amy Vance
Eileen Vyskocil
Brett Sponaugle
Hollie Studds
Alkesh Tayal
John Tillar
David Vance
Elyse Wachob
Jody Spring
William Stumme
Kesh Tayal
Shannon Timberlake
Macie Vance
Ken Wachs
Lawrence Square
James Howard Stunkle
John Taylor
Jason Timperio
Tina Vance
Julie Wadsworth
Susan St. Jean
Valerie Stunkle
Kim Taylor
John Tobin
David Van Derveer
Saba Wagner
Tracy Stachitas
Reid Stuntz
Michelle Taylor
Joanne Todd
Victor Vandevander
Alan Wall
Svetlana Stal
Drew Sturge
Rick Taylor
John-Paul Todd
Nancy Van Gorden
Francesca Wall
Billie Stancil
Bryan Stymacks
Robert Taylor
Crissy Toft
Vincent Vanni
Cynthia Wallach
Kathy Stansbery
Jonathan Sudduth
Russell Taylor
Carlton P. Tolsdorf Jr.
Emily Vanvugt
Matt Wallich
Jessica Stanton
Michael Suk
Ryan Taylor
Thomas Toman
Michael Vanzetta
Melissa Wallis
Calvin Starcher
Amanda Sullivan
Teammates for Kids Foundation
Sally Toohey
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