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The Healthy Brain Network: Staten Island Launch

Understanding the mind of a child is one of the principal undertakings of the Child Mind Institute, but we cannot do it without the participation of many children and young people. The Healthy Brain Network (HBN) is an unprecedented research initiative through which we will collect imaging, genetic, and clinical data from 10,000 children (ages 5–21) in the NYC-metro area over the next five years. Using open science, we will share our de-identified data with multidisciplinary researchers around the world for analysis, speeding discovery with the potential to change lives.


In 2014, we made significant progress toward the launch of the HBN. Staten Island was strategically selected for the launch of the HBN because of the limited availability of mental health resources for children. The initiative will have an immediate and lasting impact on the Staten Island community as we provide 3,400 children with free comprehensive diagnostic evaluations and coordinated care as part of the data collection process over the five years of the project.

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Unprecedented research initiatives with 10,000 children participating


A Leader in Big Data/Open Science Research

The Child Mind Institute leverages the combined power of open science (the movement to make scientific data, tools, and analysis accessible to all researchers) and big data (which uses advanced technology to identify patterns in large data sets to generate hypotheses). The NIH has applauded our groundbreaking open science efforts, such as the 1000 Functional Connectomes Project and the International Neuroimaging Data-Sharing Initiative. Thousands of researchers in 2,500 cities have accessed 10,000 compiled data sets, leading to more than 630 published articles within a few years.

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Researchers in 2,500 cities have accessed 10,000 compiled data sets

Over 630 articles published through open science initiatives


Our approach is driving discovery in the search for the brain-based causes of child mental illness and leading to the development of objective clinical tools for more accurate diagnoses and treatment protocols for struggling children.



Bringing Expertise to
Frontline Providers

With more than 20% of children suffering from mental illness in the United States, we recognize that we can only reach a small percentage of these children through our in-house clinical program. Our school-based initiatives reach many more children in the communities where they study, play, and live. We are equipping parents and professionals with effective techniques to better recognize and manage the emotional and behavioral disorders of children. These initiatives extend our services to some of the most underserved children in the metro New York area.

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30 evidence-based workshops provided

1,350 educators trained


School-Based Programs

In 2014, CMI clinicians provided educational workshops, professional development trainings, and clinical interventions through the following programs:

  • Our Stress & Resilience Program built the trauma response capacity of parents, teachers, and educators to help children and youth cope with trauma and related stresses in healthy ways.
  • Our School-Based Mental Health Safety Net provided cutting-edge classroom coaching, workshops, and consultations to help teachers address the needs of children with behavioral and emotional problems in the classroom, leaving teachers more time and energy to focus on the quality of instruction as well as the academic achievement of students.
  • Our Free Workshops and Roundtables provided professionals and parents with important clinical information and evidence-based strategies to help improve emotional and behavioral outcomes for the children in their care.

Financial Aid Fund Offers Best-in-Class Care

At the heart of our community-based services is our thriving clinical program, which continues to improve diagnostics and treatment, innovating new approaches to help children succeed. Since 2010, CMI clinicians have helped more than 5,000 patients at our state-of-the-art facility, including an estimated 450 children and families who have benefitted from our Financial Aid Fund and CMI Cares Fund. Since 2011, we have provided more than $2.5 million in treatment and assistance to these families. These funds are critical as we expand our community-based services and increase our referrals from underserved communities. Our Financial Aid Fund ensures that every eligible family that calls and every child who walks through our door has access to world-class care.


Together, our clinical program and community-based services are building a strong support system for children, promoting prevention and early intervention, so that all children can reach their full potential.

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5,000 patients seen in clinical practice

Over $2.5 million in financial aid


Combatting Stigma with Stories of Hope

At the Child Mind Institute, we believe that sharing personal stories is an effective way of raising awareness about the realities of psychiatric and learning disorders. These stories hold the power to reduce the stigma that often prevents parents and youth from seeking help.

In 2014, several families and children helped us speak out:

  • The Ascencio family shared their journey to help their 6-year-old daughter, Kailee, through her struggles with selective mutism.
    Read their story here.

  • Hannah and her mother discussed how their family embraced treatment to find a solution for Hannah’s phobia disorder.
    Read their story here.

  • Maryam and her daughter, Natasha, revealed their experience overcoming Natasha’s challenges with anxiety and PTSD.
    Read their story here.

We are proud of the children who have used their own voices to break the silence about mental illness and share their stories of inspiration and hope.






Bringing Expert Information and Advice to Parents Everywhere

In addition to sharing personal stories, the Child Mind Institute continues to provide parents, educators, and other professionals with information they need to understand the emotional, behavioral, and learning challenges of the kids in their care and to make good decisions for their care and treatment. Through childmind.org and our annual Speak Up for Kids campaign, we reach parents across the country with our messages of help, hope, and answers.

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100 local and national partners

Over 1 billion media impressions from public education efforts


"Children are at the heart of everything we do at the Child Mind Institute."

A Message from the Child Mind Institute

Children are at the heart of everything we do at the Child Mind Institute. In the mind of a child is a universe of possibilities for joy, hope, creativity, curiosity, and the power to love and be loved. Too often we see these possibilities curtailed by mental illness, learning disorders, and inadequate systems of support.

We know that 75% of all mental illness manifests before the age of 24, and 50% before the age of 14. We also know that the brain is more malleable during childhood and adolescence. This is why we focus our clinical care, research, and public education on child and adolescent mental health. By intervening early, when treatments are proven most effective, it’s possible to dramatically impact the trajectory of children’s lives.

We are excited to present our 2014 Annual Report, which acknowledges the great generosity of our donors and the courage of children and young adults who inspire us every day with their energy and determination.

Harold S. Koplewicz, MD

President

Brooke Garber Neidich

Chair, Board of Directors

Statement of Financial Position

Child Mind Institute, Inc., and Child Mind Medical Practice, PLLC, Condensed Financial Information for the years ended September 30, 2014, and 2013.

2014 Child Mind Institute, Inc. Child Mind Medical Practice, PLLC Total
Assets $19,307,074 $569,343 $19,876,417
Liabilities $2,047,453 $2,741,867 $4,789,320
Net Assets $17,259,621 $(2,172,524) $15,087,097
Total Liabilities and Net Assets $19,307,074 $569,343 $19,876,417
2013* Child Mind Institute, Inc. Child Mind Medical Practice, PLLC Total
Assets $16,612,563 $820,381 $17,432,944
Liabilities $1,947,032 $2,781,335 $4,728,367
Net Assets $14,665,531 $(1,656,483) $13,009,048
Total Liabilities and Net Assets $16,612,563 $1,124,852 $17,737,415
The Child Mind Institute, Inc., and the Child Mind Medical Practice, PLLC, have been audited for the years ended September 30, 2014, and 2013 by EisnerAmper LLP. The Audited Financial Statements can be provided upon request.

Statement of Activities

2014 Child Mind Institute, Inc. Child Mind Medical Practice, PLLC Total
Revenue
Foundation, Corporations, and Individuals $5,993,285 $ — $5,993,285
Special-Event Revenue $5,557,646 $ — $5,557,646
Patient Service Revenue $ — $7,923,422 $7,923,422
Other Revenue $655,884 $351,080 $1,006,964
Total Revenue $12,206,815 $8,274,502 $20,481,317
Expenses
Program Activities $5,978,663 $6,711,326 $12,689,989
Supporting Services $3,634,062 $2,071,622 $5,705,684
Total Expenses $9,612,725 $8,782,948 $18,395,673
Change in Net Assets $2,594,090 $(508,446) $2,085,644
Income Tax (Benefit) $ — $7,595 $7,595
Net Assets at Beginning of Year $14,665,531 $(1,656,483) $13,009,048
Net Assets at End of Year $17,259,621 $(2,172,524) $15,087,097
2013* Child Mind Institute, Inc. Child Mind Medical Practice, PLLC Total
Revenue
Foundation, Corporations, and Individuals $6,128,051 $ — $6,128,051
Special-Event Revenue $5,830,996 $ — $5,830,996
Patient Service Revenue $ — $7,589,247 $7,589,247
Other Revenue $982,129 $258,581 $1,240,710
Total Revenue $12,941,176 $7,847,828 $20,789,004
Expenses
Program Activities $5,574,565 $5,920,921 $11,495,486
Supporting Services $3,669,036 $2,829,794 $6,498,830
Total Expenses $9,243,601 $8,750,715 $17,994,316
Change in Net Assets $3,697,575 $(902,887) $2,794,688
Income Tax (Benefit) $ — $7,595 $7,595
Net Assets at Beginning of Year $10,967,956 $(746,001) $10,221,955
Net Assets at End of Year $14,665,531 $(1,656,483) $13,009,048
*2013 Balances were reinstated.

The donors below are change makers in the truest sense. Their passion and commitment allow us to serve children and families with education that empowers, care that changes lives, and science that breaks new ground.

As of October 1, 2013–September 30, 2014

Leader ($100,000+)

  • Margaret S. Bilotti
  • Phyllis Green and Randolph Cōwen
  • Eig Family Foundation
  • Beth and Michael Fascitelli
  • Debra G. Perelman and Gideon M. Gil
  • Goldman Sachs Gives
  • Margaret M. Grieve / Grieve Family Funds
  • Deborah and Allen Grubman
  • Sarah and Geoffrey Gund
  • Elaine Thomas and Joseph Healey
  • Jaideep Khanna
  • Christine and Richard Mack
  • The John P. and Anne Welsh McNulty Foundation
  • Julie and Edward Minskoff
  • The Mnuchin Foundation
  • Brooke Garber Neidich and Daniel Neidich
  • New York City Council
  • New York State Office of Children and Families
  • Amy and John Phelan
  • The Poses Family Foundation
  • Eileen and Brian Riano
  • Linnea and George Roberts
  • Robin Hood Foundation
  • Simon Rothery
  • Abigail Pogrebin and David Shapiro
  • Sidney Garber Fine Jewelry
  • Min Sun
  • Preethi Krishna and Ram Sundaram
  • Maggie and Ashok Varadhan
  • Andrea Vella
  • Lynn and Elisha Wiesel
Board Members Randy Cōwen and Phyllis Green

Board Members Randy Cōwen and Phyllis Green provided a gift of $2 million to endow the Child Mind Institute Phyllis Green and Randolph Cōwen Scholar. This contribution supports the collaborative science efforts of our principlal researcher, Michael Milham, MD, PhD, director of the Center for the Developing Brain and founder of the Healthy Brain Network. Explaining the motivation behind the gift, Randy said, "We believe that open science will be the key enabler to bring together the significant data samples and the large number of investigators needed to make real progress in the field of children’s mental health."

Benefactor ($50,000–$99,999)

  • Tanya and Anilesh Ahuja
  • The Altschul Family / The Overbrook Foundation
  • Bloomingdale’s
  • Lisa Domenico Brooke
  • Megan and Mark Dowley
  • HealthCor Foundation Trust
  • Tania Higgins
  • Wendy Svarre / Hunter Boot Ltd
  • Jericho Capital Asset Management LP
  • Tim Leissner
  • Joella and John Lykouretzos
  • Pam and William Michaelcheck
  • Kelli and Ricardo Mora
  • Konstantino Pantazopoulos
  • Ganesh Ramani
  • Drs. Gail and Leonard Saltz
  • The Schaps Family
  • Michael S. Sherwood
  • Mr. and Mrs. Larry Silverstein
  • SkyBridge Capital
  • Titan Advisors, LLC
  • Toby C. Watson
Cecile de Jongh

The Child Mind Institute received a contribution of $100 from the First Lady of the Virgin Islands, Cecile de Jongh, who was inspired to give in honor of her sister who struggled with bipolar disorder. The First Lady’s donation is just one of her many efforts aimed at fighting the stigma confronted by people with mental illness. She is a prominent advocate for mental health in the Virgin Islands, spearheading activities to raise awareness and connect families with mental health care resources.

Patron ($25,000–$49,999)

  • Cheryl and James Andrew
  • Mamoun Askari
  • Laura and Lloyd Blankfein
  • Emily and Len Blavatnik
  • Bloomberg Philanthropies
  • BTIG
  • Colleen Foster and Chris Canavan
  • Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP
  • Vanessa and Henry Cornell
  • Kim and Jordan Dickstein
  • Andreas C. Dracopoulos
  • Eastdil Secured
  • Lynn and Wesley Edens
  • Justin Gmelich
  • J. Ira and Nicki Harris Foundation
  • Jen and Jon Harris
  • Paul J. Huchro
  • Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes
  • George Link, Jr., Foundation, Inc.
  • Luca M. Lombardi
  • Matthew Miller / National Land Tenure
  • Peeyush Misra
  • Simon Morris
  • Donald R. Mullen Family Foundation
  • Newmark Grubb Knight Frank
  • Jane Ellen Parker
  • Elizabeth and Marc Rabinowitz
  • Rasika and Girish Reddy
  • Will Roberts
  • Daryl and Steven Roth
  • Mary Henry and Howard Rubin
  • Helen and Irving Schneider Foundation
  • Harvey Schwartz
  • Marilyn and James Simons
  • Katherine Farley and Jerry I. Speyer
  • Sullivan & Cromwell LLP
  • The Taubman Foundation
  • Fern and Lenard Tessler
  • Nina and Gary Wexler
  • Anonymous (1)
Hunter / Wendy Svarre

Since 2010, Hunter has generously contributed to the Child Mind Institute in support of continued education and awareness about children’s mental health. In 2014, the company stepped up to the plate again with a donation to be a national sponsor of Speak Up for Kids 2014. With Hunter’s support, we were able to share critical mental health information through educational events across the country, our website, social media, press releases, and a high-profile PSA with the New York Yankees. Hunter has been a key player in our endeavor to transform the way people think about mental illness and to inspire hope for children and families.

Sponsor ($10,000–$24,999)

  • Elaine and Hirschel B. Abelson
  • Lee Alexander
  • Nihan and Reza Ali
  • Allen & Overy LLP
  • Vivek J. Bantwal
  • Stacy Bash-Polley
  • Dominique Lévy and Dorothy Berwin
  • Avanish R. Bhavsar
  • Laya Khadjavi and Hamid Biglari
  • The Bloomingdale’s Fund of the Macy’s Foundation
  • Eric Blumencranz / BWD Group LLC
  • Robert Boucai
  • Linda and Arthur Carter
  • The Charlesmead Foundation
  • Silas Chou
  • Thomas G. Connolly
  • The Honorable Alfonse D’Amato
  • Raphael De Niro
  • DeMatteo Monness LLC
  • Donald Deutsch
  • Alessandro Dusi
  • Frederick and Diana Elghanayan Family Foundation
  • James P. Esposito
  • Feinberg Rozen LLP
  • Shirin von Wulffen and Frédéric Fekkai
  • Steven Feldman
  • Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson, LLP
  • The Richard and Susan P. Friedman Family Foundation
  • Michael Gould
  • Joan Granlund
  • Mindy and Jon Gray
  • Greenberg Traurig LLP
  • Annie and John Hall
  • Marty and David Hamamoto
  • The Harmon/Seder Family
  • James Houghton
  • Rehan Jaffer
  • David Johnson
  • Jerome S. Karr
  • Ellen and Howard Katz
  • Anne Keating
  • Anna-Maria and Stephen Kellen Foundation
  • Josie Maynard and Jim Kelly
  • Laura and David Kleinhandler
  • Michael Koester
  • Arathi Krishna
  • Arundathi Krishna
  • Suresh Krishna
  • The Sharon Levine Foundation
  • Tammy and Jay Levine
  • Linklaters
  • Alexander Loukedis
  • Lee Lowenstein
  • Javier Macaya
  • Elise and Jim McVeigh
  • Ali Meli
  • Amy Tucker Meltzer and Jonathan Meltzer
  • David Molner / Screen Capital International
  • Lisa and Michael Movsas
  • Jon Neidich
  • NorthStar Realty Finance Corp.
  • Sukey and Michael Novogratz
  • Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP
  • Perry Capital
  • Holly Peterson Foundation
  • Julie Turaj and Rob Pohly
  • Kenneth A. Pontarelli
  • The Stewart J. Rahr Foundation
  • Joanna and Stuart Riley
  • Kim and Ralph Rosenberg
  • Jane Rosenthal
  • Elizabeth Ross
  • Pamela and Stuart Rothenberg Foundation
  • Paul M. Russo
  • Guy Saidenberg
  • Julian C. Salisbury
  • Susan and Stephen M. Scherr
  • Darren Schlanger
  • Lisa and Michael Schultz Foundation
  • Silvercup Studios
  • Nellie Chi and George Sing
  • Melvin Sirow
  • Lulu and Ed Siskind
  • Stempel Bennett Claman & Hochberg, P.C.
  • Stephanie Rein and Edward Stern
  • Stroock & Stroock & Lavan LLP
  • Michael J. Swenson
  • Teitler and Teitler
  • Amy and Jeffrey Verschleiser
  • Alejandro Vollbrechthausen
  • Claude Wasserstein
  • The Weinstein Company LLC
  • Martin Werner
  • White and Case LLP
  • Wilf Family Hospital Foundation
  • Steve Windsor
  • Anonymous (1)
Peggy Grieve

In 2014, Board Member Peggy Grieve, in partnership with the Grieve Family Funds, took on the cause of reducing barriers to mental health care for military families through Child Mind Institute’s Military Families Initiative. With her $50,000 grant, we increased vital partnerships, enhanced targeted public education materials on childmind.org, and conducted important research on challenges faced by families in the armed services. Peggy and the Grieve Family have been steadfast supporters of our efforts to improve access to care for children of military families throughout the United States.

Supporter ($1,500–$9,999)

  • A+E Networks
  • Perry Miller Adato and Neil M. Adato
  • The Romita Shetty and Nasser Ahmad Foundation
  • Kelly and Michael Album
  • Robert Allard
  • Ann and Steven Ames
  • William Arah
  • Anna and Dean Backer
  • Suzanne Aaronson and Marco Battistotti
  • Belsky Family Foundation
  • Erica and Scott Belsky
  • Fran Bermanzohn
  • Meera Bhutta
  • Linda and Jules Bonavolonta
  • The Daniel and Estrellita Brodsky Family Foundation
  • J. Christopher Burch
  • Erica Jong and Kenneth Burrows
  • Kathleen M. Murphy and Brett M. Bush
  • CCS
  • R. Martin Chavez
  • Ann and George Clairmont
  • Michael E. Cohen
  • Samantha and Drew Cohen
  • Ann and Geoff Coley
  • Jill Davis and Edward Conard
  • Dee and Kevin Conway
  • Joan D. Corey
  • Dana and Brahm Cramer
  • Creative Artists Agency
  • Heather Crosby
  • Bobby Croswell
  • Ide and David Dangoor
  • Nancy and Michael Davis
  • Benedicte and Patrick de Nonneville
  • Jeffrey deGraaf
  • David DePaolo
  • Ann DeSollar-Hale
  • Frank Doroff
  • The Dwight School
  • Brenda Earl
  • Susan and David Edelstein
  • Valerie Feigen and Steven Eisman
  • Laurel Coben and Travis Epes
  • Michael Esposito
  • ETRO
  • Lise and Michael Evans
  • Janet Landau and Peter Ezersky
  • Miguel Fabregas
  • Wilco Faessen
  • Helen and Peter Fahey
  • Sean Fahey
  • Ayla and Antonio Farnos
  • Elizabeth Fattouh
  • Amy and Roger Faxon
  • Carlos Fernandez-Aller
  • Filomen M. D’Agostino Foundation Corp.
  • Sheila and Milton Fine
  • Carol and John Finley
  • Julie North and William Fogg
  • Bridget Foley
  • Susan and Ed Forst
  • Robyn Franza
  • Brian P. Friedman
  • Jeanette Lascoumes Friedman, LCSW
  • The Friends of the Italian Cultural Institute of NY Inc./La FondazioneNY
  • Ornit and Gal Gazit
  • Dr. and Mrs. Roy Geronemus
  • Lisi and Rob Gheewalla
  • Dr. and Mrs. Avi Gistrak
  • Phoebe and Michael Gistrak
  • Bari and Neil Goldmacher
  • Brian Goldman
  • Jennifer and Ian Goodman
  • Andrea and Jim Gordon
  • Dimitri Goulandris
  • Kathryn Graham
  • The Stewart and Constance Greenfield Foundation
  • Ava Seave and Bruce Greenwald
  • Molly Jong-Fast and Matt Greenfield
  • Anne Borsch and Jamie Grifo
  • Valesca Guerrand-Hermes
  • Lynn and Martin Halbfinger
  • Marjorie Harris
  • Haynes-Roberts Inc.
  • Jeremy Henderson
  • Henick-Lane Inc.
  • Yaz and Valentin Hernandez
  • Caroline Miller and Eric Himmel
  • Shira and Jeffrey Hochberg
  • Avi Horev
  • Robert A. Horne
  • Hovnanian Enterprises
  • Robert Huntington
  • Barbara and Mel Immergut
  • ITG Inc.
  • J.P. Morgan Chase
  • Drs. Vivian Diller and John Jacobs
  • Ajit Jain
  • Christopher Jeffries
  • Stephen C. Josephson, Ph.D.
  • Jaishri and Vikas Kapoor
  • Anton Katz
  • Maria Kedros
  • Laurie Kefalidis
  • Nancy Rose and John Kimelman
  • Marie Louise and Joe Kirk
  • Kiwi Partners Inc.
  • Robert and Arlene Kogod Family Foundation
  • Julia and William Kohane
  • Linda Sirow and Harold S. Koplewicz
  • Elizabeth and Ronald Krinick
  • Amar Kuchinad
  • Marjorie and James D. Kuhn
  • Linda and Alan Landis
  • Barbara and Richard S. Lane
  • Jonathan Langer
  • Kathy and Arthur Langhaus
  • Levene Neale Bender Yoo & Brill LLP
  • Nick Levene Memorial Charitable Fund of the Dallas Jewish Community Foundation
  • Steven J. Levinson Medical Research Foundation
  • Ke Li
  • Thad Hayes and Adam Lippin
  • Andrea and Matthew Lustig
  • Phyllis and William Mack
  • Sondra and David Mack
  • Tami and Fredric Mack
  • Cia and Bob Marakovits
  • Marc Jacobs International, LLC
  • Sameer Maru
  • Mary Ann Liebert, Inc. publishers
  • Christine Mastro
  • Michael Mazzuchi
  • Sabrina and Robert McEvoy
  • Michael McGinn
  • Mr. and Mrs. Ben McGrath
  • Sonnet and Ian McKinnon
  • Richard McNeil
  • Stacie and Vivek Melwani
  • Bruce H. Mendelsohn
  • Emily Altschul-Miller and John Miller
  • Michael Millette
  • Chris Milner
  • Noel and Michele Moore
  • Eric and Patricia Moser
  • Sharmin Mossavar-Rahmani
  • Emer O’Hanlon and James Murphy
  • Lori and Todd Newberger
  • Kate and Bob Niehaus
  • Her Majesty Queen Noor of Jordan Al-Hussein
  • Mr. and Mrs. Stephen O’Neil
  • Mr. and Mrs. Gerald B. Ouderkirk III
  • Robert Ouimette
  • The Overbrook Foundation
  • Trina and Mike Overlock
  • Craig W. Packer
  • Roxanne and Dean Palin
  • Park Avenue Properties Associates, LLC
  • Victoria and Jon Patricof
  • Mary Q. Pedersen
  • Enrico Pellegrini
  • Sally Peterson
  • The Planalp Trevor Charitable Trust
  • Elizabeth and Paul Planet
  • Mark Plaumann
  • Purnima Puri
  • Arvind Raghunathan
  • Maureen White and Steven Rattner
  • Shlomi Raz
  • Jill Resnick
  • Nirit Resnick
  • Gina and Michael Ricciardi
  • Denise Rich
  • The Grace Jones Richardson Trust
  • Richard Rieger
  • Fernando Rivera
  • Liz Robbins
  • Garde Robe
  • Renee and Mark Rockefeller
  • Ellen and Alain Roizen
  • Keith Roscoe
  • Nancy and Robert Rosen
  • Lyn M. Ross
  • Armin Rothauser
  • Allison and Neil Rubler
  • May and Samuel Rudin Family Foundation, Inc.
  • Stephen Rudin
  • Michele and Antonio Sacconaghi
  • Andy Sale
  • Bette and Richard Saltzman
  • Noah Sanders
  • Kim Saperstein
  • Yorgos Scarpidis
  • Alex Scarsini
  • Peter Selman
  • Neda Daneshzadeh and Ishaan Seth
  • Anne-Marie and Irik Sevin
  • Gabrielle Shapiro
  • Davida Sherwood
  • Frankie and Barry Sholem
  • Boaz and Randi Sidikaro
  • Susan Kargman and Robert Siegel
  • Sandra K. Silver
  • Jo Anne Simon, Esq.
  • Jessica and Michael Sirow
  • JoAnn and Dan Sirow
  • Adam Sloan
  • Nazanin and Roald Smeets
  • Sarah E. Smith
  • Susan Kurz Snyder
  • Mary and David Solomon
  • Nadia Breuer Sopher
  • Steven and Farrel Starker/The Starker Family Foundation
  • Esta Stecher
  • The Sternlicht Family Foundation Inc.
  • Dennis Stevenson
  • Stephen Stites
  • Cranford Stoudemire
  • Karen and Tim Strelitz
  • Tina Yamagiwa and Ron Tanemura
  • A. Alfred Taubman
  • TD Bank
  • TEC Systems Inc.
  • The TJX Foundation
  • Cali Tran
  • Ken Trombetta
  • Savas and Silke Tsitiridis
  • Alicia Underwood
  • Urban Foundation Engineering LLC
  • Sarah Beck and Wojtek Uzdelewicz
  • Paul Van Cura
  • Suneeta Chacko-Varkey and Tom Varkey
  • Gordon VeneKlasen
  • Sue and David Viniar
  • Rafael Viñoly
  • Vanessa von Bismarck
  • Danielle and Tom Walker
  • Theodore T. Wang
  • David Wassong
  • Linda and Douglas Watson
  • Michael Weinstein and Family
  • Roberta Wells
  • Patricia Harteneck and Helmut Wieser
  • David and Stephanie Wolkoff
  • Janine and Jeff Yass
  • Manuela and Noah Yosha
  • Debra Raskin and Michael Young
  • David Ziff
  • Marlene Hess and James Zirin
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