Annual Report
We Are All Connected

At AFSP we believe in connecting people to saves lives and bring hope to those affected by suicide. Suicide is a public health crisis. It’s the 10th leading cause of death, and we can all have a role in preventing it. By uniting in this common goal to stop suicide, we are stronger together and have done much this year to educate the public about suicide prevention, advocate for public policies to advance our mission, and fund innovative research to save lives.

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Bringing Communities Together
We Are Stronger Together Our chapters, spanning all 50 states, mobilize thousands of volunteers in carrying out our mission to save lives and bring hope to those affected by suicide.

Thanks to their efforts, individuals in communities nationwide have a place to turn, no matter what their connection to suicide. Our chapters connect recent loss survivors to help and comfort when it’s most needed. Our resources ensure that more people are aware of the warning signs, and know how to connect those who struggle to help. Schools and workplaces are bolstered by our prevention and postvention materials and programs, helping to ensure safe and supportive environments for everyone throughout our communities. Thousands of family, friends, neighbors, and coworkers join together at the Out of the Darkness Walks throughout the year, symbolizing that through awareness and support, this is a fight we can win.

Celebrating Our Chapters

Chapters from all 50 states converged on Charlotte, North Carolina in January for our Annual Chapter Leadership Conference. Based around the theme of “Transforming Communities to Prevent Suicide,” the three-day event featured panels and discussions on topics critical to the organization’s mission, and empowered AFSP staff and volunteers with tools they can use to reduce the suicide rate in our respective communities around the U.S.

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Utah Chapter
Overall Chapter of the Year Utah Chapter
Greater Boston Chapter
Chapter of the Year - Large Market Greater Boston Chapter
Los Angeles Chapter
Chapter of the Year - Large Market Los Angeles Chapter
Illinois Chapter
Chapter of the Year - Large Market Illinois Chapter
Indiana Chapter
Chapter of the Year - Mid-Size Market Indiana Chapter
Kentucky Chapter
Chapter of the Year - Mid-Size Market Kentucky Chapter
North Carolina Chapter
Chapter of the Year - Mid-Size Market North Carolina Chapter
Arkansas Chapter
Chapter of the Year - Small Market Arkansas Chapter
Montana Chapter
Chapter of the Year - Small Market Montana Chapter
South Carolina Chapter
Chapter of the Year - Small Market South Carolina Chapter
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Lighting the Way

Over 350,000 people participated in Community, Campus, and Overnight Out of the Darkness™ Walks this year, raising funds and awareness while forming bonds with others that can last a lifetime.

Nearly 600 walks took place, sending the unmistakable message in communities everywhere that help is available, no one is alone, and that suicide is a health crisis that affects us all.

This past year, our Out of the Darkness Walks raised nearly $25 million, enabling us to continue our education, support, research and advocacy efforts, and much more.


walks took place


people participated


raised in total

Spotlight Story:

Solomon Thomas:
Tough Guys Talk About It

Partying for Prevention

Atlanta’s Party for Prevention, held on May 19, had over 150 guests and raised more than $26,000 for the cause. Many vendors donated their services for the annual event, which featured a silent auction with over 100 items including sports memorabilia, international travel packages and high-end art. The event also featured a delicious barbecue, live music, and a raffle for a weekend getaway at Lake Burton.

Hiking for Hope

Virginia's first ever Hike for Hope event was held on May 12, 2018 in Bedford, Virginia. The small community came out in full force to support AFSP’s suicide prevention efforts, with over 200 people raising over $18,000 for the cause. Participants hiked the trails through beautiful Falling Creek Park, followed by a moving ceremony, sharing of resources, and other activities.

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Riding to Fight Suicide

Over 100 Fargo residents got their motors running, hopped on their cycles, and spread awareness and funds during the Ride to Fight Suicide on June 30. Covering over 135 miles, AFSP’s North Dakota chapter used the event to spread the word that it’s okay to ask loved ones how they’re really doing, and let those affected by suicide know they are not alone. The event raised more than $5,000 and captured the attention of the local news.

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Funding Innovative Research
The more we learn about suicide, the greater the chance we have of preventing it.

AFSP is the largest private funder of suicide research. We shape suicide prevention efforts around the world through our Scientific Council and Scientific Advisors, determining which areas of inquiry warrant further investigation. Current topics of research include:

  • gaining a greater understanding of brain function and the genetics of suicide
  • discovering how best to help individuals in the high-risk period after hospitalization
  • understanding more about how access to lethal means impacts suicide risk
  • learning how best to help teens hospitalized for a suicide attempt re-enter school successfully
Thanks to our donors,
we’ve funded

new research


total amount invested in research in the next year


in support of current studies

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Thanks to our donors, this year we invested in 26 new research grants, totaling $5.3 million, including two Focus Grants totaling over $2.7 million.

Over the past five years, we have awarded $21.7 million in research funding.

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Elie Kennedy:
Awareness Through Art

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New Research Videos

The more we learn about suicide, the more lives we can save. Filmed during the 2017 International Summit on Suicide Research, co-sponsored by AFSP and the International Academy of Suicide Research, these video vignettes feature some of the world’s leading suicide prevention researchers sharing insight on topics including:

  • opioids
  • family support
  • safety planning
  • adolescent alcohol use and suicidality
  • preventing suicide in the gun-owning community
  • increased risk in older adults
  • screening for risk in emergency departments
  • and more
Spotlight Story:

Corbin J. Standley:
Research + Advocacy

Learning more about Suicide

Short and easy-to-understand, these new research-themed videos make suicide prevention research accessible, and are perfect for sharing on social media, helping to spread the word that through research, we can #StopSuicide.

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Education, Connection,
and Support
Fostering Understanding Through Education AFSP creates a culture that’s smart about mental health by developing evidence-informed programs using the latest science on suicide prevention, and implementing these programs across the country.

This past year, our chapters hosted nearly 2,000 education programs with close to 60,000 attendees, including community members, teachers, parents, students and clinicians.

The Talk Saves Lives™: An Introduction to Suicide Prevention program, which covers the general scope of suicide and the latest research on prevention, has reached 68,000 people through more than 1,300 events since it launched in 2015.

Since its launch in 2017, our chapters have led over 100 It’s Real: College Students and Mental Health presentations, reaching more than 6,000 students.

We also expanded our Stronger Communities conference series this year, hosting three conferences on LGBTQ+ Suicide Prevention and a new program focused on strategies for suicide prevention in New England.


education programs
hosted by our chapters


attendees including community members, teachers, parents, students, and clinicians


people reached through the Talk Saves Lives: An Introduction to Suicide Prevention program


students reached through It’s Real: College Students and Mental Health presentations

Spotlight Story:

Mary Meacham:
Bringing Education to Arkansas

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Reaching More People Through Technology Technology can play a crucial role in helping schools identify at-risk students, and quickly getting them the help they need.

That’s why we’ve teamed with GoGuardian, a leading education technology provider to supply free, on-site, suicide prevention trainings for school administrators, teachers, staff, and their parents. AFSP’s More Than Sad program, designed to teach educators how to recognize signs of mental health distress in students and connect them with help, will be made available to school at no cost with the GoGuardian Beacon™ tool, which alerts school staff when students exhibit online behaviors that may indicate risk for suicide.

More than one million students and educators have completed the More Than Sad training since its debut in 2009.

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Connecting People to Life-Saving Help Sometimes all it takes is a little encouragement for someone to reach out and receive help.

Available at schools, workplaces, and organizations everywhere, the Interactive Screening Program (ISP) is a customizable online component for any in-house counseling service. The online platform features a short stress and depression questionnaire, followed by the opportunity to have an anonymous electronic dialogue with a real counselor.


people connected over the past five years

Over 100

new schools and organizations reached this year

Over the past five years, ISP has connected over 140,000 people at schools and organizations to a counselor, ensuring they get the help they need.

This past year, ISP expanded to over 100 new schools and organizations.

Spotlight Story:

Jacky Hunt:
Connecting Students to Support

Support Through Understanding We’re there for suicide loss survivors and those who struggle.

Our Survivor Outreach Program offers in-person, phone and online visits to recent loss survivors from trained volunteers who have also lost a loved one to suicide. This past year, we received over 600 visit requests, nearly a 50 percent increase from the previous year.

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increase of visit requests in our Survivor Outreach Program


participated in our Suicide Bereavement Clinician Training


support group facilitators provided with training


International Survivors of Suicide Loss Day events

Spotlight Story:

Bubba Randall:
“For You, I Will”

On November 18, AFSP brought communities throughout the world together for close to 400 International Survivors of Suicide Loss Day events in more than 20 countries. Thousands of suicide loss survivors gathered for this annual event, coming together to gain understanding and share stories of hope and healing.

Our Support Group Facilitator Training program provides people throughout the country with the skills to support others after a suicide loss. We provided training for 260 support group facilitators this past year, and nearly 600 clinicians participated in our Suicide Bereavement Clinician Training.

Spotlight Story:

Bubba Randall:
“For You, I Will”

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Fighting for Smarter Laws
and Policies Across the U.S.
Raising a Call to Action With the help of volunteer Field Advocates in communities across the country, we’re advocating for change at the state and federal level. Suicide is currently the 10th leading cause of death in the United States, with nearly 45,000 Americans dying by suicide each year.
State Capitol Days

Our State Capitol Day events have more than doubled in the last three years. Over 1,000 people attended 32 different State Capitol Day events in 2018, educating public officials as to what they can do to help #StopSuicide in their state and communities. The result was the successful passage of 13 different bills on issues including greater data collection on veteran suicide, increased suicide prevention training for educators and primary care professionals, statewide crisis lines, and more.

Spotlight Story:

Hannah Jines:
Finding Her Voice For Her Father

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Annual Advocacy Forum

Our annual Advocacy Forum, held in Washington, D.C., brought volunteers from across the country for in-person meetings in all 100 Senate offices and 380 House offices, with information folders dropped off at all remaining House offices, urging movement on national priorities including:

  • military and veteran suicide prevention
  • greater funding for mental health and substance abuse services, and suicide prevention services
  • greater funding for suicide prevention research

We achieved several major federal successes this year:

  • passage of the National Suicide Hotline Improvement Act
  • increased funding for the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
  • funding for the National Violent Death Reporting System (NVDRS) in all 50 states, which provides essential data and informs suicide prevention strategies
Spotlight Story:

Ellen Menendez:
From Mother to Daughter

Allies in Action

Each year, we present our Allies in Action awards to our friends in government and other advocacy partners who have done exemplary work in advancing our mission to prevent suicide.

Spotlight Story:

Rev. Dr. Robert D. Flanagan:
Bringing Prevention to the Church

Rep. Grace Napolitano (D-CA-32)
Federal Awards Lifetime Achievement Award Rep. Grace Napolitano (D-CA-32)
en. Orrin Hatch (R-UT)
Congressional Awards Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-UT)
Rep. Don Beyer (D-VA-08)
Congressional Awards Rep. Don Beyer (D-VA-08)
Rep. Diana DeGette (D-CO-01)
Congressional Awards Rep. Diana DeGette (D-CO-01)
Rep. Chris Stewart (R-UT-02)
Congressional Awards Rep. Chris Stewart (R-UT-02)
Colorado Senator Linda Newell
State Awards Colorado Senator Linda Newell
California State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson
State Awards California State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson
Communications and Policy Manager for Maryland, Gov. Larry Hogan, Allysa Dittmar
State Awards Communications and Policy Manager for Maryland, Gov. Larry Hogan, Allysa Dittmar
Susan Marine
Sandy Martin Grassroots Awards Field Advocates of the Year Susan Marine — Colorado
Dr. Hollis Hackman
Sandy Martin Grassroots Awards Field Advocates of the Year Dr. Hollis Hackman — Wyoming
Mary and Vic Ojakian — California
Sandy Martin Grassroots Awards Field Advocates of the Year Mary and Vic Ojakian — California
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Saving the Most Lives in the
Shortest Amount of Time
Project 2025 Project 2025 is our bold goal to identify and implement the programs, policies and interventions that will save the most lives in the shortest amount of time.

As part of our efforts, we’ve partnered with the National Commission on Correctional Healthcare (NCCHC) to enhance suicide prevention efforts in our nation’s jails and prisons.

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of all suicides in the U.S. are by firearm


of all those who take their life visited an E.R. the year before

Fifty-one percent of all suicides in the U.S. are by firearm, and 60 percent of all firearm deaths are suicide. With this in mind, we’ve collaborated with the National Shooting Sports Foundation to conduct a first-ever survey of firearms retailers and range owners on knowledge, attitudes, and behaviors towards suicide prevention, with the ultimate goal of ensuring that our country’s many gun owners have the guidance needed to keep themselves and their loved ones safe.

We forged a partnership with the American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP), the largest emergency professional membership organization in the world, representing over 37,000 physicians, residents, and medical students. Together, we have launched an online tool (named iCAR2E after its recommended steps) for the rapid identification and treatment of patients with suicide risk in the E.D.

Protecting and Remembering Those Who Serve We made it a top priority this year to reach the men and women who serve, and have served, in our military.

AFSP formed a groundbreaking partnership with the U.S. Department of Defense and the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.

Veterans have a higher rate of suicide than the general population, yet only one in three veterans access help through the Veterans Administration. That’s why we’re also working with the Cohen Foundation, to connect veterans and their families to mental health care and other services.

Spotlight Story:

Linda Fehrmann:
Transforming Loss into Action

Spotlight Story:

Greg Reuss:
Educating Gun Owners About Firearms Safety

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Creating a Safety Net
Through Healthcare
As part of our Project 2025 initiative, we are working with Aetna, one of the nation’s leading health care companies, to provide suicide prevention education programs to their employers and customers nationwide.

Our partnership with the American College of Emergency Physicians, the largest emergency professional membership organization in the world, will result in widespread implementation of improved care for suicidal patients in emergency departments.

We’ve also launched a pilot program to implement a new suicide prevention educational model for primary care physicians and staff in 5 states, and eventually 200 primary care practices nationwide, through SafeSide Prevention.

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Creating a Culture That’s Smart About Mental Health
Seizing the Awkward Young people are more eager than ever before to talk openly about mental health. By doing so, they can help ensure their friends connect to help when they need it.

AFSP gave them the tools, guidance, and encouragement to do that by launching Seize the Awkward, a vibrant national public service campaign with our partners the Ad Council and the Jed Foundation. Filled with clever and informative posters, social sharables, and instructive videos from top social media influencers, the digital-first campaign has been viewed more than 13 million times.

Thanks to the campaign, young adults who have watched the videos and viewed the materials are 36 percent more likely to:
  • have confidence in knowing how to support a friend struggling with their mental health
  • feel comfortable starting a conversation about mental health, and connecting someone to help

video views


twitter impressions


website sessions


social media mentions


#SeizetheAwkward hashtag uses

Featured on

Mashable, Fast Company, AdWeek, Bustle, and more

Having a #RealConvo
About Mental Health

May was Mental Health Awareness Month. As part of our efforts, we launched our #RealConvo campaign, encouraging our audience on social media to let their followers know, “You Can Have a #RealConvo with Me.” Dear Evan Hansen star Alex Boniello, as well as Fox and ESPN helped get the word out. Our reach that month was 75.9K on Twitter, 351K on Facebook, and 18.4K on Instagram.

We also worked with Netflix and the creators of 13 Reasons Why, in conjunction with the show’s second season, to create a resource guide focused on how to talk about mental health for schools and students. Our 13 Reasons Why webpage containing information for parents received over 13,000 views, and had a reach of nearly 160,000 on social media. Our messages about 13 Reasons Why were featured on Mashable and National Public Radio, on a blog from Mental Health America, and in other outlets.

Increasing Awareness This past June, within a single week, our nation reacted to the loss of celebrities Kate Spade and Anthony Bourdain, followed by the release of a CDC report confirming suicide has increased 28 percent since 1999.
Increasing Awareness
AFSP led the charge in responding to an unprecedented number of media inquiries, conducting over 50 interviews from our national office, sharing safe reporting guidelines, appearing on numerous TV programs, and using this moment in time as an opportunity to guide the conversation and spread awareness, hope and education.

Anderson Cooper, who lost his brother to suicide, drew on AFSP’s guidance to conduct a CNN ‘town hall’-style program, “Finding Hope: Battling America’s Suicide Crisis,” featuring AFSP’s Chief Medical Officer Dr. Christine Moutier, who also appeared as a guest on CBS This Morning. A follow-up story on CBS focused on those with lived experience of suicide, including AFSP volunteers who have found meaning through their involvement in our work.

Senior Vice President of Public Policy John Madigan appeared in a C-SPAN report, commenting on the CDC report, rising suicide rates, and the importance of our work advocating for smarter mental health and suicide prevention legislation.

NBC senior national correspondent Kate Snow revealed the devastating impact her father-in-law’s suicide had on her family in a report featuring Dr. Moutier, who helped make sense of the impact these events had made on our national consciousness. “I feel like the two losses that occurred touched people in a very intense way. Having the CDC report launch right in the middle of that, I think has engaged people both in their heart as well as in their head, to really feel this, and understand it.”






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Nearly 9,000 new followers gained on social media throughout the month of June

“We’re definitely in a transition phase right now, where there’s both a huge progression of improvement, and a mixture of some of the old assumptions and judgements still floating around,” Dr. Moutier noted in an article in The Atlantic entitled, “When Will People Get Better at Talking About Suicide?” “I’m referring to blaming the person for being cowardly, or assuming that suicide is a sudden and unpredictable fluky moment of losing their head. That really goes against the science.”

Love Finds a Way The romance novel community came together to participate in the sixth annual Mental Health Awareness Month Book Fundraiser.

More than 37 romance authors donated a portion of their proceeds from the sales of some of their biggest titles to benefit AFSP through the Keith Milano Memorial Fund, begun by Denise Milano Sprung and her husband Larry in honor of her brother Keith, whom she lost to suicide in 2004.

Spotlight Story:

Ali Walker:
An AFSP Love Story

A September to Remember One of the risks of suicide is social isolation. No matter what our role in our community — as a teacher, a neighbor, a physician, a mother, or a veteran —it’s important we reach out and make connections in everyday moments with those we come in contact with, letting them know it’s always smart to have a #RealConvo about mental health and suicide prevention.
Christine Moutier - The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine

In September, the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine hosted a two-day workshop focused on Suicide Prevention called “Improving Care to Prevent Suicide Among People with Serious Mental Illness.” AFSP Chief Medical Officer, Christine Moutier, provided an overview of suicide prevention and evidence based strategies, including a highlight of Project 2025, along with AFSP Field Staff member, Taryn Aiken, who shared her compelling story of suicide loss and lived experience. The NASEM report summarizing the meeting presents several critical and actionable strategies for preventing suicide within the American healthcare systems.

Read more here.

The Power of Connection
So for National Suicide Prevention Week, which took place September 9-15, the AFSP campaign focused on The Power of Connection.

As part of this campaign, we launched a new “Sharing Your Stories” blog page, featuring story ideas, tips for sharing your story safely, and creative exercises for connecting with others in the form of a written blog post, video, or quote, and by engaging others using the hashtag #Stories2Connect in conjunction with our partners at The Mighty.

This year we showed people how to share their personal story by launching our “Sharing Your Stories” page.

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94% of Americans think suicide is preventable
We also released the results of a Harris Poll conducted in partnership with the National Action Alliance for Suicide Prevention.

The poll focused on the latest public perceptions regarding mental health and suicide prevention, finding that Americans overwhelmingly (94 percent) believe that suicide can be prevented, and most (94 percent) would take action to help someone close to them who was thinking about suicide.

World Suicide Prevention Day - September 10

In addition to new social sharables and graphics, and Twitter chats co-sponsored with partners including the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, which resulted in over 370,000 website visits and 23,000 new social media followers, the entire month of September was a rousing success, bringing attention to this important cause.


website visits


new social media followers

Healing Through the
Power of Song
In September, singer-songwriter Alex Boyé partnered with Randy Jackson of American Idol, AFSP, and the Forever Young Foundation to release a suicide prevention-themed song and video entitled “Bend Not Break.” Watch Video
Stories 2 Connect Hearing other people’s first-hand accounts of their connection to suicide and mental health lets people know they are not alone, and can even give them strategies for coping.

Sharing one’s own story is a healthy way to express feelings and process experiences.

That’s why this year, we launched our Sharing Your Story webpage. The page contains inspiring creative exercises, safe storytelling guidelines, and instructions on how to submit writing, videos, poems and more to our Lifesavers Blog, and how to share them on social media using the hashtag #Stories2Connect.

We’ve also partnered with our friends at The Mighty to foster an even greater sense of community by encouraging our AFSP family to share their #Stories2Connect submissions on The Mighty’s new Thoughts platform, where their own experiences can inspire immediate conversation.

One Special Night Honoring Suicide Prevention Champions

The 30th annual Lifesavers Gala, hosted by stage and screen actor Gideon Glick of our Seize the Awkward campaign, honored those whose courage, commitment, talents and passion made an indelible impact on individuals managing mental health and struggling with suicidal thoughts.


raised for the fight
against suicide

This year’s Lifesavers Gala, chaired by Jonathan Kellerman on behalf of Allergan, was held in New York City at Jazz at Lincoln Center’s Appel Room, and raised nearly $450,000 for the fight against suicide.

This year’s honorees were:
  • Dr. Cheryl King, for her work focusing on suicidal ideation and behavior among teens and young adults
  • Michael Wasserman, the CEO of Tiltify, the first crowdfunding platform designed specifically for charity livestreams, who has been instrumental in bringing AFSP to the streaming community through Tiltify, and the streaming platform Twitch
  • Electronic rock duo Phantogram (Sarah Barthel & Josh Carter) for using music to raise public awareness of suicide in memory of Sarah’s sister
  • Oskar & Laurie Eustis, recipients of the Survivors of Loss Award, for their efforts to champion and advocate for the advancement of mental health causes as leaders of New York’s artistic community in memory of their son
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The financial results this year are a reflection of our continual transformation and growth. Here are some highlights from the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention’s most recent audit: Read Full Letter

(Year Ended June 30, 2018) Slide

  • Assets
  • Current Assets
    • Cash $5,278,748
    • Investments $17,491,123
    • Unconditional promises to give and other receivables $2,153,689
    • Prepaid walk materials $1,360,852
    • Other prepaid expenses $1,013,397
  • Total Current assets $27,297,809
  • Equipment at cost
    • Furniture, fixtures and computer equipment $734,148
    • Less accumulated depreciation $513,299
  • Equipment, at cost less depreciation $220,849
  • Other assets
    • Restricted investments $1,475,615
    • Investments -board-designated $2,292,854
    • Educational films, net $111,583
    • Security deposits $80,601
  • Total other assets$3,960,653
  • Total Assets $31,479,311
  • Liabilities and Net Assets
  • Current liabilities
    • Grants payable $3,846,097
    • Accounts payable and accrued expenses $2,323,354
    • Deferred event revenue $1,931,733
  • Total current liabilities $8,101,184
  • Noncurrent liabilities and deferred credits
    • Grants payable $1,848,120
    • Deferred rent credit $223,722
  • Total liabilities $10,173,026
  • Net Assets
  • Unrestricted
    • General operating $16,611,130
    • Board-designated $2,292,854
  • Temporarily restricted $1,568,461
  • Permanently restricted $833,840
  • Total net assests $21,306,285
  • Total liabilities and net assests $31,479,311

(Year Ended June 30, 2018) Slide

  Unrestricted Temporarily Unrestricted Permanently Unrestricted Total
Revenues, Gains and Other Support        
Revenues $28,797,135 - - $28,797,135
Direct expenses ($5,551,278) - - ($5,551,278)

Net functions income $23,245,857 - - $23,245,857
Donations $12,506,085 $37,700 - $12,543,785
Other revenues $433,643 $12,422 - $446,065
Investment income $728,460 $97,520 - $825,980
Net assets released from restrictions $250,625 ($250,625) - -

Total revenues, gains and other support $37,164,670 ($102,983) - $37,061,687
Program services $21,541,837 - - $21,541,837
Management and general $1,398,743 - - $1,398,743
Fundraising $3,044,345 - - $3,044,345

Total Expenses $25,984,925 - - $25,984,925

Change in net assests $11,179,745 ($102,983) - $11,076,762
Net Assests
Beginning $7,724,239 $1,671,444 $833,840 $10,229,523

Ending $18,903,984 $1,568,461 $833,840 $21,306,285

(Year Ended June 30, 2018) Slide

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Program Services Supporting Services
Research Prevention
& Education
Loss &
& General
Grants $4,551,833 - - - $4,551,833 - - $4,551,833
Salaries and wages $547,721 $3,149,641 $1,956,032 $863,216 $6,516,610 $719,633 $1,487,421 $8,723,664
Employee health and retirement benefits $92,941 $534,453 $331,913 $146,476 $1,105,783 $122,112 $252,396 $1,480,291
Research, educational and survivor conferences and programs $134,875 $1,169,565 $563,563 $460,727 $2,328,730 - $78,948 $2,407,678
Out of the Darkness Programs - $803,522 $964,227 - $1,767,749 - $701,998 $2,469,747
Office $52,480 $752,299 $282,041 $188,999 $1,275,819 $55,076 $140,781 $1,471,676
Occupancy $39,609 $227,768 $141,451 $62,424 $471,252 $52,041 $107,564 $630,857
Telecommunications and Internet $6,090 $41,981 $28,788 $15,934 $92,793 $5,974 $16,567 $115,334
Equipment rental and maintenance $8,090 $149,075 $99,801 $35,248 $292,214 $3,829 $38,968 $335,011
Travel $90,673 $597,001 $194,742 $227,306 $1,109,722 $212,523 $84,422 $1,406,667
Consultants $99,592 $1,339,135 $472,117 $118,488 $2,029,332 $17,122 $135,280 $2,181,734
Professional fees - - - - - $137,160 - $137,160
Depreciation - - - - - $73,273 - $73,273
Total 2016 $5,623,904 $8,764,440 $5,034,675 $2,118,818 $21,541,837 $1,398,743 $3,044,345 $25,984,925
Percentage to total program and supporting services expenses 21.6% 33.7% 19.4% 8.2% 82.9% 5.4% 11.7% 100.0%

(Year Ended June 30, 2018) Slide

  • Cash Flows from Operating Activities
    • Change in net assets $11,076,762
  • Adjustments to reconcile change in net assets to net cash provided by operating activities
    • Depreciation $73,273
    • Amortization of educational film costs $29,267
    • Realized gains on investments -
    • Unrealized (gains) losses on investments ($548,005)
    • Deferred rent ($29,943)
    • Changes in assets and liabilities
      • Unconditional promises to give and other receivables ($1,929,155)
      • Prepaid walk materials and other expenses ($334,190)
      • Grants payable $981,310
      • Accounts payable and accrued expenses $854,776
      • Deferred event revenue $478,276
  • Net cash provided by operating activities $10,652,371
  • Cash Flows From Investing Activities
    • Purchase of property and equipment ($75,040)
    • Accquisition of investments ($9,984,602)
    • Proceeds from sale of investments -
    • Return of security deposits -
    • Educational films -
  • Net cash (used in) investing activities ($10,059,642)
  • Net (increase) in cash $592,729
  • Cash
  • Beginning $4,686,019
  • Ending $5,278,748

We invest our resources wisely to put more of every dollar toward research, education, advocacy and support for those affected by suicide. This past year we kept administrative and fundraising costs to 17.1 percent, well below the industry standard of 25 percent.


Program Services

Administrative Costs


Program Services

Administrative Costs

The People Who Make Our Mission Possible
We Are All Connected Message from the Chief Executive Officer
and Chair, Board of Directors

Dear Friends,

At the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP) we believe in connecting people to saves lives and bring hope to those affected by suicide. Suicide is a public health crisis. It’s the 10th leading cause of death, and we can all have a role in preventing it. By uniting in this common goal to stop suicide, we are stronger together and have done much this year to educate the public about suicide prevention, advocate for public policies to advance our mission, and fund innovative research to save lives.

Our chapters connected people in every state with resources to keep their communities safe and better informed about mental health and suicide prevention, including AFSP’s educational program Talk Saves Lives, which reached more than 75,000 people this year. We hosted over 365 International Survivors of Suicide Loss Day events, providing comfort, connection and support to those who have lost loved ones. The AFSP Out of the Darkness Walks enabled a large community of suicide loss survivors and those who struggle to connect with one another, so no one has to be alone. Over 350,000 people participated in our Community, Campus and Overnight Walks, spreading awareness and raising funds for the cause.

This sense of connection throughout the United States is only growing stronger. As of this year, we have an incredible 20,000 volunteer field advocates, connecting with their state and federal representatives and fighting for legislation and policies that will help reduce suicide. And we had several major policy successes, including the passage of the National Suicide Hotline Improvement Act, which was signed into law and will improve crisis services nationwide for people in distress.

Financial contributions increased 45 percent this year to $37 million. This dramatic growth is a result of 700,000 new and returning donors connecting with AFSP and supporting our research and programs. And once again we kept our combined administrative costs and fundraising costs to 17.1 percent, well below the industry standard 25 percent.

How we use our donations to achieve results is of the highest priority to us. This year, we increased funding for research to $5.3 million, allowing us to fund 26 new research grants and bring our total support of current studies to a record $18 million. We connected the public with a stronger understanding of suicide prevention research through the release of a series of short videos featuring some of the world’s leading suicide researchers. Each video highlighted the impact of a researcher’s work, as well as some of the key learnings from their research. We also released a video that tells the story of how one attempt survivor’s lived experience was positively impacted by what has been learned from research.

As a result of our generous donors, we made substantial progress toward achieving our bold goal to reduce the U.S. suicide rate 20 percent by 2025. This year, we forged exciting partnerships to make this goal a reality, connecting with organizations including the Veterans Administration, Aetna, the American College of Emergency Physicians, the National Commission on Correctional Healthcare, the National Action Alliance for Suicide Prevention, Bank of America, the National Shooting Sports Foundation, GoGuardian and others. And because 51 percent of suicides in the U.S. are by firearm, we connected with the firearms-owning community and educated them about the warning signs of suicide, safe storage practices and temporarily removing firearms from the home when someone is at risk.

Connecting large numbers of people to lifesaving information is another way we foster connection and cultural understanding of mental health and suicide prevention. We launched Seize the Awkward, our first major public service campaign, in partnership with the Jed Foundation and the Ad Council to educate and empower teens and young adults to help friends who are struggling with mental health problems and may be at-risk. To date, there have been over 13 million views of the PSA.

We also worked with the media and entertainment industry, including Netflix, CNN, CBS This Morning, The Mighty, Bustle and others to better educate millions on how to talk about mental health and suicide prevention. But there is still much work to be done. We were tragically reminded of this by the high-profile deaths of Anthony Bourdain and Kate Spade, and a CDC report reaffirming that suicide has been on the rise for nearly two decades. Thanks to our growing work with traditional and social media, more people than ever before realize how critical it is that we stem the tide and take actions we know will save lives. Indeed, we sense an encouraging shift in media attention and public perception away from the stigma that has long plagued the mental health field, toward a realization that caring for our mental health is every bit as important and normal as maintaining our physical health.

Thank you for connecting with us, for being a part of our community, for supporting our work, and for helping us strive for a day when we are all connected in our desire for a world without suicide.

Robert Gebbia
Robert Gebbia
Robert Gebbia Chief Executive Officer
Steve Siple
Steve Siple
Steve Siple Chair, Board of Directors
Gretchen Haas, Ph.D.
Gretchen Haas, Ph.D.
Gretchen Haas, Ph.D. AFSP Treasurer,
Board of Directors

Total net revenue grew $11.5 million from $25.5 million to $37 million, a 45 percent increase. AFSP kept expense growth low to $2.7 million, an increase of only 11.6 percent.

In spite of our rapid growth, AFSP program expense and overhead expense ratios stayed approximately the same at 82.9 and 17.1 percent of total expenses.

Our special events, walks, galas, races and a host of other events netted $23.2 million compared to $20.2 million the previous year, a 14.5 percent increase. Event expense increased from $4.8 to $5.6, a 14.8 percent increase.

Our fundraising expense ratio (the cost to raise $1) remained flat at 19.4 cents per dollar raised. We increased our investment in our people. The number of employees grew from 89 to 95 and the percentage of employee expense as a percent of total expenses increased from 32.4 to 33.6 percent.

Because our revenue exceeded our expense, AFSP was able to increase its net assets by over $11 million and increase the number of days cash on hand (number of days we could pay our bills if no more cash were coming in) from 186 days to 320 days.

For complete audited financial statement, including auditor’s notes, please visit https://afsp.org/about-afsp/financials/

Gretchen Haas, Ph.D.
Gretchen Haas, Ph.D.
Gretchen Haas, Ph.D. AFSP Treasurer,
Board of Directors
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Spotlight Story: Tough Guys Talk About It

Football star Solomon Thomas of the San Francisco 49ers lost his beloved big sister Ella to suicide. To honor her memory and help raise awareness and funds, he and his family walked in the Out of the Darkness Overnight Walk in Dallas this past June.

Ironically, it was Ella herself who laid the groundwork for the Thomas family’s involvement in AFSP. She had, before her death, asked her friend Landis to walk with her to honor a friend she had lost to suicide. Landis had kept the date on his calendar, and after Ella’s passing, reached out to Ella’s cousin Rei, and the rest of the Thomas family, to join him.

Solomon has since involved the San Francisco 49ers in supporting AFSP’s Northern California chapter.

"To families out there going through this: The best thing you can do is stay together. It's always one day at a time. Today you might not be as wrecked as you were yesterday, but your mom might be. So pull together to support her. The next day, she's probably gonna be the one lifting you up. That's how it goes.

I feel like someone out there is reading this right now who doesn't know how they are going to be able to make it through the rest of their life without the person who has just taken their life. Trust me, I know that feeling. But I know it can be done, as painful as it is. You've just gotta keep fighting every day. And to the people who are struggling with anxiety and depression, please do not feel bad about yourselves. Do not feel ashamed. It's not your fault. You're feeling that way for a reason. And there is help.

I've noticed that when you lose someone to suicide, a lot of people don't know what to say to you. It's human nature to ask what happened when you find out someone young died. But when the answer is that they took their own life, people tend to get quiet and change the subject, out of fear that it's too painful to talk about. I know these people mean well, but I'd rather talk about it than not talk about it. I'm always thinking about it anyway.

Talking helps. There's never a right thing to say, so stop worrying about saying the right thing.

This summer I did a walk for the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, and 2,000 people showed up. A lady who had lost five siblings and both parents to suicide came up to me and told me I was being so strong. Me? That blew me away. I met a woman whose son took his own life at age 10. Ten. This has to stop. Suicide is a top-five cause of death in America for ages 13 to 35, and according to the CDC, rates are rising in every state but one.

Losing one more person to suicide is one too many. Ella wouldn't want that. I want to live the rest of my life in a way that would make her proud. I want to help as many people as possible."

Read the rest of Solomon Thomas’s emotional essay about his sister on ESPN.com.

For a recap of the Dallas Out of the Darkness Overnight Walk, click here.

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Spotlight Story: Awareness Through Art

Elie Kennedy is a mother on a mission.

As part of her healing process after the loss of her son 29-year-old son Anthony, Elie began volunteering for AFSP and participating in the Out of the DarknessTM Walks, leading a group known as Team Anthony. The team stands out at events with their unique, colorful mohawks in recognition of Anthony’s signature style. Anthony always cut his hair into a mohawk and Elie and her family wanted to continue this as a way to honor his life. This year, Team Anthony raised close to six thousand dollars, which will go toward important suicide prevention programs in the area.

Now a member of the board of the San Diego chapter, Elie is a mixed-media artist who channels her healing into her artwork, raising further funds for the cause while serving as a tribute to her son.

“My family has a favorite beach spot up in North County. We spent many days and years there, sitting in the same spot every time. After Anthony’s passing, I began painting the rocks my husband and I would find while at the beach. I’d leave them in our spot as a tribute. Generally, they washed away by the time we returned. But one day we came back, and found that one of the many rocks I’d painted was sitting there waiting for us. I had painted ‘ANT’ -- my nickname for him -- on it with a red heart. I took this as a sign that I should keep going. That he wanted me to paint rocks.”

Elie, who now refers to herself as an “Artivist for Suicide Prevention,” uses her creativity to raise awareness and funds, with every piece of art sold going to AFSP.

“Every suicide loss is a personal loss to me,” she says. “AFSP saved my life. When I first got involved, I felt welcomed, supported, understood and loved. Now I try to channel the painful energy to create something beautiful and positive.”

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Spotlight Story: Research + Advocacy

Corbin J. Standley is a board member and secretary for AFSP’s Michigan chapter. He is also a researcher and doctoral student in ecological-community psychology, researching the socioecological risk and protective factors for suicide. Corbin became involved in the cause after losing his brother to suicide in 2010. Since then, he has been active in all areas of suicide prevention, including advocacy, research, education, and survivor support. His passion for prevention is both personal and professional.

As a volunteer Field Advocate, Corbin has become actively involved in local and Federal government, urging his elected officials to support smart mental health and suicide prevention legislation. This year, he succeeded in obtaining additional co-sponsors for one of AFSP’s top federal priority bills, the National Suicide Hotline Improvement Act, before its ultimate passage. He also worked closely with a member of the Michigan House of Representatives to begin organizing a statewide suicide prevention commission.

“Eight years ago, my life was changed forever.

On June 30, 2010, I lost my older brother, David, to suicide. He was 21-years-old and had a tremendous influence on me. The anniversary of his passing has caused me to reflect on the last year of my life and to think about my chosen profession, my personal identity, and how advocacy has helped to inform both.

David struggled with mental health conditions for much of his young life. For that reason, I knew early on that I wanted to study psychology.

Undoubtedly, this path was laid out for me as a result of my loss.”

Corbin’s research has helped inform his advocacy efforts. His current research examines the differences in suicide risk among youth based on the combination of gender, race and ethnicity, and sexual identity, as well as the role of social support in preventing youth suicide. Corbin has been able to bring this research into meetings with legislators to make the case for positive change.

Corbin has also worked with student organizations and campus departments at Michigan State University to encourage suicide prevention efforts and bring an Out of the Darkness Campus Walk to his school.

“Events such as AFSP’s Advocacy Forum reignite my passion for the work and illustrate its importance. The event, held annually, offers attendees an opportunity to share research and engage members of Congress in discussions on suicide prevention. At the Advocacy Forum, I had the opportunity to use my story as both a researcher and a suicide loss survivor to advocate for suicide prevention and mental health legislation at the national level, on behalf of the AFSP Michigan Chapter. Together with over 250 fellow advocates, we arrived in Washington, D.C. for an incredible, empowering experience.

I was able to tell my story and advocate for change, and in doing so, get the full attention of our Congressional members. Shortly after my return to Lansing, I received a call from Representative Mike Bishop’s (R MI-08) office thanking me for meeting with his legislative aide, and informing me the Congressman was now co-sponsoring HR 2345: The National Suicide Hotline Improvement Act, which has now been signed into law.”

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Spotlight Story: Bringing Education to Arkansas

AFSP volunteer Mary Meacham founded the first University of Central Arkansas (UCA) Out of the Darkness Campus Walk in 2011 after the death of her son Kyle. Since then, she has continued to create awareness through her team Miles for Kyle, which has raised over $84,000 for AFSP’s Arkansas chapter.

A semi-retired teacher, Mary serves on the board of the Arkansas chapter, as well as being program chair, and personally leads AFSP education programs such as Talk Saves Lives™, It’s Real, and More Than Sad, as well as the AFSP-endorsed suicide prevention programs safeTALK and ASIST. Since first becoming involved, she has participated in four Out of the DarknessTM Overnight Walks.

This year, Mary worked tirelessly to spread suicide prevention education programming to the entire state.

What first led you to start the first UCA campus walk, and get involved in AFSP?

My son, Kyle, died by suicide on March 2, 2010. There truly are not words to describe the devastation our family felt. We were left asking ourselves how our loved and cherished child, with all his gifts, could have felt so hopeless and in pain that the only way he felt he could stop it was to end his life.

I desperately needed to see and talk to another mother who had lost a child to suicide, but I didn’t yet know of any way to connect with anyone else who shared that experience. As I began trying to process my grief, I read everything I could about suicide, and stumbled upon the website for the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.

I attended AFSP’s Survivor Day event in Little Rock, Arkansas in November of 2010. There, I met a few volunteers, but mainly focused on the documentary they showed, which featured other suicide loss survivors. The people on screen seemed to be reading my mind as they spoke about their own loss.

Now that I realized I was not alone, I read about AFSP’s Out of the Darkness WalksTM. This planted the seed that ultimately led to my getting involved in my local chapter, and in 2011, helping to organize the first Out of the Darkness Campus Walk in Arkansas, at the University of Central Arkansas.

You’ve accomplished a great deal this past year in terms of bringing AFSP education programs to your state. Are there any specific challenges you feel your community faces in terms of suicide prevention?

Because Arkansas is a very rural state, it has been a challenge providing AFSP’s programs and services to all areas. As a board member, it is a personal goal of mine to build a trained group of volunteers representing all parts of Arkansas who are able to bring AFSP’s resources to their own communities. I am happy to say we have had a record year for providing suicide prevention education to Arkansans. To date, our chapter has held 138 events, providing suicide prevention training to over 2,000 people, with more on our calendar before the end of the year.

My fellow AFSP colleagues in Arkansas, Tyler West and Christopher Epperson and I put together a training day to introduce volunteers to our programs, educate them about suicide prevention, and even provide them with guidance on how to organize and deliver our programs themselves. Our plan is to take this training to five different locations in Arkansas each year and build capacity within each region so everyone in Arkansas has access to suicide prevention programs. These training events also help us get to know our volunteers, so we can do a better job of matching them to specific program requests as they come up. Our hope is that the volunteers we train one year can pass along their knowledge to other people, so that they may do the same.

By the end of the year, our chapter will have taken AFSP Programs, or AFSP-endorsed education programming, to every region of our state.

What’s next for your chapter?

We are currently piloting a new project, Lifesaver Schools, that give schools recognition for organizing suicide prevention educational events for students, faculty and staff, and their communities. We got the initial information out any way we could, including mailers, emails, social media, etc., and asked interested schools to register. We then sent out a tool kit of ideas and resources. Schools that meet our requirements for suicide prevention programming will earn an AFSP Arkansas ‘LifeSaver’ school designation, receive a banner, and will be highlighted through our social media channels. Hopefully, we will get some media coverage as well, encouraging more schools to do the same.

Our chapter has had more requests for suicide prevention programs than ever this year. I feel like the seeds we have planted in years past are finally starting to grow!

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Spotlight Story: Connecting Students to Support

Jacky Hunt, a psychological counselor at New York Film Academy (NYFA), helped oversee the implementation of our Interactive Screening Program at her school this year, to help connect students in distress to help.

For her, it was personal.

“It’s funny; my family doesn’t talk about suicide much. We probably should, given that my mom made an attempt in 2006. Largely, it doesn’t come up. It’s not that talking about suicide is off the table in my family, but there are things I didn’t know: namely, that my mom had reached out for support and had not felt helped in the time preceding her attempt.”

Read more about how Jacky is using ISP to help provide support to students who are hesitant to reach out.

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Spotlight Story: “For You, I Will”

Bubba Randall joined the board of our Louisiana chapter after losing his dear son Jessie to suicide in 2015. Among his many roles, he has been the driving force in bringing our Survivor Outreach Program, which connects trained loss survivors with the recently bereaved, to his state.

On April 7, 2015 we lost our 24-year-old son, Jessie Lee Randall, to suicide. He had struggled with depression, though we hadn’t recognized to what extent at the time. As we tried to cope with our loss, I met someone who told me about the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. She also told me she needed volunteers to help plan the Out of The Darkness Walk taking place that October. I realized this was an opportunity to learn more about suicide by being with other survivors, and at the same time, help the community.

Jessie had a tattoo on his leg that read, “For You, I Will.” I once asked him what it meant. He answered simply, “If you need something done, I will do it.”

This fit Jessie’s personality perfectly. He often went out of his way to help people. It didn’t matter if he knew you for years, or if he had just met you five minutes ago. If you needed help, you could count on him to lend a hand.

After he passed, I thought a lot about his tattoo, and how he lived his life. I decided I wanted to help people, too.

I’m now on the board of AFSP’s Louisiana chapter; I chair the Baton Rouge Out of The DarknessTM Walk; I have traveled to Washington, D.C. to take part in AFSP’s annual Advocacy Forum; and I am the Louisiana coordinator for the Survivor Outreach Program.

AFSP’s Survivor Outreach Program is particularly dear to my heart. I remember when we lost Jessie, a detective with the sheriff’s office told us she was sorry for our loss. She was compassionate, but that was it. That was all she could offer. We didn’t know where to go from there. How could we start to heal?

The Survivor Outreach Program connects trained, longer-term survivors of suicide loss (at least two years or more) with those who are newly bereaved. Our SOP volunteers know firsthand what it’s like to lose a loved one to suicide, and are able to assist those who have just lost someone in finding their own path to healing.

Once I got involved with SOP, I realized sheriff’s departments could be helpful in getting the word out to loss survivors. I approached my local sheriff and offered to give a 30-minute presentation to his office about the program and the benefit it could have to the community. The sheriff liked the idea, and after the presentation, I gave everyone an SOP wallet card, which contains a brief description of the program, with links to further resources and information. I challenged the people there that day to put the card in their uniform pocket and carry it around – just like a badge – every day. They could then give the card to any families who had just lost someone to suicide.

One of the hardest – and most gratifying – SOP visits I’ve ever been on came as a direct result of that presentation. Two weeks later, I received a call from a survivor saying she had gotten my card from a deputy. When I input her address into my map app, it led me to the house directly across the street from my son’s old house, where he had taken his life.

All my memories of the night I lost my son came flooding back the moment I got out of my truck and looked over and saw Jessie’s former house. I wasn’t sure I could go through with the visit.

I then looked down at my wrist. After Jessie’s passing, I had gotten a similar tattoo to Jessie’s, that read, “For You, I Will.” The tattoo also includes a semicolon, rather than a comma. This is a symbol that for many people affected by suicide, indicates the sentence is not yet over. It is a sign to keep going.

I wiped the tears from my eyes, looked down at my wrist, and said out loud, “For you I will, son. I will go in and be your voice.”

One of the reasons I know the Survivor Outreach Program saves lives is that I see the young mother I visited that day from time to time in the grocery store. She tells me that if it hadn’t been for my coming and talking to her, she doesn’t think she would still be here.

My hope for the future is to visit every sheriff’s department throughout Louisiana, meeting and connecting with the local police, and sharing our resources so they may share with the newly bereaved.

Through AFSP, I have gained a family: a group of people who support each other in our lowest times, and share special memories with. I am committed to helping my community and other communities in Louisiana. It is so important to me that everyone knows we are there to support them.

For them, I will.

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Spotlight Story: From Mother to Daughter

Ellen Menendez first became involved with AFSP after losing a dear friend to suicide. Her hope was that by educating herself about this leading cause of death, she could equip herself with the knowledge and training to prevent any other friends or family members from losing a loved one to suicide.

She didn’t expect her training to come in handy with her own daughter.

“My involvement with AFSP enabled me to open a dialogue with my 15-year-old daughter when she came to me expressing thoughts of suicide. I knew to ask her if she had a plan, and was able to assess her symptoms of depression. I was able to calmly discuss the warning signs she was experiencing, and provide her primary care doctor with a clear picture of her mental health.”

Since then, Ellen and her daughter have attended AFSP’s annual Advocacy Forum in Washington, D.C. together, storming the Hill hand-in-hand to convince representatives on Capitol Hill of the need for smart mental health and suicide prevention legislation throughout the United States.

“Advocacy gives us both the opportunity to be the voice for so many others who no longer have a voice or cannot be a voice for themselves.”

Most recently, Ellen, who serves as the North Florida board chair and Jacksonville walk chair, has been working to bring a suicide support group for children and teens to Jacksonville, after attending a children/teen support group facilitator training herself.

“Only adult support groups are available in my community for loss survivors. Teens and children do not have their own safe space to connect with others their age who are experiencing the same feelings of loss. This connection in a support group helps to normalize the bereavement process.”

“AFSP has brought meaning to such a tremendous loss. It has allowed me the opportunity to raise awareness and support a community in need.”

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Spotlight Story: Finding Her Voice For Her Father

“At first, no one wanted to believe that it was a suicide.”

Hannah Jines lost her father, a retired Master Chief who had served in the Navy for 25 years.

“My father’s death was referred to as an accident, but I knew deep down what my father battled. I knew it was suicide.”

Afterwards, Hannah faced her own battle with depression and suicidal thoughts. Eventually, she found a support group for suicide loss survivors through the AFSP website.

Today, as a volunteer Field Ambassador and board chair for the Tampa Bay chapter, Hannah Jines honors her father by speaking out about this health crisis to state and federal representatives on public policy issues. This year, Hannah helped organized AFSP’s Florida State Capitol Day, an event that brings together AFSP volunteers with state and local elected officials, and was part of a bill passing that would cover lost wages for first responders with PTSD. She also works closely with her local legislators year round by attending multiple town halls and meeting individually with local legislators regularly.

Hannah is also a certified safeTALK trainer and has presented many safeTALK trainings along with Talk Saves Lives in her community.

Speaking out about suicide didn’t come naturally to her.

“I felt my heart pounding and my hands shaking,” Jines says of her experience participating in Florida’s State Capitol Day for the first time. “I wasn’t a natural public speaker, and the topic of suicide was still one that was hard for me to talk about. But it was time for me to raise my voice to help make change.

Read more about Hannah Jines’ personal journey and her advocacy in support of suicide prevention here.

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Spotlight Story: Bringing Prevention to the Church

The Rev. Dr. Robert D. Flanagan first became involved with AFSP in 2011 while working as School Minister and Chair of the Theology Department at Brooks School in North Andover, Massachusetts. The school had lost a recent graduate to suicide. Father Bob quickly recognized the need for bringing suicide prevention education and awareness to the school community.

After serving on the board of our Boston chapter, Father Bob moved to Connecticut in 2013. There, he joined the board and became Lead Ambassador for public policy, chairing the chapter’s annual State Capitol Day, advocating at the State House and attending several of AFSP’s annual Advocacy Forums, proudly wearing his collar to show state legislators and congressional staff and representatives that clergy are focused on suicide prevention.

This year, Father Bob helped AFSP and suicide prevention reach a significant milestone. Working with clergy colleagues in the Episcopal Diocese of New York, he first put forward a suicide prevention training and advocacy resolution at the New York Diocesan Convention, which referred to the 79th General Convention of the Episcopal Church. Thanks to his hard work and support from Episcopal clergy and lay people across the country the resolution passed, with $75,000 allocated to suicide prevention training, the first of its kind for the Episcopal Church. Father Bob is now working with his colleagues to schedule and implement trainings across the country.

“Most clergy have little training and preparation to counsel individuals struggling with depression and mental illness. They do not know how to access resources and support. By offering suicide prevention training, such as AFSP’s Talk Saves Lives and AFSP chapter-sponsored programs such as LivingWorks’ safeTALK and ASIST, and SoulShop training, clergy will be better equipped to help save lives. With more than 6,900 parishes and more than 1.7 million members of the Episcopal Church in the U.S., the training of its clergy in suicide prevention can help thousands of people in times of suicidal distress and crisis.”

Through his enormous dedication to the cause, Father Bob continues to ensure that many people will have access to understanding and support when they and those in their community need it most.

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Spotlight Story: Transforming Loss into Action

Linda Fehrmann, who lost her son Joel to suicide, is president of AFSP’s Eastern Missouri Chapter. She serves as her chapter’s advocacy committee chair and is often called on to testify in support of state legislation that would further AFSP’s public policy priorities, such as suicide prevention legislation for schools, and requirements for suicide prevention training for mental health professionals. This year, she worked with State Senator Jill Schupp and State Representative Marsha Haefner to pass HB 1719, which requires certain mental health professionals to complete two hours of suicide prevention training as a condition of licensure.

In addition to these duties, she is survivor outreach coordinator for her chapter, making sure that suicide loss survivors in the area get the support they need through the Survivor Outreach Program.

“I became a ‘survivor of suicide loss’ in 2000 when I lost my 23-year-old son, Joel, to suicide. At the time, I didn't know how I could be called a ‘survivor,’ when I wasn't so sure I would survive. Today, I lead a support group for parents who have lost a child to suicide. It is humbling and heartbreaking to sit with these parents in their pain. I advocate in the hope that we can save lives and fewer parents will have to experience this devastating loss.”

Linda has also worked tirelessly this past year speaking at community events about suicide prevention and firearms, and working with local organizations on AFSP’s Firearms and Suicide Prevention program with the National Shooting Sports Foundation, which supplies lifesaving education to firearms-owners through retailers and shooting ranges.

“My son died by firearm, so I found that approaching shooting ranges and providing resource tables at gun shows really forced me to step outside of my comfort zone,” Linda reflects. “But it also allowed me to grow tremendously as an advocate, as well as in my own healing journey. I am proud to be part of AFSP’s Eastern Missouri chapter, and proud to work to honor the memory of my son.”

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Spotlight Story: Educating Gun Owners About Firearms Safety

Greg Reuss is a retired Marine who has lost fellow Marines to suicide. In support of the cause, he walked together with his son Paul through the rain for the 2015 Boston Out of the DarknessTM Overnight Walk.

Several months later, Paul took his life with a firearm.

Now a member of the board of our Maryland chapter, Greg has made it his mission to educate people about suicide prevention and firearm safety.

What prompted you to first get involved with AFSP, and to have your son join you on the Overnight Walk?

I lost a Marine to suicide in 2005. Johnny left behind a family, many friends and fellow Marines. I started volunteering with AFSP in 2014 to learn more about suicide – and how to prevent it. My son, Paul, knew Johnny as well. As a Father’s Day gift in June of 2015, Paul flew to Boston and surprised me by informing me he had registered to walk with me in honor of the fellow Marine I had lost. Together, Paul and I proudly participated in the 2015 Out of the Darkness Overnight Walk. In August of 2015 my son died by suicide.

Paul and I had discussed suicide before. He had acknowledged he’d previously thought of suicide himself. However, he had confirmed he was doing fine and had stated, “I would never do that to you and mom.” I was not aware my son owned a firearm, until his death. I am dedicated to supporting AFSP’s mission, “to save lives and bring hope to those affected by suicide,” and in particular to support AFSP’s Talk Saves Lives: Firearms and Suicide Prevention program.

Is there anything specific to military culture you’d like to see changed when it comes to suicide prevention?

I had the privilege to serve on active duty for 30 years, and I am proud of the progress that has been made in mental health care and suicide prevention over the years. We still have more work to be done.

Vigilant leadership, an engaged chain of command, sensitized and proactive peer support, and access to health care are all positive factors available to our service members. That said, there can still be reluctance for someone in uniform struggling with mental health to ask for help. Folks often don’t want to be perceived as being weak or as letting their unit down. Sometimes, people may be concerned about jeopardizing their job status or losing their security clearance. Neither of these worries are well-founded, nor should they ever preclude someone from reaching out for help.

Enhanced suicide prevention education messaging and increased awareness regarding available resources, within the military community and “outside the fence,” are essential for our caregivers, our active duty folks, veterans, and family members. I am encouraged by AFSP’s efforts in this regard, and in particular, by our ongoing collaboration with the U.S. Department of Defense, the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (the V.A.) and the Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors.

Tell us about your efforts this past year in bringing suicide prevention education to the firearms community in Maryland.

Approximately 70 percent of military suicide deaths result from a firearm. Working in collaboration with the St. Mary’s Health Department, I have introduced local audiences to AFSP’s Project 2025 initiative, addressed lethal means access, and shared AFSP’s Firearms and Suicide Prevention brochures with retailers for them to display and distribute. I’ve also over the last year had the opportunity, along with others, to bring several of AFSP’s suicide prevention education programs, including Talk Saves Lives, It’s Real: College Students and Mental Health, and More Than Sad, to many of our Maryland communities.

Starting last year, the county sheriff’s department in Leonardtown, Maryland has been distributing our Firearms and Suicide Prevention brochures when returning firearms to their respective owners. Additionally, I have given Talk Saves Lives: Firearms and Suicide Prevention presentations to local shooting ranges and District EMS personnel. I have also been afforded the opportunity to present our Talk Saves Lives: Firearms and Suicide Prevention program at community veterans’ resource fairs, and to active duty and retired personnel at Naval Air Station, Patuxent River.

Over the last year, our firearms and suicide prevention messaging has reached over 1,000 folks throughout Southern Maryland. Later this month, other volunteers and I will be at a table, sharing suicide prevention information at Timonium Gun Show, which is one of Maryland’s premier gun shows.

I am encouraged by the progress we have made to date, and motivated to do more moving forward. Semper Fidelis!

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Spotlight Story: An AFSP Love Story

Ali Walker, current board chair of the National Capital Area chapter, recently became engaged to former board member and education chair Chris Naso, who lost his mother to suicide. Ali, who lost a close personal friend to suicide in high school, has worked tirelessly this past year to organize and rebuild the chapter after a brief transitional period, recruiting new volunteers, leading and motivating the board, developing a chapter database, building committees and identifying potential leaders, and setting up new policies and procedures.

As a result, the chapter has seen an increase in new volunteer applications, gained more than 300 new Facebook followers, added three new locations for this year’s local Survivor Day events, and developed a new Youth Engagement committee, which has established AFSP’s first college chapter in the DC area.

Ali met Chris when she started volunteering with the chapter.

Chris proposed to Ali with his late mother’s ring. “I never would have thought something as painful as losing someone to suicide could lead to something so beautiful. Meeting Ali through AFSP, and sharing our experiences together, personifies the message AFSP strives to communicate every day: ‘You are not alone.’ And we are not alone. I treasure that my mother’s memory continues to live on in our lives. I also treasure that Ali and I are able to share this message of hope with all those who face life’s difficulties.”

Board Leadership
Executive Committee

Steve Siple
AFSP Board Chair
Capstone Development Partners

Jerrold Rosenbaum, M.D.
AFSP President
Massachusetts General Hospital

James Compton
AFSP Secretary

Gretchen Haas,
Ph.D. AFSP Treasurer
University of Pittsburgh

Christopher Epperson

Nancy Farrell, M.P.A.
Regina Villa Associates

Maria Oquendo, M.D., Ph.D.
University of Pennsylvania

Ray Paul, Jr.

Dennis Tackett

Marco Taglietti
Scynexis, Inc.

Board of Directors

Philip Chappell
Pfizer Inc.

Yeates Conwell, M.D.
University of Rochester

Tony Cornelius
Tony Cornelius Productions

Melissa d’Arabian

Dwight L. Evans, M.D.
University of Pennsylvania

Jonathon Kellerman
Allergan PLC

Richard B. Kirchhoff, D.D.S.

J. John Mann, M.D.
Columbia University Medical Center

Charles B. Nemeroff, M.D., Ph.D.
University of Texas

Philip T. Ninan, M.D.

Kelly Posner, Ph.D.
Columbia University Medical Center

Andra Press
Herbert Adelman Foundation

Andrew Rogoff, Esq.
Pepper Hamilton LLP

Phillip Satow
The Jed Foundation

Andrew Slaby, M.D., Ph.D., M.P.H.
New York University Medical School

Lawrence Sprung
Mitlin Financial Inc.

Ed Stelmakh
Otsuka America Pharmaceutical, Inc.

Pro Bono Legal Counsel

Michael Student, Esq.
Sullivan & Worcester LLP

Executive Staff

Robert Gebbia
Chief Executive Officer

Christine Moutier, M.D.
Chief Medical Officer

Senior Management

Jill Harkavy-Friedman, Ph.D.
Vice President of Research

Daniel Killpack
Senior Vice President of Finance and Administration

Michael F. Lamma
Senior Vice President of Development and Field Management

John Madigan
Senior Vice President of Public Policy

Doreen Marshall, Ph.D.
Vice President of Programs

Stephanie Rogers
Senior Vice President of Communications and Marketing

Senior Field Management

Lisa Brattain
Senior Director, East Central Division

Mary Jean Coleman, M.S.W.
Senior Director, Southern Division

Janice Hurtado-Aeppli
Senior Director, Central Division

Valerie Kovacovich
Senior Director, Western Division

Melanie Varady
Senior Director, Northeastern Division

Finance Committee

Gretchen Haas, Ph.D., Chair

Andy Rogoff

Larry Sprung

Ed Stelmakh

Chris Tackett

Robert Gebbia
Chief Executive Officer

Daniel Killpack
Senior Vice President of Finance and Administration

Nominating/Governance Committee

Marco Taglietti, Chair

Nancy Farrell, M.P.A.

J. John Mann

Andrew Rogoff

Andrew Slaby

Robert Gebbia
Chief Executive Officer

Christine Moutier, M.D.
Chief Medical Officer

Chapter Leadership Council

Christopher Epperson, Chair

Gage Donahue

Cynthia Elmer

Susan Kelleher
National Capital Area

Richard B. Kirchhoff, DDS

Denisse Lamas
Central Florida

Dennis Lasley

David O’Leary
Greater Boston

Lisa Riley
New Hampshire

Mary Weiler
North Dakota

Michael F. Lamma
Senior Vice President of Field Management and Development

Development Committee

Ray Paul, Jr., Chair

Andrew R. Rogoff, Esq., Co-Chair, Project 2025 Campaign
Pepper Hamilton LLP

Michael F. Lamma
Senior Vice President of Field Management and Development

Public Policy Council

Nancy Farrell, MPA, Chair

Richard Kirchhoff, DDS, Vice-Chair

Michael Ballard

Catherine Barber, MPA

Jim Biela

Melissa d’Arabian

Gordon Doughty

Carol Graham
New Jersey

Shannon Hall

Che Hernandez

David Jobes, Ph.D., ABPP

Steve Moore, J.D.

Philip Ninan, M.D.
North Carolina

Jen Preble

Tom Robinson
South Carolina

Ane Romero, MPA
New Mexico

Bruce Shahbaz

Deborah Temkin, Ph.D.

Michelle Toman
West Virginia

Tyler West

Robert Gebbia
Chief Executive Officer

John Madigan
Senior Vice President of
Public Policy

Loss And Healing Council

Dennis Tackett, Chair
North Carolina

Erika Barber, MAT, CCLS

Mary Anne Burke

Bee Chavez
New Mexico

Dan Egan
New York

Diane Gillen

Jack Jordan, Ph.D.
Rhode Island

Sue Klebold

Mo Krausman

Briana Megid

Joan Schweizer Hoff. M.A.

Nikki Scott

Blake Simons

Robert Stohr, M.S., LMFT

Connie Sutton Cieszynski

Jason Tompkins, LCSW

Brandon English
Director, Loss and Healing

Doreen Marshall, Ph.D.
Vice President of Programs

Scientific Council

University of Pennsylvania

Gary Kennedy, M.D.,
Vice Chair +
Albert Einstein College of Medicine

Joan Asarnow, Ph.D.
University of California, Los Angeles

David Brent, M.D.
University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, PA

Gregory Brown, Ph.D.
University of Pennsylvania

Yeates Conwell, M.D.
University of Rochester, NY

William Coryell, M.D.
University of Iowa

Dwight L. Evans, M.D.
University of Pennsylvania

Maria Oquendo, M.D., Ph.D., Chair<
University of Pennsylvania

John F. Greden, M.D.
University of Michigan

Gretchen Haas, Ph.D.
University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, PA

Robert Hirschfeld, M.D. (Honorary Member)
Cornell University, NY

David Jobes, Ph.D.
The Catholic University of America, DC

J. John Mann, M.D.
Columbia University Medical Center, NY

Peter M. Marzuk, M.D.
Weill Cornell Medical College, NY

Charles B. Nemeroff, M.D., Ph.D.
University of Texas Dell Medical School

Jerrold Rosenbaum, M.D.
Massachusetts General Hospital

Alan Schatzberg, M.D.
Stanford University, CA

Katherine Shear, M.D.
Columbia University School of Social Work, NY

Myrna Weissman, Ph.D.
Columbia University Medical Center, NY

Robert Gebbia
Chief Executive Officer

Christine Moutier, M.D.
Chief Medical Officer

Jill Harkavy-Friedman, Ph.D.
Vice President of Research

Doreen Marshall, Ph.D.
Vice President of Programs

Scientific Advisors

Howard Aizenstein, M.D., Ph.D.
University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, PA

Schahram Akbarian, M.D.
Mount Sinai School of Medicine, NY

Jonathan Alpert, M.D.
Albert Einstein School of Medicine, NY

Larry Alphs, M.D., Ph.D.
Newron Pharmaceuticals Spa, Italy

Victoria Arango, Ph.D.
National Institutes of Mental Health, MD

Amelia Arria, Ph.D.
University of Maryland

Joan Asarnow, Ph.D.
University of California, Los Angeles

Annette Beautrais, Ph.D.
University of Canterbury, New Zealand

Aaron Beck, M.D.
University of Pennsylvania

Robert Bossarte, Ph.D.
West Virginia University

Marian Betz, M.D.
University of Colorado, Denver

Edwin Boudreaux, Ph.D.
University of Massachusetts

Lisa Brenner, Ph.D.
University of Colorado, Denver

David Brent, M.D.
University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, PA

Jeffrey Bridge, Ph.D.
Nationwide Children’s Hospital, OH

C. Hendricks Brown, Ph.D.
Northwestern University, IL

Gregory Brown, Ph.D.
University of Pennsylvania

Margit Burmeister, Ph.D.
University of Michigan

Gabrielle Carlson, M.D.
Stony Brook University, NY

Helen Christensen, Ph.D.
Black Dog Institute, Australia

Jennifer Clarke, Ph.D.
University of Nebraska, Lincoln

Emil Coccaro, M.D.
University of Chicago, IL

Katherine Comtois, Ph.D.
University of Washington

Kenneth Conner M.P.H., Psy.D.
University of Rochester, NY

Yeates Conwell, M.D.
University of Rochester, NY

Edwin Cook, Jr., M.D.
University of Illinois, Chicago

William Coryell, M.D.
University of Iowa

Philippe Courtet, Ph.D.
Université de Montpellier, France

Wendi Cross, Ph.D.
University of Rochester, NY

Scott Crow, M.D.
University of Minnesota

Kelly Cukrowicz, Ph.D.
Texas Tech University

Glenn Currier, M.D.
University of South Florida

Anthony D’Augelli, Ph.D.
Pennsylvania State University

Raymond DePaulo, Jr., M.D.
Johns Hopkins University, MD

Guy Diamond, Ph.D.
Drexel University, PA

Brian Draper, M.D.
University of New South Wales, Australia

Paul Duberstein, Ph.D.
University of Rochester, NY

Yogesh Dwivedi, Ph.D.+
University of Alabama at Birmingham

Andrew Dwork, M.D.
Columbia University, NY

Michael Eddleston, M.D.
University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom

Annette Erlangsen, Ph.D.
National Centre for Register-based Research, Denmark

Christianne Esposito-Smythers, Ph.D.+
George Mason University, VA

Dwight Evans, M.D.
University of Pennsylvania

Maurizio Fava, M.D.
Massachusetts General Hospital

Jan Fawcett, M.D.
University of New Mexico

David Fergusson, Ph.D.
University of Otago Christchurch, New Zealand

Max Fink, M.D.
Stony Brook University, NY

Prudence Fisher, Ph.D.
Columbia University, NY

Thomas Franke, M.D., Ph.D.
Mount Sinai School of Medicine, NY

Hanga Galfalvy, Ph.D.
Columbia University, NY

Steven Garlow, M.D., Ph.D.+
University of Wisconsin

Tina Goldstein, Ph.D.
University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, PA

David Goldston, Ph.D.+
Duke University, NC

Frederick Goodwin, M.D.
George Washington University, DC

Madelyn Gould, M.P.H., Ph.D.
Columbia University, NY

Jon Grant, M.P.H., M.D.
University of Chicago, IL

John Greden, M.D.
University of Michigan

Robert Green, M.D., Ph.D.
University of Texas Southwestern

John Gunderson, M.D.
McLean Hospital/Harvard University, MA

David Gunnell, Ph.D.
University of Bristol, United Kingdom

Gretchen Haas, Ph.D.
University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, PA

Fatemah Haghighi, Ph.D.
Mount Sinai School of Medicine, NY

Philip Harvey, Ph.D.
University of Miami, FL

Robert Hirschfeld, M.D.
Cornell University, NY

Marjan Holloway, Ph.D.
Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, MD

Daphne Holt, M.D., Ph.D.
Massachusetts General Hospital

Paul Holtzheimer, M.D.
Dartmouth University, NH

Thomas Hyde, M.D., Ph.D.
The Lieber Institute for Brain Development, MD

Dan Iosifescu, M.Sc., M.D.
New York University School of Medicine

Erkki Isometsa, L.T.
University of Helsinki, Finland

David Jobes, Ph.D.
Catholic University of America, DC

Thomas Joiner, Ph.D.
Florida State University

Richard Jope, Ph.D.
University of Miami, FL

Ned Kalin, M.D.
University of Wisconsin

Nav Kapur, M.D.
University of Manchester, United Kingdom

Mark Kaplan, DrPH
University of California, Los Angeles

Bradley Karlin, Ph.D.
Johns Hopkins University, MD

John Kasckow, M.D., Ph.D.
University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, PA

Ira Katz, M.D., Ph.D.
Veterans Health Administration, DC

John Keilp, Ph.D.
Columbia University, NY

Martin Keller, M.D.
Brown University, RI

Gary Kennedy, M.D.+
Albert Einstein College of Medicine, NY

James Kennedy, M.D.
Centre for Addition and Mental Health, Canada

Murad Khan, M.D.
Aga Khan University, Pakistan

Cheryl King, Ph.D.
University of Michigan

Joel Kleinman, M.D., Ph.D.
The Lieber Institute for Brain Development, MD

Anand Kumar, M.D.
University of Illinois, Chicago

Yan Leykin, Ph.D.
Palo Alto University, CA

Jorge Lopez-Castroman, M.D., Ph.D.
Université de Montpellier, France

Kevin Malone, M.D.
University College Dublin, Ireland

Rachel Manber, Ph.D.
Stanford University, CA

J. John Mann, M.D.
Columbia University, NY

Peter Marzuk, M.D.
Cornell University, NY

Sanjay Mathew, M.D.
Baylor College of Medicine, TX

William Vaughn McCall, M.D.
Augusta University, GA

Elizabeth McCauley, Ph.D.
University of Washington

Cheryl McCullumsmith, M.D., Ph.D.+
University of Toledo, OH

Francis McMahon, M.D.
National Institute of Mental Health, MD

Lars Mehlum, M.D.
Institutt for Klinisk Medisin, Norway

Nadine Melhem, M.P.H., Ph.D.
University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, PA

Herbert Meltzer, M.D.+
Northwestern University, IL

Ivan Miller, Ph.D.
Butler Hospital, RI

Matthew Miller, M.D.
Northeastern University, MA

David Mischoulon, M.D., Ph.D.
Massachusetts General Hospital

Ann Mitchell, R.N., Ph.D.
University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, PA

Laura Mufson, Ph.D.
Columbia University, NY

Charles Nemeroff, M.D., Ph.D.
University of Texas Dell Medical School

Jeffrey Newport, M.D.
University of Miami, FL

David Nielsen, Ph.D.
Baylor College of Medicine, TX

Andrew Nierenberg, M.D.
Massachusetts General Hospital

Matthew Nock, Ph.D.
Harvard University, MA

Merete Nordentoft, Ph.D.
Copenhagen University Hospital, Denmark

Charles O’Brien, M.D., Ph.D.
University of Pennsylvania

Rory O’Connor, Ph.D.
University of Glasgow, United Kingdom

Lydia O’Donnell, Ed.D.
Education Development Center, Inc., MA

Mark Olfson, M.P.H., M.D.+
Columbia University, NY

Maria Oquendo, M.D., Ph.D.
University of Pennsylvania

Gregory Ordway, Ph.D.+
East Tennessee State University

Dennis Ougrin, Ph.D.
University College London, United Kingdom

Ghanshyam Pandey, Ph.D.
University of Illinois, Chicago

Jose Pardo, M.D., Ph.D.
University of Minnesota

Jane Pearson, Ph.D.
National Institute of Mental Health, MD

John Pestian, MBA, Ph.D.
University of Cincinnati, OH

Cynthia Pfeffer, M.D.
Cornell University, NY

Julie Phillips, Ph.D.
Rutgers University, NJ

Michael Phillips, MPH, M.D.
Emory University, GA

Jane Pirkis, Ph.D.
University of Melbourne, Australia

Anthony Pisani, Ph.D.+
University of Rochester, NY

Diego Pizzagalli, Ph.D.
Harvard University, MA

Kelly Posner, Ph.D.
Columbia University, NY

James Potash, M.D., M.P.H.
Johns Hopkins University, MD

Kerry Ressler, M.D., Ph.D.
McLean Hospital/Harvard University, MA

Charles Reynolds, M.D.
University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, PA

Joshua Roffman, M.D.
Massachusetts General Hospital

Steven Romano, M.D.
Mallinckrodt Pharmaceuticals, MO

Jerrold Rosenbaum, M.D.
Massachusetts General Hospital

Dan Rujescu, M.D.
Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich, Germany

Stephen Russell, Ph.D.
University of Arizona

Ihsan Salloum, M.P.H., Ph.D.
University of Miami, FL

Ronald Salomon, M.D.
Vanderbilt University Medical Center, TN

Marco Sarchiapone, M.D.
University of Molise, Italy

Jitender Sareen, M.D.
University of Manitoba, Canada

Alan Schatzberg, M.D.
Stanford University, CA

Srijan Sen, M.D.
University of Michigan

Katherine Shear, M.D.
Columbia University School of Social Work, NY

David Silbersweig, M.D.
Brigham and Women’s Hospital, MA

Vincent Silenzio, M.P.H., M.D.
University of Rochester, NY

Morton Silverman, M.D.
University of Colorado, Denver

Greg Simon, M.D.
Group Health Research Institute, WA

Naomi Simon, M.Sc., M.D.+
New York University Langone Health

Mark Sinyor, M.D.
Sunnybrook Research Institute, Canada

Andrew Slaby, M.D., Ph.D.
New York University

Jordan Smoller, M.D., Sc.D.
Harvard University, MA

Jair Soares, M.D.
University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston

Anthony Spirito, Ph.D.
Brown University, TX

Barbara Stanley, Ph.D.+
Columbia University, NY

Craig Stockmeier, Ph.D.
University of Mississippi

Katalin Szanto, M.D.+
University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, PA

Michael Thase, M.D.+
University of Pennsylvania

Elaine Thompson, Ph.D.
University of Washington

Paul Thompson, Ph.D.
Dartmouth University, NH

Timothy Trull, Ph.D.
University of Missouri

Gustavo Turecki, M.D., Ph.D.
McGill University, Canada

Rudolph Uher, Ph.D.
Dalhousie University, Canada

Mark Underwood, Ph.D.
Columbia University, NY

Robert Valuck, Ph.D.
University of Colorado, Denver

Helena Verdeli, Ph.D.
Teachers College/Columbia University, NY

Lakshmi Vijayakumar, D.P.M., M.D.
Voluntary Health Services, India

Margda Waern, M.D., Ph.D.
University of Gothenburg, Sweden

Claes Wahlestedt, M.D., Ph.D.
University of Miami, FL

John Walkup, M.D.
Northwestern University, IL

Danuta Wasserman, M.D.
Karolinska Institutet, Sweden

Myrna Weissman, Ph.D.
Columbia University, NY

Amy Wenzel, Ph.D.
University of Pennsylvania

Holly Wilcox, Ph.D.
Johns Hopkins University, MD

Virginia Willour, Ph.D.
University of Iowa

Peter Wyman, Ph.D.
University of Rochester, NY

Deborah Yurgelun-Todd, Ph.D.+
University of Utah

John Zajecka, M.D.
Rush University, IL

Gil Zalsman, M.D.
Tel-Aviv University, Israel

Carlos Zarate, M.D.
National Institute of Mental Health, MD

Sidney Zisook, M.D.
University of California, San Diego

+ Member of the Research Grants Committee

National Donors
Founders ($50,000+)

Aetna Inc.

The Allergan Foundation

James M. Foote

Cara and Michael Levinson

Ivy Beth Leawis/ The IV Fund

Tyler and Ray M. Paul, Jr.

Andrew Rogoff and Amy Ginensky

The Wasily Family Foundation

Benefactors ($25,000 - $49,999)

The Herbert Adelman Foundation

Aetna Behavioral Health

Cal-Nev-Ha District of Kiwanis International

Janssen Research & Development, LLC

Sue Klebold

McKinsey & Company

Christian Miller

Otsuka America Pharmaceutical Inc.

Kelly Posner, Ph.D./Research Foundation for Mental Hygiene

SC Johnson Giving


The Sunshine Foundation

William Talbott Hillman Foundation

Patrons ($10,000-$24,999)

Advanced Clinical

Alkermes, Inc.

Harold Berkman Memorial Fund

James Boyd

Barbara Brack

Richard and Jane Brickell

Causecast Foundation

Commonwealth Worldwide

James Compton

Digital Federal Credit Union


RoseMary Fuss

Andrew Gomer

J.B. Hunt

Estate of Rose L. and Morris Kraft

Kulynych Family Foundation

Latham & Watkins LLP

The Leibowitz and Greenway Family Charitable Foundation

Lundbeck LLC

National Christian Foundation Piedmont

Pepper Hamilton LLP

Pfizer Inc.

Sue Porter

PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP

Qualcomm Incorporated

Phillip Satow


Simple Actions Family Foundation

Simply Self Storage

Kathleen Stansky

Syneos Health

Dennis and Chris Tackett

Marco Taglietti

Vitalogy Foundation

The VMware Charitable Fund

Elizabeth Vogelmann


Winston & Strawn LLP

Harris J. Wulfson Memorial Fund

Denise York

Sponsors ($5,000-$9,999)

Kay Adler


Mark Allen

Janna Bergstedt

Michele Buck

The Peter and Carmen Lucia Buck Foundation

Andres Burgos

Mary A. Burke

Burroughs Wellcome Fund

Chelsey Burrows

John Cappetta

Hardy Chan

Fon-Sheng Chang

James and Marian Cohen

Columbus East High School

Elizabeth Crown Tapper

The Cruz Family Foundation

Kimberly Denne

Gerard Dever

Andrei Dunca

David & Frances Eberhart Foundation

Edgewood College

The Eos Foundation Trust

Janet and Dwight L. Evans, M.D.

Nancy F. Farrell, M.P.A.

Former Fellows

Ford Warriors In Pink

Forty Niners Football Company, LLC

The Gant Family Foundation

Garcia Family Foundation

Mohammad Ghaffarloo

Daniella Gilady

Patricia Glenny

Len Hedge

Hershey Trust Company

Aaron Hess

Nancy Hobson

The Alan K. and Cledith M. Jennings Foundation

Johnson & Johnson

Melissa Jolly

Jonathan Kendall

L4 Foundation

Polly A. Levee Charitable Trust

Liberty Mutual

Logistick, Inc.

J. John Mann, M.D.

Edwardine Maude

Richard McClure

Nathan Moffitt

Monaghan Foundation

Fouad Moshy

New York Film Academy

James Nixon

Ewa K. Norton and David Y. Norton Charitable Trust

Origami Owl

Jake Paul

The T.R. Paul Family Foundation

Rawson Family Charitable Foundation

Robert Riesman

Rogue Games Inc

San Francisco 49ers

Jonathan Sherman

Sigma Chi Kappa Chapter

Anne and Steve Siple

Andrew Slaby, M.D., Ph.D., M.P.H.

Kimberly Sorensen

Brian and Sherry Soucy

Phil and Peg Soucy

Denise and Lawrence Sprung

Megan Lynn Swan Memorial Fund

Talley Donor Advised Fund

The Sidney and Kathryn Taurel Foundation

Tiffany and Company

Cindy Vandenbosch

Alan and Cindi Weeks

Associates ($1,000-$4,999)

4Wall Systems & Design

ABN AMRO Clearing Chicago

Audrey Absalonson

Abundant Life Church

Suanne Ackerman

Advisory Board Company

Aetna Foundation

Air Products Foundation

Kyle Albert

Amanda Albright

Travis Alexander

John Allison

Allison + Partners

Craig Allsop

The Allstate Foundation

Andrea Almeida

Alpha Sigma Xi

Becky Alseth

American Express Company Employee Giving

America’s Auto Auction

Daniel Amundsen

Scott Anderson

Jeanie Anderson

Christopher Andreas

Kristi Andrews

Jason Antebi

James Anthony

Aon Foundation

Apple Matching Gifts

Monica Ard

Liz Arlet Crawford

Ernest Arnesen

Martha Arscott

Lily Atwater

Christine Augello

Michael Ausley

Aux Sable Midstream

Sharon Baer

Daniel Ball

D. Michael Ballard

Bryan Barnard

Thomas Barnes

Mary Barnett

Jacob Bartlett

Paul Barton

Dilip Basu

Christopher Bauer

Chuck Bauman

Valerie Beacham

Beauty 21

Douglas and Sharon Becker

F. Richard Beckwith

Sara Beiro Faraboe

Richard F. and Maxine E. Beisheim

Teresa Bennett

Dan Berger

Ed Bernard

James Best

Best Buy Co., Inc.

Big Dog Books LLC

Alex Bigley

Wendell Birkhofer

Celeste Birkhofer

Richard Blackburn

Sharon Blair

Angela Blomquist

Katherine Bloom

Kenneth Blumberg

BNY Mellon Matching Gifts

Brenda Bondesen

Cynsa Bonorris

David Boroff

Bose Corporation Charitable Fund

Boston Consulting Group

Boston Industrial Consulting, Inc.

Steven Botnick

Brandi Bottorff

Robert Brandt

Martha D. Brendle

Kurt Breunig Trust

David Brixton

Broeksmit Family Foundation

Jeffrey Brown

The Browning Family Foundation

Lelani Bryan

Deanne Burch

Ian Burton

Butler Church Of The Nazarene

Heather Caffoe

Dan Cahill

The Cahn Funds for Social Change

Thomas Caldwell

Joseph Camhi Foundation Inc.

Rachael Campbell

Richard Campbell

Gabriel Campos

Cheryl Cardwell

Danielle Carp and Hannah Chmura

John Cermak

Gloria and Moe Cevallos

Molly Chapman

Chapel Hill Tire

Phillip Chappell

William Chenette

Arthur Cheng

William Cheringal

Chillicothe Rugby Football Club

Christian Church of Arlington Heights

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints

Michael Cioffi

Circle of Service Foundation

Cisco Foundation

Marie Cloyd

Edward Coe

Joshua Coffey

Harry Cohen

Robert H. and Monica M. Cole Foundation

Conor Colvin-Hunter

Yeates Conwell, M.D.

Nancy Cook


Tony Cornelius

William Coryell

John and Donna Cottey

Greg Choate

Joseph Coyne

Walter Crain

Tom Crawford

Joseph Crimi

Raymond Crosby

Crosby Marketing

Crossroads Community Church Inc.

Susan Crown

The Crystal Family Foundation


Clifford Cunningham

Charles Curran

Trey Cushman

Stephanie Daniel

Melanie Daniels

Amy and Eric Daniels

Melissa d’Arabian

Caroline Davis


Dayton Foundation Depository, Inc.

Kathryn Decoste

Michael Delellis

Claire Demarest

Robert Dern

Sue Dillon

Shanon DiSorbo

Travis Dockins

Mark Donahue

Marybeth Donaldson

Rory Donovan

Jeffery Dover

David Dowsett

Alexandra Dunstan

Nicole Edwards Limited

David Einhorn

Einstein Montgomery Medical Center Medial Staff

Douglas Elliman

The Elno Family Foundation

Nichola Elston

Aaron Elton

EmpireCLS Worldwide Chauffeured Services

Cathleen Enright

Christopher Epperson

Jon Epstein

Michael Erickson

Exterior Medics Inc

Kenny Evans

Eyefinity, INC.

Bob Ezrin

Douglas Facey

Mark Fagnani

Phillip and Jane Falconer

Fall Out Boy Fund at The Chicago Community Foundation

Ryan Farrell

Ronan Farrow

Barbara Fasola

Grant Fauth

Adam Field

Charles Fields


Jose Figueiredo

Kevin Filter

Howard B. Finkel

Mark Fischbach

David J. Fishelson

Jason Fisher

Drew Fitch

William Fitzmaurice

Fordham Preparatory School

Diane Forgy

Lindsey Fortman

Abe Froman

Foundation For Educational Administration

Geary Francis

Laurene Frederick

French-Alcott, PLLC

Kyle Frey

Sean Frey

Alexis Fricke

Jesse Fritz

Funny Friends

Jack Fusco

Igor Galynker

Sloan Gaon

Adam Gasiewski

Kelly Geary

Robert and Elizabeth Gebbia

Stevie Geder Memorial Golf Tournament

Ann George

Scott Ghahary

Jonathan Gibbins

Samuel Gifford

Chad Gilchrist

Give with Liberty

Lowell Glazer

The Glik Company

Eric Goldberg

Adam Goldfein

Elaine Goldman

Lisa Goldstone

Scott Good

Goodrich Area Schools


Sheryl Gorden

Margaret Gorman

The Gorski Family Foundation

Michael Gotzsche

Robert Gould

Edward Grech

Darren Green

Jeremy Greenberg

Francis Greenburger

Jesse Greene

Joseph Greiner

John Grieco

Brian Grieve

Bill Groener

Marianne Groth

The Marc Guerette Foundation

The Shepard Gusfield Family

Gretchen Haas, Ph.D.

Nicole Hale

Michele Hamlin

Daniel Hampton

Amy Harmon

David Harrison

Ryan Hartlief

Ellen B Harvey Foundation

Lisa Hauser

Garrett Haycock

Thomas Hazlett

Asa Heath

Daniel Heflin

Katharine Hegamyer

Erica Helphand

David Helsel

Helene Hendricks

Stephen Heney

Henry Abbott Technical High School

Elizabeth Herington

Frederick Heyse

Hi Fi and the Roadburners

Patrick Higgins

Steve Hinman


Jenny Holloway

Holman Automotive Group

John Hooker

Lucretia Horn

Human Investment.org

Katie Hungness

Steve Hunnicutt

Dori Hunt

Laurie Huseby

Hyatt Shared Service Center

Ianovale Co.

Illinois Tool Works Foundation

Illinois Tools Works Inc


Incyte Corporation Matching Gifts Program

Inovateus Solar

IntelliSurvey, Inc.

Intermountain Healthcare

J. C. Cannistraro, LLC

Jay Jacobson

Kenneth & Deborah Jaffe Charitable Fund

Vedang Jain

Nicholas Jarecki

Cindy Johnson

Deborah Johnson

Julie Johnson

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

Robyn Jong

Matt Joslyn

Curt Jure

Qurrat Kadwani

Bonnie Kalish

Scott Kapica

Helen Kaplan

Denise Kappa

Georgette Katuna

Barbara Katzman

Kevin Kavanagh

Heather Kaye

John Keane

Raymond Keck

Robert and Margot Keith

Miriam Khan

Shaleen Khurana

Melissa King

Cheryl King

Richard B. Kirchhoff, D.D.S.

Jeremy Klein

Chris Kleinert

Alison Klink

Linda Knoll

James Kopecky

Julia Korenman

Abigail Koreto

Shura Kotlerman

Chad Krause

Beti Kristof

La Quinta High School

Lisa Laible

Tonya Lauridsen

Reuven Lazarus

Stephen Leavitt

Nancy Leblond

James Ledger

Clarice Lee

Sheldon Lefkowitz

Joshua Leichter

Russell Lemle

Mike Letterman

John Levene

Karen Levine

Nicole Edwards Limited

O. James Lighthizer

Mark Lindee

Lindenmuth Family Foundation

Paul Liska

Live Nation

Jocelyn Lo

Lockheed Martin Employees’ Political Action Committee


Corey Logesky

Donna Lopez

The Love Of Christ Foundation

Lower Hudson Volleyball Association

Chris Lowery

Todd Lucas

Elaine Lucas

Natasha Madison

Michael Maher

The Ibqal & Shelby Mamdani Foundation

Sophia D. Marcovitz

Guillermo Marmol

Bill Marshall

Kimberly Martin

Marc Martinez

Rosanna Martinez

Alex Masino

MasterCard Matching Gift Program

Melissa Matarese

Jeffrey Mayer

Patricia McCamey

Richard McClure

Elizabeth McCluskey

Adam McConchie

Nicholas McCracken

Erin McGee

Colleen McGonagle

Kevin McGrath

Mary McIntire

Sarah McIntyre

Robert McKeon

McKesson Foundation

Christopher McLaren

Nancy McLernon

Mary Pat McMahon

Michelle Melnick

Darby Merchandise

Katharine Merriman

Dylan Metcalf

Metro Omaha Medical Society

James Metz

Curtis Mewbourne

Corinne Michaels

Edith Michelson

Lauren Mikes

Shirley Miles

Greg Miller

Dana Miller

Vicki and Brian Miller

MilliporeSigma Matching Gifts

Albert Mishaan

Jules Moise

Molina Employee PAC

Kerry Monahan

The Ross F. Mongiardo Charitable Fund

Pamela Montgomery

John Moody

Todd Morehouse

Melanie Moreland

Audra Morris

Taylor Morton

Elvan Moss

Christine Moutier

Mu Phi Epsilon - Texas A&M

Joanne Mueller

George Murnaghan

Davis Murphy

Tami Murray

Meg Murray

My Alarm Center

Myers Park High School Theatre Booster

Myriad Genetics, Inc.

N. Harris Computer Corporation

Francois Nader

Satwant Narula

Elliot Nash

Navigant Consulting Inc.

Hugh Neeson

Nelco Foundation, Inc.

Gayle and Charles B. Nemeroff, M.D., Ph.D.

Network for Good

New Hope-Solebury School District

Next Tier Concepts INC

Philip T. Ninan, M.D.

Elizabeth Noble

Novartis Matching Gifts

O’Donnell Wieselquist Fund

Robert Ogle

OneBeacon Insurance

Jane O’Leary

Old Chicago Boise Mall & CraftWorks Foundation

Janice Olsen

R. Craig Olson

One Ring Networks

Maria Oquendo, M.D., Ph.D.

Grace Ossiander

Geoffrey Ossias

Lee and Herman Ostrow Family Foundation

David Ott

Catherine Owen

William T. Oxenham Foundation

William Pacella

Packer Collegiate Institute

Heather Paras

Susan Parnes

The Parrish Family Foundation

Beverly Patt

Joshua Patterson

Richard Payne

Eric Perry

David Peterson

Janie Pettric

Phicas Foundation

Pi Kappa Alpha

Pi Kappa Alpha - Zeta Gamma Chapter

The Roger and Michele Picard Charitable Fund

Robin Pierce

Pilot House Associates

Leonard Pitt

John Pittman

Laine R. Poe

Toni Pollin

Portfolios With Purpose

Porzio Life Sciences

Potsdam College Foundation

Peter and Cappy Powell

Frank Presher

J Crayton Pruitt Foundation

Paige Pruitt

Linea Pullia

Pulte Group

Malva Rabibowitz

Melvin Raff

The Sudha Raheja Fund

Sandra Randazzo

Karl Rasmussen

Brian Rathfon Memorial

Sharmila Ravi

Raw & Rebellious

Joan Ray

Whoreman Red Dress Run

Regan Reding

Bill Reffert

Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, Inc

Cali Reid

Stacey Renfro

Marcia Resnick

Eric Reynolds

Robert Rhodes

Deana Rich

Ricoh U.S.A. Inc.

Jesse Ridgway

James Riepe

Right Before LLC

Amanda Roberts

Lindon Robertson

Loren Rock

Jacob Roder

Ryan Roi

Pamela Romanow

Meredith Romero

Phil Roper

Jerrold Rosenbaum, M.D.

Gordon Rosenberg

Michael Rothkopf

J. Paul Routhier

Mark Roy

Michael Rubin

Curtis Ruppal

Joseph Ruppert

Rajesh Sachdeva

Susan Sachs

Amy Sahn

Michelle Sanchez

Natalia Sandoval

Jim Sanford

Kenneth and Natalie Sansom

Carolyn Saxton

Kristan Sayers

Chris Schaafsma

Richard Schacterle

The Seidelman Scharbert D. Foundation Fund

Daniel Schaufelberger

Mindy Schneider

Patricia Schoen

Janet Schreiber

Erik Schutz

Michael Schwartz

Christopher Schweinhart

Sydney Scott

Erin Seaboyer

Secured Retail Networks

Alex Sepiol

The Sertoma Club of Norfolk

Mary and Charles Sethness Charitable Foundation

John Seybert

Kamal Shannak

Laurie Shapley

Sidharth Sharma

Vijay Sharma

Maureen Sheltry

Paula Sherman

Ari Shifman

Shirts Plus, Inc.

Shaun Shubert

Hiskias Siefkes

Debora Sigler

Kristi M. Silver

Jeanne Silvers

Jeffery Simons

Pranitha Singareddy

Michele and Tom Sirois

Skees Family Foundation

Joseph Skelton

Donald Smith

Nicholas Smock

Tim Snipes

Rebecca Snow

Scott Solombrino

Douglas Spaniol

Michael Spellman

Charles Spielman

Spielman Family Foundation

Luciano Stasi

Mark Steele

Kenneth Stein

Jaclyn Stevens

Elizabeth Stewart

Tom Stice

James Stocker

Stoker Aces Production, LLC

Michael Streicker

Richard Sturgeon

Scott Sukenick

Sarah Summer

Kelly Superczynski

Allison Sutherland

Suzanne B. Lowell Lighting Design

Phillip Sweeney

Tammy Swofford

T3 Sports Inc.

Michael Taeckens

Bethany Taylor


Amin Tehrani

Robert Tepper

Solomon Thomas

Marcus Thomas

Alexandra Thompson

To Da Max Enterprises

John Toczydlowski

Debra Toms

Triage Entertainment

Trident Seafoods Corporation

Triton Independent School District

Debra Trotter

Trustees of Phillips Academy

Robert Tudor

John Turner

Peyt Turner

The Tuttleman Foundation

Union Grove High School Choir

UnitedHealth Group Matching Gifts

University Of Oregon

VT Delta Gamma

John van der Luit

David Vanderhovel

Domenick Vanucchi

Vaughan McKee Family Trust

Victoria Velie Henry

Crystal Veras

Leo Vergara

Koshy Verghese

Paul Vetter

Susan Wadsworth

Timothy Wallace

Walnut Creek Rotary Club Community Foundation

Thomas Walsh

Donna Warden

Georgia Warrick

Derek Wasserman

Jan Weaver

Angela Webb

Joan Weberman

Karen Weinstein

Judith Weinstein

Myrna Weissman

The Weissman Family Foundation, INC.

Wells Fargo

Jamey Wening

Scott Werba

Eamon Whalen

Michael Whaley

Michael Whinston

Nicholas White

Whole Foods Market

Bryan Wiedmeyer

Robert Williams

David Williams

Sara Wilson

Thomas Winn

Stewart Winter

Suzanne Wintle

WirthCo Engineering

The Wishlist Foundation

Emma Wolfe

Adrienne Wolpoff

Beatrice Wood

Woodbridge High School

Amy Wurtzburger

Brooksley Wylie

Yanbei Yao

Yi Wang, Inc

Wendy Yoskovich

Kristen Yraola

Yun Yung

Michael Zeckel

The Zeta Upsilon Chapter of Beta Theta Pi, The College of William and Mary

Dan Zimmerman

Stephen Zynda

Memorial Funds

Aaron Goldwasser Memorial Fund Annette and Al Goldwasser

Alec Korol’s Memorial Fund Aubrey Esparza

Angel & Michelle Medina’s Memorial Fund Michelle Hutchings-Medina

Angelo J. Capasso Memorial Fund Joan Capasso

Benjamin Isaac Beezy Memorial Fund Beezy Family

Breaking in our Soles for Bryce Ryan Bilyeu

Christopher A. Behounek Memorial Fund Danielle Behounek

Darius “Dash” F. Ghahary’s Memorial Fund Ghahary’s Family

Dr. Harry Moskowitz Memorial Fund Perri Zomback

Gabriel Whooley Memorial Monica Whooley

Ian Marquez’s Memorial Fund Stacy Marquez

In Loving and Living Memory of Christopher Kimiyoshi Keopuhiwa Blackwell Lorraine Blackwell

In Loving Memory of Nicholas Masnyj Casey Likeness

In Memory of Davis Cook The Family of Davis Cook

In Memory of Grant Rozmarin Alex Amsalem and Stephanie Rozmarin Lerner

In Memory of John Kelly Megan Kelly

In Memory of Paul Laurenzi Sophia Laurenzi

Jack Smith Memorial Fund Bill Smith

Joanna Schneider Celebration of Life Alex Schneider

Keaton Newsom’s Memorial Fund Kent Newsom

Logan Barr Dailey Dawn Wells

Marshall Watson’s Memorial Fund Natalie Watson

Matthew David Grey’s Memorial Fund Eric Grey

Mia Hickman’s Memorial Fund Hickman family

Michael Goepp Kate Goepp

Michael J. Cunningham Molly Cunningham

Michael Stober Memorial Fund Kathy Herbig

Mikey Lucrezio Memorial Fund Keri Sexton Lucrezio Topf and Michael Lucrezio, Sr.

Nick Ciullo’s Memorial Fund Bob Ciullo

Run for Jake Jennifer Raphael

Running for Al Brookie Mcilvaine

Satish Singh’s Memorial Fund Shaili Singh

Sidharth Thomas John Memorial Fund Vanchit John

Stefanie Gute’s Memorial Fund Jessica Gute

The Bobby Rhinehart Memorial Fund Jeff Cuellar

The Mason Charles Shaffir Memorial Fund The Shaffir Family

Trek Berilla’s Memorial Fund Holly Berilla

Ty Mullins Memorial Fund Tanya Albright

We lost Caroline, Don’t lose another Luigi Cusano

Personal Campaigns

An Evening with the Cameos Denise Marando

Delbarton Suicide Awareness Walk David Hajduk

Dunk for Duke Dana Janney

Inline Morristown Christmas Classic Wendy Sefcik

Jason’s ULTRA for Suicide Awareness Jason Paulin

Jen and Jon’s Wedding Jennifer Sonnabend

Mitchell Swayze Page Memorial Tennis Tournament Bonnie Neiman

SOS 1000 Mile Run Thaddeus Meyer

Stoney Creek and Rochester High Charity Week Katie Antrup

TonkaFishing Memorial TonkaFishing in honor of Drake Shaver

Walk For Waltman 2018 Dominick Ryan

Chapter Donors
Benefactors ($25,000-$49,999)

Beau Carter

Patrons ($10,000-$24,999)

Civitas Public Affairs Group

Sponsors ($5,000-$9,999)

Adele Pharo Azar Charitable Foundation

Encompass Health

Scott Miller

SouthWest Water Company

Associates ($1,000-$4,999)

Air Hydro Power

Alan and Cindi Weeks

America’s First Federal Credit Union

Artisent Floors

Asbury United Methodist Church

Boeing Matching Gifts Program

Brasfield and Gorrie

Carol K. Kelly

Carr Allison

Charles Grizzle

Christopher Cole

Coastal Church

CRC Insurance Services, Inc.

David Ehrhardt

Demarcus Ware

Elizabeth T. Goodrich

Fresh Value

Gill Foundation

Goody 2 Shoes

Grayson and Associates

Heart Group of the Eastern Shore, P.C.

James Wamack

Jim Meador-Woodruff

John Foster

Kappa Alpha Theta - Tuscaloosa

Kindred at Home

Lassiter Land Company, Inc.

Medical Properties Trust, Inc

Nancy Juhn

OB-GYN Associates of Alabama, PC

P&S Transportation

Regions Bank - AL

Sandifer & Associates

Shoe Fly

Terry & Dorie Stallings

The Cliff Darby Family

The Derek Massey Scholarship Fund

The RJ Family Fund

The Troy Hospital Health Care Authority

UAB Department of Psychiatry

Well Stone, Inc.

Wiregrass Construction Company, Inc

Sponsors ($5,000-$9,999)

Matson Navigation Co.

Associates ($1,000-$4,999)

AJ Bear Piekarski

Alaska Center for ENT (ACENT)

Alaska Regional Hospital


Bristol Bay Native Corp

ClearPoint Financial


Doyon, Limited

Fairbanks Central Labor Council

Fairbanks Gold Mining INC

Foundation Health Partners LLC

Kenaitze Indian Tribe

Kristen George

Mandy Mueller

Mat Su Health Foundation

Providence Behavioral Health

Recover Alaska

Teamsters Local 959

The Alaska Community Foundation

United Way of Anchorage

Western National Insurance

Benefactors ($25,000-$49,999)
Kappa Kappa Gamma - Gamma Zeta Chapter
Sponsors ($5,000-$9,999)

Argosy University (Orange, CA)


Tyler Baumann

Associates ($1,000-$4,999)


Andrea Bailey

Arizona Chapter Paralyzed Veterans of America

Banner Health


Centene Management Company

CGI Technologies & Solutions Inc.

Chicanos Por La Causa/IHHS

Dignity Health

Flagstaff Pro Rodeo

Freeport-McMoRan Copper & Gold Foundation

Hilti North America

John Dorsey

Lynn Tuttle

NAMI Flagstaff

Predictive Index Arizona Inc

Quail Run Behavioral Health

Quickspark Financial LLC

Robert Mallett

Seth Dubry

Terros Health

The Yardi Foundation

Troy Gombert

Sponsors ($5,000-$9,999)

C. Louis & Mary C. Cabe Foundation

Mountain Valley Sportsmans Association

Patrick Minton

PricewaterhouseCoopers, LLP

Associates ($1,000-$4,999)

Arkansas Blue Cross & Blue Shield

Arkansas Department of Health

Arkansas Mental Health Counselors Association (ArMHCA)

Arkansas Therapist Connection, LLC

Bentonville Fraternal Order of Police

Black Hills Energy - Fayetteville AR

CHI St. Vincent

CrossFit Fort Smith

Dana Kithell

Donna Tidwell

Doris Morris

Entergy Arkansas

Families, Inc. Counseling Services

Kalyn Klempin

Methodist Family Health

Pinnacle Pointe Hospital

Robert Jarvis

The BridgeWay

Union Pacific Railroad


Woodland Research Northwest

Sponsors ($5,000-$9,999)

Central Valley Cycling Charitable Assoc

McHenry Bowl

Associates ($1,000-$4,999)

Charles Lebherz

David Cagle

Foundation Laboratory

Garrad and Dallas Marsh

Grand Foundation

Matthew Lemke

Nancy Breshears

Plumbers & Pipefitters-Local 442

Stuart David Home Furnishings

Sponsors ($5,000-$9,999)

Loma Linda University Behavioral Medicine Center

Rucker Muth Luxury Homebuilders

Associates ($1,000-$4,999)

California Institution for Women

Canyon Ridge Hospital

Curt Jure

David J. Muth

Leslie Soo Hoo

Ranch Recovery Centers

Riverside University Health System - Behavioral Health

Patrons ($10,000-$24,999)

Running Brave

Associates ($1,000-$4,999)

Carolyn Lidster

Chang S. Vong for Vineyard Oaks Dental

Esurance Insurance Service, Inc.

Hilda Brown

John Evankovich

Michael Jett

Sierra Health Foundation

Sierra Vista Hospital

Sutter Health

Tri Counties Bank

Virginia Mc Drew

Yuba County Public Health

Associates ($1,000-$4,999)

De La Salle High School of Concord

Jennifer Lutton

Paul Gordon

Thomas Newmeyer

Thomas Oneill

Patrons ($10,000-$24,999)

Oxnard Monday Club

Sponsors ($5,000-$9,999)

AEG Presents LLC

Araca Merchandise L.P.

Holiday Celebration Club, LLC

Associates ($1,000-$4,999)

310 Recovery

A Light in Dark Places

AGI Business Group Inc.

Allied Building Products

Balance Treating Center

BBA Aviation USA Inc

Beauty and the Bar LLC

Burke Systems

Charlottesville Pavilion Productions LLC

De Rubeis Fine Art

Deborah Snyder

Dignity Health - French Hospital Medical Center

Eric Sterling

Fayna Sanchez

Fillmore - Charlotte

Frances Berumen

Geoff Johns


Hard Rock Cafe - Orlando

House of Blues - Cleveland

Jeff Yabuki

Jena Moraga

Jennifer Page

Karen Moraga

Live Nation Worldwide, INC.

Mj Bass

Norwalk High School

Orange Peel Events LLC

Premier Concerts - Waterbury

Second Baptist Church of Los Angeles

Signature Flight Support

Stephanie Bronson

The Don Cornelius Foundation

USC Verdugo Hills Hospital

Van Buren Group Holdings, LLC

Vantage LED

We Are Concerts

Patrons ($10,000-$24,999)

Jacquelyn Bogue Foundation

Sponsors ($5,000-$9,999)

Mary E. Moore Family Foundation

Toyota of Huntington Beach

Associates ($1,000-$4,999)

Barry Peele

Bill Rich

Dixon Holdings LLC

Johnson & Johnson


Walter Masnyj

Sponsors ($5,000-$9,999)

Team Chloe

Associates ($1,000-$4,999)

Aggi Hollifield

Care 1st Health Plan

Carol Troy

Cassandra Jacob

Eden Tattoo Gallery

Elizabeth Brown

Georgia McClemons

Jive Foundation

Keith Wagner

Marvin K. Brown Auto Center

Mossy Toyota

Perry Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram

Rancho Valhalla Nursery

Ryvor Investments

San Diego Suicide Prevention Council

The McKewon Family Fund

Sponsors ($5,000-$9,999)

Blackthorn Therapeutics Inc.

Humboldt Property Management

Lucille Switzer

Patricia Marchant

Rosendin Electric, Inc.

Therapy Stores INC

Associates ($1,000-$4,999)

ALTO Pharmacy

Circle of Service Foundation

Contra Costa Medical Career College 1

Danco Builders

Dharma Merchant Services

Dr. Saul & Mrs. Judith Wasserman

Drinker Biddle

Epic Personnel Partners, LLC

Frances Templin

Frank Ronan

Gary Lapp

Gideon Hausner Jewish Day School

Gynnie Lindquist

Hensels Ace Hardware

James Purvis

Karlie Kaasch

Katherine Sharp

Kirsten Gray

LeeAnn Rohmann

McCrea Motors

Nancy Caryl Noll

Pacific Builders

Peter Loft

R.L. Ruefenacht

Redwood Capital Bank

Sally Longinetti

St. Joseph Health-Humboldt County

Suzanne Skees

TMS Health Solutions

Wornick School

Patrons ($10,000-$24,999)

Herda Family Fund

Sponsors ($5,000-$9,999)

Jessica M. Stecco Estate

Associates ($1,000-$4,999)

Brenda Fullerton

Brooke Stencel

Brookfield Residential

Cedar Springs Hospital

City of Gunnison

Cliff Rogge

Credit Union of Colorado

Elliott Merrill Community Management

First Bank - CO

Highlands Behavioral Health System

Jesse Campbell

Kim Gomez

LivingWorks Eduation Inc.

Mary Ellen Miller

Mesa County Valley School District 51

Michelle Patterson

Rocky Mountain Classical Academy

Rocky Mountain Crisis Partners

Roth Distributing

Stephanie McNair

Patrons ($10,000-$24,999)

Kara and Bill Bohnsack

Sponsors ($5,000-$9,999)

Brookie Mcilvaine

Diana Davis Spencer Foundation

Fastrac Charitable Foundation

Joseph Lee

Nancy Soule

Stelios Papadopoulos

Associates ($1,000-$4,999)

Arbella Insurance Group

Arlene Howard

Bank of America

Bearingstar Insurance Charitable Fund

Christina Dokos

Cuyler Morris

Dave Carpenter

Debra Cooper

Elizabeth Norris

Elizabeth Robertshaw

Eugene DiBiase

Gary & Linda Altieri

Grace Ray

Gregory Case

H. R. Slack

Hartford Healthcare

Holmes Oil Company


Innovative Timing Systems LLC

John Barrett

Jon and Cathleen Morgan

Langhorne Smith

Laura and Jack Gregg

Mark Maruszewski

Mark Sheridan

Melodee Roo & The Wantoks Too! Letters For Grieving Children Like You

Michael, Conor, Rory & Eamon Jones

Newport Academy

Nicholas Leonardy

Nona Valiunas

Prospect Manchester Hospital INC

Sara MacAllaster

Sarah Belk

Scott Sipprelle

Steve Spinks

Susan Howard

Tricia Vanacore


Associates ($1,000-$4,999)

Annette and Al Goldwasser

Central Florida Behavioral Hospital

Lakeland American Legion Post #4

Orlando Health

Presence Marketing Inc.

Robert Cardonne

Universal Orlando Foundation Team Member Charitable Fund

University Behavioral Center

Associates ($1,000-$4,999)

Beachy Beach 30A Real Estate

Buffalo’s Reef Inc.

Chad Anderson Farnum LLC

Dina S. Rosenau

Hilary N Farnum LLC

Jonathan Spears

Regal Stephens Construction, LLC

Setco Services

Silverfox Foundation INC

US Gold Gymnastics

Whole Life Fitness Sport and Social

Wyndham Vacation Rentals

Sponsors ($5,000-$9,999)

Barbara Prince

Debbie Schopp


Associates ($1,000-$4,999)

Adam Ventura

Albizu University

Carol & Howard Wulfson

Debra and Andrew Fechter

Debra Shapiro-Ross

Dr. Brandt Foundation

E3strength Inc.

Estrella Insurance

Gregory Hirsch

Historic Tours of America

Immaculata-LaSalle HS

James Bernstein

Joseph Jandrisch

Juliana Marchesano

Kelly Gass

Stanley R. Sherman

Susan Ross

Wendy Paolucci

Associates ($1,000-$4,999)

Barbara Lasher

Carla Wellbaum

FCCI Insurance Group

Glenn Barich

Island Cafe, LLC

Park Royal Hospital

Richard Bolger

Safford Bryant Group

Stack Crossing Purchasing Venture

Stewart Safford

SVN Florida Commercial Real Estate Advisors

Sponsors ($5,000-$9,999)

The Patrick Heinold Foundation

Associates ($1,000-$4,999)

Baptist Health System, Inc.

Black Knight Financial Services

Brittney Nutt

Dr. Jason Pearsall Memorial Fund

Karen Worman

Wekiva Spring Centers

Patrons ($10,000-$24,999)

Catalina Marketing Charitable Foundation

Sponsors ($5,000-$9,999)

Franklin Templeton Investor Services, LLC

Joshua Kernohan Memorial Fund INC

Associates ($1,000-$4,999)

David Schlaifer

FastSigns-Palm Harbor

Franklin. Templeton

Go To Steves Family Foundation

Junior Service League

Mahaffey Apartment Co.

Medical Center of Trinity

Nancy Nichols

Ray Lewis

Soil Tech Distributors

Suncoast Credit Union


Tierra, Inc

Trinity’s Team Ryder

Patrons ($10,000-$24,999)

Gilbane Building Company

Sponsors ($5,000-$9,999)

A Hand Up Charitable Fund

Advanced Bionutritionals

Behavioral Health Link

Associates ($1,000-$4,999)

Alpha Tau Omega - Georgia College

Ameriprise Financial

Amir Adiri

Arbor Pharmaceuticals

Atlanta Braves Foundation

Benton Management Group, LLC

Brandy Williamson

Carlton Guthrie

Casa Nuova

Chris Travaille

Crim & Associates Inc

Henry Lorber & Associates

Iris and Dwight Raiford

Jackson Healthcare

Jeffrey A. Coe Charitable Fund

Jeffrey Mayer

Karen Erickson

Kathleen Baker

Michael Jaber

Priscilla Glass

Richard Baker

Richard Curtis

Robert and Marcia Gilbreth

Robert Christy

Roderick S, Flossie R, & Helen M Galloway Foundation, Inc.


Textile Industries Media Group, LLC.

The Fulton-Dekalb Hospital Authority

The Ivy Lane, Ltd.

The Rifkin Foundation

The Ultimate Software Group, INC.

The Will To Live Foundation

William Alford

Associates ($1,000-$4,999)

BHC Rhodes

Dora Coccetella

Elaine Kauffman

Ferroloy, Inc.

Huhtamaki, Inc.

Kelly Moffat

Mark Sutherland

Memorial Golf Tournament for Suicide Prevention

Michele Sordal

OptumRx Inc

Sports Physical Therapists

TCC Gives

The Children’s Mercy Hospital


Patrons ($10,000-$24,999)

Lorraine Blackwell

Associates ($1,000-$4,999)

Dayne Carvalho Foundation

Eric Tash

Hawaii State Federal Credit Union

Jeanelle Sugimoto-Matsuda

Pua Kaninau-Santos

Sharon Brown

State of Hawaii

Suzan Kaninau

Associates ($1,000-$4,999)

Idaho Hometown Hero Medal

Lisa Dean

Optum - ID

Outpost Church

Portneuf Medical Center

Patrons ($10,000-$24,999)

Alpha Epsilon Pi Tau Chapter

Daniel Revers

Deidre Guy

John Burns Construction Company

John Muno

Sponsors ($5,000-$9,999)

Bruce C. Abrams Foundation

Gift of Hope Tissue Network

Kevin Marcum

Associates ($1,000-$4,999)

Advocate Lutheran General Hospital

Ageless Arts Tattoo and Body Piercing

Allstate Foundation

Andrew Larsen

Andrew McPeters

Anne King

Association Of Staff Physician Recruiters

Beth Lurz

Bloomberg L.P.

Brunch X Burn

Burt Rosenberg

Caitlin Duffy Memorial Foundation

Cara Levinson

Carol Davis

Child Adolescent & Family Recovery Center

Clarity Clinic


CycleBar Liberty Township

Debbie Wagner

Denise M. Mitan

Donald Shoemaker

Edye Ellis

Elaine Larsen

Ellen Morley

Erika Barber

Fellowship Church

Frank Lizzadro

GCG Financial, Inc.

Giselle Batacan

Ground Zero Bar, LLC

Health Care Service Corporation

Jake Vinyard Foundation

Jami Lavin

Jennifer Murphy

Jodi Branson

Kayla Dousias

Kimberly Jednachowski

Lesro Industries

Lissa Singer

Matthew Steinmetz

Mettamade Yoga Events

Michael Bonifacio

Mike Fischer

Millstone Weber LLC

Mindcrest Inc.

Nina Boorstein

Noble Kinsman Brewing Co.

OSF Healthcare System

Paula Edwards

Peotone Community Unit District 207-U

Randolph Kohr

Riverside Medical Center Kankakee

Robert Fink

Salsa 17

Scott Becker

Spiritist Society of Chicago

Springfield Electric Supply Company

Streamwood Behavioral Health Center

Taylor Chrysler Jeep Dodge

Tinker and Chance Development

United Way Metro Chicago


Zili Pan

Patrons ($10,000-$24,999)

American Veterans Motorcycle Riders Association, Chapter 14


Cleinman Performance Partners

Indiana Department of Mental Health and Addiction/Family and Social Services Adm

Indiana State Department of Mental Health and Addiction (DMHA - FSSA)

VFW Post 1587

Walmart, Inc

Sponsors ($5,000-$9,999)

Indiana Grand Casino

Main Source Bank

Associates ($1,000-$4,999)

3Rivers Federal Credit Union

9 Round - Carmel IN

Alicia Meeker

America’s Window, LLC

American Legion Post 331 Gaming

B K Club

Bill MacLafferty


Bonnie Beaman

Caesars Enterprise Services LLC

Community Health Network, Behavioral Health Services

Community Health Network

Community Hospital Anderson

Cummins Behavioral Health Systems Inc.

Deem LLC

Eagle Rider Group (Fraternal Order of Eagles Aerie #4167)

Four County Comprehensive Mental Health Center, Inc.

Fuel VM


Hoosier Park Racing & Casino

Indiana IDOC

Indiana University

IU Health North Hospital

Jayne Jennings

JL Engelman Family Fund

Joan Terry

Jonathan Liang

Kelsey Steuer

Mark Becker

McNevin Kreider Mcinnes, LLP

Paul Rivest

Porter Starke Services

Ranjini Baratan

Ricca Chemical Company

Richard and Doris Zirkelbach

Rush Memorial Hospital

Shaun Werth

Spot Inc.

State Employees’ Community Campaign

Syed Khan

Thomas E Carrico Garfield Post 88 American Legion Aux

VFW Post 1752


Sponsors ($5,000-$9,999)

Alive & Running Iowa

Associates ($1,000-$4,999)

Darla Brendemuehl

DHI Group Inc.

Doug Stark

Eyerly Ball Community Mental Health Services

Gary Scrutchfield

Isabel McDanel

Jeffrey K. Rowe

Jerry Douglas

Kent Widmer


The Iowa Clinic

The Meredith Corporation

TJ Maxx Region 23

Wink, Inc.

Sponsors ($5,000-$9,999)


UAW Ford Local 862

Associates ($1,000-$4,999)

Cathy Stodghill

Charah, LLC

Charlie Farr

D.L. Johnson

Deborah Dunn

El Toro

Elisabeth Goth

Ford Motor Company

Jennifer F. Le

Kelly Knaebel

Laura Mullins

Mercy Health of Paducah

Rivendell of Kentucky


Sophia Technifabs Inc.

Todd Cole

Sponsors ($5,000-$9,999)

Irish Channel Funding

Michele Danis

Nat Kiefer

Associates ($1,000-$4,999)

Bob Cason

Brook Melancon

Bugsy Kershaw

Cruisin Cajun

Denise P Breaux Memorial

Derek Jackson

DPB Company, LCC; dba Houma-Gray Gulf Gas Station

Fraternal Order of Police & Bossier Police Local 645

Kris Kiefer

Lisa K. Duhon

Magnus Leblanc

Megan Kiefer

Radiant Life Ministries

Rhonda Veazey

Robin Evans

Sam Houston High School PILOT Club

St. James Behavioral Health Hospital

The Brett Thomas Doussan Foundation

UnitedHealth Group

Whaley Law Firm LLC

Willis-Knighton Health System

Patrons ($10,000-$24,999)

Alina de la Cruz

Digital Federal Credit Union

Linda K Marino Charitable Foundation

MA Department of Public Health

Newton South High School - Student Activities Account

North Shore Hellenic Womens Guild

Subaru of New England, Inc.

Sponsors ($5,000-$9,999)

Ancient Craft Widows Sons

Ann W Bresnahan

Dawson Rutter

Exeter Hospital

Loomis, Sayles & Company

Metro Credit Union

Mintz Levin

Roger Marino

Scott Ossif

The Redo Giving Fund

Topsfield Athletic Association

Worcester Fire Road Race

Associates ($1,000-$4,999)

Alison Reeves

Alternative Home Health Care LLC

Ancient Craft Widows Sons

Annie Kuphal

Becki Maki

Boathouse Group, Inc.

Brian Daniell

Caitlin Schemenaur

Century Bank

Cindy Martin

Connor’s Climb Foundation

Conrad Roy

Cosgrove, Eisenberg and Kiley PC


Curry Printing

Dana Kelble

Daniel Serpico

David Perreault

David Soper

Dawn Farrell

DMB & RAB, Jr Scholarship Fund

Donald Scholz

Eden & Rafferty Attorneys at Law

Emerson Hospital

Emma Jones

Endurance International Group

eResearch Technology Inc

Eric J. Drobinski Mem Foundation

Flynn Law Group

Freddy Tonsberg

Fredrich Lim

Georgette Tsavoussis

Goodwin Procter LLP

Greater Lowell Community Foundation

Griffin Capital Company

Henry LaShoto

Jennifer Memoli

Jill Simmons

John White

Justice Resource Institute Inc

Katrina Tagget Memorial Foundation

Lauren Demski

Lisa Stake

Mary L. O’Neil

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

McLean Hospital

Megan Neumayer

Micaela Connelly

Michael Shawn Sousa Foundation

Nancy Simches

Nordic Inc

North Easton Savings Bank

Peggy Koenig

Peter Berenson

PGF Advisors LLC

Public Consulting Group

Shonda Schilling

Sirois Family Fund

Sky High Studios

Stephen and Melissa White

Sunteck TTS

Susan Needle

The Benny Fund

The Catered Affair

The TJX Foundation

Thomas Soviero

TJX Company

Todd McCallister

Tracie Lindsey

Travaglini Eisenberg Kiley LLC

Trinity Financial Charitable Fund

WB Mason

Patrons ($10,000-$24,999)

Isaac Souede

Sponsors ($5,000-$9,999)

AFSP Massachusetts

Associates ($1,000-$4,999)

Austen Riggs Center

Berkshire Coalition for Suicide Prevention

Berkshire Health Systems

CMC Berkshires

Gale Toyota

Great Spirits Tattoo, Inc.

Gretchen Engquist

Health New England

Johanna Rodriguez

Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health

Michael White

Run Westfield

Rustysplace and Rustys Country Store

Stephanie Zuidema

The Brien Center

University of Massachusetts

Westek Architectural Woodworking Inc

Westfield Technical Academy Baseball Booster Club

Associates ($1,000-$4,999)

Aerus, LLC

Confidential Appraisal Services LLC

Patrons ($10,000-$24,999)

Patricia Gentry

Sponsors ($5,000-$9,999)

Ed’s Plant World Inc.

Emily Fulkerson

Hilltop Electric Company

NRG Energy Inc.

Associates ($1,000-$4,999)

Adventist HealthCare Behavioral Health & Wellness Services

Ann Brennan

BGC and G&G

Bill Edmonds

Boggs Disharoon American Legion Post 123

Bonfire Funds LLC

Brennan Title Company

Carter Puryear

Catherine Smith

Chesapeake Surgical Ltd.

Dean D’Camera


Enterprise Holdings Foundation

Frederick Community College Center for Student Engagement


Grace Nyblade- A New Leaf Therapy

Harbor Roofing and Contracting Inc.

James Murray

Jim Lighthizer

Jim, Nick, Bink, and Morgan, with Invictus International Consulting

John Dickerson

Karin Pindle

Kathleen Gruver

Katrina Tagget Memorial Foundaiton

Lori Barnard

Lou and Sue D’Camera

Major Garrett

Margaret Wood

Merkle Response

Nagel Farm Service

Nelson Holt

Octagon Services Inc. dba Tanks Direct

Pathways, Anne Arundel Medical Center

People’s Bank of York

Project Enhancement Corporation

Resthaven Memorial Gardens, Funeral Home + Crematory

Richard Marks

Sarah Butler

Shelly Gold

Steve Schuh

Susan Maskaleris

Sutton Properties LLC

Sysco Baltimore

The John Carroll School

Timothy Corcoran

TK Behavioral

Transformations Fitness for Women

Tristar Martial Arts

Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Columbia

University of Maryland Baltimore Washington Medical Center

VFW 7464


Worcester Youth and Family Counseling

Patrons ($10,000-$24,999)

Rochester Community Schools

Sponsors ($5,000-$9,999)

Anne Perry

Capital Region Community Foundation

Celanese Foundation

Frequency Finders

Mark McClure

Pam Nelsen

The Lancaster Family

Thomas McGill

Associates ($1,000-$4,999)

Aaron Hubbard

Acrisure LLC

BASF Corporation

Beale Group Investments

Beverly Connolly

Bodman PLC

Cedar Creek Hospital of Michigan

Clarity Voice

Clark Construction Company

Dan and Erika Gulbrandson

Detroit Pistons Public Relations

DH Construction Company

Emergent BioSolutions

FCA Foundation

Forest View Hospital

Forget-Me-Not Thrift Store

Fuse Technology Group

Grand River Aseptic Manufacturing, Incorporated

Grennan Construction

Haslett Middle School

Ink Therapy Lansing

Josh Auxier

Julie Gonzales

Justin Klamerus

Kelly Eimers

Kirk Dunsbergen

Lansing Catholic Church

MAC Custom Homes

McLaren Greater Lansing

Melissa Parsons

Michigan High School Athletic Association

Miranda Jones

Nissa Smith

Northern Drywall Specialists, Inc.

Orchid Orthopedic Solutions

Peter Miller

Pine Rest Christian Mental Health Services

Reid Depowski

Robert Martin

Rod Hathaway

Sharon Cheek

Sparrow Health System

Steve Yontz

The Fillmore Detroit

The Korff Foundation

The Stonisch Foundation

Thriveworks Beverly Hills

Todd Waite Legacy Foundation

Uaw Local 373

WBHR Consultants Inc

Associates ($1,000-$4,999)

Biloxi Public School District

Cups in Madison

Emily Herrington

Mississippi Power Community Connection

Associates ($1,000-$4,999)

Andrew O’Brien

Apple Valley American Legion Post 1776

Avera Marshall

Balthazar Investments LLC

D. Bros

Eagles 3208 Gambling

Gage Griffing

Gary and Marilyn Blanchette

James Jarocki

Jane Vikse Real Estate

Jane Windmeier

Janelle Abbott

Jessica Schaefer

Lisa Bellucci Johanson

Luella Ballard

Luther Philaya

Melinda Moede

Nicholas Cox

Performance Office Papers

Rich Hirsch

Robert Grueschow

Robert Wenck

TCF Bank

The Advocate Group

The Torgerson Family Foundation

The Walser Foundation

Thomas Hurd

Trevor Roediger

Associates ($1,000-$4,999)

Affinity Plus Federal Credit Union

Charlebois, Riverside on the Root

Laura duCharme

Nancy McMahon

Red Wing Credit Union

Tower View Candle Company

Patrons ($10,000-$24,999)


Sponsors ($5,000-$9,999)

Mark Perkins

Associates ($1,000-$4,999)

American Casino St. Charles

Arrowhead Building Supply

Audrey Burger

Barnes-Jewish Hospital

Becky Riney

Bob Ebert Life Scholarship Fund

Branson’s Nantucket, LLC

City of Florissant

Dan Kenkel

Douglas Kost

Ed Smith

Gershman Commercial Real Estate

Jaclyn Fearheiley

Jay Gee

Jeff Kimes

Jenna Koeller

Mercy Hospital - St. Louis

Missouri Department of Mental Health

Phil and Beth Berra

Renee Clark

Rubin Brown

Samuel Zeller

Stephen and Kathleen Zeller

Taps for Team Jakey

Theodore A. Kienstra Foundation

Thomas M. Gunn

Thomas Nawa

Tod Stephens

Associates ($1,000-$4,999)

MC Cortney Foundation

Nichole Thomas

Stuart B Eiken Foundation

Veterans United Foundation

Patrons ($10,000-$24,999)

Shannon Martell

Sponsors ($5,000-$9,999)

First Presbyterian Church

Town Pump

Associates ($1,000-$4,999)

Anderson ZurMuehlen

Christopher Petek

CHS Inc.

CHS Refinery, Pipelines and Terminals

Donald and Carol Roberts Foundation

First Presbyterian Church

Gloria Ramus

Janice Newell

Janine M. Dolezel

Jeanne Dussault

Joan Nye

Montana Psychiatry, PLLC

Painting with a Twist - MT

Phillips 66

Providence Health and Services Western Montana

SCL Health

The Walmart Foundation

Vietnam Veterans of America Inc

Vincent Von der Ahe

Patrons ($10,000-$24,999)

Ben Shaffer Golf Classic

The Bernard and Anne Spitzer Charitable Trust

Sponsors ($5,000-$9,999)

Benzel-Busch Motor Car Corp.

Brees Dream Foundation

Contrack Watts, Inc. Malti Livingston

Associates ($1,000-$4,999)

Anthony Iacovone

Bikers United Against Suicide

Brothers of Sigma Phi Epsilon

Buckley Sandler

Carolyn Baker

Daniel Keany

DipJar Inc

Elizabeth Irland

Fox Rothschild

Gary Rappaport

Greenbrook TMS

Home Savings & Trust Mortgage


Intact Technology, Inc.

Integrity Technology Service, Inc

International Association of Women in Fire & EMS

Interstate Moving/Relocation/Logistics

Interstate Van Lines

John Wood

Kelley Willitts

Liv Live Concerts

Mary Peterson

Modern Technology Solutions, Inc

National Cooperative Bank

Park View High School

Roberts Oxygen Company, Inc.

Shirley Contracting Company, LLC - VA

Stone’s Cove Kitbar of Herndon, LLC

Susan Kelleher


The Advisory Board Company

The Ross Center for Anxiety & Related Disorders

Thomas Fertitta

Troutman Sanders

V.F. Pavone Construction Co

Victory Inn, Inc.

Wakefield High School

Wayne Gatewood

William B. Hopke Company, INC.

Yanbei Yao

Zimmer Biomet

Sponsors ($5,000-$9,999)

Julie Wright


Associates ($1,000-$4,999)

A Better Way Therapy

Alivation Health

Amy J. Reed

Barbara Holmes (Binau)

Brad Wright

Bryan Health

Candi Hrdy

Chari McEvoy

Community Alliance - Mental Health Recovery

David Swearingen


Joan Bruland

Joseph Jackson

Lavon Hajek


Rebecca Wohlers

Region 6 Behavioral Healthcare

Seline Family Foundation

Sid Dillon Chevrolet Blair, INC

Terri Piccolo

Zfaty Burns

Associates ($1,000-$4,999)

Alpine Credit Union

Anthony and Mary Anne Sansone

Nevada Council on Problem Gambling

Renown Health

Ron Baicer

Sal Giordano

Patrons ($10,000-$24,999)

Michele Romano

Sponsors ($5,000-$9,999)

Raymond Romano Inc.

Associates ($1,000-$4,999)

Ellen Pongrace

Estate of Steven M Kalow

Exeter Hospital

Jupiter Hall LLC

Kerry Scala

Melissa O’Brien

Benefactors ($25,000-$49,999)

Newman Cares Inc

Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School

Patrons ($10,000-$24,999)

Arthur Kontos Foundation

Curo Financial Technologies Corp.

James Andersen

Sponsors ($5,000-$9,999)

John Cappetta

Toni and Aman Vazir

Associates ($1,000-$4,999)

Ace Wire & Cable Co Inc


Akhancept, LLC

Arrow Fastener Co., Inc.

Arthur Souritzidis

Atlantic Health System

Audrey Stulberger

Beach Electric Company

Beth Fitch

Bill and Del Duffy

Brian Costello

Buy a Car from Adam

Capital One Services LLC

Carol Dillulio

Carrier Clinic NJ

Clara Melchiorre

Daniel Dwyer

Delbarton School - The Order of St. Benedict NJ

Delmhorst Instrument Co

Elyse Alper

Everett Walsh

Gerry Flynn

Grace Church in Nutley

Green Village Fire Dept

Hamilton Township Board Of Ed

Highlands Strong

Janice Cooney

Jay Lincoln

Jennifer Schule

Joe and Diane Germmell

John and Sharon Riley

John Toskovich

Knotty Pine Pub


Kyle Malady

Lauren Siclare

Lisa Phillips

Manasquan Bank

Maria Obrien

Michele Taylor

Oliver Communications Group, Inc.

Parx Casino

Paula Field

Phil Hennebry

Philadelphia Insurance Companies

Pursue Physical Therapy & Performance Training

Raine Organization

Robert Ryan

Rutgers Panhellenic Greek Council

Ryan Brenner

Ryan Finn

Sean Costello

Soltex, Inc.

The Nutley High School Class of 2017

Thomas and Julianne Bennett

Thomas Brancato

Thorlabs, Inc

Verona Education Association

Victor Bermudez

Sponsors ($5,000-$9,999)

Larry H. Miller American Toyota

Associates ($1,000-$4,999)

Desert Hills

Haven Behavorial Healthcare INC

Hinkle Law Offices

Sponsors ($5,000-$9,999)

Ashleigh Brill

The Community Foundation of Western North Carolina INC

Associates ($1,000-$4,999)

Amara Wellness

Andrew Hibel

Betsy Rhodes

Bob Barker Company

Cardinal Innovations Healthcare (Charlotte)

Carolinas HealthCare System

Catalyst Church

Clint Serafino

Coastal Carolina Neuropsychiatric Center

Courtney Carter Homes, LLC

Douglas Vetter

Eastover Psychological & Psychiatric Group

Family Preservation Services of NC


Greg Joseph

John Ennis

Karen Lezzer

Karin Goepp

Kelly McArdle Construction

Kiwanis Club of Topsail Island Area

Lance Hall

Marc Abatiell

Michael Kahn

Monarch (North Carolina)

Natalie Reinhart

Novant Health

Old Vineyard Behavioral Health

Onslow Memorial Hospital

Parishioners of St Gabriel

Parkside Family Dental

Patrick Doyue

Paws & Claws Animal Hospital

Premier Research

Quality Agents LLC

Sandhills Behavioral Center

Silvia Kolb

Stevenson Automotive Group

Teresa Batts Real Estate LLC

The Busty Petites

Tim Wilson

Town of Fuquay-Varina

W Lloyd Clark

William DeVore

Sponsors ($5,000-$9,999)

Gate City Bank

Associates ($1,000-$4,999)

Alan and Evelyn Alt

Black Ridge Bank

C&J Energy Services

Cindy and Tony Heidrich

Cottingham Insurance Agency DDC Inc


Dakota Foot & Ankle Clinic, P.C.

Dakota Medical Foundation

Doosan/Bobcat Company

Heartview Foundation

Horizon Resources

Judy DuBois

Julie Blehm

Karin Haskell

Kathy Feist

L2 Contracting

Lance Schreiner

Marcus Theatres

Memories Are Forever

Miranda Sherven

Morris Hund

North Dakota Guaranty & Title

Prairie St. John’s

Sanford Health

Secure Onsite Services USA, LLC

Wade Bomber

Zuger Kirmis & Smith

Patrons ($10,000-$24,999)

C. R. Bard Foundation

Charlie Crew

Kenneth Handler

Sponsors ($5,000-$9,999)


The Kerry Crew Charitable Gift Fund

Associates ($1,000-$4,999)

AIFG Consultants, LTD

Alton U. Farnsworth Middle School

Argyle Central School District

Beacon Health Options

Bob Strode

Captech Logistics

Carolyn L. Nolan

Citizen Advocates

Colby Senior Behavioral Health Unit Adirondack Health

Dustin Mele Memorial Fund

Edward Wesneski

First Reformed Church of Schenectady

GE Foundation

Hudson River Bank & Trust, Co.

James T Russo Memorial Fund

Jamie Harris

Joan Moynihan

Joseph Carey

Kenneth Romanski

Matthew Todriff

Molly Dorrough

Noemi Negron

Pioneer Bank

SABIC Innovative Plastics

Target Corporation

Sponsors ($5,000-$9,999)

CFCU Community Credit Union - Ithaca

Karen Massarotti

Associates ($1,000-$4,999)

Amanda Miller

Angela Marotta

Eric Grey

Mohawk Valley Walk Raffle Proceeds

Sponsors ($5,000-$9,999)

AnnMarie Daliso

Associates ($1,000-$4,999)

Andrew Famulare

Anne Marie La Traverse

Chris Olson

Crystal Run Healthcare

Diana Ahrens

Diane Missasi

Gary Davis

Goldman, Sachs & Co.

Gregg Loomis

Knights of the Road

Lester and Rena Moskowitz

Mark Taylor

Melissa Dudas

New York State Bridge Authority

Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, Inc.

Rick Goodchild

Salina Sabri

Team Daniel Running for Recovery

Patrons ($10,000-$24,999)

Jeffrey and Robin Raich

Sponsors ($5,000-$9,999)

Kathy Lambert

The Buller Foundation

The Zucker Foundation

Thomas Lambert

Associates ($1,000-$4,999)

Advanced Energy

Barbara Christie

Brad Gute

Cami NYC

Carrie Petrocca

Catherine Danziger

Christina Fuchs

Clintrack Clinical Labeling Services

Daniel DeMarco and Associates, Inc

Debra Thompson

Diane Goldberg Foundation

Emerald Document Imaging

Geico Philanthropic Foundation

H2M Architects and Engineers

Halo Network INC

Joseph Camhi Foundation, Inc.

Kat Conigliaro

Leanne M. McDonough

Metro Wide Format LLC

Nassau County PBA

Ocean Spray Hot Tubs & Saunas

Paul Millus

Power Cooling Inc.

Robert Gallo

The Ames Charitable Foundation

The Clifford Family

The Long Island Home - South Oaks Hospital Broadlawn Manor Nursing Care Center

Two Brothers Memorial Fund Inc.

Tyler Wolfram

Sponsors ($5,000-$9,999)

Douglas Elliman Real Estate

J John Mann

Associates ($1,000-$4,999)

Allison Grigg

Ashley Ptacek

Audrey Robbins

Avalon Bay Communities

Chaparral Foundation

David Roth

David Sargent

Fortress Investment Group

Gary Segal

Harry Ekonomakos

Holly Parker

James Balitsos

Jamie Gagliano

John Clancy

Karen Petty

Mark Metts

Mary Elise Millus Foundation, Inc.

Maternal Mental Health Foundation

Matthew Sirovich

New York Psychotherapy & Counseling Center - NYPCC

Raymond Lee

Roger Freeman

Theo Killion

Tom Salice

Associates ($1,000-$4,999)


Benefactors ($25,000-$49,999)

Meg’s Gift

Sponsors ($5,000-$9,999)

First United Methodist Church

Kelly Brannen

Associates ($1,000-$4,999)

BestSelf Behavioral Health

Brenda Nease

Central Lanes

Christian Vanni

First Presbyterian Church of Franklinville

GMR Associates, Inc.

Greater Chautauqua

HealthNow New York, Inc.

Jamestown Advanced Products

Joe Federico

John Rodgers

Kelly Brannen

Kelly for Kids Foundation

Marlene Nesselbush

Monica Bard

Paychex Community Foundation Inc.

Phillip Nalbone

Postler & Jaeckle Corp.

Richard T Mulcahy

Rochester Institute of Technology

Spectrum Human Services

University at Buffalo Counseling, Health and Wellness

Williamsville North Softball Program

Patrons ($10,000-$24,999)

Interstate Gas & Supply

Sponsors ($5,000-$9,999)

Carmen Aleva

Delta Faucet Company

Diane Hardman

Jeff Rader Memorial LLC

Joel Dusty Rhodes

The Western and Southern Life Insurance Company

Associates ($1,000-$4,999)

Ames Gardner

Christine Lee

Cincinnati Pride Inc

Cleveland Cavaliers

Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C)

Emily Molina

Erie Indemnity

Fairmont Presbyterian

Fifth Third Bank Cincinnati

Fran Whitehurst

Frank Cocciolone

Glenn Moor

Harry K James Jr.

Haven Behavioral Hospital of Dayton


Jeanne Hardy

Jim White Toyota

Katheryn Mason

Kettering Health Network

Leclerc Charity Fund

Leipsic United Methodist Church

Lorain County Board of Mental Health

Maria Stein Family Practice Inc

Mark Colan

Martin Kilroe

Maureen Kiss

Melissa Davis

Miami Valley Golf Foundation

Nationwide Children’s Hospital - Columbus, OH

O.O.O. Enterprises Inc.

Ohioans Home Healthcare

Outreach Ability Services LLC

Paul and Dina Block Foundation

Providers for Healthy Living

Rebecca Elias

Redhawk Grille

Steve Rosenberger

Teresa Riley

The Allstate Foundation

Traci Crain Wallace

William Posey

Associates ($1,000-$4,999)

Jonne Johnson

Misty Kokojan

Muscogee Creek Nation, Department of Health

Terry Viner

The Morrison Group

TMA Systems

Patrons ($10,000-$24,999)

Daimler Trucks North America (DTNA)

Parker Bounds Johnson Foundation

Sponsors ($5,000-$9,999)

FedEx Ground


Associates ($1,000-$4,999)

Alan Kaynard

Bruce Retchless

Care Oregon

Chris Forsberg


Gibs RV Inc

Gretchen Krug

Howell, Edwards, Deorksen with Rigdon-Ransom Funeral Directors

Jackson Auto Body

Jason Blazek

Kelly Fisher

Kipco Construction LLC

Lori Petersen

Midvalley Behavioral Care Network

Northwest Human Services

Oregon Fuel Injection,Inc

Oregon State Credit Union

Pacific Source Health Plans

Pacific Stair Corporation

Salem Health

Santiam Correctional Institution

Surety Association of Oregon

The Oasis Center for Counseling and Wellness, LLC.

Waterfall Clinic Mental Health

Weber Accounting & Tax Service

Sponsors ($5,000-$9,999)

Takeda Pharmaceuticals USA Inc. & Lundbeck

Associates ($1,000-$4,999)

Alissa Martin

Heather Garbrick

J.E. Wheelock Home Association

Joyce Sipple


No More Dirty Blinds

Oasis Lifecare LLC

Stacey Losell

The Meadows Psychiatric Center - Centre Hall

Valerie Mctavish

Patrons ($10,000-$24,999)

Caring 4 Cody

Associates ($1,000-$4,999)

Dun & Bradstreet

Jeremy Carnahan

Justin Rine

Kim Roadarmel

Lehigh Center For Clinical Research

Peter Christian

Associates ($1,000-$4,999)

Angelika Everett

Bedwick Foods Inc. The 911 of Food Service

East Stroudsburg Area School District

Jim Payne Memorial Charities

JoAnne McCain

Mandy and Bob Loeffler

Pam Elliott

Rodney Sennett

Salisbury Behavioral Health

Wilkes University

Patrons ($10,000-$24,999)


Kyle Ambrogi Foundation Inc.

Lundbeck LLC

Sponsors ($5,000-$9,999)

Christian Evans

Conestoga High School Class of 2018

Dominic Vinciguerra Memorial Foundation

Jim Stetler

Johnson & Johnson

Nikki Carden Dishman



United Way of Greater Philadelphia & Southern New Jersey

Associates ($1,000-$4,999)

Ann Gerbin

Bath Saver Inc DBA Bath Fitter

Brooke Glen Behaviorial Hospital

Care Fund at USLI

Carly McAneny

Caroline McGrath Brooker

Darby Sullivan

Diane Harrison

Donna Witonsky

ERT, Inc.

Eva M DiMichael

Friends Hospital

Guy Diamond

Jackie Hartzell

Janet Evans

Janssen RnD, LLC

Joe Malachi Silberstein

Judith Snow

Karen Mastrocola

Katie Cassidy

Ketamine Treatment Centers - Philly

Laurie Lang

Maria Oquendo, M.D., Ph.D.

Mario Moya

MarketPlace Philadelphia L.P.

Menasha Packaging

Michele Kemble

Milligan & Co., LLC

Orin Hollander

Philadelphia Police Dept.


Powell Family Foundation

Saint John Vianney Center

Scott Godshall

Seven Hills Inc

Shawn and Emily Meals

Simone Zappile

Stacy Kabic

Susan McCallion

The Ardmore Music Hall

The Horsham Clinic

The Vanguard Group

Tia Sharpe


Sponsors ($5,000-$9,999)

Michele Buck

Associates ($1,000-$4,999)

American Stock Transfer & Trust Co.

Arch Insurance Group

Arch Insurance

Charles J. McKain

Freedom Toyota of Harrisburg

Hershey Trust Company

LifeCare Hospitals of Mechanicsburg

Mary Ann Anderson

Menasha Corporation Foundation

Northeastern Foundation

Penn State - Accounting Operations

Rost & Associates

Teresa Perez

Todd Martin

Patrons ($10,000-$24,999)

The Magovern Family Foundation

Sponsors ($5,000-$9,999)

AJ Smith Memorial Golf Fund

Pi Kappa Alpha - Gamma Sigma

Associates ($1,000-$4,999)

Allegheny Health Network

Anthony Meledandri Memorial Fund

Christi Laughlin

Community Alternatives, INC

Community Care Behavioral Health

Daniel Turkowski

Edward Engler

EQT Foundation

Eric Boduch

Evereve Inc

Family & Friends of Jason Kearney

Gail Welsh

Geotechnical Testing Services, Inc.

Glenn Kolod

Jim Bertoti

John and Cathy Demos

Joseph Kozora

Kelly Robinson

Kelly S. Rupert

Martin Pollack

MSA Worldwide LLC

Nicky Dittmer

Paul and Dina Block Foundation

Pine Richland High School

Pine-Richland Education Assoication

Pittsburgh Ketamine LLC

Rakowich Family Foundation

Stephen Lamm

TCF Foundation

Walter Rakowich

WesBanco Bank, INC

Associates ($1,000-$4,999)

Benjamin Sanford

Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island

J Martha

Jon Silva

Sinko Enterprises LLC

Patrons ($10,000-$24,999)

Simplicity LowCountry Cremation & Burial Service

Sponsors ($5,000-$9,999)

Soda City Stand LLC

Associates ($1,000-$4,999)

AARP SC State Office

Annual Mitchell Hunt Golf Tournament

Beazer Homes Corp

Big Papa’s Social Club

Blue Cross Blue Shield of South Carolina

Daniel Island Company Employee Advised Fund

Grand Strand Health

Gwendolyn Stanton

Hal Dunlap


Installation Solutions Inc

Lisa Pappas

Lisbell Cherrington

Phi Gamma Delta - Mu Lambda

Piedmont Plastics

Polymershapes, LLC.

Rik Chomko

RNA Investments, LLC

Robert J. Faas

Roper St. Francis Healthcare

Sean and Gillian McLernon Family Fund

Sumter School District

The Lamplighters Club

Three Rivers Behavioral Health

Tom Ryba

Tom Weiner


Associates ($1,000-$4,999)

Concrete Materials

Reliabank Dakota

Sanford Health

Sponsors ($5,000-$9,999)

Pilot Flying J

Associates ($1,000-$4,999)

Anita McMahan Shubert

April Burr

Berserk Athletics

CFH Financial Services Inc.

Douglas Tice

EPB Fiber Optics

Justin Whitman

Lakeside Behavioral Health System

Michael Hosale

Mitch and Lynn Lewellen

Phillip Morrison

Robert Bryar

Saving Grace

Sherry Bowman

UL EHS Sustainability

Vicki Ford

W.R. Grace Foundation

Weighting Comforts

Wells Fargo

Sponsors ($5,000-$9,999)

Highland Capital Management

Zero Wait-State

Associates ($1,000-$4,999)

Beverly Messer

Castle Hill Fitness

HEB (Austin)

I Live Here, I Give Here

Michael Reed

Nicole Edwards Limited

Norma Schaefer

Printglobe Inc

Racing Systems

Richard Kerr

Ride Indoor Cycling

Royal Burleson

Steve Flores

Texas Tech Federal Credit Union

Vlad Gluchkov



Patrons ($10,000-$24,999)

Phi Delta Theta - Dallas

Sponsors ($5,000-$9,999)

Bradley Davis

Fluor Corporation

Kent Newsom

Associates ($1,000-$4,999)

Adam S. Butera, M.D., P.a.

Ashford International LLC

CA Technologies, Inc.

Chartwell Investments

Communities Foundation of Texas

Dan Glaser

Grace Weatherly

Jim Sanford

Joseph Jaworski

Mark Moore


Neil Patel

NexGen Fitness

Paul Lackey

Quick Sumo Pest Control

Rainy Day Services

Shirley Weddle

Taunya Moore

Terah Bettis

Texoma Health Foundation

Tom Vogel

Uptown Rotary Club

Sponsors ($5,000-$9,999)

Argo Group

South Texas Behavioral Health Center

Associates ($1,000-$4,999)

Cheniere Energy

Cindy Simonds


Lupita Garcia

Peter Gaa

South Texas Neurology

Stone Oak Psychiatry

Sponsors ($5,000-$9,999)

Enfusia - Blends for Body

Associates ($1,000-$4,999)

America’s ER

Americas Styrenics LLC

Chevron Humankind

David Earthman

Exxon Mobile Foundation

Pisula Development

REALM Real Estate Professionals

Rob Slimp

The Arena Energy Foundation

Valerie vonBerg

Sponsors ($5,000-$9,999)

Taylor Hagen Memorial, Inc.

Walmart - UT

Associates ($1,000-$4,999)

Allen Weggemann

Anasazi Foundation

Big Daddy’s Pizza

Blue Boutique, Inc.

Carolyn Mannix

Denials Management

Destinations Inc

Dominion Energy


Elevated Billing

Eminent Productions

Employees Community Fund of Boeing California

Fallen Brothers


Hidden Valley Country Club

Hidden Valley Women’s Golf Association

Infinity Psychological Services, PLLC

Intermountain Healthcare

Intermountain LDS Hospital

Janis Lindley

Jennifer Cardinal

John Hughes

Kim Slaymaker


Lisa Jungemann

National Wood Products INC

Perks! Espresso & Smoothies

Red Rock Canyon School

Remedy Tattoo Parlor

Salt Lake Behavioral Health

Select Health

Sequel Youth Services of Red Rock Canyon LLC

The McCullough Group

The Utah Scholarship Foundation

Wells Fargo

Associates ($1,000-$4,999)

Amanda’s Cakes & Goodies

First Eagle Investment Management Foundation

Jackson Murray

Kristy Barrows


Susan M. Taylor

The University of Vermont Medical Center

Sponsors ($5,000-$9,999)

Angie Pagnato

Associates ($1,000-$4,999)

Alison L. Dickerson

Angela Shawaryn

Baker’s Crust

Beach Pet Hospital

Bloomberg L.P.

Bob Ciullo

Chipotle Mexican Grill

Cindy Estes

Colonial Behavioral Health

Danville Toyota Scion

Darlene Bible

Dawson Ford Garbee

Dynamic Aviation

Edward E. Drew Middle School

Garrett Maroon/The Maroon Group


Intuit Foundation

Joan Brewer

John Mitchell

LifeNet Health

Local Union # 666 IBEW

Malloy Toyota

Matthew Kirwan

Newport News Sheriff’s Office

Nicole Arwood

Norfolk Southern PowerTrain

Patti Jurkus

Pizzeria Bella Vista by Signorelli

Resurrection Lutheran Church

Rhianon Ham

Robert Stanford


Shane Fletcher

Southstone Behavioral Health

The Founders Inn and Spa

The Hughes Center

Thomas Linton

Tidewater Property Specialist/Shaffer Realty, LLC

Trex Company

USW Local 831

Valley Community Services Board

VCU Health

Wilson-Dalzell Family Foundation

Benefactors ($25,000-$49,999)

Providence St. Joseph Health

Sponsors ($5,000-$9,999)

Cement Masons & Plasterers Local 528

Kaiser Permanente Health Plan of Washington

Associates ($1,000-$4,999)

ACE Hardware

Adrian O’Grady

Anne Beatty

Braces Inc

Brian Thomas

Chelsea Boehm

CMC Biologics

Ed Case

Elton Family Foundation

Erin Kelly

Iris M. Elton

Jason Walker

Lauren Rigert

Lori Potts

Lyle Wallig

Malin Burnham

Matt Perkins

Matt Solan


North American Property Corp.

Salesforce.com Foundation

Sandy Kokko

William Metz

Zumiez Foundation

Associates ($1,000-$4,999)

CCMH Federal Credit Union

Enterprise Holdings Foundation

Erin McCarter

Horizon Health WVU

Northwood Health Systems

Benefactors ($25,000-$49,999)

Epic Systems Corporation

Associates ($1,000-$4,999)

Anastasia Huber


Aqua Finance Inc.

Aspirus, Inc.

Brandon Shack-Harris

Brokaw Credit Union

Church Mutual Employees Association

Greater Milwaukee Foundation

KSKJ Life 65

Lucy Bangs

Mandeep Singh

Maxwell Van Haveren

Megan Capra

Radiology Associates of Wausau

University of Wisconsin Dept. of Psychiatry

Walworth County Department of Health & Human Services

Associates ($1,000-$4,999)

Iron Brotherhood

Sheridan Memorial Hospital

Thunder Basin Coal Company

AFSP North Stars
2018 Overnight North Stars
Dallas & Philadelphia

Raymond Burke

Nancy Cook


Brooks Stewart

Chris Tackett

Martha Thomas

Solomon Thomas


Lee Alcott

Natalie Burns

Samantha Fahy

Daniel Fuss

RoseMary Fuss

Chris Gibbons

Bill Groener

Marcia Resnick

Nicole Ryan

Brian Siegel

Patricia Todd

Catharyn Turner, II

Brett Waters

2017 Community & Campus Walk North Stars
10th Annual Fairfax Nova Walk

Dana You

Alabama Walk

Beau Carter

Annapolis Walk

Dean D’Camera

Atlanta Walk

Tricia Mountain

Berkshire County Walk

Molly Souede

Boston Area Walk

Linda Marino

Burlington County Walk

Jeanne Andersen

Capital Region Walk for R.I.T.A.

Dan Egan

Rachel Handler-Rem

Charlotte Walk

Nikki Warren

Chicagoland Walk

Amy Kartheiser

Cara Levinson

Kimberly Schroeder

Greater Fredericksburg Walk

Angela Shawaryn

Greater Lehigh Valley Walk

In Memory of Cody Bensel

Greater Los Angeles Walk - Santa Monica

Willow Snyder

Howard County Walk

Kevin Nichols

Little Rock Walk

Patrick Minton

Montclair-Verona Walk

Nan Cooney

New York City Walk

Jamie Gagliano

Bistra Zwerman

North Shore Walk

Sally Willard

Philadelphia Walk

Christian Evans

Phillips Academy - Andover Campus Walk

John Palfrey

Pittsburgh Walk

Des & Franny O’connor

Portland OR Walk

Kalie Savage

St. Louis Walk

Carol Kost Cantor

St. Petersburg Walk

Sandy Anthony

Washington, D.C Walk

Gregory Roche

Endowed Funds

Joanne B. Simches Endowed Fund

The John Terry Maltsberger
Endowment for Clinical Education