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2015 - Puente de la Costa Sur
2014-2015
ANNUAL
REPORT
REPORTE ANUAL
How Generations Y and Z Will Lead Us Into the Future
Cómo las generaciones Y y Z nos guiarán hacia el futuro
Letter from Rita Mancera
and Kerry Lobel
Puente has long been an agent of change on the South Coast.
Since Puente’s inception 17 years ago, when the Reverend Wendy
Taylor began the bridge-building practice of radical hospitality,
Puente has been a catalyst for new and inclusive solutions in our
own rural community and a model for creating such communities
beyond our region.
The report you’re holding is evidence of this change. Here, we
profile a new generation of leaders who are stepping up to meet
today’s challenges. Ranging in ages from 11 to 18, these young
people demonstrate the qualities of compassion, care, and
commitment that have long defined Puente’s work—all in service
to others and to building an inclusive community.
Like our community, Puente, too, is moving forward. With great joy
we share the news that on January 1, 2016, Rita will succeed Kerry
as Puente’s Executive Director. Rita, known for her hands-on and
insightful leadership style and spirited personality, has been with
Puente since 2006. She has served for many years as Program
Director and most recently as Deputy Executive Director. A
Pescadero resident, Rita is intimately familiar with every aspect
of Puente—our budgets, programs, and funding sources.
Photo/foto: Cat Cutillo
childcare and health center, and improved office space worthy of
the important role Puente plays in meeting community needs.
Fostering new leaders from within the community is central to
Puente’s work, and we are excited about this next generation of
leadership. We know that with your continued support, together we
can realize our ambitions and plans, which are bigger than ever.
With our deepest gratitude.
After a well-deserved hiatus from Puente, in April Kerry will begin
serving as Puente’s Strategic Projects Advisor, focusing on South
Coast infrastructure projects, including farmworker housing,
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Cover photo/foto de cubierta:
Cristian Martinez Antonio
Carta de Rita Mancera y Kerry Lobel
Puente ha sido un agente de cambio en la Costa Sur desde hace muchos años.
Desde el comienzo de Puente hace 17 años, cuando la Reverenda Wendy Taylor comenzó la práctica
de hospitalidad radical como medio para construir puentes, Puente ha sido un catalizador de
soluciones nuevas e inclusivas en nuestra comunidad rural y un modelo para crear comunidades
similares, más allá.
El reporte que tiene en sus manos es una evidencia de este cambio. Aquí, presentamos una nueva
generación de líderes que están trabajando arduamente para enfrentar los retos de hoy. Variando en
edades de entre 11 y 18 años, estos jóvenes demuestran las cualidades de compasión, cuidado y
compromiso que por muchos años han definido el trabajo de Puente – todo en servicio de otros y
de construir una comunidad inclusiva.
Como nuestra comunidad, Puente, también está avanzando. Con gran placer les compartimos la
noticia de que a partir del 1 de enero de 2016, Rita va a suceder a Kerry como Directora Ejecutiva
de Puente. Rita, conocida por su liderazgo por medio de la acción y visionario y por su personalidad
energética, ha sido parte de Puente desde el 2006. Por muchos años, ella ha fungido como
Directora de Programas y recientemente como Directora Ejecutiva Adjunta. Residente de Pescadero,
Rita está íntimamente familiarizada con cada uno de los aspectos de Puente—nuestros presupuestos, programas y fuentes de financiamiento.
Después de tomarse un merecido descanso de Puente, en abril, Kerry comenzará a fungir como
Asesora de Proyectos Estratégicos de Puente, enfocándose en proyectos de infraestructura en la
Costa Sur, incluyendo vivienda para campesinos, un centro de cuidado infantil y de salud, mejor
espacio de trabajo para Puente digno del importante papel que juega respondiendo a las
necesidades de la comunidad.
Fomentar nuevos líderes desde dentro de la comunidad es vital para el trabajo de Puente y estamos
emocionados de la siguiente generación de liderazgo. Estamos seguros de que con su constante
apoyo, juntos podemos lograr nuestras ambiciones y planes, que son más grandes que nunca.
Con nuestro inmenso agradecimiento.
Generation Puente
The face of giving is getting younger.
Far from cynical or apathetic, this
new generation of youth is aware,
inspired, and generous with their time.
Puente is pleased to salute this
exceptional group of young volunteers
who have helped transform the life of our
South Coast community. Some are South
Coast residents; others were led to
volunteer at Puente through connections
with their faith communities, school
projects, or friends.
Generación Puente
El rostro de la generosidad es cada vez
más joven.
Lejos del estereotipo cínico o apático,
esta nueva generación de jóvenes es
conocedora, inspirada, y generosa con su
tiempo.
Puente se complace en reconocer a este
excepcional grupo de jóvenes voluntarios
que han ayudado a transformar la vida de
nuestra comunidad. Algunos viven en la
Costa Sur, otros se hicieron voluntarios de
Puente por medio de conecciones con sus
comunidades de fé, proyectos escolares o
amigos.
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Ramiro Garcia, 16
Ramiro Garcia is the only 16-year-old in his
group of friends who would rather not be
out skateboarding or playing video games on
Saturdays. Instead, he gives out food to his
community.
Ramiro García es el único joven de 16 años de edad en
su grupo de amigos que prefiere no estar afuera con
su patineta, o jugando juegos de video los sábados.
En lugar de hacer eso, el prefiere dar comida a su
comunidad.
On Saturday mornings, Garcia joins his mother
and older sister at a Pescadero church to
distribute bags of food through the St.
Vincent de Paul Society.
Los sábados por la mañana, García se une a su madre
y su hermana mayor en una iglesia de Pescadero para
distribuir bolsas de alimentos por medio de la
Sociedad de San Vicente de Paúl.
Nothing separates Garcia from the Pescadero
residents who line up for food. A few years ago, his
parents, both farmworkers, were in that same line.
Nada separa a García de los residentes de Pescadero
que hacen fila para la comida. Hace unos años, sus
padres, ambos trabajadores del campo, estuvieron en
esa misma línea.
“I like seeing people’s faces when they get their
food. I feel like I’m doing something special for
the community,” he says. Garcia started his
volunteering as a high school freshman, providing
childcare at Puente. He moved on to food
distribution—and never stopped, even after
he completed his school’s community service
requirement.
"Me gusta ver las caras de la gente cuando reciben
su despensa. Siento que estoy haciendo algo especial
por la comunidad,” dice él. García comenzó como
voluntario cuando era estudiante del noveno grado,
cuidando niños en Puente. Después comenzó a ayudar
en la distribución de alimentos y nunca se detuvo,
incluso después de haber completado el requisito de
horas de servicio comunitario de su escuela.
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Lydia Thompson, 12
Audrey Thompson, 14
Lydia and Audrey Thompson love shopping for school
supplies – not just for themselves, but also for 30 kindergarten and first grade students in the La Honda-Pescadero
Unified School District whose families need these supplies.
For the past eight years, the sisters and their mother,
Sarah, have purchased supplies for Puente’s backpack
drive with funds donated by members of the Benicia
Community Congregational Church.
Church members stuff the backpacks, and the kids write
loving notes with encouraging words for every student.
Then they drive to Puente from Benicia to hand-deliver the
bags and eat lunch with local youth.
The girls love visiting Puente and meeting some of the
children who receive the backpacks. “I know that they
don’t have nearly as much stuff as we get for school, and
that’s for the whole entire year,” says Lydia.
“When you donate money to a charity you know you’re
doing good,” Audrey adds. “But if you actually see it, you
can see the difference even 30 backpacks can make.”
A Lydia y Audrey Thompson les encanta comprar útiles
escolares - no sólo para ellas, sino también para 30
estudiantes de kinder y primer grado en el Distrito Escolar
Unificado de La Honda-Pescadero cuyas familias necesitan
estos útiles.
Durante los últimos ocho años, las hermanas y su madre,
Sarah, han hecho compras para la colecta de útiles escolares
que organiza Puente con fondos donados por miembros de la
Iglesia Comunitaria Congregacional de Benicia.
Los miembros de la iglesia llenan las mochilas con útiles
escolares y las niñas escriben notas con palabras de
motivación para todos los estudiantes. Luego manejan de
Benicia a Puente para entregar personalmente las mochilas y
para almorzar con jóvenes de Pescadero.
A estas dos jóvenes les encanta visitar Puente y conocer a los
niños que reciben las mochilas. "Yo sé que no tienen tantas
cosas para la escuela como tenemos nosotras, y esto es para
todo el año", dice Lydia.
"Cuando donas dinero a una organización sabes que estás
haciendo algo bueno", añade Audrey. “Pero si vas a ver,
puedes notar la diferencia que hacen 30 mochilas."
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Lupe Marcelo, 18
School was never an easy place for Lupe Marcelo.
Two years ago her grades slipped so badly she was
afraid she would never graduate from high school.
Today, she is college-bound and excited about her
future. Marcelo says everything changed when she
began her high school community service hours
with Puente. “At Puente, they’re always trying to
support you and tell you why it’s important to
graduate,” she says.
Puente helped Marcelo boost her grades and
focus her attention on college. She gave back
through Puente’s Homework Club, helping
younger students with the same schoolwork
she had struggled with.
“I got to see a lot of kids improve. It made me feel
good, giving to the community.” she says.
La escuela nunca fue un lugar fácil para Lupe Marcelo.
Hace dos años sus calificaciones bajaron tanto que
ella temía que nunca se graduaría de la escuela
preparatoria.
Ahora, ella iniciará el camino hacia la universidad y
está emocionada por su futuro. Marcelo dice que
todo cambió cuando empezó a hacer sus horas de
servicio comunitario con Puente.“ En Puente, siempre
están tratando de apoyarte y siempre te dicen por
qué es importante que te gradúes," dice ella.
Puente ayudó a Marcelo a subir sus calificaciones y a
centrar su atención en la educación superior. Marcelo,
por su parte, ayudó en Puente por medio de trabajo
voluntario en el club de tarea, ayudando a los
estudiantes más jóvenes con el mismo trabajo
escolar con el que ella había batallado antes.
"Yo llegué a ver a muchos de los niños mejorar.
Me hizo sentir bien poder ayudar a mi comunidad."
dice ella.
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Puente Participants at a Glance /
Una Mirada a los Participantes de Puente
Puente provides programs for 30% of the residents of our rural region /
Puente provee programas para el 30% de los residentes de nuestra region rural.
Gender / Género
Male / Masculino
52%
Age / Edad
Female / Feminino
48%
Generation Y / Generation Z / Others / Otros
Generación Y Generación Z
34%
41%
25%
Born / Nacidos
1977 - 1995
1355 Individual / indivduos
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Born / Nacidos
1995 - 2012
Born before 1977 /
Nacidos ante de 1977
655 Households / Hogares
Occupation / Ocupación
School Readiness /
Preparación para la Escuela
46%
364
54%
275
Farmworkers / Campesinos
Others / Otras Ocupaciones
Ethnicity / Etnicidad
Latino 75%
Students in La HondaPescadero Unified
School District /
Estudiantes en el
Distrito Escolar La
Honda-Pescadero
Students who
received backpacks
from Puente/
Estudiantes que
recibieron útiles
escolares de Puente
Non-Latino / Otros No Latinos
25%
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Brendan Callagy, 14
Brendan Callagy was raised to believe that if someone
needs help, he could act to make a difference. Last year,
Callagy spearheaded three school-wide donation drives to
benefit communities in and around Pescadero. A member
of the student government at St. Gregory’s School in San
Mateo at the time, Callagy went from classroom to
classroom, talking about Puente’s work and the needs
of South Coast families.
Brendan Callagy fue criado creyendo que si alguien necesitaba
ayuda, él podía actuar para hacer la diferencia. El año pasado,
Callagy encabezó tres campañas de donación en toda la
escuela a beneficio de las comunidades de Pescadero y sus
alrededores. Como miembro del gobierno estudiantil en la
escuela de San Gregorio en San Mateo, Callagy visitó todas las
aulas para hablar sobre el trabajo de Puente y las necesidades
de las familias de la Costa Sur.
Donation bins were soon overflowing. First came
sweatshirts for farm workers—more than 100. Then
he organized a sports equipment drive, and students
filled bins with hockey sticks, basketballs, baseballs,
volleyballs, and skateboards. Callagy even chipped in
his favorite baseball bat.
Las cajas de donaciones se desbordaron inmediatamente.
Primero con sudaderas para los trabajadores del campo- más
de 100. Luego él organizó una colecta de equipo deportivo y
los estudiantes llenaron cajas con palos de hockey, pelotas
de baloncesto, pelotas de béisbol, pelotas de voleibol, y
patinetas. Callagy incluso aportó su propio bate de béisbol.
At Christmas, Callagy asked for stocking stuffers. And the
students outdid themselves, collecting hundreds of socks
and toy cars for South Coast children.
En Navidad, Callagy pidió pequeños objetos para poner en las
botas navideñas. Los estudiantes se excedieron a sí mismos
colectando cientos de calcetines y carritos de juguete para los
niños de la Costa Sur.
Callagy says kids his age respond when someone sets a
good example. “Once people see others doing something
good, then they feel they should be helping out too. Even if
they’re only doing something small.”
Callagy dice que los jóvenes de su edad responden bien
cuando alguien pone un buen ejemplo. "Cuando la gente ve a
otros haciendo algo bueno, ellos sienten que también deberían
ayudar. Incluso si sólo están haciendo una pequeña parte.”
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Danna González, 18
As a girl, Danna González was painfully shy. But
after four years of work with Puente, including
nearly 100 community volunteer hours, she grew
more self-confident and learned how to talk to
strangers. Her first jobs at Puente, assisting with
childcare during ESL and Zumba programs, led to
her position as a counselor at YMCA Camp Jones
Gulch. There, González taught preteen girls to
overcome their own shyness.
She remembers a counselor doing the same for her.
“She made an impact on all of us girls, including me,
and I wanted to make an impact like that,” she
recalls.
González graduated from Pescadero High School
with so many volunteer hours that she received the
class award for community service, and a banner in
her honor now hangs in the school gymnasium. “I’m
very proud,” she says.
De niña, Danna González era muy tímida. Pero
después de cuatro años de trabajo con Puente,
incluyendo cerca de 100 horas de servicio
voluntario, Danna creció más segura de sí misma
y aprendió a hablar con extraños. Sus primeras
responsabilidades en Puente, ayudando con el
cuidado de niños durante las clases de inglés y
Zumba, la condujeron a su posición como consejera
voluntaria en el Campamento YMCA Jones Gulch.
Ahí, González enseñó a niñas preadolescentes a
superar su propia timidez.
Ella recuerda a una consejera haciendo lo mismo
por ella. "Esa consejera creó un impacto en todas
nosotras las chicas, incluyéndome a mí, y yo quería
crear un impacto similar también," Danna recuerda.
González se graduó de la Escuela Primaria
Preparatoria de Pescadero con tantas horas de
trabajo voluntario que recibió el premio de su
generación por su servicio a la comunidad, y una
bandera en su honor ahora cuelga en el gimnasio de
la escuela. “Estoy muy orgullosa," dice ella.
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Erik and Isak Reinemann, 11
(Pictured with their sister, Maya, 8 / En la foto con su hermana, Maya, de 8 años)
Puente’s youngest budding philanthropists are twin
11-year-old boys from San Carlos who raised
money from family, friends and neighbors when
they learned that many children living just “over the
hill” in Pescadero didn’t have money for books or
toys.
Erik and Isak Reinemann say that learning from a
friend about the difficult lives of Mexican farm and
nursery workers inspired them to collect dozens of
school supplies, toys for gift bags, and books for
Puente’s Dia de los Niños, or “Children’s Day.”
The boys designed the fundraiser for a class
project, and it was such a success they are now
collecting coloring books with their sister for
Puente’s Posada.
“We wanted to do something that would help
people have a better life,” says Isak.
Los filántropos más jóvenes de Puente son gemelos
varones de 11 años de edad, de San Carlos. Ellos
recaudaron dinero de familiares, amigos y vecinos
cuando se enteraron de que muchos niños que
vivian "del otro lado de la colina" en Pescadero no
tenían dinero para libros o para juguetes.
Erik y Isak Reinemann dicen que aprender acerca
de la difícil vida de los inmigrantes mexicanos por
medio de un amigo los inspiró para colectar
docenas de útiles escolares, juguetes para bolsas
de regalos, y libros para El Día de los Niños en
Puente.
Los jóvenes diseñaron la recaudación de fondos
para un proyecto de clase, y fue un éxito tan
grande que ahora están recaudando libros para
colorear con su hermana para la Posada
Comunitaria de Puente.
"Queríamos hacer algo que pudiera ayudar a
personas a tener una vida mejor," dice Isak.
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Board of Directors and Staff / Consejo Directivo y Empleados
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Consejo Directivo de 2014, 2015
Jorge Guzman
Beto Razo
MFT, Prevention Services Director***
Benefits Analyst**
Karen Hackett
Alejandra Resendiz Ortega
Public Health Nurse**
Youth Program Associate
Julie Hosfeldt
Jovany Rios
Women, Infant and Children Program**
Program Assistant
Suzanne Hughes
Corina Rodriguez
MFT, Mental Health Counselor
Community Resource Navigator
Kate Haas
Samantha Johnson
Laura Rodriguez
Mary McMillan, Secretary
Social Worker**
Community Resource Navigator
Larry Trujillo, Vice-Chair
Patrick Letellier
Molly Wolfes
Wendy Wardwell
Development Director
Community Health Coordinator
Kerry Lobel
Joann Watkins
Executive Director
MFT, Clinical Director
Maricela Lopez
Norma Zavala
Childcare Provider
Early Head Start Home Visit Specialist*
Suzanne Abel
Rita Mancera
*Posted by the Institute for Human and Social
Academic Director
Deputy Executive Director
Development **Posted at Puente by San Mateo
Arlae Alston
Abby Mohaupt
County ***Former staff member
Early Literacy Specialist
Faith Community Liaison/
Volunteer Coordinator
Diane Chapman, Treasurer
Cristobal Cruz (2015)
Gina Dalma (2014)
Gabriel Echeverria
Laura Franco, Chair
Gabriel Gutierrez (2014)
Carol Young-Holt
STAFF / Empleados
Monica Amezcua
Community Resource Navigator
Charana Binford
Farmers Market Manager/
Adult Education Coordinator
Program Assistant
Omar Ortega
Community Resource Navigator
Iris Fernandez
Veronica Ortega
MFT Intern
Office Manager
Celia Gagnon
Eleanor Palacios
MFT/ATR Intern
Dinorah Gudino
Childcare Provider
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Ivan Ortega
Event Director
Benjamin Ranz
Community Outreach Coordinator
YOUTH LEADERSHIP AND
EMPLOYMENT PROJECT /
PROYECTO DE LIDERAZGO Y
EMPLEO JUVENIL
Alan Amaya (2015)
Uriel Amaya (2015)
Bernardo Arellano Zuñiga (2015)
Jose Luis Arenas (2015)
Jose Luis Arellano (2015)
Sofia Betteo (2015)
Brenda Boyd-Goodrich (2014, 2015)
Carina Cain (2014)
Alejandra Castro Sanchez (2014, 2015)
Elizabeth Chavarin (2014)
Cristobal Cruz Antonio (2014, 2015)
Araceli Cruz (2014)
Paola Flores (2014, 2015)
Karina Garcia Medrano (2014, 2015)
Jesus Garcia (2014)
Ramiro Garcia (2014, 2015)
Ana Lisa Gomez (2014)
Danna Gonzalez Calderon (2014, 2015)
Kris Gonzalez (2014, 2015)
Maria Isabel Gonzalez (2015)
Ivan Guzman Rodriguez (2015)
Nestor Hernandez Sanchez (2015)
Yessenia Herrera (2014)
Diana Lopez (2015)
Susana Lopez (2014)
Fernando Macias (2015)
Omar Macias (2014, 2015)
Maria Guadalupe Marcelo (2014)
Brandon Marin (2015)
Isela Marin (2014)
Cristian Martinez Antonio (2014, 2015)
Jacqueline Martinez (2014)
Odalys Nabor Gudiel (2015)
Osvaldo Nabor Gudiel (2015)
Alberto Nabor (2014, 2015)
Rafael Navarrete (2015)
Jose Negrete Ramirez (2015)
Itzel Negrete (2014 and 2015)
Ashley Nuñez (2014)
Daisy Perez (2014)
Aldo Ponce (2014)
Tanya Ramirez Guzman (2015)
Andrea Rodriguez (2015)
Ariana Salgado Zavala (2014, 2015)
Eric Salvador Rios (2015)
Yanelit Sanchez (2015)
Jennifer Vargas Negrete (2015)
Sonia Zavala (2014)
SPECIAL THANKS /
AGRADECIMIENTOS
ESPECIALES
Acelia Arenas, Zumba Instructor
Gaby Flores, Zumba Instructor
Lars Howlett, Photography
Jacque Maxon, Finance Committee
Becki Lemoge, Finance Committee
Regina Neu, Development Consultant
Michaela O’Connor, ESL Instructor
David Pasternak, ESL Instructor
Ana Polacek, ESL Instructor
Flor Revolorio, Adult Education
Julia Scott, Editor
Georgina Snyders, Spanish Instructor
Glen So, Design
Bonnie Sterngold, Finance Committee
Elizabeth Sumano, Zumba Instructor
Kristin Teigen, Development Consultant
Siobhan Togliatti, Zumba Instructor
Erika Vera, Zumba Instructor
Karen Walker, ESL Instructor
Shannon White, Summer Instructor
Financial Highlights | Reporte Financiero
3%
4%
38%
55%
ASSETS / ACTIVOS
2015
2014
$972,975
99,289
160,973
37,781
1,271,018
$626,749
227,112
36,708
890,569
$80,258
In-Kind Donations /
Donativos en Especie
Property and equipment, at cost
Furniture and equipment
Leasehold improvements
Accumulated depreciation and amortization
Net property and equipment
19,239
160,552
(148,168)
31,623
19,239
153,864
(114,577)
58,526
$64,560
Total Assets
$1,302,641
$949,095
TOTAL
$2,231,164
Contributions /
Contribuciones
$1,227,436
Gonvernment Grants
and Contracts /
Contratos y Donativos
Gubernamentales
$858,910
Program Service Fees /
Pago de Servicios
Current Assets
Cash and cash equivalents
Investments
Accounts and grants receivable
Prepaid expenses and other current assets
Total current assets
LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS / ACTIVOS Y PASIVOS
5%
Current liabilities
Accounts payable
Accrued liabilities
Total current liabilities
$43,300
93,629
136,929
$38,386
73,427
111,813
$258,155
Long term liabilities
Notes payable - County of San Mateo
Total long term liabilities
Total liabilities
55,000
55,000
191,929
55,000
55,000
166,813
Fundraising and
Development /
Procuracion de Fondos
y Desarrollo
$94,006
Net assets
Unrestricted
Temporarily restricted
Total net assets
854,453
256,259
1,110,712
524,017
258,265
782,282
TOTAL
$1,902,734
Programs /
Programas
14%
General and
Administrative /
General y
Administrativo
81%
$1,550,573
TOTAL LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS /
TOTAL DE ACTIVOS Y PASIVOS
$1,302,641
$949,095
PUENTE PARTNERS FOR SUSTAINABILITY /
MIEMBROS DE SUSTENTABILIDAD DE PUENTE
Your gifts each and every month make Puente stronger and more sustainable. Your consistent support ensures the continued effectiveness of
our programs. We are most grateful.
Sus contribuciones mensuales fortalecen y sostienen a Puente. Su apoyo consistente asegura que la efectividad de nuestros programas continúe.
Les estamos muy agradecidos.
Suzanne Abel
Kathy and Clark Akatiff
Avis Boutell and Alice Miller
James and Genevieve Brigham
Laura Burtness
Mark Claycomb
Ann Cooney
Margaret and Peter Cross
Tricia Dell and Dan Bernstein
Tom Dodd
Darla Donovan
Lorraine Eberhardt
Erick Eisenman
Janet Ferrare and Bob Monsen
Laura Franco and Scott Hayes
Fern Friest and Michael Williams
Darcie and Greg Galle
Paul Godwin
Gail Graham
Ruth Gurney
Jeff and Kate Haas,
Echo Valley Farm
D1
Mary Hansell and Carl Serrato
Ben Hernandez
Rob Johnson and Lary Lawson
Shoshanna Kaplinsky and
Isobel Scher
David Katzenstein
Louise Lawson
Patrick Letellier and
George Collyer
Rita Mancera and Jim Gust
Bob and Kathy Martinez
Lori Jeanne and Bill McMillan
Robert Mixon
Abigail Mohaupt and
Nathan Fleming
Julian & Willie Sue Orr
Eleanor Palacios
Pescadero Community Church
Michael and Ana Polacek
Sheryl Pounds
Suchita Rastogi
Nancy Raulston
Kathy Rehm
Rodger Reinhart and
Lynne Bowman
Jim and Meredith Reynolds
Marc and Monica Rosoff
Sara and Storm Russell
Joanne Sanders
Trilce Santana
Stephanie Scarborough
Benjamin Shefftz
Bonnie Sterngold
Ellen Sweetin and Wendy Taylor
Olga Talamante
Ann and Greg Timm
Trinity Presbyterian Church
Larry Trujillo
Janet Trusso
Leonie Walker and
Kate O'Hanlan
Joann and Jerry Watkins
Lenny and Geri Wolff
Carol Young-Holt and
David Sandage
GIFTS IN MEMORY OF /
REGALOS EN MEMORIA DE
Laura Bradfield in memory of
Bernard Moss
Suzanne Abel in memory of
Jim Kennedy
Andrew and Lisa Boyd-Goodrich
in memory of Susan Boyd
Chris and Liz Brancart in memory
of Timothy Smith
Chris and Liz Brancart in memory
of Tom Smith
Shelley Eisenman and Elisa
Friedlander in memory of
Ruth and Jerry Eisenman
Laura Franco and Scott Hayes in
memory of Manuel Franco
Vaughn Harrison in memory of
Grace Polansky
Barbara Hooper and Terry
Mahoney in memory of
Melinda Lee Grossman
Susan Kilian Gloria Nieto and
O'Connor Hospital, 9:00 am
Cardiac Rehabilitation Group
in memory of James Hittner
Dale Liebes in memory of
Larry Shavel
Jonell Lucas in memory of
Rev. Dan Apra
Lori Jeanne and Bill McMillan
in memory of Dorothy Carol
Dunlap
James Mulhall in memory of
Rose Mulhall
Karin Nelson in memory of
Ray Nelson
Mary Newcombe in memory of
Faye Lobel
Becky Seaton in memory of
Mary Elizabeth and
Daniel Seaton
Gary and Pamela Tonucci in
memory of Bob Rynders
Edward Williams in memory of
Lesli Sachs
Barbara Zoloth in memory of
Shirley Zoloth
GIFTS IN HONOR OF /
REGALOS EN HONOR A
Emily Adams and Carmen Arick
in honor of Kerry Lobel
Kathy and Clark Akatiff in honor
of the people of California
Wilma Alcober in honor of
Kate O'Hanlan
Mary Lou Allen in honor of
Kate O'Hanlan
Eileen Altman, First
Congregational Church in
honor of Abby Mohaupt
Jane Arny in honor of Noelle
Darling and Jason Dorrier
Laura Bachrach-Prober in honor
of her sister Sue
Dennis Dillon Baker and
Mary Lu Murphy in honor
of Kerry Lobel
Nancy Baker and Cathy Hauer in
honor of Kerry Lobel
Ann Banchoff in honor of
Lynore Banchoff
John Bare in honor of
Kerry Lobel
Doris Jean Boblett in honor of
Dr. Ben Boblett
Dr. Ben Boblett in honor of
Liz Kia
Peter Bohacek and Celia Gagnon
in honor of Janie Hohenstein
Cheryl Bower in honor of
Kate O'Hanlan
James and Genevieve Brigham
in honor of Rita Mancera
Ken Bumphrey in honor of Abby
Mohaupt and Nathan Fleming
Kasey Butler in honor of
Ben Ranz
Maria Camarda in honor of
Wendy Wardwell
Betsy Carpenter in honor of
Shoahanna Kaplinsky and
Isobel Scher
Jan Chainey in honor of
Kerry Lobel
Coastside Farmers Market,
Erin Tormey in honor of
Mary Pat Tormey
Joan Cochrane in honor of her
former students, whose
success she sees everyday
at Puente
Susannah Dahlhauser in honor of
Abby Mohaupt and
Nathan Fleming
Gina Dalma and Gabriel
D2
Manjarrez in honor of the
amazing farmworkers who
work the land to bring food
to our tables
Carolyn Danforth in honor of
Wendy Taylor
Suzanne Dibble and Jeanne
DeJoseph in honor of
Kate O'Hanlan
Erika Dornfield in honor of
Abby Mohaupt and all the
kids at Puente
Lynn Dowell in honor of
Abby Mohaupt and all of the
others who work at Puente
making a difference
Anna Estrada in honor of
Lisa Anne Schmidt
Debi Fernandez in honor of
JD Donovan
Helen Fitzsimmons in honor of
Eleanor Palacios
Adam Fleming in honor of Abby
Mohaupt and Nathan Fleming
Doug Ford in honor of Tara Ford
Marivee Frayer in honor of
Wendy Wardwell
Kenneth D. Fuquay in honor of
Abby Mohaupt
Darcie and Greg Galle in honor
of the children of Pescadero
Elementary
Kathryn Garth Shea and
John Shea in honor of
Dr. Patrick O'Halloran
Betsy Gressler in honor of
Kerry Lobel
Dawn Harbatkin in honor of
Kate O'Hanlan
Vanessa Hartigan in honor of
Carlos Tapia
Bette Henley in honor of
Wendy Taylor
Kris A. Hermanns and
Merri Baldwin in honor of
Kerry Lobel
Kris A. Hermanns and Merri in
honor of Kerry Lobel and
Eleanor Palacios
Colleen Heyer in honor of
Jim Weersing
Sandra Hopkins in honor of
Abby Mohaupt
Linda Hsu in honor of
Pamela Eakins
Diane Hull-Chapman in honor of
Alejandra Ortega
Diane Hull-Chapman in honor of
Corina Rodriguez
Diane Hull-Chapman in honor of
Janet Murphy
Aisha Hussain in honor of
Kate O'Hanlan
Nancy Jian Mei Ruan in honor of
Kate O'Hanlan
Martha Jimenez, At Your
Nonprofit's Service in honor
of the fantastic work that the
Puente staff does for the
community
Earle Jones in honor of all of the
fine people at Puente!
Lani Ka'ahumanu in honor of
Hank Tavera and Gil Velasco
Donna Korones in honor of
Kate O'Hanlan
Amy Lansky in honor of
Kerry Lobel
Jun Ying and Shenshen Liu in
honor of Kate O'Hanlan
Marguerite Yvette Machen in
honor of the Commission on
the Status of Women
Nancy Margulies and
Gary Warhaftig in honor
of Kerry Lobel
Tom and Denise Marks in honor
of Tomas Marks
Carole and Bob Maslow in honor
of the Brighams
Jacque Maxon and Richard
Kirchner in honor of Ben,
Rita, Kerry, Omar and all the
special people who work so
hard to make a difference
Donna Maxwell in honor of
Kate O'Hanlan
Lori Jeanne and Bill McMillan in
honor of Dorothy Carol Kline
Dunlap
Lee and Kathy Merkle-Raymond
in honor of Abby Mohaupt
and the First Presbyterian
Church
Abigail Mohaupt and
Nathan Fleming in honor of
Deanna Fleming
Abigail Mohaupt and
Nathan Fleming in honor of
Shannon White
Mark Moulton in honor of
Dr. and Mrs. Stauffer
Janet B. Murphy in honor of
Guadalupe Marcelo and
Fernando Macias
Steven Neese in honor of
Rita Mancera
George Nwafor in honor of
Wendy Wardwell's ongoing
dedication to Puente for
many years.
Ocean View Odd Fellows,
Larry Giancomino in honor of
Giancomino
Lionel Oubichon in honor of
Kate O'Hanlan
Beverly Pachner in honor of
Eleanor Palacios
Christine Padilla in honor of the
Commissioners of the
Commission on the Status of
Women
Maya Perkins in honor of
Nick Calderone
Jonathon Prosnit in honor of
Abby Mohaupt
Lisa T. Rasler in honor of
Judy and John Zlatnic
Rev. Wilma Reichard and
Gordon Howie in honor of
Wendy Taylor
Besty Richanbach in honor of
Jean Atkinson
Lorene Romero and Gayle Walz
in honor of Jacque Maxon
Marc and Monica Rosoff
in honor of Joe Guthrie
Gordon Russell and
Tina McAdoo in honor of
Kerry Lobel Kathryn Ryan in
honor of Orril Fluharty
Santa Cruz Vanguard Realty in
honor of Mary McMillan
Becky Seaton in honor of
Kerry Lobel
Laura Shaw and Steve Van Zandt
in honor of Merrill Bickford
Jonathan Sheena in honor of
Abby Mohaupt
Damaris and Forrest Shigley
in honor of Paul and
Dana Shigley
Liza and Dennis Shoji in honor of
Kate O'Hanlan
Judith Shotwell in honor of
Suzanne Abel
Janet Sims and Betsy Allen in
honor of Kate O'Hanlan
Susan Smigelski in honor of
Kate O'Hanlan
Megan Swezey Fogarty, Haas
Center for Public Service,
in honor of Suzanne Abel
Marilyn Tagatac and
Richard Haas in honor of
Wendy Wardwell
Olga Talamante in honor of her
farmworker family
Kristin Teigen and
Philip Bransford in honor
of Kerry Lobel
Lawrence Tepe in honor of
Ben Ranz
Barbara and Franklin Turner
in honor of Janet Murphy
John Wade in honor of the
Puente staff
Deborah Webster and
Hugo Vuong in honor of
everyone who tries to be a
better person
Lynn Westphal in honor of
Kate O'Hanlan
Diane Wexler and Bruce Beron
in honor of Kate O'Hanlan
Christina Wilson in honor of
Shannon White
Anonymous in honor of
Erica Hays
INDIVIDUALS / INDIVIDUOS
Judy Abdo
Suzanne Abel
Elizabeth Abrams,
Merrill College, University of
California, Santa Cruz
Tracey Adamowski
Emily Adams and Carmen Arick
Ann Adams
Joy Addison
Steven Adelsheim
Kanishka Agarwei and
Troy O'Leary
Elvia Aguilar
Cynthia Ahrendsen
Tim Ainoa
Terry and Ken Ajuria
Ibrahim Al Husseini
Jose Alanso
Leslie Albeit
Paul Albert
Kathy Alberts and
Garth Harwood
Wilma Alcober
Dave Alexander
Mary Lou Allen
Ronald and Judith Allington
Sadick and Lindsay Alsadir
Laura Alster-Martin and
Sam Martin
Arlae Alston
Eileen Altman
Dirk Alvarado
Norma Alvarez
Lou and Mark Ambinder-Heine
Hilda Amezcua
Monica Amezcua
Laura Anderson
Makaela Anderson,
Stanford Center for
Latin American Studies
D3
Elizabeth Anderson
Lois and Eddie Anderson
Chris Andreason and Elaine Tate
Soodie Ansara
Tereso Antonio
Lianne Araki and
Edward Hattyar
Arcelia Arenas
Maria Arenas
Juan Arias
Keri Arinsmier
Gayla and Gordon Armstrong
Michael and Kaylyn Armstrong
Betty Raffin Arnold
Jane Arny
Marie Jose Arreaza
Pepa Arriaza
Rebecca Ashe
Jean Atkinson
Molly Aufdermauer,
Center for Latin American
Studies
Lynn Augstein
David Augustine
Terri Avila
Sally Bachman and Ray Wells
Laura Bachrach-Prober
Norka Bailey
Dennis Dillon Baker and
Mary Lu Murphy
Nancy Baker and Cathy Hauer
Ballard Estates Fund
Ann Banchoff
Lynore Banchoff
Jessica Barajas,
Stanford Graduate School
of Education
James Bardsley
John Bare
Rocky Barilla and
Dolores Heisinger
The Rev. Dr. Laura Barnes
Julie Barney
Mariana Barragan
Emilia Barriga
Angel Barrios
Michelle Barry and Mark Cullen
Jayne and Mark Battey
Trageen Baumgart
Leslie and Paul Baxter and
Cornelia Spearing
Emma Bean
Nannette Begovich
Heidi Bennett
Kathleen Bennett and
Thomas Malloy
Ann Benson and Iris Harrell
Sally Benson
Jonathon Benson
C'Anna and David Bergman
Melissa Bergquist
Susan Bezooijen
Patricia Sue Biehler
Charana Lea Binford
Alice and Robert Bishop
Suzanne Black
Patricia Ann Blair
Michelle Blake
Terrence Blaschke
Lani Blazer
Chela Blitt
Christopher and Tammy Bloom
Dr. Ben Boblett
Doris Jean Boblett
Peter Bohacek and Celia Gagnon
Maureen Boland
Luvi Bone
Michelle Booth
Ellen Boozer
Pat and Shella Bordi
Julia Bott
Avis Boutell and Alice Miller
Cheryl Bower
Andrew and Lisa Boyd-Goodrich
Barbara Boyer
Tonia Boykin
Laura Bradfield
Holly Brady
Chris and Liz Brancart
Bob and Lori Bredel
John Joseph Brennan
Lisa Brewer
James and Genevieve Brigham
Efrain Brito
Rachel Brodie and
Adam Weisberg
The Brody Family
Elizabeth Brookes and
Linda Lanier
Diane Brosin and
Timothy Machold
Martha Brown
Doris Todd Brown
Alice Brown
Kate Browne, Skyline College
Early Childhood Education
Nicholas Brummell
Jacqueline Brysacz
John and Wendy Buckley
Nicole Bueno
Ismael and Clara Bueno
Ken Bumphrey
George Bunch, Department of
Education, University of
California, Santa Cruz
Dana Bunnett
Janet and Alan Burr
Hilary Burrows
Gail and Robert Buschini
Linda Busek
Isela Bustos
Kasey Butler
Helene Butler
Juan Cabrera
Judy Cabuag
Kara Cadagan
Callagy Family
Tessa R. Callejo and
William J. Black
Lorena Calvillo
Maria Camarda
Vicky Camilleri
Anne Campbell
Catherine Carhart
Veronica Carmona
Betsy Carpenter
Christine Case
Michael Cassadine
Jennifer Castello, Cañada
College ESL Department
Susy and Louie Castoria
Charlie Catania
Jacqueline Cervantes
Andrew Chaffee
Jan Chainey
Cynthia Chaing and
Mariano Sawit
Susan Chamberlain
Stephanie Chan Knueppel
Karen Chapman
Liz and Harlan Chapman
Linda Chase
Neil Chaudhary
Edgar Chavez
Noel Chavez, Cañada College
Vanessa Chavez
Holly Cheever
Paola Chesser
Diann and Frank Chethik
Cynthia Chin-Lee and
Peter Ching
Brenda Christensen and
Tom Barry
Karen Christian
Pattie Christman-DeMello Pine
Lisa and Peter Chupity
Maryann and John Chwalek
Gordon Clark and
Nichole Mikaelian
Paula Clauson
Deborah Clay Stinson
Heather Cleary
James and Linda Clever
Lisa Coates
Steve and Elaine Cobb
Joan Cochrane
Robert and Susan Coffman
David Cohen
Nancy and Jordon Cohen
Mia Pesce Coleman
Julia Conklin
Christy Conklin and
Richard McCluney
Nicole Conroy
Joyce Converse
Lora Cope
Juana Corona and
Richard Costello
Stephanie Cousin
Jim Coutinho
Kate Cox
Gordon Craig and Joan Roy
Elaine Cramer
Robin and Nancy Crawford
Robert Crews
Roxanne Crittenden
Ellen Crivella
Arne Croce
Joshua and Adrienne Crockett
Anne and Jon Cross
Janelle Crossley
Fred W. Crowder
Kathleen Curran and
James McGarry
Nell Curran, Stanford Office of
Community Health
Patricia and Jim Czerwonky
Susannah Dahlhauser
Gina Dalma and
Gabriel Manjarrez
Dave and Judi Damrosch
Carolyn Danforth
Annette Daniels
Noelle Darling and
Jason Dorrier
Stephen Dasso
Alicia Dasso
Ronnie and Bridget Davis
Sarah Davison
Jorge De la Luna, Stanford
Office of Community Health
Zurine De Miguel
Meg Delano
Tricia Dell and Dan Bernstein
Les and Leslie Deman
Victoria Demartini
Karen deMoor and
Tom McCook
Sky DeMuro-Miller
Laura Denlinger
Michael Denney
Maria Diaz Ramirez
Suzanne Dibble and
Jeanne DeJoseph
Kathleen Dickey
Nirmala Dillman
Prof. Rodolfo Dirzo, Center for
Latin American Studies
Tom Dodd
Mary Helen Doherty and
Lindi Ramsden
Tanya Domi
Karina Dominguez
Brian Domitilli
Susan Donahue
Shelley Donaldson
Ken and Penny Donnelly
Natale D'Onofrio
Gail Donovan
Darla J. Donovan
Erika Dornfield
Robert Dougherty
D4
Lynn Dowell
Eleanor Drey
Cheryl Droffner and
Kurt Shaefer
Gita Drury
Marta Drury and Kerry Lobel,
girls just wanna have funD
Nancy Adams Drye
Karen Dua
Ron and Lynn Duarte
Rocio Duenas
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Duncan
Bonnie and Dale Dunham
Susan A. Dunn
Jane and David Duperrault
Drew Durham
D.M. Duvall
Pamela Eakins
Colleen Earp
Lorraine Eberhardt
Terri Echelbarger and
Eileen McCree
Gabriel Echeverria
Laura Edelman
Shirley Eglington
Valerie Eifert
Shelley Eisenman and
Elisa Friedlander
Dr. Josefina Enriquez
Lesbian Equity Fund
Honorable Anna Eshoo
Zulema Esparza
Marisa Espinal
Diana Espinoza Osuna,
Cañada College
Anna Estrada
Judith Estrada,
El Centro Chicano
Kathy and Matthew
Evans-Barton
Mary Helen and James Ewan
Ellen Farmer
Rose Feerick
Debi Fernandez
Edwin and Iris Fernandez
Bert Feuss and Norma Garcia
Margaret Ann and Don Fidler
Heather Fields
Leslie Fiering
Jeanne and Frank Fischer
Dr. Michael Fischetti and
Dr. Marilyn Winkleby
Helen Fitzsimmons
Deanna Fleming
Adam Fleming
Terrence and Polly Flinn
Audelia Flores
Sonya Flores
Elizabeth Flores
Gloria Flores-Garcia
Tara Foltz
Tara Ford and Steve Adelsheim
Doug Ford
Victoria Fought
Paul and Barbara Fourt
Liz Fowler
Laura Franco and Scott Hayes
Miriam Anne Frank
Marivee Frayer
Andy Frazier
Robert Freeman and
Karla Wentzel
Alex Freisthler
Sandy and Al Fricke
Friend of Puente
Nancy Frost
Kenneth D. Fuquay
Thomas Furlong and
Ann Chang Williams
Elizabeth Gallagher
Stephen and Anne Galli
Linda Garber and
Barbara Blinick
Ramiro and Leydi Garcia
Erica Garcia and
Marcos Santacruz
Gabriel Garcia and Marni Brown
Carlos Garcia
Elvira Garcia
Stephanie Garcia
Jane Gardner
Mike and Sherri Garoutte
Kathryn Garth Shea and
John Shea
Richard and Dolores Gates
Elizabeth Gatt
Frances and Ted Geballe
Alison Geballe
Lisa Giarretto
Michelle Gill
Douglas Gillespie
Peter Giodano
Stephanie Goetz
Millie Golder
Jane Goldman
Dr. Chip B. and
Linda B. Goldstein
Matea Gomez
Margarito Gomez
Rosa Gomez, Gomez and Douat
Ana Lisa Gomez
Lucia Gonzales
Lourdes Gonzalez
Deborah Gonzalez
Avelino Gonzalez
Maria Alejandra Gonzalez
David Gordon
Rich Gordon and
Denny McShane
Kevin and Jeanie Graham
James Greenebaum
Wayne and Kelly Greenwood
Betsy Gressler
Patrick Grisham
Honorable Carole Groom
Lorna and James Groundwater
Ruth Gurney
Mayra Guzman
Viria Guzman Orozco,
Classroom Connections
Jeff and Kate Haas
Karen Hackett
Alan and Lori Haffner
Kate Haisch and Jason
Brenneman
Christine Hamilton
Maria Hamman
Mary Hansell and Carl Serrato
Eileen Hansen and Denise Wells
Dawn Harbatkin
Marian Hardin
Diana Harlick
Vaughn Harrison
Vanessa Hartigan
Wendy Hartman-Carr
Kathleen Hayes and
John McGraw
Erica and Alex Hays
Catherine Heaney
Ann Height
Trudy Heise
Paul Henige
Bette Henley
Carlie Henneman
Steve and Linda Henry
Kris A. Hermanns and
Merri Baldwin
Elvira Hernandez
Thomas Hernandez
Rocio Hernandez
Artemio Hernandez
Ben Hernandez
Nestor Hernandez
Guadalupe Hernandez
Margarita Hernandez
Martell Hesketh
Jim Hewlett
Colleen Heyer
Lauri Hill
Honorable Jerry Hill
Kathleen Hill
Mary Hillemeier
Deborah Hirst
Michael Hodges
Mary Hohenberg
Jim and Shirley Holley
Barbara Hooper and
Terry Mahoney
David Hope
Sandra Hopkins
Albert Horn
Honorable Don and
Elaine Horsley
Kathryn Houk
Jean Marie Houston
Robert and Dorothy Howell
Lars Howlett
Sean Hoyer and
Bonnie Faigeles
Linda Hsu
Sara Huckabone
Tom Huening
Sandra Huff
Evan Hughes and Linda Craig
Suzanne Hughes
Diane Hull-Chapman
Hurlbut-Johnson Charitable
Trusts, Jack Eugene Teeters
Rebecca Hurwitz
Aisha Hussain
Kristi Hustak
Tamar Ingber
Kirsten Irgens-Moller
Elia Jaimes
Janet Jarvis
Maureen and Brett Jennings
Emily Jensen
Ada Marie Jensen
Laurel Jensen
Jane Jepson
Nancy Jian Mei Ruan
Birgitta Johansson
Rob Johnson and Lary Lawson
William Johnson
Yukio Johnson
Samantha Johnston and
Hector Gonzales-Najera
Paul Jones
Linnea Jones
Earle Jones
Barbara Jordan
Maria Juarez-Reyes
Lona Jupiter
Lani Ka'ahumanu
Vatche and Seta Kabajouzian
Madeleine Kane
Robin Kane
Shoshanna Kaplinsky and
Isobel Scher
Douglas Karlson
Timothy Kashuba
Robert Katz
David Katzenstein, MD
Bill and Elaine Kay
Diann Kelly
Liz Kia
Mardi Kildebeck, Mary
Wohlford Foundation
Susan Kilian, Gloria Nieto and
O'Connor Hospital, 9:00 am
D5
Cardiac Rehabilitation
Group
Daniel Kim
Joy Kim
Tom and Josephine Kimura
Pat Kinney
Melissa Kirven-Brooks
Judith Kitt
Anne Knapke
Eva Knodt and Terrence Adams
Judith Koch
Kenneth and Veronica Kornberg
Donna Korones
L.M. Kowalski
Matthew Kreiner
Bruce Krempetz and
Heather McAvoy
Katherine Kryston
Heidi Kuiper
Karina Labrenz
Lauren and Paul LaFauci
Tashana Landray
Sterling and Linda Lanier
Amy Lansky
Gloria Lascarez
Jo Laster
David Lauck
Leslie Lauck
Louise Lawson
Michelle LeClair
Anne LeClair
David and Arla LeCount
Joann Lee
Marion Lee
Linda M. Lee
Linda Lee
Nellie and Paul Lee
Debbie Lee-Kavousi
Jane Leer
Arianne Lehn
David and Doreen Leith
Becki and Ron Lemoge
Patrick Letellier and
George Collyer
Lissin Lev Chaya
Jane Lewenthal
Renee Lewis
Frank Leykamm and Lois Dunn
Sally Lieber
Dale Liebes
Linda and Sidney Liebes
Jim and Donna Lindsay
Mary Margaret Lindstrom and
Mark Lindstrom
Kristin Lindstrom and
Teresa Kung
Katy Linn
Jun Ying and Shenshen Liu
Jessie Liu
Marcia Livingston
Linda Lobel
Pam LoCoco
Araceli Lopez
Charmain Lopez
Mariela Lopez
Maricela Lopez
Jennifer Lopez
Sara Lopez-Barton
Dr. Kate Lorig
Martha Losch
Robin Lowey
Efren Loza
Rowena and Timothy Luca
Jonell Lucas
Connie and Bob Lurie
David Lustig
Michael and Susan Lydon
Dana Lynch and
Rachel Gershenson
Heather Macbeath
Marion MacGillivray
Marguerite Yvette Machen
Margaret MacNiven
Avo Makdessian
Rita Mancera and Jim Gust
Andrea Mar
Lupe Marcelo
Rosa Marcelo
Nancy Margulies and
Gary Warhaftig
Francisco Meza Marin
Maribel Marin
Tom and Denise Marks
Steven and Christine Martin
Cristian Martinez
Bob and Kathy Martinez
Lina Martinez
Rogelio Martinez
Catalina Martinez
Porfirio Martinez Antonio
Joseph Martinucci
Christopher Mascarenhas
Carole and Bob Maslow
Kozue Matayoshi Wang
Lisa Mateja
Jacque Maxon and
Richard Kirchner
Donna Maxwell
Lisa McCaffrey
Kevin McCarthy
Rhonda McClinton-Brown,
Stanford Office of
Community Health
Wendy and Jim McConachie
Jim and Elizabeth McCroskey
Nancy McCroskey
Katrina McFarland and
Jon Walton
Logan McGarrity
Charise McHugh
Shauna McKenna
Julia McKeon
Laurie McLean
Mary McMillan
Lori Jeanne and Bill McMillan
Ben McMillan
Julie McMillan
Cristopher and Pamela
McReynolds
Tami and Timothy McVey
Mark Medeiros
Jay Meents
Lee and Kathy Merkle-Raymond
Jordan Meyer
Thomas Meyers
Archana Mhapsekar
Janice Micha
Nancy Michelsen
Jessica Mihaly
Sandy Miller
Honora Miller
Linda Bea Miller and
Philip Chapnick
Wendy Millet Trice
Roderic and Vicki Milroy
Abigail Mohaupt and
Nathan Fleming
Hillary Mohaupt
Alison Monteith
Janice Moody
Rachel Moody
Dr. John Moon
Jamie Moore
Ellen Moore
Barrett Moore and Bruce Ives
Sarah and Rafael Morales
Paola Moreno-Roman,
Stanford Graduate School of
Education
Nancy Morgan
David Morgan
Judit Moschkovich
Melvin and Pearl Mosk
Ken Motley
Mark Moulton
James Mulhall
Kelly Muñoz and Web Barton
Eduardo Muñoz Muñoz,
Stanford Graduate School
of Education
Lois and Thomas Murdoch
Janet B. Murphy
Roger and Mary Murray
Alberto Nabor
Margaret Neale and
Alfred Lindahl
Steven Neese
Karin Nelson
Timothy and Silke Nelson
Angela Nemellini
Regina Neu and
Robert Thompson
Todd Newberry
Nancy Newbold
Mary Newcombe
Gail Newel and Kelli Beingesser
Alison Newell
Cira Nickerson
Chuck and Ginny Nile
Gianna Nino-Tapia
Lela Noble
Betty Nogues
Mikal Nolan
Andrew Noon
Casey Norton
Ashley Núñez
George Nwafor
Charlotte Ruth O'Brien
and Ann Keaney
P. K. and Suzanne O'Brien
Becky O'Connell
M. Brigid O'Farrell and
T.J. Glauthier
Patrick O'Halloran
Kathleen and Mark Olson
Orchard House Foundation,
Kit Miller
Madeleine Orenstein
Veronica Ortega
David and Alejandra Ortega
Juan Ortega
Miguel Ortega
Martin Otero
Lionel Oubichon
Juanita Owens and
Rosalinda del Moral
Melanie Pace
Beverly Pachner
Christine Padilla
Irene Pak
Eleanor Palacios
Mary Panton
Neil Panton
David and Mimi Pasternak
Lori Pastorelli and
Johannes Van Os
Nancy Patterson
Maryanne Patterson
Jessica Patton
Paul and Mary Cosper
Arlene Paxton
Payne Family Fund of the
Silicon Valley Community
Foundation
Marvin Paz
Dr. Deborah B. Penrose
Daisy Perez
Cleotilde Perez
Judy Periat
Maya Perkins
D6
Ellen Perry
Jody Peterman
Heather Peters
Judith Peterson
Karen Peterson-Iyer and
Mohan Subramaniam Iyer
Jenny Phan
Denise Phillips,
The Phillips Family
Susan and James Phinney Silver
Linda Phu
Christine Pielenz and Bill Laven
Rebecca Pink
Helena Pisani
Mr. and Mrs. George Plotnikoff
Michael and Ana Polacek
Sheryl Pounds
Carol Prentice and
Michael Rymer
Jonathon Prosnit
Judith Pruzinsky
Sarah Pullins
Dan Putman and Kathy Williams
Colleen Quigley and
Stanley Lanning
Mary Kathleen Raftery
Hana Raftery
Guadalupe Ramirez
Guillermo and Yessenia Ramirez
Maria Ramos
James and Amy Ramsey
Arthur Ranz
Ben Ranz
MaryJane Ranz
Julie Ranz
Seth Ranz
Michael and Linda Ranz
Scott Ranz
Matthew Raptis
Lisa T. Rasler
Suchita Rastogi
Arden Ratcliff
Nancy Raulston
Margot Rawlins
Gordon Ray, MD
Catherine Raye-Wong and
Arnold Wong
Hope Raymond
Michelle Reade
Kathy Reavis and David Strohm
Rev. Wilma Reichard and
Gordon Howie
Dale W. Reiger and
Teri J. Summer-Reiger
Jay and Annika Reinemann
Erik and Isak Reinemann
Rodger Reinhart and
Lynne Bowman
Shirley Reusch Drye
Kristina Reyes
Trisha Reyes
Meredith and Jim Reynolds,
Level Lea Farm
Besty Richanbach
David Richardson and
Dan Neumann
Donna and Gene Richeson
The Riedy Family
Jovany Rios
Gustavo Rivera-Ugalde
Jack and Betsy Rix
Rachel Robasciotti
Aron Roberts
Susan and James Roberts
Lynn and Ray Roberts
Marcia Robinson
Randy and Debra Robinson
Catalina Robles
Christy Rodgers
Irma Rodriguez
Karla Rodriguez
Everardo Rodriguez,
Stanford Universities
Libraries
Andrea Rodriguez
Aquilina Rodriguez
Laura Rodriguez
Corina Rodriguez
Iliana Rodriguez
Lorene Romero and Gayle Walz
Dianne Ronk
Lynne and John Rosenberg
Oscar and Margaret
Rosenbloom
Sarah and Carl Rosendahl
Marc and Monica Rosoff
Stephanie Ross and
Andrew Michael
David Ross
Daniel Ross-Jones
Delores Rotterman
Debbie Vola Ruben
Al Rudolph
Denise Ruiz
Gordon Russell and
Tina McAdoo
Sara and Storm Russell
Barbara Russo
Kathryn Ryan
Mary-Joyce Sacman
Melina Salvador
Emerita Samaniego
Margie San Jose
Peter and Minako Sano
Manuel Santamaria
Oscar Sarabia
Dalia Sarmiento
Sarah Saskowsky
Pat Sasso
Warren Saunders
Ellen and Robert Sawyer Fund
Stephanie Scarborough
Werner and Marisa Schaer
Arlene and Jack Schaupp
Changed
Renee Scherer
Cara Schmaljohn
Lisa Anne Schmidt
Mary Esther and
Tom Schnaubelt
Patricia Schuppert
Sandra Schuster
Mike and Melody Scott
Julia Scott
Michael and Laura Scott
Laura Sears
Becky Seaton
Jane Grabowski Seifert
Yessenia Serratos
David and Wendi Shafir Schorr
Sharon Shapiro
Ruth Shavel
Laura Shaw and
Steve Van Zandt
Jonathan Sheena
Benjamin Shefftz
Benjamin Sherman
Suzanne Sheuerman
Damaris and Forrest Shigley
Paul and Dana Shigley
Liza and Dennis Shoji
Judith Shotwell
Joseph Shultz
Len Shustek and
Donna Dubinsky
Stephanie Sideroff
Andrea Sigetich and
Beryl Ruhlman
Marisol Silva and
Juan Ortega-Díaz
Nina Simons
Janet Sims and Betsy Allen
Mitch Slater
Joy Sleizer
Susan Smigelski
Bruce Smith
Eleanor Smith
Tom and Pat Smith
Evan Smith and
Bonnie Zimmerman
Elinor V. Smith
Lee K. Smithson
Ruby Sodhi
Wendy Sov, Haas Center at
Stanford University
Nicholas Spicher
Spring Tide Foundation
Kavitha Sreeharsha
Marina Stariha
Dr. and Mrs. Karl Stauffer
Robert Stebbins
Bonnie Sterngold
Tom Steyer and Kat Taylor
Georgia Stigall
Deborah Stipek
Deanne Stone
Margaret Stone
Terry Strachan
JoAnna and Richard
Strawbridge
Kirk Strohman, Jr.
Peter and Tone Strom
Nancy Struck
Paul Stultz
Henry and Karen Sutter
Hope Swank
Timothy Sweeney
Ellen Sweetin and
Rev. Wendy Taylor
Eleanor Swent
Megan Swezey Fogarty
Katherine Sylvester
Peter Taber and Eddie Fike
Marilyn Tagatac and
Richard Haas
Olga Talamante
Kathy Tama
Connie Taniguchi
Donald B. and Carole F.
Tanklage Foundation
Carlos and Sonia Tavers
Carole Taylor
Margaret Taylor and
Flloyd Gonella
Kristin Teigen and
Philip Bransford
Lawrence Tepe
Mehmet Tepedelenliglu
and Delma Soult Guerrero
Daniel Terpstra
Luke Terra, Stanford Center
for Teaching and Learning
Yogita Butani Thakur
Elizabeth Thomas
Edward and Gail Thompson
Bill Thompson
David and Mary Alice Thornton
Susan Tidmarsh
Robert Tillitz
Ann and Greg Timm
Alexandra Toledo
Gary and Pamela Tonucci
Sarah Topy
Deborah Torres
Juanita Traver
Jay and Susie Trexler
Michael and Leslie Trigg
Larry Trujillo
Janet Trusso
Paul Tulch
D7
Barbara and Franklin Turner
David Tynan
Randy Uang
Bonnie Ulrick
Nancy Vail and Jered Lawson
Guadalupe Valdés
Kimberly Valencia
Janet Ann Van Pelt
Jennifer Vancini
Brian Vandal
Dianne Vantomme
Mary Varala
Marcela Vargas
Joaquin Vargas Luna
Mark and Patricia Velligan
Deborah Vento
Erika Vera
Alfredo Vergara-Lobo
Greg Verissimo
Alexandra Villegas
Linda Villegas-Marrero
Maria Villela
Rob and Joyce Von Allmen
Mary Bea Von Allmen
Diane Waddell
John Wade
Ruth Waldhauer
Léonie Walker and
Kate O'Hanlan
Karen and Paul Walker
Peter Wallis
Lynn Walroth
Janet Walworth and
George Hohnsbeen
Wei Wang
George Wang
Stephen B. Ward
Wendy Wardwell
Roger and Joan Warnke
Lisa Warns
Sharon Washington
Marilyn Waterman
Joann and Jerry Watkins
Pat Watson
Deborah Webster and
Hugo Vuong
Kathy Webster and Bill Milliot
Mary and James Weersing
Sandy Weil
Richard P. Weiner and
Susan Lubeck
Marianne Welch
Heidi Werder
Lynn Westphal
Amy Westphal
James Wetzel
Diane Wexler and Bruce Beron
Shannon White
Susan White
Shannon White
Craig Wiesner and
Derrick Kukuchi
Edward Williams
Kate Williams Browne
Steve and Joan Wilson
Christina Wilson
William S. Wilson
Mary Windram
Lynda Witzel
Bernice and Leonard Wolf
Warren Wolfeld
Molly Wolfes
Erica Wood
Amy and Patrick Wooliever
Daniel Wright
Krista and Randy Wright
Mei Wu
Kathryn Young
Keith Young
Carol Young-Holt and
David Sandage
Frank Zaccaro
Nicolasa Zamora
Elena Zamora
Norma Zavala
Robyn Ziegler
Barbara Zoloth
Edward Zuroweste
BUSINESS AND
CORPORATE DONORS /
NEGOCIOS Y
PATROCINADORES
Alice’s Restaurant
Allied Waste Services
At Your Nonprofit's Service
Bay City Flower Co.
Bay World Travel
Breakaway Ranch
California Terra Garden
Cheeky Monkey Toys
Coastside Dental
Coastside Farmers' Markets
Coastside Veterinary Clinic
Costanoa Lodge
Cross the Divide
Curves
Cypress Meadows
Del Sur Farm
Dolphin Graphics
Donald McDermott Trucking
Early Bird Ranch
Event Savvy
Farm House Frosting
Farmageddon
Fifth Crow Farm
First National Bank of
Northern California
Fit Studio
Fly Girl Farm
Global Impact
H & R Block
Half Moon Bay Brewing
Company
Half Moon Bay Review
Harley Farms Goat Dairy
Hassett Hardware
Haynes, Beffel and Wolfeld, LLP
State Farm Insurance Heider Kuiper
Jama's Orchard
Johnston's Saltbox
Kaiser Permanente
Koop, Inc.
Left Coast Grass Fed
Markegard Family Grass-Fed
Mercado & Tacqueria
de Amigos
Miramar Farms
New Leaf Community Markets
OKU, Inc.
Pasta Moon
Pescadero Country Store
Pescadero Creek Inn
Phipps Ranch
Reach and Teach
Samyama Yoga Center
San Mateo Credit Union
Santa Cruz Vanguard Realty
Slow Coast
Sports Basement
State Street Honey
Stucky's Sustainable Seafood
Studio 4 Pilates
The UPS Store #1604,
Half Moon Bay
Turner Property Development
Weller O'Brien Insurance
Services
Wells Fargo Bank
CIVIC AND RELIGIOUS
ORGANIZATIONS /
ORGANIZACIONES CIVILES
Y RELIGIOSAS
A.D.K. Teaching Sorority
ADK-Beta Rho
American Civil Liberties Union
Foundation of Northern
California
American Red Cross
Animal Beacons of Light
Archbishop Riordan High
School
Beta Rho Sorority
Bike Church
Bike Smart
Bring Me A Book Foundation
Broadmoor Presbyterian Church
Butano Country Club
California Rural Legal
Assistance
Camp Butano Creek
Catholic Worker of
Half Moon Bay
Cañada College
Central Peninsula Church
Challah for Hunger, Stanford
Associated Students
Chicana-Latina Foundation
Coastside Farmers' Market
Coastside Jewish Community
Coastside Mothers' Club
Coastside State Parks
Association
Coastside Women's Club
College Heights Church
Community Congregational
Church of Benicia
Community Legal Services of
Palo Alto
Commute.org
Congregants of Stanford
Memorial Church
Congregational Church
of Belmont
Congregational Church of
San Mateo
Congregational Church Rides
Educators for Fair
Consideration (E4FC)
El Teatro Campesino
First Congregational Church
of Berkeley
First Congregational Church
of Palo Alto
First Congregational Church
of Redwood City
First Presbyterian Church
of Palo Alto
Friends of Half Moon Bay
Library
Girl Scouts of Northern
California
Global Exchange
Half Moon Bay Coastside
Chamber of Commerce and
Visitors' Bureau
Harvey Milk Academy
Holy Family Episcopal Church
Housing Industry Foundation
Independent Order of Odd
Fellows Ocean View
Lodge 143
Institute for Human and
Social Development
International Institute of the
Bay Area
D8
Knitzvah
La Honda Voice
Lansdowne Friends School
Latino Community Foundation
Legal Aid of San Mateo County
Mira Vista UCC
Monte Verde Cub Scouts
Monterey Bay Aquarium
Newcomers Club of San Mateo
Niles Discovery Church
Notre Dame de Namur
University, Dorothy Stang
Center
Ocean View OddFellows
Our Lady of the Pillar,
Half Moon Bay
Our Lady of the Snows
Peninsula Family Service
Peninsula Interfaith Coalition
on Immigration
Peninsula Metropolitan
Community Church
Peninsula Open Space Trust
Pescadero Arts & Fun Festival
Pescadero Elementary School
PTA
Pie Ranch
Piecemakers by the Sea
Planned Parenthood Mar Monte
Potrero Nuevo Farm
Presbyterian WomenSan Francisco
Princess Project, Silicon Valley
Raising a Reader
Ravenswood Family Health
Center
RotaCare Free Clinic,
Half Moon Bay
Samaritan House
San Jose State University,
Department of Occupational
Therapy
San Mateo County Commute
Alternatives Program
San Mateo County Core
Services Agency Network
San Mateo County/Silicon
Valley Visitors and Convention
Bureau
Siena Youth Center
Silicon Valley Bike Coalition
Skyline College, Early
Childhood Education
Sonrisas Dental Clinic
South Coast Children's Services
St. Andrews Presbyterian
Church
St. Anthony's Church,
Pescadero
St. Gregory’s Catholic School
St. Vincent de Paul, Pescadero
Stanford Service Program
Project
Stanford University, Center for
Latin American Studies
Stanford University, Center for
Population Health Services
Stanford University, El Centro
Chicano
Stanford University, Graduate
School of Education
Stanford University, Haas
Center for Public Service
Stanford University, Office of
Community Health
Stanford University, Residential
Education
The Big Lift
THRIVE
TomKat Ranch
Trinity Presbyterian Church,
San Carlos
United Way, Earn It! Keep it!
Save it!
University of California, Santa
Cruz, Department of
Education and Classroom
Connection
University of California,
Santa Cruz, El Centro
University of California,
Santa Cruz, Merrill College
University of California,
Santa Cruz, Psychology
Department
Western Wheelers Bicycle Club
YMCA Camp Loma Mar
Youth Leadership Institute
FOUNDATIONS /
FUNDACIONES
Atkinson Foundation
Bella Vista Foundation
Benevity Community
Impact Fund
Blue Oak Foundation
Chronicle Season of
Sharing Fund
Flora Family Foundation
Gordon and Betty Moore
Foundation
Grove Foundation
Heising-Simons Foundation
Jewish Community
Endowment Fund
Kaiser Permanente
Lucile Packard Children's
Hospital, Stanford
National Christian Foundation
Orchard House Foundation
Pescadero Education
Foundation
Philanthropic Ventures
Foundation
San Francisco Foundation
Sand Hill Foundation
Silicon Valley Community
Foundation
Sobrato Family Foundation
Sutter Health, Mills Peninsula
Health Services, Palo Alto
Medical Foundation
The Women's Foundation of
California, Women Go! Circle
Touchpoint Foundation
Yellow Chair Foundation
Young Boozer Family
Foundation
GOVERNMENT AGENCIES
/ AGENCIAS DE GOBIERNO
Cal Fire Station 57, La Honda
Cal Fire Station 59, Pescadero
California Highway Patrol,
Car Seat Inspection and
Installation
Consulado General del Perú
Consulate General of Mexico,
San Francisco
Emergency Food and Shelter
Program, United Way
Half Moon Bay Libary
La Honda-Pescadero
Unified School District
Pescadero Elementary School
Pescadero Middle and
High School
Pescadero Municipal
Advisory Council
San Mateo County Behavioral Health and
Recovery Services, Project
Success
San Mateo County Board of Supervisors
San Mateo County Children's Fund
San Mateo County Commission on the Status
of Women
San Mateo County Health System, Health Care
for the Homeless/Migrant
Seasonal Farmworker
Program
San Mateo County Health System, Health
Coverage Unit - Children's
Health Initiative
San Mateo County Health System, Seasonal
Flu Clinics
San Mateo County Health System, STD/HIV
Clinics and Testing,
Sunshine Van
San Mateo County Health System, Women,
Infant and Children
Nutrition Program
San Mateo County Human Services Agency,
CalFresh Outreach
San Mateo County Human Services Agency,
Center on Homelessness
San Mateo County Human Services Agency,
Children and Family Services
San Mateo County Human Services Agency,
Children's Collaborative
Action Team
San Mateo County Human Services Agency,
Lifeline Transportation
Program
San Mateo County Measure A Funds
San Mateo County Office of the County
Manager
San Mateo County San Mateo Medical Center,
Coastside Clinic
San Mateo County Sheriff's Office, Community
Alliance to Revitalize our
Neighborhoods (CARON)
San Mateo County Workforce Investment
Board
San Mateo County Office of
Education, Early Learning
Support Services
San Mateo County Transit
District, MV Transportation
WestEd, Program in
Infant Toddler Care
SPECIAL THANKS |
AGRADECIMIENTOS
ESPECIALES
Arcelia Arena, Zumba Instructor
Charana Binford, ESL Instructor
Gaby Flores, Zumba Instructor
Lars Howlett, Photography
D9
Regina Neu, Development
Michaela O’Connor, ESL Instructor
Ana Polacek, ESL Instructor
Julia Scott, Editor
Georgina Synders, Spanish
Instructor
Elizabeth Sumano, Zumba
Instructor
Erika Vera, Zumba Instructor
Kristin Teigen, Development
Karen Walker, ESL Instructor
CREDITS / CREDITOS
Lars, Howlett,
Photography|Fotografía
Julia Scott,
Copy|Texto
Glen So,
Design|Diseño
PUENTE PARTNERS FOR SUSTAINABILITY /
MIEMBROS DE SUSTENTABILIDAD DE PUENTE
THANK YOU
Your gifts each and every month make Puente stronger and
more sustainable. Your consistent support ensures the continued
effectiveness of our programs. We are most grateful.
Visit mypuente.org to see our full list of donors and volunteers.
GRACIAS
Sus donaciones mensuales hacen a Puente más fuerte y más sostenible.
Su apoyo constante asegura la eficacia continua de nuestros programas.
Estamos muy agradecidos.
Visite mypuente.org para ver la lista completa de nuestros donadores y voluntarios.
www.mypuente.org
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