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  • Thank you to the generous donors who have made gifts of $5,000 or more in support of 92Y program centers. This directed funding is critical to each center and the many patrons who depend on and enjoy these programs.

    • 92Y Charles Simon Center for Adult Life and Learning receives major support from Daphne Recanati Kaplan and Thomas S. Kaplan; Nancy and Paul G. Levy; The Henry Nias Foundation; Suzi and Martin Oppenheimer; United Airlines; and the Stanley D. and Nikki Waxberg Fund.

      Additional support is generously provided by Stuart S. Applebaum Giving Foundation; Patricia Gantz; Craig Newmark Philanthropies; Barbara and Lou Perlmutter; Daryl and Steven Roth; Lynda and Robert Safron / The Edythe Kenner Foundation; Jeff Schoenfeld and Matt Holbein; Jamil Simon; Bertram Teich; and an anonymous donors.

      The Belfer Center for Innovation & Social Impact was named by a generous gift from Laurence and Carolyn Belfer and receives major support from Craig Newmark Philanthropies and the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation. Additional support is provided by Captail One Financial Corporation; Drs. Gail M. and Leonard Saltz; ServiceNow; and the Zegar Family Fund.

      92Y Bronfman Center for Jewish Life receives major support from Matthew Bronfman; The Andrew L. Farkas Family; the Joyce and Irving Goldman Family Foundation; J. Ira and Nicki Harris; Leonard and Judy Lauder; Erica and Kevin Penn; UJA-Federation of New York and The Elie Wiesel Foundation for Humanity.

      Additional support is generously provided by Georgette Bennett and Leonard Polonsky; Friedlander Endowment for Jewish Life; Stephen and Barbara Friedman Foundation; The Karev Foundation; Joan M. Leiman; Leni and Peter W. May; Linda Mirels; Shelly Eisenberg Mitchell and Neil S. Mitchell; Liz and Gus Oliver; Andrea Olshan and Michael Odell; Leo Oppenheimer and Flora Oppenheimer Haas Foundation; Erica and Kevin Penn; Kerry and Rabbi Peter Rubinstein; May and Samuel Rudin Family Foundation, Inc.; David Shapiro and Abby Pogrebin; Jill and Howard Sharfstein; The Muriel F. Siebert Foundation; and an anonymous donor.

      92Y’s Center for Arts Learning and Leadership receives major support from The Applebaum Foundation, Inc.; Jody and John Arnhold; Rose M. Badgeley Residuary Charitable Trust; Gilda Block z”l; Epstein Teicher Philanthropies; Estée Lauder Companies, Inc.; Zvi Limon and the Estate of Ruth Stanton in honor of Oliver Stanton; Jeffrey and Paula Gural; The Hite Foundation; Jefferies; Estate of Marie King; Margulf Foundation; Pine Tree Foundation; The Pinkerton Foundation; Walton Family Foundation and Ali and Brian Wolfe.

      Additional support is provided by Milton and Sally Avery Arts Foundation; Susan Berresford; The Samuel Brandt Fund; The Brodsky Family Foundation; The Edwin Caplin Foundation and Mr. Chretien Risley, Trustee; The Chazen and Chazen Miller Families; Con Edison; The Cowles Charitable Trust; Judy and Anthony Evnin; The Moses Feldman Family Foundation; William Randolph Hearst Fund; David L. Klein, Jr. Foundation; Anne Levy Charitable Trust, Jean L. Karotkin; Leslie and Mitchell J. Nelson; Lilya and Joel Reiss; The Pamela and Richard Rubinstein Foundation; Lynda and Robert Safron / The Edythe Kenner Foundation; Ronald Saltz; Ruth Schlesinger; Carren and Dean Shulman; Bernard & Anne Spitzer Teen Endowment; Sterling National Bank Charitable Foundation; Alan and Katherine Stroock Fund and the Leighton Family; Sy Syms Foundation; The Weininger Foundation, Inc; and Brian and Elisa Zied.

      Public support is provided by the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council; the New York City Department of Youth and Community Development in partnership with the City Council and the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the Office of the Governor and the New York State Legislature.

      92nd Street Y Gilda and Henry Block School of the Arts receives major support from Denise V. Benmosche; Kate W. Cassidy Foundation; and Daphne Recanati Kaplan and Thomas S. Kaplan. Additional support is provided by Milton and Sally Avery Arts Foundation; Jennifer Brownstone; The Chazen and Chazen Miller Families; Hope Fitzgerald; Mary and Harvey Freeman; Jacques and Natasha Gelman Foundation; Samuel Herzfeld; Bonnie Lautenberg; Michael and Margie Loeb; Suzanne G. and William J. Sales; Aline Shapiro; Janet G. Spitzer and Gilbert Spitzer; Susan Taussig and two anonymous donors.

      The Art Center faculty, adult, and special exhibitions are supported by Catherine Hannah Behrend.

      92Y is able to provide visual and performing arts scholarships with thanks to the major support of Daphne Recanati Kaplan and Thomas S. Kaplan with additional support from The Brodsky Family Foundation; and The Edwin Caplin Foundation.

      The 92Y Art Center provides programs at neighborhood senior centers supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council. We thank Council Members Ben Kallos and Keith Powers for making this program possible.

      92Y School of Music receives major support from Daphne Recanati Kaplan and Thomas S. Kaplan. Additional support is generously provided by Gilda Block z”l; The Brodsky Family Foundation; The Edwin Caplin Foundation; Ruth Hollander/M. Schultz Memorial Fund; Lynn R. and Richard L. Kay; New York City Department of Cultural Affairs; and an anonymous donor.

      92Y Harkness Dance Center recognizes the ongoing generosity of the Harkness Foundation for Dance. Major funding is provided by Jody and John Arnhold; Howard Gilman Foundation; and Mertz Gilmore Foundation. Additional support is provided by Sarah Arison, The Reed Adkins Fund of The Pittsburgh Foundation; Hospital for Special Surgery, The Jerome Robbins Foundation and two anonymous donors.

      Public support is provided by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the Office of the Governor and the New York State Legislature.

      92Y Himan Brown Senior Program is endowed by a generous grant from the Himan Brown Charitable Trust.

      Major support for the Himan Brown Senior Program is provided by the Estate of Lorraine Buch; Charina Endowment Fund; The Derfner Foundation; Hospital for Special Surgery; Arnold S. and Madaleine Penner; The Fan Fox and Leslie R. Samuels Foundation; Lilian Sicular; The Kathryn W. Stein Endowment; UJA-Federation of New York.

      Additional support is generously provided by the American Institute of Architects and Taylor Greenberg Goldy; The Margot and Adolph Friedlander Endowment; Judith Fryer and Daniel Biggs; The Mildred and Emanuel Goldberg Endowment; Shirley M. Henschel; Joan M. Leiman; Lilian Sicular; The Dorothy and Sol Smolen Endowment; and David and Pam Zaslav.

      92Y May Center for Health, Fitness and Sport receives support from Aileen and Foster Birch; The Frederic R. Coudert Foundation; Bob and Polly Flanigan; the Fred Mack Endowment; Al and Deborah Roker; and Elizabeth Trenk-Pruzinsky and Adam Trenk.

      92Y Camps receives major support from Charina Endowment Fund; Foundation for Jewish Camp; Cheryl and Philip L. Milstein; Jeff Schoenfeld and Matt Holbein; Esta Eiger Stecher and UJA-Federation of New York.

      The Lillian and Sol Goldman Family Center for Youth and Family receives major support from Charina Endowment Fund; Danyelle Freeman and Josh Resnick; Jill and Barry Lafer and Marissa and Josh Lafer; Daniel Schwartz and Rachel Neuhut-Schwartz; Sarah and Andy Washkowitz; and an anonymous donor.

      Additional support is provided by Julia Arnhold and Lane Gerson; Heather and Felix Baker; Jennifer and Peter Bernstein; Zoe and Jon Bernstein; Matthew Dontzin and Elissa Doyle; Erin and Peter Friedland; Caroline and James Gertler; Katrin and Jeremy Katz; Ana Paula Kelm and Patrick Arnhold; Philippe and Jaclyn Berdugo; Julia Dimon and Joseph Romeo; Deborah and Daniel Glass; Claire James and Ethan Ravetch; Dana and Joseph Kekst; Wendy and Steven Langman; Anne Levy Charitable Trust, Jean L. Karotkin; Michael and Margie Loeb; Rachel and Andrew Lustgarten; Sofia Madyarova and Igor Fert; Emily and Scott McLellan; Kim and Jason Ostheimer; Erynne and Ari Rennert; Vicki Rosen-Solomon and Jessica Rosen-Laegner and Ronald K. Laegner; Erica R. and Eric S. Schwartz; David and Dede Smith; Erica Temel and Max Levine; Julian Torres and Lily Oliver-Torres; Bonnie and Thomas Uger; Maggie Wang and Ting Jia and six anonymous donors.

      92Y Tisch Center for the Arts concerts receive major support from The Augustine Foundation; Gilda Block z”l; In Loving Memory of Dr. Sanford and Phyllis Bolton; The Samuel Brandt Fund; The Chazen and Chazen Miller Families; Lenore and Robert Davis; The Sidney E. Frank Foundation; Eric Warren Goldman in loving memory of Dr. Sanford and Phyllis Bolton; The Bertha and Isaac Liberman Foundation, Inc. and Michele Gerber Klein; Howard and Eleanor Morgan; Suzi and Martin Oppenheimer; Joan H. and Preston Robert Tisch z"l; Eva Colin Usdan and John Usdan; Marshall Weinberg; the Wechsler Foundation; and an anonymous donor.

      Additional support is generously provided by Jody and John Arnhold; Ruth and Gerald Dickler Endowment Fund; The Adele and John Gray Endowment Fund; The Fan Fox and Leslie R. Samuels Foundation; Gerald J. Grossman; The Hite Foundation; Frederick L. Jacobson; Joan L. and Dr. Julius H. Jacobson, II; Helen and David Jaffe; Alexander and Irina Knaster; Stuart and Barbara Kreisberg; The Blanche and Irving Laurie Foundation; Aaron Lieber and Bruce Horten; Ellen F. Marcus; the Henry and Lucy Moses Fund, Inc.; Arthur Riegel; Lynda and Robert Safron / The Edythe Kenner Foundation; and Barbara and Donald z”l Tober.

      Thanks to a generous gift from the Greenwood Family, the 92Y Unterberg Poetry Center is named in honor of Bella Unterberg, one of 92Y’s founders. Through a generous gift from the Estate of Amber Walker, two of the Center’s signature programs have been named in memory of Christopher Lightfoot Walker: the Christopher Lightfoot Walker Literature Project and the Christopher Lightfoot Walker Reading Series.

      The Unterberg Poetry Center receives generous support from The American Jewish Committee; Susan Berresford; The Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation; Bruce and Elizabeth Dunlevie; T.S. Eliot Foundation; Jill and Michael J. Franco; The Sidney E. Frank Foundation; Estate of James and Alice Greenwood; Robert Losada; Robert A. Ouimette; Moses L. Parshelsky Foundation; Penguin Random House; Lauren Rosenkranz and Jennifer Klein; Robert and Silvia Schechter; Ruth Schlesinger; Gary Schpero; Helena and Stephen Sokoloff; Alan and Katherine Stroock Fund and the Leighton Family; Eva Colin Usdan and John Usdan; Jeffrey and Felecia Weiss; W.W. Norton & Company, Inc.; James and Vivian Zelter; and Brian and Elisa Zied.

      The Unterberg Poetry Center receives public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council; the New York City Department of Youth and Community Development in partnership with the City Council and the New York City Council; the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the Office of the Governor and the New York State Legislature; and the National Endowment for the Arts.