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  • 412 Massachuse s Avenue Boston, MA 02118 (617) 267‐5877

    Leadership at YES YES Board of Directors

    Richard Ward, President Phill Gross, Vice President

    Betsy Strickland, Vice President Kevin Hicks, Treasurer Arnesse Brown, Clerk

    Candace Burns Johnson Marcus Evans

    Michael Preiner

    YES Board of Trustees Elizabeth Bartlett Edward Beagan Louis DeGeorge Derek Fowler

    Yuji Koga Marla Quinones Hill

    Geoff Soper Melvin Vieira, Jr. Mark Williams

    YES Advisory Council

    Youth Enrichment Services Annual Impact Report 2012

    Ike Adams Leandrea Brantle

    Heidi Brooks Clarence Brown

    Phil Brown Kevin Corcoran

    Ted Curd Steve Delaney Mark Fanger

    Beth Feinberg Keenan Jessica Ferri Schmitz

    Anna Frank Lance Gomes Gena Gough

    Daphne Griffin Katie Haffenreffer

    Sam Hill Stephanie Kryzewski

    Joslynn Lee Jen Maitland

    Erin McCloskey Brian McCourt

    Keith McDermott Gerry Moore Will Morales

    Michael Munn Nike Okediji Jennifer Ryan Karen Savage

    Okolo Schwinn-Clanton Carrie Sheinberg

    Jason Soules Harold Sparrow

    Linda Sullivan Dane Tullock

    Steve Vaitones Robert Wadsworth

    Jim Wall Bernie Weichsel James Wildash

    Darnell Williams Wayne Wytrzes Dave Zablatsky

    YES Staff Bryan Van Dorpe, Executive Director

    Peter Haffenreffer, Director of Finance & Administration Jamie Martin Burch, Director of Development

    Bernadette Peeples, Director of Programs & Operations

    Louisa Bradberry, Program Coordinator Rachael Cina, GOAL Program Manager

    Rachada Hiranyaket, YES Academy Director Burton Miller, Volunteer Director

    Laura Neubauer, Rental Shop Manager Karen Schwinn-Clanton, Ski & Snowboard Team Manager Tiffany Spearman, Track and Field & Cross Country Coach

    Allie Tripp, Marketing & Communications Manager

  • Deepening Our Impact Welcome Letter from YES Leadership

    Dear Friends, Since our founding in 1968, YES has been filling a unique niche for Boston’s urban youth. As we have grown over the last 45 years, our programs have expanded to meet the needs of our neighborhoods and its youth. Now more than ever, Boston children and teens can benefit from out of school programming that engages them in the outdoors and provides challenging leadership opportunities. Throughout this Annual Impact Report you will see evidence of our successes in 2012, none of which would be possible without your support as a donor, volunteer, family, or program partner.

    YES has made its name as a trusted youth program provider in the community. We have collaborated with over 100 schools, community agencies, and youth groups across the City of Boston. Notable partnerships in 2012 included expanded targeted outreach to low income communities through Boston’s Center for Youth & Families, connections to elite athletes through the T2 Foundation, and new programs in partnership with New England Disabled Sports. The organization also has rapidly rising visibility within Boston philanthropic communities. Over the past year we have received tremendous support and have delivered great value to the numerous foundations, corporations and individuals that support us. We were one of the first adopters of The Boston Foundation's Giving Common in 2012; and, we have been recognized by our auditors for keeping our overhead low, as 76 cents of every dollar contributed goes directly to supports our youth.

    In line with our strategic plan, we reorganized YES’s program continuum in three tiers to better highlight offerings for YES youth as they grow and develop:

    In Tier One, YES youth have the chance to experience something new through our Operation SnowSports or Outdoor Adventure programming. Youth can learn to ski, snowboard, kayak, rock climb, hike, run, fish, sail or mountain bike with YES, often for the very first time.

    In Tier Two, youth participate in five or more YES activities and build confidence in themselves through solidifying new skills. Youth experience deeper personal growth through sustained and/or seasonal participation in YES’s Operation SnowSports and Outdoor Adventure programs, such as the Track & Field program and the YES Ski & Snowboard Team.

    In Tier Three, our highest impact programs create pathways to leadership. Tier Three programs include Junior Volunteers, Career Exploration Program, and Girls Outdoor Adventure Leaders.

    As youth rise through our three-tiered programming, they experience the outdoors, build confidence, and become “life long” leaders.

    We are proud of the positive impact YES has on Boston’s youth and look forward to the year ahead. Thank you for your continued support.

    With appreciation,

    Richard Ward Bryan Van Dorpe President, Board of Directors Executive Director

    Individual, Foundation, & Corporate Donors Thank you to the generous individuals, foundations, and corporations who supported Youth Enrichment Services important mission and work with inner-city youth. The listing below reflects charitable gifts of $250 and above received between July 1, 2011 and June 30, 2012. Thank you for your generosity.

    Corporate & Foundation Donors Adage Capital Management AGM Summer Fund Amelia Peabody Foundation Bain Capital Children's Charity Bank of America Matching Gifts Bank of America Philanthropic Management Blackrock Financial Management Boston Bruins Foundation Boston Financial Management Boston Medical Center - Healthnet Plan Boston Red Sox Foundation Boston University Cambridge Community Foundation Citizens Bank City of Boston - Dept of Neighborhood Development Commonwealth Shakespeare Company Cowen Group Dana Farber Cancer Institute Danversport Yacht Club Eaton Vance FBR Capital Markets & Co Frank Reed & Margaret Jane Peters Memorial Fund Goldman, Sachs, & Co Hall & Sullivan Attorneys Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Hazard Family Foundation Howland Capital Management J. Kenneth Sowles, PC Jessie B. Cox Foundation JP Morgan Private Bank Killington Mountain School KNF & T Staffing Lazard Capital Markets Leerink Swann Margulies Perruzzi Architects Mark Wahlberg Youth Foundation Massachusetts Port Authority Mt. Washington Bank Nazzaro Community Center New Balance Foundation North Face / Planet Explore Peabody Office Furniture RBC Capital Markets Saucony Run for Good SmartWool Advocacy Fund Sovereign Bank State Street Foundation Stonegate Capital Partners, LLC Stop & Shop Sullivan & Cogliano T R Engel Group T2 Foundation Target Logistics The Chase Family Foundation Trip Advisor Turtle Ridge Foundation

    USSA Waterville Valley Black & Blue Trail Smashers William Gallagher Associates Wishlist Foundation Yawkey Foundation Zevin Asset Management Individual Donors Mary-Jo Adams & John Sasso Jonas Adler Nicholas Angelo Anonymous Jon Auerbach & Selina Pandolfi Edward Beagan Carolyn Beckedorff & Tony DiGangi James Benedict Laurie Bertner C. Hunter Boll Karen & Steven Bristing Chris Burns Candace Burns Johnson Robert B. Campbell Joann Cavallaro Gerald & Kate Chertavian Michah Chu Rachel Cohen George Cohen Fred Coriell Mark Culling Tom Curtin Amanda Dean Louis J. DeGeorge Tim & Maureen Dibble Peter Dobyns Bob Donelan Scott Epstein & Karen Bressler Marcus Evans Seamus Fernandez David Ferrari Jessica Ferri Schmitz Derek Fowler Paul Fremont-Smith Mark & Paula Gallagher Robert & Linda Gaudreau Mr. Timothy and Dr. Cara Gavin Mr. David Giammatteo Ms. Daphne Griffin Phill & Liz Gross Jean Haffenreffer Peter and Robin Haffenreffer Michael and Susan Hanus Kevin Hicks William & Kathryn Hurley Tim Johnson Mr. and Mrs. James Keeney Kevin & Mary Ellen Kelley Justin & Lorraine Kermond Steven Kidder & Judith Malone

    Hisako Koga Mr. Yuji Koga Wendy Lane Brian and Julie Lankiewicz Glenn Lawler Jeff Leerink Melissa Leffler & Robert Rainins Jeffrey & Nancy Lonstein Mr. George Macomber Ron & Laura Majka Alison Majka Robert Mann John Manning & Lydia Graves Jamie Martin Burch Elizabeth McCann Kyle Meingast Gerald Moore Gary Morris David Morris Dick Morse Philip & Laurie Myrick Mark O'Donnell Feza & Diane Oktay Thomas O'Malley & Beverly Arsem John O'Neill Andrew & Megan Padilla Louise Pascale Matt & Shauna Pieniazek Mark and Lisa Potter Michael Preiner John Puzzangara Sally Quinn Marla Quinones Hill Brit Railston Michael Regan Robert L. Reynolds Ashley Robinson Ken Schroeder Carrie Sheinberg & Paul Hochman Sheldon Simon & Ruth Moorman Geoffrey & Genny Soper Jason & Caroline Soules Betsy Strickland John & Margaret Sullivan Linda Sullivan Dougherty Kimberly Tarbell Bryce & Pixie Tinmouth Karl & Audrey Trieschman Bryan & Susan Van Dorpe Michelle Villari & Carl Hediger Phuc Vinh & Ashley Crittenden Jonathan & Emily Weintraub James Wildash & Sonia Kowal Jess Williams Mary Williams We apologize for any omissions or errors. Please contact the YES Development Office at 617-267-5777 x19 with any questions.

    Bryan Van Dorpe, Executive Director and Richard Ward, President - Board of Directors

  • Operation SnowSports

    YES Academy

    Outdoor Adventure

    YES Program Achievements

    In Kind Services and Equipment Donations (July 1, 2011-June 30, 2012)


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