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Andersons Give $50 Million to Children’s Hospital Los Angeles
New Hospital Building is Named Marion and John E. Anderson Pavilion in Their Honor
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hildren’s Hospital Los Angeles Board of
Trustees Co-chair Marion Anderson and her
husband, John E. Anderson, have made an
unprecedented and transformative $50 million gift
to support the new hospital building at Children’s
Hospital Los Angeles. In recognition of their extraordinary generosity, the doors to this new building opened
in July, just weeks before John’s passing at age 94, as the
Marion and John E. Anderson Pavilion. This gift serves
as the capstone to Living Proof: the Campaign for Children’s
Hospital Los Angeles, which Marion has co-chaired to
raise more than $1 billion in support of the hospital’s
facilities, clinical care and research.
“We are thrilled and thankful for Marion and John’s
gift, the latest in a long line of generous support from
these two leaders of the Los Angeles philanthropic
community,” said Richard D. Cordova, FACHE, president and chief executive officer of Children’s Hospital
Los Angeles. “Marion has been one of the key leaders
of this institution for the past two decades, and the
Andersons’ philanthropic support is just one aspect of
how they’ve helped make us the best children’s hospital
in the western United States.”
The Marion and John E. Anderson Pavilion at
Children’s Hospital Los Angeles is one of the most
technologically advanced health care environments for
children anywhere. A model family-centered care environment, every aspect of the building was designed with
children and families in mind.
“We feel so fortunate to be able to make this gift to
the children of Southern California and beyond,” said
Marion. “Children’s Hospital Los Angeles saves lives and
offers hope to tens of thousands of children and families
each year. This gift is our way of saying thank you to
everyone at the hospital. Their work is amazing and John
and I couldn’t think of a more deserving institution.”
The Anderson Pavilion was dedicated in a heartfelt
ceremony attended by Children’s Hospital supporters,
leadership, volunteers, staff and community leaders
Children’s Hospital Los Angeles President and CEO Richard D. Cordova, FACHE (left), Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa,
Children’s Hospital Board of Trustees and Living Proof Campaign Co-chair Marion Anderson, Trustee and Co-chair of the New Hospital
Building Campaign Mary Hart, patient Max Page, his brother Ellison, and mom, Jennifer, and Board of Trustees and Living Proof Campaign
Co-chair John D. “Jack” Pettker, cutting the ribbon to dedicate the Marion and John E. Anderson Pavilion on June 23, 2011.
on June 23. Among the many community leaders and
children’s hospital representatives who spoke, Marion
shared her elation at seeing the building open.
“This new building is special not only because of
its architectural beauty or because it houses the most
advanced medical technology, but because of the children and families who will seek hope within the gentle
arms of its sturdy walls,” said Marion.
In addition to their steadfast care and stewardship of
Children’s Hospital, the Andersons have been community supporters for many years. John was chairman of
Topa Equities, Ltd., which owns more than 42 businesses
involved in agriculture, insurance, real estate, wholesale beverage distribution and automotive dealerships.
Marion is vice chairman of Topa Equities, Ltd., and is
an active member of the University of California, Los
Angeles Anderson School of Management Board of
Visitors. John and Marion were life-long supporters of
the YMCA of Metropolitan Los Angeles.
Marion has served on the Children’s Hospital Los
Angeles Board of Trustees for 22 years. She also serves
Children’s Hospital as a member of the steering committee of the New Hospital Building Campaign, the
Development Advisory Campaign Cabinet and The
Saban Research Institute Committee. Regarding their
continued dedication to the hospital, Marion says the
pleasure has been all hers.
“This has been a labor of love, and I’ve had such great
partners on this journey.”
“Marion and John were committed to Children’s
Hospital Los Angeles and this campaign from day
one,” said John D. “Jack” Pettker, Marion’s co-chair
on the hospital’s Board of Trustees and the Living Proof
Campaign. “After 22 years of service, their dedication
and leadership is still evident with this most extraordinary gift. It’s been such a pleasure to partner with her
and to witness the passion that she and John shared for
this great hospital.”
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Dollars raised and designated for the Marion and John E. Anderson Pavilion as of August 31, 2011
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Living Proof: The Campaign for Children’s Hospital
n 2003, it was only a dream: build a state-of-the-art new hospital building,
support a thriving world-class pediatric research facility and nurture and
grow the outstanding clinical programs and medical specialties that are at
the core of the mission of Children’s Hospital Los Angeles.
To make this dream come true, hospital leaders launched what would become
a historic endeavor—Living Proof: The Campaign for Children’s Hospital Los Angeles.
The campaign’s initial goal was $350 million, but by 2006, more than $500
million had been raised. Fueled by the campaign’s success and a need to raise
more funds to build a world-class hospital facility, the Board of Trustees then
raised the target to $750 million.
The community continued to rise to the challenge. To date, Living Proof has
raised more than $1 billion—the most successful campaign in the hospital’s
history and the only single campaign for a freestanding, independent children’s
hospital to raise $1 billion.
“To each and every person who joined us in this amazing endeavor, I
say thank you,” says Richard D. Cordova, FACHE, president and CEO of
Children’s Hospital Los Angeles. “Every day, the people at this hospital strive
to create hope and build a healthier future for each child and family who comes
through our doors. Because of you, that hope—and that future—are possible.”
One of the campaign’s most influential leaders has been Marion Anderson, cochair of the Board of Trustees and the Living Proof Campaign. In May, Marion
and her husband, John E. Anderson, announced a $50 million transformative
gift to name the new hospital building the Marion and John E. Anderson
Pavilion. The Anderson Pavilion opened its doors on July 17.
Along with so many other campaign supporters, the Andersons were inspired
by the children and families of Children’s Hospital.
“As a parent and grandparent, I know that when a child is sick or injured, it’s
traumatic,” Marion says. “I also know that the world-class, family-centered care
environment of Children’s Hospital Los Angeles wraps each child and family in
a security blanket of love, hope and healing.”
The completion of the Anderson Pavilion is only the latest campaign
achievement. Just as important as the new building have been contributions
that supported pediatric research and highly specialized clinical programs,
including the Children’s Center for Cancer and Blood Diseases; the Heart
Institute; the Center for Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism; the
Children’s Orthopaedic Center; the CHLA-USC Institute for the Developing
Mind; The Vision Center; medical and nursing education and much more.
In addition, $278.6 million in contributions were unrestricted gifts to support
the hospital’s mission to create hope and build healthier futures.
To date, more than 744,000 individual gifts have been received—an
unprecedented number that represents nearly 20 percent of the population of
the city of Los Angeles.
“This has been a community-wide effort,” says John D. “Jack” Pettker,
co-chair of the Board of Trustees and Living Proof. “The people of Los Angeles
said, �Children’s Hospital is an important and valuable community asset, and
we want to be a part of it.’ This hospital belongs to them.”
Right: Board of Trustees and Living Proof Campaign Co-chairs Marion Anderson and John D. “Jack”
Pettker at the structural steel “topping off” of the Marion and John E. Anderson Pavilion in 2008.
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a shared inspiration
Los Angeles Surpasses $1 Billion
starting strong
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From the beginning, Living Proof has been the beneficiary of tremendous
leadership and support. Back in 2003, Cheryl Saban, PhD, and Haim Saban
stepped forward with a $40 million transformative gift to establish The Saban
Research Institute of Children’s Hospital Los Angeles and name The Saban
Research Building. Today, The Saban Research Institute is among the largest
and most productive pediatric research facilities in the United States, with 100
investigators at work on 186 laboratory studies, clinical trials and communitybased research and health services.
At the time, the gift made the Sabans the largest individual donors in the
hospital’s history.
“The children you see in the hallways of Children’s Hospital are our future,”
says Cheryl, who is an honorary trustee. “Over the years, we’ve made it loud
and clear that Children’s Hospital Los Angeles is one of the most important
places to direct philanthropic dollars.”
Contributions to Living Proof also have made it possible for the hospital to
grow key clinical programs and attract and retain world-class physicians and
scientists, explains Walter B. Rose, who co-chaired the Board of Trustees and
Living Proof with Marion before retiring in 2006.
The community recognized the far-reaching impact of the hospital’s mission, he adds.
“If you save a child’s life, there’s a whole lifetime of payoff as that child
becomes a productive member of society,” says Rose, now an honorary trustee.
“That is true impact philanthropy. There’s no better way to give.”
moving forward
With the opening of the Marion and John E. Anderson Pavilion, hospital
leaders are more committed than ever to moving the hospital forward.
Key priorities include growing and expanding the hospital’s research mission, continuing to attract and retain the very brightest physicians, scientists,
nurses and caregivers and being a national leader in pediatric health care reform.
“We are still living in difficult financial times,” Pettker notes. “The challenges
continue, and as always, we can’t do it alone.”
Adds Marion, “This entire campaign has been �Living Proof’ that together,
we really can make dreams come true.”
Top: Children’s Hospital President and CEO Richard D. Cordova (left), with New Hospital
Building Campaign Co-chairs, Trustee Mary Hart and Chris Albrecht.
Right: Former Board of Trustees Co-chair and original Living Proof Campaign Co-chair
Walter B. Rose and Board of Trustees and Living Proof Campaign Co-chair Marion Anderson
announce the campaign’s 2006 fundraising success.
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Dream for Kids: the Grand Opening Gala
Dream for Kids: the Grand Opening Gala 1. Presenters and honorees of the “Building
the Dream” and “Living Proof Visionary”
Proudly Supported by AEG
gala sponsors
Presented by Starz, LLC
Premier Sponsor: William H. Hurt
Benefactor Sponsors:
• Mary Hart and Burt Sugarman
• Marion and John E. Anderson
• Cerner Corporation
• Phyllis and Jim Easton
• Hasbro Studios
• Pamela and Jefery Levy in honor of
the Division of Pediatric Urology at
Children’s Hospital Los Angeles
• Beth and Bob Lowe
• Mike Meldman and the Discovery
Land Company
• Dayle and Ken Roath
• Rudolph and Sletten, Inc.
• Cheryl and Haim Saban
• The Saban Family Foundation
• The Simms/Mann Family Foundation
• Alexandra and John Simpson
• Stanley E. Hanson Foundation
• The Walt Disney Company
• Wells Fargo
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2. GR AMMYВ®-winning vocalist Patty
Austin performed the gala’s grand finale
with the Dream for Kids Ensemble.
3. Honorary Children’s Hospital Trustee
Cheryl Saban, PhD, and her husband,
Haim, who were honored with the “Bench
to Bedside” Award, recognizing their
incredible commitment to research at
Children’s Hospital Los Angeles. The
Sabans made an inspirational gift to
establish The Saban Research Institute at
Children’s Hospital; it is among the largest
gifts in the hospital’s history.
4. Children’s Hospital House Supervisor
Denise Henry, RN, MSN, (left), Chief
Medical Information Officer Sajjad Yacoob,
MD, and his wife, Ursala Yacoob.
5. Benefactor sponsor John Simpson (left)
with Children’s Hospital Trustee Megan
Hernandez and Enrique Hernandez.
6. “Building the Dream” Honoree and
New Hospital Building Campaign
Co-chair Chris Albrecht.
7. Actor and comedian Billy Crystal
with Children’s Hospital Los Angeles
patient Alex Ito.
Children’s Hospital patients Eileen
Garrido (left) and Johnnie Hoffman walk
the red carpet.
10. Bill Mingst (left) and Children’s
Hospital Trustee Caryll “Tally” Sprague
Mingst, Norm and Marianne Sprague and
Cindy and Joe Connolly.
11. Former Children’s Hospital Los
Angeles President and CEO Bill Noce
(left) and his wife, Susan, with Sally
Hurt and Children’s Hospital Trustee
William H. Hurt, Premier Sponsors
of Dream for Kids.
12. Ken Roath and his wife, Children’s
Hospital Trustee Dayle Roath, Benefactor
Sponsors of Dream for Kids.
13. Children’s Hospital Board of Trustees
and Living Proof Campaign Co-chairs
John D. “Jack” Pettker (left) and Marion
Anderson, with former Board of Trustees
and Living Proof Campaign Co-chair
Walt Rose.
14. Children’s Hospital Trustee Ashwin
Adarkar (left) and his wife, Sushma, with
Trevessa Terrile and Children’s Hospital
Trustee James Terrile.
Awards: Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa
(left), Mary Hart, John D. “Jack” Pettker,
Marion Anderson, Walter B. Rose, Chris
Albrecht and Billy Crystal.
8. Izabela Garcia (left), Kurt Rappaport,
Jamie McCourt, Los Angeles Mayor
Antonio Villaraigosa, Children’s Hospital
Trustee, New Hospital Building Campaign
Co-chair and “Building the Dream”
Honoree Mary Hart, Lynn Weidner,
Eleanor Randall and Lu Parker.
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early 1,500 supporters gathered
on May 7, 2011 in support of
Children’s Hospital Los Angeles
and helped raise $7 million, the most ever
raised at a single event in the hospital’s
history. Children’s Hospital Los Angeles
Board of Trustees Co-chair Marion
Anderson received the “Living Proof
Visionary” Award; New Hospital Building
Campaign Co-chairs Chris Albrecht and
Trustee Mary Hart received the “Building
the Dream” Award and longtime Children’s
Hospital supporters Cheryl and Haim
Saban were honored with the “Bench to
Bedside” Award.
The gala was held at L.A. LIVE in
downtown Los Angeles. In addition to the
evening’s planned festivities, Children’s
Hospital Board of Trustees and Living Proof
Campaign Co-chair John D. “Jack” Pettker
announced a transformative $50 million gift
from Marion and John E. Anderson for the
new hospital building, naming it the Marion
and John E. Anderson Pavilion.
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Turn on the Lights! Walk for Kids
1. A variety of different activities were offered for children and families at the Walk for Kids street party.
2. Participants make their way along the walk route.
3. Juvanie Maximo (left), Shawn Kalantar and Shelby
Russell of AEG; 102.7 KIIS FM disc jockey “Boy
Toy” Jesse Lozano and Children’s Hospital Senior
Associate Director of Development Maureen Girouard.
4. Thomas Harris Jr., MHA, Children’s Hospital’s
administrative director for Pediatrics, and his daughter, Bella, at the street party.
5. Terry Carr-Hall, Blaine Fetter, Children’s
Hospital Trustee Lynda Boone-Fetter and D. Brent
Polk, MD, chair of the Department of Pediatrics, vice
president of Academic Affairs and director of The
Saban Research Institute at Children’s Hospital, enjoy
the street party.
6. Janice and Richard D. Cordova, FACHE,
president and CEO of Children’s Hospital, on
the walk route.
7. Children’s Hospital Trustee Mary Adams
O’Connell (left), Russ Keely, Children’s Hospital
Radiologist Philip Stanley, MD, Associate Vice
President of Major and Planned Gifts David Watts,
Carlotta Keely and Kevin O’Connell.
8. Pasadena Guild team members prepare to
Walk for Kids.
9. Melanie Griffith (left), Heidi Klum and Jamie Lee
Curtis pose for photographers and “use the force” with
mini-Darth, Max Page, a Children’s Hospital Los
Angeles patient and viral video star.
10. A bird’s-eye view of the lighting ceremony for the
Marion and John E. Anderson Pavilion.
11. Young participants enjoy the evening’s performances.
12. Singer-songwriter Crystal Bowersox wows the
crowd at the Street Party.
ore than 3,000 walkers joined
forces on April 30, 2011, including hospital staff, leadership,
supporters and celebrities at Turn on the
Lights! Walk for Kids, the kick-off event celebrating the opening of the Marion and
John E. Anderson Pavilion at Children’s
Hospital Los Angeles. The event raised
more than $1 million for the hospital.
Beginning with a health fair and entertainment in Griffith Park, walkers wound
their way through Los Feliz to the Children’s
Hospital campus. The walk culminated in a
fun-filled street party with food showcasing
the diverse Los Angeles culinary landscape,
countless activities for children and adults,
dancing, a stellar musical performance
by singer-songwriter Crystal Bowersox
and a dazzling lighting ceremony featuring the new 317-bed, 460,000-square-foot
Anderson Pavilion.
“Everyone had so much fun today,”
said Heidi Klum, who served as honorary
Celebrity Ambassador for the event. “I’m
thrilled to be part of the Walk for Kids and
am proud to support Children’s Hospital
Los Angeles. The money we raised today
will certainly make a tremendous difference in the lives of the children cared for
by the hospital.”
Proudly supported by AEG, Walk for Kids
was sponsored by Disney, Starz, LLC and
Wells Fargo.
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$5 Million Donors a Cornerstone of the Living Proof Campaign
passion to change children’s
lives for the better unites a
diverse group of individuals,
foundations and corporate citizens—
each of whom has given $5 million or
more to Living Proof: the Campaign for
Children’s Hospital Los Angeles.
“These significant gifts have helped
propel our campaign forward to
enhance our world-class pediatric hospital,” says Claudia Looney, senior vice
president of Development. “We thank
each of these visionary friends and philanthropists for sharing our dreams.”
Launched in 1984, The Bogart
Pediatric Cancer Research Program
focuses its support on the “bench to
bedside” process—the translation of
scientific discoveries made in the laboratory to useful therapies for patients.
Its seed money has enabled Children’s
Hospital investigators to attract substantial federal funding. The Bogart
Pediatric Cancer Research Program
has committed more than $10 million
to support pediatric cancer research at
Children’ Hospital Los Angeles during
the Living Proof Campaign.
“By advancing the early-stage investigations of innovative scientists, we
are able to jump-start promising new
treatments and cures for children who
desperately need them,” says Joyce
Bogart Trabulus, program co-founder
and a member of the hospital’s Board
of Trustees. “We’re proud to partner
with Children’s Hospital in this important mission.”
The Walt Disney Company was
among the early supporters of the
Living Proof Campaign. Its 2007 gift
of $5 million was the largest-ever
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William H. Ahmanson, president of The Ahmanson Foundation, speaks at an event in 2009
about the importance of supporting Children’s Hospital Los Angeles.
donation from a corporate foundation
at the time.
“At Disney, children and families
are at the core of everything we do,
so we are particularly proud to work
with Children’s Hospital to help bring
increased access to world-class pediatric health care and help build a
brighter tomorrow for the children of
Los Angeles,” said Jim Hunt, executive vice president and chief financial officer of Walt Disney Parks and
Resorts Worldwide, and a Children’s
Hospital trustee.
The Ahmanson Foundation, which
has given to Children’s Hospital for
more than four decades, contributed
more than $8 million to the Living Proof
Campaign. “We share a commitment
with Children’s Hospital to invest in a
stronger community,” says William H.
Ahmanson, president of The Ahmanson
Foundation. “This is a place to create
positive change for generations to come.”
Within the Associates and Affiliates,
many dedicated individuals join forces
to raise funds and awareness for
Children’s Hospital. “Our members
have always been farsighted,” says
Bonnie McClure, chairman of the
Associates and Affiliates and a hospital
trustee. “We firmly believe this hospital represents the future of pediatric
medicine, and are deeply committed
to supporting the research happening
at Children’s Hospital that will shape
that future.”
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$5m and above donors to
the Living Proof Campaign
The Ahmanson Foundation
Marion and John E. Anderson
Anonymous (7)
The Associates
Alan and ruth Berliner
Bogart Pediatric Cancer research Program
California Community Foundation
The California Wellness Foundation
John W. Carson Foundation
Helen and Bill Close
Costco Wholesale
Mr. and Mrs. Michael d. dalany
Ernest o. Ellison
Jane and ron gother
Helinet Aviation services
Jack C. and doris C. Helms
sally and Bill Hurt
Mr. and Mrs. russell davis Keely
Mr. and Mrs. Franklyn griffith Kostlan
Las Madrinas
The Thomas and dorothy Leavey Foundation
dr. Charles B. and Joyce o’gar Lilly
The sharon d. Lund Foundation
The Maurice Marciano Family Foundation
The T.J. Martell Foundation
Mr. and Mrs. Harold McAlister
Juliette and george C. Page
Ms. Jane Vruwink Palmer
The ralph M. Parsons Foundation
Pasadena guild
Ms. Joanne Patton
Peninsula Committee
Mr. and Mrs. Alan Purwin
The saban Family Foundation
dr. Cheryl saban and Mr. Haim saban
Mrs. susan st. John
Mrs. June sapiro
United Way of greater Los Angeles
WalMart stores and sam’s Clubs
The Walt disney Company
Anita s. Watson
Weingart Foundation
WHH Foundation
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AEG Teams with Children’s Hospital in Philanthropic Partnership
he same company that is helping shape the
future of downtown Los Angeles now is partnering with Children’s Hospital Los Angeles
to build healthier futures for children and families.
AEG, one of the world’s leading sports and entertainment presenters, announced its new philanthropic partnership with Children’s Hospital earlier
this year. When complete in 2013, the commitment
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Daryl Evans (left), executive at the Toyota Sports Center
and LA Kings Commentator, Michael Roth, vice president,
Communications at AEG and Jennifer Lynch, director of the
Staples Center Foundation, at Dream for Kids: the Grand
Opening Gala in May 2011.
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will establish AEG as one of the hospital’s top corporate contributors to the Living Proof Campaign.
The company also will be recognized as a
“Champion for Children,” which honors donors who
have given $5 million or more in support of the newly
opened Marion and John E. Anderson Pavilion.
“Since our global headquarters are located here in
Los Angeles, we feel it is especially important that
we are a part of the fabric of the local community,”
explains Tim Leiweke, president and CEO of AEG.
“We have always believed that our priorities should
include supporting our local communities.”
This spring, AEG took the lead as the hospital’s
corporate partner for the Turn on the Lights! initiative, which celebrated the opening of the Anderson
Pavilion with two events: Dream for Kids: the Grand
Opening Gala, held at L.A. LIVE, and Turn on the
Lights! Walk for Kids.
“The Anderson Pavilion is a critical resource for
the greater Los Angeles region,” Leiweke notes. “For
a child in need of medical treatment, nothing is more
critical to the quality of their life than having adequate access to a state-of-the-art hospital and exceptional medical treatment.”
AEG next will be taking on a key leadership role
in the Noche de NiГ±os fundraising gala, set for fall
of 2012. In addition, the company is reaching out to
its corporate partners, launching a payroll deduction
program to allow employees to support the hospital
and exploring the possibility of a fundraising concert.
AEG develops and operates STAPLES Center,
L.A. LIVE and the Home Depot Center in Carson;
owns outright or owns a portion of the Los Angeles
Kings, the Los Angeles Galaxy and the LA Lakers
sports franchises and is developing Farmers Field, a
downtown stadium, entertainment and convention
center. Worldwide, it owns or is affiliated with more
than 100 sports and entertainment facilities.
The company’s charitable mission aims to improve
the quality of life for children and families and is
closely tied to its overall mission of “giving the world
a reason to cheer.” Over the past decade, AEG has
contributed more than $70 million to charitable,
community and civic programs.
“We are pleased to be working with AEG as our
philanthropic partner,” says Richard D. Cordova,
FACHE, president and CEO of Children’s Hospital.
“AEG’s leadership will go a long way toward creating
hope and building healthier futures for Los Angeles’
children and families. I can’t think of a better reason
to cheer.”
John Simpson and Children’s Hospital
Trustee Alex Meneses-Simpson.
Chair of the Department of Pediatrics, Vice President of Academic Affairs and Director of The Saban Research
Institute D. Brent Polk, MD, (left), Tina and Rick Caruso and David Warburton, DSc, MD.
Millie Steinbrecher of Pasadena Guild (left) and Victoria
Howe of Pasadena Guild and Children’s Chain.
Living Proof Honor Roll of Donors
We are deeply grateful to our donors, who enable us to fulfill our mission to create hope and build healthier futures for children in our community and
beyond. Through their immense generosity, Living Proof: The Campaign for Children’s Hospital Los Angeles became not only the most successful fundraising effort in Children’s Hospital history, but also the only single fundraising campaign by a freestanding, independent children’s hospital to raise more
than $1 billion. In the following honor roll, we acknowledge benefactors who contributed $25,000 or more from January 1, 2000, to June 30, 2011.
$5,000,000 and above
$1,000,000 to $4,999,999
The Ahmanson Foundation
Marion and John E. Anderson
Anonymous (7)
The Associates
Alan and Ruth Berliner
Bogart Pediatric Cancer Research Program
California Community Foundation
The California Wellness Foundation
John W. Carson Foundation
Helen and Bill Close
Costco Wholesale
Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. Dalany
Ernest O. Ellison
Jane and Ron Gother
Helinet Aviation Services
Jack C. and Doris C. Helms
Sally and Bill Hurt
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Davis Keely
Mr. and Mrs. Franklyn Griffith Kostlan
Las Madrinas
The Thomas and Dorothy Leavey Foundation
Dr. Charles B. and Joyce O’Gar Lilly
The Sharon D. Lund Foundation
The Maurice Marciano Family Foundation
The T.J. Martell Foundation
Mr. and Mrs. Harold McAlister
Juliette and George C. Page
Ms. Jane Vruwink Palmer
The Ralph M. Parsons Foundation
Pasadena Guild
Ms. Joanne Patton
Peninsula Committee
Mr. and Mrs. Alan Purwin
The Saban Family Foundation
Dr. Cheryl Saban and Mr. Haim Saban
Mrs. Susan St. John
Mrs. June Sapiro
United Way of Greater Los Angeles
WalMart Stores and Sam’s Clubs
The Walt Disney Company
Anita S. Watson
Weingart Foundation
WHH Foundation
Mr. Chris Albrecht
Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation
Commander Richard Allen
The Annenberg Foundation
Ms. Wallis Annenberg
Anonymous (11)
Rebecca and Andrew Apfelberg
Anna Bing Arnold
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald M. Auen
Bank of America Charitable Foundation
Mr. Aaron Belokamen in honor of Lilian and
David Belokamen
H.N. and Frances C. Berger Foundation
Stanley and Joyce Black and Family
Ms. Edra Blixseth
Dr. and Mrs. George N. Boone
Debbe and Spike Booth
The Ethel Wilson Bowles and Robert Bowles
Memorial Fund
Audrey Steele Burnand
Fritz B. Burns Foundation
The Capital Group Companies Charitable
The Capital Group Companies
Tina and Rick Caruso
Centennial Guild
The Chase Foundation
Alex and Nadine Chaves
Dr. Peggy Tsiang Cherng and Mr. Andrew J.C.
Children’s Chain
L.J. Christopher
Clear Channel Communications, Inc.
Hugh and Audy Lou Colvin Foundation
Cynthia and Joe Connolly
Corday Foundation
Kenneth and Sherry Corday
The Crawford Family Foundation
Mary and Gary Damsker
Mr. and Mrs. Kirk A. Day
Mr. and Mrs. Dorn K. Dean
Doris Duke Charitable Foundation
The Gabriel C. and Mary Duque Gift Shop
Employees of Children’s Hospital Los Angeles
R. Douglas Fanning
The Farman Family
Blaine and Lynda Fetter
Fidelity Investments Charitable Gift Fund
Ms. Sophia Scano Fitzmaurice
Fox Entertainment Group
Mrs. Dorothy F. Fredericks
Herbert M. and Beverly J. Gelfand
Mrs. Irene K. Gerdts
Brindell Roberts Gottlieb
Joseph B. Gould Foundation
Dr. and Mrs. Alan Gross
Mary Hart and Burt Sugarman
Audrey Hepburn Children’s Fund
Michael Hoefflin Foundation
H. Leslie and Elaine S. Hoffman Foundation
Donald and Marjorie Howley
Hurlbut-Johnson Charitable Trusts
W.M. Keck Foundation
Drs. Faye and Jonathan Kellerman
Mr. Douglas W. Knight
Kohl’s Department Stores
La Providencia Guild
Tom Langan
Thomas E. and Margaret G. Larkin
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Larkin Jr.
Mr. William P. Lashbrook
Mr. Morris Leviloff
Pamela and Jefery Levy in honor of the
Division of Pediatric Urology
The Lincy Foundation
Beth and Bob Lowe
Maybell Machris
The Maribel Foundation
Marriott International, Inc.
The Harold McAlister Charitable Foundation
L.M. McOmie
Michael Epstein Sports Productions, Inc.
Tally and Bill Mingst
The Larry and Celia Moh Foundation
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Moh
In Honor of Mildred Esterbrook Mudd
Nissan Motor Acceptance Corporation
Mr. Charles W. Noah
The Kenneth T. and Eileen L.
Norris Foundation
Mrs. Kenneth T. Norris
Mr. JosГ© L. Oliva Jr.
Ms. Mary Joan Palevsky
Children’s Hospital Trustee Kathy Luppen Rose (left), former Trustee Corinna Smith, Maggie Simms
and Board of Trustees and Living Proof Campaign Co-chair Marion Anderson.
Panda Restaurant Group
Pediatric Cancer Research Foundation
The Jean Perkins Foundation
The Physician Faculty of Children’s Hospital
Los Angeles
Jane and Kris Popovich
William R. Pratt
Mrs. Lucille Raskoff Banks
RE/MAX International, Inc.
Mr. Bennie C. Reagan
The Philip and Audrey Gillin Reed
Charitable Trust
Retinoblastoma International
Robin and Susan Richards
Rite Aid Corporation
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth B. Roath
Shirlee A. Roberts in honor of Lewis and
Gladys Roberts
The Rose Hills Foundation
Mr. and Mrs. Walter B. Rose
Philip and Monica Rosenthal
Hazel Gibbons Ross
Mr. Jim Roth
Mr. and Mrs. James Frederic Rothenberg
In Honor of David Koret Rubin by his
loving daughter
Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Rubin
Paula and Allan Rudnick
In Honor of Claiborn A. Saint
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore R. Samuels
Ms. Katherine B. Schoby
Mr. Charles Schulze
The Seaver Institute
Silicon Valley Community Foundation
The Simms Family Foundation
The Simms/Mann Family Foundation
Victoria and Ronald Simms
Mrs. Lance Smigel
Mr. and Mrs. Scott Smigel
Mrs. Suzan K. Smigel
Mrs. Delphine Wagner Smith
The H. Russell Smith Foundation
Mr. and Mrs. H. Russell Smith
Ms. Robin A. Ferracone and
Mr. Stewart R. Smith
South Bay Auxiliary
Caryll M. & Norman F. Sprague Foundation
Dr. and Mrs. Norman F. Sprague III
Starz Media, LLC
John Stauffer Charitable Trust
Stop Cancer
Flora L. Thornton Foundation
Mrs. Flora L. Thornton
Ms. Loretta E. Timbrook
UniHealth Foundation
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wachtell
Wasserman Foundation
Dorothy Currie Waugh
The Webb Foundation
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Webb Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. William P Weidner
Wells Fargo
Westside Guild
Ms. Helen K. Wetzel
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Williams
Mrs. Janet G. Williamson
Madeline Frances Wills
Mrs. Mignon W. Winans
Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Winston
Drs. Jane and Morton Woolley
Jeff and Kristin Worthe
$100,000 - $999,999
Abbott Laboratories
Ms. Charlotte E. Abrams
ACE Hardware
The David V. and Linda Adams Family
The Mary and Peter Adams Family
Ms. Tracey Alexander and Mr. Boris Pillin
Mr. and Mrs. James Pendleton Allen
Melissa and Doug Allensworth
Mrs. Priscilla Morse Allyn
American Diabetes Association
Amerman Family Foundation
Amgen Foundation
Amgen Foundation Matching Gift Program
Amgen, Inc.
Mrs. Betty Boehme Anderson
Ms. Brooke Anderson
Angelo, Gordon & Company
Mr. and Mrs. John M. Angelo
Anheuser-Busch Companies, Inc.
Anonymous (36)
Chair of the Department of Pediatrics, Vice President of Academic Affairs and Director of The Saban Research
Institute D. Brent Polk, MD, (left), Honorary Trustee Cheryl Saban, PhD, Haim Saban, Montana Coady and
Chris Albrecht, co-chair of the New Hospital Building Campaign.
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Children’s Hospital Trustees Mary Adams O’Connell (left), Elizabeth Lowe and
Kathy Luppen Rose with Los Angeles Deputy Mayor Aileen Adams.
Antelope Valley Guild
AOL Time Warner
Archdiocese of Los Angeles
Tim and Sandy Armour
Ms. Ethel M. Arndt
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Jefferson Arnett
Arthritis Foundation
Mrs. Genevieve Atol
Debbie and Mark Attanasio
Automobile Club of Southern California
Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Bachmann
Zareh and Seda Baghdasarian
Mr. and Mrs. Craig C. Baise
Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. Bakaly Jr.
June and Merle Banta
Ms. Virginia Jane Baptiste
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Barrat
Avery and Andy Barth
George W. Bastian
Ambassador Frank and Kathy Baxter
Ms. Elizabeth Beck
Ms. Marion E. Beck
Mike and Jeanne Beckman
Phyllis and Sanford Beim
Sanford and Phyllis Beim Family Foundation
Milo W. Bekins Foundation
Bel Air Guild
Frank and Joanne Belben
Jane and Phil Bellomy
Beatrice, Paul, Jeffrey, Stephen and
Tyler Bennett
Ms. Judy Bennis
Ms. Mary E. Bentz
Lilly M. Berg
Bergen Foundation
Mrs. William Bergin
Ms. Marjorie Lillian Berning
Alan N. Berro
Burtie Green Bettingen
Mrs. Mary Bianco
blaZrs Chinese New Year Dinner Society
The William Bloomfield Family Foundation
Mrs. William Bloomfield
Mrs. Kathryn Bloss
Bluefield Associates, Inc.
BNY Mellon
Mr. Oliver Bock
Mr. Danny Bonaduce
The Otis Booth Foundation
The Louis L. Borick Foundation
Mr. Louis L. Borick
Mr. Steven Borick
Gail and Joe Boskovich
Ms. Christine Bozigian
Mrs. Beatrice Banning Braun
Lynn and Douglas Brengel
Ms. Ann Delores Brennan
Ms. Amy Brenneman and Mr. Brad Silberling
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Brigham
Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Bronchick
Carol Young Brooke Foundation
Ms. Dorothy A. Brown
Mr. and Mrs. Barry Brucker
Virdette L. Brumm, PhD, and Robertson
Parkman, MD
Vladimir and Araxia Buckhantz Foundation
Ina L. Buell
Mr. and Mrs. James Burrows
Cable Family Foundation
The California Endowment
California HealthCare Foundation
California Institute of Regenerative Medicine
California Telemedicine & eHealth Center
Mrs. Markley C. Cameron
The Campbell Foundation
Doris V. Cannon
Mrs. William Morgan Carpenter
Neil and Karen Carrey in honor of
Christopher Carrey
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Joseph Casey
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph H. Catalano
Cerner Corporation
Mrs. Alice Chan
Ted Chanock and Family in loving tribute to
Beth Miriam Chanock
Mr. Clifton Chason
Catherine C. Cheney
Children’s Cancer Research Fund
Children’s Hospital Card and Stationery Office
Children’s Hospital Los Angeles Thrift Shop
Children’s Hospital Los Angeles Medical Group
Children’s Neuroblastoma Cancer Foundation
Children’s Tumor Foundation
Mrs. Nancy Clancy
Mary Elizabeth Clarke Trust
Larry and Carol Clemmensen
Jan, Katie, Michael and Brian Clifford
The Coca-Cola Company
Coca-Cola Enterprises Bottling Companies
Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Bruce Coffey
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Louis Cohen
Sam and Cynthia Coleman
Mr. Albert Collins
Ms. Kimberly Anne Conant and Mr. Craig
Caroll Blum
Concern Foundation
Confidence Foundation
Ms. Shelley L. Conger
Michael J. Connell Foundation
Ms. La Verne Conrad
Mr. and Mrs. John E. Cookman Jr.
CO-OP Financial Services
Janice and Richard Cordova
Elizabeth Corlin
Countrywide Financial Corporation, Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Cox
Credit Unions for Kids
Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation of America
Mrs. Donald W. Crowell
Crown Imports
The Crown Family
Lucy and Don Crumrine
Mrs. Viola A. Cummings
The Dan and Martha CuГ±ado Family
Daryn Horton (left), Lynn Brengel and Children’s Hospital
Trustee June Banta at the First Families event celebrating the
opening of the Marion and John E. Anderson Pavilion.
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James Femino, MD, (left), his wife, Sue, and Laney and Tom Techentin.
Mary J. Currie
Mr. Robert Curtis
Cusumano Family
Mr. and Mrs. Gary Cypres
Dr. and Mrs. Leonard I. Dauer
Dean Foods Company
Mrs. Marian Deatrick
Ms. Ruth DeBardas
Ms. Nellie De La Vega
Mr. and Mrs. John R. Delfino
Della Robbia Guild
Delta Delta Delta Sleighbell Committee
The Corwin D. Denney Foundation
The de Toledo Family
Ms. Florence R. Devine
Diageo North America, Inc.
Ms. Marcia Diamond
Ms. Betty P. Dietrich
Ms. Clara Dinsmore
Discovery Land Company Foundation
Sir Daniel J. Donohue
Henry and Iris Dorsett Trust
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Edmund Dotts
Dougherty Family Foundation
The William Driscoll Family
Joseph Drown Foundation
Evan T.J. Dunbar Neuroblastoma Foundation
Mr. Edward L. Dunn
Mr. Thomas E. Duque
Mr. and Mrs. Wally Durham
Margaret E. Early Medical Research Trust
Jim and Phyllis Easton
Margaret D. and Jerrold L. Eberhardt
Ms. Patricia A. Eckley
The Harold Edelstein Foundation
Edison International
The Eisner Foundation
Ms. Joyce Mary Ekin
El Segundo Auxiliary
Ms. Margaret E. Eldridge
Eleven Twenty Seven Foundation
Mr. Frank Elings
Mr. and Mrs. Edward R. Elko
Gail and Jim Ellis
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Ellison
Mr. Clarence Elstner
The Enany Family
Entertainment Industry Foundation
Entravision Communications Corporation
Andrea and Frank Epinger
Mr. Jack Epstein
Ernest Packaging Solutions
Caroline Etchemendy
Max Factor Family Foundation
Lynda and Al Fadel
Ms. Debra E. Fahringer
Fairchild Martindale Foundation
Mr. and Mrs. Terrence E. Fancher
Farmers Insurance Group
Children’s Hospital Trustee Cathy Siegel Weiss
and her husband, Ken Weiss at the dedication of
the Marion and John E. Anderson Pavilion.
Children’s Hospital Vice President and Surgeon-inChief Henri R. Ford, MD, with Victor Lowe.
Ms. Giselle Fernandez-Farrand and
Mr. John Farrand
Mr. Louis Federici
Dr. and Mrs. James Joseph Femino
Mr. Francis D. Fetty
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Fish
Lucy Fisher and Douglas Wick
Mr. and Mrs. James Francis Flaherty III
Theodore T. Flesch Foundation
Leslie and Michael Flesch
Flintridge Guild
Barbara Fodor
Ms. Maria Forno
Mr. Ted Forsyth
Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Fourticq Sr.
Laura Fox and Ben Van de Bunt
Robert and Sheril Freedman Family
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Freedman
Joel and Deanne Fried
Friends of Children’s Hospital Los Angeles
Mr. George C. Friese
Mrs. Loretta Frye
FundaciГіn La Curacao Para Los NiГ±os
Gabrielle’s Angel Foundation
Mr. and Mrs. James Marshall Galbraith
E. & J. Gallo Winery
Martha and Steven Garske
Geomar Foundation
GGE Foundation
Maureen Girouard and Family
Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation
Mr. Cameron D. Glidewell
George and Marcia Good Family Foundation
Good Hope Medical Foundation
Polly and Bill Goodan Family
Grace DeDieu
The Green Foundation
The Green House
Mary Lou and Terence Green
Mr. Earl Greenburg and Mr. David Peet
Mrs. Clotil F. Greene
Mr. Douglas W. Grey
Mr. Gregory Allison Griffey
Mr. Jerrold Marstan Gross
The Grousbeck Family Foundation
Gardner Grout Foundation
Henry L. Guenther Foundation
Heather and Paul Haaga
Otto Haas Charitable Trust
Mrs. David Haas
Mr. and Mrs. Alan Hale
Mrs. Caroline Halili and Mr. Andrew Bikichky
Mrs. Kelsey Browne Hall
Dr. and Mrs. Robert Hambleton
Mia Hamm Foundation
Ms. Ruth Hammel
Mrs. William Hammer
Dr. and Mrs. George Denman Hammond
Mr. and Mrs. William T. Hammond
William H. Hannon Foundation
The Stanley E. Hanson Foundation
Rose and Dennis Harley
Harrah’s Operating Company, Inc.
Simone and Laurentius Harrer
Ms. Ruth Harris
Mrs. Marion Hart
The Fred L. Hartley Family Foundation
Mr. Myron Arthur Hartwig
Mr. and Mrs. Homer M. Harvey
Dr. Lillian P. Harvey
Hasbro, Inc.
Ms. Wilda G. Hay
Steven and Christine Hazy
Healing Arts Reaching Kids (HARK)
The William Randolph Hearst Foundation
HEDCO Foundation
Heineken USA
Deborah J. Heitz and Shaw B. Wagener
John C. Herklotz in honor of Dale
Melbourne Herklotz
Mr. Paul Herklotz
Mr. George W. Herman
Mr. and Mrs. Enrique Hernandez Jr.
Thomas A. Heymann and
DeAnne K. Heymann
Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Higgins
In Honor of David and Cathy by Katherine
Mr. Randy Hill
Conrad N. Hilton Foundation
Paris Hilton
Ms. Anita Hirsh
George Hoag Family Foundation
The Larry and Helen Hoag Foundation
Devin Hock Fund of the Michael
Hoefflin Foundation
Ms. Linda Joyce Hodge
Amrita and William Holden
Ambassador and Mrs. Glen A. Holden
Glen and Gloria Holden Family Foundation
Mrs. Marion Holland
Hope on Wheels Hyundai Dealers
Hopeful Hearts and the Chez Family
John Jay Hopkins Foundation
Carolyn Volk Horne
Daryn M. Horton in honor of Betty K.
McDonald and Lenore E. McDonald
Mr. Munson C. Hovey
The R.D. and Joan Dale Hubbard Foundation
Mr. and Mrs. R.D. Hubbard
The Mark Hughes Foundation
Mr. and Mrs. James S. Hunt
Mr. and Mrs. James Huyck
Hyundai Motor America
The Iacocca Family Foundation
Ian’s Friends Foundation for Pediatric Brain
Tumor Research
Mr. Otto Immenroth
Ms. Elizabeth Ince
IHOP Restaurants
The Audrey and Sydney Irmas Charitable
Helen Curtis of the Westside Guild, Tonie Pimienta of the Santa Monica Bay Auxiliary
and Diane Gunderson of the Westside Guild.
Children’s Hospital Honorary Trustee and former Living Proof Campaign Co-chair Walter B.
Rose (left), Senior Vice President of Development Claudia Looney, Honorary Trustee H. Russell
Smith and Stuart E. Siegel, MD, director of the Children’s Center for Cancer and Blood Diseases.
Randy and Erika Jackson Foundation
Mr. and Mrs. Todd S. James
Jewish Communal Fund
Jewish Community Foundation
Johnson & Johnson
Carl W. Johnson Foundation
The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
Mr. Raymond E. Johnson
Mrs. Ruth D. Johnson
Jonas Brothers’ Change for the
Children Foundation
Mr. and Mrs. Paul K. Jonas
The Fletcher Jones Foundation
Verne C. Jones
The Juniors of Children’s Hospital
Los Angeles
Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation
Linda Tallen and David Paul Kane Educational
and Research Foundation
Daniel and Susan Kane
Mr. Bruce E. Karatz
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford E. Katab
Drs. Francine and Neal Kaufman
Virginia and Michael Kazanjian
Mrs. Richard Harte Keatinge
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Francis Keller
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Kelly
Ms. Carmelita Kelso
Ms. Phillis Kemp
Ms. Julia Elizabeth Keough
Margaret and Michael Kerr
Robert H. Kerrigan Jr.
Ms. Elizabeth A. Khoury
James M. Kiely
Mr. and Mrs. Chong Sik Kim
Kinecta Federal Credit Union
Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. King
Paul and Daphne King
The Karl Kirchgessner Foundation
Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Klabin
Gertrude Klein
Carol and Arnold J. Kleiner
Ms. Martha Koplin
Richard L. and Lisa S. Kornblith
Ms. Agnes Kortan
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Francis Kranz
Ms. Ruth Krell
L.A. Care Health Plan
Mrs. Jean Lacey
Ms. Susan F. Laffer
Ms. Eleanor Adele Lam
Ms. Joan A. Lamb
Ms. Diane Lander-Simon
Helen Landolt
Peggy and Kevin Lanigan
Ms. Viola Larsen
Arnold D. and Margaret J. Larson Family Trust
Mr. and Mrs. Erik Larson
Ms. Karin L. Larson
Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Lawler
Ethel A. Lawrence
Lazer Broadcasting
The Michael Learned Family
Mr. and Mrs. J. Martin Leatherman
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce R. Lederman
Mr. and Mrs. Brian Po-Jen Lee
Mrs. Phyllis Leis
The Leonetti/O’Connell Family Foundation
Mrs. Hedwig Lester
Ms. Monica Lester
Mr. Paul Lester
The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lewin
Nancy and Ken Lewis
LIATIS Foundation
LINC TELACU Education Foundation
Ms. Linda L. Lindgren
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Loggia
Looking Above and Beyond
Mr. and Mrs. James K. Looney
Los Angeles Clippers Foundation
Los Angeles Kings - Kings Care Foundation
Los Angeles Times
Ignacio and Marta Lozano
Mr. JosГ© I. Lozano
Lucky Brand Foundation
Carolyn and Bruce Ludwig
Mrs. Luppe H. Luppen
Mr. Joseph J. Lynch
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lynch
Mr. Wishart MacFarren in honor of
Emma Bauer
MacLaren and Swan Family
Macy’s West, Inc., and the Federated
Department Stores Foundation
MAGIC International
Susan and Peter D. Mallory
Carol and Douglas Mancino
Manheim Auctions
The Marcled Foundation
Mr. Fred Marer
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Markovich
Robert C. Marlatt
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Marquez
Lori C. Marshall, PhD
Tomasa R. Martinez
Mary Duque Juniors
Phillip D. and Lois S. Matthews
Mrs. Arthur M. McClure
Patricia A. McClure
In Honor of Glenn and Eileen McConnell
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. McCormick
McDonald’s Corporation
Mrs. Milbank McFie
Callie D. McGrath Foundation
Jessie Barker McKellar Foundation
Mr. and Mrs. Doug McKellar
McLane Company, Inc.
Linda and Terry F. McLean
Mr. and Mrs. Harry T. McMahon III
Miss Margaret McMartin
Ms. Alberta P. McNamara
Mrs. Louis Meitus
Alex Meneses and John Simpson
Children’s Hospital Chief Operating Officer Rod Hanners (left), President and CEO Richard
D. Cordova, FACHE, Trustee Alan Purwin and Chief Financial Officer Lannie Tonnu.
Children’s Hospital Los Angeles Trustee Alex Chaves Sr., (left), Renee Valdes, Chair of the Department of Pediatrics and
Vice President of Academic Affairs D. Brent Polk, MD, Board of Trustees and Living Proof Campaign Co-chair Marion
Anderson, Nadine Chaves, Raegan Valdes, Michelle Chaves, Children’s Hospital patient Lauren Valdes and Pep Valdes.
Men’s Guild
The Johnny Mercer Foundation
Mericos Foundation
Mr. and Mrs. John Merrell
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Alan Meyer
MGM and UA Services Company
Mrs. Dorothy D. Michaud
Microsoft Corporation
Debby and Lary Mielke
The Mitchell Milias Family
Kathryn E. Millan Memorial Foundation
D. Llewellyn and Susan N. Miller and Family
Miss Geraldine Eva Miller
The Mitchel Company
Jeffrey Modell Foundation, Inc.
Monrovia Guild
Colleen and John C. Morrissey III
Dr. Nancy Moss and Mr. George Moss
Tom and Anne Muller
Alfred C. Munger Foundation
Nancy and Charles Munger
Dan Murphy Foundation
Pat and Larry Murphy
Lynn H. Myers and Gerald G. Myers
Dr. and Mrs. Robert W. Nafie
National Philanthropic Trust
Ken Nelson
NestlГ© USA Foundation
NestlГ© USA, Inc.
Mr. Edward S. Neumann
The Neuroblastoma Children’s Cancer Society
James and Jeanne Martin Neville
Newman’s Own, Inc.
Harriet West Nielson, MD
Bill and Susan Noce
Emma and Christopher Nolan
Norris Cancer Center Foundation
Northern Trust, NA
The Notkin Family
Oceania Cruises
Mary Adams O’Connell and Kevin O’Connell
Mr. and Mrs. Michael K. O’Connell
Ms. Helen L. Odian
Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. O’Gar
Mr. Homer C. Oleson
Mr. Michael Olowokandi
Mrs. Eloise H. Olson
One Small Voice Foundation
Julie Chrystyn and Dwight D. Opperman
Mrs. Margaret A. Orrey
Oxnard Foundation
David and Lucile Packard Foundation
Padres Contra El CГЎncer
The Paige Foundation
Palm-Lan Real Estate Agents Company
Nicole Parker Foundation for Children
Ms. Judi Garfi Partridge/My Brother
Joey Foundation
Mrs. Margaret Pelland
Peninsula Community Foundation
People 4 Children
DeVito Perlman Family Foundation
Ms. Rhea Perlman and Mr. Danny DeVito
Joseph and Evelyn Pertusati
Mr. Oscar T. Peters
Jane Browne Peterson in honor of Margaret
Gray Browne
Mrs. Robert E. Petersen
Nancy and Sidney Petersen
John D. and Victoria R. Pettker
Ms. Anna K. Pfeiffer
Phase One Foundation
Ms. Mary J. Phosky
The Physician Faculty of the Department
of Anesthesiology Critical Care Medicine
The Physician Faculty of the Department
of Radiology
The Pipkin Family
Verl Marie Pointer
D. Brent Polk, MD, and Terry Carr-Hall
The Honorable and Mrs. Peter Polos
Mr. Stephen J. Povalac
Rick and Debbie Powell
Mrs. Marie Preacher
Margaret and Ron Preissman
Beth and Bill Price
PricewaterhouseCoopers, LLP
Mrs. Armond Quimby
The Ralphs Fund
Ralphs Grocery Company/Food 4 Less
Mr. and Mrs. Julio Ramirez Jr.
Jim and Eleanor Randall Foundation
Mr. and Mrs. James H. Randall
Robert C. Ray
Mrs. Joy Rea in honor of Johnny
Judy and Ben Reiling
Mr. and Mrs. John Remeny
Ressler-Gertz Family Foundation
Jane and Frank Rhodes
Beatrice Richardson
Mr. Charles D. Richardson
Mr. and Mrs. Walter A. Richter
Sontheavy, Saren and Sopheak Riem
The Michael T. Riordan Family Foundation
Fannie E. Rippel Foundation
Marilyn and Jud Roberts
Michael Robertson
The Harry W. and Virginia Robinson Trust
Mr. and Mrs. David Booth Rogers
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen England Rogers
Kimberlee and Robert Rollo
Ronald McDonald House Charities
Ronald McDonald House Charities of
Southern California
Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Rooney
Dorothy Rosen and Linda Rosen
The Meta and George Rosenberg Foundation
Mr. and Mrs. Edward P. Roski Jr.
Carol and Stephen Rountree
Ms. Irma Louise Rudd
Ruby L. Rudine
Rudolph and Sletten, Inc.
Rusnak Automotive Group
The Saban Free Clinic
St. Baldrick’s Foundation
Carmie and Michael Saldana
The Ron Salisbury Family
San Antonio Guild
Carolyn and Scott Sanford
Sanofi Pasteur, Inc.
The Santa Anita Foundation and Los Angeles
Turf Club, Inc.
Santa Barbara Foundation
Santa Monica Bay Auxiliary
Mr. and Mrs. Lionel Sauvage
Mr. and Mrs. Keith G. Sawa
Mr. George C. Schacht
Zoe and Jonathan Schaeffer
Paul and Judy Schaeffer
Mr. Paul Schambach
The Scharffenberger Family
Charles Schatz, MD, and Bambi Holzer Schatz
in honor of Jonathan Michael Schatz
Elisa and Michael Schenkman
Mrs. Shirley Schindler
Rudi Schulte Research Institute
Schwab Fund for Charitable Giving
Mrs. Elzada Schweitzer
The Seaver Family
Carlton Seaver
Christopher Seaver
Martha Seaver
Patrick Seaver
Mr. and Mrs. John E. Seidel
Louise Fettig Seimer
Linda and John Seiter
Shane’s Inspiration
Thyra E. Sharp
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Sheldon
The Al Sherman Foundation
Mrs. Mary L. Shyffer
Stuart and Barbara Siegel
Sigma Chi Fraternity, University of
Southern California
Cecile and Bernard Silver
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert S. Simon
Ms. Eleanor H. Simpson
Bernhard H. Singsen, MD, MPH
Sizzler USA Restaurants, Inc.
SKETCH Foundation
The Skirball Foundation
Mr. Joe Skolnick
Mrs. Clare Slaback
Mrs. J. Roy Smetz
The Smidt Family Foundation
The Joyce Smith Family Foundation
Lon V. Smith Foundation
Ralph L. Smith Foundation
Lenore MacBeth Smith
Soccer for Hope
Ms. Edith L. Socin
Harry and Estelle Soicher Foundation
Solteras, Inc.
Jerry and Beatrice Sonken
Ms. Katherine H.A. Sorensen
Michael Epstein (left), president of MESP, Inc., and Karen Murray, president of Nautica, present the check for money raised at
the 2010 Nautica Malibu Triathlon to Stuart E. Siegel, MD, director of the Children’s Center for Cancer and Blood Diseases
at Children’s Hospital, and Richard D. Cordova, FACHE, Children’s Hospital president and CEO.
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Children’s Hospital Senior Vice President of Development Claudia Looney (left, front), Neil Campbell, Mary Bianco, Tony Bianco, Richard
Kornblith, Dave Williams, Ann Murphy, Maureen Williams, Sophia Scano Fitzmaurice, Children’s Hospital President and CEO Richard
D. Cordova, FACHE, Lisa Kornblith, Sherrie Auen, Cathy King and Ron Auen, at the Los Angeles Leadership Conference in 2011, held
for Children’s Circle of Care members.
John and Kathy Sottile
Southern Wine and Spirits of America, Inc.
Mr. Philip J. Spear
G.N. Spencer
The Thomas Spiegel Family Foundation
Spiritual Care Guild
Mr. John M. Stahl
Fran and Ray Stark Foundation
Ms. Wilhelmine Stauffer
Debbi and Brian Stern
Sue and Ralph Stern
Stockbridge Capital Group, LLC
Strategic Financial Group
Mr. and Mrs. Peter E. Strauss
Mr. Mark R. Strouse II
Mrs. Beatrice H. Stuart
Mr. Robert M. Sudds Sr.
Ms. Johanna Swager
Mr. Steven P. Switzer
The Tamkin Foundation
S. Mark Taper Foundation
Marguerita Tas
Laney and Tom Techentin
Trevessa and James Terrile
This Little Light
Ms. Frances Bowen Thornton
Thrasher Research Fund
Tikun Olam Foundation
Mr. and Mrs. William Tilley
Ms. Ann Tipp
Toluca Guild
Ms. Lannie Tonnu and Mr. Calvin Nguyen
In Honor of Takeji Kay Torimaru
Ms. Margarita Torres
Dr. and Mrs. Joshua Trabulus
Ms. Lynne Tracy
Juanita Travers
The Treister Family
Mary Turk
Mr. and Mrs. Jan M. Twardowski
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Twardowski
Mrs. Emogene Tyroler
United Way of Greater Tri-State Area
United Way of Kern County
Universal Studios Hollywood’s Discover
a Star Foundation
The V Foundation for Cancer Research
Valleycrest Productions, Ltd.
Mr. A. Ray Van Horn
Van Konynenburg Family
I.N. and Susanna H. Van Nuys Foundation
Variety -The Children’s Charity of Southern
California, Tent 25
Mrs. Harry B. Vickman
Mrs. John C. Vinson
The Harry J. Volk Fund of the California
Community Foundation
Mrs. Kenneth Q. Volk Jr.
Mrs. Robert H. Volk
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Wagenbach
Ms. Evalyn B. Wais
Wallis Foundation
Mr. Michael Walter
Ms. Carole Warren
Mr. and Mrs. David D. Watts
Ms. Karen Maile Webster
Cathy Siegel Weiss and Ken Weiss
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin A. Weiss
Mindy D. Weiss
Hila and Jeremy Wenokur
Mr. E. Russell Werdin
Wescom Credit Union
Mrs. Diane Wheeler
Mr. Rossiter L. White
Mrs. Alice E. Whitmore
Mr. and Mrs. Paul D. Whitney
Whittier Guild
Ms. Barbara L. Wight
Ms. Esther Wilkes
Ms. Annie Willette
Mutsuko Tsunokawa and Richard Williams
Roberta G. Williams, MD
Alyce and Warren Williamson
Ms. Edith P. Williamson
Ms. Edna M. Willis
Ina Coleman, Alan J. Wilson, and Family
Ms. Naomi Wilson
Mr. and Mrs. Tim Wilson
Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Wirtz
Ms. Suzanne Wiskerson
Susan Lynn Wright in honor of Jason Pittman
Carl E. Wynn Foundation
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Wyss
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Allan Yost
Young’s Market Company, LLC
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The Yue Family Trust
Dick and Judy Zeigler
Mrs. Ruth Ziegler
Susan Zolla and Family
Ms. Ruth Harvey Zommick
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Zucker
Mr. John Zurlo
$25,000 to $99,999
ABC Television Group
Corinne E. Abel
Dr. and Mrs. Robert Adler
Aetna Foundation, Inc.
Affliction Holdings
Mr. and Mrs. Beny R. Alagem
Albertson Foundation
The Alderson Family Foundation
Mrs. Milton Aldrich
Alhambra Rotary Charities Foundation
The Allen Foundation, Inc.
Byron Allen
Allied Beverages, Inc.
Alta Dena Certified Dairy
America Online
American First Credit Union
The American Legion, District 25
American Taekwondo United
America’s Christian Credit Union
An Family Foundation
Anchors Guild
Anonymous (35)
Violet L. Antonson
Judd Apatow and Leslie Mann
ApoPharma, Inc.
Archangel Michael Foundation
Mr. Temo A. Arjani
Hossein Arzy and Sarvenaz Bahar
Mr. and Mrs. Shane Astani
AT&T United Way Employee Giving
Auction Broadcasting Company, LLC
Auntie Anne’s
The Sidley Austin Foundation
Ms. Virginia H. Austin
Aventis Behring, LLC
Avex, Inc.
The Ayco Charitable Foundation
The Ayrshire Foundation
His Royal Highness Prince Talal Bin Abdul
Aziz Al Saud
Mr. and Mrs. Guilford C. Babcock
Bacardi USA, Inc.
The Emanuel Bachmann Foundation
In Honor of the Cardiac Team of Physicians
and Nurses of the ICU for taking special
care of Mitchell Blakey - The Baker Family
Bank of America, NA
Bank of America Matching Gifts Program
Bank of America United Way Program
Barnes Family Foundation
The Robert John Barnes Family
J and Sarah Barnes Family
Eloise C. Goodhew Barnett
Nancy and Joel Barnett
Mrs. Mary Barnyak
William J. and Carol A. Barrett
The Barth Family Foundation
Ms. Isabella W. Bartholow
The Cecile and Fred Bartman Foundation
Barton Beers, Ltd.
Baxter Healthcare Corporation
The Beal Foundation
Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth Becker
Beckstrand Cancer Foundation
Jeremy and Elizabeth Beim
Mr. and Mrs. Tyler P. Bensinger
Mary and Harold Berger
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bergman
Mr. and Mrs. Steven A. Berlinger
Leon Berlinski
Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Beyer
Kathryne Beynon Foundation
Bickerstaff Family Foundation
Mr. and Mrs. Glen E. Bickerstaff
Lynn and Les Bider
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald A. Bilecki
Mr. and Mrs. William B. Billingsley
Biomarin Pharmaceutical, Inc.
Blockbuster, Inc.
Bloom Hergott Diemer Rosenthal LaViolette
Feldman Schenkman & Goodman, LLP
Employees Community Fund of Boeing
The Boggs Family
Ms. Tara Boone
Ms. Margaret Booth
Mark Borchert, MD, and Karen Sherwood, MD
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Borsook
Mr. and Mrs. Jay Borzi
The Boston Beer Company
Ms. Betty E. Brainerd
Mr. Robert Brandt
John G. Braun Trust
Mr. Gabriel Brener
Brillstein-Grey Entertainment, LLC
Mr. and Mrs. Williard H. Brink
Broadcast Music, Inc.
Ms. Barbara Broccoli and Mr. Michael G. Wilson
Dana and Albert R. Broccoli Charitable
Dorothy Brodine
Robin and Elliott Broidy
Mr. and Mrs. Abbott L. Brown
Mrs. Bernice L. Brown
Ms. Kathleen L. Brown and Mr. Van
Gordon Sauter
Ms. Melanie Brown and Mr. Stephen Belafonte
Mildred M. Brown
Mr. Richard H. Brown
Brown-Forman Corporation
Ms. Roberta Elizabeth Bruce
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Bruckheimer
Ted and Kathleen Buchalter
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Buchman
Eva Benson Buck Trust
Mr. William Bue Jr. in honor of Jean Bue
Tracey and David Buelow
William and Mafe Bunga Revocable Trust
Ron W. Burkle Foundation
Mrs. Carole Buss
California Pizza Kitchen Foundation
California State University Long Beach
Dr. and Mrs. Richard W. Call and Family
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Cane
Canyon Partners, LLC
Capital Guardian Trust Company
Carlson Capital, LP
Tina and Richard V. Carolan Foundation, Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Carrigan
Mr. Jeff Castelaz and Ms. Jo Ann Thrailkill
James Castelfranco
Marjorie Marian Castile and Elton
Stanley Castile
Ms. Marjorie Cates
Mr. Mark Cendrowski and Ms. Cynthia Glazar
Central Sprinkler Corporation
Chais Family Foundation
Mrs. Pamela Chais
Mr. Wilton N. Chamberlain
Mr. Yu Pen Chang
Carrie and Scott Chaplan
The Charitable Foundation/Agent Community
Outreach of Prudential California Realty
The Chase Manhattan Bank
Mr. and Mrs. David H. Chase
Mrs. Virginia S. Chase
Ms. Kathlene I. Cheleen
The William E. Chelew Foundation
The Childhood Brain Tumor Foundation
Children Affected by AIDS Foundation
The Children’s Brain Tumor Foundation, Inc.
Ms. Eleanor Elizabeth Chomko
Christopher’s Living Hope Foundation
CIBC World Markets Corporation
Citigroup Foundation
Citigroup Global Impact Funding Trust, Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. James Clark
Mr. John G. Clary
Arnold and Kay Clejan Charitable Foundation
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Clejan
Mr. Kevin Gerard Clifford
Club Culinaire of French Cuisine
Jessie B. Coates
The Andi Collins Foundation
Color Spot Nurseries, Inc.
Mrs. Bernice W. Coma
Community Foundation of the Jewish
Federation of Orange County
Community Health Charities of California
Martha and Tim Corbett
Mr. Marcus W. Corwin
Couples Against Leukemia
Mr. Geoff Cowan and Ms. Aileen Adams
George H. Cox
Crail-Johnson Foundation
The E.A. Crane Family Fund
Mrs. Gloria M. Crane
Mrs. Thomas Crawford
Children’s Hospital Trustee Arnie Kleiner (left), his wife, Carol, Children’s
Hospital Trustee Margaret Eberhardt and her husband, Jerry.
CRE Family Fund
Creative Artists Agency
Crest Beverage Company
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lee Crowe Jr.
Arie and Ida Crown Memorial
Crowne Plaza Hotels & Resort
Mr. and Mrs. Leonardo Cruz
CSL Behring Foundation for Research and
Advancement of Patient Health
Ms. Jennifer Cue
Cushman & Wakefield, Inc.
Mrs. Nancy M. Daly
DanJaq, LLC
The Davidow Charitable Fund
Mr. Robert A. Davidow
Shirley and Norman Davidson
Mrs. Barbara Davis
Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Day
Dear Jack Foundation
Dan and Danette DeClark
Dr. and Mrs. Yves A. De Clerck
Mr. and Mrs. John Paul DeJoria
Delta AirElite Business Jets
Deluxe Laboratories Hollywood
Dey, LP
Bart and Cheryl Dickins
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hart Dlouhy
Dodger Dream Foundation, Inc.
Doheny Eye Institute
Carrie Estelle Doheny Foundation
Mrs. William H. Doheny
Libby and Will Doheny
Mr. and Mrs. Tim Doherty
Dolce & Gabbana USA, Inc.
Mr. Jason Mark Donahue
Dr. Pepper/Seven Up, Inc.
DreamWorks SKG
Norman H. Drechsel
Dreyer’s Grand Ice Cream, Inc.
The Max and Victoria Dreyfus Foundation
Nelle B. Drummond
Susan and Robert Dulin
Mrs. Gabriel C. Duque Jr.
Mr. Orrin K. Earl Jr.
Edgerton Foundation
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Edwards
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Efraim
Mr. and Mrs. Brad Egna
Mr. August F. Ekenberg
El Cholo
Mrs. Eva P. Elkins
Employees Charity Organization (ECHO)
Equal Sweetener Foundation
Mr. and Mrs. Berne H. Evans III
Evil Shenanigans, Inc.
The Faro Foundation
The Fazio Family
FDI Computer Consulting
Mrs. Charlotte Feder
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey S. Feuerstein
FFF Enterprises, Inc.
Fidelity National Title Insurance Company
First City Credit Union
First Property Realty Corporation
Flame Enterprises, Inc.
Dr. Burton L. and Patricia M. Fletcher
Mrs. Willetta Fletcher
Dr. and Mrs. Henri R. Ford
Regis Ford
Ms. Barbara J. Foreman
Forest Lawn Foundation
Mr. and Mrs. Peter T. Fortier
Ms. Gladyce L. Foster
Dr. Reynold L. Foutz in honor of Vivian Foutz
Frank-Lin Distillers Products, Ltd.
Mr. Allyn Franklin
Fraternal Order of Eagles - Grand Aerie
Mr. Steve Freed
Mr. and Mrs. Carl H. Fricke
Ms. Jacquie Friedman
Mr. and Mrs. Josh Friedman
Frito-Lay, Inc.
From Maddi’s Closet
Georges and Germaine Fusenot Charity
Future Brands, LLC
Mr. and Mrs. Jan R. Gable
The Gambrinus Company
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Garber
Garvey Elementary School
F. Gavina & Sons, Inc.
GE Foundation
The Geliebter Foundation
Mr. Michael Geller
Genentech, Inc.
Mary Fulginiti Genow and Rick Genow
Genzyme Corporation
Genzyme Therapeutics
Mr. and Mrs. David Gersh
Giannini Family Foundation
Mr. William Alton Gillespie
Mr. George Gittelson
GivingExpress Program from
American Express
Glendale Auxiliary
Gold Family Foundation
Mrs. Margrit Gold
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley P. Gold
Ms. Elaine H. Goldhorn
Goldman Sachs and Company
Barbara E. Goldman
Barbara and Bruce N. Goldreyer, MD
The Goodan Family Foundation
Mr. Alec E. Gores
Julee and Michael Gould
Mr. and Mrs. Russell S. Gould
Graff Diamonds Chicago, Inc.
Dr. Geoffrey and Mrs. Laura Graham
Shirlea Grahame in honor of Patricia Ryan
Mrs. Helen Rae Grau
Grayson’s Gift
Greek Orthodox Ladies Philoptochos
Society, Inc.
Green Family Charitable Trust
Mr. and Mrs. Shawn Green
Ms. Suzanne B. Greene
Greenwich Capital Markets, Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce A. Greenwood
Guess? Foundation
Zac and Sarajane Guevara
Gene Haas Foundation
Ms. Carla Hacken and Ms. Lorraine Gallacher
Mary Dee Hacker, RN, and Steven W.
Nishibayashi, MD
The Thomas E. Hall Foundation
Mrs. Barbara Helen Hall
Mr. Jim Hamilton
Marian and Pinkus Happ Fund
Harbor Distributing, LLC
Mr. and Mrs. Randall W. Hardy
Dr. Jen and Mr. Greg Harris
Ms. Mary Hayley and Mr. Selim K. Zilkha
Mr. Bucky Hazan
HealthCare Property Investors, Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Heaney
Heart and Lung Surgery Foundation
Mr. Donald J. Heintzelman
Clarence E. Heller Charitable Foundation
Hershey’s Chocolate Company
Hess Foundation, Inc.
Heumann Powered Productions
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Heumann
The Hexberg Family Foundation
Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Hexberg
Jill and Jim Higgins and Family
Mrs. David B. Hill in honor of Rosemary Rae
Hill Hansen
Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Hirrel
Mrs. Annabelle B. Hively
Olive Hlinka
Mr. Kieu Hoang
Ms. Marcia Wilson Hobbs
Mr. David Hockney
Robert E. Hoffman
Delmar and Josephine Holley Family Trust
The Hollywood Charity Horse Show
Mr. and Mrs. Neil Holmes
Honda Federal Credit Union
Honey Locust Foundation
Mr. Mark R. Hoover
Houston Jewish Community Foundation
Mr. and Mrs. Clark Hsu
Mrs. Sarah A. Hulsey
Hunsaker Foundation
Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Hunsaker
Mrs. Lydia M. Hunt and Dr. Roscoe C. Webb Jr.
Nelle P. Hunt
Mr. Edwin Ray Hunter Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. James L. Hunter
WHH Foundation
Ms. Hermenia Hutchinson
Mr. Alan Hymowitz
Dr. Hilda M. Hyort
IBM Corporation
IBM Employee Services Center
Board of Trustees and Living Proof Campaign Co-chair John D. “Jack” Pettker (left) and Allan
Alexander of the John W. Carson Foundation, with Children’s Hospital Trustees Paul Schaeffer, W. Scott
Sanford and Jeffrey Worthe.
Institutional Capital Corporation
International Dairy Queen
International Order of The King’s Daughters
and Sons of Southern California
The International Rett Syndrome Foundation
Issa Family Foundation
Mr. and Mrs. Larry K. Jacobson
Mrs. George Daniel Jagels
Mr. and Mrs. John M. Jameson
Jarvis Charitable Fund of the Schwab
Charitable Fund
Jefferies & Company, Inc.
Jerome Foundation
John Paul Mitchell Systems
Johnson & Johnson Family Matching
Gift Program
Johnson Controls Foundation
Mrs. Leland Francis Johnson
Blanche and George Jones Fund, Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. Earle M. Jorgensen
Mr. and Mrs. Joe L. Joseph
Peggy Lynn Joslyn
JP Morgan Chase
JV Logic, Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kaczorowski
Akira Kageyama
Mr. and Mrs. Hiroshi Kageyama
The Brad Kaminsky Foundation
Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Kane
Mr. Jordan L. Kaplan
Karl Storz Endoscopy-America, Inc.
The Karma Foundation
The Karpfinger Agency
The Karsh Family Foundation
Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Katzbeck
The Marilyn and Jeffrey Katzenberg
Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Katzenberg
Katy and Michael Kaufman
The Jerome and Adrienne Kay Family
Dr. and Mrs. Jerome Harold Kay
Steven and Kathryn Keefer
Mrs. Beverly J. Keith
Mrs. Kerry A. Kennedy and
Mr. Bradley M. Goldberg
Mrs. Mary B. Keyser
Mr. Joseph C. Kice
Kids Cancervive
Kiewit Pacific Company
The Michael King Family Foundation
Mrs. Elizabeth Whiting King
Mr. and Mrs. Michael King
Mr. Wes Kirchoff
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Kirkeby
Kiwanis International
Douglas C. Klann
Dana Klein and Mark Feuerstein
Dr. and Mrs. Michael Klein
KLG Jewelry, LLC
The Kling Street Kids
KLS Martin, LP
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard P. Knarreborg
Ms. Aleta L. Knight
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne E. Knight
Knights Templar Eye Foundation
In Honor of Louis A. Kodimer
Mr. and Mrs. David Kohan
Ms. Gladys W. Koster
Mr. and Mrs. Kent Kresa
Audrey J. Walton and Ann Walton Kroenke
Charitable Foundation
Mr. and Mrs. E. Stanley Kroenke
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley P. Kubota
Dr. Aura and Mr. Fredrick Kuperberg
L Cruz Foundation
Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. LaBarbera
Labatt USA
Lancaster Group US, LLC
Landry Design Group, Inc.
Mr. Richard Landry
Ms. Sherry Lansing and Mr. William Friedkin
Mr. John Laoo
Las Hermanas Guild
Las Primeras Guild
Mr. Vincent Laurentis
Dina LaVigna Breath for Life Fund
Ms. Ruth Leader
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Leire
Mr. Thomas P. Lenner
Mr. Kenneth E. Lerch
Lerman and Son
Mr. and Mrs. Max Lerman
Richard Spencer Lewis Memorial Foundation
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel S. Lezak
Libra Securities, LLC
Mr. Ernest Lieblich
Lifescan, Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Lindee
Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Club
Longo Toyota
The Looker Foundation
Ms. Jennifer Lopez
Mrs. Barbara L. Louis
Love’s Travel Stops and Country Stores
Anne Lutz
Doris I. Lydy
Majestic Realty Foundation
Major League Baseball Players Trust for
Make the Difference Network
Malena’s Foundation
The Management Group
Rhonda Flemming Mann Foundation
Ms. Helen V. Mansker
Mrs. Gretchen W. Marble
March of Dimes Birth Defects Foundation
Vinka Mariani
Mark Anthony Brands, Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard S. Marks
Mr. and Mrs. Sam W. Marks
Markstein Beverage Company
Ms. Maxine L. Marmor
Maroon 5
Marsh, Inc.
Raymond and Gertrude Marshall
Charitable Trust
Mr. Basil W. Martinez
Mrs. Elise Mudd Marvin
Mas Family Foundation Trust Philanthropy
Mr. and Mrs. David Matalon
Mr. Harold Matzner
Max of a Million Dreams Foundation for
Cancer Research
Mr. George McCord
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Oliver McCutchan
Ms. JoAnn McGrath
Mr. Edward C. McIver
McKesson Foundation, Inc.
Ms. Peggy Jane McMahon
Mr. Robert McNamara
John and Jody McNamee
MDRT Foundation
The Medtronic Foundation
Medtronic MiniMed, Inc.
Paula Kent Meehan
Wendy and Judd Meltzer
Merkin Family Foundation
Merrill Lynch
Marla and Brett Messing
MGM Mirage
Milano Foundation
Scott and Valerie Milano
Dr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Miletich
Milken Family Foundation
Mr. Franklin L. Miller
Mrs. G. Everett Miller
Corrine and Milton Miller
Steven and Evelyn Miller
Milwaukee Brewers Baseball Club, LP
Ms. Claudia Mirkin
Miss America Organization
Thelma Mitchell
MOCA Foundation
Mod Hatters of Acton, California
The Moe-Life Foundation
The Ken and Julie Moelis Foundation
Julie and Ken Moelis
Fredrick H. Moll
Money Mailer, LLC
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Montelione
Ms. Marina Moskovenko
Mt. Wilson Broadcasting
Moustache CafГ©
MTV Networks
Mr. and Mrs. H. Carl Muhlstein
Therese and Bruce Munster
The Lluella Morey Murphey Foundation
Ms. Marjorie B. Myers
Mr. Howard Napolske
National Hockey League
The National Institute for Reproductive Health
National Kidney Foundation
The Neuroblastoma Foundation
New Line Cinema Corporation
New Regency Productions, Inc.
Mrs. Robert Melvin Newell
Mr. Joseph Nguyen and Family
George and Betty Nicholaw
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Noah
Children’s Hospital Trustee Ron Preissman and
his wife, Margaret.
Northridge Guild
Northrop Grumman Corporation
The Northwestern Mutual Foundation
Mrs. Arnetta McCord Notkin
Novo Nordisk Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
Occidental Petroleum Corporation
The Oder Family Foundation
Mr. and Mrs. Bradley J. Oltmanns
O’Melveny & Myers, LLP
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Richter Onderdonk
The Dwight D. Opperman Foundation
Orange County United Way
Mrs. Blanche Osburn
The Pablove Foundation
Mr. and Mrs. Buck Page
Mr. Chris Pahl
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Palance in honor of
Cody Palance
Mr. Norman Panama
Mrs. Doris H. Pankow
Paramount Pictures Corporation
Pasadena Community Foundation
Pasadena Showcase House for the Arts
The Patron Saints Foundation
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald S. Patterson
M. David and Diane Paul
Payden & Rygel
Lily Pearl Foundation
Clifford H. Pearson
The Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation
Ms. Faye Peluso
The Pepsi Bottling Group, Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Perez
Helen Fern Petty
Mr. Ramin Peyman
Pfaffinger Foundation
Michael Phelan
The Philadelphia Foundation
Mr. William Nathaniel Phillips
Philogenesis, Inc.
The Physician Faculty of the Department
of Pathology
The Physician Faculty of the Division
of Cardiology
The Physician Faculty of the Division
of Otolaryngology
Pink Taco Los Angeles, LLC
PipeVine, Inc.
Mr. Rey Pisano
PMG, Inc.
Mrs. Jani Poindexter
The Polish Golf Group
Dr. and Mrs. David A. Pommerenck
Joyce and Larry Powell
PPD Development, Inc.
Stanley and Jessica Prescott
Morris and Mary Press Foundation
Prevent Blindness America
Primo Hospitality Group
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Prindle
Quadra Productions, Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Quaranta
Questcor Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
Ms. N. Irene Radliff
Mr. Pejman Rahnama
Mr. Bill Rains
Ms. Donna M. Ramsey
Mr. Kurt Rappaport
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Rapport
Rare Antibody Antigen Supply, Inc.
The Gene Raymond Trust
Red Bull North America, Inc.
Red Hot Chili Peppers
The Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation
The Regal Foundation
Reliance Care Limited
Mr. and Mrs. Stewart A. Resnick
The Ressler Family Foundation
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ressler
Retina Vitreous Associates Medical Group
Mr. John Rezner
Warren and Carolyn Richards Foundation
Dr. and Mrs. Warren Richards
Ms. Patricia Richardson
Jo Ann and Dennis Richman
Mr. and Mrs. Keith Richman
Mr. and Mrs. Brent T. Rider
Mr. Dean Riesner
The Riordan Foundation
The Honorable Richard Riordan
Jenni Rivera
RMR Investments, Inc.
Mr. Jeff Robinov
Mr. and Mrs. Philip N. Robinson
Will Rogers Institute
Children’s Hospital Trustees Carol Mancino (left) and
Elizabeth Lowe.
Ronus Foundation
Mr. and Mrs. Robert E.G. Ronus
Ms. Constance E. Ropolo
Taryn Rose, MD
Mr. and Mrs. Mitch Rosenberg
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rosenberg
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rosenblatt
The Gene and Maxine Rosenfeld
Family Foundation
Mitchell Ross Childrens Cancer Fund
Mr. and Mrs. Gary Ross
Mrs. Wendy G. Ross
Round Table Pizza
Maggie and Earl Russell
Terry Sahagen Sales
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Sampliner
Mrs. Irma O. Sands
Robert and Diana Schenkman
Schering-Plough Healthcare Products, Inc.
Robert E. Schneider Foundation
Laura and Michael Schulte
Mr. and Mrs. Sherwood Schwartz
John and Michele Sciarra
Mr. and Mrs. Roland Seidler Jr.
Sempra Employee Giving Network
Sempra Energy
Brenda and Eric Seuthe
David and Fela Shapell Family Foundation
Edward A. and Ai O. Shay Family Foundation
The Shea Foundation
Mr. Kayoshi K. Shoda
Nomie A. Shore, MD
Mr. John Shuba
Mr. Mace Siegel
Sierra Guild
Sierra Nevada Brewing Company, Inc.
Sigma Chi Zeta Xi
Silent Thunder Entertainment, LLC
The Silk Family Foundation
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen R. Silk
Mr. Gene Simmons
B.K. Simon Family Charitable Foundation
Cynthia L. and William E. Simon Jr.
Ms. Raedell Simon
Mr. John Palliser Sinclair
In Honor of Jacob Singer
Jeffrey and Kellie Singer
Six Flags Theme Parks, Inc.
Mr. Bernard P. Smith
Mel Smith in honor of Dinah Joy Smith
Steven John Smith, DVM
Mr. and Mrs. Russell K. Snow Jr.
Society of Camera Operators
Sodexo, Inc. and Affiliates
Somanetics Corporation
Mr. and Mrs. William C. Sonneborn
Sony Corporation of America
Sony Music Entertainment, Inc.
Sony Pictures Entertainment
Sony Pictures Television
Ms. Bernadine Sorgenfrey
South Bay BMW/Mini
Southern California Volvo Retailer Advertising
Ms. Phyllis M. Spampani
Christine Splichal
Mr. Brian James Stack
Ms. Lois Staggs
Stand Together in the Fight
Mrs. Ray Stark
Starlight Starbright Children’s Foundation
State Farm Insurance Companies
Ms. Molly Stell
The Donald T. Sterling Charitable Foundation
Mr. and Mrs. Donald T. Sterling
Sidney Stern Memorial Trust
Mr. and Mrs. Marc I. Stern
Winifred L. Stevens Foundation, Inc.
Mr. Lewis Hyman Stillerman
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stone
Ms. Christine Storey
Emily Storrow
Ms. Patricia Streeter
The Stroud Family
Sun and Skin Care Research, Inc.
Sunair Children’s Foundation
Mr. David Sunkin
Albert H. Sutton
Leslie Swain and Bert Deixler
Harold R. and Winifred Swanton Foundation
Mr. Nima Taghavi
Mr. John R. Tanaka
Mrs. Nancy P. Taylor
Teammates for Kids Foundation
Rabbi and Mrs. Hershy Z. Ten
TG Holdings, Ltd.
The Thai Physicians Association of America
These Three Words
Miss Allwyn Thomas
The Honorable and Mrs. David A. Thomas
Mr. and Mrs. Harlan H. Thompson
Louis Thompson
Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. Thomson
Time Warner
Dr. Vernon and Mrs. Charlene Tolo
Touch, LLC
Mrs. Harvey Towner in honor of
Mark Towner
Mr. W. Lee Towns
Toys”R”Us Children’s Fund, Inc.
Charles Marcel Tracey Foundation
Tuan N. Tran, MD
Trinity Sports, Inc.
The Trump Capital Corporation, Inc.
Ms. Josephine Truzzolino
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth K. Tsunoda
Mr. John David Turkel
Turner Broadcasting System, Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. K. Robert Turner
Ambassador Robert Holmes Tuttle and
Ms. Maria D. Hummer
Tuttle-Click Ford
Tyler’s Team - San Marino High School
Associated Student Body
Union Bank
Union Bank Foundation
United Congregation Mesorah
United Talent Agency, Inc.
United Way California, Capital Region
United Way of the Desert
United Way of Ventura County
Univision Communications, Inc.
Univision Television Group
USC Dance Marathon Group
Valero Energy Corporation
Dr. Joseph P. Van Der Meulen
Van Konynenburg Foundation
J.B. and Emily Van Nuys Charities
Jill and David Van Slooten
Verizon Foundation
VF Sportswear, Inc.
The David Vickter Foundation
Mr. and Mrs. William Voegeli
Tom and Celeste Von der Ahe
Noel and William Wade
Mr. and Mrs. John B. Wagner
Robert A. Waller Foundation in honor of
Robert and Judy Waller
Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Waller
Ms. Nancy Aline Wallick
Warner Bros. Studios
Watson Land Company
Weakest Link Productions
Frederick R. Weisman Philanthropic
Ms. Billie Milam Weisman
Edna and Mickey Weiss Family Foundation
Joseph and Marcia Weiss Family Fund
Mrs. Edna Weiss
David and Sylvia Weisz Foundation
Mr. and Mrs. John Howard Welborne
Wellpoint Associate Giving Campaign
Western Federal Credit Union
Mr. and Mrs. James M. Weston
Mr. Kenneth J. Wildes Jr.
Mrs. G. Ray Wilkinson
Mr. and Mrs. Fred C. Willard
George A. and Marion M. Wilson Foundation
Ms. Chandra Wilson
William A. Wilson
Marian R. Wingert
The Winnick Family Foundation
Mr. and Mrs. Gary Winnick
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Winter
Mr. Laurence E. Wiskerson
Mr. and Mrs. Basil G. Witt
Florence B. Woods
The Robert E. and May R. Wright Foundation
Xceed Financial Credit Union
Mr. and Mrs. Humberto Yniguez
Ms. Eleanore T. Young
Ms. Sandi Young
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Yu
Ms. Lillian A. Zeigler
Mr. and Mrs. Todd E. Zeile
Ms. Diane V. Zeoli
Ziffren, Brittenham, Branca, Fischer, GilbertLurie & Stiffelman, LLP
Mr. and Mrs. William R. Zimmerman
Ms. Estelle J. Zrodlo
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John E. Anderson
John E. Anderson, 94, loving and dedicated husband to efforts. He was humble yet savvy about his giving, encourMarion Anderson, co-chair of the Children’s Hospital Los aging community leaders to actively and publicly support
Angeles Board of Trustees, passed away on July 29, 2011. their philanthropic interests. He set the bar for generations
John died only a month after the dedication of the Marion of civic and business leaders in the city and beyond. And
and John E. Anderson Pavilion, following the couple’s trans- he deeply loved and supported his wife, Marion, and her
formative gift of $50 million to Children’s Hospital.
dedication to Children’s Hospital Los Angeles for more
The Andersons are widely known as generous philan- than two decades.
thropists, supporting many worthwhile causes throughJohn was president and sole shareholder of Topa
out Los Angeles including the UCLA Anderson School Equities, Ltd. In addition, he oversaw more than 40
of Management, YMCA of Metropolitan Los Angeles, wholly-owned subsidiaries in diverse industries such as
United Way and KCET. John’s legacy will live on every day agriculture, automotive dealerships, insurance, real estate,
through the care provided to our patients within the walls oil and wholesale beverage distribution. John and Marion
raised five children, and have several grandchildren and
of the Anderson Pavilion.
John showed by example what it meant to be a philan- great-grandchildren.
thropist, by giving, and engaging others to join him in his
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Pediatric Cancer Research Foundation Awards $1.15 Million
to Name Cancer Clinical Trials Program at Children’s Hospital
the cure rate from 10 percent to 80 percent. Still, one
in five children will not survive the disease today.
The Pediatric Cancer Research Foundation
Clinical Trials Program works with pediatric cancer
programs around the world to test new therapies
aimed at decreasing the toxicity of cancer treatments
while improving patient outcomes and survival rates.
“The doctors at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles
are second to none,” said Jack A. Cross, PCRF board
chairman. “The list of their clinical trial programs,
results, publications and successes is remarkable as
is their commitment to do more, discover more and
never give up. Based on the commitment of PCRF,
they will be in a position to continue and expand the
stunning work they are doing in alleviating suffering
and saving children’s lives.”
PCRF was founded in 1982 to improve the care,
quality of life and survival rate of children with
malignant disease. The foundation has contributed
more than $22 million—including $1.5 million to
Children’s Hospital since 1998—to leading-edge
pediatric cancer research across the nation. Children’s
Hospital Los Angeles is incredibly grateful for PCRF’s
enduring support and partnership in the fight against
childhood cancer.
PCRF’s gift helps fund a brighter future for kids like Kali.
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Children’s Hospital Los Angeles recently was
awarded a generous five-year, $1.15 million grant
from the Pediatric Cancer Research Foundation
(PCRF) to support and name the Clinical Trials
Program in the Children’s Center for Cancer and
Blood Diseases (CCCBD).
“Cancer is the number one cause of death by
disease in children, teens and young adults in the
United States,” said Stuart E. Siegel, director of
the CCCBD. “The road from initial idea to clinical
application can be a long one for new anti-cancer
agents, particularly for those agents to be used for
pediatric cancers. Knowing that we can rely on the
support of the PCRF to move the results we get at
the lab bench quickly to our patients is essential to
our future success.”
Research breakthroughs in the treatment of childhood cancers during the past 50 years—many pioneered at Children’s Hospital—have helped increase