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Leaders Circle Members

The Leaders CircleOur Leaders Circle is a year-round program for individuals dedicated to making play possible for children in need. Your personal cash donation of $250 or more enrolls you in the Leaders Circle, a group dedicated to funding critical programs that impact youth in the U.S. and around the world. Thank you to our 2014 Leaders Circle members for supporting our core programs and national partnerships.

Diamond ($2,500+)

King Cheng
Neil & Amanda Friedman
Jeffrey Rosen
Caren Shalek

Platinum ($1,000-$2,499)

John Amerman
John Barbour
Robert Chapek
Gerald V. Cleary
Alan G. Hassenfeld
Carter Keithley
Tim Kilpin
Reuben Klamer

Annette & Soren Torp Laursen
Salli & Stephen Mickelberg, SRM Entertainment
Robert Pasin
Arnie Rubin
Jerry Smith
Bryan Stockton

Gold ($500 - $999)

William W. Beebe
Duncan Billing
Emily Cheung
Judith Ellis
Charlie Emby
Leslie Friedland
Kelly Gilmore
Geoffrey Greenberg
Sharon Hartley
Alan & Lisa Kaufman

Tom Keoughan
Michael Kohner
Fred Lifschutz
J. Michael O'Connor
Alexandre Pariente
Jerry & Jane Perez
Michael Rinzler
Genna Rosenberg
Linda Suh, Cloud b

Silver ($250-$499)

Andrea Barthello & Bill Ritchie
Gina Beebe
Howard Beige
William Campbell
Chris Carroll
Rita Chang & Bill Quinlan
Michael & Patricia Conger
Tom Courtney
Howard Fleischer
Stephen Gass
Troy Gibson
Daniel Grossman
Steven Greenfield
Robert Grey
Sam Harwell
Elizabeth Kalodner
Jeffrey Kennis
Pamela Lee

This list is current as of October 22, 2014.

Stacy Lobosco
JoAnn & Albert Marengo
Anne McConnell
Sean McGowan
Tom & Susan Neville
Beatrice Pardo
Bert Reiner, Reiner Associates
Steven Rotter, Rotter Creative Group, LLC
Laura Rubin
Peter Tiger
Michael Varda
Marie & Paul Vitale
Douglas Wadleigh
Betsy Walkup
Ryan Williams
Dr. Lisa Williams
Maggie Young
Mark S. Zeller

You can join the 2014 Leaders Circle by donating $250 or more today. Support children in need while receiving fun and valuable membership benefits.

Thank you to the 2013 Leaders Circle members for making play possible for nearly two million children in 2013.