ANNUAL REPORT 2020

A message from our Board President

WE DON’T SHY AWAY FROM THE CHALLENGES FACING THE YOUNG PEOPLE WE SERVE

Dear Friends,

Thank you for standing with The Door and Broome Street Academy in 2020, one of the most challenging years in our history.

In March, COVID-19 and the economic and unemployment crises that followed triggered cascading challenges for the young people we serve.

Later in the spring, the murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and Ahmaud Arbery galvanized the most sustained uprising for racial justice in American history, all of which hit close to home for our community, deepening the extent to which this year was also meaningfully a mental health crisis.

While on the eve of the pandemic we were primed to build on 2019 in terms of young people served, and planned to expand our footprint substantially, we’ve instead needed to navigate a situation that made the in-person services that are fundamental to our model almost impossible.

In response, our teams have made extraordinary efforts to connect our members to the resources, benefits, and opportunities they need to survive this crisis and thrive once it is in the rearview.

This has generated important changes in how we operate, many of which we’ll keep as we move forward.

A few examples:

    • From April through December 2020, our Adolescent Health Center averaged 600 telehealth visits per month, although we had never done one prior to March.
    • Our Membership process is now entirely virtual, which allows us to connect young people who are unable to come to our facility with services when possible.
    • Our Programming team created a Text Line to engage directly with young people across social distance – facilitating 1,377 conversations and counting.

While this year was difficult, and our hallways were far too quiet, I was never prouder to lead The Door. As our new CEO Kelsey Louie comes onboard, I am confident it will continue to meet every challenge with spirit and courage.

The Door and BSA exemplify what is possible when our society chooses to invest in people who face discrimination. We’ve worked in partnership with NYC youth to navigate injustice and inequality while fighting their root causes since 1972.

We couldn’t do it without you.

In gratitude,

Marc DeBevoise
President of The Door’s Board

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While many programs transitioned to fully remote or hybrid schedules, young people maintain access to some in-person services.

Since April 2020, our Adolescent Health Center has seen patients in person by appointment when issues can’t be addressed via telehealth.

Ravell Jones, our Coordinator of Youth Engagement, led efforts to stay connected with young people in a time of profound isolation for many New Yorkers.

How We’re Different

It’s all here

Our integrated approach is unique and effective. Young people come to us for a wide variety of reasons, and we welcome them with a range of services and a holistic approach. If we don’t have what that young person needs, we will find it.

ADOLESCENT HEALTH CENTER

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ADOLESCENT HEALTH CENTER

Our on-site Federally Qualified clinic provides comprehensive services for youth, including family planning and reproductive health care, primary health care, dermatology, vision, dental, STD testing and treatment, HIV/AIDS prevention and intervention services, and health education workshops.

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CAREER & EDUCATION SERVICES

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CAREER & EDUCATION SERVICES

We help young people achieve long term self-sufficiency by preparing them for success in college and/or the workforce through integrated education and sector-specific career training. We also partner with companies committed to developing long-term workforces to place young people in talent pipelines.

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HOMELESS YOUTH & SUPPORTIVE HOUSING

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HOMELESS YOUTH & SUPPORTIVE HOUSING

Young people experiencing homelessness or housing instability come to The Door to meet basic needs (laundry, shelf-stable food, showers, clothing, hygiene supplies) and connect with resources including housing, healthcare, and pathways to longer-term support.

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ARTS, NUTRITION, & RECREATION

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ARTS, NUTRITION, & RECREATION

Arts program participants benefit from partnerships with the Whitney, Carnegie Hall and Roundabout Theater. Members can also receive culinary arts training for a career in the food industry and receive hands-on practice by serving three free nutritious meals a day to their peers at The Door.

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LEGAL SERVICES CENTER

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LEGAL SERVICES CENTER

Young people receive free legal representation and support in all civil legal matters, with a specialization in immigration law (helping undocumented youth obtain legal status).

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SATELLITE LOCATIONS

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SATELLITE LOCATIONS

Bronx Youth Center

Our first outer borough outpost, focused on Career & Education programming, makes accessing our services much more convenient for the Bronx residents who come to The Door – about 29% of our participants last year.

The Lee & East 9th

We operate 95 units of supportive housing in two buildings staffed 24/7, reserved for young people with a history of housing instability and persistent mental illness. Residents access many of our services on-site.

 

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BROOME STREET ACADEMY

The New York Times calls BSA
“[A Model] for Coping in the Pandemic”

A ONE-OF-A-KIND, TUITION-FREE CHARTER HIGH SCHOOL THAT LIVES INSIDE THE DOOR.
BSA engages approximately 330 students with an experienced team of educators implementing a rigorous academic curriculum, integrated opportunities for community service and mentorship, and comprehensive wrap-around support enabled by a unique partnership with The Door.

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88%

Graduation Rate

NYC Rate is 78.8%

10:1

Studen:Teacher Ratio

Public School Average Is 13:1

at bsa, we put the student’s success at the center:

  • All students have access to every service offered downstairs at The Door.
  • Each student has their own staff mentor who checks in with them regularly and keeps them motivated on their path to success after graduation.
  • Students with learning disabilities are fully integrated into our classrooms where they can benefit from peer-to-peer learning and develop the kind of friendships that last a lifetime.
  • BSA students can access 8 AP classes, free SAT prep classes, three nutritious meals a day, and more.

at bsa, we put the student’s success at the center:

    • All students have access to every service offered downstairs at The Door.
    • Each student has their own staff mentor who checks in with them regularly and keeps them motivated on their path to success after graduation.
    • Students with learning disabilities are fully integrated into our classrooms where they can benefit from peer-to-peer learning and develop the kind of friendships that last a lifetime.
    • BSA students can access 8 AP classes, free SAT prep classes, three nutritious meals a day, and more.
Melissa Silberman

Head of School

“Our strategy is trauma-informed, and our ethos is that we take care of people – people who have often not been taken care of sensitively. We’ve built a multi-layered support network; on any given day it’s not uncommon for a BSA student to get calls from our social work team, our operations team, and our non-instructional call team, in addition to their regular contact with teachers.”

Standing With Our Community

BLACK LIVES MATTER

Black young people who come to The Door continue to withstand the forces of systemic racism, police brutality, and bias. In our city and in our nation, COVID-19, state violence, and carceral systems all disproportionately impact Black people. We stood in solidarity with all who protested for Black Lives this summer, supporting our staff and members as they exercised their right to dissent.

The Door seeks to create space where our members are inspired to use their voices and shape a future free of injustice and inequality.

Young people have opportunities for connection, action, and healing in a context where systemic racism is acknowledged and reflected upon, and where they can exchange ideas and experiences relating to equity and inclusivity.

We hold our organization and ourselves accountable to act against anti-Blackness and every other form of discrimination and to build more justice and equity in all aspects of our work. The Door stands with Black communities to demand that unequal, unjust, and lethal systems be dismantled.

WE MEET YOUNG PEOPLE WHERE THEY ARE. When we’re able to be in our facility, our members are encouraged to move through the space, access programming, and pursue their goals as they are interested and ready.

“Many of our young people don’t have insurance, or are underinsured, and they get their medication from us, so they don’t have to navigate a pharmacy. We knew how important it was to maintain our community’s access to prescriptions, so we called the DEA and all the relevant authorities and made sure it was okay for us to distribute prescriptions through the mail, and we’re doing that now. We distributed hundreds of necessary medications this way, and we know it really made a difference for our community.”
Dr. Michelle Elliott

Physician
Adolescent Health Center

“Giving up our meals together has been really hard this year, but we’ve kept our focus on making sure that we’re able to get nutritious food to young people. Now that the city has opened back up a bit, we’ve got a pantry operating out of Center Space – we’re representing every food group, and everything’s mostly shelf-stable.”
SUNNY RANGRAJ

Assistant Director of Food and Wellness Programs

“Working with The Door helps us reach young people citywide. We love partnering with your team because of the comprehensive nature of the services you offer, which go well beyond what DYCD funds. Young people who find their way to The Door are supported thoughtfully, holistically, and effectively. The Door can be relied upon to be creative when it comes to filling gaps in service for young people – you’re not just implementing contracted work, you’re innovating.”
SUSAN HASKELL

Deputy Commissioner for Youth Services at New York City’s Department of Youth & Community Development
(DYCD)

“I aim to graduate from college and become an Art Educator – I want to teach youth about social justice in art and design. The Door has helped me build leadership and time management skills, and now I’m better able to help others access available resources.”
EMILY

Door Member

Spotlight on the

LEGAL SERVICES 

Our Legal Services Center worked with 1517 clients in 2020; a 38% increase over 2019, even as the pandemic added layers of complexity to every case.

IN 2020, THE DOOR HELPED

144

YOUNG PEOPLE OBTAIN THEIR GREEN CARDS

The Door client Isabel N. Receiving her Green Card

IN MAY, THE DOOR’S DETAINED MINORS PROJECT TOOK SWIFT ACTION TO PREVENT THE ELEVENTH-HOUR DEPORTATION OF ONE OF OUR CLIENTS, “MARIA,” A TEENAGE GIRL FROM HONDURAS – AN EPISODE COVERED BY THE NEW YORK TIMES, MSNBC, AND THE NEW YORKER.

Immigration & Customs Enforcement (ICE) set Maria’s deportation in motion despite claiming to have suspended most immigration raids during the pandemic lockdown; the case demonstrates the lengths to which The Door’s lawyers will go to advocate for their clients.

The Door represents any children held in four detention centers in the New York City metro area – which means we may represent up to 300 detained minors at any given time.

“What happened to me that night seemed unjust, after all I’d been through. I never thought an official would come to tell me that I was going to be deported, at 3 AM. As a minor, I assumed that I’d be treated differently. If it’s hard to be deported as an adult, imagine how hard it is to be deported as a child. And I was alone, in the sense of not having family or anyone nearby, here in New York. It was really terrible and sad. But thanks to God and the lawyers and also the directors of the facility where I was staying, I’m still here.”

MARIA Client, The Door’s Legal Services Center

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FINANCIAL REPORT

How We’re Funded

How Our Budget Breaks Down by Program:

Our Budget Primarily Funds Programming:

Our Donors

THANK YOU TO OUR DONORS

When you stand with The Door, you’re standing for a New York City where difference is celebrated, and every young person is empowered to reach their full potential.

The Donors listed made gifts to The Door and Broome Street Academy during the 2020 fiscal year: July 1, 2019–June 30, 2020.

PRIVATE FUNDERS

All A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
Anonymous Donors (8)Leslie Abbey and Stephen DietzPriscilla AbernathyNora Abousteit and Joshua RamoAccenture LLPElyssa and Jason AckermanOlukayode AdemodiAmanda AdlerJonathan AdlerAdobe FoundationMollie AederKatie and Harsh AgarwalAkin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLPHamad Al-HoshanJill AlbertsAshton AlexanderGermain AllenAllen & Company LLCCarol AlpernElizabeth AlpernAdina AlpertElliott AlthoffEmily Altschul-Miller and John MillerAmerican Theatre WingH. van Ameringen FoundationPhilippe and Robin AmouyalThe Annie E. Casey Foundation, Inc. Rachelle AnthesMarissa AntoAmy AppleCathy and Frank AquilaDeborah ArcherBruce ArmstrongRobin Aronson and David StoneSamir Arora and Rachel Palekar AroraKyle ArtripLia AvellinoSheena and Shajan BabyBad RobotJessica BairdDonald BakerLisa BakerMolly and Sam BakerBaker & McKenzie LLPBakerHostetlerBenjamin BalesBank of America Charitable Gift FundChristine BanksMichael BaptisteStephanie and Jon BarfieldThe Barker Welfare FoundationPeter Barker-Huelster and Allison Freedman WeisbergCarol BarnettPeter BarnettKhalil BarrageJennifer and Jamie BaumMichelle BeattyMary BednarJessie BehmRostislav BeltserThe Benevity Community Impact FundAnnabel BentleyShayne BenzJacquelyn BergsteinJean Berman and Aric PressDawn BesthoffJay BiegelsonErica BigleyRoslyn BiskinVictoria BlackBlackRock, Inc.Alexis BlairKirk BleemerEmma BloombergBloomberg, LPBlue Point Capital PartnersLauren Blum and C. William MertenThe Blum Family FoundationSteve BocknekSteve BodowBombasBorealis PhilanthropyJames BradyErica BraudyMary BresnanThe Brokaw Family FoundationBronx Academy of Arts and DanceBrooklyn Game LabAlan BrownJennifer BrownMorgan BrownMaya Browne and Laurence PelsMargaret BrushStephen BuchmanChristopher BuergerAndrea and Mike BumanMichelle BurrellMarlee BuschingHeather CabreraNadia CamilleChristian CapassoSeth CaplanJoseph CardilloJosué CardonaMarjorie CarielloClaire ChamberlainCharities Aid Foundation AmericaCharles Hayden FoundationMark ChristouRichard Chused and Elizabeth LangerDavid CiancioBarbara Clapp and David AdamsClayton Dubilier and Rice Holdings LPCoach Foundation Inc. (Dream it Real)Phil Coakley and Julia KellyMay CohanStephanie Cohen and Eric GloverSteven and Alexandra Cohen FoundationInes CohronCaroline ColemanVictoria ColonJennifer ColyerCommunity Foundation of Howard CountyCon EdisonBill ConningtonKathleen ConnollyThomas ConnollyConrad N. Hilton FoundationJoan Ganz Cooney and Holly Peterson FundBergen CooperElizabeth CooperShiraz CooperWade CooperSara CorelloThomas CorichiAnna Cornelius-SchecterCorporate Synergies GroupEdward CorpusCenia CorreaMarie and William CowanNadine CowanStephen CoxCRC Insurance GroupAnthony CrowellGustavo CruzFrances L. & Edwin L. Cummings Memorial FundSally CurrierNirupa and Zachary CuttlerTianna DaleyThe Dammann FundRonnie DaneSusan DanoffStuart DavidsonJen and Mike DavisLinda DavisBeatriz de la Torre and Jed FreedlanderMónica de la Torre and Herbert AllenBarbara DeBevoiseTrisha and Marc N. DeBevoiseJane DeFlorioDelancey Street AssociatesJennifer and Richard DeMartiniLeigh and Chad DeMartiniDeMartini Family FoundationJudith DenskyMarie DeRosaDesigns that Donate LLCDeutsche Bank Americas FoundationDiamondston Foundation, Inc.Jennifer DicksonMike DicorciaEmily DinanDirect ReliefDiSalvo FoundationLucy DobrinDianne and Irwin DolgoffVirginia DonnellySimon Doonan Ruth and Kyle DoppeltJulia DoucetteErin DowdingThe Drawing CenterThe Duchossois Family FoundationDaniel DuGoffHaley and Clay DukesLaura DukessAlexis and Jonathan DurhamKatharine EarnhardtDiane and Jason EchevarriaSusan and Joseph EdelmanThe Edelman Family FoundationThe Edouard FoundationElaine EisenElasticsearchMathew ElderAndrea ElishHerb Elish and Eloise HirshNora and Harold ElishELMA PhilanthropiesKathy and Henry ElsesserBeth EnsonSusan and Alvin EpsteinKevin ErstJesus EsparzaJonathan Evans and Laura PedoneEverlaneSim EzrattyCarol and Robert FaberFior FabianFacebookEliza and Jason FactorJonas and Julie FajgenbaumMarigo FarrRachel FederlinKathleen Feely and Richard LehmannRandi and Stuart FeinerBenjamin Felt and Carla MilanSheri and Robert FemiaJulissa FernandezJoy FerroGabrielle FialkoffFig & OliveFrances FineJanet FinkDavid FischerCaroline FisherEdward FisherLillie FleshlerGuillaume FonkenellHollis and Jim ForbesSophia FormanStephen FowlerFran-Man FoundationLawrence FreedlandKaren Freedman and Roger WeisbergEllen and Emory FreemanSusan FreimarkZoe FriedSam FrommerBen FrostJudith FrostFund for Shared Insight Luisa Furstenberg-BeckmanAdrienne GaffneyClaudia GanzGap Inc.Paul GarmonEsther GartmanTom GatesPeter GeeJeffrey GelfandJeremy GellerGwen GentileKimberly Germ-CramerBernard Gershon and Cassandra KellyGerstner Family FoundationSealy and Timothy GillesBernard F. & Alva B. Gimbel FoundationStephen GinsbergDaniel GlaserHerbert GleasonCarolyn and Richard GlicksteinLaurie Gluck and Peter ConsensteinBrooke GogelGeorgia and Don GogelDena GoldMarlene Gold and Michael StalonasJennifer GoldbaumRandy GoldbergElaine GoldmanGary GoldsmithJeffrey GolenbockGolenbock Eiseman Assor Bell & Peskoe LLPDanielle GonzalesWendy GonzalezAndrew GoodmanLorna and David GoodrichMariel and Peter GoodsonKaren GooenGoogleLaura GordonLaurie GordonAndrew GormanSelma and Leon GortlerSusan GrabelDale GrantSabrina GratiaGray FoundationRichard GrayMyrna and Steve GreenbergErdene GreeneBrett GreenfieldEmily GriesingDenise GrisalesLeslie Gruss and Michael KramerSolomon R. Guggenheim MuseumGregory GuliaDaphna Gutman and Jonathan SchwartzSheila GutterAnne HabbertonDon HamburgDavid HammondIsmael HammoudiKimberly HanZahra HaqueChristine HarperThomas HarrisonHarry’sClare HartAvital HavushaMaegan HaywardDavid HealyDavid HeathThe Heckscher Foundation for ChildrenThe Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable TrustLorraine HenricksLorna HenryCrystal HeppeHerbert Allen FoundationHERE Arts CenterEd HerroJoyce HeymanHannah HillBarbara Hill and David ZurndorferMatthew HingerDominique and Gary HirschkronJohn HockTodd HoisingtonPeter HolcombYolanda HollandRichard Hollingsworth and Kathleen MolonyOlivia HowellStephanie HudsonThe Hyde and Watson Foundation ICM PartnersKaren IglehartGregory ImberLinda and Elliott IngermanZach IngrasciClarissa IntriagoBen IrelandToby IrvingJana JagendorfAlice JenaAdam JoelChana Joffe-WaltCheri JonesRoxanne JosephRobert JossenJPMorgan ChaseNicole KabalkinBen KadowJames KagenMarryum KahloonTimur KalimovAngie KamathBarbara KaneSusan KaneJocelyn KaoutzanisAlexandra KaplanJulie Karns and John BrenceAdam KassoffBrooke and David KatzRachel and Drew KatzSusan KatzBrittany and Jeff KatzinIrene KaufmanLeora and Derek KaufmanMJ KaufmanLaura KeeleyKeith Haring FoundationFredric Russell KelloggMeredith KennedyAvalon KennyMarion E. Kenworthy-Sarah H. Swift Foundation Karan Sue KesslerJeremy KiddMichelle KiefelLeRoy Kim and Lindsey BoylanChristopher KingRuth and Harold KingsbergThe Kingsberg Foundation Gloria and Manfred KirchheimerAndrea and Peter KleinThe Walter C. Klein FoundationJohn KoesterGail and Steven KollerVictoria KopkeJudith KostmanMichelle KotsikonasTalia KovacsEmma KraftRichard KraininDavid KramerMarlene KramerLori KraneDorothy and Jerome KretchmerJennifer Kroman and David WermuthCaroline KronleyCynthia KrupatSeth KugelR.P. KurshanNicholas KusnetzL4 FoundationBarbara LandauKaren Lavine and Donald KilpatrickJoan LeakeThe M J and Caral G Lebworth FoundationWilliam LeeJudy and Stephen LeffNoah Leff and Misook JiRoxanne and Ben LeffThe Legal Aid Society Crime DefenseEdith and Herbert Lehman FoundationEdward LeibmanJessica LeibowitzHarriet and Neil LeonardDeborah and Louis LeoneGary LevineRachel Levine and Andrew CeresneyScott LevineAlly LewisJennifer Lewis-FisherLi LiangGwen LibstagTom LiederbachLinden Arts Fund for ChildrenCarolina and Marcus LinehanRebecca LissnerAaron ListhausLenore Zug Lobel and Elliot LobelJacqueline LoebGina LombardoMarissa LombardoDavid LonerganJessenia LopezJeanne Louks-BruceSandy and Ben LovellDavid LudwigBarbara LupoffThe Luta Sempre Charitable FundRobert LynchTattin and Pete LyonRenata LyrioJeffrey MacklisSean MacraeMacy’s Inc.Katherine MagoonElla MagunRufaro MakandaRosalie J. & C. Daniel Maldari Family Charitable FoundationManhattan Comprehensive Night & Day SchoolManhattan Theatre ClubSandra MannEmily ManningMarc ManseauAnthony MarconiCamilla Marcus and Josh SiegelMarders, The Landscape Store, Inc.Hannah MargolinThe Glenn Markman FoundationKimberley MarterRebecca MartinSarah Marie Martin and Nicholas BrophyAlison Mass and Sal BommaritoMaveron LLCBernard McCarthyKerry McCarthyTristan McCormickChirlane McCrayArt McEwenLesa and Greg McHaleBetsey McKearnanMadeleine McMillanAdam MehrfarEmily MenandBethany and Euan MenziesMerck FoundationMeringoff Family Foundation Tim Messler and Tara MarchionnaMessler Family FoundationBarbara Michelson and James HeffronMicrosoftDiane Mihalow and John ArcoleoMilbank LLPErin MilesDaren MillerEmily MillerJohn MillerChristina and Jamie MinnisRichard Mittenthal and Patricia GlazerMizuho USA Foundation, Inc.MJS FoundationMatthew MoiseyJohanna MoncadaEugenia MontesinosRobert MooreKelsey MoralesCheryl and William MoreauSandra and Jeffrey MoriNancy MorowitzDavid MorrisPhyllis MorrisMarshall MoseleyEllen MullerAlex NachtPaula NascimentoWendy NashMelissa NatJyothsna NatauriSamit NathirmalNational Black TheatreDara NegriAleysa Negron CarreroElizabeth M. NellisAshleigh and Justin NelsonIsabel NelsonNetwork For GoodHelen Neuberger and James Stambler NeubergerNancy NeubertLois NeumannLiz NeumarkThe New York Bar FoundationThe New York Community TrustNew MuseumNew York Law SchoolNew York State Health FoundationZachary NewickRobert NewmanJan NicholsonNippon Steel & Sumitomo Metal U.S.A., Inc.Ann and William NolingStephanie NormanSusan Notkin and Eric HaralsonNYC Reality Hub- Schusterman FoundationNYU Community FundCarole O’BlenesKristin O’DonoghueOathLisa OchsGrace OedelCaleb OglesbyKristen OhAmy OngiriErin OrmsbyNatalie OrrZefora OrtizSamantha OteroOver The Rainbow Entertainment LLCAnne OvercashAyisha OwensChuck PageThe Palette FundDiane PalladinoNicholas PalmacciErin PalmerNeil ParikhAnisha PatelSid PatelPatterson Belknap Webb & Tyler LLPPaul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLPRussell PearceLauren PeelenDonald A. Pels Charitable TrustPepsiCoTyler PerezPaola PeroniShane PerosAlyssa PerryKara and Matthew PerryBrittney Pescatore and Avi ZevinJohn PeschelVirginia PfeifferPiper FundHunter Philbrick and Clementine DrackettBlake PhillipsErin PhillipsAmy PillerPillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLPThe Pinkerton FoundationChristie PlattJessica PolanieckiSandra PolsakCharles PomerantzFran PomerantzEleanor PopeLeah and Clayton PopeMaryann PopeWendell Pope and Shari PineSusan and Peter PorcinoLisa PorisLynette PorteousAlexis and Jeff PorterThe Posel FoundationStephen PowersPhillip and Joann PucciarelliPurnima PuriJill PuttermanQuad Family FoundationQueens MuseumJohn QuinnSamantha RaicesLaura and Jeffrey RaiderKathryn RameyRyan RauchThe Ready FoundationCristiana and Catherine Recanati-FittaRedlich Horwitz FoundationTussanee ReedboonMatthew ReidPatrick ReimerAnastasia RhemElise RichmanValerie RichmanMeredith RiesAdam RiffMichael RimlandAldyn RingerGloria RobertsRobin Hood FoundationMarian Robinson and Susan VahrenkampJacob RomanLeigh RomeFabio RosatiHarley RoseMichal RosennJennifer RosensteinRoundabout Theatre CompanyPaula RoyThe Rubin Museum of ArtHarriette RubinsteinScott Ruskay-KiddBarbara RyanDaniel RyanKaren SachsSusan SafrenAdrienne SalingerJosephine SandlerLori SandlerCatherine SangüezaJacklyn SantiagoLuke SarsfieldSavillsJulie ScelfoThe Morris and Alma Schapiro FundMiriam Schapiro GrosofGail Schargel and William PowellJacquelyn and Carl SchiffmanSarah SchmidtKathleen and Michael SchoenOlivia SchoenigElaine and Rudy SchottAlixx Schottland-Pomerantz and Matthew PomerantzNadia SchreiberChristopher SchroederHope SchroyMark Schubin and Karen McLaughlinErika Schultz and Thomas BacknerJudith SchultzMatt SchwabPeter SchwartzMarcus SchwarzPaul SchwiepMelissa ScottColton SeabaughShelby SellsElizabeth and Gaurav SethRon ShaichJeanine ShamaDavid Shapiro and Liz LangeJosh SharpTracey SharpeSusan ShawAkiko ShimizuRise’ ShulerKarlan SickLeila SiddikyJeremy SiegmanChris SilbermannAndrew SilversteinHaley and Farzad SimanAndie and Charles SimonEllen SimonJoanna SimonSimpson Thacher & Bartlett LLPMohan SivaloganathanErin and Chris SmithPamela SmithSnap Inc.Jed SnersonColleena SniderKate SnyderSusan SokolMelissa and Adam SollMary and David SolomonKatie SperlingKatie SpillaneKate and Gary SpindlerEleonora SpyresElizabeth and Daniel SquadronLisa SrikenSusan StainmanSomer StampleyAnne and Rob SteelsAdam SteinDeborah SteinbergThe Barry and Mimi Sternlicht FoundationKelly Stevens and Peter LupoffMarlene and Robert StolzThe STOMP CompanyStonewall Community FoundationPatricia SucreJustine and James SugrueSullivan & Cromwell LLPSolon E. Summerfield Foundation, Inc.Myra SungNancy and Robert SuppaAndrew SwartzNabiha SyedSynchronyRiva TanChrissy TantilloHaleh TavakolMandana TavakolJudith Tax-Wiener and Nancy WienerChris TempleTravis Terry and Rebecca VelezAlbert ThomasBradley ThomasClaire ThomasAllen Thorpe and Meghan MackayJansen A ThurmerLaurie and Kenneth TibbittsTiffany & Co.Tiger FoundationTishman Speyer The TJX FoundationKate and Eric TodrysVianey TorovThomas ToyeLloyd TreadwellDavid TrinhPatricia and Kent TroupJane TuckerRena TuckerUnitedHealth GroupEver VacaCynthia ValdezNora ValenciaMegan VanderkampVera Institute of Justice Verizon MediaViacomCBSSue and David ViniarMary VoceRoss WallinBrenda and Harold WaltWalt Family TrustThe Otto and Fran Walter FoundationWalton Family Foundation, Inc.Warby ParkerThe Andy Warhol Foundation For The Visual Arts, Inc.Susan and William WebsterEric Weingartner and Jennifer SchultzHerbert Weingartner and Laurie KaplanJane WeinstockJason WeisenfeldWells Fargo Philanthropy FundGregory WendtCindy and Devin WenigWePayDavid WerberBetsy Werthan and Bart SchwartzSusan WestMathilda WestermanAdam D. White Charitable FundCorinne WhiteHelen White and Carl LevineLaura Anne WhiteMichaele White-RisbrookThe Whitney MuseumEthan WienerWilliams Lea Jerome WilsonSean WindsorEthan WingfieldWinston and StrawnAlan WintersCooper WintersonJoanne Witty and Eugene KeilinBeverly WolffDiana WongVeronica Woods and Herman WoodsIlaria and Adam WoodwardYee Ting WuMing XiongAlison YagerHope YatesRegina YoskowitzYourCause, LLCKrystal ZamoraZara USA, Inc.Letao ZhangAndrew ZhuAnn ZiffTessa and Ian ZillaAlan ZuckerThe Mark Zurack and Kathy Ferguson Foundation

GOVERNMENT FUNDERS

  • District Attorney of New York County
  • New York City Council
  • NYC Administration for Children’s Services
  • NYC Department for the Aging
  • NYC Department of Cultural Affairs
  • NYC Department of Education
  • NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene
  • NYC Department of Housing Preservation and Development
  • NYC Department of Youth and Community Development
  • NYS Council on the Arts
  • NYS Department of Health
  • NYS Education Department
  • NYS Office for the Aging
  • NYS Office of Children and Family Services
  • NYS Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance
  • NYS Office of the Attorney General
  • The Mayor’s Fund to Advance New York City
  • US Department of Agriculture
  • US Department of Education
  • US Department of Health and Human Services
  • US Federal Emergency Management Assistance
  • US National Endowment for the Arts
  • NYC Department of Youth and Community Development
  • NYS Council on the Arts
  • NYS Department of Health
  • NYS Education Department
  • NYS Office for the Aging
  • NYS Office of Children and Family Services
  • NYS Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance
  • NYS Office of the Attorney General
  • The Mayor’s Fund to Advance New York City
  • US Department of Agriculture
  • US Department of Education
  • US Department of Health and Human Services
  • US Federal Emergency Management Assistance
  • US National Endowment for the Arts
  • The Mayor’s Fund to Advance New York City
  • US Department of Agriculture
  • US Department of Education
  • US Department of Health and Human Services
  • US Federal Emergency Management Assistance
  • US National Endowment for the Arts

WITH YOUR SUPPORT,
ANYTHING IS POSSIBLE.

Your support ensures that we’ll always be open to the people who need us most. Your partnership is the reason more than 11,000 young adults and teens are able to access resources and opportunities that empower them to lead successful lives. This report is a snapshot of the integrated, effective work you make possible every day.

THE DOOR Board of Directors

Marc. N. DeBevoise
President

Hunter Philbrick
Treasurer

Clayton Pope
Secretary
Louis Leone
Vice President of Development

Sarah Marie Martin

Mónica de la Torre

Nora Abousteit
Maya Browne
Benfamin Felt
Hollis Forbes

Leslie Gruss
Bethany Menzies
Susan Notkin

David Shapiro
Kelly Stevens
M. David Zurndorfer

BROOME STREET ACADEMY BOARD OF TRUSTEES

M. David Zurndorfer
President

Mónica de la Torre
Vice President

Noah Leff
Secretary

Cathy Aquila
Secretary

Katie Jaxheimer Agarwal
Vanda Belusic-Vollor
Lauren Blum
Stephanie Durden Barfield

Herb Elish
Jeffrey Katzin
Marlene Nadel
Joaquin Pichardo

John Quinn
Gail Schargel
Elaine Schott