life changing

finding new ways to make a difference

Changing lives is not new for Sheppard Pratt Health System. We have been providing hope and healing to people in need for more than a century. Best of all: we are just getting started.

Our hospital was founded on Moses Sheppard’s life-changing directive—to treat those who were suffering from mental illnesses with dignity and respect, where everyone had access to sunlight and fresh air, and where science and experience were combined for the best possible results. His bequest, and later Enoch Pratt’s endowment, created a strong tradition of philanthropy that still exists today at Sheppard Pratt. His vision of compassionately serving the mental health needs of patients propels our journey forward.

We are fueled by our mission to provide the best care for those we serve and ensure easier access to mental health, substance use, special education, developmental disability, and social services. Our programs, therapies, and services continue evolving to help our patients, students, residents, and clients thrive in their homes and communities.

We are building a new, state-of-the-art campus in the capital region. We are continuing to integrate our services to provide care whenever and wherever needed. We are pioneering an integrated approach to mental, behavioral, and physical care. These are just a few of the ways Sheppard Pratt is leading the field and developing services and resources to improve lives.

a life-changing year

From the Chair of the Board of Trustees

Dear Friends,

This July, I had the honor and privilege to take the helm as the new Chairman of the Board of Trustees for Sheppard Pratt Health System. As someone who grew up in the Baltimore area, I was familiar with Sheppard Pratt. However, it wasn’t until the opportunity presented itself to be part of the Board that I truly understood the expansive network of mental health, substance use, special education, developmental disability, and social services that we provide to thousands of people every day.

For me, joining the Board was personal. My family was affected by a tragedy as a result of a mental illness. I am also a volunteer firefighter and have seen the devastation that the opioid epidemic is leaving behind. It does not discriminate.

These experiences have strengthened my resolve that we need to do more, and we can do more—as individuals and as a health system.

As you will read in this report, we are building a new, state-of-the-art behavioral health campus to meet unmet needs. We are expanding and integrating our programs and services into the community. Importantly, we are improving outcomes with our measurement-based care, and we are providing access to accurate and meaningful information.

This is a pivotal point in time for us. We have an opportunity to change lives forever.
And not only for the individuals we serve but also for their families and for generations to come.

Together, we can broaden our impact. Together, we can serve more people and provide life-changing care.


Joshua Kakel
Chair, Board of Trustees

message from our president and ceo

Dear Friends,

A young mother found herself at Sheppard Pratt Health System after suffering from severe post-partum depression following the birth of her second child. Her treatment helped her remain symptom free for over 10 years. During that time, she got married and raised four daughters.

A young teen was diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder following trauma in her childhood. After enrolling in our residential treatment center and day school, she began trusting adults, stopped running away, and focused on her schoolwork. She was able to graduate, get a certificate in nursing, and transition to being a successful adult.

A single father developed depression and paranoia after his son left home following graduation. He lost his job, his home, and sense of purpose. Through therapy, medication, and our residential and employment programs, he now has a job, lives independently, and gives back to his community.

It is these interactions with our health system that changes the trajectory of people’s lives. Life changing. By definition it means “having a powerful effect.” This is what we strive for every day at Sheppard Pratt Health System—to improve the quality of life of individuals, their families, and our communities.

Life-changing care begins at the individual level with access to quality mental health, substance use, special education, developmental disability, and social services. From there, the impact can be far-reaching and long-lasting. Life-changing care can ensure meaningful changes to the conditions in which people are born, live, learn, work, and play. And life-changing care can fundamentally impact the health and growth of communities. This is at the heart of what we do every day.

At a time when there are so many barriers standing between those we serve and access to life-changing care, I am grateful. I am grateful to our Board of Trustees for the opportunity to realize our mission. And I am also grateful to those who support our mission through philanthropic efforts and volunteering. Together, with your support, we can serve every person who comes through our doors and deliver transformative care.

We are truly reimagining what it means to develop and sustain a continuum of care that keeps people healthy throughout their lives. Today, tomorrow, and in the years ahead, we are committed to a better tomorrow and a brighter future for those we serve.

Harsh K. Trivedi, MD, MBA
President and CEO
Sheppard Pratt Health System

2018 leadership & board of trustees

Officers and executive staff

  • Harsh K. Trivedi, MD, MBA President & Chief Executive Officer
  • Thomas D. Hess, MBA, MEd Chief of Staff
  • Armando E. Colombo Executive Vice President &
    Chief Operating Officer
  • Ernestine Y. Cosby, PMH-APRN Vice President & Chief Nursing Officer
  • Antonio DePaolo, PhD Chief Transformation Officer
  • Ray Dziesinski, MBA, F-HFMA, F-NACD Vice President & Chief Financial Officer
  • Jessica Kapustin Chief Marketing Officer
  • Bonnie Katz Senior Vice President,
    Strategy & Business Development
  • Donna L. Richardson, MBA Vice President &
    Chief Development Officer
  • Robert P. Roca, MD, MPH, MBA Vice President &
    Chief Medical Officer
  • Karen Robertson-Keck, SPHR,
    Vice President, Human Resources
  • Jeff Richardson, LCSW-C, MBA Executive Director,
    Mosaic Community Services
  • Scott Rose Executive Director, Way Station
  • Kylie McCleaf, MA, CPRP Executive Director, Family Services

Board of Trustees

  • The Honorable J. Frederick Motz (Chair)
  • Joshua Kakel (Vice-Chair)
  • Alfred Singer (Vice-Chair)
  • Emile A. Bendit
  • Kevin Benson
  • S. Winfield Cain
  • Penelope Cordish
  • Alan Evans
  • Susan Fenimore
  • Alan Gamse
  • Philip H. Grantham
  • Robert Hamilton
  • Bonita Hearn
  • Robert Kresslein
  • Cristin Lambros
  • William Morton
  • Collin Mothupi
  • Robert Schaftel
  • Gail L. Shawe
  • John W. Steele, III
  • Gary Talles
  • Jim Wiederhold
  • Susan Gay Williams
  • Pamela P. Young

associate Trustees

  • Margaret Allen
  • Timothy R. Hearn
  • Norma Peden Killebrew
  • Holly Lanigan
  • Brian Le Gette

Board of Directors of the Affiliate Agencies of Sheppard Pratt Health System

Mosaic Community Services, Inc.
  • Alton Knight (Chair)
  • Joe Foss
  • Philip H. Grantham
  • Kathy LaViña
  • Michael LaViña
  • Alicia Lucksted
  • Robert P. Roca
  • Peggy Sparr
  • Jud Williams
  • Rob Williams
  • Pamela P. Young
  • Zosia Zaks
Way Station, Inc.
  • Martha Kirkland (Chair)
  • Bethamy Beam
  • Elliott Dickler
  • Lindsay Hardesty
  • William L. Haugh, Jr.
  • Frederic Hinze
  • Robert Kresslein
  • Connie Pauley
  • Antonio Simpkins
  • David Weiss
  • Andrew L. Woolard
Family Services, Inc.
  • Roxanne Dryden-Edwards (Chair)
  • Armando E. Colombo
  • Darryck L. Farmer, Sr.
  • Leslie J. Graham
  • Suzanne J. Harvey
  • Carol Hayes
  • Tamara Jack
  • Mitchell J. Lahr
  • Danielle LaSure-Bryant
  • Dean Manson
  • Joseph N. McBride
  • Andrew Milisits
  • R. Manny Montero
  • Gerald A. Noll
  • Dana Pauley
  • William A. Reinsch
  • Marie Schram
  • Makale Sy
  • Harsh K. Trivedi
  • Peggy Van Ness

expanding access to world-class care

A study published in the journal Psychiatric Services found that more than 8 million Americans suffer from feelings of depression, anxiety, and worthlessness. Headlines across the nation are also capturing the incredible need for behavioral health care—roughly 72,000 deaths in 2017 due to drug overdoses and nearly 45,000 suicides since 2016. The need for Sheppard Pratt’s care and services has never been greater.

Access to world-class mental health, substance use, special education, developmental disability, and social services is what we deliver every day. From our start as a single hospital, our reach now extends beyond a statewide presence to provide resources that impact the lives of people locally, nationally, and internationally. In addition to expanding our innovative new programs and services, our health system is also growing—with new schools, clinics, specialized programs, and outpatient care locations across 387 sites of service.

new campus by the numbers


crisis walk-in clinic with same-day access for urgent assessments


specialized partial hospital programs for adolescents, adults, and patients with addictions, psychosis, and eating disorders


inpatient beds for treatment of adolescents, young adults, adults, and patients with addictions and psychosis


new jobs for the area

In 2018, we took another bold step to ensure behavioral health care is accessible for all. Sheppard Pratt broke ground on a new 40-acre site in the capital region. Our new campus in Howard County, supported in part from philanthropic gifts, will house a state-of-the-art hospital and medical office building, plus two additional building pads for future expansion.

When our new location opens in 2020, it will further expand our life-changing services to meet the ever-increasing needs and provide another access point for our mental health, addiction services, and outpatient care.

By bringing a wide range of mental health and behavioral health resources to a new environment, Sheppard Pratt’s new campus will be a haven for those in need. And with room to grow, it will continue to meet the evolving needs of a changing community.

providing an integrated system of care

On any given night, more than 40,000 veterans are homeless. In 2016, roughly 450,000 were unemployed. Of the veterans who served in Iraq or Afghanistan, 20 percent suffer from either major depression or post-traumatic stress disorder, and 25 percent returned showing signs of a substance use disorder.

Every day, veterans returning from war are experiencing service-related mental health disorders, and they do not know where to turn. They are faced with a fragmented system of care when it comes to accessing and coordinating medical and mental health care as well as other support services.

At Sheppard Pratt, we are guided by a fundamental belief to meet the unmet need. We recognize the importance of seamlessly linking and bridging services to provide an integrated system of care.

Our new, first-of-its-kind Veterans Services Center in the Baltimore metro area is a one-stop shop to coordinate all of the vital services veterans need. We help them find and access mental health and addiction services, provide assistance with housing needs, and supply vocational training and employment services. Case managers guide veterans through the Department of Veterans Affairs system, and the center offers support services for their families. Our center helps stabilize not just the veteran, but the entire household.

Veterans aren’t the only ones who need a seamless system of care. Throughout our health system, we have put together a continuum of services to provide support near where people live and work.

Our robust system weaves within and across communities, and across our hospital and community-based services to treat the whole person. Programs like Chesapeake Connections help people with severe mental illness address their individual health care and life needs. Besides mental health care, additional assistance can include setting up doctor appointments, arranging transportation, or identifying volunteer opportunities and social outings. Our Health Home Program addresses all of an individual’s health care needs—behavioral, physical, and social—to help people live healthier and more fulfilling lives.

With an integrated system of care, we can work with each person to develop the best approach to achieve desired outcomes and change lives.

anticipating needs in the community

Sheppard Pratt Health System remains committed to delivering the best possible care and support to make a difference in people’s lives. We are reaching out into our communities and looking for new ways to help people meet life’s challenges. Our proactive approach is creating new initiatives that are solving problems and improving the lives of those we serve. Here are just a few examples.

alternatives to opioids

The problem: Opioid addiction has reached epidemic levels. According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, more than 115 people die each day after overdosing on opioids. The use of opioids among older adults continues to grow as well, and the need to find alternative pain management treatments for this population is more important than ever.

The solution: Sheppard Pratt Health System is taking a safer, more effective approach to pain management. Dr. Joshana Goga, a clinical pharmacy program manager with Sheppard Pratt, works with geriatric patients to provide alternative treatments to opioids. “It starts with a better understanding of symptoms and sources of pain,” said Dr. Goga. “And that includes differentiating physical pain from that of an internal pain caused by depression, bipolar disorder, and anxiety. When we know more about their pain, we can pinpoint the treatment.”

Dr. Goga and her team’s research and clinical experience has evolved into a pain management methodology that provides a process and guidelines for assessing and treating chronic pain among older adults. As a result, hospitalized geriatric patients at Sheppard Pratt have been prescribed non-opioid pharmacologic treatments and alternative solutions such as physical therapy, weight loss, and psychological therapy. The result? Effective pain management and zero opioids prescribed since the program’s launch in 2016.

The success: As our understanding of pain and its treatments have evolved, we now know that opioids are addictive, aren’t effective, and require a tapering plan. Opioid addiction among older adults can be especially dangerous as seniors are more susceptible to drugs and their negative side effects. One man who was living in a haze and unable to take care of his pets turned to Sheppard Pratt for help with his addiction. Sheppard Pratt weaned him off opioids in a supervised and comfortable environment and responsibly addressed his pain in a way that met his needs—allowing him to return home and enjoy quality time with his animals.

we have been providing hope and healing to people in need for more than a century.

Kids Spot Offers a Safe Haven

The problem: During domestic violence, child abuse, and divorce cases, parents without child care often had no other choice but to bring their children into court. This caused children to hear things that could often be confusing and upsetting.

The solution: A children’s waiting room within the Montgomery County Circuit Court. Sheppard Pratt, through its subsidiary Family Services, Inc., operates “Kids Spot” to provide a safe place for children ages 2–12 to enjoy snacks and engage in age-appropriate activities while their parents are in court. Kids Spot has two full-time staff members and can accommodate 10–16 children at one time, depending on their ages.

The success: Each year, Kids Spot shields more than 1,000 children from possible traumatic experiences in a safe, welcoming play environment.

Safe Passages, Safe Exchanges

The problem: When the court orders custody and visitation arrangements for high-conflict families, it can be difficult for both parents and children. Emotionally charged exchanges sometimes spark serious incidents. Some require police intervention. And sadly, some have resulted in tragedy.

The solution: Under contract with the Montgomery County government, Sheppard Pratt Health System—through Family Services, Inc.— is providing a sanctuary for supervised visitations and monitored exchanges. The Safe Passage Center is a venue where parents can safely exchange or visit their children. The program is located at a center with advanced security measures, separate entrances and parking lots, and staggered drop-off times. The professional, multilingual staff ensures the safety of each child in a neutral setting. Visiting parents can spend time with their children in the center’s cheery playrooms while participating in age-appropriate activities. For many parents, the Safe Passage Center has eliminated the fear, stress, and logistics of exchanges and visitations. Last year, Safe Passage and the Betty Ann Krahnke Center (a safe haven for domestic violence victims, operated by Sheppard Pratt Health System) helped 745 vulnerable individuals navigate difficult family and/or domestic violence situations.

The success: The Safe Passage Center strives to be accessible for all, and the center’s staff can provide services in English, Spanish, and French. For example, our Spanish-speaking staff were directly involved with one family from their first phone call to the father’s weekly supervised visitations with his three children in the center’s playroom and playground. Following the completion of his mandated supervised visits and other court-ordered services, the father was granted unsupervised time and joint custody. Afterward, he stopped by to thank the team for helping him stay connected to his children. The center allowed him to continue being a father, while he worked with the court system to help his family transition to the new custody structure.

Segue Eases Transitions

The problem: Some patients are especially difficult to discharge because of the complexity of their situations and the capacity of community mental health agencies. This often lengthens the time a patient spends at the hospital, despite the best efforts of everyone involved.

The solution: To help people re-enter their communities, Sheppard Pratt—through its subsidiary Way Station, Inc.—and the state of Maryland have developed Segue, an innovative public-private partnership that pilots a transitional living program for patients of state psychiatric hospitals. Segue is housed in a 16-bed cottage on the grounds of Springfield Hospital Center in Carroll County. The cottage is a homelike setting, where former Springfield patients benefit from evidence-based practice interventions that help people manage their illnesses and develop independent living skills. Segue also works with other community agencies to coordinate longer-term living arrangements. By the end of their 90-day stays, Segue residents have the skills they need to integrate into the community, and the community agencies are prepared to help them succeed.

With the success of Segue, Sheppard Pratt and the state of Maryland are opening a second location, also at Springfield Hospital. The “Segue II” cottage will serve former patients from Springfield, but will also welcome former patients from Spring Grove Hospital Center in Catonsville, Maryland; the Thomas B. Finan Center in Cumberland, Maryland; and Eastern Shore Hospital Center in Cambridge, Maryland.

The success: Jan was in state hospital care for several years before coming to Segue. In addition to serious mental illness, she had a history of drug addiction and suffered from a traumatic brain injury caused by one of several suicide attempts. Segue staff helped her manage symptoms such as impulse control, develop independent living skills, and maintain sobriety. Through Segue and the support of its staff, Jan successfully transitioned to a long-term supported housing arrangement in her chosen community. Thanks to the skills she learned, she is maintaining her safety and sobriety, and is restoring her relationships with her children.

Overcoming Challenges to Access

The problem: It can be challenging to access quality mental health care services. But what if you were also incarcerated or had a prior arrest record that further obstructed your access to care? Many of those who are most in need have the most difficult paths to recovery.

The solution: Sheppard Pratt Health System, through its subsidiary Mosaic Community Services, Inc., is changing lives by reaching out to those who are most in need, in their own environments, and addressing every barrier—even jail time—to recovery.

Forensic Assertive Community Treatment (FACT) teams provide multidisciplinary care. They look at mental illness challenges, but they also assess other obstacles to improvement. Does that person have a support network? Live below poverty level? Have somewhere to sleep? Enough to eat? Feel safe? FACT teams also work with the parole office and drug and mental health courts to facilitate alternatives to jail time.

By connecting people with the resources they need, they have the best chance to get better, thrive, and become productive members of society.

The success: When Sherry first started working with the assertive community treatment team, she was severely depressed and suffering from feelings of worthlessness related to prior traumas. She couldn’t leave her house and would cry herself to sleep. With help from her team, Sherry gradually became more engaged in her treatment, learned mindfulness skills, and began to regulate her moods. She also began to have bigger visions for herself. She moved into a positive living environment and started participating in daily and social activities. And, she was even able to attend traditional outpatient therapy appointments. Sherry graduated from the program and continues to thrive—a living example of the transformative power of assertive community treatment.

Telepsychiatry Removes Barriers

The problem: It is difficult to access mental health professionals. For that reason, many people in rural areas often go untreated for anxiety, depression, psychosis, and other mental illnesses that require medication.

The solution: To reach these underserved populations, Sheppard Pratt Health System has been ramping up a program that provides access to psychiatric treatment in rural and other underserved areas without hours of travel. Telepsychiatry consists of real-time appointments between patients and psychiatrists conducted via video conferencing.

Some of these sessions are conducted at locations selected to treat underserved populations, such as Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) in rural areas of Maryland. Patients have private rooms with 40-inch monitors equipped with cameras and microphones. They speak with psychiatrists at Sheppard Pratt who have similar setups at the Towson campus. A suite of five rooms is dedicated to telepsychiatry, and the rooms are often all being used simultaneously.

Based on the session, the psychiatrist can set up another appointment, use their e-prescribing platform and even arrange for higher levels of care—including admission to inpatient settings. Patient-reported satisfaction and success has been high, with many who had been suffering in isolation and silence now having access to care and able to return to their daily lives.

The success: With a grant from the Maryland Community Health Resources Commission, Sheppard Pratt—through Mosaic—is providing assistance to family services in Montgomery County in the fight against opioid abuse. With telemedicine, people can get help with their opioid addiction now without waiting weeks—even a month—for treatment.

utilizing valuable patient perspectives

At Sheppard Pratt Health System, patients are encouraged to play an integral role in their treatment process. By providing valuable information and assessments through questionnaires about their own mental health, patients help our health system improve treatment with the individual’s goals and feedback in mind.

While more hospitals and health systems across the U.S. have implemented some level of patient-reported outcomes, Sheppard Pratt is at the forefront of this collaborative approach. We are customizing sophisticated technologies for a complex psychiatric environment. Our ability to integrate patient feedback into electronic medical records quickly and efficiently helps clinicians assess and adjust treatment according to the patient’s responses.

With the real-time integration of data, patients and practitioners can work together easily and efficiently to improve communication in both inpatient and outpatient scenarios. Our patients appreciate knowing their perspectives are not just heard, but are acted upon to inform treatment.

Patients’ real-time responses not only improve their own treatment but can also impact future care for all. Using de-identified data from patient-reported outcomes, a national registry of information is being compiled to propel mental health care forward, help improve outcomes, and set best practices. Sheppard Pratt Health System is leading the nation as the founding member of the American Psychiatric Association’s new mental health registry PsychPRO. The registry is revolutionizing care using the data and helping to drive innovation and treatment. By looking at de-identified data, we can individualize care and develop treatments that allow our patients to get better the first time and stay better longer.


  • 108,092 inpatient days
  • 136,282 education/student days


Older Adults (65+) 1,247 108,429
Adults (18-64) 34,451 807,022
Adolescents (12-17) 4,785 165,119
Children (4-12) 4,318 115,933
Young Children (0-4) 1,042 46,932
health system
financial highlights
Net revenues increased from $367.9 million to $370.5 million in 2018.
NET REVENUES (in millions of dollars) FY 17 FY 18


$62.8 $63.1
$35.4 $36.0
$23.7 $23.6

Sheppard Pratt's footprint

Located throughout Maryland, Sheppard Pratt Health System provides the most comprehensive continuum of mental health, substance use, special education, developmental disability, and social services in the country. With more than 160 programs across 16 counties, we are working to provide accessible, compassionate, and innovative care to all.

allegany countY

  • The Jefferson School at Finan Center

Anne Arundel County

  • The Forbush School at
    Anne Arundel
  • The Forbush School at
    Anne Arundel—South
  • Hannah More at Millersville
    Elementary School
  • Hannah More at Severn River
    Middle School
  • Hannah More at Severna Park
    High School
  • Telepsychiatry Clinic

Baltimore City

  • Mosaic—North Baltimore Center

Baltimore County

  • Sheppard and Enoch Pratt Hospital
  • Sheppard Pratt at GBMC
  • The Forbush School at Glyndon
  • The Forbush School at Hunt Valley
  • The Forbush School at Glyndon—
    Hannah More Campus
  • The Mann Residential
    Treatment Center
  • Mosaic—Catonsville
  • Mosaic—Rosedale
  • Mosaic—Timonium
  • Alliance
  • The Retreat at Sheppard Pratt
  • Ruxton House

Caroline County

  • Telepsychiatry Clinic

Carroll County

  • Mosaic—Granite House,

Cecil County

  • Telepsychiatry Clinic

Frederick County

  • The Jefferson School Residential Program and Day School
  • Way Station
  • Behavioral Health Partners of Frederick

Garrett County

  • Telepsychiatry Clinic
  • Telepsychiatry Clinic

harford county

  • Mosaic—Bel Air, Belcamp
  • Harford County Mobile Crisis Team —Bel Air

howard county

  • Sheppard Pratt at Ellicott City
  • Way Station at Howard County
  • Telepsychiatry Clinic

montgomery county

  • Family Services
  • The Forbush School at
    Oakmont Upper School
  • The Frost School

prince george’s county

  • The Forbush School at
    Prince George’s County
  • Family Services

washington county

  • Way Station—Turning Point

wicomico county

  • Telepsychiatry Clinic

worcester county

  • Telepsychiatry Clinic
  • Telepsychiatry Clinic
  • Telepsychiatry Clinic

philanthropy update

Dear Friends,

Since joining Sheppard Pratt Health System earlier this year, I have been fortunate to see the amazing, life-changing work that takes place here. Through our programs, services, research, and most important, compassionate care—we are providing hope and improving the lives of individuals in need and their families.

The generosity of our benefactors, beginning with Moses Sheppard’s founding gift, continues to drive our progress today. Just this past year we’ve expanded services in the community, developed innovative methodologies to improve patient care, and launched the building of a new, state-of-the-art campus in the capital region.

Notably, we received two significant gifts for our new campus in Howard County. The Weinberg Foundation continued their generous support with a $5 million donation to help us expand outpatient services and reach more people who look to us for care. Additionally, a grateful patient family bequeathed $1 million—an example of how planned gifts can be meaningful to patients and their caregivers.

Our two signature events were tremendously successful this year. The Care for Kids Benefit raised over $400,000—the most raised in any year—and our 2017 Stride 5K run and 1-mile walk garnered more than $65,000.

We are living in a time when the services provided by our health system are needed more than ever. We strive to do more—to deliver life-changing care and services to more people who are in need. With your help, the upcoming year will be transformational, and I hope you will continue to support the Sheppard Pratt Health System. Help us expand our impact to change the lives of those who need it most.


Donna L. Richardson
Vice President & Chief Development Officer

unmet needs

Even as we accomplish more than ever before, we are only beginning to scratch the surface in terms of how many people we need to reach.

Think about the many different challenges people face—from mental health and substance use issues to the need for special education, social services, and more. Do you have a friend or family member who has been affected? Maybe someone you know in your community? Do their problems impact their entire family? Relationships with others? Physical health? Finances? Housing? Employment?

There are so many compelling needs. We recognize as a health system that we must impact more lives. We must impact more communities. We must broaden our reach.

Sheppard Pratt Health System is answering the call, and our benefactors are a big reason why we continue to be a leader and innovator.

The original gifts from Moses Sheppard and Enoch Pratt established a culture of giving that supports compassionate, accessible, and life-changing care. We need your support to continue bringing our vision to life. Join us in our journey to transform care in America.

Below are the names of those who continued this philanthropic tradition during the past year and impacted the lives of others in our community.

2018 Sheppard Pratt Health System donors

The 1853 Society recognizes
individuals who have made the
gift of a lifetime by including
Sheppard Pratt in their estate plans.

  • Anonymous (3)
  • Emile A. Bendit, MD
  • Ms. Mikki Buchness
  • John and Sue Carnell*
  • Mr.* and Mrs. J. Howard Eager, III
  • Elizabeth R. Forbush
  • Mrs. Louise A. Hager
  • Ms. Joan S. Harris
  • Charles E. “Ted” Herget, Jr.
  • Mr. George E. Kostritsky
  • Jane Cox Larson
  • Ms. Janet E. Lowman
  • Lila E. O’Meara
  • Patricia A. Prugh
  • Dr. Jonas Rappeport
  • Mrs. Sally Rooney
  • Donald R. Ross, MD and
    Eileen K. Steinberger, MD
  • Marilyn and Robert Schaftel
  • Drs. Margaret and Steven Sharfstein
  • Dr. and Mrs. Edward Sienkilewski
  • Jean and Gordon Wells & Family
  • Dr. and Mrs. Clifford R. Wheeless
  • Gay and Jud Williams

The Gatehouse Society recognizes
in perpetuity those who have made contributions totaling $10,000 or more to Sheppard Pratt Health System. Listed in the societies below are members as of June 30, 2018.

Cumulative Support of $1 million or more
  • Anonymous (1)
  • France-Merrick Foundation
  • Citizens of Howard County
  • Evelyn Feldman* and Mildren Kern*
  • Rollins-Luetkemeyer Foundation, Inc.
  • The Stanley Medical Research Institute
  • The State of Maryland
  • The Leonard & Helen R. Stulman
  • Charitable Foundation
  • The Harry & Jeanette
  • Weinberg Foundation
  • Jean and Gordon Wells & Family
  • The Whiting-Turner Contracting Co.
Cumulative Support of
  • CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield
  • Benno and Elayne Hurwitz
  • Family Foundation, Inc.
  • The Lagemann Foundation
  • The Estate of Parsons Newman
  • Sheppard Pratt Auxiliary
  • U.S. Department of Labor
  • The Estate of Wilhelmina Hahn Waidner
  • Women’s Hospital Foundation
Cumulative Support of
  • Anonymous (2)
  • The Abell Foundation
  • The Jacob and Hilda Blaustein
  • Foundation, Inc.
  • Alice D. Burke*
  • The Estate of Ruth Corbett
  • Dalio Family Foundation, Inc.
  • Hal Donofrio
  • Health Resources and Services
  • Administration (HRSA)
  • Harley W. Howell Charitable Foundation
  • The Kresge Foundation
  • Lewis Contractors
  • Joseph & Harvey Meyerhoff Family
  • Charitable Funds
  • Morgan-Keller Construction
  • Mr. and Mrs. William Nicholson*
  • The Nicholson Foundation
  • Gail and Stephen Shawe
  • Earle & Annette Shawe Family Foundation
  • In honor of Julie Moss Silver
  • Taylor Foundation, Inc.
  • The Estate of Mary Elizabeth Zumstein
Cumulative Support of
  • Anonymous (6)
  • Allied Telephone and Data Corporation
  • ARAMARK Corporation
  • Bank of America Merrill Lynch
  • Mr. and Mrs. Edward H. Berge, Jr.
  • The Lois and Irving Blum Foundation
  • Brown Advisory
  • Lorraine* and Winfield Cain
  • The Center for Eating Disorders, P.A.
  • Nancy B. and Howard K. Cohen
  • Constellation Energy
  • The Charles Crane Family Foundation
  • Elizabeth R. Forbush
  • Timothy R. and Joyce Hearn
  • Heery International, Inc.
  • Dale* and Marie Hess
  • Hoffberger Foundation, Inc.
  • Mr.* and Mrs. H. Thomas Howell
  • Marion I. & Henry J. Knott Foundation, Inc.
  • The Abraham & Ruth Krieger
  • Family Foundation
  • Zanvyl and Isabelle Krieger Fund
  • Mrs. Donald S. Levinson*
  • Jack Luetkemeyer
  • Louise D. and Morton J. Macks
  • Family Foundation
  • The Leroy M. Merritt Charitable Trust
  • The Mirmiran Foundation
  • Oakwood Construction Services, LLC
  • Lila E. O’Meara
  • The Estate of Ms. Ruth T. Ravenel
  • The Marvin Schapiro Family
  • Foundation, Inc.
  • Drs. Margaret and Steven Sharfstein
  • The SunTrust Foundation
  • Toys “R” Us Children’s Fund
  • Verizon Foundation
  • Roger and Xandy Waesche
  • Philip Franklin Wagley, MD*
  • Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J. Walter & Family
  • Karen Wendell and Doyle Skeels
Cumulative Support of
  • Anonymous (7)
  • 3W Cleaning Services, LLC
  • Allegeant, LLC
  • William G. Baker, Jr. Memorial Fund
  • The Herbert Bearman Foundation, Inc.
  • The Bendit Family Foundation
  • The Henry & Ruth Blaustein Rosenberg Foundation
  • The Campbell Foundation, Inc.
  • The Estate of Patricia Castillo
  • The Charlesmead Foundation
  • Colliers International Baltimore
  • The Cordish Family
  • Corporate Office Properties Trust
  • The Estate of Laura DuPont
  • Electrico, Inc.
  • Tzedakah Foundation
  • Frederick News Post
  • Andrew H. Friedman
  • GBMC HealthCare System
  • Robert Gibson, MD* and
  • Diane Gibson
  • Philip L. Graham Fund
  • Mr.* and Mrs. I. H. Hammerman, II
  • Mrs. Howard Head
  • Hittman Family Foundation
  • Kassolis Family Foundation
  • The Estate of John and Dora Kerr
  • Pedie and Bob Killebrew
  • Bernt and Maria Killingstad
  • Patricia and Donald Kirk
  • Audrey S. Knewstub Foundation, Margo Kraftson, Marguerite Kelley
  • Legg Mason & Co., LLC
  • Leonard Paper Company
  • Lord Baltimore Capital Corporation
  • M&T Bank
  • The Estate of Eleanor R. and
  • W. Berkeley Mann
  • The Estate of Helen B. McAllister
  • Montgomery County Office of the
  • County Executive
  • Diana and Fred Motz
  • The Thomas F. & Clementine L. Mullan Foundation, Inc.
  • RCM&D, Inc.
  • Mr. and Mrs. George K. Reynolds, III
  • Robert P. Roca, MD and Breon Gilleran, MFA
  • Donald R. Ross, MD and Eileen K. Steinberger, MD
  • The Rouse Company Foundation
  • Marjorie F. Scott*
  • Semmes, Bowen & Semmes, P.C.
  • Shawe & Rosenthal LLP
  • Siemens Industry, Inc.
  • The Estate of Marvel Elizabeth Steven
  • Venable Foundation, Inc.
  • The Wilbur Family
  • Thomas Wilson Sanitarium for Children of Baltimore City
  • A.A. Windesheim Charitable Foundation
Cumulative Support of
  • Anonymous (5)
  • Ms. Margaret Allen and
  • Mr. Philip Perkins
  • American Office Equipment Co., Inc.
  • Aon
  • Bancroft Foundation
  • Mrs. Erin Becker
  • Bruce and Polly Behrens
  • Benchmark Construction Company, Inc.
  • The Bendit Family Foundation
  • Benedicto Borja, MD (husband) and daughters
  • Chrysalis Borja, Cara Borja,
  • Caroline Borja in memory of
  • Czarina A. Santos-Borja, MD
  • The Family of Kathryn Hill DeTurck
  • John and Sue Carnell*
  • The W.D. ‘Pete’ Class Foundation, Ltd.
  • Georgia C. Coleman* and Frederic F. Hinze
  • The Community Foundation of Frederick County
  • Ernestine Y. Cosby, APRN, BC
  • Daft-McCune-Walker, Inc.
  • Forbush School at Hunt Valley PTO
  • The Estate of Dorothy S. Fuller
  • Gallagher, Evelius & Jones, LLP
  • Mr. and Mrs. Francis P. Galletti
  • Barbara and Alan Gamse
  • W. R. Grace & Company
  • The Harry Greenstein Memorial Award
  • Guernsey, Inc.
  • Ms. Joan S. Harris
  • Natural Concerns, Inc
  • Mr. and Mrs.* Charles Hathaway
  • HDR Architecture, Inc.
  • The Sylvan C. Herman Foundation, Inc.
  • Thomas D. Hess
  • The David & Barbara B.
  • Hirschhorn Foundation
  • Hittman Family Foundation
  • The Emmert Hobbs Foundation, Inc.
  • Mr.* and Mrs. Samuel Hopkins
  • Jordan and Sarah Hymowitz, Craig
  • and Alexa Hymowitz & Family
  • Ironmark, Inc.
  • Mr. and Mrs. Mark K. Joseph
  • Bonnie and David Katz
  • Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation
  • Kelly & Associates Insurance Group/KELLY Payroll (KELLY)
  • John J. (Jack) Kent, Jr. and Ernie Kent
  • Annabella and Peter Lapera
  • Willard Lennox & Family
  • Kim and Keith Lewis
  • Richard J. Loewenstein, MD
  • Burton H. Lohnes, PhD
  • Michael G. Mann Fund for Children
  • MCA Architecture
  • John and Elizabeth Miklos
  • Mr. and Mrs. Frederick O. Mitchell
  • Mount Vernon Associates, Inc.
  • Natural Concerns
  • Mr. and Mrs.* James P. O’Conor
  • Mr.* and Mrs. James D. Peacock
  • Pat Pinkerton and Art Wieland
  • PNC Bank
  • D. Brent Pogue
  • Procter & Gamble Cosmetics
  • Foundation, Inc.
  • Provident Bank of Maryland
  • Alison and Arnold Richman
  • George A. Roche
  • Sally A. Rooney
  • The Ben and Esther
  • Rosenbloom Foundation
  • Ruppert Landscape
  • Mr.* and Mrs. William M. Saterlie
  • Marilyn and Robert Schaftel
  • Marvin S. Schapiro & Family
  • Schneider Electric Buildings Critical Systems, Inc.
  • I.D. Shapiro*
  • Jacob S. Shapiro Foundation, Jane and Stanley Rodbell & James R. Shapiro
  • The Kathy and Sandy Shapiro Family
  • Shawe & Rosenthal, LLP
  • R. Champlin* & Debbie Sheridan
  • The Estate of Mary Louise Hamlin Siess
  • In memory of Michael Smith
  • Dr. and Mrs.* Solomon H. Snyder
  • Sodexo Health Care
  • Stanley Black & Decker, Inc.
  • State Farm Companies Foundation
  • Mr. and Mrs. John W. Steele, III
  • Robert A.M. Stern Architects, LLP
  • Aaron Straus and Lillie Straus
  • Foundation, Inc.
  • T. Rowe Price Foundation
  • Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J. Walter & Family
  • Mr. and Mrs. Peter S. Welles
  • Jud and Gay Williams
  • Worcester Eisenbrandt, Inc.
  • York Mechanical, Inc.
Cumulative Support of
  • Anonymous (18)
  • Dr. and Mrs. Scott T. Aaronson
  • Vi G. Aaronson, RN*
  • AEGON USA, Inc.
  • Alban Tractor Company
  • Bonnie and David Allan
  • Allied Pharmaceutical Services, Inc.
  • Mary and Jack Andrulewicz
  • Matthew and Julie Arnold
  • Atlantic Welders
  • Phyllis L. & Leonard J. Attman Foundation
  • Beth Babikow
  • The Baltimore Life Companies
  • Baltimore Sun Charities, a fund of the McCormick Tribune Foundation
  • M. Nelson Barnes & Sons, Inc.
  • Dr. Leonard P. Berger
  • John P. Boogher*
  • John Boronow, MD
  • The Doug and Sheila Bray Family Fund
  • C & H Mechanical Corporation
  • Dr. and Mrs. Jorge Camacho
  • CannonDesign
  • Edmund* and Susan Cashman, Jr.
  • Centric Business Systems
  • Christine and Nick Constantinides
  • Esther L. Cooperman
  • William M. and Julie E. Cox
  • David C. and Sarah M. Daneker
  • Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo G. Decker, Jr.*
  • Delaplaine Foundation, Inc.
  • Mr.* and Mrs. J. Howard Eager, III
  • Michael V. Edelstein, MD*
  • Evapco, Inc.
  • The Family Foundation, Inc.
  • Farmers & Mechanics Bank
  • FCNB Bank
  • Joel D.* and Ellen S. Fedder
  • Feinberg Foundation, Inc.
  • First Potomac Realty Trust
  • Frankel Automotive Group
  • Thomas N. Franklin, MD and Kimberly U. Franklin
  • Frederick Mutual Insurance Company
  • Fredericktown Bank & Trust
  • Samuel Freeman Charitable Trust
  • Gamble Gillison Family Fund
  • Greenspring Health Services
  • Dr. Robert Hamilton
  • Thomas and Barbara Harr
  • The Hearst Foundation
  • Charles E. “Ted” Herget, Jr.
  • John Heselden
  • David and Jan Hoffberger
  • Rick and Taber Hook
  • IBM International Foundation
  • International Society for the Study of Trauma & Dissociation/Donors to the Treatment of Patients with Dissociative Disorders Study
  • Leonard* and Bluma F. Jed
  • Kenneth and Linda Jones
  • Kaiser Foundation Health Plan
  • Douglas W. Kincaid*
  • Gallagher, Evelius & Jones, LLP
  • Kinsley Companies and Mackenzie Companies
  • The Kinsley Foundation
  • Chuck and Ellen Knudsen
  • Kramon & Graham, P.A.
  • Leach Wallace Associates, Inc.
  • Jeffrey and Harriet Legum
  • The Leonard Jed Company
  • The Family of Benjamin and Fannie Levine
  • Merrill Lynch & Co. Foundation, Inc.
  • Macht Philanthropic Fund
  • Barbara and Richard Magid
  • Harold, Francine, Brigitte and Donald Manekin Families
  • Manekin, LLC
  • W. B. Mason, Inc.
  • The Luv u Wall, in Memory of Carolyn C. Mattingly
  • Ronald McDonald House Charities of Baltimore, Inc.
  • Dr. Marsden McGuire and Mary E. O’Byrne
  • Mercer Investment Management
  • The Harvey M. and Lyn P. Meyerhoff Fund, Inc.
  • MGH, Inc.
  • Middendorf Foundation, Inc.
  • Miles & Stockbridge, PC
  • Matthew D. Miller and Myles W. Miller
  • John J. Neubauer, Jr.* and Beth Neubauer
  • The Family of Walter Patton
  • Prime, Buchholz & Associates, Inc.
  • Miss Joan M. Pristas*
  • Diana L. Ramsay and Michael Greene
  • The RCM&D Foundation, Inc.
  • Claire A. Richardson*
  • Richardson, Myers & Donofrio
  • Ryland Group, Inc.
  • SAGE Dining Services
  • Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Sandler
  • SC&H Group
  • Agnita M. Stine Schreiber Foundation, Inc.
  • M. Sigmund and Barbara K. Shapiro
  • Dr. and Mrs. Edward Sienkilewski
  • Skyline Technology Solutions
  • Murray Slatkin*
  • Claire M. Smith
  • Will and Jada Smith Family Foundation
  • Edward F. Snyder
  • St. John Properties, Inc.
  • Mr. and Mrs. Michael Strouse
  • Sullivan Family Foundation
  • Gary and Susan Talles
  • The Estate of Dorothy J. Towner
  • Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Trojan
  • United Healthcare Group
  • Fred and Amey Upton
  • Drs. Samson and Meena Vimalananda
  • VSC Fire & Security
  • Susan B. Wait, MD
  • In honor of Betsy-Lou Waldman
  • J. Ken Walters, PharmD
  • Dr. and Mrs. Clifford R. Wheeless
  • The Estate of William T. Whiteley
  • Windsor Electric Co., Inc.
  • Dr. Pamela P. Young

The donors listed below donated
a product or service valued at $100
or more between July 1, 2017, and
June 30, 2018.

  • Jeffrey and Mary Jane Alperin
  • Atlas Family Chiropractic Center
  • Babbette Books
  • Baltimore Orioles
  • Ron Brown
  • Todd Burbage
  • Delaware North Company, Inc.
  • Dentistry For Kids
  • Dover Downs Hotel & Casino
  • Earth Treks Climbing Centers
  • Four Seasons Hotel Baltimore
  • Patience I. Ehichoys
  • Marc Ehrhardt
  • Eileen Fisher Company
  • Tiffany Ernest
  • FX Studios
  • Mr. and Mrs. Wilfried K. Gehne
  • Gibby’s Seafood & Gourmet Market
  • Bill Hoffmaster
  • Mara Katz and Christopher Madairy
    & daughter, Galit Madairy
  • McCormick & Company, Inc.
  • Medieval Times
  • Ann Menser
  • Picaboo
  • Radebaugh’s Florist & Greenhouses
  • Terri Ritterpusch
  • Ryleigh’s Oyster
  • Theresa Strong
  • Toby’s Dinner Theatre
  • Candy and Scott Witte

The donors listed below made a
gift of $100 or more between
July 1, 2017, and June 30, 2018.

  • In memory of Bill Abramson, MD Yeshitila and Peggy Araya
  • In memory of Samuel David Amitin Dr. Sigmund Amitin
  • In memory of Czarina A. Santos-Borja, MD, Benedicto Borja, MD and
    daughters Chrysalis Borja,
    Cara Borja, Caroline Borja
Philanthropy allows those we serve and their families to receive the best care and services possible. Giving impacts every part of the organization and every person–from children to older adults. Pedie Killebrew Sheppard Pratt Health System Board of Trustees Chair, Philanthropy Committee
  • In memory of James Otey Burke, Jr. Joyner, Kirkham, Keel &
    Robertson, P.C.
  • In memory of William Crawford Bonnie and David Katz
  • In memory of R. Joseph G. Vallabna Dasi Dr. and Mrs. Neal Aronson
  • In memory of Kate DeTurk Patrick and Trish Boyer
  • In honor of Christine and Rick Diamond Patrick and Trish Boyer
  • In memory of Stacey Dorsch George and Karen Benson
    Dr. and Mrs. James Porterfield
  • In memory of Michael V. Edelstein, MD Sarah Jane Schwing
    J. Ken Walters, PharmD
  • In honor of Bonnie Elizabeth Gail and Miles Smith
  • In honor of the Forbush School staff Julie and Dave Marshall
  • In memory of Esther Gingrich Anonymous
  • In honor of Tom Graham Mann RTC staff
  • In memory of Elizabeth M. Haines Anonymous
  • In memory of Dr. John Herts Bonnie and David Katz
  • In honor of Neil and Dorothy Hill Patrick and Trish Boyer
  • In honor of Curtis and Stephanie Hill Patrick and Trish Boyer
  • In honor of Peg and Tim Hoover Patrick and Trish Boyer
  • In honor of the Sheppard Pratt Health System Human Resources staff
    Patti A. Arkuszeski
  • In honor of Duke Kassolis Laura Seim
  • In honor of Bonnie Katz Donald R. Ross, MD and
    Eileen K. Steinberger, MD
  • In honor of Sunil Khushalani, MD Sarah Jane Schwing
  • In memory of Dr. Hilbert Levine Bonnie and David Katz
  • In honor of Richard Loewenstein, MD Lisa Hustead
  • In memory of Muz Donna Cash
  • In honor of Robert Roca, MD Donald R. Ross, MD and
    Eileen K. Steinberger, MD
  • In memory of Tony Rosiak, Jr. The Boys’ Latin School of Maryland
    Mr. and Mrs. Randall Rinehart
    Chet and Kay Schuyler
  • In honor of Donald Ross, MD Dr. Neal Aronson
  • In memory of Rina Santos-Borja, MD Donald R. Ross, MD and
    Eileen K. Steinberger, MD
  • In honor of Marty Scanlan Anonymous
  • In memory of Clarence Schulz, MD Donald R. Ross, MD and
    Eileen K. Steinberger, MD
  • In memory of Marjorie Forbush Scott Lis Salfiti
    Roberta Scott-Macnow and
    Wallace Macnow
  • In honor of Amy Seifrit and Rodney Caslow
    Kirk Unruh
  • In honor of Gail and M. Smith Wendy and Charles Phillips
  • In memory of Michael I. Smith Goldwin I. Smith, Nancy Schiffer,
    & Grant and Amelia Howerton
  • In memory of Margaret Smith Charles Fine McDonogh
    Dental Associates and staff
  • In honor of Kendall Stribling Greg Stribling
  • In memory of Barbara Truscello James J. Truscello
  • In honor of Lois Turner-Feig, LCSW-C Donald R. Ross, MD
    and Eileen K. Steinberger, MD
  • In honor of Dr. Susan Wait and the Trauma Disorders Team
    Dr. Rosanne K. Silberman

Annual Giving Circle of Friends
recognizes new pledges and gifts
received between July 1, 2017, and
June 30, 2018.

Annual Support of $1,000 or more
  • Anonymous (7)
  • 3W Cleaning Services, LLC
  • Bonnie and David Allan
  • Karen Allan
  • Allegeant, LLC
  • Margaret Allen and Philip Perkins
  • Allied Telephone and Data Corporation
  • American Office Equipment Co., Inc.
  • ARAMARK Corporation
  • Dr. Neal Aronson
  • David and Deborah Astrove
  • Beth Babikow
  • Baltimore County Employees Federal Credit Union
  • Bank of America Merrill Lynch
  • Mrs. Erin Becker
  • Benchmark Construction Company, Inc.
  • Emile A. Bendit, MD
  • Kevin and Kimberly Benson
  • Lois and Irving Blum Foundation, Inc.
  • Deborah A. Boggs
  • Benedicto Borja, MD and daughters Chrysalis Borja, Cara Borja, Caroline Borja
  • The Family of Kathryn Hill DeTurck
  • The Doug and Sheila Bray Family Fund
  • Brown Advisory
  • S. Winfield Cain
  • The Campbell Foundation, Inc.
  • CannonDesign
  • Dr. Tess Carpenter
  • Donna Cash
  • Center for Eating Disorders, P.A.
  • Centric Business Systems
  • Lisa and Armando Colombo
  • The Community Foundation of Frederick County
  • Denise Connelly
  • The Cordish Family
  • Ernestine Y. Cosby, APRN, BC
  • DeCosta Construction Specialties
  • Samuel M. Dell, III
  • East Coast Ambulance and Wheelchair Service
  • Electrico, Inc.
  • Alan Evans and Anita Langford
  • Elizabeth R. Forbush
  • Andrew H. Friedman
  • Mr. and Mrs. Francis P. Galletti
  • Gamble Gillison Family Fund
  • Barbara and Alan Gamse
  • GBMC HealthCare System
  • Mr. and Mrs. Philip H. Grantham
  • Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Sandler
  • Guernsey, Inc.
  • Hall, Render, Killian, Heath & Lyman, P.A.
  • Tim and Joyce Hearn
  • Thomas D. Hess
  • Frederic F. Hinze
  • Susan Holloway
  • Citizens of Howard County
  • Jordan and Sarah Hymowitz, Craig and Alexa Hymowitz & Family
  • Ironmark, Inc.
  • Joshua Kakel
  • Kassolis Family Foundation
  • Bonnie and David Katz
  • Kelly & Associates Insurance Group/KELLY Payroll (KELLY)
  • Pedie and Bob Killebrew
  • Chuck and Ellen Knudsen
  • Dr. and Mrs. George Kolodner
  • Cristin Carnell Lambros
  • Annabella and Peter Lapera
  • Leach Wallace Associates, Inc.
  • Leonard Paper Company
  • Lewis Contractors
  • Kim and Keith Lewis
  • Richard J. Loewenstein, MD
  • Magellan Rx Management
  • MCA Architecture
  • Western Truck Show
  • Mercer Investment Management, Inc.
  • John and Elizabeth Miklos
  • MobilexUSA, X-Ray & Ultrasound Diagnostic Division
  • Morgan-Keller Construction
  • Diana and Fred Motz
  • Mount Vernon Associates, Inc.
  • Oakwood Construction Services, LLC
  • Pimlico Key Services, Inc.
  • The PNC Financial Services Group
  • Prime, Buchholz & Associates, Inc.
  • Quest Diagnostics, Inc.
  • RCM&D, Inc.
  • Karen Robertson-Keck
  • Robert P. Roca, MD and Breon Gilleran, MFA
  • Rosedale Federal Savings and Loan Association
  • Fanny & Stephen Rosenak Foundation
  • Donald R. Ross, MD and Eileen K. Steinberger, MD
  • Ruppert Landscape
  • Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Sandler
  • SC&H Group
  • Goldwin I. Smith, Nancy Schiffer, & Grant and Amelia Howerton
  • Schneider Electric Buildings Critical Systems, Inc.
  • Roberta Scott-Macnow and Wallace Macnow
  • Charles and Joanne Sears
  • M. Sigmund and Barbara K. Shapiro
  • Jacob S. Shapiro Foundation, Jane and Stanley Rodbell & James R. Shapiro
  • Drs. Margaret and Steven Sharfstein
  • Earle & Annette Shawe Family Foundation
  • Gail and Stephen Shawe
  • Shawe & Rosenthal LLP
  • Siemens Industry, Inc.
  • In honor of Julie Moss Silver
  • Skyline Technology Solutions
  • Claire M. Smith
  • Sodexo Health Care
  • Softchoice
  • Spears/Votta & Associates, Inc.
  • Mr. and Mrs. John W. Steele, III
  • Mr. and Mrs. Michael Strouse
  • The SunTrust Foundation
  • Gary and Susan Talles
  • Taylor Foundation, Inc.
  • Transamerica
  • Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Trojan
  • United Building Services
  • Venable Foundation, Inc.
  • VSC Fire & Security, Inc.
  • Susan B. Wait, MD
  • Walmart, Inc.
  • J. Ken Walters, Pharm.D.
  • Wegmans Food Markets, Inc.
  • The Harry & Jeanette Weinberg Foundation
  • Western Maryland Health System,
  • Employees’ Caring Funds
  • The Wilbur Family
  • Gay and Jud Williams
  • A. A. Windesheim Charitable Foundation, Inc.
  • Worcester Eisenbrandt, Inc.
Annual Support of $500–$999
  • Anonymous (2)
  • Amy Bachelder
  • Heather T. Billings
  • Donald and Janet Boardman
  • Family Fund
  • Susan and Robert Bodansky
  • Lynn M. Canterbury
  • Denise and Steve Chop
  • Nancy B. and Howard K. Cohen
  • Donna Corbett and John Debuski
  • Abbie Cornblatt
  • Corridor Flooring Associates
  • Kathi Danielson
  • Mount de Sales Academy
  • Ray Dziesinski
  • Thomas N. Franklin, MD and
  • Kimberly U. Franklin
  • Fratelli Restaurant
  • Mr. and Mrs. Yeardley Green
  • Michelle Hooper and John Springer
  • Patricia A. Howard
  • Lisa Hustead
  • Iliff, Meredith, Wildberger & Brennan, PC
  • Howard and Jessica Kapustin
  • MacKenzie Ventures, Inc.
  • LAN, Inc.
  • Michelle M. Middleton
  • Dr. and Mr. Michael Newman
  • Megan Parsons
  • Scott Rose and Mary Elizabeth Austin
  • Lis Salfiti
  • Marilyn and Robert Schaftel
  • Schilling Pepper, LLC
  • Davis Shingleton, MD
  • Briana Snyder and Derek Potter
  • Mr. and Mrs. Justin Starnes
  • Harsh and Urmi Trivedi
  • Lois Turner-Feig
  • United Concordia Dental
  • Dr. and Mrs. Yakir K. Vaks
  • Annette VanOver
  • Robert W. Wisner-Carlson, MD
  • Dr. Pamela P. Young
Annual Support of $250–$499
  • Anonymous (5)
  • Jeffrey and Mary Jane Alperin
  • Drs. Douglas and Deborah Balogh
  • Bill Bateman’s Bistro
  • Lynn and Scott Birdson
  • Carrie A. Blacker
  • BMEC, Inc.
  • Eric D. Brotman
  • Summer L. Clark
  • Cynthia F. Clarke
  • Claire A. Cohen-McMahon
  • Comm-Tronics, Inc.
  • Carrie H. Etheridge
  • Kathy A. Flannery
  • Long & Foster Institute of Real Estate, Inc.
  • F. Paul Galeone Photographers, Inc.
  • Catherine Harrison-Restelli, MD
  • Bonita Hearn
  • Sarah Janney
  • Bluma F. Jed
  • Mr. and Mrs. Matt Knudsen
  • Jill and Jeffrey La Clair
  • Mr. and Mrs. Andrew D. Levy
  • Julie and Dave Marshall
  • Chip K. Maust
  • Mr. and Mrs. Chris McGovern
  • Maureen McGuire
  • Allison McIntosh
  • Dr. Ellen Mongan
  • Mr. and Mrs. William A. Morton, Jr.
  • JoAnn Peroutka and Richard Desser
  • PharmaCare of Cumberland
  • Rt. Rev. Craig Phillips
  • Pollard’s Towing Company
  • Donna Richardson
  • Jeff W. Richardson
  • Pam and Theron Russell
  • Cassie R. Stallings
  • Fred and Amey Upton
  • Frederick S. Upton Foundation
  • Robert Wieder
Annual Support of $100–$249
  • Anonymous (5)
  • Mike Abbaei
  • Mr. and Mrs. Lance Abrams
  • Jason Addison, MD
  • Aetna Foundation
  • Ann E. Alaoglu, MD
  • Jessica Alderdice
  • Allegany County Board of Education
  • American Legion, Inc. Reisterstown Post No. 116
  • Dr. Sigmund Amitin
  • Yeshitila and Peggy Araya
  • Patti A. Arkuszeski
  • Roxanne August
  • Thomas Baker
  • Layla M. Baker
  • Rebecca Bange
  • Beth Baseler
  • Mary C. Bazarnic
  • Robert N. Beard
  • Jane A. Belt
  • Susan L. Bennett
  • George and Karen Benson
  • Treva Bergeron
  • Bethel Sunday School
  • James D. Blum
  • Stuart Bowers
  • The Boys’ Latin School of Maryland
  • Michele L. Brill
  • Karen Burd
  • Caroline Perlman Cahn, LCSW-C
  • Natanya Cambridge
  • Paul K. Camenisch
  • Mandi Carpenter
  • Wendy Carpenter
  • Louis Carpinone
  • Bill Clare
  • Mr. and Mrs. Glenn W. Clayton
  • Continental Technologies, Inc.
  • Chris, Lisa, and Ayda Cosby
  • Elder Mark Cyzyk
  • Kathy Daddario
  • Diane Darrah
  • B. J. Davisson
  • Doug DeHaan
  • Pat N. DeHaan
  • Wade Dorsey
  • Anita M. Edwards
  • Patience I. Ehichoys
  • Farm Women’s Club
  • Charles Fine
  • Bonnie W. Fitzgerald
  • Kristen Fletcher
  • Elwood Gift
  • Mr. and Mrs. John B. Gillett
  • Good Fellowship Club Auxiliary
  • Kimberly Gordon
  • Mr. and Mrs. Joshua D. Greeno
  • Gabriel A. Haboubi
  • Courtney E. Haile
  • Marcy Hardinger
  • Heidler Roofing Services, Inc.
  • Catherine and Erik Hummel
  • Tamara Jack
  • Mihir Jani
  • Heather M. Johnson
  • Joyner, Kirkham, Keel & Robertson, P.C.
  • Daniel W. Kakuska, MD
  • Ronald Katzen
  • Lou Ann and Ernest Keller
  • Margaret Kelly
  • David A. Klaus
  • The Kremen Family
  • Jacqueline Langdon
  • Paula H. Leaf
  • Lessin Family
  • Karl G. Lietzau
  • T’Keyah Lisbon
  • Christopher A. Lupton
  • Melissa L. Main
  • Mr. and Mrs. Michael Mathis
  • Merle C. McCann, MD
  • Cindy McCrea-Spurrier
  • McDonogh Dental Associates and staff
  • Raymond McTamany
  • Mary Anne Meyers
  • Bettie and John Modrak
  • Rosemarie Molina
  • MaryAnn Mood
  • Teresa L. Morozek
  • Jeffrey Musgrove
  • Rebecca E. Nanney
  • Jennifer L. Norman
  • Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Parsons
  • Shirley L. Parsons
  • Wendy and Charles Phillips
  • Dr. and Mrs. James Porterfield
  • Portraits On The Way
  • Kathryn Prescott
  • Dennis Rembert, III
  • Mr. and Mrs. Randall Rinehart
  • Loretta J. Rivera
  • Dan Rudakevych
  • Doug Ryczko
  • Mary M. Sacilotto
  • Samantha Salerno
  • Robert Schloesser, MD and Keri Martinowich, PhD
  • Chet and Kay Schuyler
  • Sarah Jane Schwing
  • Laura Seim
  • Dr. Rosanne K. Silberman
  • Sanjeev Singhal, MD
  • Nicole Sizemore-Smith
  • Gail and Miles Smith
  • Barbara O. Smith
  • Dan and Austin Smith Byrd
  • Sons of the American Legion
  • Stanley Black & Decker, Inc.
  • Greg Stribling
  • David W. Stuckey
  • Richard and Tina Stuller
  • Troy Synder
  • Buzz, Rita and Louis Taylor
  • Louis H. Taylor
  • James J. Truscello
  • Kirk Unruh
  • Alicia VanderVat
  • Michael VanderVat
  • Mr. and Mrs. Rick M. Wallace
  • Nanny and Jack Warren
  • Kathleen Williams
  • Teresa K. Wilpers
  • Susan Wolfe
  • Woodmen of the World, Lodge 6081
  • Margery K. Wright
  • Sue and Alan M. Young
  • Edward Zuzarte, MD
2018 Family Services, Inc. donors


Circle of Life
Cumulative Support of $2,500 or more
  • Dean and Linda Manson
  • Robert Gingell
  • Marie Schram
Circle of Care
Cumulative Support of
  • Andrew Milisits, Jr.
  • Stephanie French
  • Carol Hayes
  • Sheri Holzel
  • Tamara Jack
  • Lisa Katz
  • Nancy Kronheim
  • Mitchell Lahr
  • Darlene Lawver
  • Joseph McBride
  • Kylie B. McCleaf
  • William and Susan Reinsch
  • Don and Karin Rodrick
Circle of Health
Cumulative Support of
  • Chad Koratich
  • Scott and Lynn Birdsong
  • Margie Bryant
  • John and Sheila Compton
  • Marc and Nancy Duber
  • Mark and Roxanne Edwards
  • Michael Lasky and Peggi Einhorn
  • Diane Ennist
  • Leslie Janet Graham
  • Susan Holloway
  • Jim Winn and Anita Lancaster
  • Charles and Olive Lewis
  • Judah and Marilyn Lifschitz
  • Sara Matthew
  • Dana Pauley
  • Sandra Smith
  • Linda Yankie
Community Partner
Cumulative Support of
  • Adela and Francis Price
  • Owen and Diane Ambur
  • Kristina Angell
  • Beronica Bonilla
  • Dave Bonnell
  • Bryce Bowden
  • Nancy Brouillette
  • Douglas Burch
  • Gilbert and Claudia Carpel
  • David Carrigan
  • Emmanuelle Collie
  • Anne Spence Core
  • Laura Covington
  • Maria T. Diaz
  • Cameron and Theresa Dryden
  • Genoa Fields
  • Barry and Marie Fleishman
  • Mitchell and Sara Freed
  • Paula Furman
  • John Hagner
  • Edward and Nancy Helme
  • Clare Herington
  • Barbara Hernandez
  • Karla Hoffman
  • William and Joan Jordan
  • Gary and Sarah Kessler
  • Jules and Margery Korzeniowski
  • Danielle LaSure-Bryant
  • Vivian Levi
  • Andrew and Sandy Levy
  • Peter and Kathleen Luongo
  • David and Claire Maklan
  • Lori Martin
  • Debra Haynes McClean
  • Laurence W. Miller
  • Walter and Laurie Minerbi
  • John Mitrione
  • Elvis Mojica
  • Kevin and Janine Mooney
  • Subash Mulghan
  • Kevin Murphy
  • Joe Clark and Meredith Myers
  • B.H. Nilsson
  • Rebecca Noftsinger
  • Jeannette O’Connor
  • Kenneth and Nancy Oestreicher
  • James Pauley
  • William Pearson
  • Stephen and Betty Perloff
  • Carol Petrov
  • Calvin Pierce
  • Robert Pincus
  • Janice Pohlman
  • Kara Pokras
  • James and Mary Ridgway
  • Ronald and Charlene Rivlin
  • Alyson Ross
  • Bruce Rothrock
  • Zelma Sciaudone
  • Ronald and Elaine Shapiro
  • Susan Shinderman
  • Christine Silvestre
  • Rajiv and Margaret Sood
  • Philip Soper
  • Solveig and Karl Spielman
  • Rita Svec
  • Nancy Swope
  • Chengbiao Tu
  • Marguerite Van Ness
  • Elizabeth Varghese
  • Linda Wallen
  • Anissa Williams
  • Patricia Williams


  • Betzayda Olan Almodouar
  • Ruth Aloras
  • Joseph and Beth Arcarese
  • Judy Barth
  • Rebecca Basu
  • Joelly Belman
  • Lee Bennett
  • Glenn R. Berlin
  • Keisha Blackman
  • Lisa Blackwood
  • Patricia Bobbitt
  • Ryan Boswell
  • Andrew and Carol Bouville
  • Krista Brick
  • Mindy Buren
  • Dede Burrell
  • Kate Campion
  • Jon Chamberlain
  • Jay Chan
  • Jerome Chester
  • Tonia Cheung
  • Becky Cockerill
  • Ralph Colling
  • Jocelyn Cook
  • Christine Corcoran
  • Laura Cruz
  • Marilennis Cruz
  • Maria Del Roio
  • Lu Deng
  • Neha Dhir
  • Jill Jacobs and Ted Diss
  • Dawn Durbin
  • Linda Erbe
  • Enrique Escolero
  • Emily Feeley
  • Alysha Francis
  • Doris Ivette Funez Roas
  • Login Geiges
  • Julie Georgelakos
  • Nate Gonzalez
  • Jeanine Gordon
  • Cindy Gottfried
  • Brittany Gould
  • Sheldon Groner
  • Harold Segall and Lauren Gross
  • Katherine Grossman
  • Roxanna Hakimi
  • Shanicia Hanson
  • Anne Hawley
  • Stephanie Healy
  • Amorurat Hedden
  • Maryann Hekimian
  • Anthony Horos
  • Simone Hudson
  • Colleen Irvin
  • The Iqbal Family
  • Ryan Ivy
  • Teresa Jerman
  • Ally Kahler
  • Austin Katz
  • Patricia Kauffman
  • Ronny Kempenich
  • Sarah Kessler
  • Cindy Kim
  • Katherine Kim
  • Vandana Kishore
  • Hannah Klein
  • Joe Kravitz
  • Patrick Lacefield
  • Heather LaDuca
  • Cathy Lamaze
  • Tyler Laudenslager
  • Donna Lee
  • Ivana Lee
  • Mabel Lee
  • Carolyn Lee-Smith
  • Jessica Marie Lerma
  • Jill Levine
  • Kimberly Levine
  • Susan Levine
  • Burt Littman
  • Jim Long
  • Andrea Mangiulli
  • Ashia Mann
  • Maya Maroto
  • Julissa Martinez
  • Sandra Martinez
  • The McDonald Family
  • Kate McKenna
  • Maryann McKenzie
  • Mary McQueen
  • Marilyn Mense
  • Dilma Mercedes
  • Janine Mertz
  • Karen Miller
  • Mathy Milling Downing
  • Kristine Minami
  • Katie Moss
  • Mary Murphy
  • Katie Myers
It is our vision to partner with outreach organizations that are making a huge difference. We believe in the impact that Family Services, Inc. is making throughout Montgomery County. There are more lives to change and Highlight Church wants to be a part of it. The best is yet to come! Pastor Joshua Redding, Highlight Church (volunteer and donor)
  • Rene & Irma Najarro
  • Lowell Nelson
  • Karen Null
  • George Omari
  • Patricia Ovelar
  • Ann Pararas
  • Gabriela Parra
  • Nisha Patel
  • Rupa Patel
  • Michael Paxton
  • Rick Peacock
  • Susan Peters
  • Jonathan Peyer
  • Tammy Polsinelli
  • Joell Raabe
  • Rashard Rabsatt
  • Patricia Radigan
  • Lynda Ralli
  • April Randall
  • Dana Ranger
  • Kaylee Rattie
  • Francesca Recanatini
  • Katie Reed
  • Doreen Reynolds
  • Christiane Robbins
  • Nicole Roman
  • Mandee Rosenberg
  • Summer Rosenstock
  • Rici Rutkoff
  • Phannarith Saim
  • Kenneth Sandel
  • Alexander Sbily
  • Christian Sbily
  • George Sbily
  • Michelle Scarlett
  • Carol Schreitmueller
  • Paul and June Seckler
  • Irini Sereti
  • Shemica Sheppard
  • William and Marge Shiflett
  • Katie Showers
  • Linden Silvers
  • Milva Simoes
  • Cathie Skaggs
  • Daniel Sloan
  • Yaowadee Snyder
  • Eva Sofillas
  • Philip and Kim Soper
  • Victor Soto
  • Marianne Spriggs
  • David Steffes
  • Marie Grace Stephanz
  • Holly Stover
  • Kristen Sullivan
  • Aishini Thiyagarajan
  • Elena Thompson
  • Ingrid Torres
  • Patricia Van Bergen
  • Gabriela Verduguez
  • Mark Wallen
  • Betsy Walser
  • Barbara Warman
  • Theresa Watson
  • Katie Weigle
  • Kristina Wesselink
  • John White
  • Dustin Williams
  • Theresa Wolfe
  • Rachel Wong
  • Jane Workinger Farfan
  • Karin Wu
  • Palmyra Yamson
  • Jennifer Zuckerman


  • Blessings Christmas Tree Farm
  • Adventist Healthcare
  • Alpha Psi Omega
  • Altrusa Club of Montgomery County
  • Anwar Court #197
  • Asian-American Home Ownership Counseling, Inc.
  • AstraZeneca
  • B. F. Saul Co.
  • Bethesda Magazine Community Fund
  • B’nai Israel Congregation
  • B’nai Tzedek Sisterhood
  • Brightview Senior Living—Fallsgrove
  • Burtonsville Lions Foundation, Inc.
  • Butler’s Orchard
  • Caliber Home Loans
  • Cameron Mericle, PA
  • Capital Bank
  • Capital Restaurant Group-Paisano’s
  • Carey International, Inc.
  • Catylator Makerspace
  • Chick-fil-A-Germantown
  • Children’s Opportunity Fund
  • Church of the Redeemer
  • City of Gaithersburg
  • City of Rockville
  • Clarksburg United Methodist Church
  • Clark-Winchcole Foundation
  • Comfort Cases
  • Community Science
  • CRB Consulting Engineers
  • Credit Union National Association
  • Dave and Busters—Silver Spring
  • DaVita, Inc.
  • Doubting Thomas Small Faith Group
  • Dreamland Christmas Tree Farm
  • Dunkin’ Donuts
  • E&E Trees Tree Farm
  • First African Methodist Episcopal Church of Gaithersburg
  • First National Bank
  • First Transit—Location #55440
  • FirstEnergy Foundation
  • Fit4MOM Montgomery County
  • Fm-31 Publishing Company
  • Forest Oak Middle School
  • Gaithersburg-Germantown Chamber of Commerce
  • Garden Club of College Gardens
  • Girl Scout Troop 274 at St. Martin’s School
  • Girl Scouts of Service Unit 32-4
  • Glickfield Family Foundation
  • Goodshop
  • Goodwill Industries International, Inc. G11
  • Governor’s Office of Community Initiatives
  • Greater DC Diaper Bank
  • Hair Cuttery
  • Healthcare Initiative Foundation
  • Highlight Church
  • H-Mart
  • Holy Cross Catholic Church
  • IBM Employee Charitable Campaign
  • Imagination Library
  • James Clifford Haight Charitable Gift Fund
  • JWI
  • Kids ‘N Dogs 4H Club
  • Learning Ally
  • Love You More, Inc.
  • Lutheran Church of St. Andrew
  • Main Street Pollo
  • Mamma Lucia
  • Mars Symbioscience
  • Martin Luther King, Jr. Middle School
  • Maryland Association for Family and Community Education—Montgomery County
  • Maryland Insurance Administration
  • Maryland State Department of Education
  • Maternal-Fetal Medicine Associates of Maryland
  • McCollum & Associates, LLC
  • McKinley Consulting Group, Inc.
  • Mead Family Foundation
  • Mega Market International
  • Mid-Atlantic Federal Credit Union
  • Montero Law Group, LLC
  • Montgomery Coalition for Adult English Literacy
  • Montgomery County Board of Elections
  • Montgomery County Council
  • Montgomery County Emergency Food & Shelter Program (EFSP)
  • Montgomery County Executive
  • Montgomery County Federation of Women’s Club
  • Montgomery County Maryland
  • Department of Police
  • Homicide/Sex Section
  • Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office
  • Montgomery County Volunteer Center
  • Morris and Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation
  • Muslim Women’s Coalition
  • Naughty Pine Nursery
  • Navy Federal Credit Union
  • Network for Good
  • Nourish Now
  • OASIS/RecycleMyComputer
  • OshKosh B’gosh/Carter’s— Clarksburg Premium Outlets
  • Otsuka America Pharmaceutical, Inc.
  • Panera Bread—Kentlands
  • Patriot Mobile Tax Services, Inc.
  • Percontee, Inc.
  • Pincus & Goldberg CPAs, Chartered
  • Potomac Women’s Republican Club
  • Prime Fitness
  • Project Management Institute—Montgomery County, MD Chapter
  • Red Wiggler Farm
  • Remax Realty
  • Revere Bank
  • Rossmoor Woman’s Club
  • Saint Mark Presbyterian Church
  • School Readiness Consulting
  • Sewell’s Farm
  • Shady Grove Medical Center-MBU
  • Showvaker’s Quality Evergreens
  • Social & Scientific Systems, Inc.
  • Sport Chevrolet
  • St. Matthew’s Presbyterian Church
  • St. Raphael’s Catholic Church
  • Starbucks
  • SunTrust United Way Campaign
  • Target
  • The Bargain Box
  • The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
  • The Community Foundation in Montgomery County
  • The Goddard School of Clarksburg
  • The Phase Foundation
  • The Robert H. and Monica M. Cole Foundation
  • The Special Edition Book Club
  • The Woman’s Club of Bethesda
  • There is Hope Christian Church
  • Towels for Tears
  • Toys for Tots, Montgomery County, MD
  • United Way of the National Capital Area
  • U.S. Bank
  • Wegman’s
  • Weis Markets
  • William S. Abell Foundation
  • William Tyler Page Elementary School
  • Woman’s Club of Chevy Chase
  • Woodworkers for Children Charity, Inc.
2018 Mosaic Community Services, Inc. donors
  • Ms. Geraldine Abbott
  • Ms. Stefanie Aleman
  • Ms. Lisa Ashton
  • ATS Consultants
  • Mrs. Anne Bailliere
  • Baltimore City Health Department
  • Bank of America Employee Giving Campaign
  • Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bateman
  • Kenneth Battye Charitable Trust
  • Mrs. Karen Belton
  • Ms. Babette Bierman, LCSW-C
  • Ms. Anna Bivens
  • Ms. Maire McCarthy Bollard
  • Ms. Kathlyn M Brocate
  • Mrs. Barbara Brody
  • Brooks & Donna Morris Family Trust
  • Ms. Marjorie Brown
  • Mr. and Mrs. August Bruha
  • Ms. Mary Catherine Bunting
  • Mr. and Mrs. John Burbridge
  • Campbell & Company
  • CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield
  • Mrs. Barty Carr
  • Honorable James Casey
  • Ms. Susan Cashman
  • Ms. Denise Crapo
  • Ms. Lynne Dalrymple
  • Mr. and Mrs. Richard Davis
  • Mr. Chester Duke Trust, Jr.
  • Mr. Edward Featherstone
  • Mr. and Mrs. Allan Field
  • First United Presbyterian Church
  • Ms. Ruth Frey
  • Frine Gonzales, MD
  • Mr. Philip H. Grantham
  • Mrs. Peggy Greenman
  • Mr. & Mrs. Flavia Hallameyer
  • Ms. Jane Higgins
  • Mr. and Mrs. Michael Hilditch
  • Mr. Donald Hohne
  • Hertha Holland
  • Ho Chung Huang
  • Jack and Jill of America
  • Joan & Joseph Klein, Jr. Giving Fund
  • Ms. Ann Kahan
  • Mr. and Mrs. Robert Killebrew
  • Mr. and Mrs. Norval King
  • Mr. and Mrs. John Kneafsey
  • Mr. Alton Knight
Resources are slim for families dealing with mental illness. Donations help make those resources available to as many families as possible. Jack and Pat Nesbitt
  • Ms. Diana Kutulos
  • Mrs. Kathleen LaViña
  • Ms. Wanda Lehman
  • Mr. and Mrs. Robert Levin
  • Mr. Andrew Levy, Esq.
  • Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Lew
  • Dr. Alicia Lucksted
  • Mrs. Amy Macht
  • Maryland Charity Campaign
  • Mr. and Mrs. Richard Masland
  • Dr. Aleyamma Mathew
  • Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McCord
  • Mr. Albert Hillsman Michaels, Jr.
  • Ms. Debbie Morgan
  • Ms. Anjana Muralidharan
  • Ms. Kathryn Murphy
  • Mr. Hunter Nesbitt
  • Dr. John Nesbitt, III
  • Mr. Robert Patchan
  • Dr. Robert P. Roca
  • Ms. Emma Rogers
  • Ms. Lisa Rusyniak
  • Virginia Ryker
  • Betty Schwartz
  • Ms. Summer Seal
  • Drs. Steven and Margaret Sharfstein
  • Ms. Kathleen Sharman
  • Sheehy Nissan of White Marsh
  • SNAEP—Maryland Department of Human Services—
  • Ms. Peggy Sparr
  • St. Andrew’s Christian Community
  • Mr. and Mrs. Mark Stafford
  • Ms. Ann Steinberg
  • Mr. and Mrs. John Sullivan
  • Mr. and Mrs. Steven Tatro
  • The Benevity Community Impact Fund
  • Dr. Laszlo Trazkovich
  • Ms. Rebecca Udofia
  • Mr. Linwood Van Horn
  • Mr. and Mrs. Mitch Wald
  • Mrs. Christiane Walker
  • Mr. and Mrs. Jud Williams
  • Mr. and Mrs. Philip Williams
  • Mr. Robert Williams
  • Mr. Alfred Windesheim
  • Mr. and Mrs. Gail Wohlmuth
  • Dr. Pamela P. Young
  • Ms. Linda Zumbrun
2018 Way Station, Inc. donors

Founders of Long-term
Investment Fund

  • Frederick H. Goldin
  • James and Sonia Maher

Way Station Planned Giving

  • Walter and Frederick W. Barbe
  • Mary Lou Coder
  • Anne Dee Goldin
  • June B. and Sung H. Lee


  • Anonymous
  • BB&T Insurance Services
  • Marylou Blessing
  • John Bosworth
  • Tracy & William Breslin
  • Brook Hill United Methodist Church
  • Capital One Bank
  • Cardiovascular Specialists of Frederick, LLC
  • Marylou and Leo Clagett
  • Joan Cmarik
  • DaVita
  • Delaplaine Foundation, Inc.
  • Enterprise Holdings Foundation
  • Frederick Foot & Ankle
  • Frederick High School Student Government Association
  • Anne Garrett
  • James Grisez
  • Sandra and Scott Hall
  • Mary and William L. Haugh, Jr.
  • Frederic Hinze
  • Elizabeth Koozmin
  • W.B. Mason Co., Inc.
  • Hollie and Melvin Mercier, Jr.
  • MetLife
  • Holy Family Catholic Community of Middletown
  • Morgan Keller, Inc.
  • Marthe Norbury
  • Paiges Promotions
  • Paula and Anthony Paolini
  • Parsons Corporation
  • Becky and Paul Smock
  • Anita Venner and Ira Steinberg
  • St. Peter’s Catholic Church
  • Joyceann Sundergill-Schmid
  • Patricia and Michael Tabor
  • Brenda Teach
  • TEI Electrical Solutions
  • Sarah Weinberg
  • Kelly and David Wenner
  • Frances and Frederick Wenner
  • James Willard
  • Celia and Nelson Zahler


Alan Stuart Goldin Fund
  • Jill S. Arnel
Ray Ault Memorial
  • Andi and Mike Ault
  • Sandi and Joe Ault
  • Donna and Ron Blanck
  • Catherine and Fred Cecere
  • Amy and Tim Dunsmore
  • Julie and Ben Kerth
  • Bernadette and Gayland Lyles
  • Lynn McCall
  • Mary and Don Summerville
  • Elizabeth Summerville
  • Shelley and Kevin Summerville
  • Jean and William Thompson
  • Susan and Andy VanHorn
Gail Duryea Memorial
  • Suzanne Duryea and Timothy Waidmann
Nothing could have prepared our family for the devastation of mental illness. We’re so grateful to Way Station—they helped us in ways no other provider would or could. Ben and Nancy Gieser
Robert Hobba, Jr. Memorial
  • Veronica Gallagher
  • Karla and Bill Stoner
David Krug Memorial
  • Mary Lou and Todd Shultzaberger
Rick Seidel Memorial
  • Theresa Wyatt
Tyler Sigler Memorial
  • Joanna and Douglas Mundschenk
Chase Summers Memorial
  • Pamela Beachley
  • Catharine and Kevin Quirk
  • Shane Rose
  • Lois & George White, III
Vince Gieser & Michelle Frey Memorial
  • Nancy and Ben Gieser
Special Donations in Honor of:
Camp Journey Respite Program
  • Kappa Kappa Iota of Frederick Maryland
Carolyn Sanger
  • Jane and David S. Greene
Pathways Program
  • Peter Gambrill
  • Julia and Walter Morrison
Turning Point
  • Phyllis and Elliott Dickler
Phyllis Dickler’s Special Birthday
  • Anne and James Ackerman
  • Benjamin Caplan
  • Helen and Gerald Gordon
Christa Keen
  • Teresa Amott
Veterans Programs
  • American Legion Auxiliary—Clopper Michael Post Unit 10
  • Benevola United Methodist Church
  • Julie Brown
  • Amanda and Michael Burdick
  • Bonnie and Jason Burgan
  • Andrea and David Carbaugh
  • Clopper Michael Post 10-Lottery Machine
  • Disabled American Veterans—Ralph S. Tagg, Jr.—Chapter 14
  • Sharlyn Doyle
  • Carrie and Brian Eichelberger
  • Heather Fritz
  • Hagerstown Elks Lodge #378
  • James Bros., Inc. 01-84 t/a James Gang Pizzeria
  • Alice and D.A. Johnson
  • Cassie Kisner
  • Brie and Shane Knepper
  • Cheryl Landes
  • Rebecca and William Martin
  • McIntire HVAC & Electric
  • Kelly Miller-Secrest
  • Stephanie Eaton and Donald Moore
  • Kimberly and David Parsley
  • Red Feather Council #59-Degree of Pocahontas
  • Elizabeth and Jesse Rohrer
  • Salem Reform Church
  • Sons of the American Legion Squadron #10-Clopper Michael Post 10
  • Sons of AMVETS Squadron #9
  • Walkersville United Methodist Church
  • Laurie and Timothy Weller, Sr.
  • Erin and Travis Younker

about sheppard pratt health system

Sheppard Pratt Health System is the largest nonprofit provider of mental health, substance use, special education, developmental disability, and social services in the country. A nationwide resource, Sheppard Pratt provides services across a comprehensive continuum of care, spanning both hospital- and community-based resources. Since its founding in 1853, Sheppard Pratt has been innovating the field through research, best practice implementation, and a focus on improving the quality of mental health care on a global level. Sheppard Pratt has been consistently ranked as a top national psychiatric hospital by U.S. News & World Report for nearly 30 years.