Supporters

What started as an ambitious civic space has evolved, over the past five years, into a model of equitable and inclusive development for our city and our nation. To date, we have secured nearly $59 million towards our campaign to build the 11th Street Bridge Park and over $55 million to invest directly in the Park’s surrounding neighborhoods through our equitable development strategies. We are grateful to each and every Bridge Park champion for helping us continue our efforts to stitch together our city.

We recognize our early supporters who helped us expand our vision of the 11th Street Bridge Park to become so much more than a park. The Kresge Foundation, The JPB Foundation, The Educational Foundation of America, Artplace America, and LISC DC’s early investments, guidance, and expertise were critical in driving our efforts to place equity and inclusion at the center of our efforts to bridge D.C.

Capital Campaign Supporters

Includes all capital pledges to date

  • District of Columbia Government
  • Exelon Foundation, Exelon, Pepco and Constellation
  • A. James & Alice B. Clark Foundation
  • Share Fund
  • John Edward Fowler Memorial Foundation
  • ArtPlace America
  • DC Commission on Arts & Humanities
  • Lois & Richard England Family Foundation
  • Prince Charitable Trusts
  • National Endowment for the Arts

2019 Supporters

Includes all donors who contributed to the Bridge Park in FY19

$1,000,000+

  • JPMorgan Chase Foundation

$250,000 – $600,000

  • Kresge Foundation
  • TD Charitable Foundation
  • Citi Foundation
  • A. James & Alice B. Clark Foundation

$25,000 – $50,000

  • Bloomberg Philanthropies
  • U.S. National Park Service
  • The Lois & Richard England Family Foundation
  • Meyer Foundation
  • Laura & Peter Olle
  • Prince Charitable Trusts

 $10,000 – $24,999

  • Events DC
  • Wells Fargo Foundation
  • MRP Realty
  • Share Fund
  • WC Smith

$5,000 – $9,999

  • Janie & Robert Lipnick
  • Scott Kratz
  • Brookfield Properties
  • City First Bank of DC
  • DC Govt.-Office of Cable Television, Film, Music & Entertainment / 202 Creates
  • JBG Smith
  • Kaiser Permanente
  • LISC DC
  • MGM Resorts International
  • Risa Fund
  • Urban Land Institute

$2,000 – $4,999

  • Nancy Folger
  • Jane Paul
  • Nicholas & Gardiner Lapham
  • Lime
  • Washington Gas
  • Whole Foods Market
  • Susan & Frederick Reardon

$1,000 – $1,999

  • Eden Rafshoon
  • Irfana Jetha Noorani
  • Dale & Frank Loy
  • Mark Michael
  • Jason Long
  • Cheryl & Brian Argrett
  • Bethesda Community Garden Club
  • Sarah & Josh Eastright
  • Elizabeth Edgeworth
  • Kay Kendall & Jack Davies
  • Andrew & Julie Klingenstein

$500 – $999

  • Capitol Media USA
  • Giant Food LLC
  • Harriet Tregoning
  • Katherine Benjamin
  • Benoit Bosquet
  • Maureen Dwyer
  • Mary Gerster
  • Corinne & Bill Irwin
  • Alex Nock
  • Page Smith
  • Mishka Terplan & Sarah Temkin
  • The Robin and Possum Fund

$101 – $499

  • Mary Lou Egan and Marc Bendick
  • Michelle Esperdy
  • Roger Lewis
  • Emily Madan
  • Olwen & Don Pongrace
  • Nancy & Simon Sidamon-Eristoff
  • Eric Siegel
  • Marion Ballard
  • Christopher Garman
  • Zeenat Jetha
  • Elizabeth DeBarros
  • Elissa Feldman
  • Robert Allan Peck & Lynn Denise Palmer
  • Robert Scher
  • Deedy Ogden
  • David O’Leary
  • Robert Hammond
  • Busboys & Poets
  • Gayle and Robert Krughoff
  • Helen Chason
  • Julia Baer-Cooper & Jeff Cooper
  • Sally Murray James & Daryl Kimball
  • Michael Skinner
  • Elinor Bacon

$100 & below

  • Maureen Brondyke
  • Bob Hazelton
  • Matthew Hershenson
  • Adam Maloon
  • Kay and Brett Mascaro
  • Leila Meghji
  • Tracy Roman
  • Sara Sills
  • Jessica Smith
  • Pam Wessling
  • Samuel Zimbabwe
  • Clark Wilson
  • Penny Morrill
  • Kevin Lennan
  • Rosemary Ervin and Richard Schevitz
  • Heming Nelson
  • Anissa Thompson
  • Thomas Gore
  • Robert Hoffman
  • Stephen Kelley
  • Graylin Presbury
  • Lou Vb Smith
  • Mary Konsoulis
  • Robert Barrett
  • Lisa Lerer & Marc Bleyer
  • Nicholas Burger
  • Robert Burns
  • Nicole Dowd
  • Amy Einstein
  • Gene Hix
  • Brenda Jones
  • Navid Kapadia
  • Eugene Kim
  • Vicki Lancaster
  • Ambreen Qureshi
  • David Rosen
  • Michael Schevitz
  • James Schulman
  • Marcia Semmel
  • Ron Swecker
  • James Thach
  • Dupre Vega
  • Juanita White
  • Karen Zens
  • John Lee
  • Mirza Meghji
  • Imran Saleh
  • Levita Mondie
  • Michelle Betz
  • Darah Bishop
  • Lina Salazar Ortegon
  • Trinishia Samuels
  • Barbara Archibald
  • Liz Chesney
  • Brandon Craddock
  • Angela Curtis
  • Bobby Eubank
  • Jenni Hall
  • Shahnilla Jamal
  • Syed Jamal
  • Mohana Joglekar
  • Vaughn Perry
  • Rashonda Riddle
  • Anna Scallet
  • Mary Sutherland
  • Christie Walser
  • Karen Zareski
  • Josh Frankel
  • Michael Chambers
  • Jaim Coddington
  • Anna Segraves
  • Vaughn Wheatle
  • Maria Budhwani
  • Hayley Cutler
  • Michele Ford
  • Ayoade O’emgee
  • Richard Pearrell
  • Nimet Visram
  • Colsom Iadhani
  • Mehvish Jamal
  • Angelice Floyd
  • Rhoda Jones-Green
  • Ana Cordoso
  • Brian Cipperly
  • Kristin Furio
  • Leslie Hamburger
  • Melissa Jackson
  • Rutvik Joglekar
  • Michelle Otunba
  • Benjamin Stokes
  • Anna-Jane Tabler
  • Kate Taylor
  • Aidan Ciavarra
  • Mary Donahue
  • Stephen Downing
  • Sabeen Marghoob
  • Kara O’Leary
  • Adam Pomerantz
  • Joe Van Wye
  • Jonathan Wilson

The support of our champions is critical to continuing this work. To join our efforts, make a tax-deductible donation to the 11th Street Bridge Park or reach out to our Grant & Project Manager, Mehvish Jamal (mehvish@bridgepark.org, 202-889-5901 x109).

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