2014 Tribute to Change

The 2014 Tribute to Change was held on Tuesday, June 24 at the National Museum of American Jewish History.

The theme for the 2014 Tribute to Change was “Conscience and Freedom.”

Hoover badges and posters featuring select FBI documents stolen by the Citizens’ Commission to Investigate the FBI, a Tribute to Change honoree, available for sale.

Poster for the 2014 Tribute to Change, "Conscience & Freedom"

Tribute to Change Honorees Video

Tribute to Change Interviews and Program Video

Photobooth Pictures

Set of PhotoBooth pictures from the Tribute

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Each year, the Tribute to Change brings together donors, activists, and allies working for real change in the Philadelphia region. The annual celebration honors community leaders who have made significant contributions to movements for change.

2014 Tribute to Change Honorees

Learn more about our honoreesList of the honorees (click link above for details)

Learn more about our emcee, Danielle Brian

Sponsors

Organizer
Connie and Terry Dellmuth

Steve and Barbara Gold
The Philadelphia Foundation

Activist
Amy Laura Cahn

Andy Lamas and Ginny Vanderslice
Jennifer Lyman and Greg Schmidt
Resource Generation, Philadelphia Chapter
Walden Asset Management

Ally
Linda Lee Alter

Elisabeth and Stuart Bass
David Haas
Liz Werthan and Bob Brand
Pathways to Housing PA

Advocate
American Civil Liberties Union of Pennsylvania
Christie Balka and Rebecca Alpert
Richard Baron
Gene Bishop and Andrew Stone
Norma and David Blecker
Marty Brigham and Harriet Rubenstein
Kathleen Cohen
Casey Cook and Shauna Swartz
Leonard and Helen Evelev
Gloria Gilman and Josh Rubinsky
Mary L. Goldman
Jennifer Jordan and Rose White
David Kairys and Antje Mattheus
Leeway Foundation
Liberty Resources, Inc.
Sara Nerken
Jerry Nutter
Catherine Ormerod
Leah Pillsbury
Resource Generation (national)
Susan Schewel
Francie Shaw and Bob Perelman
Leda Sportolari and Michael Tratner
Scott Steketee and Nan Langen Steketee
Lynne and Bert Strieb
Walter Tsou
United Steelworkers Union Local 10-1

Friend
Anonymous
David Acosta and Gerald M. Macdonald
AFSCME District Council 33
Barbara Attie and Remy Heymsfeld
Judith Bernstein-Baker and Karl Baker
John Braxton and Marcy Morgan
Judy Buchanan and Jim Parker
Canopy Consulting, Inc.
Helen Cheung
Jolley Bruce Christman
Cathryn Coate
Helen Cunningham
Peggy and Mark Curchack
Thomas Earle
Jill Feldstein
Alison Gerig
Peter Goldberger and Anna Durbin
Janet Goldwater
Patrice R. Green
Lisa Handler and Patrick Arkins
Eric Hoffman and JoAnne Fischer
Jean Hunt
Sara Jacobson
Mytili Jagannathan
JustLaws.org
Gary Kapanowski
Maura C. Kelly
Cheryl Kritz and Richard Gold
Susan Langmuir and Carmen Febo San Miguel
Vanessa Lowe
Rufus and VeRita Lynch
Jack Malinowski and Deborah Frazer
Pete Matthews
Carolyn McCoy and Bill Sanderson
Farrah Parkes
Philadelphia Council AFL-CIO
Noni Pratt
Prevention Point Philadelphia
David T. Rammler and Suzanne J. Young
Irit Reinheimer
Daphne Rowe
Jean Sanderson
Rev. Neale A. Secor
Susan Sorenson
Jonathan and Judith Stein
Harriet Stone
Support Center for Child Advocates
Charles Thrall and Sally Simmons
Andy and Pat Toy
Janet Weinberger
Women’s Therapy Center
Yuping Zhang

Wine Sponsor
Barefoot Wine & Bubbly

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Beer Sponsor
Victory Brewing Company

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2014 Tribute to Change Planning Committee Members

list of the planning committee members: David Acosta, Barbara Attie, Elizabeth Bass, Kathy Black, Bob Brand, Connie Dellmuth, Terry Dellmuth, Jill Feldstein, Harvey Finkle, Gloria Gilman, Steve Gold, Jean Hunt, Sara Jacobson, Jennifer Jordan, Andy Lamas, Julia Lopez, Vanessa Lowe, Rufus Sylvester Lynch, Farrah Parkes, German Parodi, Leah Pillsbury, Chris Rabb, Hannah Sassaman, Tswana Sewell, Ellen Somekawa, Walter Tsou

Host Committee

Caitlin Barry
Gene Bishop
Steve and Barbara Gold
David Kairys
Lynn Marks
Ezra Berkley Nepon
Catherine Ormerod
David Rudovsky
Reggie Shuford

About the Tribute to Change

Collage of photos from the Tribute

The Tribute to Change is the one time each year when progressives from around the region who support real change gather together. It’s a great chance to connect with old friends and to meet new people who are working to make real change in our communities.

All proceeds raised from the Tribute to Change go towards Bread & Roses’ grants to local social justice groups and grassroots organizing campaigns.

Read more about the 2014 Tribute to Change

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