Community Impact Report



“VPR is the best. You make us think. You make us care. You remind us that we are all one community.”

~ Jeanie L. and Don C.

Scott Finn

President’s Note

Dear Friends,

It’s been a big year for change in our country and Vermont — and for me as well.

We experienced one of the most tumultuous and consequential midterm elections in recent history. The Me Too movement went global. Concerns over data and privacy reached a fever pitch. Across the country and here in Vermont, we wrestled with issues and effects of race and racism, gun violence and climate change.

Here at VPR, we were reminded that what we offer to our community is unique and essential. The unrelenting news of our time fuels our dedication to provide independent, fact-based journalism while delivering music that creates emotional space for us to reflect and process the realities of our time.

And we saw that value reflected in our reach: VPR had 223,900 weekly listeners to our broadcast stations in 2018*, and we saw record support from our members and business underwriters (thank you!).

That’s good, because there’s more of a need for quality journalism than ever before. Over the past 20 years, the number of journalists in Vermont has dropped by almost half. Meanwhile, VPR has increased its news staff from just three to 21 journalists today.

On our Tell Me More Tour last summer and fall, we met more than 700 people all across the state. In Rutland, we met a woman who couldn’t afford satellite TV or a newspaper subscription. She told us that VPR served as her link to her community, and helped make her new home feel like a real home.

That’s how my family feels about VPR. Before we moved here, I listened to But Why? with my son. My wife and I depend on Brave Little State to answer our questions about Vermont. My teenage daughter usually does not listen to public radio. But on the way home from school one afternoon, we listened to our podcast JOLTED about the averted school shooting in Fair Haven.

She was riveted. She even had her first driveway moment.

At its core, VPR is a public service institution. We are here not to tell you what to think or like, but to provide you with what you need to make informed choices in your life. We do it out of love for our community and a desire to see Vermonters thrive.

Your support makes it all possible. So thank you. Thank you for building this great station, and for challenging us to do even more for Vermont and our region. And thank you for making this new place feel like home.


Scott Finn

Scott Finn
VPR President & CEO

*Nielsen Audio Fall 2018 National Regional Database, Persons 12+ M-Su 6a-12m

“I’m one of those Vermont kids who felt tormented in the back seat of the car growing up by my parents constantly listening to VPR. Now it’s come full circle, and decades later I’m the one tormenting my own children who groan when I turn the station back to VPR, but who listen curiously nevertheless. Your stories have sparked countless conversations and questions in our family about the world we live in and how to engage in our community in healthy, productive, meaningful ways. Thank you.”

~ Jena, Underhill


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VPR is an essential and trusted independent voice for news, information, music and cultural exploration for the people of our region.


To inspire an informed public and an engaged community.


Weekly Broadcast Listeners


* Source: Nielsen Audio Fall 2018 National Regional Database, Persons 12+ M-Su 6a-12m



Population Reached via VPR Stations

1.76 Million*

* In the U.S.

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“VPR is the only station I listen to during my thirty minute commute to and from the school where I teach every day and I use the fact checked, up to date information to supplement my teaching of current events to elementary students. I trust VPR’s integrity, neutrality, and professionalism and I would not risk the learning of my ten year olds if I did not.”
~ Dawn, Jericho
Scott Finn & Robin Turnau VPR


In May, Scott Finn joined VPR as President & CEO after Robin Turnau stepped down from the role after a 29-year career at VPR, including the last nine years as president & CEO.

Tell Me More Tour VPR


You listen to us, so we should make a special effort to listen to you. That was the idea behind VPR’s Tell Me More Tour, to travel the state with no agenda — just a determination to listen to whatever you have to say. Over four months in 2018, we met more than 700 people at events in every county of the state. Nearly the entire VPR staff attended at least one event, where we asked three questions: What’s special about where you live? What issues are important to you? And how can VPR can serve you better? While every event was unique, as we reported out on what we learned we were surprised at how many themes resonated across the state. The tour is helping us shape our work into 2019 and beyond, and we’re working to continue the listening beyond the tour, and make it something we incorporate into our daily lives.

Ray Vega joins VPR Friday Night Jazz


In May, trumpeter, percussionist, composer, arranger and educator Ray Vega joined VPR as the new host of Friday Night Jazz. He’s a senior lecturer at The University of Vermont and currently performs with The Ray Vega Latin Jazz Sextet, The Ray Vega Quartet and The New York Latin Jazz All-Stars. In September, VPR hosted a raucous Friday Night Jazz Pledge Party. Ray performed live at VPR with his Latin Jazz Sextet, with host Jane Lindholm and a live audience. The special broadcast was part of our September membership drive.

VPR Annual Report JOLTED Podcast
VPR Annual Report JOLTED Podcast
Gov. Phil Scott Bill Signing

What can we learn from a school shooting that never happened?

That was the question VPR set out to explore in JOLTED, is a five-part podcast about what happens when a young man plans a school shooting, but gets caught before he shoots anyone. It’s about the line between thought and crime. And, it’s about a Republican governor, in a rural state, who changed his mind about gun laws. We believed an averted school shooting was an opportunity to deeply examine not only the conditions that can lead to school shootings, but more importantly, the conditions that help prevent them.

“I’m a middle school teacher and I used to play a story in a unit for my students off of VPR that was an interview … about the bullying and suicide.”

VPR released the five-part podcast over the course of a month, and it garnered hundreds of thousands of listeners across the country. Vermonters also heard all five episodes on All Things Considered.

JOLTED helped our community more deeply understand the jarring events of early 2018 and how they led to a major shift in Vermont laws. We believe our storytelling helped them understand both what leads to school violence, and how to prevent it.

We heard about the impact of our work from listeners in Vermont and elsewhere: “I am a 2012 graduate of Fair Haven Union High School and also have a parent that works in a school in the same district,” wrote a listener who grew up near Fair Haven. “It’s been a long, confusing and scary year for our community. JOLTED presented important information, and provided some closure for me personally.”

Listeners also got an up-close view of the scarcity of mental health services facing rural families. A psychiatrist noted JOLTED helped her understand how she personally could play a role in preventing school shootings. She said she recognized in Sawyer an “ordinary boy with depression and anxiety in a family/community without the resources to reach him.”

High school and college educators have also used it to spark debate in their classrooms. One student noted the podcast provided insight into the lives of friends, and learned “what different schools are doing to prevent shootings/help at-risk students.”

“It’s a thank you for ‘JOLTED’ … a really great series, not just relative to Vermont but relative to conversations going on in other parts of the country.”

And, the series brought listeners with different ideologies together. “As a progressive, I was able to listen to it with my Republican mother and have a great conversation after each episode,” wrote a nurse practitioner in Vermont. A listener in Washington, D.C., also wrote: “I liked that it presented a tough conversation about gun control in a way that Americans on both sides of the political aisle could understand.”

James Stewart: Timeline VPR


Timeline: Elements is an educational series of podcasts based on the four elements of antiquity – fire, water, earth and air. VPR Classical Host and Timeline Producer James Stewart dove into music, history, art, science and philosophy, drawing connections from different disciplines and time periods.

VPR Giving Tuesday


VPR collaborated with the Vermont Foodbank again in 2018 on Giving Tuesday. The one-day campaign helped raise important funds for public media in Vermont while also helping to serve the mission of the Vermont Foodbank. Overall, VPR heard from 1,867 contributors, which provided 22,404 meals to Vermont families who need a leg up.

“We love VPR and the food shelf. Food insecurity could happen to anyone – friends, neighbors, even our family. We are thankful there are organizations and Vermonters that can help and proud to be part of that community!” – Jen and Barry, Hinesburg



Drivers in Vermont paid over $4 million in traffic fines in 2017. In the spring, investigative reporter Emily Corwin looked into where police issue the most speeding tickets in Vermont. She gathered data statewide and then visited the three towns of Mount Tabor, Plymouth and Bridgewater. The series explored how speeding tickets are issued and processed in Vermont and where the money goes. The data analysis and on-air reports created greater awareness among Vermonters as to variations in enforcement from town to town: the week the series was published, VPR’s website received 32 percent more traffic than it received the same week the prior year.

Are You Ready to Vote?


As part of its Campaign 2018 coverage, VPR produced interviews with all candidates for statewide office during Morning Edition, Vermont Edition and All Things Considered.

One of the key takeaways from the VPR – Vermont PBS Poll was that about a fifth of respondents said they were unsure of who they’d vote for in a variety of the statewide races. Knowing not everyone has the time and resources to follow along for months, VPR’s last-minute Time To Vote guide provided a quick look at some of VPR’s Campaign 2018 coverage, repackaged for last-minute reading before Election Day.

“I absolutely LOVED the “Vermonters: Are You Ready to Vote?” guide. Thank you so much! It was so well done and incredibly helpful to me to find this “quick look” at VPR’s campaign 2018 coverage all in one place. I also listened to some of the interviews and think the interviewers did an excellent and impartial job of interviewing the candidates. I feel fortunate that VPR exists. Thanks for all your hard work and dedication.” – Lucy


VPR began a new partnership with Vermont PBS that involved a variety of projects developed to provide increased and improved public service to a larger audience.

The first of those projects was the production of the VPR News Minute. The News Minute is weekly, 60-second look at top stories in the news on Thursdays just before the PBS NewsHour. The News Minute is also published on social media. The newscast is taped in VPR’s newsroom each week by Vermont PBS and is hosted by All Things Considered Host Henry Epp.

VPR and Vermont PBS also joined forces to commission two polls that measured Vermonters’ opinions of the candidates and issues in advance of the 2018 election. Coverage included analysis of top issues for Vermonters and name recognition of primary election candidates. The poll was discussed in an episode of Vermont Edition and was the focus of Vermont This Week on Vermont PBS. The joint collaboration brought increased public awareness to a larger audience about the issues of most importance to Vermonters.

In addition to extensive news coverage, the full results were released online, which allowed anyone to explore the polling data and other media organizations to parse and report on it, inspiring even more conversations around the state.

Finally, VPR and Vermont PBS collaborated to broadcast a series of four live candidate debates leading up to the General Election in November. The series was broadcast live on VPR and Vermont PBS, providing a larger statewide audience the opportunity to draw clear distinctions between candidates and help become well informed about their choices.

They Are Us


They Are Us is a seven-part special series about mental health in Vermont. Each episode highlighted first person stories from inside the state’s mental health care system, prompting significant feedback from our audience who told us the series hit home.

“I would like to congratulate Erica Heilman on a fantastic job putting together the 7-part series, “They Are Us” about mental illness in Vermont. I found each segment to be compelling and powerful in its message. It’s about time that mental illness is being pulled out of the shadows of stigma, and the deficits of the mental health system in Vermont exposed, so that more can be done to help the Vermonters among us who struggle every day with their illnesses.”

– Robin, Hanover NH

Brave Little State


VPR continued to experiment with new ways to engage listeners through our Brave Little State journalism project. Brave Little State works to empower our audience by exploring questions about Vermont submitted and voted on by listeners, making our journalism more inclusive, more transparent and more fun. In 2018, listeners pushed us to answer difficult questions, such as “Why are there so many African-Americans incarcerated in Vermont?” The show also explored what happened with a Utah developer’s plan to build an eco-utopia for 20,000 people on 5,000 acres in four towns, the history of French-Canadian immigration in Vermont, what it’s like to work three jobs and answered an often-asked question about whether Vermont is really losing young people.

“I truly love the podcast Brave Little State! I am an educator that values incorporating place based content into my lessons, but I am new to Vermont. But the the questions covered let me learn about this great state, answering questions I have also wondered about myself!”

– Julie, Worcester

Brave Little State also won a national Edward R. Murrow award for Best News Documentary for its 2017 episode about the history of Vermont’s whiteness and stories from people of color about what it’s like to live here.

But Why Podcast


Why is fire orange? How was the universe created? Why do people get cancer? That’s just a handful of questions tackled in 2018 by But Why, VPR’s podcast for curious kids. For the bi-weekly podcast, kids are invited to record and send their questions, and Host Jane Lindholm and Producer Melody Bodette seek out the answers. To date, But Why has received questions from kids in all 50 states, Washington, D.C. and Puerto Rico, and 50 countries. But Why episodes have been used as educational tools in New York City public schools. Downloads of the show grew 82% in less than a year, ending the year averaging 200,000 downloads per month.

In 2018, But Why was part of the first “Mega Awesome Super Huge Wicked Fun Podcast Playdate”, a children’s podcast festival produced by Boston’s WBUR. But Why appeared before an audience of several hundred people and explored the world of owls and other birds. VPR is bringing the live show around Vermont in 2019.

“Our whole family LOVES the But Why podcast. We all learn new things from it and it’s so great to have a podcast with real kids voices and the content shaped by real kids questions rather than by adult ideas of what kids want.”


VPR addressed a number of community issues and needs with special reports.

Vermont Elections


VPR continued its in-depth coverage of state government in 2018. From Montpelier, Statehouse Reporters Bob Kinzel and Peter Hirschfeld followed the twists and turns of the legislative process, including historic gun control legislation, the legalization of recreational marijuana and the budget impasse between the Legislature and Gov. Phil Scott.

Vermont Marijuana legalization


When Vermont became the first state to legalize marijuana through an act of the Legislature, VPR reporters covered this story extensively. Reporters covered debates in the House and the Senate and the bill signing by a Republican governor that allows possession of up to an ounce of marijuana. Specifics of the law and a variety of detailed information were published at our website.

Vermont Immigration


As part of a New England News Collaborative series called “Facing Change,” VPR continued its reporting on the several thousand migrant farm workers living in Vermont. The reporting found an increase in immigration enforcement and a rise in arrests and detentions by the U.S. Border Patrol in Vermont, New Hampshire and in northeastern New York. The workers are a significant part of the state’s farm economy, so much so that twice a year the Mexican government travels to Vermont to assist its citizens.

Another story focused on the deportation of a longtime Vermont resident back to Kenya, due to administration policies on immigration issues.

Racism in Vermont


VPR provided comprehensive coverage of the decision by Bennington Rep. Kiah Morris not to seek re-election to the Vermont House due to being the target of hate online and in everyday life. The reporting included the investigation by the attorney general into the incidents.

Various incidents of racism led VPR to include questions in its public opinion survey on Vermonters’ perceptions of racism in the state.

In a special report by Reporter Peter Hirschfeld, VPR uncovered a disturbing picture of workplace harassment at the Vermont Psychiatric Care Hospital in Berlin, where some African-American staff members said they had been subjected to racist comments by co-workers. Hirschfeld’s reporting included the subsequent investigation, and on the reaction by Gov. Phil Scott, whose administration reviewed the conditions.

Vermont Edition


Vermont Edition regularly addresses key community issues. A few highlights from last year include:

“I’m a big fan of Vermont Edition; to me it is the most important single thing that VPR does toward knitting the state together and reinforcing our civic life by letting all listeners get the chance to ask questions and share their own ideas and opinions about intrinsically Vermont issues.” – Alan, Burlington


VPR has won more than 90 awards over the last decade for news coverage, programming, website, fundraising, workplace and overall excellence.

Vermont Public Radio and its staff received significant industry recognition in 2018, including five national journalism awards.

National PRNDI Awards

Regional Edward R. Murrow Awards

Vermont Public Radio won four regional Edward R. Murrow Awards from the Radio Television Digital News Association (RTDNA) for best news documentary, hard news, excellence in writing and best website.

Seven Daysie Award for Best Radio Station

Each year, readers of the Burlington-based Seven Days weekly paper pick their favorite restaurants, artists, stores, festivals, journalists, personalities, and media in the area where Seven Days is delivered. 2018 was the 11th consecutive year that Vermont Public Radio has been voted Best News Radio Station.


Fiscal Year: October 1, 2017 – September 30, 2018. Click here to review VPR’s audited financial statements.


Membership & Individual Giving$4,863,527$4,807,121
Donated Goods & Services$891,679$931,731
Corporation For Public Broadcasting$689,390$835,592
Investment Income Used for Operations$240,093$230,456
Telecasting, Production & Other$201,167$143,379
Contribution - Operating$144,840$18,293
Restricted Donations$200,219$249,822
TOTAL REVENUES*$9,581,483$9,483,088

Membership & Individual Giving
Donated Goods & Services
Corporation For Public Broadcasting
Investment Income Used For Operations
Telecasting, Production, Other
Contribution – Operating
Restricted Donations

* In addition to the revenue generated by and used in operations, described above, VPR receives bequests and contributions designated by the donors for specific programs. Depending on the performance of the financial markets, VPR may also report income or loss on its endowment investments. Please see VPR’s audited financial statements for more detail.


Programming & Services$6,601,043$6,611,909
Fundraising & Development$1,419,380$1,346,072
Management & Administration$1,240,249$1,488,025
TOAL EXPENSES*$9,260,672$9,446,006

Programming & Services

Fundraising & Development

Management & Administration

* Excludes depreciation expense

10-year Membership Trend

Membership Chart

More than half of VPR’s funding comes from nearly 28,000 individuals making donations in any amount. Your investment in VPR powers our public service and keeps our independent reporting, exceptional storytelling and inspirational music alive and freely available to all.


Dawn Andrews
Cabot, VT

Charlie BrowneChair
Barnet, VT

Stan Fishkin
Chittenden, VT

Elizabeth Glenshaw
Lyme, NH

Garrett Graff
Burlington, VT

Wayne Granquist
Weston, VT

Joyce Judy
Waterbury, VT

Charlie Kireker
Weybridge, VT

Ellen McCulloch-Lovell
Montpelier, VT

Scott McArdleSecretary
Starksboro, VT

Nicole RavlinVice Chair
Shelburne, VT

Willemien Dingemans Miller
Norwich, VT

Brad Robertson
Essex, VT

Andrea Rogers
Burlington, VT

Steve Swayne
Quechee, VT

Peggy Williams
Johnson, VT

Bob YoungTreasurer
Proctor, VT

Scott Finn, VPR President & CEO – ex officio
Jericho, VT

Learn more about VPR’s Board Of Directors, including a schedule of upcoming meetings. Special thanks to Ted Adler for his service on the VPR Board of Directors.

“The station has glued my whole family together. All the generations listen.”

~ Cynthia, Wallingford


Alfonso Villegas
South Burlington, VT

Alicia Malay

Pittsford, VT

Alison Kosakowski Conant
Richmond, VT

Andrea Landsberg
Cornwall, VT

Caroline Aubry
Burlington, VT

Charles Justin Sheng
Woodstock, VT

Christina Krueger
Poultney, VT

Craig Varley
Canaan, VT

David Schwartz
Williston, VT

Doug Morin
Barnet, VT

Erik Mueller-Harder
Cabot, VT

Jane Conolly
South Burlington, VT

Jeanne Nauheimer
Essex Junction, VT

Jeffrey Thomas
Winooski, VT

Jill Loewer
Waterbury Center, VT

Joan Rose
Plymouth, VT

John Figliozzi
Clifton Park, NY

Jori Jacobeit
Shoreham, VT

Julie Elmore
Colchester, VT

Karen Saudek
Montpelier, VT

Kathleen Maceda
Brattleboro, VT

Lawrence Jones
Bristol, VT

Mark Hardy
Meriden, NH

Myles Tandy
Morristown, VT

Nick Garcia
Burlington, VT

Paul Carnahan
Montpelier, VT

Peter Bradford
Peru, VT

Rachael Cohen
Westminster West, VT

Ruth Farmer
Bristol, VT

Sarah Levine
Putney, VT

Sebastian Araujo
Montgomery, VT

Shane Rogers
Newport, VT

Sharon Ellingwood White
Lemington, VT

Stephen D’Agostino
Reading, VT

Susan Bradford
Peru, VT

Theresa Ipeura
West Glover, VT

Tristen Wade
Burlington, VT

Vanessa Arbour
Burlington, VT

VPR’s Community Forum is a volunteer group that provides community input to VPR about its programming and public service. During each two-year term, Community Forum members learn how VPR works behind the scenes, meet our staff and provide feedback about our programming and public service. They discuss the goals of public radio and serve as ambassadors for VPR in their community.


Sarah Ashworth, News Director
Heather Dieringer, Strategic Plan and Projects Manager
Scott Finn, President & CEO
Brendan Kinney, Senior Vice President of Development & Marketing
RaMona Sheppard, Director of Human & Financial Resources
Joe Tymecki, Vice President for Technology and Engineering and Chief Technology Officer
John Van Hoesen, Senior Vice President & Chief Content Officer
Lisa Larivee, Human Resources SupportLaura Schoenfeld, Staff Accountant
Lesli Blount, Director of Corporate Support
Tamika Davis, Director of Individual Giving
Gail England, Senior Corporate Support Associate
Cody Fiala, Director of Development Services
Jenn Jarecki, Corporate Support Associate
Leanne Klyza-Linck, Manager of Philanthropic Giving
Haley Labonte-Davey, Corporate Support Associate
Jean Murphy, Sustaining Membership Coordinator
Francesca Orsini, Development Services Coordinator
Michelle Owens, Manager of Marketing & Communications
Ty Robertson, Coordinator of Community Engagement
Anna Ste. Marie, Marketing & Engagement Coordinator
Melissa Nelson, Development Services Coordinator
Ric Cengeri, Vermont Edition Producer
Liam Elder-Connors, Reporter
Emily Corwin, Investigative Reporter/Editor
Mark Davis, Assistant News Director
John Dillon, Senior Reporter, New England News Collaborative
Henry Epp, All Things Considered Host/Reporter
Angela Evancie, Managing Editor for Podcasts
Sam Gale Rosen, Vermont Edition Managing Editor
Peter Hirschfeld, Capital Bureau Reporter
Nina Keck, Senior Reporter
Bob Kinzel, Senior Reporter/Vermont Edition Host
Amy Kolb Noyes, Reporter
Jane Lindholm, Vermont Edition Host
Meg Malone, Digital Producer
Lynne McCrea, Special Projects Producer/Reporter
Bayla Metzger, News Producer, Morning Edition
Betty Smith, Commentary Series Producer
Matthew Smith, Vermont Edition Producer
Howard Weiss-Tisman, Southern Vermont Reporter
Mitch Wertlieb, Morning Edition Host/Reporter
Helen Lyons, VPR Classical Host
Joel Najman, My Place Host/Producer
Walter Parker, VPR Classical Senior Music Host/Producer
Linda Radtke, VPR Choral Hour Host
Robert Resnik, All The Traditions Host/Producer
James Stewart, VPR Classical Host/Producer
Ray Vega, Friday Night Jazz Host
Kari Anderson, Program Director
Melody Bodette, But Why Producer
Bryant Denton, Announcer
Mary Engisch, Senior Producer/Announcer
Aaron Kimball, Announcer
Mary Carol Maganzini, Announcer
Jake Rusnock, Producer/Announcer
Chris Albertine, Chief Production Engineer
Frank Alwine, Broadcast Engineer - Studio
John B. Billingsley Production Engineer
Jonathan Butler, Director of Digital Strategies
Richard Dana, Broadcast Engineer - Transmitter
Peter Engisch, Production Engineer
Liz Fullerton, Operations Specialist/Announcer
Todd Mallory, IT Specialist
Brian Marshall, Broadcast Engineer - Transmitter
Kira Parker, Broadcast Engineer - Transmitter
Victoria St. John, Director of Operations
Noah Villamarin-Cutter, Digital Services Specialist
Chris Bohannon, Facilities & Safety AssistantLaurie Kigonya, Director of Facilities & Sustainability
Brandy Provost, Administrative Support


More than 90 percent of our funding comes from the local community. Click below to see a list of business sponsors and some of the supporters who made our work possible in 2018. Special thanks to the nearly 28,000 members who invest in our success each year.

2018 Producers Circle

October 1, 2017 – December 31, 2018

Thanks to everyone who made unrestricted gifts* to VPR in 2018 in support of our operations; we wish we could list every one of our thousands of members in this report! Please accept our sincere thanks for your support and passion for Vermont Public Radio.

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Donna and Jake Carpenter
The Argosy Foundation
The Byrne Foundation
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Rev. and Mrs. C. Frederick Buechner
Tom Johnson and Ina Smith
Charles and Marie Kireker
Lake Family Foundation
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The Abraham Fuchsberg Family Foundation
Irene Bareau
Judith and Edward Becker
Bernard F. & Mary A. Powell Foundation
Norman and Patricia Foy
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Elizabeth Skarie and Jerry Greenfield
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Mrs. Serena Hatch
Patricia Hatry
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Sally P. Johnson
Stephen and Paula Johnson
Bonnie Knight
Louis Foundation Irrevocable Trust
Kathy Metcalfe and Langdon Wheeler
Nancy Newbury-Andresen
Andrea Rogers and Avery Hall
Frank and Brinna Sands
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Weiss
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Gisela and Adam Alpert
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Rex Carr
Dr. Cara Cassino
Nancy and John Collier
David Darrin
Mary Jane Dickerson
Jason Eckenroth
David M. Green and Margaret F. Edwards
Martha Elliott
Patricia M. Fontaine
Joseph and Cathy Frank
Barbara and Ivor Freeman
Peter Gehring
Wayne and Deborah Granquist
The Hathaway Foundation
Susan Hunter
Suzanne Jern
Michael Jordan
Louise M. Kelly
John H. Kueffner and Carolyn Goodwin-Kueffner
Jim and Vicky Linville
Lionheart Charitable Trust
Professor Melvin T. Tyree and Ms. Charleen P. Miles
P.G. Adams
Faith and Tim Rushford
Schatz Family Foundation
Ann Smallwood
David and Laura Stiller
Julie Tamler
Stephanie M. Taylor
Bruce and Lillian Venner
Katherine Webster
Star Whitney
John and Mary Wilson
William and Joanna Wright
Kit Gates and Mark Yorra
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Jennifer and David Adsit
Susan B. Alden
All Points Animal Care
Bob and Karen Allen
Julia Alvarez and Bill Eichner
Dawn K. Andrews
Don and Cheryl Appe
Susan E. Arnold
Timothy and Judy Audette
Sheelagh and Frederick Baily
Mimi Baird
Lauren and Gary Baker
Emily Barrett
Richard and Diana Beattie
Constance Beaty
Martin Bell
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Rita Ramirez and Thomas Bodett
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Roger Bourassa
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Kitty Boyan
Sanford and Kristi Bragg
Ross Brewer
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Barbara Bristol and Galway Kinnell
Steve and Laurie Brittain
Mr. Geoffrey S. Brown
Robert R. Bruce and Kathryn J. Stearns
Michael L. Burak
Paul Calter
Stephen Canon
Rogers-Carroll Family Foundation
Martha Cavanaugh and Edward Vilandrie
The Charles E. and Edna T. Brundage Foundation
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Jake Davis
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Paul Donnelly
Janet Dooley and Thomas Frank
Audrey Duane
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Susan Dunning
Chiuho Duval
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Mary and Tom Evslin
Nancy Ewen
Hasso Ewing
Maxie Ewins
Hany Farid
Deirdre Farley
David Farrington
John and Rachi Farrow
Charles and Charlotte Faulkner
Frank Fekete
Doris and Norman Fisher
Dr. Elliott Fisher and Nan Cochran
Jim and Susan Fitzpatrick
Leverett Flint
Peter and Jeanne Floeckher
Dover Robinson Ford
Jill Fox
Michael and Melody Frank
Mark Freudenberger
Dr. John Frymoyer
Mary Gade
Joan Gamble and Chip Paison
Barbara Ganley and Bill Roper
Ysabella and James Gara
Judy Geer and Dick Dreissigacker
Dr. Douglas Gentile
Carol and George Gibson
Reg and Joan Gignoux
Michael Gleason
Elizabeth and Peter Glenshaw
Natalie and Wallace Good
Patricia Goodrich
Mary and Stephen Gorman
Jonna Goulding and Marc Coxon
Kirthi and Vijay Govindarajan
Chris and Nancy Graff
Garrett M. Graff and Katherine Birrow
Douglas Griswold and Lori Rowe
Growald Family Fund
Marshall and Lou Guill
John Hagen
John and Rheba Haley
Dr. Kent Hall
Michael Hamilton
Scott Hammond
Susan Hanson
Rosie Harlow Segal
Ray Harwick
John and Joey Hawkins
Mary Hawkins and Tom Weschler
Judith Hayward
Joseph Helble and Rebecca Dabora
John and Stella Herpel
Jodi Breckenridge Hilker and Manfred Hilker
Marcia Hindle
Allan and Winnie Hohlt
Tracy Holden
Deming and Romer Holleran
Steve Holman
Mary Holmes
Dr. Richard Hong
William Howard
Kathy Hoyt
James Hughes
Fred Hutchins and Maree Gaetani
Thomas Hyde
David and Eleanor Ignat
Charles and Lauren Irvin
Penrose and Schuyler Jackson
Janine and Paul Jacobs
James E. Robison Foundation
David Jones
Francis Jones
Hank and Josie Kaestner
Johanna Kebabian
Clarke and Cathie Keenan
Paul L. Kendall and Sharon Kendall
Ann D. Kent
Christena Keon Sirsly
John and Jen Kimmich
Claudia and Peter Kinder
Gregory King and Sharon Cotterell
Brendan Kinney and Mary Brodsky
Liisa Kissel
Monica Knorr and Steven Sinding
Carlie and David Krolick
Amy and Kevin Kuzio
Donald and Allyson Laackman
Susan G. Lacoste
Charles Lacy and Gaye Symington
Jessica Lahey
Joann and Peter Langrock
Joshua Levy and Pam Magnuson
Martin and Barbara LeWinter
Phil and Crea Lintilhac
Stephanie Lorentz
Christopher W. Lovell and Ellen McCulloch-Lovell
Betsy MacIsaac and Bob Goldberg
John Mahoney and Wendy Davis
Howard Malovany
Theodore Marcy and Kimberly Hornung-Marcy
Susan T. Fiske and Douglas S. Massey
Winifred McDowell
Richard McGaw
Barbara McGrew
Holly McKenzie and Robert Martin
Holly McLure
Katharine McMillan
Joe and Suzanne Medlicott
John and Millie Merrill
Linda Michelsen
Kathryn Milillo and Robert Stein
Michael and Jeanne Baer Miller
Brett Millier and Karl Lindholm
Lowell and Sandra Mintz
In Memory of Dr. James Mithoefer
Corb Moister, Jr.
Robert and Toni Monsey
Leon and Frances Morsillo
Radetta Nemcosky in memory of Ron Nemcosky
Jack Neuhauser
David Newhouse
Stephen Nissenbaum and Dona Brown
Norman J Fisher & Doris Fisher Foundation
Mary O'Brien and Dennis Sanders
Lisa L. Osterland
Judy Palfrey
James Palmer
John A. Pane and Elizabeth Bassett
Anne Judson and Tim Parsons
Christy Patt
Bill and Betsy Peabody
Kimberly Peake
Martha and Bill Peck
Randall Perkins
Fred "Chico" Lager and Yvette Pigeon
Jane Pincus
Joseph Piscotty and Carol Maulhardt
Pamela Polston
Julie Potter
Jeffrey Prescott
Jim and Dianne Prevo
The Prevot Family Foundation
Edward and Mary Pringle
Frank Racette
Mark and Cara Ray
Markey Read and Tim King
Stephanie Reininger
Rebecca Rice
Lemont K. Richardson
Steve and Martha Richardson
Andrew A. Robinson and Jan Waterman
Mary Lou and Donald Robinson
Katie Rogers
Rogers - Carroll Family Foundation
Dr. and Mrs. Dwight Rost
Robert and Susan Rowell
Barry and Wendy Rowland
Ann and Alfred Ruesch
Elizabeth Ruml
Eugenia and Richard Saganich
Robert and Andrea Sand
David and AnnLouise Santos
Deborah Schapiro and Louis Polish
Michael and Barbara Schmidt
Ruth Scriptunas
Timothy and Carolyn Scully
Michael and Linda Seaver
Bruce and Meg Seely
Anne Segal
Cindy and Michael Seligmann
Diana and Jerome Senturia
The Metz Family
Del Sheldon
Dr. Connie Shemo and Bill Shemo
Lois Shiozawa and David Horak
Stephen Sisler
Dr. Jill Skochdopole and Andrew Smith
Win Smith
Ed Weissman and Steve Smith
Richard and Laurinda Solomon
Wendy and Jonathan Spector
Randall Spiller
Lydia Spitzer and Dottie Deans
Roger W. Squire
Orson L. St. John, Jr.
Jeffrey and Lorna Stall
Candace Staton
Ruth and Frederick Stavis
Charles Stern
Jane Watson Stetson and E.W. Stetson III
Jonathan H. Stevens
Betty and Lawson Stewart
Sophia H. Stone
Matthew Strauss
Skip and Marilyn Sturman
Neil Swinton
Laura Taylor
Winifred Thomas
Rupert and Jan Thouron
Chris Trimble
Sherrie Tucker and Ron Tucker
Lianne Tuomey
Robin and Bob Turnau
Ed and Lauren Twardy
Cheryl Lang Ullman, DMD
Elizabeth Van Buren
John Van Hoesen and Fred Sargeant
Ellen and Greg Vaut
Melissa Volansky
J. Alvin Wakefield
Stephen and Judy Walke
Ray and Jeanne Walker
Margery S. Walker
Laurie Walsh and Tim Soule
John Walz
Leslie and Nicholas Ward
Dr. Norman Ward and Dr. Patricia King
Kathryn and Marshall Webb
Ms. Sarah Webb
Lawrence Webster
Joan and Dick Weed
Janet Whatley
David and Melissa Whitmore
Ruth Wildhorn
William M Chester Jr Revocable Trust
Catherine Willson
Jeffrey and Jackie Wilson
Ann Wittpen
Nancy E. Wood
Jaqueline and Christopher Wren
Malcolm and Marjorie Wright
Barbara York and David Adair
Leslie Young

Journalism Fund

October 1, 2017 – December 31, 2018

Established in 2010, this special fund enables reporters and producers to innovate, take risks, and respond to opportunities. The Journalism Fund is designed to support a range of initiatives and is administered by an in-house committee of VPR staff. Funded projects are held to the same high level of independence and integrity you expect from VPR, thanks to the firewall between donors and decisions about news projects, reporting, and editorial standards.

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Phillips Legacy Society

The Phillips Legacy Society recognizes supporters who have made a provision for Vermont Public Radio in their will, estate plans or other planned gifts. VPR extends its heartfelt thanks to nearly 250 supporters who have made this special commitment to our vision and mission.

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Jan and Harris Abbott
John and Mary* Adams
Julia Alvarez and Bill Eichner
Dawn K. Andrews
Sally Andrews
Joan and James Ashley*
Margot Bouchard*
David* and Meredith Babbott
Marta Bach
Coleman and Susan Baker
Joseph Bamford*
Irene Bareau
Barbara Barnes*
Beth Barrett
Jenneke Barton
Richard and Elizabeth Bernstein
Bill Berry*
Peter Biello
Catherine Bogardus*
Ruth P. Bogorad*
Theodore F. and Donald A. Boniface
Trent Bonsall
Leslie Botjer*
Fred Bradley and Marilyn Trapeni
Priscilla Byerly
James Cahill and Peggy Kehew
Anna Taylor Caleb
Paul Calter
Tom and Nancy Carlson
Barbara Cate
Henry Chauncey, Jr.
Karen A. Christiansen
Mr. Robert Christy
Daniel Clark*
Rudyard and Janet Colter*
Patricia Compton*
Naia Conrad*
Sivan Cotel
Dorothy Ford Craighead*
Pamela Crary*
Ella Damiano
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Dickson Davis
Ann B. Day
Catherine Degnon
Carol Delaney
Jane G. Denker
Mary Jane Dickerson
Closey and Whit* Dickey
Estate of Knox D Divoll
Deborah Dorfman*
Barbara Dozetos
Roberta B. Dubrowsky
Kathleen M. Duclos
Patty Duffy
Lyn DuMoulin
David Eggert
Richard Ehlert
Perez and Elizabeth Ehrich
Dale and Christine Eickelman
Helen H. Eldred*
Ted Ellis*
Mr. Joseph Ellovich and Mrs. Betty Ellovich
Betty Emmons*
Dorothy M. Erickson
Ella A. Erway
Maxie Ewins
Peter Farber and Arlene Robbins
Barbara Fisher*
Nancy Marshall and Stanley Fishkin
Dover Robinson Ford
Sharon Foster*
Joe and Cathy Frank
Tere Gade
Katherine F. Gilleland*
Stephen H. Goldberg
Marlene Graf
Janet Greenlees*
Barrett Grimm
Walt and Fran Grisard
Mary and Michael Grizzard
Alice Grow
Betty Ann Halperin*
Martin Segal* and Rosie Harlow Segal
Jean and Ronald Harmsen
Breda* and Bob Harnish
Patricia* and Ray Harwick
Thomas Henneberger*
Marshall and Mimi Heuser
Dorothy Hines Revocable Trust
James Hornig*
Miriam Adams Howland *
Dave Hume*
Terry Hutson
Retta Huttlinger
Beal B. Hyde*
Edward Janeway*
Carol L. Jeffery
Gregory and Kathy Johnson
Marilyn Johnson
David Jones
Dr. Michel Kabay
Louis F.* and Margaret L. Kannenstine
Henry and Barry Kaplan
Ned Kelley
Mrs. Ann Kent
Jennifer Kern
Lynde and Connie Kimball
Dr. Mary Kintner
Dr. Seth Koch
Kate and Bill Koch
Mitch Kramer and Dinah Smith
John H. Kueffner and Carolyn Goodwin-Kueffner
Jane Lancaster
Terese Lane*
Ann Larson
Judy Larson Di Mario
Mary Haas
Donna Leban
Lee Lemal*
Joan E. Lewis
Jeff and Jill Loewer
Ken and Mary Lynn
Mary Lou and Peder Marcussen
Jean Marder*
Patricia Mardeusz
Bill Mares and Chris Hadsel
Peter and Marguerite Mason
Gayle and Gayle Massingham
Paul McClatchey*
Lee McDavid
Thomas McGowan
Doug McGown
Barbara McGrew
Cheryl Wilfong and William McKim
Cordelia Merritt
Suzanne and George Meyers
Dr. K. Tyler Miller
Bette L. Moffett*
Bill and Marion Mohri
Hugh Montgomery
Martin Morrell
Alice Morris*
Miles and Pat Mushlin
Dr. Ken Nalibow
Patricia Nye*
Richard and Patricia Nye*
Marjorie Ottenbreit
John A. Pane and Elizabeth Bassett
Barbara and Fred* Parker
James Parker
Jim Parker *
William A. Pearson
James and Elizabeth Peden*
Cynthia A. Perry
Wes and Terry Phillips*
Thea Platt
Donald B. Poulson*
Shanna Ratner
Grant and Lisa Rees
Joshua E. Reynolds
Gary and Chirstina Richards
Walter and Susan Richter
Susan Rittenhouse
Mary Lou and Donald Robinson
Peter and Tia Rosengarten
Charlotte Rosshandler
Polly Rowe*
Nancy and Ronald Rucker
Kathleen Rupright*
Angus* and Elisabeth Russell
David Ryan
Mr. & Mrs. John Sayward*
Robert and Lynne S. Schwartz
Anne Segal
Abi Sessions
Dr. Shoshanna Shelley
Gail and Ned* Shulman
Kitty Shumlin
Peter Sinclair
Toddy Sloan*
Eugene Smith
Jennifer Smith
Betty Smith-Mastaler and Tony Mastaler
A Friend from Shrewsbury
Alice Mary Sprickman
Antoinette Stafford*
Peter Stamm
Ben Stein*
Betty and Lawson Stewart*
Fran Stoddard
Stephanie Stouffer
Robert and Mary Stuart
Susan Sweitzer
Pierre Swick
Molly Symons
Marcy and Andrew Tanger
Carolyn C Tenney*
Dr. Brian Timura
Marklyn Trainor
Jackie and Howard Travis
Cheryl Lang Ullman, DMD
John Van Hoesen and Fred Sargeant
C. H. Vanselow*
Richard and Barbara Wadhams*
Margery S. Walker
Andrew and Dianne Warren
Janet and Paul Warren
Gary Momaney
Ann W. Weathers*
Mary Lewis Webb
Kent Webster
Judith Wechsler
Beverly Weeks
Andrew Welch
Joe Wendling and Claire Wendling
Evelyn Westebbe
Deborah Wheeler*
Jane K. Wilde
James Wilson
H. Peter Wimmer*
John Wires*
Steven and Susan Wood
Lois Wunderley
Barbara York and David Adair
Dohr Zachai*
Jim Zien and Helena Binder

* deceased

Business Sponsors

We’d like to thank the more than 400 local businesses that supported VPR in 2018 through underwriting.

A Single Pebble
A&R Entertainment
AARP Vermont
Ace Hardware Dealer Group
Aerie Consulting
Albany Berkshire Ballet
Albany College of Pharmacy And Health Sciences
Alice Peck Day Memorial Hospital
Allan H. Day Piano Service
Almartin Volvo
Alzheimer’s Association Vermont
Amalgamated Culture Works
Amazing Vermont Photography
American Civil Liberties Union
Ann Swanson Real Estate
Aqua Vitea
Arc Mechanical
Ardelia Farm and Company
Artemis Fitness
Aurora Chamber Singers
Bank of NH Pavilion
Barre Opera House
Bee the Change
Bellwether School
Bennington Bookshop
Berkley & Veller Greenwood
Better Living Audiology
Big Picture Farm
Billings Farm and Museum
Black Bear Music Fest
Black River Produce
Blue Cross Blue Shield
Blue Heron
Bluebird Barbecue
Bolton Valley Resort
BP Wastewater Services of Vermont
Brattleboro Chamber of Commerce
Brattleboro Museum
Brattleboro Music Center
Brattleboro Retreat
Brattleboro Savings and Loan
Bristol Electronics
British Clockmaker
Bruce Chalmer, Couples and Individual Therapy
Building Energy
Burlington Chamber Orchestra
Burlington Choral Society
Burlington City Arts
Burlington Code Academy
Burlington Farmers Market
Burlington Furniture Company
Burlington Wine and Food Festival
Burton Snowboards
Business Resource Services
C2 Competitive Computing
Calvin Coolidge Foundation
Catamount Solar
CBD Vermont
Cedar Hill Continuing
Cedar Wood Natural Health Center
Celtic On Tour
Center For Whole Communications
Central Vermont Chamber Music
CFA Society Vermont
Champlain College
Champlain College Teacher Apprentice Program
Champlain Housing Trust
Champlain Orchards
Chappell’s Florist
Cheese and Wine Traders
Children’s Literacy Foundation
Chittenden County Regional Planning Commission
Chroma Optics
Chroma Technology
Church Street Marketplace
Circus Smirkus
City Market
City of Claremont
Clean Yield
Cloud 9 Caterers
Clute Wealth Management
Collective -The Art Of Craft
Comcast Northeast Division
Common Deer
Community Bank NA
Converse Home
Copley Health Systems
Curtis Lumber
Curve Trends Marketing
D.B. McKenna & Company
Danform Shoes
Danforth Pewter
Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center
Demont Associates
Depot Theatre
Dorset Theatre Festival
Double E Lounge
Down Home Kitchen
Downs Rachlin Martin
Dr. Albert Hardy
Dr. Robert Bauman
East Hill Tree Farm
Eastview At Middlebury
Eden Ciders Taproom
Edgewater Gallery
Efficiency Vermont
Ellis Music Company
Emma Willard School
Energy Co-Op of Vermont
Eric Rickstad
Essex Community Players
Essex Hub For Women
Ethan Allen Homestead
Evolution Physical Therapy and Yoga
Evolution Prenatal and Family Yoga
Fairbanks Museum
Farm & Wilderness
Farmhouse Group
Fauna Foundation
Ferro Estate And Custom Jewelry
Fleming Museum
Flooring America
Fluid Bar Service
Flynn Center
Fountains Land
Four Seasons Dermatology
Four Seasons Sotheby’s International Realty
Franklin Co. Industrial Development Corp
Friends of The Vermont State House
Front Porch Forum
Full Circle Gardens
Furchgott Sourdiffe Gallery
Gallery at the Vault
Gardener’s Supply
Geiger of Austria
Get Well Formulas
Gifford Medical Center
Girlington Garage
Girls Nite Out Productions
Good News Garage
Gordon’s Window Decor
Governors Institute of Vermont
Grand Isle Lake House
Grand Slam Tennis Tours
Gravel and Shea PC
Green Lantern Solar
Green Mountain Compost
Green Mountain Creamery
Green Mountain Support Services
Green Mountain Chamber Music Festival
Green Up Vermont
Greenworks VT Nursery and Landscape Association
Guardian Ad Litem Program
Hanson & Doremus Investment Management
Healthy Living
Heritage Family Credit Union
Hero’s Welcome
Hickok & Boardman Insurance Group
Higher Ground Music
Hill and Hollow Music
Historic Homes of Runnemede
Homeless Prevention Center
Homeshare Vermont
Hopkins Center at Dartmouth College
Horsford’s Nursery
Hosmer Point
Hotel Vermont
Howard Center
Humane Society of Chittenden Co
Hunger Mountain Co-Op
International Joint Commission
Intervale Center
Intrack Investment Management
IPJ Real Estate
Iyengar Yoga Center of Vermont
Jag Productions
Janet Fredericks Studio
Johnson Family Foundation
Johnson Law Group
Julie Moir Messervy Design
KCP Presents
Keene State College Redfern Arts Center
Kent Museum
Kinney Drugs
Kiwico Inc
Klinger’s Bread Company
Knight Kitchens
Kroka Expeditions
L Brown and Sons
Lake Champlain Chocolates
Lake Champlain Waldorf Schools
Latchis Hotel and Theater
League of NH Craftsmen
Leonine Public Affairs
Limbwalker Tree Service
Listen Community Services
Little Passports
Living Well Group
Local First Vermont
Long Trail Brewing Co
Lyric Theatre
Mad River Valley Craft Fair
Magic Hat Brewing
Mahe Group
Manchester Music Festival
Maple Capital Management
Maple Sweet Real Estate
Margaret Pratt Community - Grand Senior Living
Marlboro College Graduate School
Michael Kehoe
Middlebury Actors Workshop
Middlebury College Museum of Art
Middlebury Natural Foods Coop
Mira Books
Mitchell Giddings Fine Arts
Monteverdi Music School
Montpelier Alive
Montpelier Construction
Mountain View Natural Medicine
Nanci Smith Law
Natural Mattress Company
Naturally Cool Vermont - Re-Modern Homes
Nature Conservancy
Neat With a Twist
New England Federal Credit Union
NFI Family Center
NH Antique Dealers Association
Nokian Tyres
Nor’east Trail Runs
Norris, Inc.
North Country Community Theatre
North Country Hospital
Northeast Delta Dental
Northeastern Reproductive Medicine
Northern Vermont University
Northfield Savings Bank
Northshire Bookstore
Northwestern Medical Center
Norwich Bookstore
Norwich Solar Technologies
Oak Meadow
Old Spokes Home
OM Fisher Home Inc
OneCare Vermont
Onion River Outdoors
Open Approach
Opera Company of Middlebury
Orion Global Talent
Otter Creek Awnings
Outdoor Gear Exchange
Paramount Theatre
Parish Players
Parker House Inn
Pathways Vermont
Paul Frank and Collins
Peck Solar
Pentangle Council of The Arts
People’s United Bank
Permanent Fund For Vermont’s Children
Powerplay Sports
Prentiss Smith and Company
Prevent Child Abuse Vermont
Pride Center of Vermont
Primmer Piper Eggleston Cramer
QOR 360
Quantum Leap Capital
R L Vallee
R.K. Miles
Red Cedar School
Red Kite Candy
Residence at Otter Creek
Residence at Quarry Hill
Residence at Shelburne Bay
Revels North
Richards Group Insurance and Financial Services
Rikert Nordic Center
Rocky Mountain Seed Alliance
Rokeby Museum
Rutland Regional Chamber of Commerce
Rutland Regional Medical Center
Ryegate Small Animal Hospital
Saint Michael’s College
Saint Michael’s Playhouse
Saxtons River Solar
Scratch Makerspace
Seven Days
Shearer Audi
Shearer Volkswagen
Sheehey Furlong & Behm
Shelburne Farms
Shelburne Museum
Simon Pearce
Simpson Cabinetry
Skinny Pancake
Small Dog Electronics
Smith and McClain
Snelling Center for Government
Solar Fest
Spectrum Youth & Family Services
Spice of Life/Our House Bistro
Stark Mountain Woodworking
State of Vermont - Agency of Transportation
Sterling College
Stern Center for Language and Learning
Stoweflake Resort and Conference Center
Subaru of New England
Summer Music from Greensboro
Summit School
Summit Wealth Group
Swedish Pit
Switchback Brewing Company
Tailored Living of Vermont
Taking Steps Vermont
Tarm Biomass
The Edge
The Frame Dames
The Governor’s House in Hyde Park
The Mountain Goat
The Perfect Wife
The Soma Detoxx Spa
The Sparkle Barn
The Village at White River Junction
Thornapple Farm
Three Penny Taproom
Touch of Vermont Holiday Gift Market
Trapp Family Lodge
Troy Chromatic Concerts, Inc.
Troy Music Hall
TruexCullins Architects
Trust Company of Vermont
Two Brothers Tavern & Notte
Union Bank
Union Institute and University
Union Mutual of Vermont
United Academics
Upper Valley Aquatic Center
Upper Valley Waldorf School
UVM Alumni House
UVM College of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences
UVM College of Nursing
UVM Continuing Education
UVM Event Services
UVM Health Network
Vermont Academy
Vermont Afterschool
Vermont Agency of Human Services
Vermont Agency of Natural Resources
Vermont Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives
Vermont Awards and Engraving
Vermont Ballet Theater
Vermont Bookshop
Vermont Businesses For Social Responsibility
Vermont Center for Crime Victim Services
Vermont Chamber of Commerce
Vermont Coffee Company
Vermont College of Fine Arts
Vermont Comedy Club
Vermont Commons School
Vermont Community Foundation
Vermont Community Loan Fund
Vermont Country Store
Vermont Coverts Woodlands for Wildlife
Vermont Crafts Council
Vermont Department of Health
Vermont Department of Fish & Wildlife
Vermont Division for Historic Preservation
Vermont Employee Ownership Center
Vermont Energy Contracting & Supply
Vermont Evaporator Company
Vermont Folklife Center
Vermont Fresh Network
Vermont Gynecology
Vermont Handcrafters
Vermont International Festival
Vermont Law School
Vermont Lottery
Vermont Maple Festival
Vermont Natural Resources Council
Vermont Nut Free Chocolate
Vermont Parks Forever
Vermont PBS
Vermont Quilt Festival
Vermont Reiki Association
Vermont Sheep & Wool Association
Vermont Smoke & Cure
Vermont State Dental Society
Vermont State Employee Credit Union
Vermont Studio Center
Vermont Tech
Vermont Timberworks Inc.
Vermont Youth Orchestra Association
Villanti & Sons Printers
Visiting Nurse & Hospice For VT & NH
VNA & Hospice Southwest Region
Von Bargen Jewelry
Wake Robin
Washington County Mental Health
Waterbury Sports
We the People Theatre
West Branch Art
Western Slopes Business Association
Weston Craft Show
Westview Investment Advisors
White and Burke Real Estate Investment Advisors
William B. Nash, PhD
Willowell Foundation
Windham & Windsor Housing Trust
Windows & Doors by Brownell
Woodbelly Pizza
Yankee Bookshop
Yellow Barn
Zoey’s Restaurants

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