The committee backing two parcel tax measures in the Menlo Park City School District has reported that it raised $16,241 from 29 donors but spent only around $350 as of April 16.
A campaign disclosure statement filed on April 22 by the "Committee to Support Menlo Park Schools, Yes on Measures A & C" shows the campaign has a cash balance of $15,893.
No committee has registered to oppose the measures.
Top contributors are: Jody Buckley, community volunteer, co-chair campaign committee, $5100; Jeffrey Weiner, occupation and employer not provided, $2,500; Scott Hinshaw, vice president, investments, Morgan Stanley, co-chair campaign committee, $1,044; Geoff Ralston, founder, Imagine K12, $1,000; and Terry Thygesen, trustee, Menlo Park City School District, $1,000
Other donors are below. Where there is no occupation or employer listed, the information was not provided in the disclosure statement.
● $500: Alison Leupold and Ashley Honerkamp.
● $250: Jamie Dalessandro, Realtor, Windy Hill Property Ventures; William Thompson, investment adviser, Cambridge Associates; Jennifer Bartle; Emily Record; Elizabeth Ouren; David Bingham, physician, Stanford; Jennifer Schindler, management, Google; Stacey Jones, project manager, Kondra Systems; Mark Baker, president, Alan Baker Co.
● $200: Kim Jabal, CFO Weebly; Cathy Tokic.
● $150: Laura Paul.
● $100 or less: Sherwin Chen; Ashley Montulli; Joy Kellman; Christine Keefer, marketing consultant; Nell Swartzberg, attorney, Manatt, Neela Gentile, consultant; Joanne Lofthouse, homemaker; Caryn Wasserstein, stylist; Katie Ferrick, community relations, LinkedIn; Susannah Hill, director, Menlo Park-Atherton Education Foundation.