An investment in the David Brower Center keeps the environmental movement alive and well.
Our Arts & Education programs depend upon the support of community members like you. Donate now to become a Friend of the Brower Center and help provide a home for the environmental movement.
The Brower Center also accepts stock donations, planned gifts, and corporate contributions. Please contact Jenny Smrekar, Communications & Development Manager, for more information.
Friends of the Brower Center
[Individuals and institutions contributing $100 or more, annually]
Anonymous, Deena Aranoff & Adam Berman, Arkay Foundation, Berit Ashla & Aron Cramer, Suzanne Badenhoop & Guy Lampard, Janice & Matthew Barger, Zenobia Barlow & James Tyler, Robert Hunt Barry, Berkeleyside, Bonterra Organic Vineyards, Mariet Braakman, Barbara Brower, Mimi & Peter Buckley, California Arts Council, Julie Cahill & Rick Caine, John Caner, Chandra Cerrito, Carla & David Crane, Kimberley D’Adamo Green, Dharma Merchant Services, Sheryl Drinkwater, Jessie Dykstra, East Bay Express, East Bay Municipal Utility District, Elizabeth & Robert Fisher, Barbara & John Flores, Deborah Koons Garcia, William Grant, Barbara Green, Amy Hart, Anne Henny & Richard Rollins, Michael Jacobs, Susan Kramer, Andras Ladai, Carol Law & Charles Amirkhanian, Christina Lehnherr & Marsha Angus, Suzanne Lettrick & Glen Sherman, Nion McEvoy, B.J. Miller, Marlene & Rick Millikan, Myriam & Richard Misrach, National Endowment for the Arts, New Priorities Foundation, New Resource Bank, Nia Community Fund, Neda Nobari Foundation, Neda Nobari, Panta Rhea Foundation, Elizabeth R. Patterson, Preston Farm & Winery, Paula & Bob Reynolds, Nancy & Rich Robbins, Carol Roberts & John A. Knox, Fred Rosenblum, RSF Social Finance, Ann Shulman & Stephen Colwell, Terry E. Neben & Philip B. Simon, Richard Sloan, Ms. Shirley Sun, Jill Suttie & Don Arbitblit, Weeden Foundation, Gayle Windham, Patricia & Mel Ziegler