An investment in the David Brower Center keeps the environmental movement alive and well.
Our arts and 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 sponsorships. 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