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Do you have a passion for giving? We do.
Do you have a passion for giving? We do.
2006 Annual Statement
COURTESY LEEN FAMILY
PARTNERS IN GIVING:
J E R RY L E E N
1923-2005
THE FIRST 50 YEARS
Jerry Leen loved beautiful things and elegant buildings. Owner of the
acclaimed Dennis and Leen antiques store in Los Angeles, he owned
homes from San Francisco to Los Angeles—each of which was featured in
Architectural Digest. But his heart belonged to Santa Barbara. A good pal of
Ganna Walska, the late opera star and owner of Lotusland, he enjoyed walks
on the beach and the downtown Farmers Market.
Toward the end of his life, he made arrangements to bequeath $558,000
to the Santa Barbara Foundation, asking only that his gift be used where the
need is greatest.
The following donors have made a lasting impact on our community through the Santa Barbara Foundation
from 1928-1977.
Edward W. Alexander
Rubie J. Burton
Harold Chase
Lillian Child
Dorothy Hixon Clark
Anna Edwards
Albert Falvy
Major Max C. Fleischmann
Clara Hinton Gould
Mercedes L. Gutierrez
Kathleen Burke Hale
Katherine Harvey
Ora Hayward
Arthur Hutchinson
Mr. & Mrs. Charles H. Jackson, Jr.
Louise Job
Kirk Johnson
Alice M. Kelley
Hilmar Koefod
Mr. & Mrs. Ivar Lindgren
Cornelia McElroy
Harry McGuire
Clark Moore
Preston & Sterling Morton
Sophia Morton
Daniel Neff
John & Agnes Parma
Lawrence Parma
Mary Russell Perkins
William Porter
Dr. & Mrs. P. Paul Riparetti
Albert B. Ruddock
Alice Schott
Robert Scott
Thomas M. Storke
Susan Tutenberg
Katharine Tyson
Donald Whittier
Charles Wiggs
Alice Woodruff
THE NEXT 28 YEARS
The following donors have made a lasting impact on our community through the Santa Barbara Foundation from 1978-2006.
Mr. David H. & Mrs. Lyn Anderson
Irma Andreae
Edith-Marie Appleton
Everett F. Armington
Mr. & Mrs. Anderson J. Arnold
Ruth S. Bacon
Dr. Darryl Bahr
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph W. Bailey
Mr. & Mrs. Donald L. Balch
Mary Lou Baldwin
Bartlett, Pringle & Wolf, LLP
Isabel Bartolome
Gladys C. Blakey
Mr. & Mrs. Russell S. Bock
Rodney C. Bond (in memory of)
Mr. & Mrs. Glenn Bonebrake
Evelyn Wells & Rollo P. Bourbon
Mr. & Mrs. Jack Bowen
Dr. & Mrs. Charles R. Boyd, Jr.
Maurice L. & Florence Pfeiler Boyd
C. Allan Braun
Jacqueline Breitling
Dr. Robert Brigden
Helen P. Burnett
Eunice S. Butler
Francis D. Butler
California Endowment
California Wellness Foundation
Canterbury Capital Services, Inc.
Irma Carlson
Louise Bodine Perry Carpenter
Mrs. James R. Carter
Mr. & Mrs. George Cavalletto
Alger Chaney
Sherwin Chase
Jean Christensen
City of Santa Maria
Mr. & Mrs. Charles L. Cleek
Mr. & Mrs. George Clyde
Jack L. Courtois
Mr. & Mrs. Norton Cowden
John V. Crawford
Curletti Family
Mario Daldoss
Mr. & Mrs. T. P. Dalzell
William & Lottie Daniel
Samuel Davidge
Mrs. Eugene Davidson
Harold H. Davis
Olive M. Davis
Dorothy Dewar
Mrs. Clinton O. Dicken
Ethel V. Dieterich
Edward R. Doty
Robert O. Dougan
Mr. & Mrs. Frank Dub
Grace Dreyfus
Maria K. Ealand
Alison D. Egus
Ralph H. Ellison
Ellison Trust
Clyde Emery
Joyce H. Fahlman
Mr. & Mrs. Howard Fenton
Dr. & Mrs. Joshua Feuer
Mr. & Mrs. Frank Ferry
Gwendolyn M. Floro
Mr. & Mrs. Jerome Forkosh
Ann Jackson Family Foundation
Mr. & Mrs. Palmer G. Jackson
Elizabeth Bixby Janeway Foundation
Mr. & Mrs. Charles H. Jarvis
Jessie Johnson
May D. Judd
Laura Kaime
Fred Kavli
Vema Keirn
Thomas A. Kelly
Mary Cogswell King
Mr. & Mrs. Warren D. Kirkwood
Ruth & Walter C. Klass
Mr. & Mrs. Otto Korntheuer
Liselotte Kuttler
Dr. & Mrs. Joseph Lane
Edith M. Leonard
Judge & Mrs. Royce Lewellen
Lorna I. Lindsey
Jon & Lillian Lovelace
Ruby F. Lyle
David E. Maccianti
Mr. & Mrs. Keith MacLeod
Eleanor S. Marks
Leila Mathers
Peggy & John Maximus
Ida Meier
Katherine Merritt
Henry E. & Lola Monroe Foundation
Montecito Bank & Trust
Mr. & Mrs. James M. Morouse
Charles W. & Margaret F. Morrice
National Funding Collaborative on
Violence Prevention
COURTESY DAVIS FAMILY
C H A R L O T T E D O Y L E D AV I S
1909-2005
Mr. & Mrs. Harold Frank
May Agile Friday
Eugenia Frost
Mr. & Mrs. Bryan G. Gaggs
Daniel C. Gainey
Harriette Gainey
Sally Gane
Natalie Gardner
Mrs. Edward Gaspar
Frank & Joseph J. Gila
William S. Gill
Mr. & Mrs. Howard N. Gilmore
Jake Gimbel
James J. Giusto
Dr. & Mrs. Gordon E. Goodhart
Samuel B. Grant
Ursula P. Greditzer
William E. Gunnerson
Gilbert V. Hamilton Fund
Mr. & Mrs. Benjamin C. Hammett
Elizabeth Hammond
Norma & Norman Hansen
Vera C. Hargrove
Maude K. Harris
Margaret Hill
Dr. & Mrs. Henry Holderman
Walter D. Hoge
Hollis Norris Foundation
Housing Authority of Santa Barbara
Stanley Hoyt
Hutton Foundation
Harry Ireland
Lillian Ironside
Alice W. Jackson
Mrs. Theodore Newton
Howard L. Nicholson
John Northrop
Norman Nyce
Byron & Dorothy A. O’Brien
Beatrix N. Oddy
Mr. & Mrs. Paul Orfalea
Ryan O’Shaughnessy
Mr. & Mrs. Jack Overall
Robert Pedraglia
Ethel Duffy Peters
Herbert N. Peters
Marie Phillips
Nelson V. Phillips
Mrs. Overton Phillips
Eileen Anne Pidgeon
Mary K. & Edith Pillsbury
Larry Poe
Mr. & Mrs. Alexander M. Power
Francis S. Pratt
Mrs. Spelman Prentice
Schramm & Raddue
Albert Richards
Ava P. Richards
Viscount & Lady Ridley-Tree
Jane C. Rieffel
Marcia MacDonald Rivas
Frank L. Ross
Mrs. Henry Roth
Mr. & Mrs. James F. Rothenberg
Arthur N. Rupe Foundation
Marian E. Saar
Santa Barbara Boys’ Choir
Santa Barbara Musicians’ Union
Sattler Beneficial Trust
Richard L. & Maryan S. Schall
Mr. & Mrs. Barry Schuyler
Harold R. Schwalenberg
Cynthia Jarvis Seawright
Dorothy Sims
Alfred P. Sloan Foundation
Lillian B. Smith
Mr. & Mrs. Jack Stapelmann
John H. Straight
Robert K. & Barbara J. Straus
Mary Swick
Neal Taylor
The James Irvine Foundation
The Raintree Foundation
The SG Foundation
Mr. & Mrs. Walter Thomson
Toporek Family Trust
Michael Towbes
Susan Trenwith
Tri-Counties Blood Bank
Jenette R. Tryon
Valley Community Hospital Auxiliary
Mr. & Mrs. Edward W. Vernon
Hathaway Watson
Milton & Ferroll Weinstein
Dorothy L. Westra Living Trust
C. Dana White
Mr. & Mrs. Clifford E. Wrightson
Marjorie Zech
See pages 13, 17, 18 and 19 for more
partners in giving…
Charlotte Doyle Davis loved books and children. She
combined these twin interests with an outgoing nature,
kindness and a fine sense of humor, and became the head of
the Santa Barbara County Education Office Student Library,
as it was known at the time. In 1954, Charlotte established Breakfast with the Authors,
which brought together local illustrators and authors of children’s books with teachers,
librarians and administrative staff. The event continues more than 50 years later. Charlotte
left $600,000 for a traveling librarian for three small school districts in northern Santa
Barbara County.
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S A N TA B A R B A R A F O U N D AT I O N
Do you believe in community partnerships? We do.
MONIE PHOTOGRAPHY
Dear Friends,
Dinah Van Wingerden, Board Chair, and Chuck Slosser, President & CEO
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Dinah Van Wingerden, Chair
Shirley Ann Hurley, Vice Chair
Judy Cosdon Stapelmann, Vice Chair
Thomas C. Parker, Vice Chair, Assistant Treasurer
David R. Alvarado, Treasurer
Patricia Dillon Bliss, Secretary
William J. Cirone, Chair Emeritus
David H. Anderson
Jon Clark
Robert Emmons
Mason Farrell
Judy Frost
Jane Habermann
Roberta Heter
Alex Posada
Ken Saxon
George Thurlow
Anne Smith Towbes
Coming together is a beginning. Keeping together is progress. Working together
is success.
Throughout its 78-year history, the Santa Barbara Foundation has certainly understood
this concept. With the help of individual donors, local foundations, area nonprofits and
local governments, we have nurtured hundreds of successful projects. Most recently, a
collaborative program with County Schools called Care & Share ensures that children learn
the value of volunteerism and philanthropy early in their lives. A long-standing relationship
with The James Irvine Foundation has allowed us to promote the arts throughout the
County. And a new partnership with The Orfalea Fund will result in more funding for
local nonprofits.
In addition, there is our Associates Program that now numbers more than 1,000 people
who support our work throughout the community; our Man and Woman of the Year event,
co-sponsored with KEYT Television; and the Women’s Fund of Santa Barbara that makes
significant grants to agencies that work with children and families. None of these programs
and projects would be possible without partnerships.
In the pages that follow you will learn even more about the teamwork that exists
throughout our County in which resources are leveraged, services are enhanced and
economies of scale are realized. This is critically important work and we hope you are
inspired by it.
Charles O. Slosser
President & CEO
Dinah Van Wingerden
Chair, Board of Trustees
Care & Share ensures that
children learn the value of
volunteerism and philanthropy
early in their lives.
Working in partnership with the County Education Office,
the Foundation offers grants to teachers through the Care &
Share program. Under this program, elementary and secondary
teachers are awarded up to $1,000 to create projects that help
their students develop an understanding of philanthropy and
community service.
Left: Fifth graders from Hollister School and their teacher, Rebecca
Appel, created scarves and hats, marketed and sold them, and
used the proceeds to purchase holiday gifts for needy families.
S. FARWELL
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EVELINA OCHOA
2006 HAPPENINGS:
SSON
K. SVEN
Women’s Fund of Santa Barbara
The Women’s Fund of Santa Barbara awarded grants totaling
$200,000 to four local nonprofit organizations. The funds were
used to provide young people with counseling, mentoring,
bilingual after-school programs, and in some cases, shelter. One
of the Fund’s grantees, Planned Parenthood’s Adelante Amigas
program, offers counseling, mentoring, tutoring, and peer
outreach for girls.
Santa Maria: Celebration
of Life
Above: This group of girls from Carpinteria relax during a field
trip to UCLA.
MONIE PHOTOGRAPHY
More than 100 nonagenarians—and even a few centenarians—
were honored at the Third Annual Celebration of Life luncheon
sponsored by the Santa Barbara Foundation, Hutton Foundation,
and the Santa Maria Recreation and Parks Department.
Above: George Simpson, 93, and Halle Miller, 91, enjoyed
the festivities.
JACK CONWAY COLLECTION
Man & Woman of the Year
KDB FM 93.7
The only classical music station in Santa Barbara County, KDB
celebrated 80 years of broadcasting with a reception at the
Hill-Carrillo Adobe, the home of Santa Barbara Foundation.
KDB attracts some 30,000 listeners weekly. PSAs played more
than 70 times per month helped raise the Foundation’s profile
in the community.
Above: Karl Krebs and an unknown vocalist perform in KDB’s
studio in 1929.
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Every year, Santa Barbara Foundation and KEYT-TV promote
the importance of volunteering by honoring one man and one
woman who have made a significant impact on the community
through their volunteer contributions.
Above: Recipients of the 64th annual award: Léni Fé Bland and
James Hurley, Jr.
See pages 7, 14 and 16 for more
2006 happenings…
S A N TA B A R B A R A F O U N D AT I O N
Do you believe we have common interests and concerns?
We do.
Education & Personal Development
A local police officer, who is a trained Parent Project facilitator, helps a
participating parent.
T H E PA R E N T P R O J E C T
COURTESY WOMEN’S ECONOMIC VENTURES OF SANTA BARBARA
Women’s Economic Ventures of Santa Barbara
helps empower women like Jackie Charvet. After being
laid off, Jackie participated in self-employment training
and realized her dream of opening a self-defense
studio for low-income children.
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COURTESY FIGHTING BACK SANTA MARIA VALLEY
Allan Hancock College Foundation
Anti-Defamation League of B’nai B’rith
Boys and Girls Club of Santa Maria Valley
California Lutheran Educational Foundation (KCLU)
Carpinteria Education Foundation, Inc.
Central Coast Literacy Council
Channel Islands Young Men’s Christian Association
Emmaus of Santa Barbara
Endowment for Youth Committee
Fighting Back Santa Maria Valley
Friends of the Lompoc Public Library System
Friends of the Santa Barbara Public Library
Future Leaders of America, Inc.
GenSpan Foundation
Girls Incorporated of Greater Santa Barbara
Homeys Youth Foundation a.k.a. HIPPY
Institute of World Culture
Just Communities
Lompoc School District Community Education Foundation
Los Alamos School District Educational
Foundation Corporation
Regents of the University of California (UCSB)
Santa Barbara Police Activities League
Santa Maria Young Men’s Christian Association
Scholarship Foundation of Santa Barbara
Tradart Foundation
United Boys and Girls Clubs of Santa Barbara County
Wilderness Youth Project
Women’s Economic Ventures of Santa Barbara
2006 GRANTEES
Twenty-eight organizations
promoting Education &
Personal Development
were awarded $510,408.
M
ike is 13 years old and in the seventh grade. He began drinking
at age 10. His mother was a drug addict; his dad lived at home
and, although rarely there, abused both mother and son. After
fifth grade, the boy stopped attending school on a regular basis. Mike and
his mother were referred to Fighting Back Santa Maria’s Parent Project by
a truancy program. Since completing the ten-week Parenting and Teen
course, things have been improving. Mike is going to school more often and
is asking for help. He has asked Big Brothers/Big Sisters for a mentor and for
counseling. He has not violated probation and has received positive feedback
from his teachers. Mike’s mother is now in recovery.
Fighting Back Santa Maria Valley was formed in 2003 as a result of Superior
Court Judge Barbara Beck’s concern about rising drug use and delinquent
behavior. With a staff of three and the help of cash donations and grants, the
organization’s Parent Project offers a variety of prevention and educational
services to help parents and adolescents who are at risk for substance abuse
and other injurious behavior. Eighty participating parents are experiencing
improvement in their parenting skills and their children’s behavior.
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Do you believe that inspiration can help shape
our future? We do.
DAVID BAZEMORE
Domnic Avila, Julie Tremblay, Heidi Ewart and Lezlee Benninger perform in
“A Little Night Music” at Solvang PCPA Theaterfest.
F U N D I N G I N S P I R AT I O N
“T
hat was the first musical I ever saw and it was great. I always thought
musicals and plays were so boring, but after this one I’m willing to
see another musical performed by you guys.”
Thirty-five organizations
within the areas of Culture
& Recreation were awarded
$603,051.
Artspace, Inc.
California State Parks Foundation
Central Coast Junior Golf
Children’s Museum of Santa Barbara
County of Santa Barbara Arts Fund
Ensemble Theatre Project, Inc.
Foundation for Girsh Park
Ganna Walska Lotusland Foundation
Goleta Valley Historical Society
Greater Santa Barbara Ice Skating Association
Institute for American Research
Lobero Theatre Foundation
Lompoc Pops Orchestra
Old Spanish Days in Santa Barbara
Page Youth Center
People for Leisure and Youth
Santa Barbara Choral Society
Santa Barbara Community Youth Performing Arts Center
Santa Barbara Contemporary Arts Forum
Santa Barbara Bowl Foundation
Santa Barbara Maritime Museum
Santa Barbara Museum of Art
Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History
Santa Barbara Opera Association
Santa Barbara Symphony Orchestra Association
Santa Barbara Trust for Historic Preservation
Santa Barbara Zoological Foundation
Santa Ynez Valley Historical Society
Santa Ynez Valley Natural History Society
Solvang Heritage Associates
Solvang Theaterfest, Inc.
South Coast Community Aquatic Center
Speaking of Stories
State Street Ballet
Wildling Art Museum
RAY KOLBE
This enthusiastic comment came from a teen in a program for at-risk youth.
He and his fellow teens were having their first experience with the theatre.
One girl exclaimed, “It was a greatly overwhelming experience.” Another
said, “‘Fiddler on the Roof ’ made me think of my family.”
2006 GRANTEES
Culture & Recreation
The arts serve a most important function in society, especially for children
who benefit by learning that there are many different ways to gather and
process information. They do not have to be restricted to theatres and
galleries. In Santa Barbara County, the arts flourish in youth centers,
shopping malls and even probation camps.
Foundation grants in the area of culture and recreation help young and old
to have a variety of cultural experiences, and enjoy open spaces, recreation
programs, museums and community celebrations.
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Cellists Tracy Sparks (left) and Marsha Botello (right)
perform with the Lompoc Pops Orchestra.
S A N TA B A R B A R A F O U N D AT I O N
Do you believe in investing in the community? We do.
Community Enhancement & Environment
JIM WALKER
2006 GRANTEES
Sixteen organizations
promoting Community
Enhancement &
Environment received
$237,992.
Art From Scrap
Center for Urban Agriculture at Fairview Gardens
Citizens Planning Foundation of Santa Barbara County
Community Environmental Council, Inc.
Environmental Defense Center
Goleta Valley Beautiful
Housing Trust Fund of Santa Barbara
K-9 Placement and Assistance League, Inc.
Los Padres Forest Watch, Inc.
Painted Cave Volunteer Fire Department
Santa Barbara Audubon Society, Inc.
Santa Barbara ChannelKeeper, Inc.
Santa Maria Valley Humane Society
Santa Ynez Valley Humane Society, Inc.
South Coast Community Media Access Center
Women’s Environmental Watch, Inc.
Gabrielle Drozdowski beams moments after she and Max were reunited.
T H E S TO RY O F M A X
COURTESY GIRLS INC. OF CARPINTERIA
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tartled by an unfamiliar noise, he flew off into the night. For the next 11
days, schoolchildren, teachers and members of the public searched for him.
Suddenly, everyone was aware of owls. Max, a nine-year-old great horned
owl, is the star of the Santa Barbara Audubon Society’s Eyes in the Sky
Education Program. He and his caretaker, Gabrielle Drozdowski, have thrilled and
educated more than 6,000 local elementary school children and made them aware
of the beauty of local birds and their environment.
The story had a happy ending. Max was discovered two blocks from home. He is
back at work, none the worse for his adventure.
2006 HAPPENINGS:
New Partnership Benefits
Community
The Foundation has supported the Santa Barbara Audubon Society’s mission
of educating the community about the importance of birds to local ecosystems
since 1970.
A new partnership between The Orfalea Fund and the Santa Barbara
Foundation has resulted in a significant contribution from the Fund to the
Foundation’s competitive grant program as well as its early care, after-school
and campership programs.
Right: The welfare of youth is one of the common interests of the Santa
Barbara Foundation and The Orfalea Fund. These youngsters from Girls Inc.
of Carpinteria enjoy after-school enrichment programs.
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Do you believe in bringing people together? We do.
COURTESY HEARTS ADAPTIVE RIDING PROGRAM
Angelique sits astride her favorite horse, Lilly.
2006 GRANTEES
Health & Human Services
Sixty-four organizations
working in Health &
Human Services received
$1,307,325.
Adventures in Caring Foundation
AIDS Housing Santa Barbara, Inc.
Alano Club of Santa Barbara, Inc.
Alpha Resource Center of Santa Barbara
American National Red Cross
Angel Flight West, Inc.
Breast Cancer Resource Center of Santa Barbara
Casa Esperanza Homeless Center
Casa Pacifica
Casa Serena, Inc.
Catholic Charities of Los Angeles, Inc.
Central Coast Commission for Senior Citizens
Child Abuse Listening & Mediation, Inc.
Community Action Commission of Santa Barbara County, Inc.
Community Counseling Center, Inc.
Community Health Centers of the Central Coast, Inc.
Community Kitchen of Santa Barbara
Cornerstone House of Santa Barbara
Council on Alcoholism & Drug Abuse
Court Appointed Special Advocates of Santa Barbara County
Diabetes Resource Center of Santa Barbara County
Dyslexia Awareness & Resource Center
Family Service Agency of Santa Barbara
Family Therapy Institute
Foodbank of Santa Barbara County
Friendship Adult Day Care Center
Good Hearted People, Inc.
Hearts Adaptive Riding Program
H E A R T S A D A PA T I V E R I D I N G
Angelique is one of more than 50 riders who participate weekly in the
Hearts Adaptive Riding Program. Established in1985, the organization
is dedicated to providing quality horseback riding and horsemanship
activities to mentally- and physically-disabled children and adults.
COURTESY FRIENDSHIP ADULT DAY CARE CENTER
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iagnosed with learning disabilities, eleven-year-old Angelique
Christner was introduced to horseback riding to improve her
self-confidence and become more compassionate about other
living beings. She began on a lead line with a quiet horse and now
rides independently at a walk and trot. Angelique has also learned barn
management skills such as feeding, grooming, tacking and vetting.
The Friendship Adult Day Care Center enriches the
lives of many seniors by offering group activities, meals,
conversation and friendship. A special program offers
intergenerational opportunities in the classroom to share
life experiences with young people and bridge the gap
between young and old.
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S A N TA B A R B A R A F O U N D AT I O N
S. FARWELL
2006 GRANTEES
Independent Living Resource Center, Inc.
Isla Vista Youth Projects, Inc.
Hillside House
Jessie Hopkins Hinchee Foundation
Jewish Federation of Greater Santa Barbara
Jodi House, Inc.
Laguna Cottages for Seniors
Legal Aid Foundation of Santa Barbara County
Mental Health Association in Santa Barbara County
Orcutt Area Seniors in Service, Inc.
Pacific Pride Foundation
Peoples’ Self-Help Housing Corporation
Planned Parenthood of Ventura, Santa Barbara
and San Luis Obispo Counties
Project Angels Bearing Gifts
Rehabilitation Institute at Santa Barbara
S.M.O.O.T.H.
Sanctuary House of Santa Barbara, Inc.
Sansum Medical Research Institute
Santa Barbara Neighborhood Clinics
Santa Barbara Rape Crisis Center
Santa Maria Valley FISH (Meals on Wheels)
Santa Ynez Valley Senior Advisory Council
Santa Ynez Valley Therapeutic Riding Program
Social Advocates for Youth-Santa Maria, Inc.
Solvang Friendship House
Storyteller Children’s Center, Inc.
St. Vincent’s Institution
Surgical Eye Expeditions, International
Teddy Bear Cancer Foundation
Transition House
Transitions-Mental Health
Visiting Nurse and Hospice Care of Santa Barbara
VTC Enterprises
WillBridge of Santa Barbara, Inc.
Lynnelle Williams, WillBridge Co-Founder and CEO, (left) stands with Kimberly
Brambach (right) in the new studio apartment complex where Kimberly now lives.
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magine that you are a professional with a husband and son. One day, a
sudden onset of schizophrenia so affects your mind that your husband
and son are no longer part of your reality and your home becomes bushes
and street benches.
This happened to Kimberly Brambach. For 10 years, she experienced several
arrests and drifted in and out of mental health services, refusing to move
into a shelter. With the help of two local police officers and WillBridge of
Santa Barbara, Inc., Kimberly finally found herself on the path to recovery.
She has moved into a studio apartment and can finally acknowledge that she
has a son who lives with his father.
The Community Health Centers of the Central
Coast received a Foundation grant for their Teen
Obesity Program. Santa Maria High School students, like
sisters Mayra (left) and Virginia Quintanar (right), are
participating in spinning classes and meetings with a
registered dietician at Club 24, a fitness center located
near the school.
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COURTESY SEE INTERNATIONAL, INC.
LIZ CASTILLEJO
WillBridge of Santa Barbara, Inc. is a faith-based, nonprofit organization
that assists one of the community’s most vulnerable populations. Established
last year by Lynnelle Williams and Gale Franco-Trowbridge, the agency opened
a house in 2005 that accommodates six men and five women, and provides
emergency shelter for one or two other needy individuals at a time.
Established in 1974 by a local doctor, SEE
International, Inc. provides medical,
surgical and educational services by volunteer
ophthalmic surgeons to disadvantaged blind
individuals worldwide. The organization’s
Santa Barbara Vision Care Program offers free
vision care services to low income, uninsured
individuals and families.
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Do you want to inspire the youth of today to become
tomorrow’s leaders? We do.
S. FARWELL
2006 GRANTEES
Student Aid
BRYANT AUSTIN
Benjamin Bottoms films in the midst of a pod of whales.
A W H A L E O F A S TO RY
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he sensitivity of horses combined with their grace and speed led Benjamin
Bottoms to become a veterinarian. With the help of Santa Barbara
Foundation student loans, he reached his goal in 2004. After a year of
practicing his extensive equine knowledge, he volunteered for a marine turtle
research effort in the Monterey Bay. His vessel came upon a juvenile humpback whale
hopelessly entangled in fishing gear. In spite of six hours of effort on the part of the
researchers, the whale drowned. Benjamin was devastated. He realized that his life’s
work was to help the marine mammals who, despite their immense size, are quite
vulnerable. Last year he filmed southern humpback whales off Tonga and is now
creating a documentary about whale conservation.
In 2006, $2.3 million was awarded in
loans and scholarships for students.
CAMPERSHIPS
Alisa Ann Ruch Burn Foundation
California State Parks Foundation
Camp Fire USA
Channel Islands Young Men’s Christian Association
Diabetic Youth Services-Sugar Free Kids, Inc.
Elings Park Foundation
Girls Incorporated of Carpinteria
Girls Incorporated of Greater Santa Barbara
Isla Vista Youth Projects, Inc.
Lobero Theatre Foundation
The Nature Corps
Page Youth Center
People for Leisure and Youth
Regents of the University of California
Ronald McDonald House Charities of Southern California
Saint Vincent de Paul Society of Los Angeles, California
Salvation Army
Santa Barbara Museum of Art
Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History
Santa Barbara Zoological Foundation
Santa Maria Young Men’s Christian Association
State Street Ballet
Tres Condados Girl Scout Council, Inc.
Wilderness Youth Project
Total Camperships: $205,132
SPORTS SCHOLARSHIPS
California Legends Soccer Club, Inc.
Girls Incorporated of Carpinteria
Girls Incorporated of Greater Santa Barbara
Page Youth Center
Santa Barbara Soccer Club
Santa Barbara Volleyball Club
Santa Maria Young Men’s Christian Association
Total Sports Scholarships: $15,160
EARLY CHILDHOOD & ELEMENTARY
AFTER-SCHOOL SCHOLARSHIPS
Funded by the William & Lottie Daniel Childcare Fund &
The Orfalea Scholarship Fund
Archdiocese of Los Angeles (St. Mary’s Preschool
Santa Maria)
Carpinteria Community Church (Kinderkirk)
Channel Islands Young Men’s Christian Association
First Presbyterian Church Early Childhood Center
Girls Incorporated of Carpinteria
Girls Incorporated of Greater Santa Barbara
Grace Lutheran Nursery School
Isla Vista Youth Projects, Inc.
The Foundation awarded
$205,132 in camperships,
providing nonprofits with
scholarships for youth who
could not otherwise afford
a camp experience. AJ
Torres (above) enjoys
camp activities.
COURTESY PEOPLE FOR LEISURE AND YOUTH
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S A N TA B A R B A R A F O U N D AT I O N
S. FARWELL
2006 GRANTEES
Salvation Army/Santa Barbara Corps
Santa Barbara Family Care Center
Santa Maria Young Men’s Christian Association
Shepherd of the Valley Lutheran Church of Santa Ynez
St. Vincent’s Institution
United Boys and Girls Clubs of Santa Barbara County
Total: $435,192
TEEN AFTER-SCHOOL SCHOLARSHIPS
Funded by The Orfalea Scholarship Program
Channel Islands Young Men’s Christian Association
Girls Incorporated of Carpinteria
Girls Incorporated of Greater Santa Barbara
Wilderness Youth Project
Total: $44,672
Exceptional students are honored by the Foundation. Talented young writers received Creative
Writing Awards. Graduating high school seniors were recognized for their academic achievements
and commitment to community service through the Fleischmann and Floro Awards.
F O U N DAT I O N S C H O L A R S H I P S I N C L U D E :
OTHER GRANTS
The Foundation sets aside funds for opportunities and
emergencies that arise every year.
Catholic Charities of Los Angeles, Inc.
Community Environmental Council, Inc.
Good Samaritan Shelter, Inc.
Hispanics In Philanthropy
KCOY-TV
Kids in Distressed Situations, Inc.
News-Press-KTMS Christmas Fund
Nonprofit Support Center of Santa Barbara County
Regents of the University of California (UCSB)
Santa Barbara County Education Office
Santa Barbara Symphony Orchestra Association
Space Information Laboratories, Inc.
United Boys and Girls Clubs of Santa Barbara County
Unity Shoppe, Inc.
XXI Century Kids 1st Foundation
Total: $160,904
Creative Writing Awards: Pillsbury Creative Writing Scholarships, Santa
Barbara News-Press Scholarships, the Robert Emmons Poetry Award and the
Santa Barbara Writers Conference Scholarship are given to talented area high
school and college students.
Music Awards for Instrument and Voice: In 2006, the Foundation was proud to
assist more than 140 young people through special music scholarship programs.
These awards, which help to pay for music lessons and tuition, include the Joyce H.
Fahlman Award, the Léni Fé Bland Scholarships, the Mary K. and Edith Pillsbury
Scholarship, the Santa Barbara Boys’ Choir Scholarship, and the Santa Barbara
Musicians Union Scholarships.
S. FARWELL
Fleischmann and Floro Awards: Students displaying exceptional academic
achievement and strong community service are honored with Fleischmann Awards.
Santa Maria students are rewarded with Gwendolyn M. Floro Awards.
For more information about available scholarships and loans, please
visit our website: www.sbfoundation.org
or call (805) 963-1873.
Campership recipients enjoy a
variety of activities, from dancing
to science adventures (right).
COURTESY SANTA BARBARA MUSEUM OF
NATURAL HISTORY
Paul Scheiss, Music Scholarship recipient.
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2006 GRANTEES
Named Funds in 2006
DONOR DESIGNATED GRANTS
Designated Funds have been established by donors
to support one or more of their favorite nonprofit
organizations in perpetuity.
Evelyn Wells Bourbon Fund
Santa Barbara Humane Society
Maurice L. & Florence Pfeiler Boyd Fund
Domestic Violence Solutions for Santa Barbara County
St. Cecilia Society
Easy Lift Transportation, Inc.
Curletti Family Fund
Saint Vincent de Paul Society of Los Angeles, California
St. Cecilia Society
Ethel V. Dieterich Fund
United Way of Santa Barbara County, Inc.
Edward Robert Doty Fund
Tennis Patrons Association of Santa Barbara
Bill Downey Writers Scholarship Fund
Foundation for Santa Barbara City College
Charlotte Doyle Davis Fund
Santa Barbara County Education Office
William S. Gill Scholarship Fund
Ojai Valley School
Mercedes L. Gutierrez Fund
Alpha Resource Center of Santa Barbara
American Cancer Society
American Heart Association of Santa Barbara County
American Lung Association of California
American National Red Cross
Children’s Home Society of California
Easter Seals Tri-Counties, California
Muscular Dystrophy Association, Inc.
Santa Barbara Humane Society
United Way of Santa Barbara County, Inc.
John & Peggy Maximus Fund
Music Academy of the West
Santa Barbara Foundation
Santa Barbara Museum of Art
Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History
Santa Barbara Public Library
Charles W. & Margaret F. Morrice Fund
Boy Scouts of America
United Boys and Girls Clubs of Santa Barbara County
Cornerstone House of Santa Barbara
Preston & Sterling Morton Fund
Santa Barbara Botanic Garden, Inc.
Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital Foundation
Santa Barbara Foundation
Santa Barbara Humane Society
Santa Barbara Museum of Art
Saint Francis Foundation
Sophia Morton Fund
Santa Barbara Museum of Art
Santa Barbara Flag Project Endowment Fund
Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History
Santa Maria Valley Fund
United Way of the Central Coast
Winona Fund for the Community Arts
Music Association
Community Arts Music Association of Santa Barbara, Inc.
FIELD OF INTEREST FUNDS
Field of Interest Funds are designed to accomplish a
broad charitable purpose within one of the Foundation’s
grantmaking areas: education & personal development,
human services, health, culture & recreation, community
enhancement & environment, and student aid.
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Robert O. Dougan Fund
Allan Hancock College Foundation
Foundation for Santa Barbara City College
Tri-Counties Blood Bank Field of Interest Fund
Blood Systems, Inc. (Tri-Counties Blood Bank)
National Blood Foundation Research & Education Trust Fund
Pacific Pride Foundation
Regents of the University of California (UCSB)
Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital Foundation
Santa Barbara Neighborhood Clinics
Scholarship Foundation of Santa Barbara
Women’s Fund of Santa Barbara*
Channel Islands Young Men’s Christian Association
(Noah’s Anchorage)
Domestic Violence Solutions for Santa Barbara County
(Peer Education Program)
Parks and Recreation Community Foundation
(Santa Barbara Teen Center)
Planned Parenthood of Ventura, Santa Barbara and
San Luis Obispo Counties (Adelante Amigos)
* The funds for these grants were contributed by local
women in 2005. The grants were awarded in early 2006.
ENDOWED ADVISED FUNDS
Advised Funds provide donors a flexible and efficient
way to create a charitable fund and remain involved in
recommending contributions to their favorite nonprofit
organizations.
Access Theatre Endowment Fund
Regents of the University of California (UCSB Arts & Lectures)
Anonymous
American National Red Cross
Braille Institute of America Inc.
Doctors Without Borders
Los Angeles Orthopaedic Hospital Foundation
Nature Conservancy
Salvation Army
Transition House
Don & Susan Bennett Family Fund
Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital Foundation
Russell & Suzanne Bock Fund
Boys and Girls Club of Santa Barbara, Inc.
Braille Institute
Child Abuse Listening & Mediation, Inc.
Direct Relief International
Foundation for Santa Barbara City College
Ganna Walska Lotusland Foundation
KCET Community Television of Southern California
Lobero Theatre Foundation
Music Academy of the West
Ojai Raptor Center
Planned Parenthood of Ventura, Santa Barbara and
San Luis Obispo Counties
Santa Barbara Botanic Garden, Inc.
Santa Barbara Maritime Museum
Santa Barbara Museum of Art
Santa Barbara Opera Association
Santa Barbara Symphony Orchestra Association
Santa Barbara Youth Foundation
Santa Barbara Zoological Foundation
Scholarship Foundation of Santa Barbara
United Boys and Girls Clubs of Santa Barbara County
Visiting Nurse and Hospice Care of Santa Barbara
Daniel C. Gainey Fund
Cancer Center of Santa Barbara
Community Arts Music Association of Santa Barbara, Inc.
Storyteller Children’s Center, Inc.
Frank & Joseph Gila Fund
American Heart Association of Santa Barbara County
American National Red Cross
Arthritis Foundation
Braille Institute
Dog Adoption and Welfare Group
Domestic Violence Solutions for Santa Barbara County
Family Service Agency of Santa Barbara
Friends of the Santa Barbara Public Library
Glaucoma Research Foundation
Sansum Santa Barbara Medical Foundation Clinic
Santa Barbara Meals on Wheels
Santa Barbara Public Education Foundation
Surfrider Foundation—Santa Barbara Chapter
Transition House
Visiting Nurse and Hospice Care of Santa Barbara
Women’s Economic Ventures of Santa Barbara
Jon & Lillian Lovelace Fund
Phoenix of Santa Barbara, Inc.
Henry E. & Lola Monroe Foundation Fund
Scripps College
Young America’s Foundation
Hollis Norris Endowed Fund
Land Trust Alliance, Inc.
Santa Barbara Bowl Foundation
Santa Barbara Center for the Performing Arts
Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History
Santa Barbara Zoological Foundation
Scripps College
Yosemite Fund
Richard L. & Maryan S. Schall Fund
AFFIRM
American Heart Association of Santa Barbara County
Community Arts Music Association of Santa Barbara, Inc.
Council on Alcoholism & Drug Abuse
Court Appointed Special Advocates of Santa Barbara County
Domestic Violence Solutions for Santa Barbara County
Emmaus of Santa Barbara
Family Service Agency of Santa Barbara
Foundation for Santa Barbara City College
Fund For Santa Barbara
Ganna Walska Lotusland Foundation
Music Academy of the West
Carrillo Counseling Center (New Beginnings)
Nuclear Age Peace Foundation
Planned Parenthood of Ventura, Santa Barbara and
San Luis Obispo Counties
Regents of the University of California (UCSB Affiliates
Scholarship Fund)
Salvation Army/Santa Barbara Corps
Sansum Santa Barbara Medical Foundation Clinic
Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital Foundation
Santa Barbara Foundation
Santa Barbara Maritime Museum
Santa Barbara Museum of Art
Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History
Santa Barbara Neighborhood Clinics
Santa Barbara Rescue Mission
Scholarship Foundation of Santa Barbara
Transition House
United Way of Santa Barbara County, Inc.
Visiting Nurse and Hospice Care of Santa Barbara
Westmont College Foundation
Wilderness Youth Project
Women’s Economic Ventures of Santa Barbara
Women’s Fund of Santa Barbara
The Randolph & Patricia Scott Family Fund
Breast Cancer Resource Center of Santa Barbara
Channel Islands Young Men’s Christian Association
Child Abuse Listening & Mediation, Inc.
Children’s Project Foundation
Court Appointed Special Advocates of Santa Barbara County
Direct Relief International
Domestic Violence Solutions for Santa Barbara County
Dream Foundation
Family Service Agency of Santa Barbara
Future Leaders of America, Inc.
Ganna Walska Lotusland Foundation
Girls Incorporated of Carpinteria
Heal The Ocean
Landmark School, Inc.
Mayo Clinic Arizona
Montecito Trails Foundation
Montecito YMCA
Rehabilitation Institute at Santa Barbara
Santa Barbara Bowl Foundation
Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital Foundation
Santa Barbara Middle School
Santa Barbara Museum of Art
Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History
S A N TA B A R B A R A F O U N D AT I O N
2006 GRANTEES
Santa Barbara Zoological Foundation
Scholarship Foundation of Santa Barbara
South Coast Community Media Access Center
St. Mark’s School of Southborough Inc.
Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation, Inc.
Transition House
United Boys and Girls Clubs of Santa Barbara County
Unity Shoppe, Inc.
University of Denver Colorado Seminary
Visiting Nurse and Hospice Care of Santa Barbara
Yellowstone Park Foundation
Michael Towbes Fund
Anti-Defamation League of B’nai B’rith
California Building Industry Foundation
Camerata Pacifica
Child Abuse Listening & Mediation, Inc.
Congregation B’nai B’rith
Domestic Violence Solutions for Santa Barbara County
Endowment for Youth Committee
Ensemble Theatre Project, Inc.
Foodbank of Santa Barbara County
Ganna Walska Lotusland Foundation
Girls Incorporated of Greater Santa Barbara
Laguna Blanca School
Los Angeles Hillel Council
Mental Health Association in Santa Barbara County
Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital Foundation
Santa Barbara Historical Society
Santa Barbara Museum of Art
Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History
Santa Barbara Opera Association
The Langley School
Trustees of Princeton University
NON-ENDOWED ADVISED FUND HOLDERS
Mr. Marshall Ackerman
Jack & Dotsy Adams Fund
David H. Anderson (Hollis Norris Fund)
Joseph W. & Marjorie L. Bailey Trust
Peter & Linda Beuret
Bliss Lands, Inc.
Mr. & Mrs. Mario F. Borgatello
Ms. Robin Hill Cederlof
Ms. Carnzu A. Clark
Mrs. Gwen Taylor Dawson
Mr. John DeGroot
Dellanina Family Trust
Mr. & Mrs. Frank F. Ferry
Friden Family Fund
Barry & Norris Goss
Charles R. & Barbara B. Greene
Nancy Gunzberg
Sally Hall Fund
Dr. M. Elizabeth Halloran
Mr. Gaylord C. Hanson
Diane Hester & Ray Hester
Stephen M. & Patricia D. Hicks
Mr. W. Burns Hoffman
Alice Hutchins
Mr. Palmer G. Jackson, Jr.
Steven L. Karan Fund
Mr. & Mrs. William H. Kistler
Georgia & Richard Kux
Lindros Family Trust
Harrison C. & Dorothy B. Lingle
Dr. & Mrs. Robert G. Logan
Mr. & Mrs. John R. Mackall
Michael & Nancy Martz
Barbara & Ernest Marx
Mr. Carlisle M. & Mrs. Rhoda B. Moore
Eleanor Moore
Thomas Paine Fund
William & Carol Palladini
Ms. E. Anne Pidgeon
Bruno & Martha Pilorz
Mr. Alexander M. Power
Power Lead Trust
Brian & Joanne Rapp
Mr. Richard Rhodes
Jane C. Rieffel
Arthur N. Rupe Foundation
The Jim Ryerson Environmental Memorial Fund
Saxon Family Fund
Dr. & Mrs. Arent H. Schuyler
Judith Stapelmann
Joel F. & Alice Bliss Studebaker
Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Thompson
Mrs. Carolyn D. Thresher
Mr. Michael Towbes
Robert H. Uphoff & Inge M. Uphoff
The Vltava Foundation
Warner-Arnett Family Fund
Nicholas & Patricia Weber
Mr. & Mrs. Michael Wondolowski
Nancy & Byron Kent Wood
Mr. & Mrs. Clifford R. Wright
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Yzurdiaga
AGENCY ENDOWMENTS
Agency Endowments are established to ensure a permanent
source of income for a particular nonprofit.
Holderman Endowment for La Patera School
Partners in Education/Computers for Families
The Endowment for Youth Committee Fund
C H A R L E S H E N R Y J A R V I S 1930-2006
PARTNERS IN GIVING:
LEGACY SOCIETY
Members are caring individuals who have planned a future gift through a
bequest, trust, pooled income fund, life insurance, charitable gift annuity
or charitable remainder trust. We are deeply grateful to each of them for
their foresight in helping to fund the future needs of our community.
Joe & Fran Adams
David & Lyn Anderson
Anonymous
Mr. William Baker
Russell* & Suzanne Bock
Dr. Robert L. Brigden*
Katherine & Dean* Brown
William S. Burtness
Mary Louise Case
Mercedes H. Eichholz
Gwendolyn M. Floro*
Dennis & Patty Forster
Kerin & Eric* Friden
Erik & Judy Frost
Denny* Goodchild Family /
Linda Goodchild
Norman & Jane Habermann
Marie-Paule & Laszlo Hajdu
Norma E. & Norman B.* Hansen
Ed & Mary Harvey
Stan & Betty Hatch
Joy Holman
Elenore H. & Thomas E. Hugunin
Jim & Shirley Ann Hurley
Drs. Karin E. & W. Blake Jamison
Ellen G. Keeter
Walter C. Klass
Otto Korntheuer*
Cliff & Thelma* Lambert
Edward & Janice Lewis
Dion J.W. Luebke &
Anthony M.L. Luebke
Ron & Mary Nanning
Ken & Jo Saxon
Richard & Maryan Schall
Jean K. Schuyler
Vincent & Angela Siefe
Chuck & Stephanie Slosser
COURTESY JARVIS FAMILY
Jack & Judy Stapelmann
Michael Towbes
Lila Trachtenberg & George Handler
Winfred & Dinah Van Wingerden
Alvin & Cecilia Walker
C. Dana White
Mr. Mark Wienke &
Ms. Nancy R. Cohen
Parmele & Frank Williams
Christel J. Bejenke, M.D. &
George J. Wittenstein, M.D.
E. Pia Woolverton
Mrs. Fred A. Zannon
O T T O K O R N T H E U E R 1914-2006
* Deceased
If you have remembered the
Foundation in your will, please
let us know We would be
pleased to include you in the
Legacy Society.
2 0 0 6 A N N U A L S TAT E M E N T
Charles Jarvis had a passion for life and vocal chords that could charm
a client or penetrate live sports radio broadcasts. A former Foundation
trustee, Charles Jarvis was a respected attorney, a passionate supporter of
UCSB basketball teams, and a talented woodworker.
Charles attended Stanford University on a Hollowell Scholarship from the
United States Navy. He graduated from UC Berkley’s Boalt Hall School of Law
in 1958 and moved his family to Santa Barbara where he became known and
respected for the thoroughness and integrity of his work.
Charles generously shared his expertise with the Foundation. He was a
trustee in the 1980s and served on the Finance Committee from 1991-96.
COURTESY KORNTHEUER FAMILY
Otto Korntheuer was born in Byram, Connecticut, in 1914. In his 20s and
30s he worked as a recording engineer in New York City. He acquired an
insurance brokerage in Port Chester, N.Y., which he operated until his
retirement and move to Santa Barbara.
Soon after his arrival in Santa Barbara in 1983, Otto made good use of
his early work in radio by volunteering three days a week for Recording for
the Blind and Dyslexic (RFBD). He understood the problems of the blind
very well as his wife, Arleeta, had severely impaired vision. He contributed
time and experience at RFBD for 15 years and was honored as Volunteer of
the Year in 2005.
Otto remembered the Santa Barbara Foundation in his estate plans.
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Do you believe exposure to the arts can
nurture creativity? We do.
ARTS MINI GRANTS
Awarded in partnership with The James Irvine Foundation.
Venue Rent-Subsidy Grants
Allan Hancock College Foundation
Artspace, Inc.
Community School, Inc. (Arts Mentorship Program)
Lobero Theater Foundation
Santa Barbara Community Youth Performing Arts Center
Mini Grants
American Harp Society
Artists Guild of Santa Ynez Valley
Arts Outreach
Artspace, Inc. (Dramatic Women)
Benjamin Foxen Days Association
Boxtales Theatre Company
Carpinteria Valley Arts Council
Children’s Creative Project (Performing Visual Arts Camp)
Children’s Creative Project (Dancing Drum)
Coastal Voices
Community Mediation Program of Santa Barbara County
Community School, Inc. (Arts for Humanity)
County of Santa Barbara Arts Fund
Flamenco Arts Festival
Forest Hospital Foundation (Everybody Dance Now)
Genesis West, Inc.
Guadalupe Area Senior Citizens Club
Guadalupe Cultural Arts & Education
(Xiuhcoatl Aztec Danza)
Iridian Arts, Inc.
La Casa de la Raza, Inc. (Grupo de Danza
Foklorica Quetzalcoatl)
Lit Moon Theatre Company
Lompoc Mural & Public Arts Coalition
Lompoc Museum Associates, Inc.
Los Alamos School District Educational
Foundation Corporation
Orcutt Children’s Art Foundation
Pacific Pride Foundation (Santa Barbara Lesbian
& Gay Film Festival)
Peace of Wisdom Ministries (Santa Barbara African
Heritage Film Series)
Project Renaissance, Inc.
Rhythmic Arts Project
Santa Barbara Blues Society
Santa Barbara Children’s Chorus
Santa Barbara Community Youth Performing Arts Center
Santa Barbara Cultural Development Foundation
(Women’s Literacy Festival)
Santa Barbara Cultural Development Foundation
(Santa Barbara Dance Institute)
Santa Barbara Dance Alliance
Santa Barbara Festival Ballet
Santa Barbara High School Theater Foundation
Santa Barbara Performing Arts League
Santa Barbara Vocal Jazz Foundation
Santa Maria Arts Council, Inc. (Town Center Gallery)
Santa Maria Civic Theatre
Santa Maria Philharmonic Society
Santa Maria Valley Historical Society
Santa Ynez Valley Chorale (Act II-Valley
Community Theatre)
Santa Ynez Valley Chorale
Solvang Heritage Associates
Solvang School Education Foundation
Speaking of Stories
Summer Solstice Celebration, Inc.
Transitions-Mental Health (The Healing Arts Council)
Total Mini-Grants & Venue Rent-Subsidy
Grants: $155,000
2006 HAPPENINGS:
MARIE MURPHY
Communities Advancing
the Arts
Funding received from The James Irvine
Foundation allowed the Foundation to test a
different type of grantmaking. A total of $155,000
in mini-grants and venue subsidy grants were
awarded to area arts organizations. A campaign is
underway to encourage new, sustainable funding
sources for the arts by building awareness
throughout the County.
The Santa Barbara Trust for Historic
Preservation helps preserve and restore
important parts of Santa Barbara’s
history: the Presidio, Casa de la Guerra,
and Santa Ines Mission Mills. In addition
to archaeological excavations, historical
reconstructions, museum installations and
ongoing education programs, the Trust
presents free family craft events in the
courtyard of Casa de la Guerra. These are
centered around Mexican holidays such
as Cinco de Mayo and Dia de los Muertos.
During the latter, whimsical skulls and
skeletons abound, like the skeletal family
(left), created by Santa Barbara artist
Celina Amaya.
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ED SOUZA / SANTA MARIA TIMES
2006 GRANTEES
Arts Mini Grants
Above: Cautli Galindo, member of the Xiuhcoatl
Aztec Danza, a family dance group that performs
traditional Mexican dances, appears at the Fourth
Annual Indigenous People’s Day Festival in
Guadalupe.
S A N TA B A R B A R A F O U N D AT I O N
Do you believe in sharing resources for the
greater good? We do.
2006 Financial Highlights
Our Endowment, depicted in the image to the right,
is the “bedrock” of the Foundation. Created over 78
years with the help of your friends and neighbors, it
ensures our ability to meet the needs of the
community today and tomorrow.
Student
Aid:
$2,444,434
Named Fund
Grants:
$24,124,381
Endowment
2006 Distributions
General Grants
to Nonprofits:
$3,133,172
Foundation Endowment: $285,826,403
Santa Barbara Foundation:
2006 Financial Highlights:
Ranked in the top seven percent for
investment performance among similar
institutions during the past three years by
the Wilshire Associates, a global advisory
company specializing in investment and
technology products and consulting services.
Total Grants Awarded:
$
29,701,987
Gifts Received:
$
23,247,530
Administrative Expenses:
$
2,803,040
Net Assets (Endowment):
$ 285,826,403
Total Assets:
$ 295,644,670
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Do you want to be a partner in philanthropy? We do.
WE MAKE IT EASY. CALL US!
Santa Barbara Foundation is:
YOUR community foundation. We have grown
steadily over the past 78 years, thanks to thousands of
local donors who have partnered with the nonprofit
community to improve life for everyone in Santa
Barbara County.
Here are a few ways you can get involved.
Join the Foundation Family.
For $35 or more, become a member of the Santa
Barbara Foundation Associates. Your gift helps
support the endowment fund—a permanent fund
that allows the Foundation to make grants today and
plan for tomorrow. As an Associate, you’ll receive
our quarterly newsletter, the annual report, and
invitations to special events in one of Santa Barbara’s
oldest adobes. Place your gift in the enclosed
envelope and mail it today!
We make it easy to be
a philanthropist.
We are flexible and knowledgeable about community
needs. You make a lasting difference in your
community and enjoy maximum tax benefits…and we
take care of all the paperwork!
How do you wish to be remembered?
Include the Foundation in your estate plan. You can
leave real estate, stock, or cash and may designate the
funds to be used for general or specific purposes.
Do you have an interest in a specific area but
are not sure where to give your money?
Establish a Field of Interest Fund and the Foundation
will help you distribute the funds. We have five
funding cycles in the areas of education, health,
human services, culture and recreation, and
community enhancement. Through your fund, you
can help augment our grantmaking.
Want to be involved in making grants?
Create a Donor Advised Fund in your name and
establish a lasting legacy of support for your favorite
causes. This type of fund simplifies charitable giving,
allowing you to make a gift, take an immediate tax
deduction, choose when and where to donate to your
favorite organization—and leave all the details to us.
Interested in supporting local students?
Establish a scholarship in your area of interest or
designate your gift for our student loan program.
We help more than 1,000 students attend college
every year.
For more information on how to become involved
with the work of the Foundation, please contact
Tanya Gonzales, Vice President of Development,
by phone: (805) 963-1873, ext 117, or via email:
[email protected]
COURTESY KENWORTHY FAMILY
IT’S EASY TO DONATE ONLINE! www.sbfoundation.org
2006 HAPPENINGS:
Lompoc: Voices of World War II
A community effort to preserve the histories of those who served in World
War II culminated in August with a gala dinner for veterans, attended
by more than 300 people, and a published collection of their stories.
Underwritten by the Santa Barbara Foundation, the Hutton Foundation and
the Wood-Claeyssens Foundation, this project was supported by the Lompoc
Record and the Lompoc Parks and Recreation Department.
Left: William Kenworthy in uniform in 1942.
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S A N TA B A R B A R A F O U N D AT I O N
2006 PARTNERS IN GIVING: Working for the Common Good
SUSTAINING DONORS
Thank you to those donors who made gifts of $1,000 or more.
Mr. & Mrs. John H. Adams
Ann Jackson Family Foundation
Mr. & Mrs. David H. Anderson
Anonymous
Mr. & Mrs. Anderson J. Arnold
Mr. & Mrs. E. Schilling Bard
The Behrendt-Gildea Foundation
Mr. & Mrs. Donald K. Bennett
Mr. Keith C. Berry
Bialis Family Foundation
Mr. & Mrs. Brent Bickett
Mr. & Mrs. Terry G. Bliss
Mr. & Mrs. Mario F. Borgatello
John G. Braun Charitable Foundation
Mrs. Heather Brodhead
Bryant & Sons, Ltd.
Dr. John A. Carbon &
Dr. Louise B. Clarke
Cavalletto Charities
Mr. & Mrs. Reid G. Cederlof
Change A Life Foundation
Mrs. H. Ward Chennell
Mr. & Mrs. Dennis Chiavelli
City of Santa Maria
Mr. & Mrs. Charles L. Cleek
Mr. & Mrs. Barnaby Conrad
The Crawford Idema Family
Foundation
Estate of Charlotte Doyle Davis
Robert O. Dougan Estate
Dr. & Mrs. Robert J. Emmons
Baroness Léni Fé Bland
Mr. & Mrs. Erik M. Frost
Mr. Bryan G. Gaggs
Estate of Sally Gane
Ms. Elizabeth B. Gaylord
Mr. & Mrs. Howard N. Gilmore
Mr. & Mrs. Charles D. Glenn
Mr. & Ms. David C. Green
Mr. & Mrs. Gary G. Gulbransen
Mr. & Mrs. Norman N. Habermann
Mr. & Mrs. Mark Hamilton
The Hamister Foundation
Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence T. Hammett
Mrs. Norma E. Hansen
Mr. & Mrs. Stanley Harfenist
Mr. & Mrs. Stephen A. Haselton
Mr. & Mrs. Stanley C. Hatch
Mr. & Mrs. Tom Heter
Mr. Preston B. Hotchkis
Mr. & Mrs. James H. Hurley, Jr.
Hutton Foundation
Ms. Catherine R. Hyde
The James Irvine Foundation
James S. Bower Foundation
Elizabeth Bixby Janeway Foundation
Mrs. Charles H. Jarvis
Mr. & Mrs. Roger A. Karlson
Karuna Foundation
KDB 93.7 FM
Mr. Walter C. Klass
Estate of Jerry Leen
Ms. Jean T. Leonard
Mr. & Mrs. John Lundegard
Estate of Robert S. MacLean
Mr. John A. Magnuson
Mr. & Mrs. John B. Mandle
Mr. & Mrs. John S. Mason
McCune Foundation
Ms. Marla Miller
Mr. Stuart M. Miller
Mr. & Mrs. Warren P. Miller
Mr. & Mrs. Marshall C. Milligan
Henry E. & Lola Monroe Foundation
Mr. & Mrs. James M. Morouse
Preston & Sterling Morton Fund
Mr. David F. Myrick
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph A. Olivera, Jr.
Mr. & Mrs. Jack Overall
Mrs. Helen L. Pedotti
Estate of Rosalind Perlman
Ms. E. Anne Pidgeon
Mr. & Mrs. David S. Potter
Mr. & Mrs. Alexander M. Power
Professional Musicians’ Association
Ms. Jane C. Rieffel
The Roberts Brothers Foundation
Rord Foundation
Ms. Elaine Rosenberg
Mr. & Mrs. James F. Rothenberg
Ms. Barbara N. Rubin
Ms. Virginia Salazar
Santa Barbara News-Press
Santa Maria Valley Chamber
of Commerce
Daniel & Edna Sattler Beneficial Trust
Mr. & Mrs. Ken Saxon
Mr. & Mrs. Douglas J. Scalapino
Mr. & Mrs. Richard Schall
Mr. & Mrs. James D. Scheinfeld
Mrs. C.W. Schlosser
Mr. Monte C. Schulz
Ms. Cristine Sharkey
Shoreline Preservation Fund
Dr. & Mrs. Vincent K. Siefe
St. Francis Foundation
Mr. & Mrs. Jack Stapelmann
Mr. & Mrs. Carl F. Stucky
Mrs. Wilmuth S. Tannahill
Mr. & Mrs. Walter J. Thomson
Mr. & Mrs. Michael Towbes
Alice Tweed Tuohy Foundation
Estate of Edica M. Uccello
Mr. & Mrs. Robert H. Uphoff
The Valley Foundation
Estate of Robert D. Van Note
Mr. Ed Van Wingerden
Mr. & Mrs. Winfred Van Wingerden
Mr. & Mrs. Edward W. Vernon
Dr. & Ms. Nicholas J. Vincent
Myatt W. Volentine Foundation
Ms. Jennifer Wells
West Coast Asset Management, Inc.
Westmont College
The Wharton Foundation
Mrs. Alice Willfong
Otis Williams Trust
Wood-Claeyssens Foundation
Mr. & Mrs. George S. Writer, Jr.
Mr. & Mrs. Geofrey K. Wyatt
ASSOCIATES
Associates are individuals who have made unrestricted gifts to ensure the Foundation’s ability to meet community needs far into the future.
Mr. & Mrs. Duncan H. Abbott
Dr. & Mrs. Stephen L. Abbott
Ms. Virginia R. Abt*
Mr. & Mrs. Marshall Ackerman
Mr. & Mrs. Kieran L. Adam
Mr. & Mrs. John H. Adams
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph R. Adams
Mr. & Mrs. Samuel Adams
Dr. & Mrs. Ichak Adizes
Mr. & Mrs. Denis C. Adler
Mr. & Mrs. Timothy Y. Aguilar
Dr. & Mrs. Richard G. Ainley
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph S. Airey
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Mr. & Mrs. Maris Andersons
Ms. Mary M. Ankeny
Mr. & Mrs. Kurt R. Anker
Ann Jackson Family Foundation
Anonymous
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Ms. Carol J. Betker
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Ms. Laura F. Benson
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Mr. Thaddeus Bordofsky
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Ms. Karen L. Borick
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Mr. Jean-Luc Bourdon
Mr. Kevin R. Bourke
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Ms. Susan S. Bower
Ms. Patsy A. Boyd
Ms. Shirley M. Boydstun
Mrs. Stephen R. Boyle
Ms. Barbara B. Bradley
Ms. Deborah S. Branch
Mr. & Mrs. Erik Brander
Mrs. Penny Braniff
John G. Braun Charitable
Foundation
Mr. & Mrs. Roger F. Brewster
Mr. & Mrs. Jeff Bridges
Ms. Laura M. Bridley AICP
Mr. & Mrs. Ashleigh Brilliant
Mr. & Mrs. John A. Brinker
Mr. & Mrs. Scott C. Brittingham
Ms. Joyce Brock
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Mr. & Mrs. Andrew D. Busch
Mr. & Mrs. Ronald E. Busch
Mr. Thomas M. Bush &
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Mr. Don Bushnell & Ms. Julie Lopp
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Ms. Eleanor Caldwell
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Ms. Ana Rosa Camacho
Mr. & Mrs. Michael Cameron
Ms. Elaine W. Campbell
Chaplain William S. Campbell*
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Dr. Louise B. Clarke
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Ms. Kay C. Casey
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Ms. Catherine G. Cavaletto
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Ms. Cornelia Chapman
Charter Brokerage &
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Mrs. H. Ward Chennell
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Mr. & Mrs. Alfred M. Clark, Jr.
Ms. Barbara A. Clark
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Ms. Natalie Clark-Harpham
Mr. & Mrs. Charles L. Cleek
Mr. & Mrs. Richard G. Closson
Ms. Lyda J. Clough
Mr. & Mrs. Patrick Clowers
Ms. Martha Clyde
Coast Hills Federal Credit Union
Mr. & Mrs. Michael H. Cochran
Ms. Helen J. Coffey
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Mr. & Mrs. Joseph L. Cole
Dr. Susanne Colin
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Ms. Lani M. Collins
Mr. & Mrs. Michael M. Collins
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Mr. & Mrs. James Conger
Mr. & Mrs. Barnaby Conrad
Ms. Anna Constant
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Dr. & Mrs. Howard Cooperman
Ms. Jane G. Copelan
Mr. & Mrs. Richard Cornejo
Mrs. Rosalie I. Cornelius*
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Ms. Carol B. Cranney
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Mr. Jim Craviotto
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Mrs. Anne G. Cushing-Cotton
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Mr. Joel Dee & Ms. Alison Cox
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Ms. Priscilla L. Del Mastro
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Dr. Louise M. Harris
Ms. Mimi Dent
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Ms. Anna Di Stefano
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Mrs. Louise A. Duffey
Ms. Ellen B. Duke
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Mr. Eric S. Eames
Mr. Clark H. Edwards
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Ms. Mercedes H. Eichholz
Ms. Jeraldine L. Eigner
Mrs. Catherine Elam
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Ms. Suzanne Elledge
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Mr. Ned Emerson &
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Mr. Kent L. Englert
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Ms. Tina L. Fanucchi
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Mr. & Mrs. Mason Farrell
Mr. Warren S. Farrell
Martin Farrell Homes, Inc.
Mr. Nat D. Fast
Ms. Tammi L. Faulks
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Mr. & Mrs. John R. Feeley
Mr. & Ms. Doug E. Fell
Ms. Shannon L. Fernandez
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Mr. & Mrs. Allen W. Finger
Mr. James W. Fischer
Mrs. Corby G. G. Fisher &
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Mr. & Mrs. Michael Fisher
Mr. & Mrs. Raymond C. Fisher
Mr. & Mrs. Eufemio V. Flores
Ms. Grace Florez
Mr. & Mrs. Eldon Ford
Mr. & Mrs. Dennis E. Forster
Mr. & Mrs. Jeff P. Forster
Mr. & Mrs. Keith J. Forster
Four Seasons Biltmore
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Mr. & Mrs. George E. Frakes
Mr. & Mrs. Harold Frank
Mr. James A. Frank
Mr. & Mrs. Paul N. Franz
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Mr. William J. Fraser
Mr. & Mrs. John Free
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Mrs. Anna M. Freidell
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Dr. Jeffrey C. Fried &
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Ms. Leslie M. Fuller
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Ms. Joanne Funari
Mrs. Neal W. Furby
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Mrs. Ingrid I. Gabriel
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Mrs. Audrey A. Gaines
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Ms. Mary L. Garcia
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Ms. Patricia Lacks
Ms. Patricia Gebert
Ms. Mary Louise Gee
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Ms. Marilyn Gevirtz
Ms. Diane Gibbs
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Ms. Ghita Ginberg
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Ms. Patti Jacquemain
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Mr. Joel Goldberg
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Ms. Jean S. Goodrich
Ms. Margaret M. Gordon
Judge & Mrs. William L. Gordon
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Dr. Chris G. Goumas
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Ms. Marylinn S. Green
Ms. Reba S. Green
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Rev. & Mrs. David B. Greene
Mrs. Patricia Gregory
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Mrs. Gertrude Hackman
Ms. Colette Hadley
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Mr. & Mrs. Laszlo P. Hajdu
Mr. & Mrs. H. B. Hall
Mr. & Mrs. Charles R. Halsell
Dr. & Mrs. Charles F. Hamilton
Mr. & Mrs. Mark Hamilton
Ms. Melissa J. Hamilton
The Hamister Foundation
Mr. & Mrs. Larry Hansen
Ms. Linda L. Hanten
Ms. Florence R. Hardin
Mr. & Mrs. Richard C. Harpham
Dr. & Mrs. Marvin D. Harrah
Dr. Anna Harris & Mr. Mark Scott
Ms. Sharon E. Harris
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Ms. Rose L. Harrod
Mr. Edward A. Hartfeld
Ms. Penelope L. Hartnell
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Mrs. Mary J. Harvey
Mr. & Mrs. Jerry Harwin
Mr. Kenneth Harwood
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Ms. Elizabeth A. Hatcher
Mr. Bert H. Hattenbach
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Mr. & Mrs. Daniel E. Henderson, Jr.
Ms. Cassie Hendry
Ms. Cassie J. Hendry
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Mr. & Mrs. H. Edward Heron
Mr. Roger Heroux &
Mrs. Consuelo Morales-Heroux
Mr. & Mrs. Ray Hester
Mr. & Mrs. Robert C. Hester
Mr. & Mrs. Tom Heter
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Ms. Amy Hilvers
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Dr. Frederick G. Hochberg
Mrs. Asa Hoffman
Mrs. Joanne Holderman
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Mr. Andy Holland
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Mr. & Mrs. Terence Honikman
Mr. Jerome C. Horan
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Mr. John H. Howard &
Ms. Jillian P. Winslow
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Ms. Joyce Howerton
Mrs. Robert I. Hoyt
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Mr. Rodney E. Humble
Mrs. William M. Hunt
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Mrs. Alice W. Hutchins
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Dr. & Mrs. John Ise, Jr.
Ms. Eleanor H. Jacobs
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Ms. Susan Jamgochian
Elizabeth Bixby Janeway Foundation
Mr. Conrad J. Jarabin
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Ms. Patricia K. Jasper
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Mr. & Mrs. Josiah C. Jenkins
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Peoples’ Self-Help Housing
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Ms. Jennifer Frazer
Mr. & Mrs. Matthew H. Pickett
Ms. E. Anne Pidgeon
Mr. & Mrs. Alan Piltz
Dr. & Mrs. Charles Piper
Ms. Yolanda C. Piziali
Mr. & Mrs. Michael T. Pless
Mrs. Richard M. Polsky
Mr. & Mrs. David S. Potter
Mr. Robert A. Potter
Mr. & Mrs. Harry B. Powell
Mr. & Mrs. Alexander M. Power
Dr. & Mrs. Elliot D. Prager
Ms. Selma Prevost
Ms. Esther Prieto-Chavez
Ms. Alice F. Primrose
Mr. Tim A. Pritchard &
Ms. Katya J. Armistead
Mrs. John C. Pritzlaff
Ms. Ruth A. Profant
Mr. & Mrs. Harold L. Purdy
Mr. Brendan Pyle
Ms. Kristie L. Qualman
Mr. Wilson Quarre &
Ms. Peggy P. Wiley
Mr. Steven Quimby
Mr. David Raber & Ms. Joan Frentz
Mr. & Mrs. James J. Raggio
Mr. & Mrs. Hugh J. Ralston
Ms. Gwen L. Randolph
Mr. & Mrs. Michael B. Randolph
Mr. & Mrs. John R. Ransome
Mr. & Mrs. David W. Rapoza
Mr. & Mrs. F. Brian Rapp
Mr. Hassan J. Rashad
Mr. & Mrs. James C. Read
Mr. Kevin J. Redick
Dr. & Mrs. David Renshaw
Mr. & Ms. David F. Reynoso
Dr. Ian Rhodes & Ms. Pam Maines
Mr. & Mrs. Reese N. Riddiough
Ms. Jane C. Rieffel
Dr. & Mrs. Paul A. Riemenschneider
Mr. & Mrs. Robert Rifkin
Mr. & Mrs. James H. Riley
Ms. Evelyn Rinehart
Ms. Pauline B. Riparetti
Ms. Melissa Riparetti-Stepien
Mr. & Mrs. George J. Risher
Mr. & Mrs. John F. Ritchie
Mr. & Mrs. Noel Rivas
Mr. James S. Rivera &
Mr. David Luna
Mr. & Mrs. Albert Roberta
Mrs. Claire T. Roberts
Mr. Russell H. Roberts &
Ms. Winifred H. Lennihan
The Roberts Brothers Foundation
Mr. & Mrs. N. T. Robertson
Dr. & Mrs. Raymond B. Robins
Mr. & Mrs. Charles F. Robinson
Mr. David K. Robinson
Ms. Muriel Robinson*
Mr. & Mrs. Kilburn H. Roby
Mr. Bob J. Roe & Ms. Susan Sheller
Ms. Deborah L. Rogers
Ms. Ellen Rojas*
Mr. & Mrs. Kirk Romain
Mr. Ben Romo
Mr. & Mrs. John Romo
Mr. & Mrs. Richard Y. Roney
Ms. Dorothy E. Root
Rord Foundation
Mr. & Mrs. Marshall A. Rose
Ms. Mary Rose &
Mr. Frank J. Artusio
Ms. Rochelle Rose
Mr. & Mrs. Ronald L. Rose
Mr. & Mrs. Todd J. Rosen
Mr. & Mrs. J. H. Rosness
Mr. & Mrs. Alexander Rossi
Mr. & Mrs. James F. Rothenberg
Mr. & Mrs. Donald Rowland
Ms. Barbara N. Rubin
Mr. & Mrs. William R. Rudolph
Mr. & Mrs. Russell W. Rumberger
Ms. Jane Russell
Mr. William W. Russell
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas B. Rust
Dr. & Mrs. Richard K. N. Ryu
Mr. & Mrs. Sanford T. Sacks
Mr. Allan Saddi
Ms. Virginia Salazar
Ms. Catherine K. Salveson
Mr. & Mrs. Maxwell B. Sanders
Mr. & Mrs. Richard W. Sanders
Mr. & Mrs. Manuel M. Sandoval
Mr. & Mrs. John H. Sanger
Mr. & Mrs. Sheldon Sanov
Santa Maria Civic Theatre
Mr. & Mrs. Richard Santana
Dr. & Mrs. Brian Sarvis
Mr. & Mrs. Hal M. Saunders
Mr. & Mrs. Ken Saxon
Mr. & Mrs. Douglas J. Scalapino
Mr. & Mrs. Howard Scar
Mr. & Mrs. Richard Schall
Mr. & Mrs. James D. Scheinfeld
Mr. & Mrs. Joe Scher
Mr. Frank Schipper
Mrs. C.W. Schlosser
Ms. Susan B. Schmidt
Mr. & Mrs. Carl Schneider
Ms. Helene Schneider
Mr. & Mrs. Nicholas J. Schneider
Ms. Ruth A. Schnicke
Dr. & Mrs. Arent H. Schuyler
Ms. Deborah L. Schwartz
Ms. June M. Schwartz
Ms. Patricia Schwartz
Mr. & Mrs. John L. Scott
Mr. Robertson C. Scott
Mr. & Mrs. Peter S. Seaman
Mr. & Mrs. Robert Sears
Mr. & Mrs. Harris W. Seed
Mr. & Mrs. Courtney Seeple
Mr. Brian W. Selander
Mr. & Mrs. Jeffrey D. Chin Sell
Mrs. Joseph Sesto, Jr.*
Ms. Eileen D. Shamel
Ms. Barbara G. Shapiro
Ms. Cristine Sharkey
Mr. & Mrs. Henry C. Sharp, Jr.
Mr. Steven Sharpe
Mr. & Mrs. Dareld Shaver
Mr. & Mrs. Harlan C. Shaw
Ms. Eileen F. Sheridan
Mr. George Short
Mr. & Mrs. Gordon L. Sichi
Dr. & Mrs. Vincent K. Siefe
Dr. & Mrs. Richard A. Siegel
Mr. & Mrs. Wayne Siemens
Mr. & Mrs. Domenico Signorelli
Mr. Frank M. Signorelli
Mrs. Barbara Silverander
Mr. & Mrs. Harvey Silverberg
Mr. & Mrs. Alexander F. Simas
Ms. Cynder Sinclair
Ms. Carol Lee Skinner
Mr. Eric A. Skipsey
Mr. & Mrs. Charles Slosser
Mr. & Mrs. David Smearden
Mr. & Mrs. Jan E. G. Smit
Mr. Donald D. Smith &
Ms. Patricia M. Fresh
Mr. & Mrs. Gregory J. Smith
Mr. Kelly R. Smith
Mr. & Mrs. Richard C. Smith
Dr. & Mrs. Scott A. Smith
Mr. & Mrs. Sidney J. Smith
Ms. Evelynn Smith-Herman
The Snider Foundation
Ms. Pat Snyder
Mr. & Mrs. Fred Sobottka
Mr. & Ms. John A. Sonquist
Mr. Donald J. Sorenson
Mr. Robert A. Sorich
Mr. & Mrs. David J. Souza
Mr. & Mrs. David W. Spainhour
Mr. & Mrs. Clifford W. Sponsel
Mr. Harris A. Sprecher
Ms. Kathryn I. Stahl
Mr. & Mrs. Peter Stalker, II
Ms. Jean R. Stanley
Mr. & Mrs. Jack Stapelmann
Starbuck Tisdale & Associates
Ms. Margaret A. Staton
Ms. Akiko N. Stehrenberger
Ms. Rachael Steidl
Mr. & Mrs. Theodore Stern
Mr. & Mrs. Robert Sternin
Ms. Mary E. Stettner
Mr. & Mrs. Eugene C. Stevens
Mr. & Mrs. Frank T. Stevens
Mr. K. Martin Stevenson
Ms. Nancy Stewart
Mr. Gordon E. Stoppel
Mr. & Mrs. Anthony L. Stornetta
Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Straight
Mr. Seth M. Streeter
Mr. & Mrs. Carl F. Stucky
Dr. & Mrs. James R. Subject
Mr. & Mrs. Adolph J. Sullivan
Ms. Evie E. Sullivan
Mr. & Mrs. Fred D. Sutphen
Mr. Jeffrey Jennings &
Ms. Karin Svensson
Ms. Sue J. Sword
Ms. Melody Taft
Mr. & Mrs. Michael K. Takahara
Dr. & Mrs. Robert Talley
Mrs. Wilmuth S. Tannahill
Mr. & Mrs. Richard C. Taylor
Ms. Barbara E. Tellefson
Mr. & Mrs. Duane H. Terrill
Mr. & Mrs. Douglas Terry
Ms. Maren B. Thomas
Mr. & Mrs. Robert G. Thompson
Mr. & Mrs. Rod Thompson
Mr. & Mrs. Walter J. Thomson
Mr. & Mrs. Harold L. Thornton
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas H. Thornton
Ms. Carolyn D. Thresher
Mr. George Thurlow &
Ms. Denise Eschardies
Mr. & Mrs. Bruce H. Tiffney
Ms. Margaret Tillery
Mr. & Mrs. David L. Tilton
Mr. & Mrs. Waldo R. Tobler
Mr. Leonard Todd
Mr. Donn V. Tognazzini
Ms. Helen C. Tomkins
Ms. Barbara H. Tompkins
Ms. Ann M. Tonkin
Mr. & Mrs. Michael Towbes
Ms. Lila Trachtenberg &
Mr. George Handler
Ms. Karen L. Trapp
Mrs. Mickie I. Trapp
Mr. & Mrs. Michael Tremmel
Mr. & Mrs. Nelson B. Trichler
Mr. & Mrs. Leo Trujillo
Mr. & Mrs. W. Pendleton Tudor
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph M. Tumbler
Mr. William C. Tumelty
Mr. & Mrs. Geoffrey A. Turnbull
Mr. John M. Turner &
Ms. Julia L. Kauffman
Mr. & Mrs. Sam Tyler
United Way of Santa Barbara
County
Mr. & Mrs. Robert H. Uphoff
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas B. Urbanske
Mrs. Harold J. Vaile
Ms. Alice E. Van de Water
Mrs. Donald V. Van Gelderen
Mr. & Mrs. Philip Van Horn
Mr. & Mrs. Winfred Van Wingerden
Mr. & Mrs. J. B. Vander Ark
Dr. & Mrs. Randall J. VanderMey
Mr. & Mrs. Edward W. Vernon
Mrs. Howard Vesey
Mr. & Mrs. Don H. Vickers
Ms. Margareta Villa
Mr. & Mrs. William J. Villa
Dr. & Ms. Nicholas J. Vincent
Ms. Deanne G. Violich
Dr. & Mrs. M. Dean Vogel
Ms. & Mrs. Vordale
Mr. & Mrs. Hubert D. Vos
Mr. & Mrs. Alvin Walker
Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence B. Wallin
Mr. & Mrs. Gerald L. Walsh
Colonel & Mrs. H. B. Walsh
Ms. Mary H. Walsh
Mr. & Mrs. Carter Walters
Ms. Gloria O. Wascher
Mrs. Lawrence Wathey
Mr. & Mrs. Harold S. Wayne
Mr. & Mrs. Paul Weakliem
Ms. Lois M. Weatherhead
Mr. & Mrs. Nicholas Weber
Mr. & Mrs. James M. Wedmore
Dr. Celia J. Weidemann
Mr. Alan Weiss & Ms. Cheryl Smith
Mr. & Mrs. Richard B. Welch
Ms. Dorene Wellck
Ms. Juli Welsh
Mr. & Mrs. Richard L. Wendt
Mr. Arthur H. Westerfield
Westmont College
Mrs. Helen Whamond
Mr. & Mrs. Lewis B. Wheeler
Mr. C. Dana White
Ms. Lucille White
Ms. Meredith Whittier
Ms. Mary E. Widiner
Dr. & Mrs. John M. Wiemann
Mr. Mark Wienke &
Ms. Nancy R. Cohen
Ms. Phylene Wiggins
Mr. & Mrs. Philip S. Wilcox
Mr. & Mrs. Raymond C. Wilcox
Mr. Steve F. Will
Ms. Alice L. Willfong
Dr. & Mrs. Carl H. Williams
Mr. Harold M. Williams &
Ms. Nancy Englander
Dr. Robert G. Williams
Ms. Judith M. Willis
Mr. & Mrs. Eric G. Wilmanns
Ms. Diana M. Wilson
Mr. & Mrs. Don E. Wilson
Mr. & Mrs. Page Wilson
Mr. Travis J. Wilson
Mr. & Mrs. Irwin Winer
Dr. & Mrs. Vaughn F. Wipf
Mr. & Mrs. Peter Wisner
Dr. George J. Wittenstein &
Dr. Christel J. Bejenke
Mr. & Mrs. Byron K. Wood
Mr. William J. Wood &
Dr. Elizabeth S. Wood
Mr. & Mrs. James Woodruff
Mr. & Mrs. Edwin N. Woods
Mr. & Mrs. Taylor Woodward
Ms. E. Pia Woolverton
Ms. Diane M. Wootton
Mr. & Mrs. Clifford Wright, Jr.
Mr. & Mrs. George S. Writer, Jr.
Mr. & Mrs. Geofrey K. Wyatt
Mr. & Mrs. Benyaurd B. Wygant
Ms. Laura K. Wyles
Ms. Wendy Yager
Mr. & Mrs. Robert H. Yamin
Ms. Lan Y. Yee
Mr. & Mrs. Donald R. Young
Mr. J. B. Youngblood
Mrs. Fred A. Zannon
Ms. Elizabeth F. Zeller
Mr. & Mrs. Craig Zimmerman
Mr. & Mrs. Herman Zittel
Ms. Patty R. Zucherman
Ms. Rebecca J. Zwick
*Deceased
GIFT MEMBERSHIP RECIPIENTS
Mr. & Mrs. Jimmy Argyropoulos
Mr. & Mrs. David Baker
Mr. & Mrs. Michael Bonsignore
Mr. & Mrs. Frank Caufield
Mr. & Mrs. Pat Connelly
Mr. & Mrs. Peter Douglas
Mr. Ryan H. Emmons
Dr. & Mrs. Donald Fareed
Mr. & Mrs. Bob Fead
Mr. & Mrs. Robert M. Fell
Mr. & Mrs. Andy Granatelli
Mr. Jim Heter &
Ms. Tracey Vreeland
Mr. & Mrs. John Heter
Mr. & Mrs. Tom Heter III
Mr. & Mrs. Morris Jurkowitz
Mr. & Mrs. Jamie Kellner
Ms. Sophie Lee
Mr. & Mrs. Rob Lowe
Mr. & Mrs. Hale Milgrim
Mr. & Mrs. Dennis Miller
Mr. & Mrs. Gene Montesano
Mr. Nate Nelson
Mr. & Mrs. Bill Nicholson
Mr. & Mrs. Peter Noone
Ms. Reyne Pritchard
Mr. & Mrs. Ivan Reitman
Mr. Griffin Saxon
Ms. Hope Saxon
Mr. & Mrs. John A. Schuyler
Mr. Peter Schuyler &
Ms. Lisa Stratton
Mr. & Mrs. Harold Simmons
Mr. & Mrs. Herb Simon
Mr. & Mrs. Ed Snider
Ms. Kathy Terrones
Mr. Paul Terrones
Ms. Claudia Van Wingerden
Ms. Eva Van Wingerden
Ms. Florica Van Wingerden
Ms. Sofia Van Wingerden
Mr. & Mrs. Bob Veloz
Mr. & Mrs. Duke Vincent
Mrs. Naomi D. Wieselman
S A N TA B A R B A R A F O U N D AT I O N
COURTESY FAHLMAN FAMILY
J O YC E FA H L M A N
1926-2006
E D I C A M A RY U C C E L L O
1917-2004
Joyce Fahlman was a talented musician, a caring teacher, a loving parent,
and a philanthropist. She began playing the violin at age 10 and later toured
with the Tommy Dorsey Orchestra (above) in 1946, playing with some of the
best jazz instrumentalists of the time. She continued to play violin and viola
in local symphony orchestras and taught music in the LA school system for
many years.
In 1997, Joyce created the Joyce H. Fahlman Music Scholarships, donating
$20,000 a year to support and nurture talented young musicians. She took
a personal interest in the students and they responded in kind and filled
her mailbox with letters and cards. She will be remembered by all for her
generosity, her warm smile, and love of music.
Edica Mary Uccello was a native Santa Barbaran who lived most of her life
quietly on De la Vina Street. Her father, a strict and thrifty Italian immigrant,
would not hear of her attending UCSB after her graduation from Santa
Barbara High School. Undeterred, Edica worked part-time, took classes, and
eventually graduated with a BA in Economics from UCSB. She lived modestly
and never left town.
Her friend, Grace, persuaded her to visit Las Vegas. The trip was such
a success that Edica later agreed to go to Italy—an adventure that became
the highlight of her life. After retirement from the County she became good
friends with her stock broker. The pair made careful investments, which
gradually grew into a tidy sum allowing Edica to leave $270,000 to help young
people to receive an education.
TRIBUTE GIFTS
In Honor of Raymond Robins:
Mr. & Mrs. Stuart Jaffee
In Honor of Bill Cirone:
Mr. & Mrs. Paul R. Johansen
In Memory of Brent Abel:
Dr. & Mrs. Scott A. Smith
In Memory of Tom Amundsen:
Rev. & Mrs. David B. Greene
In Memory of Cecelia M. Brasch:
Mr. & Mrs. Don Lahr
Mrs. Clara Olsen
Ms. Kathleen Rasschaert
Mrs. Joseph Sesto, Jr.*
Mr. & Mrs. Alexander F. Simas
Ms. Marianne Tripp
Ms. Cindy M. Vandenberg
Mr. & Mrs. Francis A. Vandenberg
Mr. & Mrs. Robert P. Vandenberg
In Memory of Henry C. Huglin:
Cosmopolitan Club of Santa
Barbara, Inc.
Mr. & Mrs. Richard Hawk
In Memory of Dean Brown:
Dr. & Mrs. John F. Merritt
In Memory of Charles Jarvis:
Mr. & Mrs. Stanley W. Abbott
Mr. James B. Boyle, Jr.
Dr. & Mrs. William A. Davidson
Mr. & Mrs. Harry P. Gelles
Ms. Ursula P. Greditzer
Mr. & Mrs. Robert O. Gregory
Ms. Eleanor H. Jacobs
Mr. Dow Jarvis
Ms. Virginia S. Jarvis
Montecito Bank & Trust
Mr. & Mrs. Robert Teitsworth
Mr. & Mrs. Michael Towbes
Towbes Foundation
Towbes Group
In Memory of Joyce Fahlman:
Mr. & Mrs. Jack D. Barnard
Mr. & Mrs. H. L. Brooks
Ms. Nancy Engstrom
Mr. Russel Fahlman
Mr. & Mrs. Michael Towbes
In Memory of Don Gilmore:
Mr. & Mrs. William C. McMorran
In Memory of Charles Ott:
Mr. & Mrs. Noel Frakes
In Memory of Jim Ryerson:
Ms. Christine L. Ryerson
Ms. Patricia J. Ryerson
Mr. & Mrs. John D. Patton
In Memory of Thelma Souza:
Mr. & Mrs. Ronald L. Nanning
In Memory of Dolly Thomas:
Mr. & Mrs. Paul F. Cashman
*Deceased
WOMEN’S FUND OF SANTA BARBARA
This Fund responds to critical community needs by making substantial gifts in the Santa Barbara area.
2006 Members
Carol L. Ackerman*
Fran Adams
Margo Baker Barbakow
Kathleen Barnato
Jan Baxter
Jill Bellowe*
Patricia Dillon Bliss*
Melissa Brooks
Nori Brown
Kay S. Bruce*
Carolyn Butcher
Solveig Chandler
Zora Charles*
Carnzu Clark*
Joan Crawford
Gwen Taylor Dawson
Deanna Dehlsen
Ginni Dreier*
Kristin Dreier Wilson
Lynda F. Fairly*
Vasanti F. Fithian
Adrianna Foss
Mary Ann Froley
Jo Gifford*
Sally Hamilton
Perri Harcourt*
Diane Hayes*
Judith Hopkinson*
Shirley Ann Hurley*
Katy Jenks
Jean Kaplan
Dale Kern*
Sarah Jane Lind
Lillian P. Lovelace*
Leatrice Luria*
Cindy Lyons*
Carole MacElhenny*
Sara Miller McCune*
Donna-Christine McGuire*
Amanda N. McIntyre
Judy McKee*
Jayne Menkemeller
Lois Mitchell
Valerie Montgomery
Phyllis Mozilo
Mrs. Raymond King Myerson*
Carolyn Novick
The Orfalea Fund
Barbara Offerman*
Carol Palladini*
Claire Parent
Sue Parker*
Jane H. Radin Eagleton
Joanne S. Rapp*
Juliet Rhode-Brown
Barbara Robins
Jo Saxon*
Maryan Schall*
Elna M. Scheinfeld*
Lila G. Scher
Meredith Scott*
Annette Simmons
Elizabeth Slaught
Christine Smith
Judy Stapelmann*
Margaret A. Staton*
Kay Stern*
Prudence Sternin*
Susan Sweetland
Ann M. Tonkin
Anne Smith Towbes*
2 0 0 6 A N N U A L S TAT E M E N T
Dinah Van Wingerden*
Dianne Vapnek*
Sue F. Vincent
Shirley A. Waxman
Leesa Wilson-Goldmuntz
Betsy Winthrop
Fritzie Yamin*
* Founding Members
2006 Group Members
Anna K. Anhalt
Katya J. Armistead
Elly Bajor
Marlyn Bernstein
Carol Betker
Kim Blankenhorn
Nancy Boger
Jo-Anne Brown
Lori Cappello
Dory Carter
Margo Chapman
Pamela Cowan
Sarah de Tagyos
Judy C. Dean
Gabriela Dodson
Ginni Dreier
Nancy C. Edebo
Joan Egbert
Cami Ferris-Wong
Eunice H. Fly
Nori Francis
Bernice Gelberg
Gail Gelles
Roberta Gersho
Ghita Ginberg
Kate Godfrey
Carol Griessen
Stina Hans
Perri Harcourt
Kathryn Hayden
Gabrielle Herbst
Francine Higgins
Shirley A. Hobson
Peggy J. Hodson
Jane Honikman
Jackie Inskeep
Patricia Jackson
Susan Jordano
Susan Keller
Christy Kelso
Lorna Kemmerer
Layla Khashoggi
Diane Koornwinder
Bobbi Kroot
Diana Langley
Patricia Macfarlane
Doloras Manclark
Mary A. Marsh
Nancy Martz
Kathleen McCarthy
Sheila B. McGinity
Harriet E. Miller
Angela Moloney
Diane Morgan
Michel Nellis
Elizabeth K. Noling
Joanne Orput
Melody Parker
Kitty Peri
Michelle L. Pickett
Tracy Pinnella
Mary Beth Riordan
Julia M. Rodgers
Kyra Rogers
Regina Roney
Susan J. Rose
Adele Rosen
Starshine Roshell
Amy Ryan
Winnifred Ryken
P. Lynn Scarlett
Jean K. Schuyler
Celine P. Shimizu
Carol Lee Skinner
Loretta Smargon
Hanne Sonquist
Julie A. Sorenson
Angelique Springer
Rachael Steidl
Anne G. Steiner
Teri Suding
Diane Sylvester
Pam Taylor
Carol M. Thompson
Anne Smith Towbes
Carol Tricase
Claire B. Van Blaricum
Sherryden Watson
Elisabeth Weber
Mariaelena Welch
Betty J.E. Wells
Parmele D. Williams
Pia Woolverton
Grace C. Yoon
Patty Zucherman
2006 Contributors
Lois M. Abbott
Laura Barnes
Judith L. Bennett
Susan Bridges
Joyce Brock
Michele Brustin
Terrie Bugay
Wilma Chortkoff
Nancy De L’Arbre
Anna Di Stefano
Carol L. Fell
Arlyn Goldsby
Ruth Green
Barbara Greenleaf
Susan M. Gulbransen
Karen A. Hickman
Joanne Holderman
Carol L. Keator
Carol T. Kosterka
Patricia Kruse
Sue La Cabe
Patricia Lacks
Julie Lopp
Barbara A. Lowes
Megan M. Matthieson
Lorraine R. Nelson
Belita Ong
Lois Phillips
Beverly Singer
June Stoner
Rebecca B. Swift
Alice N. Sykes
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ROBER GIBSON
COURTESY ISLA VISTA CHILDREN’S CENTER
Realize your passion for philanthropy with us…
We build permanent community capital.
We promote effective giving.
Above: A $27,240 grant to the Isla Vista Children’s Center
provides for scholarships for the children of low-income families
to benefit from being with caring adults who engage them and
stimulate them with age-appropriate activities.
Above: A Foundation grant of $26,768 to the South Coast
Community Aquatic Center has meant that 500 third-grade
students in the Goleta Union School District are learning to swim.
Students enjoy some after class fun with their instructor, Josh Usher.
Below: The Center for Urban Agriculture at Fairview Gardens
is a 100-year-old farm. It feeds approximately 500 families and
offers guided and self-guided tours, outreach to schools, and
lectures and festivals. These freshly-harvested carrots are on their
way to the farm’s produce stand.
MICHAEL ABELMAN
BRUCE W. FALL
Below: Flautists Carol Houchens and Alice McGonigal and clarinet
players Lori Stermer, Jocely Tipple, and Chuck Osborne share their
talents in the woodwind section of the Lompoc Pops Orchestra.
We connect people who care with causes that matter.
For good. For ever.
SANTA BARBARA: 15 East Carrillo Street, Santa Barbara, CA 93101
Telephone: (805) 963-1873, Fax: (805) 966-2345
LOMPOC AFFILIATE: 104 South H Street, P.O. Box 1289, Lompoc, CA 93438-1289
Telephone: (805) 735-8004, Fax: (805) 735-9022
SANTA MARIA AFFILIATE: 120 East Jones Street, Suite 110, Santa Maria, CA 93454
Telephone: (805) 346-6123, Fax: (805) 346-6125
www.sbfoundation.org

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