THANK YOU TO OUR GENEROUS DONORS
In addition to our generous donors, we have over 2000+ individual supporters. The latest sponsors include:
$1,000,000 – $4,999,999
$500,000 – $999,999
The Carolyn J. Davis Charitable Trust • Mary Jo & Hank Greenberg Animal Welfare Foundation•
Wanda & Bud Waugh
$250,000 – $499,999
California Department of Fish & Wildlife •Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation •
M. Piuze Foundation
$100,000 – $249,999
The Boeing Corporation • Helmut & Patricia Meissner
$50,000 – $99,999
Global Wildlife Conservation • Susan & Dan Gottlieb Foundation • Walter E.D. Miller •
Powe McGuire Family Foundation • Gwendolyn Sexton Foundation• Michael & Donna Weinholtz Foundation
$25,000 – $49,999
MacDonald Family Foundation
$10,000 – $24,999
Anonymous (4) • Baltoro Trust • Robin Benson • India Blake Foundation • Burnam Charitable Trust •
Malinda & Yvon Chouinard • Conejo Open Space Foundation • Shelley Conger • Emmett Foundation • M & T Fantastic Family Foundation •
James & Jane Folger Foundation • Christen C. & Ben H. Garrett Family Foundation • Wendi Gladstone • The Horn Foundation • Johnson Family Foundation •
Alice Lewin • Justice William Newsom Fund • Loi Nguyen • Nina & Robert Rosenthal • Yabuki Family Foundation
People across the country and across the globe have made donations to the project and taken action to urge for its completion. Support for this wildlife crossing extends around the world!
Thank you to the thousands of individuals, foundations, companies, and government agencies who have shown made a commitment and support the construction of the wildlife crossing at Liberty Canyon! To learn about naming and recognition opportunities, or to discuss a gift or pledge, please contact Beth Pratt, Regional Executive Director, at email@example.com / (209) 966-2623.
THANK YOU TO STEVE WINTER
Our thanks to National Geographic wildlife photographer Steve Winter for his generous use of his photos of P-22 to help support this campaign. He hopes the photos of P-22 will help people appreciate these cats and show that we can live among cougars without many problems.
“I also hope these photos will rally Los Angeles around building a crossing for the mountain lions—living with these cats is something to celebrate.”
You can order prints of P-22 and other wildlife at his website www.stevewinterphoto.com.