Individual

$1,000,000+

William K. Bowes, Jr. Foundation*
Arthur and Toni Rembe Rock*

$500,000+

Catherine and John Debs*
The Intrepid Philanthropy Foundation*
Martha and Bruce Karsh*
Ms. Meg Whitman and Dr. Griff Harsh
The Younger Family Fund*

$250,000+

The Carrie and Greg Penner Fund, The Walton Family Foundation
W.L.S. Spencer Foundation*

$100,000+

Louis L. Borick Foundation*
Stasia Obremskey and Dan Carroll
The Crown Family
Courtney Benoist and Jason Fish
Karen and Ned Gilhuly
Kathryn and Aaron Money
Diana Nelson and John Atwater*
Linnea and George Roberts*
Sharon and Joe Saunders
Mary and Jerome Vascellaro
Anonymous

$50,000+

The Conway Family Foundation
Laura and John Fisher
Steven L. Merrill*
Nicholas and Susan Pritzker through their donor-advised fund, The Scorpio Rising Fund, at Vanguard Charitable
Severns Family Foundation
Sandi and John W. Thompson
Rosemary and John Young

$25,000+

The Big D Foundation
Devon and Pete Briger
Mei and Herald Chen
Lorilee and Brian Dexheimer
Dana and Bob Emery
Lynn Feintech and Anthony Bernhardt
Shirley and Harry Hagey
Mrs. Albert J. Moorman
Bernice R. Palangi
JaMel and Tom Perkins
Sheryl Sandberg and David Goldberg
The Schauble Family Foundation
Joyce L. Stupski
Mara and Rick Wallace
Anonymous

$10,000+

Maria Amundson and Elliot Krane
Martha and Bruce Atwater
Black Dog Private Foundation
L. Kenneth Brooks
Tim and Sylvia Carter
Mr. Gordon Chaffee and Ms. Nancy Kedzierski
Carolyn Klebanoff and Fred Cohen
Tench and Simone Coxe
Becky and Chuck Daggs
Steven and Roberta Denning
Nancy and Hugh Ditzler, Jr.
The Downes Family Fund
Kate and Bill Duhamel
Nel and Charles Ellwein
Stephanie and Fred Harman
Sally and Greg Hartman
Jill and John Kispert
Liz and Thomas Laffont
Sue Lehmann
Marks Family Foundation
Susan Meyer
Dean and LaVon Morton
Jennifer Moses and Ron Beller
Mary and Ronald Nahas
The Frank and Denise Quattrone Foundation; Denise Foderaro and Frank Quattrone, trustees
Sharon Simpson
The Storm Castle Foundation
Kathleen Donohue and David Sze
Annabel Teal and Justin Shaffer
Urbanek Family Foundation
Gregory and Lisa Wendt
Kelly and Josh Wiseman

$5,000+

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Appel
Bonnie and Michael H. Armacost
Megan and Harris Barton
Rodney Berens
Frances Bowes
Susan and Steve Chamberlin
Mary Frances Allen and George W. Cogan
Cole Family Foundation
Karen and Charlie Couric
Shefali and Rajat Duggal
Abby and Egon Durban
Judy and Anthony Evnin
Sakurako and William Fisher
Randi and Bob Fisher
Julie and Greg Flynn
Richard Fried
Steve Grand-Jean
Colleen and Robert D. Haas
Kathryn A. Hall and Thomas Knutsen
Bonnie and Thomas Herman
The James Irvine Foundation
Tali Rapaport and Nicholas Josefowitz
Katherine and Duncan Kennedy
Michael P. Kessler
Kathryn and Richard Kimball
Trish and Larry Kubal
Jessica and Sam Lessin
Andrew F. and Ann B. Mathieson Fund
Mr. Nion T. McEvoy
Lenny and Christine Mendonca
Michael and Emily Millman
Ann-Therese O'Neill
Signe Ostby and Scott Cook
Anne and Robert Pedrero
The Madeline and Isaac Stein Family Fund
Edith and Joseph Tobin
Heidi and David Welch
Anonymous

$2,500+

Aditya Agarwal
Jeff and Julie Brody
Gordon and Carolyn Davidson
Mr. and Mrs. William H. Draper III
Ellen and Thomas Ehrlich
Kern Family Fund
Stephanie and Nicholas Osborne
Krutika and Rajiv Patel
The John and Lisa Pritzker Family Fund
Michael Sego
Kenneth Sletten
Ms. Sarah E. Stein and Dr. Michael Cohn
Tosa Foundation
Will Weinstein
Diane B. Wilsey
Anonymous

Regional Advisory Board

Advisory Board

Maria Amundson, Executive Vice President of Edelman Worldwide
Dan Carroll, Founding Partner, Brooklands Capital Strategies
Herald Chen, Member, Private Equity and Co-Head of Technology, KKR
Jaime Dominguez, Headmaster at Stuart Hall for Boys
Jason Fish, Board Chairman, Co-Founder, Alliance Partners
Karen Gilhuly, Community Leader in Education
Jessica Lessin, Founder and Editor-in-Chief, The Information
Michael Millman, Managing Director, Co-head of Equity Capital Markets, Americas, JP Morgan
Aaron Money, Managing Director of Friedman Fleischer & Lowe, LLC
Arthur Rock, Principal of Arthur Rock & Co.
Sharon Saunders, Community Leader in Education
Mary Vascellaro, Community Leader in Education and the Arts
Meg Whitman, CEO of Hewlett-Packard
Josh Wiseman, Engineer, Remind101

Corporate, Foundation, and Public Support

$3,000,000+

Charles and Helen Schwab Foundation*

$1,000,000+

Chamberlin Family Foundation*
Morgan Family Foundation*
Wayne and Gladys Valley Foundation*

$500,000+

Mimi and Peter Haas Fund
Visa Inc.*

$250,000+

The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation*
Koret Foundation*
Tipping Point Community
Anonymous

$100,000+

Chevron Corporation
Credit Suisee Americas Foundation*
Doris & Donald Fisher Fund
JPMorgan Chase Foundation
Dean & Margaret Lesher Foundation*
NewSchools Venture Fund
Quest Foundation
Sidney E. Frank Foundation*
Silicon Schools Fund
Sobrato Family Foundation*
Symantec Foundation, an advised fund of Silicon Valley Community Foundation*

$50,000+

Applied Materials Foundation
Barclays
Farese Family Foundation
National Basketball Association, Inc.
Silicon Valley Community Foundation
Silver Giving Foundation
State Farm Insurance Companies
Texas Instruments Community Fund, an advised fund of Silicon Valley Community Foundation

$25,000+

Hewlett-Packard
Salesforce.com Foundation
Irene S. Scully Family Foundation
TPG Capital
Wells Fargo

$10,000+

BBVA Compass Foundation
Charles Schwab & Co., Inc.
Deloitte
Dodge & Cox
Edelman
Morgan Stanley
The Parthenon Group
SanDisk Corporation Fund, a corporate advised fund of Silicon Valley Community Foundation
Subaru of America, Inc.
thredUP
Westward Leaning

Thank You For Your Support

Teach For America - Bay Area is grateful for the stewardship and generosity of our supporters. All gifts help our effort to recruit, select, train, and support corps members and alumni. For Individual Supporters, we recognize gifts and pledges made to date during the 2014 calendar year. For Corporate, Foundation, and Public Support, we recognize gifts and pledges made to date since Summer of 2013. *An asterisk denotes a multiyear commitment. Donation amount reflects aggregated total of the pledge amount.

Partner Spotlight - Chevron

Since 2009 Teach For America –Bay Area has been partnering with Chevron in pursuit of expanding opportunities for students in Richmond. As Teach For America – Bay Area’s largest corporate partner, contributing nearly $2 million in support of our efforts over the past five years, Chevron is playing a critical role in advancing our mission. Thanks in part to Chevron’s generous and sustained partnership, we have been able to recruit, train, and support 220 teachers to teach in public schools serving Richmond children. Collectively, they have reached approximately 25,000 students growing up in in West Contra Costa county. We have also been able to grow the pipeline of teachers with strong backgrounds in STEM subjects (science, technology, engineering, and math) to help ensure our kids develop the skills and passion to become the next generation of innovators, problem solvers, and engineers.

“Chevron has been a catalyst for my education equity work in Richmond. It is because of Chevron’s commitment to our community that I and other Teach For America corps members have had the opportunity to work alongside so many other committed educators to ensure that we are moving towards the day when every young person is has an excellent education.” – Katherine Acosta-Verprauskus (Richmond Corps ’09), Principal of Montalvin Elementary in West Contra Costa Unified School District  

Event Spotlight

Teach For America’s first annual day of service at Daniel Webster Elementary School was a resounding success. Corps members, alumni, and staff worked alongside teachers, families, and students to clean and beautify the school for the end of the year celebrations.