The Cerebral Palsy Center would like to thank and acknowledge those who have become partners with us in ensuring the valuable programs and services we provide to adults with developmental disabilities endure.  To continue to assist this special population, we must rely on the generous financial, professional and volunteer support from individuals, corporations, foundations, family trusts, and others who recognize the value of our services.

With the history of the Cerebral Palsy Center going back to 1939, there is no way to acknowledge all those who have provided such noble support.  However, in looking back through the past decade and all the support we’ve received, we would like to recognize our Sponsors, Major Donors, Grantors, and Consultants/Volunteers with deep gratitude.

THIS SECTION IS STILL IN PROGRESS AND MORE NAMES ARE BEING ADDED DAILY.  We sincerely apologize if any name or organization has been omitted.  Please let us know of any changes or corrections that should be made.


Kaiser Permanente
Charles Schwab
Grebenstein Wages Group Wealth Management, Morgan Stanley
Torrey Pines Bank
Levinson Benefits Group
The Swenson Group
Pinnacle Brokers

Major Donors

Greek Orthodox Cathedral of the Ascension
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints – Oakland First Ward


Berkeley Foundation
Five Bridges Foundation
Friedman Family Foundation
George H. Sandy Foundation
Mary Valle Foundation
Morton Foundation
Piedmont Yoga Studio
Regional Center of the East Bay
The Special Hope Foundation
Thomas J. Long Foundation
United Parcel Service (UPS)
Walter & Elise Haas Foundation
William G Gilmore Foundation
Y & H Soda Foundation
Yoga Dana Foundation

Consultants / Volunteers

Centers for Independent Living
Dale Dutton of D3 and Associates
Greek Orthodox Cathedral of the Ascension
Head Royce School
Piedmont Yoga Studio
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints – Oakland First Ward
United Parcel Service (UPS)

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