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The center's work would not be possible without contributions from these important organizations.

CURRENT SPONSORS | RECENT SPONSORS | TERNER PRIZE

 

CURRENT SPONSORS

Annie E. Casey Foundation
Baltimore, Maryland
California Air Resources Board
Sacramento, California
Metropolitan Transportation Commission/Association of Bay Area Governments
Oakland, California
The San Francisco Foundation
San Francisco, California
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
Washington, DC
 

 

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RECENT SPONSORS
 
California Department of Transportation
Sacramento, California
California State Department of Housing and Community Development
Sacramento, California
Center for Housing Policy
Washington, DC
Doreen B. Townsend Center for the Humanities, UC-Berkeley
Berkeley, California
Fannie Mae Foundation
Washington, DC
Fisher Center for Real Estate and Urban Economics, UC Berkeley
Berkeley, California
The Ford Foundation
NewYork, NewYork
 
Institute of Industrial Relations, UC Berkeley
Berkeley, California
The James Irvine Foundation
San Francisco, California
John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation
Chicago, Illinois
National Science Foundation
Arlington, Virginia
The San Francisco Foundation
San Francisco, California
Temescal Business Improvement District
Oakland, California
University of California, Berkeley Futures Grant
Berkeley, CA
 
University of California Transportation Center
Berkeley, CA
U.S. Economic Development Administration
Washington, DC
Urban Habitat
Oakland, CA

 

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FORMER TERNER PRIZE SPONSORS
Alan Stein, Architectural Record
New York, New York
Brad Inman
Emeryville, California
College of Environmental Design
Berkeley, California
Fisher Center for Real Estate and Urban Economics, UC Berkeley
Berkeley, California
IHP Capital Partners
San Francisco, California
National Multi Housing Council
Washington, DC
The Related Companies
New York, New York
The Terner Family
Urban Land Institute
Washington, DC
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
Washington, DC

 

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SPONSORS IN THE SPOTLIGHT

Image of AECF logoAnnie E. Casey Foundation: Making Connections in Oakland's Lower San Antonio District

Too many young people cannot attain their full potential in America because they live in neighborhoods that are disconnected from the support, help, and opportunity that parents need to give their children the best possible chance to succeed.

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