Nature's Inspiration "make a pledge" banner 2024 with background image of the coast

Be a vital part of the Green Foothills community by sponsoring our premier celebration and annual fundraiser, Nature’s Inspiration, on Sunday, September 29, 2024 at the Oceano Hotel in Half Moon Bay.

We need your support. Nature’s Inspiration underwrites a significant portion of Green Foothills’ annual operating budget and our organization depends on funds raised from this event. To sponsor this year’s Nature’s Inspiration, please complete this pledge form. If you would like to purchase additional tickets, they will go on sale in early summer.

Make your pledge today!
We will collect your pledge payment as the event gets closer. If you would like to be listed as a sponsor on this year’s event invitation, please sponsor or pledge by our June 30 printer’s deadline.

Flyer showing sponsorship benefits for Nature's Inspiration 2024. Can be clicked to download a PDF.

Our Growing List of 2024 Sponsors

Nature’s Inspiration underwrites a significant portion of Green Foothills’ annual expenses. The generous support of our Nature’s Inspiration sponsors makes it possible for us to champion land use decisions that affirm and support open space, biodiversity, climate resilience, and natural resources in San Mateo, Santa Clara, and San Benito Counties.

2024 NI Sponsors

Ranae DeSantis
O’Brien Family Charitable Fund
Oceano Hotel & Spa

Ann and Mark Monroe
Laura Wells
Lennie and Mike Roberts

Benjamin Hammett
Pat and Gary Hedden
Peter and Sue LaTourrette
Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District
Peninsula Open Space Trust
Nancy and Greg Serrurier

Applied Materials
Stephen Abbors
Marilyn and Bill Bauriedel
Susan Hansch and Richard Wright
Larry Hassett
Tracy and Julie Hutcheson
Franklin and Cathie Johnson
Linda and Sidney Liebes Jr.
Save Mount Diablo
Maxine Terner and Keith Weber

Jon Adams and Michelle Tresele
Jessica Rose Agramonte and James Principato
Stephen Beck and Jane Baxter
Gregory and Lauren Boro
Matthew Burrows
California Native Plant Society, Santa Clara Valley Chapter
Paul and Jade Davis
Anna Eshoo
Robert and Susan Flint
Jerry Hearn and Rebecca Reynolds
Cayce Hill and Joseph Zullo
Alice Kaufman and Scot Griffin
Theresa Lyngso and Joseph McClintock
Margaret and Jamis MacNiven
Joanne and Douglas McFarlin
Leslie Airola-Murveit and Hy Murveit
Claudia Rossi
Roberta Saxon and Mike Sasnett
Jeffrey Segall and Helen He, in memory of Annette Segall
Jackie Speier
The Foster Museum
The Wallace Stegner Literary Estate
Carolyn and Edwin Tognetti
Valley Water
Cynthia Wordell

ACLU Foundation of Northern California
Tamara Alvarado
Lawrence Ames
Garnetta Annable
Patricia Armstrong
Mary and Phil Bobel
Pat Burt
Brian Carr
Helen and Dan Chapman
Karen Chapman
Tate Cohn
Constance Crawford
Rick DeGolia
Rodney Diridon, Sr. and Gloria Duffy
Paul and Maureen Draper
Kaia Eakin and Bryan Beck
Linda and Jerome Elkind
Ron Erskine
Nancy Federspiel
Megan Fluke and Jeff Prentice
Pam Foley
Linda Gass and Rob Steiner
Craig and Teresa Gleason
Jerry Hill
Melissa Hippard
Arthur Keller
George Tucker and Zoe Kersteen-Tucker
Bill and Katherine Korbholz
Lisa Liddle
Tor and Nancy Lund
Andrea Mackenzie and Jenni Martin
Barbara Marshman
Mary and Ward Paine
Smita Patel
Dan and Helen Quinn
Diana Reddy
Emily Renzel and Enid Pearson
Curtis Riffle and Karen Scussel
Santa Clara Valley Habitat Agency
Santa Clara Valley Open Space Authority
Diane Siemens, in memory of Pete Siemens
Carolyn Straub and Stephen McHenry
Philip and Sara Sunshine
Hartono Sutanto and Tom Myers
Amari and Mark Thomas
Andrew Thomases
Arpana Tiwari
Mariquita West
Barlow and Nancy Westcott

Don W.

Why I Became a Sponsor

“Many of the most important decisions affecting our natural environment involve land use decisions made by our local governments. For almost 60 years, Green Foothills and its allies have worked diligently and effectively to assure that local government decisions in Santa Clara and San Mateo Counties have protected open space and prevented sprawl.”

Don Weden
Nature’s Inspiration Supporter


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