Our Supporters

We Care Services for Children is grateful to our generous donors, sponsors, and funders. With your partnership, we are able to give children the help needed to reach their full potential.

For a complete list of current donors, click here.

Event Sponsors 2013

Anvil Corporation
Ardent Companies, Inc.
Bay Area Instrument & Electric, Inc.
Benecia Fabrication & Machine, Inc.
Blastco, Inc.
Criterion Catalysts & Technologies
Hitachi Data Systems
Mangan, Inc.
Overaa Construction
Performance Mechanical
R.C. Fischer and Company
R.J. Roberts, Inc.
Santen, Inc.
Scott Valley Bank
Starcon International, Inc.
Tesoro Golden Eagle Refinery
Tiger Tower Services
UCI Construction, Inc.
Wood Group Mustang


Bernard E. and Alba Witkin Charitable Foundation
Charles Schwab Foundation
Dean and Margaret Lesher Foundation
Ed and Betty Manoyan Foundation
George H. Sandy Foundation
Mark Johnson Foundation
The Diablo Foundation
The Houston Family Foundation
The Taylor Family Foundation

Business and Community Supporters

Alamo Women’s Club
Bank of America
Canyon Creek Homeowners Association
Coco’s Cocktails
East Bay Banjo Club
Fraternal Order of Eagles, Aerie 2323
Giving Vines
Hooy and Hooy, A Professional Law Corporation
JP Morgan Chase & Co.
Kiwanis Club of San Ramon Valley
Kiwanis Club of Walnut Creek
Knights of Columbus, Council #13179
Lafayette Junior Women’s Club
Loyal Order of Moose, Lodge 567
Mechanics Bank
Paralegal Services
Peet’s Coffee and Tea
Republic of Cake
Rotary Club of Clayton Valley/Concord Sunrise
Rusty Bindings Ski Club
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church
St. Perpetua Church
St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church
Wentling Studio

Funding Partners

Contra Costa County First 5
Contra Costa County Health Services
FACT and Head Start
Regional Center of the East Bay

We Care Services for Children would also like to thank The Taylor Family Foundation for hosting our Family Camp at The Taylor Family Foundation’s Camp Arroyo this year. The Taylor Family Foundation’s mission is to preserve the wellness and enhance the quality of life for children in Northern California with life-threatening and chronic illnesses, disabilities and youth-at-risk through unique therapeutic experiences and support. For more information, please visit www.ttff.org