The Trust for Public Land gratefully acknowledges the leadership and support of the institutions and individuals that have contributed to this campaign. Gifts of any amount are critical to reaching our goal. However, there are a few donors who have demonstrated such generosity and vision that we would like to highlight their role in this effort.
The Tiffany & Co. Foundation
Established in 2000, The Tiffany & Co. Foundation provides grants to nonprofit organizations working in two main program areas: the environment and the arts. The Foundation's environmental conservation program promotes responsible mining, healthy marine ecosystems, the enhancement of urban environments and the preservation of culturally significant landmarks. In addition, the Foundation fosters design excellence by supporting organizations dedicated to the decorative arts. For more information, please visit www.tiffanyandcofoundation.org
Having lived in Hollywood for many years, Aileen has extensively explored Griffith Park and considers it one of the most remarkable natural resources anywhere, let alone at the heart of the LA metro area. At times, the single tree at the summit of Burbank Peak at the west end of the property has been like a beacon for Aileen, reminding her of the natural beauty and wildness that still thrives in the City. Aileen has dedicated much of her recent years to the homeless in Hollywood, but stepped forward for this campaign to add this critical piece to her beloved Griffith Park.
Hugh M. Hefner
Playboy founder Hugh M. Hefner continues to influence society and pop culture while his publication remains the world's best-selling men's lifestyle magazine. Playboy magazine launched in 1953 and has inspired a media empire and one of the most recognizable brands in history. He continues to serve as the company's Chief Creative Officer and magazine's Editor-in-Chief, playing a key role in determining the path of Playboy Enterprises and directing other areas of the corporation.
The Trust for Public Land thanks the following foundations, corporations, and individuals for their generosity in helping to Save Cahuenga Peak.
$100,000 - $750,000
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences
Carl W. Johnson Foundation
The Entertainment Industry Foundation
Kathleen Kennedy and Frank Marshall
Sony Pictures Entertainment
Twentieth Century Fox
Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. and Time Warner Inc.
The Walt Disney Company Foundation
The Trust for Public Land also acknowledges the support of Creative Artists Agency, Berry Gordy, Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson, and Norman Lear.