CPR’s mission is to build avenues for Santa Barbara County businesses to generate enduring community investment strategies. CPR enhances, inspires, and honors the generosity of businesses that assist in fulfilling the needs of the nonprofit sector.
CPR envisions the premiere forum for engaging small, medium, and large business giving and resource-sharing as part of a community-wide approach to business development, corporate citizenship, and nonprofit sustainability.
You are invited to join CPR in developing a group of thoughtful leaders who help to conceptualize the direction, priorities, and strategies vital to initiating community-wide impact. Transformational change begins with thinking about new opportunities and approaches to create possibilities and partnerships beyond existing frameworks.
For more information on CPR membership, please contact Santa Barbara Foundation Philanthropic Services Projects Coordinator, Ashley Butler-Soberano, at (805) 880-9364 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
A Dialogue on Corporate Philanthropy panelists.
Bank of Santa Barbara
Deckers Outdoor Corporation
JP Morgan Chase
Pacific Coast Business Times
Santa Barbara Foundation
AGIA Affinity Services
Montecito Bank & Trust
Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians
The Towbes Group
Balance Financial Management
Goleta Valley Chamber of Commerce
Impulse Advanced Communications
The Key Class
Pacific Western Bank
Santa Barbara Region Chamber of Commerce
CPR Advisory Council
Michelle Apodaca, Deckers Outdoor Corporation
Catherine Brozowski, Orfalea Foundations
Jan Campbell, Santa Barbara Foundation
Julie Capritto, AGIA Affinity Services
Marybeth Carty, Venoco, Inc.
Dave Clark, Impulse Advanced Communications
John Daly, The Key Class
Tina Fanucchi-Frontado, SB Philanthropy
Janet Garufis, Montecito Bank & Trust
Judy Hawkins, Ruby Road Leadership
Linda LeBrock, Pacific Coast Business Times
Cynder Sinclair, Nonprofit Kinect