Funders

Kala gratefully acknowledges support from the following foundations, agencies and corporations: Alameda County Arts Commission, Archer Patterson Family Foundation, Art 4 Moore Fund of Tides Foundation, Austin Kahle Foundation, Bayer USA Foundation, City of Berkeley/Berkeley Civic Arts Program, Berkeley Public Ed Fund, Boeing, UC Berkeley Chancellor’s Community Partnership Fund, California Arts Council, Cal Humanities: Community Stories Grant, Center for Cultural Innovation, Clif Bar Family Foundation, Crescent Porter Hale Foundation, DHR Investment Counsel Ltd., Bill Graham Supporting Foundation of the Jewish Community Endowment Fund, Walter and Elise Haas Fund, William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, Identigral, Inc., In Dulci Jubilo, Inc., International Fine Print Dealers Association, The James Irvine Foundation, Mechanics Bank, Meyer Sound, Minuteman Press, National Endowment of the Arts (ArtWorks and Our Town), The Nichols Foundation, The Nicholson Family Foundation, Oliver & Company, The Bernard Osher Foundation, Salesforce Foundation, The Sam Mazza Foundation, Sharon Simpson/The PSB Fund, Mercy and Roger Smullen Fund/Silicon Valley Community Foundation, The Sato Foundation, Skidmore-Foster Coal Consulting, Sustainable Arts Foundation, Nancy and Rich Robbins/Wareham Development, Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Phyllis C. Wattis Foundation, The Bernard E. and Alba Witkin Charitable Foundation, Zellerbach Family Foundation, and thanks to our many generous individual members and donors.

In particular, we would like to extend special thanks to The James Irvine Foundation for their significant support from their Exploring Engagement Fund. This support for Kala’s Print Public program fosters increased arts participation with diverse and historically underserved communities in Kala’s neighborhood through socially engaged residencies and accessible art-making activities at community hubs, advancing Kala’s efforts to support artists and create a vibrant and accessible creative community.