LUX ART INSTITUTE THE VALISE PROJECT
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The Lux Art Institute seeks to be a privately and civically funded public amenity, free for visitors to enjoy. Lux plans to fund its capital, program, and operational needs by securing gifts from foundations, individuals and businesses, through our planned capital campaign and through the establishment of an endowment fund. The Institute’s estimated funding needs are $8 million ($4 for construction, $4 million for program endowment).
DONORS/THANKS PROGRESS & GOALS NAMING OPPORTUNITIES
The following generous organizations and individuals are lux supporters:

The Ackerman Foundation

Patty Alksne

Eileen Appleby

Sandra Azcarraga-Sepul

John Ball

Bank of America

Bob Baker

Linda Brandes

The Brandes Family Foundation

Charles & Inge Brown

Sandra Brue

Chris and Diane Calkins

The Christensen Fund

Bill and Kathy Davidson

Katy Dessent

Wally Dieckmann

Maureen Ecke

The City of Encinitas

Ewing Irrigation

The Favrot Fund

Suzanne Figi

The Samuel H. French III and Katherine French Charitable Trust

Jennifer and Barry Greenberg

Carol and Dick Hertzberg

Higher Ground for Humanity

Hunter Industries

Dick Hunter

Frances Hunter

Paul and Barbara Hunter

Drs. Mary and Robert Knight

Ann and Dick Lievers

Luce Forward

Maurice J. Masserini Charitable Trust

Debra and Tim Mills

Mires > Design for Brands

Judy & Allen Moffson

Elaine A. and Richard A. Murphy

Northern Trust Bank

The Parker Foundation

John and MaryLou Paxton

Ramona and Roland Sahm

The Sahm Family Foundation

San Diego Foundation

Pam Slater:County of San Diego

Suzy and Rob Schaefer

Andrea Schmidt

Sempra Energy

Thomas F. Shadek

Reesey Shaw

Donald and Darlene Shiley

The George Sugarman Foundation, Inc.

Barbara Walbridge

Joanne and Frank Warren

The Warren Family Foundation

Ann Hunter-Welborn and David Welborn

Wells Fargo Bank

Frances Hamilton White

Wendy and Phillip Wilkinson

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