May 28, 2002 Vol. VI, No. 17

Cal State Northridge Top Donors
Michael and Jane Eisner
(The Eisner Foundation)
$7 million/single giftFriendIn May 2002 for a new College of Education teacher training program.
Grace Petri$5 million/cumulative
w/ $2 million single gift
Friend$2 million bequest in 1981 for disability programs. Other gifts totaling $2.7 million helped fund the 1989 opening of Jeanne M. Chisholm Hall (named for Petri's sister).
Parnell Simpson$2.3 million/single giftFriendBequest in April 1976, funds Northridge Presidential Scholars and other projects.
The Ridgestone Foundation$2 million/cumulative
w/ $1.5 million single gift
Alumna$1.5 million gift in February 2000 helps fund the new Abbott and Linda Brown Western Center for Adaptive Aquatic Therapy.
Joseph Drown Foundation$1.5 million/cumulativeFriendMostly for the Marilyn Magaram Center, and the Center for Cancer and Devel. Biology.
The J. Paul Getty Trust$1.2 million/cumulative
w/ $1 million single gift
Friend$1 million gift in June 1994 for campus earthquake recovery.
Boeing North America, Inc$1.1 million/cumulativeFriendMain beneficiary has been the College of Engineering and Computer Science.
Alan and Elaine Armer$1 million/single giftFacultyCharitable trust in June 1998, supporting the College of Arts, Media, and Communication's new screening room.
Dirk Gates$1 million/single giftAlumnusCharitable trust in June 1997, for College of Engineering and Computer Science.
Hughes Electronics Corp.$1 million/cumulativeFriendToward various campus programs.
The W.M. Keck Foundation$1 million/cumulativeFriendFor colleges of Science & Mathematics, Education, and Eng. and Comp. Science.
Reflects current and deferred gifts of cash and securities.

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