Corporate & Community Support

Guadalupe River Park Conservancy envisions an active, iconic, world-class Civic Greenway in Downtown San Jose encompassing gardens, trails, and parks where residents and visitors alike can experience open space and natural habitats in the heart of Silicon Valley. The Conservancy is leading the march towards redevelopment, activation, and stewardship of the park and gardens, with the aim of building a lasting park for the ages.

 

Corporate Partner Program

 

Becoming a Corporate Partner is a meaningful way to give back to the community through volunteer opportunities, create a positive corporate image, demonstrate social responsibility, and provide community leadership. Partners at all levels have access to a unique environment for team building giving participants the opportunity to experience first-hand this slice of nature in the heart of Silicon Valley.

 

For more information about the Corporate Partner program, download this brochure containing information about the benefits of joining leaders in our corporate community in supporting this special place.

 

Questions? Please contact Jason Su, Executive Director, at 408-298-7657.

 

Program Sponsorships & Grants

 

The Guadalupe River Park & Gardens is an education destination like no other. A natural oasis located in the heart of downtown San Jose, the Guadalupe River Park & Gardens (GRPG) features 254 acres of park that include the Heritage Rose Garden, the Historic Orchard, a community garden, and 2.6 miles of trail that runs adjacent to the Guadalupe River.

 

Education: GRPC delivers a number of place-based and hybrid/distance-learning education programs to thousands of youth in Silicon Valley.

 

  • Beginning Environmental Explorers (BEE) offers free environmental science programs to children ages 2-6.
  • Field Trips: Guadalupe River Park & Gardens is a natural outdoor laboratory for science experiments, a creative and dynamic atmosphere for learning, and a perfect destination for field trips. We deliver field trip programs to over 6,000 students in the region, over half from Title I schools.

 

Stewardship and Engagement: Through volunteerism, events, and community leadership, GRPC acts as the civic voice for neighborhood development through parks.

 

  • Rotary PlayGarden: Promote universal play through investment in San Jose’s first all-inclusive playground.
  • Historic Orchard and Heritage Rose Garden: Support the restoration and ongoing preservation of our Gardens’ assets.
  • Volunteerism: Community work days engage the local community in the active stewardship of the Guadalupe Gardens and Trail.
  • Engagement: Through park activation and events such as Pumpkins in the Park, we build community and connect them with one of the City’s most unique assets.

 

Interested in learning how your organization can support these programs? Please contact Jason Su, Executive Director, at 408-298-7657.

 

Window on the River Park

 

Guadalupe River Park Conservancy’s signature event, Window on the River Park, is an annual celebration of the River Park & Gardens and its many supporters. Generously hosted at Adobe’s beautiful downtown San Jose headquarters, guests will enjoy an evening overlooking the stunning Guadalupe River where they will meet and mingle with our Conservancy staff and river park animal ambassadors while enjoying delicious food and special libations.

 

Please join us in the fall for Window on the River Park as we celebrate past accomplishments with an eye looking towards becoming the premier urban riverfront park of the Bay Area. For information about sponsorship opportunities, download our sponsorship packet and learn more about the benefits of joining our past sponsors in supporting this event.

 

Questions? Please contact Jason Su, Executive Director, at 408-298-7657.

 


 

Our Supporters

 

$100,000+

 

City of San Jose

The John S. and James L. Knight Foundation

The David and Lucile Packard Foundation

County of Santa Clara

Valley Water

 

$10,000+

 

Adobe

Mike & Christy Akatiff

Deloitte

Facebook

Farrington Historical Foundation

FIRST 5 Santa Clara County

Google

Santa Clara Valley Open Space Authority

Leo M. Shortino Family Foundation

Western Digital Foundation

 

$7,500+

 

Arm

eBay

 

$5,000+

 

Jon & Paula Ball

Boston Properties

William H. Cilker Family Foundation

Cisco

Intel

KT Urban

Platform 16

Salas O’Brien

San Jose Water Company

Sharks Sports & Entertainment

John Michael Sobrato

Studio Current

Vulcan Construction

West Valley Construction

 

$2,500+

 

A Slice of New York

Acosta Sheet Metal Manufacturing

Armanino

Terry & Carol Austen

Mike & Mary Ellen Fox

Garden City Construction

Heritage Bank of Commerce

HGA

Lewis & Tibbitts

Northrop Grumman

One Pearl Place

Republic Urban Properties

Francois & Beth Rodigari

Rotary Club of San Jose

Rotten Robbie

The Schoennauer Company

Silicon Valley Law Group

SPUR

Swenson Builders

Zoom

 

$1,000+

 

AARP California

Able Services

Air Systems

Jim Alves

Yohann Jacob & Kacey Armstrong

Dan Caputo, Jr. Family

JPMorgan Chase Bank

Dr. Gloria C. Duffy & Hon. Rod Diridon, Sr.

ERRG

Garden City Sanitation

Leslee Hamilton

Dave & Noelle Henderson

Heritage Roses Group, San Francisco Bay Area

Kieve Foundation

The Health Trust

Hopkins & Carley

HydroScience

Jacobs

MCM Diversified

Richard & Sheryl Peterson

Samaritan Medical Center

San Jose Earthquakes

SiliconSage Builders

Jodi & Drew Starbird

Urban Community

Ventura County Rose Society

Verde Design

Lorri Watson

 

$500+

 

Bellarmine College Preparatory

Cilker Orchards

Alex Cox

EY

H.T. Harvey & Associates

Mac Millan Properties

Mission Valley Ford

PGAdesign

Potrero Group

Reed & Graham

Santa Clara Valley Contractors Association

Scientific Art Studio

South Bay Piping Industry

Steinberg Hart

Sherrilyn Hedling & Norman Thomas

Urban Catalyst

 

In-Kind

 

Blach Construction

BrightView Landscape Services

Catered Too!

Citti’s Florist

Gensler

Hardcastle Auto Body

NBC Bay Area & Telemundo

Rose Garden Auto Care

Valley Transportation Authority

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