Luther Burbank Home & Gardens Association (LBHGA) is pleased to announce they received their first large contribution toward needed capital improvements since recently becoming a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. North Bay Corporation, a prominent local refuse company (unicycler.com), has agreed to fund the expense of six attractive permanent trash receptacles to be placed on the Burbank grounds. The design will match the beautiful commemorative benches around the property, and each receptacle will have a plaque honoring North Bay Corporation for their kind donation. Delivery and installation of the receptacles is anticipated by early May.
The receptacles are a significant contribution to the Burbank site and one of the items “wished” for in the new LBHGA Contributors’ Catalog. Only through the generosity of businesses like North Bay Corporation and the support of individuals in our community is it possible for this Registered National, State, and City Historic Landmark to sustain itself and remain one of the most visited tourist attraction in Sonoma County.
Donations made to LBHGA come from individuals and businesses who have a special interest in the historic site, or who wish to make a gift in the memory of a loved one. Donations help to preserve Burbank’s home and gardens and make it possible to continue important educational programs that benefit children, historians, students of horticulture, gardeners, the local community, and visitors from around the world.
For more information about LBHGA and how to make a donation:
View: “Contributors’ Catalog”
Join: “Friends of LBH&G”
Mailing Address: 100 Santa Rosa Avenue, Room 10, Santa Rosa, CA 95404
Nonprofit Federal Tax ID 263008405