Sponsors 2016

  • AmeraVant Website Design Studio
  • AntiDefamation League
  • Arlington Theater
  • Berkshire Hathaway
  • Center for Black Studies Research
  • Congregation B’nai B’rith
  • Cynthia Silverman
  • Dr. Jim Broderick
  • Huggins, Bishop
  • Dr. Wallace K. Shepherd, Pastor
  • Fund for Santa Barbara (logo needed)
  • First Bank, SB (logo needed)
  • First United Methodist Church
  • Friendship Baptist Church
  • Gary Atkins Sound Designs
  • Hartley and Beverly King
  • J.B. Ficklin, Pastor
  • John Douglas
  • L.Louis Watkins, Pastor
  • Paul Souza, STP Printing
  • Rev. Dr. Alan Stout
  • Rev. Dr. Douglas Miller
  • Rev. Dr. Mark Richardson
  • South Coast Church
  • St Paul Baptist Church
  • Unitarian Society

The Martin Luther King, Jr. Committee, Board of Directors sincerely
appreciates the on-going support of our elected officials:

Lois Capps, Member of Congress
Hannah Beth Jackson, CA State Senate
Das Williams, CA State Assembly
Salud Carbajal, County Board of Supervisors
Janet Wolf, County Board of Supervisors
Helene Schneider, Mayor of Santa Barbara
Jim Farr, Mayor of Goleta

Berkshire Hathaway

2015 Sponsors

Berkshire Hathaway

Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices is a real estate brokerage franchise network designed for today’s real estate market. From first time home buyers to high-end residential markets to middle market communities to commercial real estate, our franchisees are down to earth, nimble and local experts. This network of members and agents wouldn’t be a part of the Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices family if they weren’t.

When our name goes on a real estate sign, it means something. It’s a promise of integrity, professionalism, innovation and the highest standard of work. Berkshire Hathaway is one of the most respected in the world—especially when it comes to real estate. And we don’t take that lightly. That’s why you’ll see these values reflected in every office, every agent, every interaction. Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices is the name buyers and sellers trust.

To learn more, CLICK HERE.

South Coast Church

South Coast is a place where color, ethnicity nor economics matter but are welcomed! We are family. We place no value on your age nor are we focused on reaching only one group of people. We believe Jesus came to serve and love all. In addition, we celebrate our personal cultures in the way of Black History Month, Hispanic Heritage Month and we even do an International month. We eat together every Sunday after service and honestly, we look for almost any reason to throw a food party of some sort. In fact, we even dance together! Yes, every New Year’s Eve we throw a dance and its amazing to see young and old having fun ‘together’!

To learn more, CLICK HERE.

The Fund For Santa Barbara

THE FUND FOR SANTA BARBARA is a nonprofit community foundation that supports organizations work-ing for social, economic, environmental & political change in Santa Barbara County. This includes grassroots organizing against discrimination of all kinds, supporting the rights & dignity of working people, promoting community self-determination, organizing for peace and nonviolence, working to improve the quality of our environment, and building cross-issue/cross-constituency coalitions and al-liances. THE FUND raises money through donations of all sizes in order to provide grants and technical assistance. Since its founding in 1980, THE FUND FOR SANTA BARBARA has awarded more than $5 mil-lion to over 1,000 projects. To learn more about THE FUND visit www.fundforsantabarbara.org.

US Bank

US Bank

We believe all people deserve the opportunity to dream, believe and achieve. The building blocks that made our country great - a stable job, a home to call your own and a community connected through culture, recreation and play - continue to be at the heart of possibility for all of us.

At U.S. Bank, we invest our time, resources and passion to build and support vibrant communities that allow every person to work toward their possible.