Our Supporters

Revive & Restore was started in 2013 as an incubator project under the umbrella of the San Francisco non-profit organization, The Long Now Foundation, whose mission is to foster long-term thinking and responsibility.  That support made this organization possible.  In January 2017, Revive & Restore established itself as an independent tax-exempt public 501c3 non-profit organization.  Our close connection with Long Now is expected to continue into the far future.


(Contributions of $100K or more, listed in order received.)

  • Peter & Gwen Norton, IKBS(NA)
  • Pam Scott & Tim Koogle
  • Anonymous donor

Heath Hen Founding Funders

(Contributions of $10K or more, listed in alphabetical order..)

  • Warren Adams
  • G. Kenneth Baum and Ann Baum Philanthropic Fund
  • Driscoll Family Fund
  • The Betsy and Jesse Fink Foundation
  • Robin and Julie Graham
  • Pamela Kohlberg Fund
  • Brad Palmer

Workshop Sponsors:

“New Genomic Solutions for Conservation Problems”

  • Autodesk
  • National Park Service
  • The Nature Conservancy
  • Turner Endangered Species Fund
  • Wyss Institute
  • Zygote Ventures (Jerry Fiddler)
  • Anonymous donor fund

Founding Funders

(Contributions of 10K or more, listed by date received,
most recent at the bottom

    • Ryan Phelan and Stewart Brand
    • Garrett Gruener and Amy Slater
    • Ross Koningstein and Patrisia Spezzaferro
    • Larry Brilliant
    • Sandra and Bernard Magnussen
    • Will Hearst
    • Juan and Mary Enriquez
    • Steve Jurvetson
    • John and Ann Doerr
    • The Levenger Foundation
    • Angie and Dick Thieriot
    • Phil Libin, Evernote
    • George RR Martin
    • David and Abby Rumsey
    • Autodesk
    • Visra Vichit-Vadakan and Chris Cox
    • George Church and Ting Wu
    • Robert and Ranelle Kain
    • Ann & Gordon Getty Foundation
    • Anonymous donor
    • Marc Tarpenning
    • Jack and Karyn Newman
    • Saad Kaan
    • Winkler Family Foundation
    • craigslist Charitable Fund
    • tap4fun – Brutal Age