Lifetime Giving Society


Computing is the story of people, the technology we create and how it has forever changed our world. It is a story that belongs to all of us. The Computer History Museum’s Lifetime Giving Society is a leading class of donors whose cumulative gifts of $100,000 or more. These visionary donors form the foundation of our institution and pave the way for a future as inspiring as the story of computing.

Lifetime Giving Donors

EXA ($10M+)

Donna Dubinsky and Leonard J. Shustek Elaine and Eric Hahn Gardner Hendrie and Karen Johansen

PETA ($5M - $9.99M)

L. John Doerr and Ann Doerr Jeff Hawkins and Janet Strauss Dave House Family Foundation Intel Corporation Intuit, in honor of founder Scott Cook

TERA ($1M - $4.99M)

Anonymous Gwen and C. Gordon Bell Charles Simonyi Fund For Arts & Sciences Mike and Kristina Homer Burgess and Elizabeth Jamieson Gloria Miner Max and Jodie Palevsky John and Sheree Shoch Mark and Deb Leslie

GIGA ($500K - $999K)

Bill and Roberta Campbell Lawrence and Janice Finch Fry's Electronics Sheldon Laube and Nancy Engel, MD Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation Grant and Dorrit Saviers Edward and Pamela Taft Pierluigi Zappacosta and Enrica D'Ettorre

MEGA ($100K - $499K)

Applied Materials Steve Blank and Alison Elliott Campbell Fund Patricia and Gene Carter David Cheriton Yogen and Peggy Dalal Dunlevie Family Fairchild Semiconductor Robert Garner and Robin Beresford Harvey Family Andrea and John Hennessy The Hitz Foundation Mark Horowitz and Jody Buckley John Mashey and Angela Hey Burton and Deedee McMurtry Ike and Ronee Nassi National Semiconductor The David and Lucile Packard Foundation Bernard L. Peuto The Harry and Carol Saal Family Foundation Daniel and Charmaine Warmenhoven Qualcomm The Dirk and Charlene Kabcenell Foundation

For More Information

650-810-2727 Amanda Reilly

Director of Foundation and Government Relations

650-810-1026 Pamela Gesme Miller

Associate Vice President of Development