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Foundations
Ranked by total assets
Rank
(Prior)
Name
Address
City, ZIP
Phone
Website
Total assets
Funding purpose
Executive directorYear est.
1
(1)
Santa Barbara Foundation
1111 Chapala St., Ste. 200
Santa Barbara, 93101
(805) 963-1873
www.sbfoundation.org
$424.1 million
Build philanthropy, strengthen the nonprofit sector, and solve community challenges
Ronald Gallo
1928
2
(2)
Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation and Institute
40 Presidential Drive, Ste. 200
Simi Valley, 93065
(805) 522-2977
www.reaganlibrary.com
$363.1 million
Maintain and operate a presidential library and museum; Air Force One, Presidential Learning Center and Reagan Institute
John Heubusch
1987
3
(4)
Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital Foundation
PO Box 689
Santa Barbara, 93102
(805) 879-8980
www.cottagehealth.org
$267.5 million
Rebuilding of Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital, physician and nursing education and patient care
David Dietrich
1982