Thank You to the private individuals and the Board of
Directors, whose contributions to The Custody Project
have made its service possible over the years. You have given of your
time, money, and resources, and you are the backbone of our work.
Thank you, also, to the businesses and foundations which have supported TCP, including:
- Old Navy
- Target Stores
- Bank of America Foundation
- Home Depot
- Godiva Chocolatier
- El Cerrito Electric
- Mail Plus
- Wal-Mart Foundation
- Stephen L. Gold D.D.S. Inc. Orthodontics for Children and Adults
- Give Something Back
And to the mothers who have allowed us to assist, we sincerely thank
The Custody Project's website was designed and built by Barry Devlin, Swati Kamath, Bryan Yeung, and Simon Joshi, as Charity Focus volunteers. Without their contributions, our site would not have been created. Their patience, courtesy, dedication, and expertise have made TCP's website a reality, and it is through each of their gifts that our site is of service to others. Thank you, Swati, Bryan, and Simon
for furthering the development and construction of our website, and Barry
for laying the foundation upon which to build.
The Custody Project is also indebted to Professor Jorja Ivey for her wonderful work on our brochure and to the Spring 2005 Web Page Design students (Chris Roncarati, Luke Olive, Andrew S. H. Heilborn, Ami Urbanske, Terri Harvey) and their teacher, Sebastian Zurek-ROP at Dublin High School in Dublin, CA. Thank you to Jorja, Sebastian and the DHS students for doing wonderful work under the auspices of Charity Focus. Their enthusiastic assistance in the design and content of our website brought it closer to production.
Thank you to Chris Sirico for enthusiastically helping with website updates, as our 2009 Charity Focus volunteer.
A special thank you goes to Charity Focus, a nonprofit that coordinates and assists in building websites for other nonprofits. Ours would not have been built without their assistance.
Also, thank you to the Spring 2003 Visual Communications internship students
and professors at Las Positas College in Livermore, CA, who briefly assisted in
the design and production of The Custody Project's website and brochure.
Lastly, thank you to our special volunteers who have assisted The Custody Project in its work in so many ways through the years.