Your support for the Bren School propels innovative environmental leaders and solutions.
By identifying key opportunities for collaboration, the Bren School’s Development team strives to build mutually beneficial partnerships between our academic institution and individuals, non-profit organizations, government entities, and corporations who share our vision of a sustainable and prosperous future.
How to Make a Gift
Make a gift online (to select giving areas)
Made payable to either the UC Regents or the UC Santa Barbara Foundation, depending on giving area (please consult Development department). Indicate any specific purpose in the memo line and mail to:
Office of Development
Bren School of Environmental Science & Management
2400 Bren Hall
University of California, Santa Barbara
Santa Barbara, CA 93106-5131
Other giving methods:
Read more about other giving methods (including wire transfers, securities, payroll deduction, trust and estate gifts, retirement plans, or gifts-in-kind)
Meet Our Community
Learn more about the leaders who lend their experience and knowledge to the Bren School as members of Bren advisory councils.
The Bren School is a community, nurturing the next generation of environmental problem solvers. At the Bren School, students come first.
#OneBren is the Bren School’s annual alumni fundraising initiative based on the idea that the collective action of many individuals (Bren alumni, parents, faculty, students, and friends) can make a real difference through small contributions. Every other year, the #OneBren initiative participates in UC Santa Barbara’s campus-wide alumni giving campaign, Give Day.
Each year, the graduating Master’s class gives back to future Bren students through a collective Class Gift. Led by the Class Chairs, two elected representatives of their class, this initiative aims to support an area of need at Bren in a meaningful way with 100% graduating class participation.
Bill Kuni invests in interdisciplinary research and early-career data scientists at the Bren School
Masters students in the Environmental Innovation and Entrepreneurship Program are launching sustainable companies with their inventive and rewarding ideas to save the planet.