San Francisco Architecture Firm Gives Back to Those in Need Following Camp Fire
SAN FRANCISCO, California (December 14, 2018) – SB Architects, a full-service global architecture firm known for its architectural work in the hospitality, mixed-use, urban design and residential space, has graciously donated $10,000 to North Valley Community Foundation and North Valley Animal Disaster Group to support the victims and community rebuilding following the tragic Camp Fire in Butte County.
“We wanted to give back to those in need after this terrible tragedy, especially in light of the holiday season,” said Bruce Wright, vice president and principal at SB Architects. “California is our home and where we do many of our projects, so we would like to do what we can to help our neighbors.”
Philanthropy is a strong core value of SB Architects. Most recently, the firm was the largest donor for the seventh annual 2018 Bike to Hope fundraiser in support of City of Hope, a nationally recognized research and treatment center for cancer, diabetes and other life-threatening diseases. Additional organizations that SB Architects supports include the SF-Marin Food Bank, Save the Children (via the South Beach Triathlon), Habitat for Humanity, and Town School for Boys.
About SB Architects
In 55 years of continuous practice, SB Architects has established a world-wide reputation for excellence in the planning and design of large-scale hotels, resorts, destination resort communities, and all associated resort amenities, as well as large-scale multi-family residential and urban mixed-use projects. The dedicated staff in the firm’s San Francisco, Miami and Hong Kong offices successfully merges five decades of experience with the energy, drive and dedication of a second generation of partners. For more information about SB Architects, visit www.sb-architects.com.