The Winter Brothers Charitable Foundation is a private foundation that was established in 2001. The mission of the Foundation is to fund parkland benefaction and conservation projects in the state of Missouri, with special attention to the Greater St. Louis area. In this endeavor, the Foundation has focused in recent years on providing benches to the St. Louis County Department of Parks and Recreation, The Valley Park Department of Parks, The World Bird Sanctuary, and The City of Fenton Heroes Memorial.
The Winter Brothers Charitable Foundation was established in 2001 within the meaning of Section 509(a) of the Internal Revenue Code, having tax-exempt status pursuant to section 501(c)(3)of the Code. Donors may deduct contributions to it as provided in Section 170 of the Code.
Dawn Chorus - The Adventures of a Birdwatcher
Pete Winter, founder of Winter Brothers Material Company, has recently released his new book Dawn Chorus - The Adventures of a Birdwatcher. The copyright of the book in owned by Winter Brothers Charitable Foundation, and all net proceeds from the sale of the book are directed to charitable purposes through the Foundation.
Pete Winter is one of the top birdwatchers in the world. He has recorded more than 7,800 of the world’s 9,800 total bird species, and seen more of the world than most people can imagine.
To purchase a copy of Dawn Chorus – The Adventures of a Birdwatcher, please go to this website: