Brewer Science Milestone Anniversary Supports World Bird Sanctuary

Brewer Science Milestone Anniversary Supports World Bird Sanctuary

Brewer Science Milestone Anniversary Supports World Bird Sanctuary

ROLLA, MO – July 20, 2021 – Brewer Science, a global leader in the microelectronics and smart devices industries, announces a meaningful contribution supporting the World Bird Sanctuary.

The love of wild birds comes as no surprise to those familiar with Brewer Science, and the Brewer family – as every conference room at the Rolla, MO headquarters is named after a wild bird, the Brewer Science logo features a red-tailed hawk, and even the company’s trademarked tagline, Where Innovation Takes FlightTM exemplifies its love for birds.

With the company’s celebration of 40 Years of Innovation, Brewer Science wanted to make a meaningful donation to the World Bird Sanctuary.

Brewer Science has a great appreciation for the World Bird Sanctuary and a long-standing relationship with them, including past donations of sponsoring hawks and even Paula Brewer releasing a rehabilitated Red Tail Hawk back into the wild in 2014.

Being a private, non-profit organization, the World Bird Sanctuary does not receive any county, state or federal funding, and relies solely on fundraising to keep operations going. Historically, the park has never charged admission. In 2020, the park had to initiate an $8 entrance donation to keep operations going. However, without an entrance building, volunteers greeting entrants to the park were standing out in the weather with just a tent and a table.

Brewer Science donated the funds to build a kiosk entrance into the World Bird Sanctuary, which not only provides aesthetic appeal into the entrance of the park, but keeps the volunteers safe and comfortable when greeting visitors into the sanctuary.

“We are excited to help our community partners at the World Bird Sanctuary with their mission. Their organization is close to our hearts, and we admire what they do. It’s a great way to celebrate Brewer Science’s 40th Anniversary marking our entrance into the semiconductor industry, by providing the World Bird Sanctuary with an entrance into their park,” states Dr. Terry Brewer, Founder and CEO of Brewer Science.

Brewer Science is deeply committed to making its local communities a better place to live and work. It is continually involved in supporting multiple youth, charitable, social service, academic, arts and athletic organizations. Brewer Science is dedicated to giving not only monetary gifts but also gifts of time and resources. Learn more about Brewer Science community giving.


About Brewer Science:
Brewer Science is a global leader in developing and manufacturing next-generation materials and processes that foster the technology needed for tomorrow. Since 1981, we’ve expanded our technology portfolio within advanced lithography, advanced packaging, smart devices, and printed electronics to enable cutting-edge microdevices and unique monitoring systems for industrial, environmental, and air applications. Our relationship-focused approach provides outcomes that facilitate and deliver critical information. Our headquarters are in Rolla, Missouri, with customer support throughout the world. We invite you to learn more about Brewer Science at


About World Bird Sanctuary:
The World Bird Sanctuary is a private non-profit receiving no county, state, or federal funding. The sanctuary began in 1977 by the late Walter Crawford, a Vietnam veteran. The mission of the World Bird Sanctuary is to preserve the earth’s biological diversity and secure the future of bird species and their natural environments through the three pillars of education, conservation, and rehabilitation. We envision a world in which World Bird Sanctuary contributes significantly to protecting and preserving the avian species of the world while inspiring others to do the same. Learn more about World Bird Sanctuary, and donate by visiting their website:




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