The Alfred Zampa Memorial Bridge is the only bridge in the U.S. named for a blue collar worker, a construction worker, an Iron Worker. It represents the men and women of all building and construction trades who work on and build these projects which become monuments for generations to see and visit.
Without the “Alfred Zampa Memorial Bridge” a 501c3, non-profit corporation, this bridge will be just another nameless span. The State will not replace the signs, nor will they inform the public of the significance of its name. Think about it – do you know who the Oakland – San Francisco Bay Bridge or the Benicia – Martinez Bridge is named for? This group was formed so that in 10, 25 or 50 years from now, people will still know this bridge’s name and recognize the contributions of construction workers to our society.
Please consider helping to perpetuate the name of “The Alfred Zampa Memorial Bridge” with a memorial gift made in memory of a friend or loved one.
If you will provide us with the information requested below, we will send the surviving friend or family member a card informing them that a donation has been made in memory of the deceased. Additionally, we will send you an acknowledgement and receipt for your tax-deductible contribution. Your request will be handled promptly and professionally.
Thank you for your generosity
To make a donation, download the form as:
Then, print it out and send it in with a contribution included.