Board of Trustees, Friends of Gumbo Limbo

Friends of Gumbo Limbo is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to supporting the research, education, conservation, and preservation efforts of Gumbo Limbo Nature Center. Friends and its staff provide resources through Memberships, the Gift Shop, donations, sponsorships, foundation gifts, and annual fundraising events. Friends committees work closely with the staff and management of the Center to bring you many popular events, exhibits, and programs.

Annual elections are held each Fall to fill open seats. Interested candidates should contact our Board President in the late Summer, early Fall.

Our most recent Annual Report - Click here for our 2016 Annual Report
Click here for our 2015 Annual Report
Click here for our 2014 Annual Report
Click here for our 2013 Annual Report

Our most recent quarterly financial - 2nd Quarter 2017 Financial Compilation

1st Quarter 2017 Financial Compilation
4th Quarter 2016 Financial Compilation
2nd Quarter 2016 Financial Compilation
1st Quarter 2016 Financial Compilation
2015 Year End Compilation, Report and Notes

Friends of Gumbo Limbo 2013 Strategic Plan



Michele Kurucz-Peel
Contact the president  

1st Vice President
Larry Weissman 

2nd Vice President
Laura McCurdy 

Ross Appel  

Bronwen de Villiers

Honorary Board Members
Gordon J. Gilbert

Board Members
Karin Marques
Robyn Morigerato
Susan Walker
Ken Imhoff
Geoffrey Silva
Andrew Winninger
James D. Miller
Constance Thoms-Mazur


Gumbo Limbo Nature Center, Inc. d/b/a/ Friends of Gumbo Limbo is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit, tax-exempt organization. A copy of the official registration CH18061 and financial information may be obtained from the Florida Division of Consumer Services by calling Toll-Free 1-800-435-7352 from within Florida. Our Federal Tax ID number is 59-2015726.  Registration does not imply endorsement, approval or recommendation.

If you use Amazon, make sure you use the link below to passively donate a portion of your purchase to Friends of Gumbo Limbo, so we can continue supporting important educational, research, and conservation initiatives.