Most of the money came in the form of an $8,400 gift from the San Francisco-based Bay Area Council, which sponsored the governor's trade mission to China and paid the governor's way on the weeklong trip.
Other gifts included private flights to attend a State Sheriffs Assn. meeting in Lake Tahoe and a flight from Palm Springs to Bakersfield paid for by the California Assn. of Hospitals. He also accepted more than $1,600 in meals from Facebook, the San Francisco Symphony and a handful of other groups, according to the report.
The forms also show that the governor and his wife, Anne, own more than $1 million in stock of the fast-food company
Mrs. Brown, who is Brown's unpaid senior counselor, will file her own disclosure forms by the end of the month, according to a spokesman for the governor.