COVID-19 Community Response Framework

This crisis is putting increased pressure on a small nonprofit sector that is designed to serve economic, social and health gaps of a much smaller portion of our community. Now, they must shift logistics and operations to scale to the unmet needs of the entire community. To facilitate conversations and identify needs, we have developed the following framework.

March 24, 2020 in News & Research by

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Tahoe Truckee Emergency Response Fund

Looking for ways to help our community during the COVID-19 crisis? The Tahoe Truckee Emergency Response Fund will be used to help local nonprofits responding to the crisis. Gifts of every size- large and small- make a huge difference.

March 17, 2020 in News & Research by

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Webinar Series for Business and Nonprofits Amidst COVID-19

Attention small business owners and nonprofit leaders! Sierra Business Council’s Small Business Development Center and TTCF are hosting a four-part webinar series to help you navigate COVID-19. Join us to learn about resources, assistance, and best practices.

March 17, 2020 in News & Research by

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You helped raise over $380,000 through the 2019 Give Back Tahoe Giving Season!

The results are in!!! 50 hardworking nonprofits shared their missions and goals with our community- and you responded! This place matters- and so does your contribution. When we give together, we can measure the power of community.

January 21, 2020 in Give Back Tahoe, News & Research, Nonprofits by

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North Tahoe-Truckee Receives Significant Grant for Behavioral Health Services

TTCF is honored to partner with the Katz Amsterdam Foundation on developing a strategic plan for our regional mental health services. The most recent grant of $160,500 will make a significant difference for our local residents.

December 21, 2019 in Donors Stories & Info, News & Research by

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Forest Futures: Convening experts in Policy, Forestry, and Investment

Our forests are dangerously overcrowded. At TTCF, we are thinking about how we can turn this problem into an opportunity. By partnering with local experts, we’re beginning develop a four step plan to a regional biomass economy that can be implemented here and in other rural forested communities.

October 30, 2019 in Impact Initiatives, News & Research by

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Registration open for 2019 Board Training Series

Are you ready to expand into a leadership role that makes a real difference in your community? Nonprofit boards are one of the most fulfilling volunteer and leadership positions in our region, and TTCF is hosting our annual Nonprofit Board Training Series!

August 29, 2019 in News & Research by

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Why Four Local Nonprofits are Consolidating

Crisis rarely happens in only one aspect of a person or family’s life. How do we, as a community, step up to ensure that all our residents receive access to the help they need?

May 30, 2019 in News & Research, Nonprofits by

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Innovative Social Venture Tackling Housing Shortage Launched at Third Annual Mountain Ventures Summit

Entrepreneurs from mountain communities across the country are gathering over the next three days at Mountain Ventures Summit (MVS). Participants share ideas and envision a future for their regions on topics including sustainable recreation, housing, innovation, and investment. One of today’s presentations holds promise for the future of housing for the full-time families and workforce in mountain towns with the launch of Landing, a web-based housing matching program.

February 27, 2019 in Impact Initiatives, News & Research by

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How to Help Victims of the Camp Fire

TTCF strongly encourages people interested in donating to Camp Fire evacuees to donate to North Valley Community Foundation. You can also consider opening your home to displaced community members on airbnb open homes. Find out how.

November 13, 2018 in Giving, News & Research by

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