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Tahoe50: High Impact Philanthropy


Tahoe50 is a unique giving club that offers a very small group of benefactors who crave distinctive and exceptional ski experiences the opportunity to make a high philanthropic impact in the community of Tahoe-Truckee.  TTCF and seven mountains (Squaw-Alpine, Sugar Bowl-Royal Gorge XC, and Vail Resorts: Northstar, Heavenly, and Kirkwood) have come together to offer an exclusive winter experience on one transferable pass with unique member benefits and on-mountain amenities.

Tahoe50 Pass Want AdThe Tahoe50 Club offers donors an opportunity to develop longstanding relationships and contribute through the Community Foundation to countless organizations, initiatives, and scholarships to make North Tahoe-Truckee a better place to live and visit.

Joining Tahoe50, your donation goes even further!  We are excited to share that your Tahoe50 dollars will be applied to a match that is helping us do more in the region!  We have a donor who challenged us to find high impact donors and grow new dollars in our community.  Your Tahoe50 contribution is helping us do just that!  Now, that is High Impact Philanthropy!

Learn more about Tahoe50 or contact TTCF at 530.587.1776 x107.


Speak Your Peace


Speak Your Peace is not a campaign to end disagreements.  Rather it is a campaign to improve communication by reminding ourselves of the basic principles of respect.  In 2009-10,  TTCF conducted a large community campaign to encourage people to use the nine tools of civility when engaged in public debate.  At that time, nearly every public body plus over 1,000 citizens signed up to practice civility using these tools.

Now each year during the week of of the birthday of Martin Luther King, we keep the spirit of Speak Your Peace alive to remind ourselves as a community of our desire to keep civility and respect in public dialog.

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These tools are:

  • Pay attention
  • Listen
  • Be inclusive
  • No gossiping
  • Show respect
  • Be agreeable
  • Apologize
  • Give constructive criticism
  • Take responsibility