On the Verge Leadership Training Completes with Final Project: [dis]connect

The On the Verge Leadership training program supports our nonprofit professionals in fields that experience particularly high levels of turnover and burn out. In order to ensure that our region’s families receive the greatest level of support, this program supports the development and growth of the nonprofits and individuals who work for them.

September 28, 2018 in Community Collaborative, Non Profit by

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A Creative, Collaborative Vision for Delivering Mental Health Services

In one of the world’s most beautiful places, our heavenly seclusion is also the cause of difficult challenges. Accessing mental health care is one of these challenges as we lack the services and funding available in more densely populated areas. So when CA residents passed the Mental Health Services Act, Placer County and TTCF began collaborating on how our creative and nimble local nonprofits can provide for our residents together.

August 31, 2018 in Non Profit by

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Building Nonprofit Capacity and Uplifting Our Sector

This month, we’re celebrating the completion of TTCF’s fourth Nonprofit Board Training Series, a successful Fundraising Workshop, and our nonprofit professionals who are dedicated to personal and professional growth.

June 28, 2018 in Non Profit by

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TTCF Sponsors Conversation on Climate Change and Forest Health

On June 25th, TTCF sponsored a convening held by The Governor’s Office of Planning and Research and the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco titled: Funding Climate Adaptation Implementation. Regional and State leaders attended to speak to funding solutions for our forests, watersheds, and communities.

June 28, 2018 in Non Profit by

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$566,510 Awarded to 109 Local High School Graduates!

109 local graduates have received scholarships thanks to the generosity of donors and funders in North Tahoe-Truckee, CA. Together, we more than DOUBLED the dollars we awarded!

May 30, 2018 in Non Profit by

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Community Changemaker: Scott Ryan

If you ask around about the beginning of Tahoe Truckee Community Foundation, there are those who say that Scott Ryan was the very first community donor that TTCF ever received a check from. Scott let us interview him to share his story as part of our 20 Year Anniversary celebrating Community Changemakers.

April 25, 2018 in Non Profit by

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New Podcast: The story of Kings Beach and its Community Changemakers

Tahoe Truckee Community Foundation CEO, Stacy Caldwell, sat down for a truly fantastic conversation with three people at the center of the revitalization of Kings Beach. In this podcast we hear how one tiny Lake Tahoe community pulled together to find an authentic identity based on shared values.

March 21, 2018 in Non Profit by

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Celebrating 20 Years Serving North Tahoe – Truckee

It all started with a phone call. Just over twenty years ago, an attorney for William Hewlett, co-founder of Hewlett Packard, reached out to local attorney, Jim Porter, with a visionary idea. This year, Tahoe Truckee Community Foundation celebrates our 20 Year Anniversary.

January 30, 2018 in Non Profit by

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Give Back Tahoe Giving Season raises over half a million dollars for local nonprofits!

The Give Back Tahoe Giving Season helped infuse $501,820 into the North Tahoe – Truckee community. Give Back Tahoe measures the impact that is possible when our community members give locally to the nonprofits that make this region such an amazing place to live and play. In four years, we’ve raised over $1.36 million thanks to you!

January 24, 2018 in Give Back Tahoe, Non Profit by

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TTUSD School Year Launches with Strong Mental Health Supports

The Tahoe Truckee Youth Health Initiative address challenges facing rural youth by offering innovative, research-based programs through the school system. This school year, with the helped of like-minded funders, the Initiative launched more programs than ever before.

September 28, 2017 in Community Collaborative, Non Profit by

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