Millennials- Are They the Next ‘Great Generation’?

As Generation Y ages into adulthood, the whole world is beginning to take them seriously. Who are the millennials? What are their priorities? More importantly, how can your nonprofit begin to engage them as volunteers, employees and donors?

October 29, 2015 in Give Back Tahoe, Non Profit by

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Where Your Heart Lives: Community Outreach Recap

TTCF set up a booth at community events all summer to get to know our residents and visitors a little better. Our icebreaker? What area of our community is closest to your heart? Find out what you all had to say, and more about the $1,000 grant raffle.

September 23, 2015 in Give Back Tahoe, Non Profit by

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$128,000 Awarded to Local Environmental Projects

The 2015 Nature Fund Grant Cycle received seventeen grant proposals from forward-thinking environmental efforts serving the North Tahoe and Truckee region. It is extremely exciting to share what is happening in our community, and the projects that benefit the health of our local environment.

September 14, 2015 in Non Profit by

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$50,000 Grant Cycle Opens September 7, 2015

The Queen of Hearts Women’s Fund is excited to commence its annual grant cycle. This year, $50,000 will be awarded to regional nonprofit organizations and projects across four areas of impact. What makes this grant cycle unique is that it is dispersed as four $10,000 grants with an additional four finalists receiving $2,500. Registration is open September 7- September 24, 2015.

September 2, 2015 in Non Profit, Queen of Hearts Fund by

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$100,000 Available for Open Competitive Grant Cycle

The 2015 Open Competitive Grant Cycle is accepting applications September 1 through September 30, 2015. Nonprofits serving North Tahoe and Truckee across all areas of impact are encouraged to apply.

August 26, 2015 in Non Profit by

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Turn drought into opportunity.

The current Nature Grant Cycle received proposals that are innovative, collaborative, and forward-thinking. Taking advantage of drought conditions to create important habitat changes, researching imperative environmental health indicators, stewarding open spaces, and creating greater resident and visitor awareness, all of our grant proposals are worthy. It is not too late to create a cleaner, healthier, and more vibrant North Tahoe. Find out how you can help.

August 5, 2015 in Non Profit by

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