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Homewood Mountain Resort Joins the Tahoe50 Giving Club

Tahoe Truckee Community Foundation
Published on January 13, 2022


Homewood Mountain Resort has joined the Tahoe Truckee Community Foundation’s Tahoe50 Giving Club, making it the 11th resort that members have access to.

Tahoe50 is a unique ski pass for 50 donors that grants them unrestricted access to local partner resorts. The resorts donate these passes with proceeds directly supporting the Tahoe Truckee region through initiatives such as forest health, family strengthening and workforce housing. Since 2014, the Tahoe50 Giving Club has raised over $1 million for the community. 

We are thrilled to welcome Homewood as a Tahoe50 resort partner. We are always looking for ways to expand our community reach and Homewood is a resort our passholders have been asking for!

-Kate Frankfurt, Chief Philanthropy Officer of TTCF

Tahoe50 is for those who are passionate about the local ski experience and want to simultaneously engage in the power of collective giving. Passes are sold in pairs for $10,000 and are fully transferable. If you are interested in joining Tahoe50 and supporting the local Tahoe community, contact Kate Frankfurt, Chief Philanthropy Officer, at 

About Homewood Mountain Resort
Located on the West Shore of Lake Tahoe, Homewood Mountain Resort has offered families a boutique winter experience and exceptional guest service since 1962. Spectacular views of Lake Tahoe from every trail, snowcat accessed terrain, and some of the best tree skiing in the area make Homewood a gem of California skiing. The resort’s summer operations have made it a true year-round destination with recreational opportunities that span from Ellis Peak to the shore of Lake Tahoe. Guests will enjoy mountain-top special events, year-round dining at the casually elegant lakefront West Shore Cafe—featuring a California-inspired seasonal menu and a Wine Spectator award-winning wine list—along with boat storage, service, fuel and repair at the Homewood High & Dry Marina, which serves as a hub of summer recreational opportunities on Lake Tahoe. Learn more at