Community Fund Grants

Parasol Tahoe Community Foundation's 2015 Community Fund Grant Recipients

Take a look at this year’s Community Fund grant recipients. Stay tuned to hear all about the good work these organizations are doing in our Tahoe community.

Incline Elementary School Science & Outdoor Education Program promotes critical thinking and environmental stewardship in all IES students through a hands-on, inquiry based curriculum with a special emphasis on the science and long term health of the Tahoe Basin. Awarded $20,000

Tahoe Turning Point has been serving the children and families of California and Nevada since 1980 through residential group homes, independent living programs, outpatient services, and parenting skills programs. Awarded $10,000

The Terry Lee Wells Nevada Discovery Museum is a hands-on museum dedicated to inspiring lifelong learning in science, technology, engineering, art, math, and the world around us. Awarded $10,000

SOS Outreach is a youth development non-profit that fosters self-confidence, leadership skills, and positive decision making in underserved youth, through engagement in adventure sports. Awarded $5,000

Tahoe Family Solutions provides key resources and enhances skills for families in the Tahoe Basin. Education, mental health and youth development are TFS’s primary focus areas. Awarded $5,000

Tahoe Prosperity Center will measure, track and publicize progress on a variety of community and economic indicators in order to determine the health of the Lake Tahoe Basin's economy and inform the work that is essential for the growth and long-term sustainability of our Region. Awarded $5,000

For any questions regarding our Community Fund Grant Cycles, please contact:

Megan Weiss
Director of Programs & Services
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