The purpose of the Donald W. Reynolds Community Non-Profit Center (DWR Center) is to provide an economical and collaborative environment for non-profit organizations. The Parasol Tahoe Community Foundation provides operational grant support through DWR Center Resident Grants, DWR Center Storage Space Grants and DWR Center Room Use Grants. These grants are awarded to non-profit, public charities and are annually renewable.
Organizations applying for a DWR Center Resident Grant must meet the following criteria:
Be recognized by the IRS as a tax exempt, 501(c)3 organization
Be incorporated in, and in good standing with, the state of Nevada (or if incorporated in another state registered as a foreign entity, and in good standing, with the state of Nevada)
Provide quality services and programs to the Incline Village, Crystal Bay, and Kings Beach community
Actively participate in collaborative programs and services
Have at least one paid staff member that will utilize the DWR Center Resident Office Space
Demonstrate good governance practices and organizational sustainability
Demonstrated capacity to meet the DWR Center Resident Grant Match requirement
If your organization meets the above applicant criteria and is interested in applying for a DWR Center Resident Grant, view the DWR Center Resident Grant Information Packet below to find details on beginning this process.
DWR Center Resident Non-Profits
Classical Tahoe, formerly the Lake Tahoe SummerFest, is a world-class celebration of the arts that enriches the cultural, educational, and economic vitality of Lake Tahoe. We provide exceptional classical music performances by musicians from the best orchestras in the world, and innovative and inspiring educational programs to local, national, and international audiences.
Enriching our community by providing the highest quality theatrical and cultural productions for residents of the greater Lake Tahoe area and visitors from all over the world. Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival also provides meaningful educational experiences for youth by offering theatrical outreach programs throughout our region.
On July 1, 2019, four long-standing service organizations — the Family Resource Center of Truckee, North Tahoe Family Resource Center, Tahoe SAFE Alliance, and Project MANA — united to form the Sierra Community House. Sierra Community House is committed to connecting and empowering our community through family strengthening, crisis intervention, hunger relief, and legal services.
Enhancing the extraordinary natural environment of the Lake Tahoe Basin by building broad support and funding for public projects and programs that restore and sustain the Lake for the enjoyment of current and future generations.