Queens to honor members May 2
April 22, 2013
TAHOE/TRUCKEE, Calif. — Tahoe Truckee Community Foundation (TTCF) recently announced their annual Queen of Hearts Women’s Fund dinner. The dinner will honor members of the Women’s Fund as they celebrate the power and impact of women who give in the North Tahoe/Truckee community. TTCF expects more than 200 guests to attend the evening event on May 2 at the Resort at Squaw Creek. Tickets can be purchased online, cost is $65 for members and $75 for prospective members.
The Queen of Hearts Women’s Fund was founded in 2006 as an initiative of TTCF. The fund strives to empower women to take part in philanthropic efforts in the North Tahoe area. During the past seven years, the fund has gifted a total $280,000 to various nonprofits in the community, including Project MANA and Tahoe SAFE Alliance.
“I believe the Queen of Hearts Women’s Fund is making a significant impact on the lives of so many people in the North Tahoe region, and I look forward to the upcoming dinner. Together we will be able to both celebrate our past successes and re-energize our group’s commitment to doing together what we would not be able to accomplish alone,” said Nancy Gisko, leadership team chair.
Speaking at the event will be Stacy Caldwell, CEO of TTCF and Martha Simon, chief development officer at Tahoe Forest Health System. Rebecca Powers, who in 2003 founded a women’s collective-giving organization called Impact Austin, will also speak. Impact Austin has raised more than $4 million on behalf of those in need in central Texas.
Corporate sponsors for the annual event include: Alison Elder, Elder Group Tahoe Real Estate, Chase International, Resort at Squaw Creek, and Tahoe Truckee Community Foundation. Event business sponsors include: Teresa Duggan, Duggan & Duggan, Pam Hobday, Kristi Thompson, MWA, Inc., Small Pond, and Squaw Valley – Alpine Meadows.
Host sponsors for the Women’s Fund Event are: Patti Boxeth, Linda Danto, Marilyn Disbrow, Cindy Gustafson, Nancy Gisko, Lauren Schaake Hudson, Barbara Ilfeld, Vicki Kahn, Lisa Krueger, Phyllis McConn, Stefanie Olivieri, Marianne Porter, Carol Sabarese, Jill Schott, Martha Simon, Gail Stephens, Cathy Stewart, and Stacy Taylor.
The Queen of Hearts Women’s Fund is an initiative of the Tahoe Truckee Community Foundation, dedicated to building philanthropy while strengthening community. The Queen of Hearts Women’s Fund strengthens and inspires women to engage in significant philanthropy, resulting in an improved quality of life in the North Tahoe Region. More information on Tahoe Truckee Community Foundation and The Queen of Hearts Women’s Fund can be found online at http://www.ttcf.net.
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