Gifts for Good: Find links to all the featured nonprofits here
In honor of our local charities and nonprofits, the Truckee Tahoe Community Foundation and the Sierra Sun are teaming up to profile one per week through the holidays. The demand for charitable giving has never been higher.Make a tax-deductable donation to the Truckee Tahoe Community Foundations Gifts for Good in any amount. Your girf will be pooled with those of hundreds of your neighbores and then granted to charities throughout Truckee and North Tahoe. To give, go to http://www.ttcf.net, or mail a check payable to TTCF to P.O. Box 366, Truckee 96160.
Squaw Valley Institute was formed in March 2002 with encouragement and support from residents, businesses, and North Lake Tahoe Resort Association. Read more:https://www.sierrasun.com/article/20081205/NEWS/812059995andamp;parentprofile=search
Arts For the Schools is a community-based arts organization that enhances our childrens education and fosters a lifelong appreciation of the creative arts. Read more:https://www.sierrasun.com/article/20081121/NEWS/811219990/1001/OPINIONandamp;parentprofile=andamp;title=Gifts%20for%20Good:%20Arts%20for%20the%20Schools
Project MANA (Making Adequate Nutrition Accessible) is the hunger relief organization serving the North and West Shores of Lake Tahoe and Truckee, which includes the coverage of three counties in Northern California and one county in Northern Nevada.Read more: https://www.sierrasun.com/article/20081212/NEWS/812129997/1066andamp;ParentProfile=1051andamp;title=Gifts%20for%20Good%3A%20Project%20MANA
Truckee Trails Foundation is a local trail advocacy group dedicated to providing Truckee area with a network of trails and bike paths for fun, adventure, and alternative transportation. Read more: https://www.sierrasun.com/article/20081219/NEWS/812199986/1066andamp;ParentProfile=1051andamp;title=Gifts%20for%20Good%3A%20Truckee%20Trails%20Foundation
The Tahoe Maritime Museum preserves and showcases the history of Lake Tahoe with an emphasis on the people and maritime artifacts that have contributed to making Tahoe such a special place. Read more: https://www.sierrasun.com/article/20090102/NEWS/901029995/1066andamp;ParentProfile=1051andamp;title=Gifts%20for%20Good%3A%20Tahoe%20Maritime%20Museum
Locals are taking time to encourage other readers to give back to local charities. Read their thoughts below:My Turn: Nonprofits need your helpBy Alison SchwednerDirector of the Community Collaborative of Tahoe Truckeehttps://www.sierrasun.com/article/20081203/OPINION/812039989andamp;parentprofile=searchMy Turn: Help those you canRoger KahnTahoe Cityhttps://www.sierrasun.com/article/20081126/OPINION/811259964andamp;parentprofile=search
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