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Edmonds Center for the Arts LogoEdmonds Center for the Arts (ECA) is one of the premier performing arts centers in the Puget Sound region. The 700 seat, Art Deco theatre was beautifully restored and re-opened in 2006. ECA presents an array of outstanding performing artists from around the world, provides space, production management, and technical expertise for a variety of community partners and rental clients, and serves nearly 75,000 patrons annually. The Center also connects students, educators and artists through a wide variety of Education and Outreach programs. ECA celebrates the performing arts!

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Since 1975, The Stewpot has been an urban pioneer, responding to the emerging needs of at-risk individuals and people experiencing homelessness while collaborating with others to create appropriate, life-saving responses. Its mission is to offer a safe haven for homeless and at-risk individuals of Dallas, providing resources for basic survival needs as well as opportunities to start a new life.

From its origins as a soup kitchen, The Stewpot has over the years developed programs to support medical and dental needs, counseling and case management, and therapeutic and vocational activities. Through its unique identification documentation project, it helps individuals overcome barriers that those without ID’s face. More than a resource center, it offers year-round educational and recreational programs for low-income children, English as a second language, and family stabilization programs. The Stewpot recognizes that effective change involves whole-person programs and seeks to provide strategic direction, as well as resources, for a caring community. In 2013, The Stewpot helped birth Encore Park, a new nonprofit that includes a community garden and amphitheater at 508 Park, across from The Stewpot. Additional expansion is planned to house partner agencies and programs.

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Tahoe Truckee Community Foundation connects people and opportunities, generating resources to build a more caring, creative, and effective community.

With a long-term goal of securing discretionary resources from many donors to meet changing community needs, TTCF  has been building philanthropy in North Tahoe through its work with donors, nonprofits and communities for more than a decade. Established through the vision of William Hewlett and the commitment of community leaders throughout the region, the Foundation serves thousands of people who share a common passion for the Truckee Tahoe region.

Individuals, families, businesses, and organizations create charitable funds that help meet the challenges of the region.  Today, the Foundation’s assets of $25 million are held in stewardship for more than 3,000 donors.

Tahoe Truckee Community Foundation grants impact the life of every full time resident, part time resident, and visitor to our community.  We make grants in the areas of:

•    Arts and culture
•    Education and youth development
•    Environment, conservation, and animal welfare
•    Health and human services

Since opening our doors in 1998,  TTCF has awarded over $20 million in grants and scholarships.  The foundation depends on volunteers to help review grants and community members to build the philanthropic resources so vital to this precious region.

Tahoe Truckee Community Foundation is the center for philanthropy in North Lake Tahoe.  We will continue that leadership even more vigorously in the future.  Come join us!


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