The Tustin Street Fair & Chili Cook-Off Committee and the Tustin Community Foundation are pleased to announce the recipients of the 2017 donations. The more funds raised by the event, the larger the donations so please mark your calendars and plan to attend!
About Tustin Area Council for Fine Arts...
TACFA’s signature program, Broadway in the Park is perfectly aligned with the Council’s mission to develop, showcase and support the arts within the greater Tustin area. This donation will be used to help defray the cost to put on this first class musical production with a professional cast and allow the ticket price to remain low and family friendly. A portion of the donation will help fund the "Creating Community Art" program offered in TUSD Schools.
The purpose of the Tustin Community Foundation is to promote and advance philanthropy
in the greater Tustin area. By partnering with its donors, the foundation supports
nonprofit organizations and public institutions that effectively address community
~ Tustin Community Foundation is a 501c(3) Organization ~
Tax ID #33-0558228
The Tustin Community Foundation is supported 100% by donations from individuals
and corporations. The Foundation is not funded by the City of Tustin and does
not receive or manage CDBG funds or taxpayer dollars.
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What is a Community Foundation?
The League of California Community Foundations offers this simple definition: A
community foundation is a publicly supported philanthropic institution governed
by a board of private citizens chosen to be representative of the public interest
and for their knowledge of the community. It administers individual funds contributed
or bequeathed to it by individuals, other agencies, governments, corporations and
Who does a Community Foundation Serve?
Community foundations uniquely serve three publics: donors, the nonprofit sector
and the community as a whole. Individual community foundations may focus to some
extent on one of these publics over the other two (leading to considerable diversity
in the field) but by structure and by regulation the community foundation must always
serve all three. League of California Community Foundations
Guiding Principles of TCF
Strategic leveraging of public and private resources
Financial transparency and accountability of outcome measurements
Creation of a strategic approach to meeting critical community needs
Sustainability of goals through multi-year funding and the leveraging of in-kind
Creation of relationships that encourage partnerships between nonprofit organizations
and local businesses and corporations
Promotion of volunteerism to increase the capacity of nonprofit partners
Equity in the geographic distribution of resources
Prioritization of funding to organizations that strategically focuses on positive
change and improvement
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Tustin Community Foundation P.O. Box 362, Tustin, CA 92781 (714) 393-8506