Tustin Community Foundation, Tustin, CA

Tustin Community Foundation (714) 393-8506

P.O. Box 362, Tustin, CA 92781

The Holidays can be Murder
2017 Murder Mystery Dinner Fundraiser
 
Celebrate Christmastime in August with a complete holiday dinner, lots of laughs and an evening of fun solving this holiday caper! NEW THIS YEAR... PRIZES for the winning sleuths! Brand new format! Holiday treats and all the trimmings!
 
Saturday, August 5, 2017 from 5:30 - 9:00 pm
Individual Tickets $80 |  Couples Tickets $150
Sponsor Opportunities Available 
 
Chefs, Cooks, Bakers & Grillmasters!
2017 Chefs Gourmet at the d'Vine Wine Affair
 
Join us at the 7th annual d'Vine Wine Affair where you'll enjoy fine wines, craft beer, flavored waters and fabulous tastes from our Chefs Gourmet! Underwritten by local individuals and businesses, this year's event looks to be the best one yet!
 
Sunday, September 10, 2017
2:00 - 5:00 pm at the Marconi Automotive Museum
Tickets go on sale August 1st
 


2016
 
 

  

Assistance League Tustin will use this grant to support their Children’s Crisis Residential Program and the CYP Youth Shelter. Funds will be used to provide each student with basic toiletries, support holiday based events and other year-round activities. The Youth Shelter offers a short-term crisis intervention residential program with the goal on family reunification. Children at risk of homelessness, institutionalization, incarceration, or hospitalization are given emergency shelter, meals 24-hour supervision, individual, group and family counseling, academic tutoring, prevention education, and life skills development activities as well as aftercare services. 

The funds granted to the will be utilized to provide membership scholarships for the entire 2016-2017 school year to 100 youth from Tustin’s neediest families. All families receiving this assistance will be required to have their youth participate in the Academic Success Program which includes computerized learning software and homework tutoring in addition to all the free enrichment programs that the Club offers.

Boys & Girls Club of Tustin

Proceeds from this grant to will be used to provide STEM kits, on-site STEM Launching Pad workshops and a 1-year Child Creativity Lab Education Materials Membership for all 3rd Grade Students at Guin Foss, Benson and Loma Vista Elementary Schools. The Child Creativity Lab's mission is to provide children with stimulating, hands-on tools and a thought-provoking environment to explore and discover creativity as an essential element in critical thinking, problem solving, and innovation leading to a passion for science, technology, engineering or the humanities.

Child Creativity Lab, Inc.

Food insecurity is a growing issue in Tustin. has given out almost a million meals to local Tustin area residents. This grant will cover necessary truck and trailer repairs and purchase additional non-perishable food and personal hygiene items that are needed but not regularly donated and. It is the Foundation’s hope that Fresh Start will be able to meet the needs of everyone who needs their assistance.

Fresh Start Charity

Over 2,500 low-income students in the Tustin city parameters qualify for the free or reduced lunch program. Funds awarded to will provide healthy nutrition bags with non-perishable meals to designated families living in Tustin. The bags will be distributed at 6 locations twice each month during the school year and every week during the summer. The meals are designed to meet the challenges of motel cooking and most can even be prepared in a car. A child who is hungry cannot effectively learn as inadequate nutrition has been linked to delayed brain development and an impaired ability to learn.

Grandma’s House of Hope’s Nana's Kidz Program

Tustin Dollars for Scholars runs a popular food booth at the City of Tustin’s summer Concerts in the Park to raise funds to provide renewable 4-year college scholarships to Tustin students. TDFS will use their grant to purchase a 20x10 foot canvas pop-up printed with their name, logo and mission statement to shade their workers and increase knowledge of their organization.

This Foundation grant to the will provide staffing, participant t-shirts and 26-mile Completion Medals for their 9-week Run with a Cop Program. Last year’s program at Heideman Elementary School was so successful that the TPOA hopes to expand their officers across more schools and touch the lives of more children in the community. Participants not only run but are given a series of challenges to reinforce healthy eating, physical activity, proper sleep habits and “being a good citizen.”

Tustin Police Officers Association Cares Program (TPOACares)

The academic success of children in later years depends heavily upon their kindergarten readiness. This year the will use TCF grant funds to purchase reading material to help the children they serve prepare for kindergarten. The TFYC successfully serves parents, children and senior citizens in southwest Tustin.

Tustin Family and Youth Center

A Box of Hope was started by a Tustin mother after the loss of her two children to provide comfort and assistance to a family during an unimaginably difficult time and provide officers with a tangible way to offer support and show a genuine concern to grieving families. This heartfelt grant to the Tustin Police Foundation will fund 50 Boxes of Hope and it is the hope of the Tustin Community Foundation that they will never be used.

is a collection of thoughtfully selected items for police officers to present to families immediately after suffering the loss of a child. Box of Hope
 
 
 
  
2015 
 
 
 

Assistance League Tustin will use this grant to support their Project Today program, a unique collaborative relationship between the Assistance League of Tustin, the Tustin Unified School District and California Youth Services. Participation in this intervention program is part of a comprehensive educational strategy to steer students away from alcohol, tobacco, and other drug use.   It has been determined that participation in Project Today has successfully reduced occurrences of school suspensions.

There is a compelling need to expand anti-drug education, prevention, and intervention with youth throughout Tustin. Unfortunately, there have already been too many deaths on our streets because of alcohol and drug abuse.  With the support of this Tustin Community Foundation grant, the California Youth Service will purchase an Alco-Sensor FST® Breathalyzer for use in their Juvenile Alcohol & Drug Education (JADE) program. Over 300 of our local at-risk youth and their parents attend the JADE program each year.

This year the Tustin Family and Youth Center's Holiday Basket Program will serve 250 low income families. This grant will cover the cost of hygiene kits that go into these much needed baskets.  The kits will include shampoo, bath soap, deodorant, toothpaste and tooth brushes for every member of the family.  The baskets also include a meal, gifts for the children and a small gift for the parents.

Proceeds from this grant to Dance to your Heart's Delight will be used to offset the expenses accrued for their community donated performances.  We know the arts are important and that there are many local children and adults who are unable to attend a performing arts production of any kind. Through this community outreach, 726 people will be able to see a real ballet and listen to beautiful classical music at no cost.  Tickets will be distributed through local nonprofit organizations, including the Boys & Girls Club of Tustin, the Tustin Area Senior Center and the Child Abuse Prevention Center.

Last year Fresh Start Charity gave out over half a million meals to local Tustin area residents. This grant will help them purchase additional non-perishable food and personal hygiene items that are needed but not regularly donated and cover necessary truck and trailer repairs.  It is our hope that Fresh Start will be able to meet the needs of everyone who needs their assistance.

Last year, the Tustin Community Foundation awarded the First Tee of Orange County a grant to purchase golf equipment for their DRIVE outreach program in Tustin elementary schools.  This year a grant will pay for the continuation of the program that positively impacts the lives of more than 600 Tustin elementary students through a curriculum that teaches life lessons and leadership skills through the game of golf.  Funds will be used to provide training to the THINK Together personnel at Beswick, Estock, Heideman, Lambert, Thorman and Veeh elementary schools

A child who is hungry cannot effectively learn as inadequate nutrition has been linked to delayed brain development and an impaired ability to learn. As a result, hunger and lack of nutrition result in reduced academic achievement; test scores are lower, absenteeism is higher and there are more grade repeats.  Nearly 2,500 low-income students in the Tustin city parameters qualify for the free or reduced lunch program. OneOC and their AmeriCorps volunteers will use this grant to provide healthy snacks for the neediest students in Tustin’s schools to make sure no local child goes to sleep hungry.

Within the Tustin Unified School District (TUSD), 1,350 students participate in the AVID (Advancement Via Individual Determination) program each year across all six middle schools and three high schools. The Tustin Public Schools Foundation requested funding for the tutorial component of this successful program that helps prepare students in the mid-range of academic achievement (between 2.0 and 3.5 Grade Point Average) for admission to four-year universities and colleges.   

 

 
 
2014
 
 
 
 
The Assistance League of Tustin received a grant to provide new clothing and school supplies to 100 homeless or very low income TUSD middle and high school students through their Operation School Bell program. 

The Beckman High School Autism Program received funds to help cover the costs of community outings for students who are struggling with moderate to severe Autism Spectrum Disorder, considered English Language Learners and whose families are currently at poverty level. These experiences will ultimately give these students equal access to participate with the rest of the class in obtaining these valuable life skills. 

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Orange County was awarded funds to support the High School Bigs Mentoring program matching qualified Tustin High School students with elementary and middle school youth.  This program provides an opportunity for the younger student to have an older friend as a positive peer and role model and helps the mentor gain experience to become a future community volunteer and leader.

The Boys & Girls Club of Tustin received a grant to provide membership and transportation scholarships to youth from Heideman Elementary School.  These students live in an area that is not within walking distance of the Club and the majority of their families do not own cars, making it nearly impossible for them to participate in the programs that they need the most.

City of Tustin Parks & Recreation accepted a grant to support programs for over 1100 Tustin area youth attending the Little Folks, Camp Tustin and Teen Tustin 2015 summer camps. 

First Tee of Orange County was awarded a grant to support their Golf Fore Life Skills program where modified, introductory golf equipment, including clubs, targets and balls, will be purchased and used to teach up to 30 participants per class at 6 after-school programs in the Tustin Unified School District.

A grant to Giving Children Hope will add another Tustin Unified school to the We've Got Your Back program where backpacks full of nutritious food are distributed to homeless children and their families every Friday to ensure they have food during them the weekend.
 
High Hopes Neurological Recovery Group, Inc. was given a grant to help brain-injured adults living in Tustin attend High Hopes who otherwise would not be able to receive services. 

Laura’s House received funds to support their Emergency Shelter and Support Services Program to helps meet the needs of individuals and families in our community impacted by domestic violence.

Miracles for Kids is received funding to provide financial support for low-income families in Tustin who, as a result of their child's treatment for a life-threatening illness, are struggling to maintain stability and meet basic financial obligations such as rent/mortgage, transportation, utilities and medical insurance payments.

The Orange County Child Abuse Prevention Center will received a grant to support the Well Program to directly connect needy Tustin area families to necessary mental health support and community resources. 

A grant to support the Children’s Mental Health Clinic in Tustin, which provides in-home and on-site mental health services to an annual average of 250 children, siblings, and caregivers, was awarded to The Seneca Family of Agencies.

The Tustin Area Senior Center Fund received funds to help cover the cost of 2 free Senior Dental Clinics to be held at the Hurtt Family Health Clinic at the Orange County Rescue Mission.

The Tustin Dollars for Scholars was awarded a grant to replace a BBQ grill used at their major high school college scholarship fundraising booth at the Tustin Concerts in the Park.

The Tustin Police Foundation received a grant to help defray the cost of the Team Kids staff salaries, materials, and t-shirts for each of the 4th and 5th grade participants at Heideman, W.R. Nelson, Veeh and Thorman Elementary Schools.  The staff handles all the paperwork and administrative details, so the Tustin Police Officers can devote their time solely to the children.  The event features a school-wide Kick-Off assembly with police and fire fighters, community leaders, and parents, weekly challenges and an end-of-challenge school-wide carnival.  Every 4th and 5th grade volunteers receive specially printed t-shirts identifying them as Team Kids Leaders.

 
 
 
 
 
 
2013
 
American Legion Tustin Post 227 received funds to continue companionship visits to veterans in need, sponsor high school representatives to Girls & Boys State this summer and conduct a dignified disposal of unserviceable flags on Flag Day.

The Assistance League of Tustin was awarded a grant to help provide collared school uniform shirts to all Currie Middle School students through their Operation School Bell program.

The Boys & Girls Club of Tustin received funds to help create an endowment fund to provide membership and transportation scholarships to youth located in the southwest portion of Tustin.

The Tustin Community Foundation awarded a grant to the Clinic in the Park to expand their outreach by providing transportation and healthy snacks for families from all Tustin Unified School District Title I schools to the Clinic where children and their families will be connected to safety net health screenings and medical and dental resources.

The Foothill High School Instrumental Music Guild received funds that will be used to pay for the reconditioning of old band uniforms and the purchase of new uniforms as needed.

Grandma’s House of Hope was awarded funds for their Nana’s Kids program to help provide food and wrap-around programs to support disadvantaged school age children at the Tustin Family and Youth Center. 

A grant to provide 1013 meals for homeless individuals and their families living in the community of greater Tustin was awarded to the Orange County Rescue Mission.

The Salvation Army received a grant to purchase musical instruments that are age appropriate for the two to five year olds attending Creators Corner Pre-School.

A grant to supply special lotions, body care products and face creams to homebound seniors and those without families living in local assisted living facilities in greater Tustin was awarded to the Tustin Area Senior Center Fund in support of their Adopt-a-Grandparent program and the SmileMakers program at the Council on Aging. 

The Tustin Family & Youth Center received funds to help purchase backpacks, school supplies and copies of the popular book The Giving Tree for their Kids Corner Preschool graduates with a goal of giving them the best possible start in school next fall. 

A grant to purchase costumes that will be saved and used over many years was awarded to the Tustin High School Dance Team Booster Club.

The Tustin High School Instrumental Music Organization received funds to repair existing school owned instruments and purchase much needed new instruments.

The Tustin High School Girls Soccer Booster Club received a grant to purchase reusable uniforms and warm-ups for both the Varsity and Junior Varsity soccer teams.

New team softball uniforms will be purchased with a grant awarded to the Tustin High School Girls Softball Booster Club.
 
 
 
 
 
2012
 
The Tustin Community Foundation awarded a grant to the Clinic in the Park to expand their outreach into Tustin by providing transportation from low income areas in our community to the clinic where children and their families will be connected to medical and dental resources.

The Community Action Partnership of Orange County received funds to expand the community garden, offer summer Zumba classes and provide resources on the importance of health and exercise to families at Thorman Elementary School.

Grandma’s House of Hope was awarded funds for their Nana’s Kids program to help provide wrap-around programs to disadvantaged school age children at the Tustin Family and Youth Center. 

Hillview High School was awarded a grant to pay for bus transportation for students to tour local colleges and university campuses and also to take seniors to volunteer with the Special Olympics.

Funds were granted to the Illumination Foundation to support their efforts to provide long-term sustainable housing solutions and comprehensive services to homeless and motel families with children in Tustin. 

Laura’s House received financial assistance for their emergency shelter and support services program for victims of domestic abuse.

The Foundation awarded a grant to the Loma Vista Parent Teacher Organization to purchase a piano keyboard for their music program.

Mary’s Shelter received a grant to purchase new baby cribs that will comply with the new federal safety standards. 

Mothers against Drunk Driving (MADD) received funds to pay for the cost of towing their Crashed Car exhibit to various public areas in Tustin to provide a vital visual illustration of the dangers of impaired driving.

A grant was awarded to Sunday Supper to help purchase a new stove hood and the required fire suppression system that will allow them to continue to feed the hungry in our community every Sunday evening at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church.

The Harvest Club, a program of the OC Food Access Coalition, received a grant to equip teams in our community to harvest surplus fresh fruits and vegetables from backyards in the greater Tustin area and divert this often wasted food into approximately 53,320 servings of fresh food to feed our neighbors in need.

The Tustin Area Senior Center received financial support to help subsidize the senior meal program offered at the Center in partnership with Community SeniorServ.

Veterans First was awarded a grant to help with outreach to Tustin area veterans and their families and to help fund their Safe Haven emergency shelter.
 
 
 
 
 
 
2011
 
 
The Boys & Girls Club of Tustin received funds that will be matched to purchase 2 slightly used 15 passenger vans to assist with outreach to some of the neediest youth in our community.  It is our hope that these vans can be shared with other organizations since the cost of transportation continues to skyrocket for nonprofit organizations. 

The Legacy Foundation awards scholarships to local special education students and received a grant to cover the cost of a community meeting with school officials, past scholarship awardees and their families, Legacy Foundation donors and Board Members to determine how their program and be expanded and enhanced.

Mary's Shelter received financial support for their effective Prenatal Care Services Program to empower and equip vulnerable teen mothers and their babies for lives of hope, dignity and self-sufficiency.

Olive Crest received a grant to purchase small appliances, such as microwave ovens, for the foster and probation youth homes in their Transitional Housing Placement Program located in Tustin Legacy. 

The Tustin Community Foundation provided a grant to provide 1000 meals at the Orange County Rescue Mission’s Village of Hope.  

Special Olympics Orange County received funds to help cover the increase cost of transportation to competitions for their Tustin area Special Olympians.

The Tustin Community Foundation awarded a grant to the Tustin High School Baseball Booster Club to kick-off their Scoreboard Fund.  For the past eight seasons they have been the only team in our district and their league without a scoreboard.

Sunday Suppers received a grant to purchase food for their free Sunday evening meals for people in our community who are hungry. 1/3 are elderly men and women, 1/3 are families with children and 1/3 are homeless. 

Tustin Family Youth Center received funds to purchase 1250 toothbrushes for their Holiday Baskets given to needy residents in the Tustin community.

Women Helping Women received a grant to support their Professional Apparel component of their Employment Success Program to provide Tustin residents with 2 complete business outfits and help them re-enter the workforce.

The Foundation awarded a grant to the Young Mens Christian Organization of Orange County, known as the YMCA, to purchase work stations for students to use to do homework in their after school tutoring facility at Estock Elementary School in Tustin.
 
 
 
 
 
2010
 
 
Divine Choices received funding to facilitate free "Stewards of Children" awareness/prevention workshops (the Crime Prevention Program of the Year) for up to 100 Tustin police officers.

Human Options received funding to provide case management, counseling and needed supportive services to domestic violence victims living in low cost, long term transitional housing in Tustin in order to help these families achieve self-sufficiency and lead violence free lives.

The Pioneer Middle School Library received funding to purchase research materials that support 7th grade Visual and Performing Arts curriculum and 6th and 7th grade Social Studies standards.

The Tustin Area Council for Fine Arts (TACFA) received funding to add additional low-income schools to their “Art Masters” program to help students learn to recognize artistic elements, become better observers, expand their vocabulary and gain a lasting appreciation of art.

The Tustin High School Baseball Booster Club received funding to purchase much needed new netting in the batting cages that are used by the Tustin High School Baseball teams and Tustin area youth attending winter and summer baseball camps.

The Tustin High School Soccer Booster Club received funding to purchase much needed new soccer goals for the Tustin High School Boys and Girls Soccer programs.

The Tustin Youth Baseball Association (Tustin PONY Baseball) received funding to help subsidize their "Everybody Plays Program" - Although Tustin Pony offers youth baseball programs to the entire City of Tustin, a majority of players come from the area surrounding Thorman Elementary and Currie Middle Schools and are severely financially disadvantaged.  Tustin Pony does not want to turn any players away because of cost.

The Tustin Unified School District received funding to replace both home and visitor field benches at Northrup Field on the Tustin High School campus.  Benches are used by Tustin, Beckman and Foothill High Schools during football season and by Tustin High School during cross county, lacrosse, soccer and track seasons.

 
 
 
 
2009
 
 
The Assistance League of Tustin received funding for their Operation School Bell program to provide school uniforms and basic school supplies to financially disadvantaged students within the Tustin Unified School District. 

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Orange County received a grant to help fund the direct program costs associated with recruiting new mentors, making new matches, and supporting existing matches that provide adult role models to at-risk youth who reside within the greater Tustin area.

California Carvers Guild #2 received funding to cover increased facility rental charges enabling them to continue to offer free woodcarving instruction to anyone in the community and to donate carved canes to disabled veterans.

California Youth Services received funding for the Juvenile Alcohol & Drug Education (JADE) program that helps families affected by substance abuse and delinquent behavior problems.

The Elijah's Gift Food Distribution Program received funds to help eliminate hunger in the greater Tustin area by providing food for the disabled, elderly and families in need.

The Helen Estock Elementary School PTA received funds to provide partial scholarships to low-income 5th grade students enabling them to attend Outdoor Science Camp.  

The Grandparents Autism Network received funds for their Special Needs Acceptance Book Project to distribute books and teacher's guides that introduce children to the challenges faced by those with special needs to all TUSD elementary schools.   The book covers a range of disabilities including autism, Down syndrome, cerebral palsy, cystic fibrosis, asthma, blindness, deafness, emotional and behavioral challenges and learning disabilities like dyslexia and ADHD. 

The Greater Orange County Youth Services received funding for their Life Skills Development Program to support employment, budgeting, and credit awareness education to disadvantaged youth in the greater Tustin area.

The LEAP Learning Center received funds to tutor academically at-risk 2nd-5th grade students who attend Tustin Unified schools in North Tustin.

Mercy House Transitional Living Center received funding to assist with the cost of ongoing case management to the women at their Regina House to help eradicate their plight of homelessness and assist them in the following areas: Financial Literacy, Wellness Program and Learning Matters.

The Miss Tustin Scholarship Program received funding to provide scholarship money to young women from the ages of 17-24 from the greater Tustin area.

Myford Elementary School received funding to purchase a World Book Encyclopedia and Dictionary Set for their school library.

The North Tustin National Charity League received funds to increase their support of their programs with the Blind Children's Learning Center and the Boys and Girls Club of Tustin.
 
The PADRE Foundation (Pediatric-Adolescent Diabetes Research and Education Foundation) received funding to help educate children with diabetes and their families who reside in the greater Tustin area on how to live with diabetes.  PADRE offers monthly educational and support classes including a Caregiver's class; which helps grandparents, relatives, and babysitters gain knowledge about diabetes safety.

The Raise Foundation, Orange County’s designated Child Abuse Prevention Council, received funding to support their Caring for Kids community program to help meet the basic needs of disadvantaged families living in the greater Tustin area.

The SOCAL Aquatics Association received funding to purchase a much needed pace clock to help with training, benefiting all 217 SOCAL members who range in age from 5 to 83.  

Special Olympics Orange County received funding support for Special Olympic program sites at Currie Middle School, the Tustin Boys & Girls Club and Community Team sites within Tustin. Participation is open to anyone age eight and older, and programs are designed to serve all ability levels, all at no cost to participants.

St.  Cecilia School (a designated Red Cross Center) received funding to purchase a Tri-Mode Solar Power Pack and a Solar Survivor Watermaker to provide a renewable source of energy for power lighting and communications equipment and to convert non-drinking water into potable water for the community in the case of an emergency.

Theatrical Productions, Inc. received funding to provide free theatre tickets to local charitable youth organizations including Boys and Girls Club, and the OC Youth Center.

The Tustin Area Council for Fine Arts (TACFA) received funding to expand their Art Masters program for underserved elementary schools in the Tustin Unified School District.

The Tustin Area Senior Center received funds to purchase a Wii console and games for their senior fitness program.

Tustin Eastern Little League (TELL) received funds to purchase new pitching machines and machine pitch baseballs which will benefit the approximately 750 players who participate year round.

The Tustin Family and Youth Center received funds to purchase a Wii console and games for their youth fitness program.

The Tustin High Soccer Club received funds to purchase new uniforms for the THS Soccer Team.

The Tustin Police Department received funds to repair and upgrade their Santa Sleigh that visits all Tustin neighborhoods during the holiday season.

Tustin Pride received funding for their programs including: Angels in Tustin, Student Poster and Essay Contest, Graffiti Removal, Shopping Cart Collection, etc.

The Tustin Public Schools Foundation (TPSF) received funding for their Save Our Sports (SOS) program to help fund after school sports programs for middle school students in the TUSD. 
 
 
 
 
 
 2008
 
 
American Legion Tustin Post 227 received funding to send a young man from each high school in the Tustin Unified School District to California Boy’s State, “The week that shapes the future.”

The Assistance League of Tustin received funding to provide school uniforms and basic school supplies to financially disadvantaged students within the Tustin Unified School District. 

Assessment & Treatment Services (ATSC) received funding to provide family counseling sessions to help divert children and youth from risky or unhealthy behavior.

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Orange County received funding to provide adult role models for at-risk youth who reside within the greater Tustin area.

The Blind Children’s Learning Center received funding to support bilingual and bicultural early intervention services in their Infant Family Focus program.

Boy Scout Troop 33, Tustin received funding to help cover the material costs for Eagle projects done in Tustin that would benefit the community.

The Council on Aging received funding to conduct community outreach to meet the needs of underserved and disadvantaged older adults in the greater Tustin area through their Caring Connection Friendly Visitor Program.

Families Forward received funding to help provide transitional housing and support services to homeless families in the greater Tustin area.

Human Options received funding to provide counseling and case management services for families living in Tustin who are victims of domestic violence

Laurel House, Orange County Area Emergency Teenage Housing received funding for their T.E.E.N. Program - Teenagers Empowered, Equipped and Nurtured to Succeed, to provide counseling to at-risk teens and their families.

Mercy House Transitional Living Center received funding to assist with the cost of ongoing case management to the women at their Regina House to help eradicate their plight of homelessness and assist them in the following areas: Financial Literacy, Wellness Program and Learning Matters.

The Miss Tustin Scholarship Program received funding to provide scholarship money to young women from the ages of 17-24 from the greater Tustin area.

Special Olympics Orange County received funding support for Special Olympic program sites at Currie Middle School, the Tustin Boys & Girls Club and Community Team sites within Tustin.

The Salvation Army Pioneer School of Music received funding to award scholarships to youth in the greater Tustin area who are unable to afford music lessons.

Tustin Aquatics received funding to repair or replace existing water polo goals used by youth and high school students in the greater Tustin area.

The Tustin Area Council for Fine Arts (TACFA) received funding to expand their Art Masters program to an underserved Tustin public school.

The Tustin High School Grad Night Committee received funding to help defray the costs of bus transportation to Grad Night 2008.

The Tustin Public Schools Foundation (TPSF) received funding for their Tutors for Tustin program to help middle and high school students in the academic middle succeed in taking rigorous classes and to prepare for college admission.
 
 
 
 
 
 
     
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