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Our Mission

Enhancing the quality of life in the communities we serve

Our Purpose

The Community Foundation engages in three core roles:

•  Raising funds – promoting and generating community capital •  Stewarding funds – prudently investing and managing the funds entrusted to us • Distributing funds – creating positive community impact through effective and efficient grantmaking. The Foundation focuses its grantmaking in four primary areas: Health and Human Services, Youth and Families, Arts and Culture, Educational Scholarships, and Civic and Public Benefit.

Our Values

•  Stewardship – including accountability, consistency and fiduciary responsibility •  Integrity – including professionalism, trust, honest communication • Visionary – focusing on the future, providing leadership, catalyzing change and demonstrating an entrepreneurial spirit and creativity • Shareholder focus – including concern for community, good citizenship, excellent customer service, personalized attention, proactive outreach, caring and compassion • Excellence – in everything we do • Working together as a team In addition, The Community Foundation recognizes that it is uniquely positioned to provide leadership and act as a catalyst for change in our region.

Confirmed in Compliance with National Standards for U.S. Community Foundations


MESSAGE FROM THE 2012 BOARD CHAIR AND THE PRESIDENT AND CEO

2012 was a wonderfully rewarding year of service for The Community Foundation, as this annual report reveals. It was also a time of transition. Daniel Foster, who served admirably as our President and CEO, beginning in 2008, astutely led the Foundation through mid-September of 2012 before leaving to assume a new executive position in the arts. Upon his resignation, long-term employee Celia Cudiamat steadfastly guided The Community Foundation as Interim President/ CEO. Both of these leaders—along with our donors, Board, staff, community partners and professional advisors—advanced our mission to “enhance the quality of life in the communities we serve.” For we all believe that philanthropy matters. Concepts such as altruism, civic-mindedness, diversity, and responsibility are part of our ethos. At The Community Foundation we carry out these principles through what is commonly referred to in the field of philanthropy as the “Five G’s”: Get, Give, Grow, Gather and Guide. This is the essence of what we do at The Community Foundation. We receive charitable contributions from people from all walks of life. We invest these donations so the funds grow. We provide grants to nonprofit businesses to help them improve the quality of life in our region. We gather others to work together in order to have a collective impact. And we guide these efforts to increase philanthropy in our community.

Mr. Grover C. Trask and Dr. Jonathan Lorenzo Yorba nationally and internationally. Of that amount, the Foundation provided $1.7 million to higher education in the form of scholarships, grants to universities, and for other educational purposes. And we ended the year with $63 million in assets— the highest amount of any community foundation in the vast region we serve in Inland Southern California: The Counties of Riverside and San Bernardino. As you read this annual report on The Community Foundation’s work in 2012 in such areas as scholarships, grants, funds, initiatives, special projects and awards, we hope you will consider joining our community leadership effort to continue making this region even stronger and more vibrant through philanthropy. And while this publication is a look back, at the conclusion of this report James J. Cuevas, our incoming 2013 Board Chair, provides a glimpse of our exciting work in the future. Thank you.

In 2012, we had a banner year. The Community Foundation opened 23 new charitable funds through the generosity of donors who benevolently provided $8.3 million to assist the Foundation carry out our work together. This brought the total funds we manage to 312. Our investments saw a 16.2% return at the end of the year. This allowed the Foundation to provide $7.1 million to nonprofit businesses locally, Mr. Grover C. Trask 2012 Board Chair

Dr. Jonathan Lorenzo Yorba President and CEO

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Reginald K. Edmond II Memorial Walk for Education

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SCHOLARSHIP FUND SPOTLIGHT

Reggie Edmond was a diligent student and talented athlete at Arlington High School in Riverside. He spent many Saturdays visiting and participating in workshops at colleges and universities. Sadly, this promising young man never realized his dream of attending college and playing university-level football. He died in an automobile accident in April 2008 at the age of 16. The Reginald K. Edmond II Scholarship Fund was established as a tribute to Reggie’s spirit and aspirations. Committed to helping lead young people in a path to achievement, Reginald “Keith” Edmond and Consuela Edmond, Reggie’s parents, wanted to ensure that college scholarships will be available annually for outstanding students. Each year they mobilize co-workers, friends, family, and community members to implement the Reginald K. Edmond II Memorial Walk for Education, a community-led fundraising effort dedicated not only to keeping Reggie’s memory and spirit alive but also to celebrating exemplary service, leadership qualities, and academic achievement in young people.

Reginald K. Edmond II

Reginald K. Edmond II Scholarship Fund A fund established at TCF

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“I wanted to do well for all the people who believed in me and supported me—to show them that they made a good choice.”

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STUDENT SCHOLAR SPOTLIGHT

“One thing that I thought would be really cool was if some of the past recipients wanted to help out some of the current recipients with questions about college and what to expect. Feel free to ask me anytime,” said Aidan McCarthy to a group of five students receiving the Reginald K. Edmond II Scholarship—the same scholarship that Aidan had received four years earlier. Aidan was a junior at Arlington High School and on the track team with Reggie Edmond when the tragic accident that took Reggie’s life occurred (see the full story on page 4). A year later, he was one of the first students to receive a scholarship from Reggie’s family. On an early morning in April, four years later, he stood on the stage at the 5th annual Reginald K. Edmond II Memorial Walk for Education. Aidan thanked the audience, donors, and Edmond family for the scholarship that helped him. “I wanted to personally come and say thanks. It was an honor four years ago to receive this scholarship and it’s been an honor to come back today to personally say ‘Thank you.’” Aidan is a recent graduate from UC Berkeley. He graduated with a BA in Political Science and Political Economy in four years—which is difficult to do these days, especially while holding down two part-time jobs. This is a testament to the quality of students selected for these scholarships.

“I wanted to do well for all the people who believed in me and supported me—to show them that they made a good choice,” stated Aidan. “I will always be thankful.”

Aidan McCarthy First Student Recipient of the Reginald K. Edmond II Scholarship Fund Aidan is currently working at MCGRANE LLP, a law firm in San Francisco, and plans to attend law school in two years. “Everything is going according to plan—just the way I described it four years ago in my scholarship essay,” Aidan said. As he ended his remarks at the memorial walk, Aidan addressed the students again. “The last time I was up this early was when I stayed up all night studying. You’ll see what I mean when you get to college!”

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“At last year’s walk I saw the kids we were helping.”

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DONOR SPOTLIGHT

“At last year’s walk I saw the kids we were helping,” said Shirley Jackson, owner of Security Tax Services in Riverside and a regular donor to the Reginald K. Edmond II Scholarship Fund. “I could see that the scholarship fund was working well over the years and I knew that if I donated more this year, we could help even more kids.”

This year Shirley contributed $10,000 to the fund. “These kids really want to go to college,” she said. “That’s why I’m so glad that we were able to do this. It’s a good feeling...just to help the kids.”

Shirley is no stranger to helping kids. Her office is full of plaques with photos of sports teams she has sponsored over the last 30 years. She believes that if you support kids who are doing good things, then good things will come from them. So when the Edmond Family approached her about donating to the Scholarship Fund five years ago, she was on board.

Donor to the Reginald K. Edmond II Scholarship Fund

“I knew Reggie since he was a little kid. He used to come in with Ms. Edmond and sit in her lap, every tax season. Year after year I watched him grow up,” Shirley explained. “He just started getting taller and taller and then the accident happened. It was just tragic.” When the family decided to open a scholarship fund to honor Reggie’s memory, Shirley was one of the first to donate funds. “I gave $500 that year.” That first year, Shirley’s granddaughter participated in awarding the scholarships at the memorial walk on behalf of Security Tax Services. Shirley does not like the spotlight on herself and is much more comfortable watching from the sidelines. “I was really impressed with the students,” remembered Shirley.

Shirley Jackson Shirley hopes that other businesses take notice and donate to a scholarship fund of their choice. “It doesn’t take a lot to motivate a student. Once they get that first scholarship, other people come and help and can lead them to resources to pay for the other years.” Receiving a scholarship shows a student that it was worth it for them to do well in high school, believes Shirley. “It’s good for them to know that other people are rewarding their hard work.”

“I said to myself, ‘We’re going to have to do better next year and give more scholarships,’” Shirley explained. “That is how it got started. Every year, we’re going to do a little bit better. We’re going to do better so the kids can do better!” And indeed, that is what Shirley has done.

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“The only way we’re going to stop the killing of animals is to prevent their birth.”

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GRANTEE SPOTLIGHT

“The only way we’re going to stop the killing of animals is to prevent their birth. A lot of people cannot afford to spay and neuter their pets. We are hoping that with our new lowcost clinic, and grants to help offset the costs, we can help resolve this community problem.” When Kathy McIntire talks about animals, she does it with enthusiasm and passion. Kathy is the Administrative Supervisor at Animal Friends of the Valleys, an animal shelter in Wildomar that provides animal services to Lake Elsinore, Wildomar, Canyon Lake, Menifee, Murrieta, and Temecula. But when Kathy talks about the pet owners she helps at Animal Friends of the Valleys, she does it with compassion and a bit of sadness. “We have a very long list of people who need financial assistance to care for their dog or cat. The need is so great here in this community.” Many low-income families, homeless people and senior citizens depend on their pets for love and companionship, but often the expense to care for their pets far outweighs their financial means. “That’s why we’re so thankful for the grants from The Community Foundation,” said Kathy. Through grants from two separate funds at The Community Foundation (TCF), Animal Friends of the Valleys is able to provide financial assistance to low-income pet owners to help defray the cost of treatment for their animals. The Albert and Anna Herdina Memorial Fund for Animals was established at TCF in 2002 to pay for veterinary services incurred by needy senior citizens. To date, 62 grants totaling $900,606 have been awarded to various animal nonprofits in the two-county region. Additionally, the Mildred E. Smernoff Animal Care Fund, which was established at TCF in 2006 for the care and treatment of animals for needy and low-income individuals in Southwest Riverside County, has awarded two grants exceeding $20,000 to Animal Friends of the Valleys. One of Kathy McIntire’s roles at Animal Friends of the Valleys is to administer the grant funds from TCF through their Community Assistance Programs. The hardest part of that job, she says, is determining how to use the funds.

“There are more requests for support than there is money.” How does she decide who gets the funds from the grants? “Even though the grant guidelines allow us to allocate up to $1,200 per animal, we’ve decided to reduce the support to around $400 so we can help more people,” explains Kathy.

Kathy McIntire

Animal Friends of the Valleys “Emergency needs come first, euthanasia next. Immediate needs of the animals, such as a broken leg or diabetes treatments, are also priorities. Vaccines and dental issues are also popular requests. And over 25% of the funds go to spay and neuter services. “We have an entire binder full of people we have helped.” Animal Friends of the Valleys does what it can to continue helping after the grant funds have been spent. “Being a nonprofit, we don’t have unlimited funds to help everyone. But we do have the resources, and the heart, to get in a truck and go get a dog that needs medical care and take it to a vet for the owner, ” said Willa Bagwell, executive director of Animal Friends of the Valleys. “We had a lady who took a bus here to deliver her paperwork for financial assistance. After she was approved, it was difficult for her to get here with her cat on the bus. So we had an employee, part of our kennel staff, pick up the woman and her cat, take them to the appointment with the veterinarian and then take them back home.” The staff has also delivered cat food and cat litter to those who do not have transportation.

ANIMAL FRIENDS OF THE VALLEYS MISSION Dedicated to promoting humane care of animals through education and a humane, pro-active animal services program. They are committed to preventing the suffering of animals and to ending pet overpopulation. ADDRESS 33751 Mission Trail Wildomar, CA 92595 PHONE 951.471.8344 WEBSITE www.animalfriendsofthevalleys.com FACEBOOK Animal Friends of the Valleys

“The people are so grateful for the financial assistance for their pet care,” explains Kathy. “They are so appreciative. They send thank you cards and offer to volunteer for us. “It’s just so rewarding to be able to help so many people. We really thank The Community Foundation for the opportunity.” 10


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“We don’t believe people should be on a waiting list for food.”

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AGENCY FUND SPOTLIGHT

“We don’t believe people should be on a waiting list for food,” says Ginny Foat, executive director of the Mizell Senior Center in Palm Springs. She elaborates by saying, “We fundraise for the other meals that aren’t covered by our Meals on Wheels county contracts. Sometimes our meals are the only food a senior citizen may get that day.” Ginny told us on a recent visit to the Mizell Senior Center that their program is the largest provider of Meals on Wheels in the Coachella Valley, delivering over 70,000 meals to frail and homebound seniors every year. For many of these clients, the Meals on Wheels driver is their only outside contact, and a connection to the world and services the seniors would otherwise be unable to access. While some providers use volunteer drivers, Mizell Senior Center employs professional staff to deliver the meals. “Our staff is trained not only to deliver food but also to help us deliver on our mission to help the seniors of our community,” stated Ginny. Each employee is CPR certified and trained to ascertain the health and mood of their clients. “Our drivers see our seniors every day so they know if they are depressed or if their speech is slurred—a sign of a stroke or other medical condition.” If a client doesn’t answer the door, the drivers ask a neighbor, the landlord or the police to help them determine why. They have saved lives with this relentless dedication to the senior community. There are other programs at the Mizell Senior Center intended to keep the senior community active. They have over 50,000 visits each year from individuals taking part in their activities and programs. The Mizell Senior Center offers classes on a myriad of topics such as computer and social media skills, games, interest groups, music and the arts. They also have counseling services and financial advice available.

To keep their clients healthy, they offer exercise classes, fall prevention series, support groups and other health services. And they offer a robust lunch every day in their dining auditorium.

Ginny Foat

Executive Director of the Mizell Senior Center and Agency Fundholder In fact, the Mizell Senior Center has been serving the greater Palm Springs area for nearly 40 years, and is the community focal point on healthy and active aging. Active seniors come together at the Mizell Senior Center for service and activity which enhances dignity, supports independence, and encourages involvement in and with the community. Naturally, all this comes at a cost. Funding for these programs comes from government contracts, grants from foundations, individual and corporate gifts, and other methods such as income from the Mizell Senior Center endowment fund at The Community Foundation. “In 2006, a large gift was left to the Center to establish an endowment which provides income for our operational expenses,” explains Ginny. “Each year, we receive a distribution from the fund.”

THE MIZELL SENIOR CENTER MISSION To enhance the lives and welfare of adults who live in or visit our community. ADDRESS 480 South Sunrise Way, Palm Springs, CA 92262 PHONE 760.323.5689 WEBSITE www.mizell.org

Agency Endowments at The Community Foundation are established by individual nonprofit organizations—such as the Mizell Senior Center—to provide an income stream for the agency in perpetuity. Currently, TCF manages 76 agency funds for the nonprofits in our two-county region.

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E N V I R O N M E N TA L I N I T I AT I V E

The San Timoteo Canyon, nestled in the Badlands of western Riverside County. Photo credit: Riverside Land Conservancy.

As part of our Environmental Initiative, The Community Foundation conducted a series of environmental listening sessions throughout Riverside and San Bernardino Counties.

Environmental Fundraising Academy

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Based on the findings, participants determined that environmental nonprofits lacked adequate knowledge and skills in fundraising, particularly in these four areas:

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1. Effective planning for comprehensive and diversified fundraising 2. Grant proposal development 3. The role and responsibility of Board of Directors in fundraising 4. Donor cultivation The Environmental Fundraising Academy was the response to those findings.

In Spring 2102, the first Environmental Fundraising Academy was launched in partnership with High Desert Resource Network (now named Academy for Grassroots Organizations) and with a grant from Bank of America. Over 25 local nonprofit businesses associated with environmental causes participated in the training which consisted of six topics over a three-day period. The attendees—including nonprofit staff, board members and volunteers—learned about current giving trends, logic model planning, grant proposal research and development, board roles, and donor cultivation. All sessions were taught by fundraising experts from the region and The Community Foundation. “Our role in the region is to help strengthen nonprofits so that people have the services and support they need to be healthy, safe and prosperous,” said Vici Nagel, President/CEO of the Academy for Grassroots Organizations. “The Environmental Fundraising Academy helped these nonprofit businesses to more effectively meet their mission and purpose.”


A R T S & C U LT U R E I N I T I AT I V E

Arts Connection is the new arts council for the county of San Bernardino and surrounding areas. The council serves artists, art organizations, patrons of the arts, residents and visitors, businesses, government officials, and community leaders. Beginning in 2010 and up through 2012, a group of over 70 cultural and civic leaders from throughout the County of San Bernardino—with the leadership of Supervisor Josie Gonzales in partnership with The Community Foundation—began to convene regularly to address the needs of artists and arts organizations and discuss the means to support arts and culture in San Bernardino County.

New Arts Council Established in San Bernardino

In 2012, Arts Connection’s first Executive Director, Andy Woods, was hired. Andy, an artist who was working in Joshua Tree and leading a small regional arts council in the Morongo Basin, began his work with Arts Connection as a volunteer. “I see that all of my journeys have led me to this position I’m in now,” marvels Woods. After two years of planning, Arts Connection launched in January 2013 with a reception at the County of San Bernardino Administrative Office. Since then, Arts Connection has been busy sharing knowledge and resources, encouraging and advocating for the arts, and offering funding solutions for advancing projects, arts organizations and artists.

ARTS CONNECTION MISSION We are dedicated to stimulating creative and economic vitality and enriching lives throughout the communities we serve by providing support, promotion, education, and advocacy for the arts. ADDRESS 5500 University Parkway VA307 San Bernardino, CA 92407 PHONE 909.543.9868 WEBSITE www.artsconnectionnetwork.org FACEBOOK Arts Connection Network

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Y O U T H P H I L A N T H R O P Y I N I T I AT I V E

The Youth Philanthropy Initiative was created by The Community Foundation to empower youth to address issues important to them by participating in grantmaking, one of the matters of philanthropy. Through this program, young people become active agents of change, preparing them for responsive community leadership through experiential education and practical hands-on service.

Photo credit: Hackworth Photography

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Many Thanks to our Student Co-Chairs of the 2012-2013 Youth Grantmakers – Ali Dominguez and Matthew Allen.

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Back row, standing, from left: Apoorva Panse, Miriam Cohn, Briana King, Ha Tran, Joshua Godwin, Albert Cadag, Matthew Allen, Lance Moll, Ross Teixeira. Middle row, standing, from left: Karen Lampert (TCF staff), Mauricio Hernandez, Jessica Chaoui, Amy Xu, Angela Patini, Veronica Sanchez, Andrew Cadag, Nicole Zermeno, Ikeoluwa Adeyemi-Idowy, Eduardo Bran, Christine Flores, Gia Jennings, Fernando Banales-Mejia, Catherine Camino, Samantha Romero, Celia Cudiamat (TCF staff). Front row, seated, from left: Alexandria Dominguez, Mia Nadeau, Briana Palencia, Jessica Goehring, Gauri Palta, Jennely Diego, Tracy Doan, Frances Bojorquez, Kristine de Los Santos. Not pictured: Christine Flores, Blake Moreno, Samantha Romero.

2012-2013 NONPROFIT GRANTEES Birth Choice of the Desert CASA for Riverside County, Inc. – Court Appointed Special Advocates Centro Medico Coachella – Borrego Community Health Foundation Cops 4 Kids & Communities, Inc. Latino Voter Registration – Algarabia Literacy Project Music Changing Lives Riverside Recovery Resources SAFE Alternative for Everyone Smooth Transitions, Inc.

$2,470 $2,000 $2,030 $2,500 $2,000 $2,250 $2,500 $2,250 $2,000

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YOUTH GRANTMAKERS

By: Apoorva Panse, Youth Grantmaker Youth Grantmakers Committee (YGC) is a group of high school students from Riverside and San Bernardino Counties who meet to award grants to nonprofit organizations that address youth needs. In 2012 we had 34 students, the most we have ever had, be a part of the program. The youth grantmakers meet every month. We started off the year-long program with an orientation meeting, during which veteran members shared their experiences with incoming members and their parents. Every meeting we start off with an icebreaker, activities that the veteran student members plan. These activities teach members skills in decision-making and leadership, which helped them in the future when they made grant recommendations to The Community Foundation. In the fall, the youth grantmakers went to their schools and surveyed hundreds of students about youth needs in the community and then collaborated to find the five issues that we would focus on when awarding the grants. The fall meetings consisted of several presentations from past grantees as well as leadership training that would help us in the process of giving grants. Three Youth Grantmakers and TCF staff had the opportunity to make a site visit to Riverside Recovery Resources (RRR) in Lake Elsinore. RRR serves youth throughout Riverside County by offering alcohol and other drug prevention and recovery services to adolescents and transition-age youth and their families. The site visit gave the youth a first-hand opportunity to see how the nonprofit operates, the services it provides, and to talk with clients and staff. The Youth Grantmakers learned from the site visit that RRR was the first treatment recovery program in all of Riverside County to take treatment opportunities onto local high school campuses. The Beta Program is a year-round program that offers teen substance abusers a safe place to go while encouraging change and growth.

YGC—Who are they? What do they do? In January we started the process of reviewing applications and deciding which non-profit organizations we wanted to give grants to. We started with mock-proposals to teach the new student members about the whole process, and in our February meeting we started reading all the applications. It took several meetings for us to finally decide which organizations we wanted to allocate our $20,000 to, as it was a very collaborative process. We decided by scoring each application based on how well the organization fit the youth needs and through many group discussions. Throughout the year-long program, members also participated in community activities such as a Thanksgiving food drive and a jeans drive. The Youth Grantmakers successfully advocated for YGC, conducted site visits, learned the importance of civic consciousness and good leadership, and were able to successfully award nine grants to organizations in the community.

“YGC helped me realized that so many people have harder lives than many of us, but there are even more people that can help make a difference for them.” ~ Mia Nadeau “Before joining YGC, I was well aware of the issues facing at-risk youth today, but I did not think I had the power to do anything about it. YGC has shown me that youth don’t have to wait until they’re older to make a change.” ~ Ikeoluwa Adeyemi-Idowy “I have learned how to be more open-minded and learned the importance of working with others.” ~ Jennely Diego “YGC has made a crucial impact on my life in that it has really allowed me to develop my ability to voice my opinions and be able to understand the process of grantmaking.” ~ Veronica Sanchez

A Site Visit with Riverside Recovery Resources “During the site visit, we had the opportunity to talk with a couple of teens involved in the program,” states Jessica Goehring, a YGC member. “I was very impressed by their courage and positive outlook on the changes they’re making in their lives. It enabled me to see how the funds we distribute through our grantmaking are used and that the grants make a difference.”

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C A PA C I T Y B U I L D I N G I N I T I AT I V E

Addressing the needs of nonprofit organizations in our region Since 2010, The Community Foundation (TCF) has been working in partnership with county and local government, capacity building service providers, community organizations and funders to develop strategies, projects and programs to address the capacity building needs of the nonprofit sector in Riverside and San Bernardino Counties. In 2011, TCF presented findings from a report from The James Irvine Foundation to the San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors on funding provided by foundations to nonprofits in the county. The report found that foundation support for nonprofits in San Bernardino County was only $3 per capita, compared to $119 per capita throughout the rest of California.

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Andrea Mitchel—Vice-President, AM Development Group and Consultant to TCF’s Grant Development Initiative—teaches nonprofits about grant proposal development at the four-day Grants Development Clinic in Hesperia, California.

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The Board of Supervisors took notice and responded. In March 2012, The Community Foundation was awarded $362,000 by the Board of Supervisors to support the county of San Bernardino’s nonprofit organizations to build their fundraising skills through a Grants Development Initiative and a Nonprofit Capacity Building Project. Grants Development Initiative The goal of this initiative is to increase the capacity of the county’s health, education, governmental, and nonprofit sectors to be more competitive in attracting grants from private / public foundations and state / federal government. TCF, in collaboration with AM Development Group and a number of key strategic partners and community leaders, led the effort to create a comprehensive “Grants

Development Initiative Plan for San Bernardino County: Achieving Positive Impact through Grant Funding”. The plan identifies strategies that help establish a much more collaborative approach to grant-related fundraising within the county. Key elements of the plan included (1) creating a centralized and accessible resource center for identifying grants and funding opportunities, (2) developing a grant-writing team, (3) building collaborative teams of grantwriters / fundraisers within and between key sectors, (4) building stronger corporate funding partnerships, and (5) strengthening partnerships with governmental officials and policy makers. Nonprofit Capacity Building San Bernardino County has over 5,000 nonprofit organizations that struggle with limited resources to provide the quality of programs and services to meet the growing needs of residents and communities in the county. Rather than offer them a “fish,” TCF, in partnership with High Desert Resource Network (HDRN), provided training and technical assistance on how to better “fish” for funds. The partnership provided a number of workshops and coaching support to key nonprofits in each Supervisorial District in the county—with a particular focus on grant proposal development and fundraising. Specific trainings included Board / Leadership Development; a fourday grants development training program; a comprehensive fundraising academy for grassroots nonprofits; and customized oneon-one fundraising coaching. Seasoned executive directors were recruited to then act as coaches to provide support and assistance to help ensure that lessons learned were being utilized and put into practice. Lastly, TCF developed the first-ever countywide Nonprofit Capacity Building Strategic Plan for San Bernardino County: A Roadmap to Achieve Impact, which identified short- and long-term strategies for addressing funding disparities, training, and the infrastructure challenges and needs facing the county’s nonprofit businesses.


GRANTMAKING

The Community Foundation accepts competitive grant proposals from nonprofit organizations serving Riverside and San Bernardino County residents. The Foundation’s Board of Directors’ Grant Committee reviews all information and makes recommendations to the Board of Directors, which approves all grants and scholarships. Grants from Donor Advised Funds are made throughout the year on an individual basis as recommended by donors. Grants from Restricted Funds and Agency Endowments may also be disbursed throughout the year based on specific requests. Grants from the Community Impact Funds are made in the spring through a competitive process.

How to Apply for a Grant For more information on grant application procedures, please visit our website at www.thecommunityfoundation.net. The site has our grant guidelines, information about the application process, the grants calendar, and the grant application forms and/or links. After reviewing this information, prospective applicants are encouraged to call the Foundation at 951.241.7777 with any questions.

Grants by Program Area 2%

7% 26% 18%

Health and Human Services $1,839,300 Children and Families $1,704,474 Educational Scholarships $1,656,970 Civic and Environmental Benefit $1,276,116

23%

24%

A rts and Culture $498,595 Other $125,909

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GRANTMAKING

In 2012, The Community Foundation awarded $7.1 million in grants and scholarships. The majority of the grants were from funds with specific purposes such as Field of Interest Funds or Scholarship Funds or from Designated Funds such as Donor Advised Funds or Restricted Funds.

The Community Impact Fund

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The Community Impact Fund, in contrast, consists of unrestricted contributions and is used to make competitive grants to eligible nonprofits to meet the most critical needs of the community. The grant proposals are reviewed by the Grants Committee which submits its recommendations to the Board of Directors for approval. The Community Impact Fund is highly competitive and the Foundation always receives requests that total far more than the Foundation has available to grant.

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2012 GRANTEES Central City Lutheran Mission - Community Meals Program Desert Women for Equality - WE care free Mammogram Program Food Now - Food Assistance and Distribution Foothill Family Shelter Inc. - Stepping Stones Program Friends of The Riverside County Family Justice Center Foundation - The Lisa Project H Street Clinic - Health Education Waiting Room Hemet United Methodist Church - Home Away From Home Hemet Valley Art Association Inc. - Relocation Inland AIDS Project - Food Voucher Distribution Inland Caregiver Resource Center Powerful Tools to Control the Frustrations of Caregiving Lutheran Social Services of Southern California Genesis House and Amelia’s Light Transitional Living Programs

The Foundation focuses its grantmaking in four primary program areas: Health and Human Services—promoting access to healthcare for all residents and helping individuals and families obtain basic services to promote an improved quality of life; Youth and Families—enhancing opportunities that promote academic achievement and positive youth development and developing family support services that foster learning and growth; Arts and Culture—encouraging creative expression and providing opportunities for enjoyment of cultural activities and art forms; Civic and Public Benefit—building a sense of community and promoting civic participation.

Pacific Hospice Foundation Inc. - Meals on Wheels, Inland Empire

As communities grow and change over the years, the needs of our communities change as well. Having unrestricted dollars available to respond to changing needs allows The Community Foundation to fulfill its mission of enhancing the quality of life in the communities it serves, regardless of the current issues. Donors who understand this ebb and flow may find a contribution to the Community Impact Fund attractive.

Senior Citizens Service Center of The Temecula Rancho Area Inc. - Refrigeration Units

Palo Verde Valley Senior Citizens - Non Profit Corporation Blythe Harmony Kitchen Rainbow Pride Youth Alliance - The Photovoice Project Riverside County Philharmonic Association, Inc. Music in the Community outreach program SAFE Alternatives For Everyone - SAFE Families and SAFE Homes Samaritan Counseling Center - Behavior Education and Management Services (BEAMS) Program San Jose Community and Bea Main Learning Center G2G: “Great to Graduate” afterschool program

Special Olympics Inland Empire Region - Special Olympics School Partnership Program in the Inland Empire Steinway Society of Riverside County Classics Concerts in Schools United States Adaptive Recreation Center Programming Outreach Coordinator providing Outdoor Therapeutic Recreation for Disabled Persons


SCHOLARSHIPS

The founder of The Community Foundation, Charles L. Brouse, and his wife Clara, felt that the best way to give back to his community was to fund, in perpetuity, scholarships for deserving students.

Scholarships

Today, over 70 years later, scholarships remain a large focus of our grantmaking even as we have grown in geographic size and scope of giving. We average over $1 million a year in scholarships to every public, accredited two- and four-year college and university in the two-county region, including funding to colleges and universities in other parts of the nation. The awards not only recognize these students’ achievements, but also, more significantly, provide hope for those seeking to better themselves through education.

With a heart of sincere appreciation, I’d like to say “Thank You!” I am in my second year of nursing, graduating very soon. I am a single parent of four wonderful children. Through your financial gift, I was able to purchase books that I had been missing from the first year of nursing. I was also able to pay for my transportation expenses. Because I have been less financially stressed, I have been able to study more efficiently. I am currently an “A” student! Thanks to you and the Lena T. Pond Scholarship, I am well on my way to becoming the best caring nurse I can be! Sincerely grateful, Michelle J.

In 2012, The Community Foundation awarded $1.7 million dollars to higher education in the form of scholarships, grants to universities, and for other educational purposes.

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SPECIAL PROJECTS

In November 2012, The Community Foundation organized the first-ever Give BIG Riverside, a 24-hour online giving day.

Give BIG Riverside GIVEBIG RIVERSIDE

Nearly 100 Riverside nonprofit business organizations collaborated to raise over $200,000. With the support of over 20 taskforce members, the City of Riverside, local businesses, media, public entities and other generous sponsors, Give BIG Riverside helped the local nonprofit sector receive widespread attention, media coverage and capacity-building support which no single nonprofit could have accomplished alone. Give BIG Riverside introduced philanthropy to the community in a fresh way, gained the attention of people who had never given before, and built the skill-set of nonprofits, allowing them to integrate innovative communication—particularly social media— and fundraising tools into their core operating structures. Benefits: • New donors were engaged • Development of staff and volunteers into Champions for their agency • Increased visibility of nonprofits and the services they offer

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A rigorous collection of data from surveys, debriefing sessions, conversations and key interviews allowed us to identify our “wins”, collect our lessons learned, and evaluate the overall outcome of the campaign.

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The results of this “look-back” is the 2012 Project Debrief available on the Give BIG Riverside website at www.giveBIGriverside. org. The report tracks data collected before and after our giving day. It serves as an historic record and tracks important benchmarks as we begin our next campaign which is scheduled for November 12, 2013.

KEY STATISTICS FROM

2012 93

PARTICIPATING NONPROFITS

2,701 NUMBER OF DONATIONS MADE

UNIQUE DONORS

1,953 40%

DONATIONS FROM NEW DONORS

DONATIONS FROM

33 STATES

$192,450

DONATIONS MADE ONLINE

$207,450 (INCLUDING PRIZE MONEY)


PROFESSIONAL ADVISORS COUNCIL

Throughout our two-county region, over 225 professional advisors play an important role in the success of The Community Foundation by serving on one or more of five regional Professional Advisors Councils (PAC). Our Professional Advisors are bank and trust officers, financial planners, Certified Public Accountants, estate planning attorneys, real estate, tax and insurance professionals. Many of our Professional Advisors also serve as “Champions”. Webster’s Dictionary defines a champion as “one who fights for another or for a cause,” which accurately describes the role of our Champions. To receive this distinction, a Professional Advisor must either establish an endowment or a fund in their own name or in the name of their family, or refer a client who then establishes an endowment or a fund at The Community Foundation. We thank all of our Professional Advisors and especially our Champions, who are listed here.

Professional Advisors Council Champions Ms. Kathleen Albrektson

Ms. Margarita “Gigi” Maceda

Ms. Deborah Anderson

Mr. Doug Martin

Ms. Marcia Campbell

Mr. David Maupin

Mr. Frank Campbell

Mr. Mike McGreevy

Mr. Chris Carpenter

Mr. J. Dana Mitchellweiler

Mr. Ray Cherry

Mr. Ronald Ridgeway

Mr. Michael Cosgrove

Mr. Philip Savage IV

Mr. Robert Fey

Mr. Paul Shimoff

Ms. Tammy Fox

Mr. Robert Smith

Mr. Karl Hicks

Mr. Dwight Tate

Ms. Elaine Hill

Mrs. Nora Teasley

Mr. Nicholas Hjorth

Mr. Glenn Tetley

Mr. David Hjorth

Mr. Bruce Varner

Mr. Vic Karidakes

Mr. Sean Varner

Mr. Vern Kozlen

Mr. Neal Waner

Mr. Michael Lovett

Mr. David Wilson

“I truly appreciate the opportunity to work with The Community Foundation. We are able to connect our clients with a best in class organization that can help them affect and achieve their philanthropic goals.”

~ Karl Leonard Hicks, CFP, MBA

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FINANCIAL SUMMARY

Assets

Three-Year History $63M

$62,923,000

$62M $61M $60M $59M $58M

$58,455,309 $57,760,000

$57M $56M $55M 2010

2011

2012

Investment Return Three-Year History 20.0

16.20

15.0 14.40 10.0

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5.0

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0 - 2.30 - 5.0 2010

2011

2012


FINANCIAL SUMMARY

Making sound strategic decisions on the structure of a portfolio has a profound influence on investment results. This is why the Foundation has a diversified portfolio with a long-term time horizon. The portfolio is invested in accordance with a core principle of successful investing which acknowledges that a diversified portfolio across different asset classes should provide a sustainable rate of income while minimizing the volatility that affects all investments to varying degrees. The portfolio is periodically rebalanced to target allocations to maintain portfolio equilibrium, increase value and support donors’ spending over the long term.

Asset Allocation and Philosophy

Process and Governance The Foundation’s portfolio is reviewed by the Investment Committee and the Foundation’s independent investment consultants, Wurts & Associates, on an on-going basis. The Investment Committee and investment consultants review:

Target Asset Allocation 10%

• Strategic Investment Opportunities • Portfolio Allocations • Fund Manager Analysis

35%

• Investment Performance • Manager Searches (as needed) • Market Environment

25%

• Capital Market Assumptions The Investment Committee and our investment consultants recognize that we must avoid focusing on the short term, which always plays out randomly and unpredictably and instead look forward over the long term where we can achieve a reasonable degree of certainty. We will continue to focus on a sound investment policy for the benefit of our donors and will continue to employ best practices as we oversee the Foundation’s investments.

30%

Domestic Equity Fixed Income International Equity Liquid Alternatives

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F I N A N C I A L S TAT E M E N T S

Consolidated Statement of Financial Position December 31, 2012 With comparative totals at December 31, 2011 2012

(Restated) 2011

Assets Cash and cash equivalents $8,771,940 $8,981,009 Grants and contributions receivable 944,160 754,103 Miscellaneous receivables 15,718 13,815 Prepaid expenses 29,118 21,817 Investments 51,934,421 46,674,330 Assets held in remainder trusts 1,211,916 1,256,284 Furniture and equipment 59,345 58,384 Total assets $62,966,618 $57,759,742 Liabilities and net assets Liabilities Accounts payable and accrued expenses $90,064 $107,037 Grants payable 286,672 348,642 Capital lease obligation 16,342 22,855 Obligation under charitable gift annuities 185,271 191,801 Custodial funds 758,569 810,361 Agency funds 10,078,109 8,183,808

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Total liabilities $11,415,027 $9,664,504 Net assets Unrestricted $8,365,433 $7,590,992 Temporarily restricted 43,186,158 40,504,246

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Total net assets

$51,551,591

$48,095,238

Total liabilities and net assets

$62,966,618

$57,759,742

The audited financial statements, containing all required disclosures and IRS Form 990, are available in the Foundation’s Riverside Offices or online at www.thecommunityfoundation.net.


F I N A N C I A L S TAT E M E N T S

Consolidated Statement of Activities For the year ended December 31, 2012 With comparative totals for the year ended December 31, 2011 Unrestricted

Temporarily Restricted 2012

Revenue and other support Revenue Net unrealized and realized gain (loss) on investment $907,989 $4,401,472 Interest and dividend income 234,279 1,146,429 Less: investment income from agency funds (244,271 ) (944,845 ) Management fees - agency funds 133,364 Prior years’ grants returned 7,000 38,525 Special events - net of expenses of $58,553 (4,723 ) 49,853 Change in value of split-interest agreements 3,441 Total revenue 1,033,638 4,694,875 Net assets released from program restrictions

(Restated) 2011

$5,309,461 1,380,708 (1,189,116 ) 133,364 45,525 45,130 3,441 5,728,513

$(2,509,233 ) 1,265,019 203,994 121,569 23,566 2,714 23,845 (868,526 )

8,643,091

(8,643,091 )

-

-

Support Contributions, bequests and grants 31,933 Less: revenue and other support from agency funds Total net support 31,933

8,260,211 (1,630,083 ) 6,630,128

8,292,144 (1,630,083 ) 6,662,061

7,789,780 (511,319 ) 7,278,461

Total revenues and other support

2,681,912

12,390,574

6,409,935

9,708,662

Expenses Program services: Grants awarded 8,278,317 8,278,317 6,179,405 Less: agency fund expenses and grants awarded (791,534) (791,534 ) (646,212 ) Grants awarded, net 7,486,783 7,486,783 5,533,193 Grant-related expenses 214,704 214,704 169,525 Community Leadership 271,380 271,380 188,721 Supporting services: Administration 585,205 585,205 617,803 Development 376,149 376,149 405,385 Total expenses 8,934,221 - 8,934,221 6,914,627 Change in net assets

774,441

2,681,912

3,456,353

(504,692 )

7,590,992

40,504,246

48,095,238

49,293,819

Prior period adjustment

(693,889 )

Net assets, beginning of year, as reported

Net assets, beginning of year, as restated Net assets, end of year

7,590,992

40,504,246

48,095,238

48,599,930

$8,365,433

$43,186,158

$51,551,591

$48,095,238

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FUND DEVELOPMENT

The Community Foundation connects our donors with the issues and organizations making a difference in the two-county region. Our professional staff works one-on-one with donors so they are able to explore the joy and passion in giving and experience first-hand that philanthropy matters.

Ways to give

Donors can choose from a variety of fund types to match their philanthropic goals, and contribute both current direct gifts and deferred planned gifts to their funds. Types of Funds • Agency Endowments are established by nonprofit organizations to provide an income stream in perpetuity for the agency. • The Community Impact Fund allows the Board of Directors the flexibility to respond to the most critical community needs through a competitive granting process.

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• Donor Advised Funds allow donors to be actively involved in achieving their philanthropic goals. Donors recommend grants to specific organizations through their own research or with the assistance of our professional staff. These funds are a simple alternative to private foundations, and allow family members to remain involved.

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• Field of Interest Funds allow donors to target their giving by specifying a broad charitable need. For example, The Community Foundation administers Field of Interest Funds that are dedicated to the “treatment and care of indigent children in Riverside County,” and for “the care of domestic animals.” These types of funds allow donors to direct their gifts to a charitable area of interest without the hands-on involvement needed when establishing Donor Advised funds. Grants from Field of Interest Funds are awarded through a competitive process.

• Restricted Funds are for donors who wish to designate, in perpetuity, contributions to one or more specific organizations. The recipients of these restricted funds remain the same each year, forever. • Scholarship Funds allow donors to create the parameters of the scholarship while The Community Foundation handles the administrative process. A donor may specify that the funds be awarded to students from the region for higher education or may be more specific with field of study or school attending. Types of Gifts We are able to accept a wide array of asset types as contributions to a fund, and because The Community Foundation is a 501(c)3 public charity, donors will receive the most valuable tax benefits available under the law for their charitable contributions—for both income and estate purposes. In addition to cash, we also accept gifts of: • Bequests • Charitable Gift Annuities • Charitable Lead Trusts • Charitable Remainder Trusts • Intangible / Intellectual property • Life Insurance • Life Insurance Beneficiary Designations • Oil, Gas, and Mineral Interests • Real Estate • Remainder Interests in Property • Retirement Plan Beneficiary Designations • Securities • Tangible Personal Property


FUND DEVELOPMENT

Including The Community Foundation in their estate plan helps philanthropists leave a legacy for future generations. Donors may add to their existing fund or create a new fund at The Community Foundation with a gift from their estate. Available planned giving options include:

The Community Foundation Funds by Category

• Wills or Living Trusts: A gift to a charity at death. A bequest is the simplest type of planned gift. • Life Insurance: When a policy is no longer needed for personal wealth replacement, donors can use it to give a significant gift to charity and establish a legacy with tax benefits that donors can enjoy during their lifetime. • Charitable Remainder Trust: A donor gives cash or property and the trust makes payments for one or more people during their lifetime(s) or terms of years and then distributes the remainder to charity. • Gift Annuities: An agreement whereby a donor makes a gift of cash or property and a charity agrees to make guaranteed fixed payments for one or two people during their lifetime(s). • Retirement Accounts: Without proper planning, income and estate taxes can easily consume over half of your retirement account balance at death. It is often the best type of gift for tax mitigation purposes.

Agency Funds (65) Donor Advised Funds (61) Scholarship Funds (59) Designated Funds (39) Other (28) Deferred Gifts (14) Field of Interest Funds (13) Fiscal Sponsorship Funds (10) Community Impact Funds (9) Geographic Affiliate Funds (7) Unrestricted Funds (1)

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2 0 1 2 N E W F U N D S AT T H E C O M M U N I T Y F O U N D AT I O N

New Funds Established in 2012 Arts Connection - General Fund To support the development of Arts Connection - The Arts Council for San Bernardino County Beaumont Spirit Run Fund To provide funding through the annual Beaumont Spirit Run for student programs in Beaumont schools focused around health and wellness Carpenter Foundation - Inlandia Institute To help with the costs of Inlandia’s Creative Literacy Programs for Children and Youth, to improve and expand Inlandia’s Literary Professional Development and Creative Expression Programs for Adults, and to help with the costs of updating and expanding Inlandia’s website and marketing tools County of San Bernardino Arts Connection Grant Established through a contract from the County of San Bernardino to support the creation of Arts Connection, the arts council for San Bernardino County

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County of San Bernardino Countywide Grants Development Initiative Established through a contract from the County of San Bernardino to develop a Grants Development Initiative to significantly increase the grant support to San Bernardino County educational, government, and nonprofit organizations, and by extension to the 2.2 million people who live in the county

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County of San Bernardino Countywide Nonprofit Capacity Building Strategy Established through a contract from the County of San Bernardino to develop and deliver a Countywide Nonprofit Capacity Building Strategy Give BIG Riverside Fund To support the 24-hour online giving event “Give BIG Riverside”

We welcome the 23 new funds who joined us in 2012, each based on donor interest and engagement. We are grateful to our donors for their support and understanding that Philanthropy Matters.

Inland Empire CHI - Kaiser Grant 2012 To support the activities of the Inland Empire Children’s Health Initiative The James Irvine Foundation Arts Connection To support the establishment of Arts Connection / Arts Council for San Bernardino County The James Irvine Foundation San Bernardino County Linked Learning To support regional expansion of Linked Learning pathways in San Bernardino County Molina HealthCare Grant - IECHI To support the activities of the Inland Empire Children’s Health Initiative (IECHI) Morgan Family - Capacity Building Challenge To support capacity building in the Inland Empire as part of the California Stewardship Network Year Three Morgan Family - Regional Forum Grant To support the California Stewardship Network Regional Forum Music Changing Lives Fund To support the programs of Music Changing Lives San Bernardino County CHI - IEHP -2012 Outreach (MAA) To support The San Bernardino Children’s Health Initiative Coalition Outreach Task Force San Bernardino County CHI - Loma Linda -2012 Outreach To support The San Bernardino Children’s Health Initiative Coalition Outreach Task Force Santa Rosa Plateau Foundation Endowment Fund To support the activities of the Santa Rosa Plateau Foundation

The High Desert Community Foundation Endowment Fund To support the programs of the High Desert Community Foundation Sub-Funds HDCF - Florence Lindberg Memorial Scholarship Fund A sub-fund to The High Desert Community Foundation Endowment Fund HDCF - Louise Stewart Scholarship Fund A sub-fund to The High Desert Community Foundation Endowment Fund HDCF - Trever Bennett Memorial Scholarship Fund A sub-fund to The High Desert Community Foundation Endowment Fund HDCF - Walter E. Cramer and Margaret Muir Cramer Compassion Fund A sub-fund to The High Desert Community Foundation Endowment Fund Youth Grantmakers Committee Coachella Valley Fund To create a “leadership through philanthropy” training ground for youth and create an understanding of the needs in the Coachella Valley Youth Grantmakers Committee Idyllwild Fund Established by Idyllwild Community Fund Advisory Committee to create a “leadership through philanthropy” training ground for youth and create an understanding of the needs in the Idyllwild Community


BROUSE LEGACY SOCIETY

The Brouse Legacy Society recognizes individuals and couples who have made provisions in their estate plans to provide a gift to The Community Foundation for the benefit of the donors’ community. These gifts take the form of bequests by naming The Community Foundation in a will or trust, or in a charitable remainder trust, gifts of life insurance, or any other type of charitable planned gift. The Brouse Legacy Society was named after Charles L. Brouse and his wife Clara, who together in 1941 established a scholarship fund benefitting students in Riverside. This “seed” of philanthropy eventually grew into The Community Foundation and has now grown into our organization that serves both Riverside and San Bernardino Counties. Who Should Join the Brouse Legacy Society? For people who want to create a legacy beyond their lifetime, the Brouse Legacy Society ensures donors that their charitable dollars are used in the way they intended. If you have made arrangements to make a gift to TCF, then you are already eligible to be a member of the Brouse Legacy Society. What are the benefits of joining the Brouse Legacy Society? Being a member of the Brouse Legacy Society gives you the opportunity to belong to a select group of like-minded people who are committed to support the needs of our communities. Other benefits include: • Recognition annually at a special event honoring you for your gift during your lifetime • The guidance of our professional staff to help you with your estate and gift planning

How does the Brouse Legacy Society work? • Establish - Donors can include a gift to The Community Foundation in their will or trust, establishing a bequest • Notify - Donors notify The Community Foundation of their plans and automatically become members of the Brouse Legacy Society • Join - Donors join the network of other members and receive special recognition If you would like more information about the various planned giving options available to you and your family, please call us at 951.241.7777.

• A personalized giving plan, as detailed or general as you would like, to ensure that your philanthropy will be meaningful to you

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T H E C O M M U N I T Y F O U N D AT I O N A W A R D S

2012 Award Winners Robert and Cheryl Fey The Peggy Fouke Wortz Lifetime Philanthropist of the Year

From the left: Robert Fey, TCF Board Member; TCF’s Youth Grantmaker Alexandria Dominguez; Cheryl Fey

This prestigious award recognizes lifetime philanthropic achievement. Recipients have demonstrated outstanding and impactful civic engagement, with both a financial and voluntary commitment, over a lifetime. Awardees serve as community leaders in either Riverside or San Bernardino County, providing vision and motivating others in philanthropy and community involvement.

Citizens Business Bank Community Partner of the Year Recognizes outstanding and impactful community engagement by a business or corporation in Riverside or San Bernardino County.

From the left: TCF’s Youth Grantmaker Mauricio Hernandez; Chris Myers, President and CEO of Citizens Business Bank

Aaron Norris THE COMMUNITY FOUNDATION

Volunteer of the Year

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Recognizes outstanding and impactful volunteer service in Riverside or San Bernardino County.

From the left: Aaron Norris from The Norris Group, Board member at Community Connect and Taskforce member of Give BIG Riverside; TCF’s Youth Grantmaker Matthew Allen


SPONSORS AND FUNDERS

Thank You! Support from our partners and friends made a tremendous difference in the work that The Community Foundation accomplished in 2012. Our grantors, sponsors and volunteers matter, and make our work more successful and meaningful. Grantors The James and Rebecca Morgan Family Foundation State of California—California Arts Council Inland Empire Health Plan The James Irvine Foundation Morgan Family Fund-Silicon Valley Community Foundation Hammond Family Fund – Silicon Valley Community Foundation City of Riverside Wells Fargo Foundation County of San Bernardino Bank of America Southern California Edison Molina Health Care Loma Linda University Medical Center Sempra / Southern California Gas Company Kaiser Permanente Foundation Fund at California Community Foundation Weingart Foundation Sponsors Philanthropic Series Wells Fargo The Private Bank Best Best & Krieger LLP Law Offices of Ann Herring Private Asset Management, Inc. Merrill Lynch Wealth Management Give BIG Riverside City of Riverside Stronghold Engineering Riverside Public Utilities The Norris Group La Sierra University The Press-Enterprise Greater Riverside Chambers of Commerce Supervisor Bob Buster, 1st District of Riverside County Supervisor John Tavaglione, 2nd District of Riverside County Seizing Our Destiny AM590—The Answer Champion Electric 71st Anniversary Gala Best Best & Krieger LLP Robertson’s Bank of America Mr. and Mrs. D. Matt Pim Edgewood Partners Insurance Center

Mr. Stanley M. Grube Citizens Business Bank O’Reilly Public Relations Mr. and Mrs. James Cuevas Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fey Union Bank Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Harns Powell & Spafford LLP Senator Bob Dutton Bill and Gloria Harrison Vern and Paula Kozlen Professional Advisors Councils Citizens Business Bank Community Indicators Reports Supervisor Bob Buster, 1st District of Riverside County County of Riverside Economic Development Agency Bank of America Aging & Disability Resource Connection of Riverside County Riverside County Department of Public Social Services Riverside County Department of Public Health Coachella Valley Association of Governments (CVAG) FIRST 5 Riverside EDA Office of Foreign Trade Coachella Valley Economic Partnership (CVEP) Santa Ana Watershed Protection Authority (SAWPA) La Jolla Institute Riverside County Regional Park and Open-Space District Riverside County Library System Riverside County Waste Management Department National Community Renaissance Riverside County Probation Department Southern California Strategic Advocacy Solutions, LLC Health Assessment Resource Center (HARC) Riverside County Office of Education — Kenneth M. Young Riverside County Transportation and Land Management Riverside County Department of Mental Health County of San Bernardino County of San Bernardino Workforce Investment Board County of San Bernardino Department of Public Health County of San Bernardino Probation Department

County of San Bernardino Department of Veterans Affairs San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools County of San Bernardino Human Services San Bernardino Associated Governments (SANBAG) San Bernardino County Department of Behavioral Health Arrowhead Regional Medical Center San Bernardino County Department of Public Works San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department Lo Jolla Institute Santa Ana Watershed Protection Authority (SAWPA) FIRST 5 San Bernardino Volunteers The Community Foundation Board of Directors George Beloz Phil Savage III Gary Roth Andy Jessup Kathy Michalak Concha Rivera Rosalie Silverglate Larry Sharp Francis Coe Jr. Bianca Freeman Nick Freeman Kevin McCartthy Bobbie Neff Veronica Dover Cindy Roth Damien O’Farrell Steve Reneker Amy Sausser Pam Hogan Todd Jorgenson Pamela George Barbara Lohman Melody Amaral Kim Foreman Aaron Norris Fonda McGensy

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Our 2012 Board Dr. Albert Karnig President Emeritus Cal State San Bernardino

Pat Spafford TCF Board Chief Financial Officer CPA & Partner Powell & Spafford, LLP

Grover C. Trask 2012 TCF Board Chair Riverside County District Attorney (retired) Special Counsel, Best, Best & Krieger

James Cuevas 2013 Incoming Board Chair President JJC Project Management Group

Kirk Harns TCF Board Secretary President Pacific Hydrotech Corporation

Robert Fey Chairman Fey’s Canyon Realtors

From left to right:

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Lynn Bogh Baldi TCF Emeritus Board Chair Community Volunteer Riverside and San Bernardino Counties

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Vernon Kozlen Executive Vice President (retired) City National Bank Patrick J. O’Reilly President & CEO O’Reilly Public Relations Phil Savage IV TCF Vice Chair Attorney Gresham Savage Nolan & Tilden

Paul Granillo President & CEO Inland Empire Economic Partnership (IEEP) Glenda Bayless, CPA, EA, CSA President & CEO Bayless Accountancy Corporation Benita Roberts Public School District Superintendent (retired) Jurupa Unified School District Stanley M. Grube, MBA, FACHE President/CEO Morris, Marion Associates, Inc.

Not photographed: Henry Coil TCF Past Board Chair President and CEO Tilden-Coil Constructors, Inc. Rabbi Hillel Cohn Rabbi Emeritus, Congregation Emanu El Rabbi, Sun City Jewish Congregation Andrea Dutton Professor, Chaffey Community College Lisa Houston CEO & President, FIND Food Bank Matt Pim President & CEO Riverside Construction Company Beverly Stephenson Founder and Executive Director Fine Arts Network Sean Varner Managing Partner, Varner & Brant LLP


Our Staff Staff size: 11

From left to right:

Ask a staff member why they work at The Community Foundation and you will hear it is because of the work we do and the impact we are making in our region. Throughout the organization, this passion is seen in our commitment to serve our donors, support nonprofit businesses and bring partners together to address critical issues.

Paula Myles Director of Finance and Administration Alenny Cadag Finance Associate Jose Marquez Director of Grant and Resource Development Ariana Cervantes Development Associate Joe LaGuess Planned Giving Officer

Karen Lampert Program Associate Celia Cudiamat Executive Vice President of Grants and Programs Denisha Shackelford Receptionist / Program Assistant Kim Potter Executive Assistant / Office Manager Sharilyn Hunke Communications Officer Dr. Jonathan Lorenzo Yorba President and CEO

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2012 Fund Activity

The Community Foundation has over 300 funds—each sharing the common mission of enhancing the quality of life in our communities. A heartfelt thank you to our donors who made gifts to existing funds and to our donors for their continued commitment to philanthropy demonstrated by the millions of dollars of grantmaking through their Donor Advised Funds here at the Foundation. AFVW Foundation Endowment Fund Established in March 2010 for broad and general charitable uses and purposes at Air Force Village West in Riverside, California.

AFVW Foundation Fund

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Established in December 2006 for broad and general charitable uses and purposes at Air Force Village West in Riverside, California.

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GIFTS AFVW Foundation AFVW Rescon Account Mr. and Ms. Wendell R. Ashley Austin Living Trust Col. and Mrs. F. Barnum Mr. and Mrs. Kimbrough G. Bassett Mr. Warren F. Beck Beth G. Anderson Fund to Benefit AFVW Ms. Jean M. Blewett Mr. and Mrs. David B. Bogie Mrs. Sara H. Boutelle Mr. and Mrs. Winston E. Boutelle Mr. Ellison S. Boyd Ms. Alma Briggs Lt. Col and Mrs. Jack L. Briggs Mr. and Mrs. Howard S. Brown Mr. and Mrs. Richard K. Brown Ms. Dorothy A. Burnett Mr. Robert N. Carlton Ms. Mary Carruthers Mr. Lamar Caselli Mr. and Mrs. David E. Cole Mr. and Mrs. Donald L. Curtis Ms. Betty V. De Camp Regis Mr. Charles W. DeMoss The Dixon Family Trust Ms. Grace J. Donohue Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Drake Ms. Ruth C. Duffield Ms. Clara M. Ehm Ms. Pamela P. Elliot Ms. Marianne Elower Mr. and Mrs. Duane G. Fair Mr. and Mrs. David E. Fetherston Ms. Jean L. Finnegan Mr. Joseph C. Flores Mr. and Mrs. George Frankl Ms. Clara E. Galli Col. and Mrs. John L. Glossbrenner General and Mrs. Harry E. Goldsworthy Mr. Doyle L. Green Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan L. Greenberg Ms. Ann N. Guidera The Hamilton Family Trust Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Hanevik Ms. Gertrude R. Hanson Mr. and Mrs. Arnold W. Harris Mr. and Mrs. William S. Henderson Mr. William S. Henderson Mr. and Mrs. Myron B. Henry Ms. Jean D. Herridge Mr. and Mrs. William C. Hoag Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hobson Major and Mrs. George D. Holder USAF Ret. Mr. and Mrs. Kibbey M. Horne Mr. Theodore J. Horner Ms. Sherry Ikezawa Isensee Rvc. Living Trust, U.D.T. 7-16-92 Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Isensee The Jeane C. Fentress Revocable Trust

John H. and Jean D. Barnard 2005 Trust John R. and Georgia B. De Barr Trust Mrs. Donald S. Johnson Mrs. and Mrs. Lee Johnson Josephine S. Carter Revocable Trust Mr. Rufus K. Keeling Ms. Ruth T. Kennedy Mr. and Mrs. John F. Kenton The Kirk Family Trust Mr. and Mrs. Roger T. Kozuma Mrs. Beatrice E. Kubu Ms. Karen B. Kyhn Mr. and Mrs. Tom A. Lewis Ms. Lois J. Lippman and S. M. Coyle Mr. William F. Lonchas Ms. Mary M. Magalee Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Magana Mr. and Mrs. John B. March Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Mayou The Mc Grew Family 2007 Trust Mr. John F. Mc Grew Mr. and Mrs. Alfred J. Mc Kevitt Mr. Bernard McCaskill McCracken Trust Ms. Pauline W. Mellen Ms. Ingeborg M. Michie The Miller Family Trust Mr. and Mrs. David L. Miller Ms. Dorothy L. Modisette Monahan Family Trust Ms. Ann M. Morrison General and Mrs. James P. Mullins Ms. Donalda M. Nichols Oakville - Corporation of the Town of Oakville Oakville Chamber of Commerce The Pattinson Living Trust Mr. and Mrs. Thomas S. Pearson Mr. and Mrs. Howard I. Perry Mr. and Mrs. Theodore J. Petrich Mr. and Mrs. Harvey W. Powell Ms. Judith D. Putnam Mr. William E. Rains Ms. Mary K. Reeve Mr. and Mrs. Edward R. Regis Lt. Col. Patricia A. Rizzo RM & LD Hansen Recovable Living Trust Robert G. Valpey Survivor’s Trust Ms. Bette Roberts Mrs. Barbara O. Rodenbach Mr. and Mrs. Harry P. Rodgers Ms. Elizabeth C. Rowland Ms. Florence T. Russell Mr. Lawrence L. Russell LT/COL MG and Mrs. Arthur J. Sachsel USAF Mr. Reuben V. Sanguinet Jr. Ms. Mireille G. Savona Ms. Rita G. Sayre Schaffer Family Trust Col. and Mrs. Richard G. Schulz Scudder Family Trust DT2-85 Semanek Family Trust B Ms. Aileen Sevdy Ms. Charlotte V. Shower Sibley Living Trust The Smith Family Trust Ms. Evelyn N. Sooy Mr. and Mrs. Donald St. Pierre Mr. and Mrs. Murray Staples Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Stumpf Ms. Audrey Powell Sutton Mr. and Mrs. Joel Swanson

The Thomas H. & Maxine V. Gerzel Family Trust Waggoner Fam 97 Living Trust Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wallace Col. John C. Wertz Mr. Jerrold L. Wheaton Jr. Ms. Lucy Whiteley Mr. and Mrs. Frederick L. Williams Ms. Catherine L. Wilson Ms. Marion S. Wilson Ms. Marjorie M. Wise Ms. Cecily W. Wood GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $2,730 AFVW Foundation

Agatha J. Baxter Memorial Scholarship Endowment Fund Established in 2008 to fund scholarships to needy students of high scholastic standing who are attending institutions of higher education located in Riverside County. GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $44,923 California Baptist University College of the Desert Foundation MSJC District Foundation Palo Verde Community College District Riverside Community College Foundation UC Regents/U.C. Riverside

Albert & Anna Herdina Memorial Fund for Animals Established in January 2002 for payment of veterinary services incurred by needy senior citizens. The following fund is included in the Albert and Anna Herdina Memorial Fund for Animals:

Bertha M. Green Fund Established December 1979 to provide funds for the betterment of domestic animals in our society. GIFTS Ms. Kristen K. Dzvonick GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $75,000 Animal Samaritans SPCA Humane Society of San Bernardino Valley PAL Humane Society Ramona Humane Society Yucaipa Animal Placement Society (Y.A.P.S)

Albert B. Cutter Memorial Donor Advised Fund Established in December 2000 to benefit the needs of individuals in the City of Riverside.

Albertyn Family Donor Advised Fund Established in 2005 for broad and general charitable purposes.

Altura Credit Union Foundation Fund Established in 2004 for scholarships for students graduating from high school in order to attend colleges and universities. The following funds are included in the Altura Credit Union Foundation Fund:

Bonnie Gail Polis Donor Advised Educational Endowment Fund Established in 2004 in memory of Bonnie Gail Polis for scholarships to graduating seniors from Riverside Unified School District who intend to pursue a career in public education while in college.

Kimberly Jean Flores Memorial Donor Advised Scholarship Fund Established in 2004 in memory of Kimberly Jean Flores for scholarships to female graduating seniors from Canyon Springs High School in Moreno Valley, California.

Marian Luna Memorial Donor Advised Scholarship Fund Established in 2004 in memory of Marian Luna for scholarships to graduating seniors from Riverside County, California high schools who are the first child in their immediate family to attend college.

Terry Ferrone Memorial Donor Advised Scholarship Fund Established in 2004 in memory of Terry Ferrone for scholarships to graduating seniors from John W. North or Poly High Schools in Riverside, California pursuing a college education. GIFTS CUES Mr. Gerald D. Polis J.D. GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $32,500 Boston College Cal Poly Univ, Pomona Cal Poly Univ, San Luis Obispo California State University, Fullerton Pitzer College Princeton University Syracuse University UC Regents/U.C. Berkeley UC Regents/U.C. Davis UC Regents/U.C. Irvine UC Regents/U.C. Riverside UC Regents/U.C. San Diego UC Regents/U.C.L.A. University of Pennsylvania / Tuition University of San Diego Worcester Polytechnic Institute

The Arbor Fund a Donor Advised Fund Established December 2003 for broad, general charitable uses and purposes. GIFTS Anonymous Donors GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $194,275 Abiding Love Ministry Big Bear Believers Chapel Big Bear Foursquare Church Cal. State Univ., San Bernardino Foundation California State Parks Foundation Catholic Charities Riverside & San Bernardino Community Food Pantry of Murrieta Community Pantry


Cornerstone Compassion Center Family Service Association of Western Riverside Co. First Assembly of God First Lutheran Church First Presbyterian Church of San Bernardino Food For The Faithful Goodwill Southern California Development Dept. H E L P Inc - Hope Empathy Love And Prayer H.O.P.E., Inc. Help for the Hurting Hillside Community Church Immanuel Baptist Church In His Time Christian Fellowship Inland AIDS Project Inland Vineyard Christian Fellowship Israel Church of God in Christ KidCare, International Kingdom Life Fellowship King’s Gate Community Church La Sierra Spanish SDA Church Labor of Love Outreach Ministry Lake Hills Christian Church Love Peace & Happiness Family Church Lutheran Social Services of Southern California Manna Ministries Vision Church Menifee Valley Community Cupboard Mountain View Family Development New Hope Family Worship Center New Life Foursquare Church Ontario Spanish SDA Church Operation Provider Perris Spanish SDA Church Reaching the Unreachables Restore Educate and Change Humanity Riverside Art Museum Riverside City Mission Riverside Community College Foundation Riverside County Philharmonic Association, Inc Riverside Educational Enrichment Fdn. Riverside Hospice Salvation Army-Moreno Valley Salvation Army-Ontario San Bernardino City Mission SDA Azure Hills Church SDA Church Azure Hills SDA Church La Sierra Southwest Indian Foundation Spirit Filled Family Church St. John’s Episcopal Church Survival Ministries Perris Valley The Arc of Riverside County The G.A.P. Foodbank The Jamiya Woods Foundation The Loren L. Marner Compassionate Ministry, Inc. The Salvation Army Riverside Corps The Unforgettables Foundation The Way World Outreach Ministries UCR Foundation, Friends of UCRBG Unidos Por La Musica United Way of the Inland Valleys Valle Vista Assembly of God Victorville First Assembly of God Vineyard Christian Fellowship of San Bernardino Williams Helping Hands

Arts Connection - General Fund Established in 2012 to support the development of Arts Connection - The Arts Council for San Bernardino County GIFTS Bank of America Foundation

Assistance League of San Bernardino Established in April 1997 to provide support for philanthropic giving from the Assistance League of San Bernardino.

Baldy View ROP Endowment Fund Established January 2003.

Bank of America Hemet Community Fund Established in May 2000 with annual proceeds from the Sanford Anderson Charitable Foundation to benefit charitable organizations serving the citizens of the San Jacinto Valley. GIFTS Bank of America, N.A. GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $14,000 Assistance League of Hemacinto Hemet Hospice Volunteers, Incorporated

The Bank of Hemet Donor Advised Fund Established in December 2002 for general charitable uses and purposes. GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $14,823 California Baptist University California State University, San Bernardino St. Francis University Sterling College

Beaumont Spirit Run Fund Established in 2012 to provide funding through the annual Beaumont Spirit Run for for student programs in Beaumont schools focused around health and wellness. GIFTS Action Learning Systems, Inc. Anthem Blue Cross Atkinson, Andelson, Loya, Ruud & Romo The Bank of Hemet Mr. Christopher W. Brown Ms. Cynthia M. Cabanas Crown of Life Lutheran Church Diamond Hills Auto Group Domenico’s Joan Marie Patsky Sole Prop Kona Ice of Hemet Latino Health Collaborative Mr. Steven A. Leach Loma Linda University Medical Center Oak Valley Tax Pinnacle Medical Management LLC PJHM Architects San Gorgonio Memorial Hospital San Gorgonio Pass Round Table Sandtrap Sports Bar and Grill, Inc. Wells Fargo Philanthropic West GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $15,141 Beaumont Unified School District

Beth G. Anderson Fund to Benefit Airforce Village West Foundation Established in 2011 at Mrs. Anderson’s death to support the activities of the Airforce Village West Foundation. GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $587 AFVW Foundation Fund

Bill and Gloria Harrison Donor Advised Fund Established in 2008 GIFTS Mr. and Mrs. Bill Harrison

GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $23,500 Crafton Hills College Foundation George E. Brown Jr. Donor Advised Fund TCF Operating Fund Planned Parenthood of Orange and San Bernardino Counties San Bernardino Symphony Orchestra Association San Bernardino Valley Concert Association The Unforgettables Foundation Think Together

Bob Ellefson Memorial Donor Advised Fund for Music Education Established in May 2002 to supplement music education in Hemet, California. GIFTS Mr. and Mrs. Henry Docter Mrs. Joan Ellefson

Bruce and Nancy Varner Donor Advised Fund Established in 2004 for broad and general charitable uses and purposes. GIFTS Mr. and Mrs. Bruce D. Varner GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $27,000 A.K. Smiley Public Library & Lincoln Shrine American Cancer Society Inland Empire Unit Angels Closet Charities Assistance League of San Bernardino Beloved Foundation Bonnes Meres Auxiliary Boys & Girls Club of Redlands Cedars-Sinai Medical Center Experience Santa Clarita’s Actors’ Performing Ensemble Family Service Association of Redlands Holy Name of Jesus Catholic Community Inland Dance Theatre Inc. Junior University Loma Linda Univ. Children’s Hospital Foundation Los Angeles County High School for the Arts National Orange Show Foundation Santa Claus, Inc. Stater Bros. Charities Think Together Time For Change Foundation University of Redlands, Office of Alumni Relations Wounded Warriors Project

Brutoco-Dutton Family Scholarship Fund Established in 2007 to be used for scholarships for one or more graduating seniors from high schools of the Fontana Unified School District.

Butch Hill Donor Advised Fund Established in December 2001 to further independent living by mentally disabled adults. GIFTS Smoke Tree Ranch

California Regional Environmental Education Community Fund Established in 2008 for environmental education within the State of California . GIFTS Wells Fargo Foundation

Established in 2005 to fund scholarships for students from the Palm Springs, California area. GIFTS Mr. and Ms. Donald T. Aikens Ms. Janet S. Alfafara Ms. Barbara Mueller Mr. Angelo C. Bellomo Ms. Kathryn Bogie Dr. and Dr. Craig Borba Ms. Linda M. Bray Ms. Janet R. Callender Ms. Karen Cheney Ms. Maria Sylvia Chronister Mr. and Mrs. Glenn L. Crocker CRTA Div 89 -Palm Springs Scholarship Ms. Kristine Drake Mr. and Mrs. Jack M. Feliz Ms. Doris S. Gardner Mrs. Betty Heide Ms. Barbara J. Hickey Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. Hostrop Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Hough Ms. Marlene House Mrs. Carol A. Jackson Ms. Gloria Jefferies Mr. and Mrs. Norman F. Larson Mr. Bruce W. McLean Mr. and Mrs. Ralph C. Miller Mr. George C. Mucherson Mr. Wayne I. Myers Ms. Margaret Najarian Mr. David E. Norton Mr. Charles M. Paglia Paul A. Davis Trust Mr. Stephen A. Schullo and Mr. Dan E. Robertson Mr. Dale W. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Donald C. Smith Ms. Janice E. Sturman Ms. Marilyn Torosian Dr. and Mrs. Ralph Villani Ms. Jacqeline L. Wagner Mr. and Mrs. Ralph L. Watt Ms. Rita D. Wood GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $4,500 San Diego State University UC Regents/U.C. Berkeley UC Regents/U.C. San Diego

California Retired Teachers Association Riverside Division #21 Advised Scholarship Fund Established in 2004 to fund scholarships for university or college students planning on a career in education or a career assisting youth, ie., juvenile justice or a related field; and to benefit teachers in purchasing equipment, supplies, or field trips for their classroom. GIFTS Ms. Virginia Bruce GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $2,500 Cajon High School Rubidoux High School

Career Educational and Advancement Donor Advised Fund Established in October 2001 for general charitable uses and purposes. GIFTS Career Institute GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $1,250 Success Institute

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Cecil and Rose Oliver Advised Scholarship Fund

Clifford N. Moore & Grace Abney Moore Fund

Established in 2010 in memory of Cecil and Rose Oliver.

Established in August 1988 to provide funds to University of California, Riverside for scholarships and also provide support of the Riverside Art Museum and United Way of the Inland Valley. GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $5,638 Riverside Art Museum United Way of the Inland Valleys University of California Regents YMCA of Riverside City & County

Charles “Chuck” T. Harmon/ Gordon A. Lounsbury Memorial Endowment a Donor Advised Fund Established in 2007 for broad, general charitable purposes and to provide scholarships for students pursuing civil engineering degree programs. GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $10,000 Cal Poly Univ, Pomona Cal Poly Univ, San Luis Obispo California Baptist University

Charles and Virginia Field Charitable Fund Established in 2011 for broad and general charitable purposes and uses GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $9,700 First Congregational Church of Riverside Riverside Public Library Foundation Sam and Alfreda Maloof Foundation for The Arts and Crafts University of California, UC Riverside Foundation

Charles F. and Wilhelmina E. Clark Botanical Fund Established in August 1971 to provide funds for the establishment, development and maintenance of the botanical section of the Riverside Municipal Museum. GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $6,860 Riverside Municipal Museum

Charley and Emilie Graham Museum Fund Established in 2010 to support the Palo Verde Historical Museum in Blythe, California. GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $645 Palo Verde Historical Museum and Society

Cinco de Mayo Youth Scholarship Advised Fund

THE COMMUNITY FOUNDATION

Established August 2001 for scholarships for students of Hispanic decent living in the Corona/Norco Unified School District.

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GIFTS Corona Cinco de Mayo Committee GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $15,000 Cal Poly Univ, Pomona California State University, Fullerton Claremont McKenna College Platt College Ontario Simpson University UC Regents/U.C. Berkeley UC Regents/U.C. Irvine UC Regents/U.C. Riverside UC Regents/U.C. San Diego UC Regents/U.C.L.A. University of Southern California

The Coachella Valley Fund

Established December 1999 for general charitable interests in Riverside and San Bernardino communities.

Estate of Edith Johnson Established in 2002 by the Estate of Edith Johnson.

Fred & Eva V. Stebler Foundation Unrestricted Fund Established May 1958 for charitable uses and purposes and to benefit The Community Foundation’s Community Impact Fund.

Established in 2005 for grantmaking within the Coachella Valley The following funds are included for exclusive distribution to nonprofits in the Coachella Valley region.

GIFTS The Fred and Eva V. Stebler Foundation Trust

Bud and Myrna LaRue Stark Literacy Fund

Established in 2008 to benefit the Community Impact Fund

Established in 2007 to fund literacy projects within the Coachella Valley

Carol G. Meier Fund to Benefit Arts Education in the Coachella Valley Established in 2005 through a bequest from The Estate of Carol G. Meier to benefit arts education in the Coachella Valley.

Coachella Valley Arts Fund Established in 2006 as part of the James Irvine Foundation Communities Advancing the Arts Grant to support arts and culture organizations in the Coachella Valley.

Coachella Valley Endowment For HIV Fund Established in December 1997 to benefit agencies serving persons diagnosed with HIV living in the Coachella Valley.

George and Evelyn Howard Endowment Fund Established in 2007 for charitable purposes within the Coachella Valley of Riverside County. GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $9,900 AIDS Assistance Program Desert Cities Hunger Action, Inc. Family YMCA of the Desert Friends of the Cultural Center, Inc. Palm Springs Art Museum Rancho Mirage Public Library Foundation The Living Desert The Unforgettables Foundation Tools for Tomorrow, Inc. USO Palm Springs Xavier College Preparatory

Community Clinic Association of San Bernardino County Fund Established in 2009 to support the work of The Community Clinic Association of San Bernardino County.

Clara R. Brouse Fund

Community Impact Fund

Established July 1962 to provide funding for needy and worthy students through grants to the Regents of the University of California for use at the University of California, Riverside.

Established April 1955 to provide for the discretionary grants of The Community Foundation to agencies and organizations in Riverside and San Bernardino Counties. The following funds are included in the Community Impact Fund:

GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $60,280 University of California Regents

Estate of Charles Hunter

Dorothy Fullerton Fund Established December 1998 for general charitable interests in Riverside and San Bernardino communities.

Jacques Yeager Community Impact Fund

Jean M. King Fund Established August 1991 for general charitable interests in Riverside and San Bernardino communities.

Johnson Tractor Company Fund Established in December 1970 to benefit a variety of the donor’s interests.

Presidents Fund Established in December 1998 by Evan and Joanne Vail to benefit The Community Foundation’s Community Impact Fund.

D. Glenn Hilts Donor Advised Scholarship Fund Established December 2001 for scholarships for a member of the Seventh Day Adventist Church studying to obtain a master’s degree in library science. GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $4,500 Indiana University Simmons College University of Wisconsin -Milwaukee

Dave and Mary Hjorth Family Donor Advised Endowment Fund Established in August 1999 for general charitable uses and purposes. GIFTS Mr. David A. Hjorth GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $7,000 San Diego State University Westmont College

Dave and Mary Hjorth Family Donor Advised Granting Fund Established in 2009 for broad and general charitable purposes GIFTS Mr. and Mrs. David A. Hjorth GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $11,000 Georgetown University Pomona College Scheu Family YMCA of Upland

Desert Legacy Donor Advised Fund

GIFTS Mr. Jose Marquez Mrs. Kim A. Potter Vail Trust GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $210,570 Central City Lutheran Mission Desert Women For Equality Food Now Foothill Family Shelter Inc Friends Of The Riverside County Family Justice Center Foundation H Street Clinic Hemet United Methodist Church Hemet Valley Art Association Inc Inland AIDS Project Inland Caregiver Resource Center Lutheran Social Services Of Southern California Pacific Hospice Foundation Inc Palo Verde Valley Senior Citizens Non Profit Corporation Rainbow Pride Youth Alliance Riverside County Philharmonic Association, Inc Safe Alternatives For Everyone Inc Samaritan Counseling Center San Jose Community & Bea Main Learning Center Senior Citizens Service Center Of The Temecula Rancho Area Inc. Special Olympics Inland Empire Region Steinway Society Of Riverside County United States Adaptive Recreation Center

Established in September 2004 to inspire communities and organizations to pursue efforts, collaborations and scientific research that promote awareness and conservation of desert wilderness, parks, and other significant desert wildlands in California.

Community Response Fund

Dr. Abram I. and Sylvia S. Chasens Endowment Fund

Established in 2008 to respond to local community needs.

Cornerstone Fund Established May 1997 to provide funding to charitable organizations for emergency, urgent and unexpected demands.

GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $28,351 John Carroll University Oregon State University San Diego State University San Diego State University Research Foundation Stanford University UC Regents, University of California, Riverside University Enterprises, Inc.

Dollars For Scholars Scholarship Fund Established April 1997 to provide college scholarships according to the policies and practices of the Greater Riverside Dollars for Scholars organization. GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $3,213 Greater Riverside Dollars for Scholars

Donor Advised Family Fund of Dericksen and Mary W. Brinkerhoff Established in December 2001 for general charitable uses and purposes.

Established in 2007 to benefit the Joslyn Senior Center in Palm Desert, CA.

Dr. Barnett and Eleanor Jean Grier Advised Scholarship Fund Established December 2000 to honor the service and commitment of Dr. and Mrs. Grier in the Riverside community.


GIFTS Ms. Sylvia N. Martin-James GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $7,000 Cal Poly Univ, San Luis Obispo California Baptist University California Maritim Academy Pepperdine University UC Regents/U.C. Davis UC Regents/U.C. Riverside

GIFTS Anonymous Donors Mrs. Lynn Bogh Baldi Mr. and Mrs. Arthur S. Middleton GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $4,079 The Arc of Riverside County

Dr. Edwin A. Roberts Donor Advised Scholarship Fund

Established in 2004 to support the restoration and preservation of the cemetery.

Established in 2005 in memory of Dr. Edwin A. Roberts for general scholarships.

Drs. Herb and Cheryl Fischer Scholarship Expansion Fund Established in August 2008 for scholarships to Links International, Esperanze Scholarship Foundation, Colton High School, and Bloomington High School. GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $2,000 Brown University

Drs. Herb and Cheryl Fischer Scholarship Fund Established in August 2007 for scholarships for graduating seniors enrolled in high schools located in the County of San Bernardino. GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $4,000 Fisk University UC Regents/U.C. Davis UC Regents/U.C. Irvine UC Regents/U.C.L.A.

Edna B. Lockhart Fund Established April 1999 to provide scholarships to seniors graduating from a Riverside Unified School District High School who will attend Riverside Community College. GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $1,305 Riverside Community College Foundation

Eleanor K. Hampson Donor Advised Endowment Fund Established in December 2000 for general charitable uses and purposes.

Elissa Hepner Donor Advised Fund Established in 2009 for broad and general charitable purposes GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $1,000 Palm Springs Friends of Philharmonic

Elizabeth C. and Jack B. Clarke Sr. Donor Advised Scholarship Fund Established October 1993 as a scholarship fund commemorating the lives of Elizabeth C. and Jack B. Clarke, Sr. GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $1,536 UC Regents/U.C. San Diego UC Regents/U.C.L.A.

Ella A. Trenchard Fund Established September 1966 to provide scholarships for female music students at the Idyllwild Arts Academy summer program. GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $4,060 Idyllwild Arts Foundation

Emanuel Baldi Fund Benefiting ARC Riverside Established in 2004 in memory of Emanuel Baldi to support ARC Riverside.

Evergreen Memorial Historic Cemetery Fund

GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $461 Evergreen Memorial Historic Cemetery

Father Terry Reilly Advised Scholarship Fund Established in June 2004 in honor of Father Terry Reilly for scholarships to graduating seniors from Notre Dame and/or Woodcrest Christian High Schools who participate in extracurricular activities during their high school careers.

Fox Cultural Arts Fund Established in 2011 to support the activities of the Fox Riverside Theater Foundation

Fred Stebler and Eva V. Stebler Foundation Designated Fund Established December 2005 to benefit David and Margaret Home and Evergreen Memorial and Historic Cemetery GIFTS The Fred and Eva V. Stebler Foundation Trust GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $10,200 David and Margaret Home Evergreen Memorial Historic Cemetery

Fred Stebler and Eva V. Stebler Foundation Fund Established May 1958 to provide for the treatment and care of indigent or handicapped children within Riverside County.

Established in 2010 to support the mission and work of FACE (Federation for a Competitive Economy)

GIFTS The Fred and Eva V. Stebler Foundation Trust GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $36,322 Corona Norco Settlement House Inc Gildas Club Of The Desert Loma Linda Univ. Children’s Hospital Foundation Operation Safe House Inc

Foundation of Grand Terrace Fund

Gabbert Justice Donor Advised Fund

GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $1,300 Woodcrest Christian School System

Federation for a Competitive Economy Advised Fund

Established December 2003 to improve the community of Grand Terrace. GIFTS Mr. David R. Aleman Anonymous Donors Azure Hills Seventh Day Adventist Church Burrtec Waste Industries, Inc. City of Grand Terrace David A Radtke Marketing LLC Fraco Enterprises, Inc. Ms. LeeAnn Garcia Grand Terrace Lions Club Grand Terrace Seniors Club Grand Terrace Womans Club Ms. Jacythia A. Grande Ms. JoAnn Johnson Mr. Gary Kuderman Mr. and Mrs. Don Larkin Mr. and Ms. James P. McNaboe Mr. and Mrs. David S. Radtke Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Robles Mr. Wiley L. Snedeker Wilden GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $2,250 Boy Scouts of America, California IE Council City of Grand Terrace

Grand Terrace Dog Park Fund Established in 2010 for the purpose of providing apparatus related to the outfitting of the dog park in Grand Terrace. GIFTS Anonymous Donors Ms. JoAnn Johnson Ms. Kathy Salas Dr. Leonard A. Sigdestad

Foundation Operating Endowment Fund Established in January 1992 to provide annual operating funds to The Community Foundation. GIFTS Ms. Larranie Turk

Established December 1994 to advance the administration of justice in Riverside County including juvenile rehabilitation programs. GIFTS Justice John G. Gabbert GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $2,750 CASA for Riverside County, Inc.

George E. Brown Jr. Donor Advised Fund Established in 2010 for archival and preservation of George E. Brown Jr. Congressional papers and other related materials, and other broad and general charitable purposes and uses. GIFTS Ms. Cecilia Alvear Ms. Blythe Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Felton C. Anderson Mr. Robert D. Armenta Jr. Mr. Edward Asner Mrs. Lynn Bogh Baldi Mr. Steven A. Becker Bill and Gloria Harrison Donor Advised Fund Black Voice Foundation, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Block BPC Media Works LLC Ms. Marta Brown Ms. M. J. Bunt Mr. and Mrs. Radford Byerly Jr Ms. Lois J. Carson Central Labor Council, AFL-CIO Mr. Howard A. Cincotta City of San Bernardino Municipal Water Dept. Mr. and Mrs. George K. Clark Mr. and Mrs. Ken Coate Mr. and Mrs. Anthony L. Coelho Rabbi Hillel Cohn E W. Colglazier Jr. Ms. Melissa Conway Country Garden Flowers Mr. William F. Easley Edison International Ms. Esther R. Estrada

Ms. Karen A. Feld Ms. Rebecca Fierro Mr. and Mrs. Arthur A. Forcier DBA Fred Shorett for City Council Friends of John Longville Mr. and Mrs. Ernest F. Garcia Ms. Dorothy E. Hartley Mr. Dennis F. Hernandez Ms. Lillie Houston Dr. Ruth M. Jackson Jewish Community Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Jason C. Jimenez Mr. Edward R. Johnson Judith Valles Revocable Trust Mr. and Mrs. James E. Kinley Ms. A Lizbeth Langston Ms. Patricia A. Larson Law Offices of Fullerton, Lemann, Schaefer & Domimick, LLP Lewis for Congress Committee Mr. Gershon L. Lewis Ms. Valerie A. Lichtman Mayor and Mrs. Ronald O. Loveridge Marshall Enterprises Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Marshall Ms. Barbara Ann McGee Ms. Cheryl Mendonsa Mr. and Mrs. Norman Y. Mineta Mayor and Mrs. Patrick J. Morris Mr. Tom Mullen Mr. Daniel R. Pearson Southern California Edison Ransom Family Trust Riversiders for Ron Loveridge Mr. and Mrs. Philip H. Robb Mr. and Mrs. David A. Roberti Mr. George Roberts Mr. and Mrs. Hartland Schmidt Ms. Wanda Scruggs Seymour Consulting Group R.K. Silver Ms. Mary Tomlinson United Food and Commercial Workers Union Louis J. Van Den Berg Mr. and Mrs. Stephen G. Marlatt Ms. Nancy Ruth White Wilmer Amina Carter For Senate 2014 Mr. Joseph L. Wyatt Jr.

Gerald “Bummy” Burstein Donor Advised Endowment Fund Established in 2009 to support programs and services that will heighten and develop leadership skills for deaf students living within the County of Riverside and/or attending the California School for the Deaf, Riverside. GIFTS Mr. and Mrs. Timothy A. Laech Ms. Eleanor S. Nuernberger GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $2,500 California School for the Deaf - Riverside CSDR Community Alliance Network National Association of the Deaf

Give BIG - Riverside Fund Established in 2012 to support the 24-hour online giving event “Give BIG Riverside” GIFTS Mr. and Mrs. Lalit N. Acharya Ms. Regina M. Airey Anonymous Donors Best Best & Krieger, LLP Bodycare Clinic Champion Electric, Inc. City of Riverside La Sierra University The Norris Group Schwab Fund for Charitable Giving Scott and Beverly Bailey Family Foundation

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The Gladys Pedlow (Wilcox) Memorial Fund Established in 2002 to be used by The Riverside Public Library for the purchase of books, periodicals, and library materials. GIFTS Lola L. Pedlow CRUT fbo Robert Wilcox

Grant Nunnally Memorial Scholarship at Woodcrest Christian High School in Riverside, CA Established in 2005 in memory of Grant Nunnally for scholarships to an outstanding senior and student athlete at Woodcrest Christian High School in Riverside, CA. GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $1,514 Westmont College

Growcology Fund Established in 2010 to support the work of Growcology GIFTS City of Riverside Wells Fargo Community Support Campaign

Harns Family Donor Advised Fund Established in 2006 for broad and general charitable purposes. GIFTS Harns Family Endowed Donor Advised Fund GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $5,800 Boy Scouts of America, Orange County Council Youth Grantmakers Committee Fund TCF Operating Fund

Harns Family Endowed Donor Advised Fund Established in 2007 for broad and general charitable purposes GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $14,575 Harns Family Donor Advised Fund

HDRN Operations Fund

THE COMMUNITY FOUNDATION

Established in 2011 to support the programs of The High Desert Resource Network.

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GIFTS 2005 Tate Family Trust AM Development Group Azusa Pacific University Bank of America Foundation Bounce Realty Ms. Claire M. Boyer The Bradco Companies California Consumer Protection Foundation California Wellness Foundation City of Victorville San Bernardino Countywide Nonprofit Capacity Building Strategy Desert Valley Hospital Edison International Hi-Desert Church of Religious Science High Desert Resource Network Mr. and Mrs. Mark D. Hutchason ISU Insurance Services-ARMAC Mr. and Mrs. Christopher B. Lindsay Mr. and Mrs. Ray Long Mr. John K. Matteson Merrill Lynch - Bank of America Corp Ms. Vici Nagel NGR Energy Mrs. Lori R. Reid-Denham and Mr. Matthew B. Denham S. Mark Taper Foundation

San Manuel Tribal Adminstration Sara’s Hope Charitable Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Bradford L. Smith Southwest Gas Corporation Foundation St. Mary Medical Center Streams in the Desert Foundation, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie A. Torres Town of Apple Valley Union Bank Employee Workplace Campaign Union Bank, N.A. - Trust Department Union Pacific Foundation US Bank Victor Valley Community Dental Service Program Wells Fargo Foundation WellSaid! Communications

Hemet Education Foundation Endowment Fund Established in April 2000 to more effectively enhance the educational enrichment experience for all children served by the Hemet Unified School District. GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $10,845 Hemet Education Foundation

Hemet Library Foundation Fund Established in January 2001 to provide for the programs, equipment and furnishings of the Hemet Public Library. GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $1,978 Hemet Library Foundation

The Hemet Lions Club Endowed Donor Advised Fund Established in November 2006 for broad and general charitable uses and purposes. GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $3,400 Community Pantry Friends in Sight Guide Dogs of the Desert

Henry W. Coil and Alice Edna Coil Donor Advised Fund Established in 2004 for special, unusual or unique circumstances affecting 501c3 non-profit organizations in Riverside County or schools in the Riverside Unified School District in Riverside, California.

The High Desert Endowment Fund Established in 2007 for general charitable uses and purposes.

Idyllwild Community Fund Established in 1996 to benefit the residents of Idyllwild and surrounding communities. The following funds are included in the Idyllwild Community Fund:

Eva Baerwald Fund Established April 1997 to benefit the Idyllwild Community

Hans Baerwald Advised Fund Established in October 1997 to benefit the Idyllwild Community.

Harriet Ruth Montelius Fund Established in 2010 to support the Idyllwild Commnity Fund

Mildred Capraro Kinnan Fund Established in 2010 to support the Idyllwild Commnity Fund GIFTS Acorn Gallery Ms. Anna P. Ancheta

Anonymous Donors Brause Family Trust Mr. and Mrs. Edwin S. Brown The California Endowment— Goldberg Chartiable Fund Mr. and Mrs. Peter C. Capparelli Mr. Nobuko Christenson Mr. Brian D. Cohen Mr. and Mrs. George L. Companiott Mr. and Mrs. Craig Coopersmith Mr. and Mrs. Red Corbett Ms. Lorel Cornman and Mr. Willard Johnson Ms. Jayne Davis Dr. Byron Edwards Mr. Mike Esnard and Ms. Robin DeMatteo Mr. and Mrs. Chic Fojtik Ms. Katherine H. Grigsby Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Halkin Mr. Edwin S. Hansen and Mrs. Joy Woodman Ms Kathleen Harmon-Luber Mr. and Mrs. Tom Higgins Mrs. and Mrs. Elisabeth Jaspers-Fayer Ms. Marilyn Kemple Mr. and Mrs. Chris Kramer Mr. Ron Krull Ms. Jane Levy Ms. Doris Lombard Ms. Janice Lyle Mr. Mel Montgomery Lynch Ms. Marsha Lytle Ms. Gina MacDonald Ms. Mary Ann Miller Mr. Ron Perry and Ms. Doris Lombard Ms. Veda Roubideaux Mr. Michael P. Rummel Ms. Mara Schoner Mr. and Mrs. Bob Smith Mr. Bob Stearns Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Streeter Ms. Trish Tuley and Mr. Dore Capitani Mr. Les Widerynski and Ms. Deborah Gmeiner Ms. Joy R. Woodman GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $14,590 Friends of the San Jacinto Mountains County Parks Human Relations Council Of Greater Hemet San Jacinto Menifee Idyllwild Animal Rescue Friends Inc Idyllwild Garden Club Idyllwild Help Center Idylwild Area Historical Society Isis Theatre Company Mountain Communities Fire Safe Council Mountain Disaster Preparedness Group PTA California Congress Of Parents Teachers & Students Inc Youth Grantmakers Committee Idyllwild Fund

Idyllwild Community Fund General Operations Donor Advised Fund Established in November 2001 to support general operations for the Idyllwild Community Fund. GIFTS Brause Family Trust Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Brause Mr. and Mrs. Edwin S. Brown Ms. Diann Coate Mr. and Mrs. Mel Goldfarb Mr. Edwin S. Hansen and Mrs. Joy Woodman Ms. Bronwyn Jones and Mr. David Heimenz Mr. Ron Krull Ms. Chris Maxson Mr. and Mrs. David Pelham Ms. Dianne Suechika and Mr. Phill Drell Mr. and Mrs. James W. Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Ron Voell

Idyllwild Pines Endowment Fund Established in 2004 in support of the Idyllwild Pines Camp and Conference Center

Illes Family Donor Advised Fund Established in 2008 to benefit Riverside Public Library Branch Services and other general charitable uses and purposes

Inland Southern California Wildfire Relief Fund Established in October 2007 to respond to the needs of those affected by the fall wildfires.

Irene S. Rockwell Fund Established August 1982 to provide funding for projects and programs benefiting the residents of the City of Perris, California. GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $7,484 AXIS Foundation, Inc. City of Perris Community Services Dept. Habitat for Humanity Intl., Inc. Inland Valley Perris Valley Historical and Museum Association

James and Cecilia Cuevas Family Donor Advised Endowment Fund Established in December 2000 for general charitable uses and purposes. GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $3,000 Creighton University Scripps College

James and Cecilia Cuevas Family Donor Advised Gifting Fund Established in December 2000 for general charitable uses and purposes. GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $12,780 Cal. State Univ., San Bernardino Foundation ChildFund International Christian Foundation for Children & Aging Notre Dame High School Operation Safehouse Youth Grantmakers Committee Fund

James Bernard and Mildred Jordan Tucker Fund Established April 1983 to benefit disabled persons who are dependent on the use of a wheel chair for mobility. GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $41,741 Canine Support Teams, Inc. Cove Communities Senior Association INCIGHT Queen of Hearts Therapeutic Riding Center Inc Sam and Alfreda Maloof Foundation for The Arts and Crafts

James K. Wilden Fund Established in December 1988 to provide funds that benefit a variety of the donor’s interests. GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $98,423 Arrowhead United Way Azusa Pacific University City of Hope Family Service Association of Redlands Guideposts Foundation Inland Empire United Way Redlands Community Hospital Foundation Redlands Day Nursery Riverside Community Health Foundation Salvation Army-Redlands Salvation Army-San Bernardino The Salvation Army Riverside Corps United Way of the Inland Valleys World Vision, Inc.


James L. Antoyan Donor Advised Fund Established in 2007 for broad and general charitable purposes.

James Spears Scholarship Fund Established in March 2003 to provide scholarships to graduating seniors at high schools in the City of Upland. GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $32,684 Upland Foothill Kiwanis Foundation, Inc.

Jeffery Owens Community Center Fund Established in 2004 to establish and support a community center in memory of Jeffrey Owens for the LGBT population in Riverside, California. GIFTS Ms. Theresa Greek

Jewish Federation of Palm Springs and Desert Area Fund Established in November 2008 to benefit the charitable activities of the Jewish Federation of Palm Springs and Desert Area The following funds are included in the Jewish Federation of Palm Springs and Desert Area Fund:

Jewish Federation of Palm Springs and Desert Area Fund M. Weissman Established in November 2008 to benefit the charitable activities of the Jewish Federation of Palm Springs and Desert Area

Jewish Federation of Palm Springs and Desert Area Fund S. Weissman Established in November 2008 to benefit the charitable activities of the Jewish Federation of Palm Springs and Desert Area GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $45,000 Jewish Federation of Palm Springs and Desert Area

Jim and Susie Jaqua Donor Advised Fund Established in 2003 for general charitable uses and purposes. GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $2,000 American Legion, Post 266 Mayhew-Vincent White Cane

Joanna Hayes Foundation Fund

Junior League of Riverside Endowment Fund Established in July 1999 to provide longterm funding of Junior League’s community outreach programs.

Jurupa Mountains Discovery Center Compensation Fund Established in November 1990 to provide funds for compensation for scientific personnel that are employed by the Jurupa Mountains Discovery Center. GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $19,382 Jurupa Mountains Discovery Center

Jurupa Mountains Discovery Center Maintenance Fund Established in November 1990 to provide funds for the maintenance and security of grounds and buildings at the site. GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $67,173 Jurupa Mountains Discovery Center

Kathleen Gonzales Advised Scholarship Fund

Established in 2009 to support the work of the Joanna Hayes Foundation, including scholarships

Established February 2005 to provide scholarships to law students (preferably Latino/Chicano) who can prove need of financial aid.

Helene E. Berman Seidenfeld Lion of Judah Endowment Fund

GIFTS Carlthrop School

Kiwanis Club of Riverside Endowment Fund

Established in June 2009 to benefit the charitable activities of the Jewish Federation of Palm Springs and Desert Area “Lion of Judah” program.

John and Mary Vanderzyl Funding The Future for Children’s Services at the Riverside Public Library

Established in October 2000 to benefit the charitable activities of the club.

Jewish Federation of Palm Springs and Desert Area Fund -Bronstein Established in November 2008 to benefit the charitable activities of the Jewish Federation of Palm Springs and Desert Area

Jewish Federation of Palm Springs and Desert Area Fund -F. Lee Auerbach Established in November 2008 to benefit the charitable activities of the Jewish Federation of Palm Springs and Desert Area

Jewish Federation of PalmSprings and Desert Area Fund - Gorelik Established in November 2008 to benefit the charitable activities of the Jewish Federation of Palm Springs and Desert Area

Jewish Federation of Palm Springs and Desert Area Fund H. Shweid Established in November 2008 to benefit the charitable activities of the Jewish Federation of Palm Springs and Desert Area

Jewish Federation of Palm Springs and Desert Area Fund - Kitsis Established in November 2008 to benefit the charitable activities of the Jewish Federation of Palm Springs and Desert Area

Jewish Federation of Palm Springs and Desert Area Fund M. Shweid Established in November 2008 to benefit the charitable activities of the Jewish Federation of Palm Springs and Desert Area

Established in February 2000 to benefit Children’s Library Services for the Riverside Public Library Foundation.

GIFTS Mrs. Nora L. Teasley, CPA GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $7,058 Kiwanas Club of Riverside

GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $4,031 Riverside Public Library Foundation

Knudtson Family Donor Advised Fund

John Elmer Smith Western Book Endowment Fund

Established in December 2003 for general charitable purposes particularly Children & Families and Health & Human Services.

Established in August 1999 to provide funding for a western book collection in memory of John Elmer Smith at the Great Falls Montana Public Library. GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $2,020 Great Falls Public Library Foundation

GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $4,086 Ronald McDonald House Charities of Southern California/Loma Linda

Korff Family Advised Fund

The Johnson Foundation Advised Scholarship Fund

Established in 2010 for general charitable purposes

Established August 2000 for scholarships to students who otherwise would not be able to attend private elementary, middle and high schools located in Riverside and San Bernardino Counties.

GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $2,500 Malibu Jewish Center & Synagogue

GIFTS The Johnson Foundation GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $201,924 Loma Linda Academy Notre Dame High School Woodcrest Christian School System

Johnson Tractor Company Fund Established in December 1970 to benefit a variety of the donor’s interests. GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $19,506 Stanford University Community Impact Fund University of Redlands

Junior League of Riverside Agency Endowment Fund Established in June 2007 to provide longterm funding of Junior League’s community outreach programs.

Lena T. Pond Fund Established January 1993 to establish scholarships to students who study nursing. GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $54,604 Cal. State Univ., San Bernardino Foundation California Baptist University Chaffey College Foundation College of the Desert Foundation Copper Mountain College Foundation Loma Linda University MSJC District Foundation Palo Verde Community College District Riverside Community College Foundation San Bernardino Valley College Foundation Victor Valley College District Foundation

Leona Aronoff Charitable Foundation Donor Advised Fund Established in 2004 for general charitable uses and purposes. GIFTS Mrs. Leona Aronoff-Sadacca

GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $275,000 Congregation Emanu-El Loma Linda Univ. Children’s Hospital Foundation

Leonard Family Scholarship Fund Established in 2007 to be used for one or more scholarships for the nursing program at California State University San Bernardino. GIFTS Dr. Cheryl Fischer

LEVEF Advised Endowment Fund Established in 2007 for Scholarships. GIFTS Anonymous Donors Architecture for Education Incorporated Atkinson, Andelson, Loya, Ruud & Romo Mr. Allen Baldwin Barnhart, Inc. Committee to Elect Daryl Hickman Mr. and Mrs. G. Steven Dodd Echo Pacific Construction, Inc Elsinore Valley Municipal Water District Erickson - Hall Construction Co. Integrity Pro Real Estate Services Marsol Inc. Mr. Ryan M. Mulvanny Quality Pump Service Riverside USD Employee Payroll Deductions SchoolsFirst Credit Union Mr. Michael T. Sepulveda Ms. Kathy J. Sigloch Southwest Healcare System Udder-ly Inc. Whitehorn Construction Co. Yasuko Yamauchi GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $10,000 Biola University California Baptist University Lake Elsinore Unified School District Pasadena City College UC Regents/U.C. Irvine UC Regents/U.C. San Diego UC Regents/U.C. Santa Barbara University of Hawaii at Manoa University of Redlands

Lorna B. Rich Endowment Fund Established in 2005 to benefit Eden Lutheran Church in Riverside and St. Luke Lutheran Church in St. Paul Minnesota. GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $3,420 Eden Lutheran Church St. Luke Lutheran Church

Lorraine J. Cardin Donor Advised Scholarship Fund Established in 2004 to award scholarships to seniors graduating from La Sierra High School in the Alvord Unified School District who excel in the Study of Foreign Languages

Louise J. Funk Scholarship Fund Established December 1997 for college scholarships to graduates of a Riverside Unified School District high school. GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $3,134 Greater Riverside Dollars for Scholars

Louise Taylor Scholarship Fund Established December 2000 to benefit the Banning Dollars for Scholars, distributing scholarships to graduates of Banning High School. GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $4,003 Citizen’s Scholarship Foundation of Banning

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Lucille and Roy Anderberg Nursing Scholarship Fund

GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $3,048 Riverside Public Library

Established July 2001 to provide scholarships to financially needy and academically qualified nursing students enrolling or enrolled in the RN programs at Riverside Community College and California State University San Bernardino.

Mildred E. Smernoff Animal Care Fund

GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $2,431 California State University, San Bernardino Riverside Community College Foundation

GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $15,000 Animal Friends of the Valleys

Lucille B. Anderberg Scholarship Fund in Memory of Arthur and Lillian Bird Established November 1999 to provide scholarships to graduating students of Elida High School in New Mexico who enroll at a New Mexico post-secondary educational institution. GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $1,755 Eastern New Mexico University New Mexico Jr. College

Luise Hass Donor Advised Fund Established in March 2000 as a memorial by her family, the Ettners. GIFTS Mrs. Cathy M. Cooney GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $877 Alternatives to Domestic Violence Violence Free Crisis Line

March Field Museum Fund Established in December 1998 to provide an income to the Museum Foundation.

Marcus’s Heart Foundation Fund Established in 2010 for broad and general charitable uses and purposes

Margaret B. Branchflower Endowment Fund Established by the Rotary Club of Beaumont Foundation to support their activities

Established in November 2006 to provide income to the Mizell Senior Center. GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $62,536 Mizell Senior Center, Inc.

Mojave Desert Supplemental Environmental Project -Nutro Established in 2009 to provide scholarships and grants for environmentally beneficial projects within the Air Quality Management District and at Cal State University, San Bernardino. GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $9,000 Antelope Valley College California State University Channel Islands Case Western Reserve University Humboldt State University San Diego State University Stanford University UC Regents/U.C. Berkeley UC Regents/U.C. Riverside UC Regents/U.C. San Diego

Mojave National Preserve Conservancy Fund Established in 2009 with a grant from the Desert Legacy Fund (DELF) to assist the Mojave National Preserve Conservancy in incorporating as a 501c3 charitable organization.

GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $85,495 Riverside Public Library

Martha’s Village and Kitchen Food Fund Endowment

Molly Adams Endowed Scholarship Fund

Established in 2009 for food and food services at Martha’s Village and Kitchen in Indio, California

Established in November 2006 to provide scholarships for disabled youth wanting a college education.

GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $48,190 Martha’s Village & Kitchen

GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $116,810 Barstow Community College District Cal. State Univ., San Bernardino Foundation California Baptist University California State University, San Bernardino Chaffey College Foundation College of the Desert Foundation Copper Mountain College Foundation Crafton Hills College Foundation Loma Linda University MSJC District Foundation Palo Verde Community College District Riverside Community College Foundation San Bernardino Valley College Foundation UC Regents/U.C. Riverside Victor Valley College District Foundation

Established in March 1984 to provide funding to the Riverside Public Library to supplement the purchase of books, periodicals and materials.

THE COMMUNITY FOUNDATION

The Mizell Senior Center Endowment Fund

GIFTS Ms. Katherine J. Allen Ms. Lisa Belenky Mr. Kevin Cook Mr. Thomas Eisenhauer Mr. Bob Ellis Susannah Martin Ms. Maria Repke Mr. G. Sidney Silliman Mr. Benjamin Spillman Mr. Ryan M. Tubbs

Margaret Morgan & Mary Morgan Pedlow Memorial Fund

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Established in December 2006 for care and treatment of animals for needy and low income individuals in Southwest Riverside County

The Maupin Family Donor Advised Fund Established in 2005 for broad and charitable purposes. GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $1,755 Discover The World, Inc.

Maxine Tate Library Fund Established in December 2000 by Dwight Tate in memory of his mother to extend and enhance library services to people living in the City of Riverside. GIFTS Mr. Dwight Tate and Ms. Kathy A. Wright

Music Changing Lives Fund Established in 2012 to support the programs of Music Changing Lives GIFTS Music Changing Lives

Myron M. Winslow Fund Established November 1976 to provide scholarships for agricultural professions, including those interested in studying to be a veterinarian at California colleges and universities. GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $14,964 Cal Poly Univ, Pomona UC Regents/U.C. Riverside Victor Valley College District Foundation

Oak Grove Center for Education Treatment & the Arts Fund

Pavement Recycling Systems Scholarship Fund in Memory of Chuck Harmon, Dick Sprinkle, Gordon Lounsbury Established in 2009 to provide post secondary education funancial assistance to outstanding graduating seniors who are pursuing a college education or traning through an approved trade school and are residents of the city of Riverside or the city of Blythe. GIFTS Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gove GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $20,152 Pitzer College UC Regents/U.C. Irvine UC Regents/U.C. Riverside UC Regents/U.C.L.A.

Established in 2010 to benefit Oak Grove Center for Education Treatment & the Arts

Peggy Fouke Wortz Memorial Community Impact Fund

Old Riverside Foundation Fund

Established in March 2004 for general charitable uses and purposes.

Established in 2011 to support the efforts of the Old Riverside Foundation.

TCF Operating Fund Established to support the operations of The Community Foundation. GIFTS Amy Sausser Consulting Mrs. Lynn Bogh Baldi Bank of America, N.A. Best Best & Krieger, LLP Bill and Gloria Harrison Donor Advised Fund Mr. and Mrs. William H. Bonnett, Jr. Citizens Business Bank Community Bank Mr. and Mrs. James J. Cuevas Edgewood Partners Insurance Center Mr. Stan M. Grube Harns Family Endowed Donor Advised Fund Dr. and Mrs. Albert K. Karnig Krieger & Stewart Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. LaGuess Living Trust of Geoffrey C. Dean Mr. and Mrs. James C. Mc Grew Mayor and Mrs. Patrick J. Morris O’Reilly Public Relations Mr. and Mrs. D. Matt Pim Powell & Spafford, LLP Private Asset Management, Inc. Riverside County Treasurer / Supervisor Marion Ashley’s Office Robertson’s Mr. and Mrs. Ali Sahabi Mr. and Mrs. Philip M. Savage III Franci and Eric Johnson Charitable Fund Taxpayers for Bob Dutton - Supervisor 2018 Wells Fargo The Wright Image Mr. Garth Ziegler

OPR Advised Charity Fund Established by O’Reilly Public Relations in 2008 for broad and general charitable purposes.

GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $131,644 TCF Operating Fund Youth Grantmakers Fund

Peggy Fouke Wortz Friends of the Family Fund to Benefit Family Service Assoc. of Western Riverside Co. Established in October 1999 to benefit Family Service Association of Western Riverside County. GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $4,165 Family Service Association of Western Riverside County

Perris Valley Heritage Fund Established March 2003 for the historic preservation of the Perris Valley. GIFTS Perris Valley Historical and Museum Association

PG&E Community Fund Established in 2011 to provide charitable support for nonprofit corporations providing services to communities in the Counties of San Bernardino, Riverside, Los Angeles and/ or Kern. GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $124,100 4-H Club / Hinkley Rollicking Ranchers Barstow Community College Foundation Barstow Community Hospital Auxiliary Barstow Police Activities League Barstow Unified School District Desert Manna Ministries Hinkley Senior Center Kiwanis Club of Barstow Mojave Valley United Fund Success Institute Topock Elementary School District

The Pick Group Fund

Parkview Community Hospital Foundation Endowment Fund

Established in 2010 for the philanthropic activities of The Pick Group purposed with the goal of bettering the community at large.

Established in September 2001 to provide for the programs and administration of Parkview Community Hospital.

Pinch Hit for Kids Fund

Paul and Carol Fick Donor Advised Fund for the Arts Established in December 2006 to support the arts in and around Riverside, California.

Established by the Lake Elsinore Storm in 2011 to support broad and general charitable purposes.

Plymouth Tower Fund Established in March 1994 to provide resources to The First Congregational Church of Riverside for outreach services to senior citizens in downtown Riverside.


GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $1,581 First Congregational Church of Riverside

Randall and Janell Lewis Scholarship Fund

Polly R. Reynolds Fund

Established in 2007 to be used for scholarships for one or more graduating seniors from high schools of the Fontana Unified School District.

Established in January 2002 to benefit a variety of the donor’s interests. GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $7,282 Arthritis Foundation, Inc. Coachella Valley Housing Coalition Palm Desert Community Presbyterian Church Redlands United Church of Christ Pooled Scholarship Master Fund

The Pooled Scholarship Fund is comprised of the following Individual Scholarship funds: Charles E. Brouse Fund Established December 1947 to provide scholarships to needy and worthy students so that they have an opportunity to secure a higher education.

Eleanor Pearl Hunter Trust Established in April 2000 to assist needy and deserving young people to further their education.

Elizabeth W. Vermillion Fund Established November 1992 to provide college level education to young men and women.

Ida B. Bruce Fund Established April 1992 to provide scholarships benefiting needy students of the City of Riverside.

Leon S. Heseman Fund Established February 1968 to provide scholarships for students attending four-year institutions within the State of California.

Tillie Ayres Fund Established November 1970 for the purposes of providing scholarships to college students.

William B. Brooks Memorial Scholarship Fund Established May 1997 to provide scholarships. GIFTS Mr. Timothy M. Kelley and Ms. Vicki Broach Ms. Irene Marie McCahill and Mr. and Mrs. J. William McCahill Mr. and Mrs. William W. Schreiber Mr. Paul R. Wiley GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $224,683 Barstow Community College District Cal. State Univ., San Bernardino Foundation California Baptist University Chaffey College Foundation College of the Desert Foundation Copper Mountain College Foundation Crafton Hills College Foundation Greater Riverside Dollars for Scholars Loma Linda University MSJC District Foundation Palo Verde Community College District Riverside Community College Foundation San Bernardino Community Scholarship Association San Bernardino Valley College Foundation University of Redlands Victor Valley College District Foundation

Reed Memorial Fund for the Blind Established in October 1961 to benefit the American Foundation for the Blind and the California School for the Blind.

Richard F. and Mary C. Boyles Memorial Advised Scholarship Fund Established April 2002 for a student graduating from Lincoln High School in Riverside USD. GIFTS The Clorox Company Foundation Gift Match

Richard P. Laabs Endowment Fund

GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $3,721 American Foundation For The Blind California School for the Blind

Established in May 2000 to provide supplies used in teaching the arts by alternative/ correctional education teachers.

Reginald Keith Edmond II Donor Advised Scholarship Fund

GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $239 Riverside County Office of Education

Established in 2008 in memory of Reginald Keith Edmond II for scholarships to support student athletes graduating from Arlington High School; for scholarships to a graduating senior participating in the Young Black Scholars program, residing in Riverside or San Bernardino Counties; and for other general charitable uses and purposes.

RIMS AVID Dollars for Scholars Advised Scholarship Fund

GIFTS Ms. Helen M. Ahn Ms. Sakeena Amin Anonymous Donors Dr. and Mrs. Charles Beaty Ms. Louise B. Black-Robinson Ms. Cynthia Carter Dr. Edward B. Cooper Ms. Erinn O. Cooper Crossword Christian Fellowship Ms. Abelina Eckroth Mr. and Mrs. Reginald Keith Edmond I Mr. and Mrs. Kelly Flanagan Ms. Maria G. Garcia Mr. Gilberto Gil Ms. Laurie C. Haessly Ms. Cheryl A. Harvey The Henry Adams Trust Ms. Eileen Henry-Sandor Ms. Calondra Jolly Mr. and Mrs. James B. Kammert Mr. Kenneth Martinel Ms. and Ms. Janelle R. Moorehead Ms. Nna E. Ohiaeri Mr. Lashan R. Patterson Mr. and Mrs. Raymond L. Phillips Mr. Rolando Regino Ms. Melody F. Riley Security Income Tax Service Ms. Linda C. Tillie-Lesure Mr. and Mrs. Marco L. Torres Mr. and Mrs. Larry W. Ward Ms. Valerie Weir Ms. Regina R. Williams Wilmer Amina Carter For Senate 2014 Ms. Beverly Zehringer GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $5,000 Baylor University Biola University Cal Poly Univ, Pomona UC Regents/U.C.L.A. United States Naval Academy

Reid Park Fund Established in July 1998 to provide funding for maintenance of Reid Park, located on Orange Street in the City of Riverside.

Richard and Virginia Schneider Fund Established in May 2002 for general charitable uses and purposes. GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $7,458 Zion Lutheran Church

Established December 2002 to benefit students graduating from AVID programs in Riverside, Inyo, Mono, and San Bernardino Counties. GIFTS Anonymous Donors Ms. Keisa Brown Ms. Linda Burke Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Erfort Ms. Linda L. Johnson Knott’s Berry Farm Ms. Susan A. LeBlanc Ms. Katherine Neal Mr. and Mrs. James M. Norton Ms. Kathryn S. O’Connell Scholarship America, Inc. Ms. Vivian T. Shaw Six Flags California Mr. and Mrs. Richard K. Stalder Ms. Denise Stevens Ms. Monica Valdez Mrs. Ofelia Valdez-Yeager Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Van Gundy Ms. Donna Vincent Mr. and Mrs. Bret R. Warner Mr. and Mrs. Daniel L. Watson GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $22,000 Cal Poly Univ, Pomona Cal Poly Univ, San Luis Obispo California State University, Fullerton California State University, San Bernardino California State University, San Marcos Pitzer College San Diego State University Skidmore College UC Regents/U.C. Berkeley UC Regents/U.C. Irvine UC Regents/U.C. Riverside UC Regents/U.C. San Diego UC Regents/U.C.L.A.

Riverside Against Drugs Advised Fund Established in October 2002 by Marie Fritts to benefit drug-prevention programs of Riverside and Alvord Unified School Districts. GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $700 Riverside Peacemakers

Riverside Arts and Culture Donor Advised Fund Established in March 2001 to benefit the Arts in the City of Riverside and surrounding unincorporated areas. GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $599 Riverside Community College Foundation

Riverside Construction Company Donor Advised Fund Established in 2007 for broad, charitable purposes to include scholarships for students pursuing civil engineering degree programs.

Riverside County Bar Foundation Donor Advised Fund Established in December 2003 for general charitable uses and purposes.

Riverside County Philharmonic Orchestral Endowment Fund Established in March 1998 to provide an income stream to the Philharmonic. GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $1,773 Riverside County Philharmonic Association

Riverside Education Enrichment Fund Established in January 1993 to provide income to supplement services to benefit students of the Riverside Unified School District. GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $13,433 Riverside Educational Enrichment Foundation

Riverside Ending Homelessness Fund Established in 2009 to fund operations, programs, and activities at the City of Riverside Homeless Multi-Service Campus and other activities that advance the city’s adopted strategies to address homelessness. GIFTS Ms. Christine Halstead Ms. Linda Niemiller Ms. Marisa Russo

Riverside Land Conservancy Fund Established in August 1999 to provide an income stream to the Land Conservancy.

Riverside Museum Associates/ Rible Education Fund Established in March 2002 for educational programs at the Riverside Municipal Museum. GIFTS Riverside Museum Associates GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS; $1,599 Riverside Museum Associates

Riverside Public Library Foundation Fund Established in 2000 to support the Riverside Public Library Foundation GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS; $3,575 Riverside Public Library Foundation

The Robert A. Dailey Scholarship Fund Established in 2008 for scholarships

Robert and Cheryl Fey Donor Advised Community Fund Established in November 2006 for broad and general charitable uses and purposes. GIFTS Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fey GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS; $45,000 Stroke Recovery Center University of California, UC Riverside Foundation Youth Grantmakers Committee Fund

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Robert E. Hana Donor Advised Fund Established in 2009 for broad and general charitable purposes.

The Robert H. Gurr and Nancy Gurr Johnston Educational Book Fund Established March 2004 for the purchase of printed books and periodicals for students in grades 7 through 8 within RUSD to inspire and excite students to pursue careers in the practical trades. Trades to be included are mechanical, electrical, and electronic trades, including automotive, aircraft industries, theatrical and themed entertainment, audio and lighting. GIFTS Mr. Louie F. Garcia GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS; $1,309 Riverside Educational Enrichment Foundation

The Robert J. Fraiman Foundation Established in November 2007 for broad and general charitable purposes GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS; $1,000 Eisenhower Medical Center Foundation

Robin G. Thrapp Memorial Scholarship Fund Established in 2009 for scholarships to students enrolled in the nursing program at Riverside Community College who have demonstrated compassion and a high level of quality of care and deemed outstanding by faculty at the college.

Roy W. and Lucille B. Anderberg Endowment Fund Established in July 2001 for the benefit of Eden Lutheran Church, Riverside, California. GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS; $1,355 Eden Lutheran Church

Roy W. Anderberg Scholarship Fund in Memory of Andrew and Betty Anderberg Established November 1999 to benefit graduate students at a Lutheran seminary. GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS; $2,395 Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary

Ruth Schroff Donor Advised Fund Established April 1984 for purposes mainly to assist African American and Hispanic students in obtaining college education. GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS; $1,959 University of California, Los Angeles University of Nevada, Las Vegas

S.L. Gimbel Foundation Advised Fund THE COMMUNITY FOUNDATION

Established in 2010 for broad and general charitable purposes

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GIFTS S.L. Gimbel Foundation GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $3,852,201 A World for Children Abode Services African Child Foundation Against Abuse, Inc. AIDS Healthcare Foundation AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin Alegna Community Development Corp. American Cancer Society Animal Samaritans SPCA Arizona Animal Welfare League Arizona Land and Water Trust, Inc.

Arkansas Food Bank Arts & Learning Conservatory Barren River Area Safe Space, Inc. Bay Area Food Bank Better Basics Blue Grass Community Foundation Blue Planet Network Bob Marshall Wilderness Foundation Books for Africa Boys & Girls Club of Kern County Bright Prospect Broadway Center for the Performing Arts Burlington Transitional Living Cener Care and Share Food Bank for Southern Colorado Catholic Charities Riverside & San Bernardino Central Coast YMCA Central Illinois Foodbank Children of the Night Children’s Dance Foundation Chrysalis House, Inc. Coachella Valley Housing Coalition Columbine Home Health, Inc. Community Action Partnership of Kern Community Forest Trust Community SeniorServ, Inc. Connections for Abused Women and Their Children Covenant House New Orleans Desert Samaritans for Seniors Doctors Without Borders Downtown Women’s Center Ear Candy Productions, Inc. East Bay Center for the Performing Arts East Valley Adult Resources Eatonville Area Council El Camino Homeless Organization Emergency Food Network of Tacoma/Pierce County Emmaus House Environmental Nature Center Families Forward Family Abuse Center Family Service, Inc. FIND Food Bank, Inc. First Presbyterian Church of San Bernardino FISH Food Banks of Pierce County FISH Hospital Pantries Flathead Food Bank Florida West Coast Public Broadcasting, Inc. Food Bank Coalition of San Luis Obispo County Foothill Family Shelter Inc Free Arts for Abused Children of Arizona Friends For Life Corporation Fullerton Interfaith Emergency Service, Inc. Galilee Center Glacier National Park Fund God’s Pantry Food Bank Grace Community Food Pantry GRID Alternatives Inland Empire H E L P Inc - Hope Empathy Love And Prayer Hearts & Lives Helena Food Share, Inc. Hidden Harvest Corporation High Desert Homeless Services, Inc. Hilltop Artists in Residence Homeless Assistance Leadership Organization Hospice of Homer Hospice of San Luis Obispo County HOTEL INC Humane Society of South Coastal Georgia, Inc. Humane Society of the Delta, Inc. Huntsville Symphony Orchestra Inland AIDS Project Inland Empire Waterkeeper Inland Valley Council of Churches Inside the Outdoors Foundation Jefferson County Schools Public Education Foundation John Bartram Association

Jovenes, Inc. Kalikolehua - El Sistema Hawaii Kern Around The Clock Foundation KOCE-TV Foundation La Sierra High School Latino Center for Prevention and Action in Health and Welfare LEAP Learning Center LifeStyles of Maryland Foundation, Inc. Lorraine’s Soup Kitchen and Pantry, Inc. Main Street Murals Martha’s Village & Kitchen McPherson Magnet Educatin Foundation Memphis Museums, Inc. Menifee Valley Community Cupboard MIND Research Institute Missoula Food Bank, Inc. Mizell Senior Center, Inc. Mojave Desert Land Trust Mojave Valley United Fund Montana Food Bank Network MORE HEALTH, Inc. Moveable Feast Lexington, Inc. National Audubon Society National Relief Charities Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County Nevada Humane Society New Beginnings for Animals Newport Bay Conservancy North Dakota Women’s Network Northern Illinois Food Bank Oak Grove Center for Education and the Arts Oak Park River Forest Food Pantry Ohio & Erie Canalway Coalition Open Door Food Pantry Operation Safehouse Opportunity International Palo Verde Valley Senior Citizens Non Profit Corporation Pathfinders People of Progress Peppermint Ridge Philadelphia Corporation for Aging Planned Parenthood Federation of America Planned Parenthood of Orange and San Bernardino Counties Rainbow Pride Youth Alliance Rapha House International Redwood Community Action Agency, Inc. Rescue Mission of Roanoke ReSurge International Riverside Area Rape Crisis Center Riverside Public Library Foundation Roadrunner Food Bank of New Mexico Roanoke Valley SPCA Rosie’s House: A Music Academy for Children Saddleback College Foundation Saint Francis Service Dogs San Benito County Arts Council San Benito County Heritage Foundation San Bernardino Symphony Orchestra Association Sanford Research / USD Santa Ana River Trust Santa Fe Conservation Trust Santa Rosa Plateau Foundation Save Mount Diablo Save the Children Federation, Inc. SeaShare Second Harvest Food Bank of Northwest North Carolina Seniors in Service of Tampa Bay, Inc. Sexual Assault Recovery & Prevention Ctr of San Luis Obispo County Shasta Community Health Center Shasta Women’s Refuge South Alabama Regional Planing Commission South Central Educational Development, Inc. South County Outreach Southern California Public Radio

Southern Lakes Area Love, Inc. St. Leo Food Connection St. Vincent Meals on Wheels Steinway Society Of Riverside County Stray Cat Alliance Stroke Recovery Center The Alameda County Communtiy Food Bank The Center for Arts Education The Community Survival Center, Inc. The Elephant Sanctuary in Tennessee The Elizabeth Hospice The Family Center, Inc. The Food Bank of Western MA, Inc. The Friendship Shelter The Gary Center The Hope Center The Land Conservancy of San Luis Obispo County The Living Desert The Racine County Food Bank The Well in the Desert Think Together Trails4All Transition Habitat Conservancy Trees, Water & People Tri County Community Network Tri-Coastal Community Outreach TrinityCare Hospice Foundation UC Regents, University of California, Riverside Union Rescue Mission United Mountain Defense United Way of Racine County Verde Food Council Vitamin Angels Wild Bear Center for Nature Discovery Williamson County Crisis Center Women Helping Women Woods Humane Society Working Dogs for Conservation Foundation World Vision, Inc. Yavapai Food Bank, Inc.

San Bernardino County Children’s Health Initiative Fund Established in 2008 as a Fiscal Sponsor for The San Bernardino Children’s Health Initiative Coalition

San Bernardino County Non Profit Capacity Building Consortium Fund The Corsortium was established to increase the capacity of the community benefit organizations (CBOs) in San Bernardino County to meet their missions, by providing a platform for collective action and increased philanthropy and public investment in our communities. GIFTS Bank of America, N.A. County of San Bernardino/First 5 San Bernardino Inland Empire United Way James Irvine Fdn - Philanthropic Resources & Leadership Grant KP Financial SVCS OPS San Manuel Band of Mission Indians

San Gorgonio Memorial Hospital Foundation Fund Established in June 2007 to sustain the general operations of the San Gorgonio Memorial Hospital.

San Jacinto Education Foundation Advised Fund Established in December 2001 to enrich the education of the students of the San Jacinto Unified School District by providing scholarships, programs and equipment.


The Following funds are included in the San Jacinto Education Foundation Advised Fund

GIFTS Mr. Sean S. Varner

Clayton Record Advised Scholarship Fund

Seraphim Fund

Established July 2001 in memory of community leader Clayton Record to provide a scholarship to a San Jacinto Unified School District student for post secondary education.

Mike Salinas Advised Scholarship Fund Established June 2001 in memory of community leader Mike Salinas to provide a scholarship to a San Jacinto Unified School District student for post secondary education. GIFTS Mr. and Ms. Jorge Alvarez Central County United Way Mr. and Mrs. Pete D. Dunham Ms. Jayne L. Habegger Mr. and Mrs. Phillip J. Janikowski Ms. Virginia L. Lizza Ms. Ella Mae Record Ms. Cathryn A. Remily Riverside USD Employee Payroll Deductions Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Roberds Ms. Gwendolyn Schlange SJUSD PAC Wellness Soboba Band of Mission Indians Mr. Russell L. Utz GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $13,050 California State University, Fullerton California State University, San Marcos San Jacinto Unified School District

Santa Rosa Plateau Foundation

Established in March 2002 by the Estate of Edith Johnson to aid women and children suffering from physical or mental illness or substance abuse. GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $34,680 Children’s Fund, Inc. Global One Development Center Hidden Harvest Corporation Whiteside Manor, Inc.

Serembe Donor Advised Endowment Fund Established in December 2011 for Broad and General Charitable purposes.

Society of Saint Vincent De Paul Fund Established in 2008 at the passing of an anonymous donor to benefit the City of Riverside St. Vincent De Paul Society

Temucula Valley Arts Fund Established in 2006 as part of the James Irvine Foundation Communities Advancing the Arts Grant to support arts and culture organizations in Southwest Riverside County.

The Theresa C. Shea Charitable Fund Established in 2011 for broad and general charitable uses and purposes. Established in October 2000 to provide scholarships for mental health therapy to those suffering from eating disorders.

William and Genevieve Mason Estate Fund

GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $773 Whiteside Manor, Inc.

GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $400 Assistance League of Hemacinto Hemet Hospice Volunteers

Established in 2010 for junior and senior college students who are aspiring photographers

Willmas Charitable Trust Donor Advised Fund

The Unforgettables Foundation Endowment Fund

Stephen and Catharine Serembe Donor Advised Charitable Fund

Established in 2008 to support the programs of The Unforgettables Foundation

Established in December 2007 for Broad and General Charitable purposes.

GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $1,560 The Unforgettables Foundation

GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $6,250 Diocese of San Bernardino Equestrian Order of the Holy Sepulchre of Jerusalem Our Lady of Consolata Missionaries St. Anthony Church

Upland Community Foundation Endowment Fund Established in 2010 to develop and provide financial support for organizations in the Inland Empire to enhance the quality of health, education, welfare and life of the citizens of the City of Upland, California.

GIFTS Santa Rosa Plateau Foundation

Established in December 1999 by Doris “Sue” Cole in memory of her husband, Hillas.

Vernon and Paula Kozlen Donor Advised Fund

SBCSS Foundation Fund

GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $7,369 Hemet Alumni Association Hemet Unified School District

Established in 2009 for broad and general charitable uses and purposes

Established in 2011 in celebration of The Community Foundation’s 70th Anniversary to provide college scholarships to deserving students who reside in Riverside or San Bernardino County GIFTS Mrs. Glenda Bayless

SBCSS-Herbert Fischer Scholarship Fund

Ted and Bettie Smith Donor Advised Fund

Established in 2009 in honor of the former San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools, Herbert R. Fischer and his 37 years of service in education. Funds have been designated as a means to support scholarship awards to high school students enrolled in a Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) program of study at a participating Alliance for Education STEM site in San Bernardino County. Students must demonstrate a financial need and plan to pursue a postsecondary degree in a STEM related discipline.

Established in December 1999 for general charitable uses and purposes.

GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $3,000 Embry Riddle Aeronautical University Pomona College UC Regents/U.C. Irvine

GIFTS Ted and Bettie Smith Family Donor Advised Fund GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $20,000 Hemet Unified School District

Ted and Bettie Smith Family Donor Advised Fund Established in December 1999 for general charitable uses and purposes. GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $16,649 Ted and Bettie Smith Donor Advised Fund

Temple Beth El Legacy Fund

Sean and Kristin Varner Family Donor Advised Fund

Established in 2004 to provide perpetual income for programs and projects offered by Temple Beth El, which support Judaism and enhance Jewish life.

Established in 2009 for broad and general charitable uses and purposes

GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $4,222 Riverside Temple Beth El

Established in 2006 for unrestricted granting in the Hemet area

Tom C. Cooper Advised Photography Advancement Fund

Sue and Hillas Cole Memorial Donor Advised Fund

GIFTS NGR Energy Sempra Energy Utility Toyota Motor Credit Corporation GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $4,900 SB County Superintendent of Schools

Established March 1994 to benefit activities that promote mutual tolerance and respect between the community at large and the gay and lesbian communities. GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $539 Rainbow Pride Youth Alliance

GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $328 Society of Saint Vincent de Paul

TCF Anniversary Scholarhip Fund

Walt Whitman Endowment Fund

The Treatment of Eating Disorders

Established in 2012 to support the activities of the Santa Rosa Plateau Foundation

Established in 2006 for the general support of both the mandated and non-mandated functions of the San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools.

GIFTS Mr. Wallace P. Brithinee GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $10,000 Palm Springs Unified School District

GIFTS Mr. and Mrs. Vern C. Kozlen GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $7,150 St. George Greek Orthodox Church of the Desert Temple Sinai

Victoria Avenue Forever Established in April 1996 to provide for the preservation and beautification of Riverside’s Victoria Avenue. GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $3,000 Victoria Avenue Forever

Victoria Avenue Historic Restoration Program Fund Established in April 1998 to provide community beautification, maintenance and preservation of the natural beauty of Riverside’s historic Victoria Avenue; and relocation of overhead cables to underground locations along Victoria Avenue.

Victress Bower Fund Established October 1967 to provide scholarships to individuals who will train and teach disabled children. GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $16,408 Azusa Pacific University Cal. State Univ., San Bernardino Foundation

Wallace P. Brithinee Charitable Donor Advised Fund Established in December 2007 for broad and general charitable purposes.

Established in February 2005 for charitable uses and purposes which primarily benefit residents of the High Desert area of San Bernardino County, California. GIFTS Willmas Trust GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $170,000 Assistance League of Victor Valley Catholic Charities Riverside & San Bernardino Community Health Action Network Hi Desert Meals on Wheels High Desert Mariachi Juvenil High Desert New Beginnings, Inc. High Desert Resource Network Millionaire Mind Kids Mojave Valley Volunteer Hospice New Life-Line Food Ministry San Bernardino County Museum Association Success Institute The Phoenix Foundation The Umbrella Latch-Key Program Victor Valley Family Resource Center

Youth Grantmakers Committee Fund Established by TCF Board of Directors in 2008 to create a “leadership through philanthropy” training ground for youth and create an understanding of the needs in their respective communities. GIFTS Anonymous Donors Ms. Penny Beaulieu Beaumont Electric, Inc. Mr. Francis D. Coe Jr. Rabbi Hillel Cohn Community Bank California State University, San Bernardino Ms. Celia B. Cudiamat and Mr Emilio J. Virata Dr. and Mrs. Ronald A. Fragen Give Big Riverside Donors Harns Family Endowed Donor Advised Fund James and Cecilia Cuevas Family Donor Advised Gifting Fund Ms. Nancy C. Karl Ms. Carolyn M. Mall Ms. Malissa McKeith Mr. and Mrs. Steve E. Myles The Norris Group Peggy Fouke Wortz Memorial Community Impact Fund Ms. Concepcion G. Rivera Mr. and Mrs. Philip M. Savage IV Esq. Mr. Pat Short Silicon Valley Community Foundation

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Mrs. Rosalie Silverglate Ms. Michelle Wafe GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $31,150 Aquinas High School Arlington High School Big Brothers Big Sisters Of The Desert Birth Choice of the Desert Calicinto Ranch, Inc. Concept 7, Inc. Escuela De LaRaza Unida, Inc. Invisible Children Jefferson Transitional Services Martin Luther King High School Moreno Valley Unified School District Norte Vista High School Oak Grove Institute Foundation, Inc. Ramona High School Safe Alternatives For Everyone Inc Smooth Transition Inc Templo Roca Firme The Freestyle Foundation, Inc.

Youth Grantmakers Committee Coachella Valley Fund Established in 2012 to create a “leadership through philanthropy” training ground for youth and create an understanding of the needs in the Coachella Valley. GIFTS Robert and Cheryl Fey Donor Advised Community Fund

Youth Grantmakers Committee Idyllwild Fund Established by Idyllwild Community Fund Advisory Committee in 2012 to create a “leadership through philanthropy” training ground for youth and create an understanding of the needs in the Idyllwild Community GIFTS Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Berthelotte Idyllwild Community Fund Quiet Creek Inn & Vacation Rentals, LLC Mr. and Mrs. Manny Rider

YWCA of Riverside County Endowment Fund Established in May 2001 to fund the ongoing maintenance of the YWCA buildings and grounds and for the administrative costs of the program.

CLAREMONT COMMUNITY FOUNDATION 21st Century Endowment Fund Established to assure the continuance of the work of the Claremont Community Foundation.

Acorn Fund Established as a sub-fund of the Claremont Hills Conservation Fund with the purpose of reforesting the Claremont foothills. GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $1,000 Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden at Claremont

CCF Arts Field of Interest Fund Established to support projects intended to enhance the visual environment of the community and projects that increase participation in drama, dance, or musical performances. GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $3,000 Claremont Heritage Claremont High School

CCF Board Designated Endowment Fund Established for CCF Board Designated granting.

CCF City Emergency Fund Established to provide emergency assistance to residents of the City of Claremont, California.

CCF Claremont Library Fund

THE COMMUNITY FOUNDATION

Established to hold and manage funds for the Claremont Hills Conservation Corporation protecting the foothills surrounding Claremont.

Claremont Home Energy Retrofit Project Collaborative (CHERP) Established as a sub-fund of the Claremont Hills Conservation Fund with the purpose of reforesting the Claremont foothills.

Claremont Youth Partnership Established to support the work of the Claremont Youth Partnership in developing a supportive environment for our youth.

Hope Recovered Advised Fund Established in 2010 GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $16,713 NAMI - Pomona Valley Project Sister Family Services Urika Center for Policy Research

John Fisher Project Fund Established in 2006 to promote an atmosphere of unity in the Claremont Community by supporting the John Fisher Project, a symposium and the creation and maintenance of a marble sculpture as public art for the community.

Pi Sigma Chi Donor Advised Fund Established for general charitable purpose of monetary support to carry on the social services as were provided during this Alumni Group’s tenure at Cal Poly Pomona.

Established to support non-County funded operational costs.

The Presecan Advised Fund

CCF Community Impact Field of Interest Fund

GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $7,381 Casa Colina Foundation CCF Program Support and Operations Fund City of Hope, Los Angeles Claremont After School Programs Inc. Claremont Education Foundation Claremont Heritage Claremont Presbyterian Church Claremont Senior Foundation Claremont Unified School District House of Ruth, Inc. Learning Ally Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden at Claremont Shoes That Fit Southwest Michigan Land Conservancy

Established to support programs designed to increase knowledge, understanding and/ or skills of youth or adults, enabling them to function as more productive members of the community. GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $15,401 Claremont After School Programs Inc. Claremont Meals on Wheels Claremont Symphone Orchestra Crossroads, Inc. Foothill Family Shelter Inland Valley Repertory Theater OPARC Pilgrim Place in Claremont Shoes That Fit Tierra del Sol Foundation

CCF Program Support and Operations Fund

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Claremont Hills Conservation Fund

Established to support programs and operations of Claremont Community Foundation. GRANTS / SCHOLARSHIPS: $9,500 CCF Community Impact Field of Interest Fund

Established in 2011.

Unis Mural Fund Established to support the creation, installation and maintenance of a public art mural.

HIGH DESERT COMMUNITY FOUNDATION The High Desert Community Foundation Endowment Fund Established in 2012 to benefit the High Desert Community Foundation GIFTS High Desert Community Foundation

HDCF - Florence Lindberg Memorial Scholarship Fund Established in 2012 as a sub-fund to The High Desert Community Foundation Endowment Fund

HDCF - Louise Stewart Scholarship Fund Established in 2012 as a sub-fund to The High Desert Community Foundation Endowment Fund

HDCF - Trever Bennett Memorial Scholarship Fund Established in 2012 as a sub-fund to The High Desert Community Foundation Endowment Fund GIFTS High Desert Community Foundation

HDCF - Walter E. Cramer & Margaret Muir Cramer Compassion Fund Established in 2012 as a sub-fund to The High Desert Community Foundation Endowment Fund GIFTS High Desert Community Foundation


MESSAGE FROM THE INCOMING 2013 CHAIR OF THE BOARD

Looking to the Future 2012 was a year of many accomplishments and new levels of achievement. We had a successful fundraising year—$8.3 million—and granted more funds to nonprofit organizations and college students than ever before. As we look to the future, The Community Foundation will continue to operate under our core values and mission of enhancing the quality of life in the communities we serve. We will have a renewed focus on building our endowment to ensure the Foundation can continue to do good work now and forever. And at the center of everything we do, we will cherish our donors – for without them, we could not create a positive impact in our communities. We believe that impact will inspire others to join us in our efforts. Whether it is stewardship of donor funds, effective grantmaking, inspiring philanthropy, gathering stakeholders to address community issues, or training the next generation of philanthropists, this important work motivates all of us at The Community Foundation to serve the community today and in the future.

James Cuevas Incoming 2013 Chair of the Board

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