Dear Tahoe Fund Friends,
We’re honored to present the 2017/18 Tahoe Fund Annual Report for our fiscal year that ended on March 31, 2018. We have celebrated another terrific year of support from the private community in order to help improve and protect the beautiful and unique Lake Tahoe environment.
Through charitable giving, our donors have ensured that we were able to complete more environmental improvement projects around the Lake. The Incline Flume Trail is a wonderful example of how we have been able to leverage private funds for significantly more public funding to restore the most family-friendly trail in the Tahoe Basin. We focused on important projects that needed our support to happen: fighting aquatic invasive species via placing bottom barriers on the lakebed, as well as the reforestation of our beloved sugar pines.
This year marked the 21st anniversary of the Lake Tahoe Summit, and the Tahoe Fund was proud to be an organizing sponsor for another consecutive year. Hundreds of attendees gathered to celebrate the important work it takes by both California and Nevada to preserve and protect the Lake for years to come.
We’re excited for what the future holds for both Tahoe and the Tahoe Fund, due to our growing Stewardship Circle supporters. Along with our Green Bucks business partners, these supporters have allowed us to continue long-term planning for the organization to continue to improve Tahoe for generations to enjoy.
Together we are creating a legacy.
Art Chapman, Chair
Amy Berry, CEO
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View 2017-2018 990 Form
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