ttcfSupport TFS through the Holiday Giving Guide

TFS is a featured non-profit in the Tahoe Truckee Community Foundation Giving Guide and our holiday wish is for tents and other camping gear to help support Camp Explore.  Please donate to Camp Explore and help TFS continue to create meaningful outdoor experiences for local youth. Donate securely here.

IMG_0004Thrift Store

Hours:  Mon – Thurs 10am – 5pm.  Fri – Sat 10 am – 6 pm.   Sunday 11am – 5pm.  797 Southwood Blvd,   Incline Village

Come visit us and find a treasure or drop off your gently used clothing, furniture, artwork and household items; free furniture pickup.  We are always seeking volunteers:  flexible hours, thrift store dollars, help the community.  Call Viki at 775-833-4414 for more info.

 

vita imageVITA Volunteers Needed

VITA is an IRS-sponsored service that offers free preparation of tax returns for households with income under $52,000.  This program is critical for local families looking to maximize their refund and maintain financial stability.  We are looking for volunteers to prepare tax returns and to be greeters.  All training provided.  Call Leslie at 775-298-0004.

Brunch with Santa

Saturday, December 13th at The Chateau.  Two sessions:  8:30m-10:30am or 11am – 1pm.   Advance tickets sales: $15 adult (13+years), $5 child.  At the door (if available) $25 Adult, $10 child.  Special attractions include a magic show, arts and crafts, delicious breakfast, and a photo with Santa.

Tickets on SALE  NOW at the Rec Center, TFS Main Office, and the Potlatch.  For more information please call:  775-298-0004

TFS Makes a Difference

Camp Explore is special place for children who are six to ten years old. It’s an extraordinary environment where children find a nurturing and supporting atmosphere that allows the child to grow, socialize, exercise, and spend time with role models that so many at-risk kids desperately need today.

Throughout each activity, the Campers learn about the delicate environment that surrounds them each day while they subliminally develop new physical, emotional, and social skills. In fact, it’s not uncommon for the Campers to bring their new appreciation for life back to their home life which, over time, strengthens the entire family.

Although the days are filled with activities, the Camp Explore environment is one that offers each child the opportunity to share their thoughts with other kids. Be it by a camp fire, at a Camp sleep-over or just hiking through the woods, the Campers are given the freedom to share their hopes and dreams within a caring and comfortable environment.