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Board Member Inspires Local Community to Give Back

The Community Foundation is excited to feature Board Member Beverly Stephenson in a new video for the Temecula Valley Endowment Program. A resident of Temecula Valley, Beverly proudly supports a number of local charities and wants others to do the same.

“Beverly’s passion for philanthropy and her community makes her a perfect fit for this project,” said Paula Myles, Interim President and CEO of The Community Foundation. “Her roots in Temecula Valley will be an inspiration to others to get involved.”

The Community Foundation is proud to work with three outstanding nonprofit organizations serving Temecula Valley. Last year we launched The Temecula Valley Endowment Program to support the greater financial stability of Michelle’s Place, Oak Grove Center for Education Treatment & the Arts, and the Santa Rosa Plateau Nature Education Foundation.

The Temecula Valley Endowment Program focuses on encouraging donors who want to support the organizations’ endowment funds at The Community Foundation through outright gifts and legacy gifts.

The program also focuses on helping strengthen these nonprofit organizations meet their missions through training, planned giving support, and public awareness.

With the addition of Funds Development Manager Darren Diess to guide and counsel each organization individually and collectively, along with the support of the Foundation, this program will build value, resilience and a permanence that will impact the Temecula Valley in the near future and for decades to come.

See video here.