Each membership level of the Stewardship Circle receive complimentary tickets to the Annual Founders Circle Dinner for each annual contribution; Granite members receive 1, Silver members receive 2, Gold members receive 4 and Platinum members receive 6.
All Stewardship Circle members receive a Tahoe Fund jacket as well invitations to ski days, hikes, boat tours, BBQs, and cocktail parties throughout the year.
for a variety of early-stage environmental projects that will restore the Lake’s clarity
and health, improve outdoor recreation, and build a greater sense of stewardship in the region.
trail in the Lake Tahoe Basin. Dollars raised will help fund trail widening,
erosion control, minor trail reconstruction, installation of educational and
way-finding signs, and preservation of the historic Bull Wheel.
“Mikey” Hallenbeck was a 21-year- old ski lift operator at Sierra-at- Tahoe, and a wild land firefighter in his first season as a member of Organized Crew 36 with the USFS Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit. Tragically, Mikey lost his life while fighting the Sierra Fire in August of 2015.
A resolution sponsored by California Senator Ted Gaines has passed the California State Senate and Assembly, reserving the section of US Highway 50, from Echo Summit to the intersection of Mount Ralston Road, as the Firefighter Michael “Mikey” Hallenbeck Memorial Highway.
This project will fund the production and installation of highway signs to commemorate Mikey Hallenbeck’s service and ultimate sacrifice while protecting the public land surrounding Lake Tahoe. Our campaign goal is $9,000.
All donations of $100 or more will be recognized on a donor wall.
Leave a legacy with an engraved bear-shaped paver for $2,500 or a trout-shaped paver for $5,000.
Help us take care of the Tahoe region.
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