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LACF is hosting its annual lunch for Legacy Circle members on May 10th. If you have already included LACF in your estate plans, or intend to do so, please let us know by May 1st. You may return the Legacy Circle Membership Confirmation form or just give us a call at 650-949-5908. Would you consider giving […]
Community Grants helps challenged student “feel happy, calm and gentle” through Animal Assisted Happiness
Harry Henry is a student at MVHS. He is nonverbal but loves our monthly visits. He particularly loves Vanilla Bean, Animal Assisted Happiness’ white bantam couchon chicken. Harry wrote a poem for us. Vanilla Bean (the chicken) helps me feel happy. Vanilla Bean helps me feel calm and gentle. Vanilla Bean helps me feel […]
Community Engagement specialist Daniel Harris, Knight Foundation Program Director, to speak at Gardner Awards
Los Altos Community Foundation is excited to announce that Daniel Harris, Knight Foundation program director, will be our featured speaker at the 2016 Gardner Awards dinner. Prior to joining Knight, Daniel was a principal of StorySocial, a creative design studio in Washington, D.C. In that role, he helped businesses, cities, foundations and brands more effectively […]
This really brings home how powerful the Community Grants program can be. Dear Joe, We thank you so much for the opportunity to provide “Parent Projects” classes and programs in our local community through the Heart2Heart Teens a Community Grant of $1,500 LACF provided. We had an amazing turn-out and wonderful completion. Parents and families were positively […]
‘TACO’, the Terrible Adult Chamber Orchestra, is a group of people of all skill levels who like to play music for the joy of making music together. Founded and directed by Los Altos resident Cathy Humphers-Smith, a former director of Music for Minors in Santa Clara and San Mateo counties, TACO began as a weekly gathering of musical […]
It was a beautiful Friday night in Los Altos to view Frozen on the big screen. So, we decided to help celebrate by bring cake. We invited all the Elsas up to blow out the candles. Thanks for all of your support of LACF in the past and going forward.
Los Altos Community Foundation just completed its fiscal year on June 30th. We’re proud of the Foundation’s accomplishments and its local impact, thanks to the contributions of our many generous donors. Following is a brief impact summary of the LACF programs and grants enhanced our community over the last year. LACF: Making a Difference in our Community […]
Los Altos Community Foundation is pleased to announce that we are one of the sponsors for Friday Movie Nights. This has been a very popular community building event and we hope to see you there.
This year 29 seniors from Los Altos and Mountain View High Schools received multi-year renewable scholarships ranging from $1,500 to $5,000/year, and a personal collegementor, from MVLA Scholars. “We wanted high achieving, low income, first-generation-to-college applicants, and we received a huge response! Of the 70 qualified applicants, 29 received scholarships – morescholarships awarded than ever […]