Supporters

MANY THANKS TO OUR WONDERFUL SUPPORTERS

The following revenue sources and organizations provide funds to Community Chest:
Barrick Gold Corporation
SAPTA (Substance Abuse and Prevention Treatment Agency)
SAMHSA (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration)
Mental Health Division
Corporation for National Service— State and Federal (CNS)
Nevada Commission on National and Community Service (NCNCS)
Nevada Department of Education (NDE)
Department of Employment, Training, and Rehabilitation: Community Based Services
Storey County Commissioners
Bureau of Alcohol and Drug Abuse (BADA)
Lyon Council on Alcohol and Other Drugs (LCAOD)
Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP)
Family Resource Centers
Department of Human Resources— Victims of Crime Act (DHR—VOCA)
State of Nevada (COW Bus)
Storey County School District (SCSD)
United Way
TRW Foundation
Lyon County Commissioners
Nevada Women’s Fund (NWF)
Nevada Works
Fund for a Healthy Nevada
Nevada Arts Council
Nevada Humanities Committee
Turning Point, Inc.
Parent Fees
Thrift Store Revenues
Counseling Fees
The Butler Family Fund
The Robert Z. Hawkins Foundation
Sierra Pacific Power Company
The E. L. Cord Foundation
Capital Campaign
Wal-Mart Stores, Inc,

The following foundations and individuals have contributed to the Capital Campaign to pay off the loan on the CCI office building:
NV Energy
The Reno-Tahoe Open Foundation
The Nell J. Redfield Foundation
The Nightingale Family Foundation
The John Ben Snow Memorial Trust
The Helen Close Charitable Trust
Bank of America Foundation
Greater Nevada Federal Credit Union
Yandre and Teague Limited
David and Denise Jeffers
And many private donors

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In Memoriam …

Founding board member, Dr. Sandra Neese, passed away in 1998. Sandra served on the board of Community Chest for seven years. To honor her life’s work as a child advocate, Community Chest implemented a lifetime achievement award in her name. This award, given annually at the National Association for the Education of Homeless Children and Youth, is now in its fifth year. Sandra was a friend and confidant to all of those who enriched the lives of young people in Nevada. Her vital presence is felt to this day.