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SRCCF Receives a Donation from Executive Council Charities

Salt River Community Children’s Foundation receives a $10,000 donation from the Executive Council Charities and their partners from the Talking Stick Golf Club and Salt River Fields at Talking Stick, there to accept the donation were SRCCF trustees Heaven Sepulveda, Berlene Dallas and Loren Sidney.

On September 11, Executive Council Charities presented the Salt River Community Children’s Foundation with a $10,000 check to support the foundation’s programs for Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community youth.

“We are happy to support the Children’s Foundation and all the work that you are doing,” said ECC Executive Director Chris Marshall as he presented the check to the SRCCF Board of Trustees. “Also, thank you to our partners and thank you for all that you do for the kids.”

Also attending the check presentation were ECC partners from the Talking Stick Golf Club and Salt River Fields at Talking Stick.

The monetary donation will go to the SRCCF to help children in the areas of health, education and welfare. “Thank you for your charitable donation. It does go a long way to help the children of Salt River to participate in programs such as sports, leadership [development] and [others]. We appreciate your monetary gift,” said SRCCF trustee Berlene Dallas.

Since 2003, the SRCCF has supported Community youth through cultural, sports, arts, healthcare and leadership-development programs. Youth can be supported through an individual scholarship or through an organizational sponsorship. Other monetary support comes from the annual SRCCF Golf Tournament, individual SRPMIC employee contributions, private donors and corporate sponsors.

For more information on the SRCCF and how to apply for funding for your child, or to donate, visit the SRCCF information page at www.srpmic-nsn.gov/community/foundation.