During 2015, the TPR Foundation, in conjunction with Trilogy at Power Ranch,CA (TPR)an active adult community in the Southeast Valley, held several events and activities to raise funds to assist Southeast Valley seniors maintain their health and quality of life. In January, in conjunction with the Pickle Ball Club, nearly $10,000 was raised to provide shade and rest amenities at refurbished and new courts underdevelopment at TPR.
In conjunction with the TPR Fitness Department, theFoundation sponsored aDine for Health event, which together withadditional private contributions, raised over $7,500 for new fitness equipment for an expanded Fitness Centerand additional funds for community projects.
Additional funds for community projects were raised through community giving programssponsored by Albertson’s and Fry’s food stores, Amazon.comSmileand Schwan’s home delivered foods.
The TPR Computer Club donated over $4,000 to support enhanced AV equipment in The TPR Club House and other community programs.
In fulfillment of its commitment to Southeast Valley seniors, the Foundation donated $1,000 to the Hospice of the Valley Lund Family Home in support of this Gilbert inpatient facility providing endof life care and emotional and bereavement support toits residents and theirfamilies.
During the year, the Foundation welcomed Jan Burness, Mike Larson, Teresa Larson, and Rodger Page to the Board.
In the fall, the Foundation partnered with TPR to raise funds from private donors to provide benches throughout the community where residents may rest during exercise walks or just relax and enjoy the community. The benches will be installed in 2016.
The Foundation’s financial position improved during 2015. Expenses of $3,805 included insurance, P.O Box rental, printing, postage, legal fees, Arizona corporate fees, web site expenses, and community donations. By year end, the Foundation held nearly $22,000 in funds restricted for community activities.
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