Charitable Foundations

“It is good to do well, but a joy to do good.”

Success brings an ability to lift others and leave a legacy.  Charitable foundations and philanthropy can be a blessing to both giver and recipient.  It is critical to have sensitive interactions and skilled management in order to make this work both effective and enjoyable.

  • Charitable foundation formation and legal/tax compliance
  • Manage all operations, financial functions and ongoing initiatives
  • Evaluations of requests for assistance, and donor reporting
  • Chair community service organizations
  • Coordinate hundreds of volunteers

Sample roles & experience:
Foundation Manager (Packard, Packard & Johnson Foundation)
Early Morning Youth Counselor (Homestead, Fremont and Wilcox High Schools)
Volunteer Service Activities Leader (Stanford Third Ward)
Scout Leader (Boy Scouts of America)

Initiatives have included:

  • Poverty cycle extrication (via perpetual educational funds and computer skills training)
  • Companionship Language Study (English language training via native companions)
  • Genealogy project (Agnone, Italy)
  • Family Needs Assistance
  • Scholarships
  • 501(c)3 supporting contributions (e.g. Enterprise Mentors, Charles Armstrong School)

Links to
Boy Scouts of America
Companionship Language Study
Perpetual Education Fund
Charles Armstrong School
Red Cross
Southern Cross Humanitarian
Los Altos Community Foundation