Calaveras Community Foundation (CCF) welcomes its newest board member, Terri Tanner.

Tanner has lived in Valley Springs since 2000 and worked as a high school college/career
counselor until retiring from Calaveras Unified School District in 2023. She has over 20 years of
experience helping youth in our community including fundraising, facilitating scholarship
programs, public relations, and grant writing.  Tanner has been active in many organizations
and served as a board member for various groups over the years.

“I have always admired the work CCF does in our community and am so honored to join this
wonderful organization,”  said Tanner. She went on to say, “I am delighted to join the Calaveras
Community Foundation board and I look forward to helping CCF fulfill its goals.”

Current CCF Board President Linda Kangeter shared, “With her skills and years of experience,
Terri will be a great asset to CCF. We are excited to have her as a new board member.”

CCF board members volunteer their time to help continue the scholarship, projects and
competitive grant programs that CCF provides to the community. CCF’s projects and grants
help support a wide variety of services and programs throughout the county. Its scholarships
help local students achieve their education and career goals. CCF remains the only “all
purpose” non-profit philanthropic organization in Calaveras County.

For more information about CCF, visit the website: or
call the office at (209) 736-1845.