Headquartered in Cleveland, the Tecovas Foundation funds social innovation and entrepreneurship as well as emerging issues in the philanthropic and nonprofit sector. It focuses its efforts both domestically and internationally. It is committed to supporting the growth of a culture of philanthropy around the world.
Founded by the late Caroline Bush Emeny in Amarill, Texas in 1998, the foundation ranges its efforts from investing in local foodbanks to creating educational opportunities such as after-school programs for students.
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Information about Health, Safety, and the Coronavirus at the City Club
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