The following organizations are event partners - helping ensure the success of the evening. These Tehachapi organizations will also benefit financially from Cheers to Charity.
Central California Animal Disaster Team - Tehachapi was created to provide disaster response assistance for displaced animals during natural and human-caused disasters. They also provide education to animal owners on disaster preparedness for domestic animals. CCADT has an established relationship with Kern County Animal Services, having responded to victims of the Erskine Fire.
The Tehachapi Parks Foundation was established in 2014. It is an independent, volunteer and charitable organization, charged with the mission to improve the quality of life for all Tehachapi residents by supporting Tehachapi Valley Recreation & Park District in its efforts to create safe, sustainable, and successful parks and recreation programs.
TEHACHAPI MOUNTAIN SEARCH AND RESCUE assists the Kern County Sheriff and Kern County Fire in search efforts to locate lost, injured or missing individuals within the greater Tehachapi community. These dedicated men and women live up to their motto: “We Search so Others May Live”. In October 2015, this team of well-trained professionals worked for hours to rescue hundreds from stranded and buried vehicles during cataclysmic mud slides
TEHACHAPI ROTARY FOUNDATION is a the nonprofit fund-raising arm of the Tehachapi Rotary Club dedicated to the Rotary motto of “SERVICE ABOVE SELF”. Tehachapi’s Rotary Club has an active membership of civic-minded leaders. Ongoing projects include: Annual Holiday Lunch for Seniors, Smoke Detector Project, and elementary school literacy efforts. This organization also actively engages in international programs - benefitting thousands around the world!
TEHACHAPI VALLEY WRESTLING CLUB is a youth wrestling program. Established in 2007, TVWC provides training to both boys and girls to enhance wrestling technique and strategy - for the betterment of the individual, the community and all higher level wrestling programs.
STALLION SPRINGS CERT (Community Emergency Response Team) offers training and deployment, to effectively provide emergency response during periods of neighborhood disaster. They work hand-in-hand with public safety agencies including the Stallion Springs Police Department, Kern County Fire Department, Cal Fire, City of Tehachapi and Bear Valley Springs Police Departments.
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