Peggy Dittberner Retires as LWF Lecture Series Coordinator
L-R: Peggy Dittberner (LWF Lecture Series Coordinator), Sandra Lackore (LWF Development Officer)
Peggy Dittberner completed her last day of coordinating the
2021 LWF Grant Recipients – Nonprofit Community Groups Outside of LW.
L-R: Chris Ram (LWF Grants Coordinator), Mark DiStasi (House of Refuge), Donna Bailey (LWF President), Bill Duff (Mathew
2021 Golf Tournament March 25, 2021
LW Foundation Welcomes You to the 2021 Golf Tournament
L-R: Ruth Pechmann (LWF Lecture Series Coordinator & Communications),
$5,000 Grant: Supports a reading program to bring children up to grade-level reading ability with a math component.
Sunshine Acres’ mission
Child Crisis Arizona
$10,000 Grant: Benefits STEM Family Activity Nights. This program provides exposure and learning opportunities to families with children 5-years-old and
House of Refuge
$11,000 Grant: Nonprofit transforms the lives of families by providing transitional housing and support. They provide safe, stable housing to
Matthew 25 Prison Ministry
$4,000 Grant: Provides incarcerated women with post-secondary class costs.
Rio Salado College is less than 20 miles from Leisure World, but
Save the Family
$11,000 Grant: Assists 50 homeless veterans and their families with housing and basic needs.
The lack of affordable housing in the
Leisure World Library
Library is supported through donations only. LWF assists the Library in raising funds, with an emphasis on purchasing large print
Leisure World Music Therapy Class
Funding for this free class, which provides relief and support to those suffering from dementia, including Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s or stroke-induced
Resident Emergency Fund
Fund is coordinated through the Leisure World Outreach Office and provides emergency support.
Leisure World Foundation Lecture Series
Lecture series provides 4 to 5 free lectures between November and March, in collaboration with the Leisure World Recreation Department.