There are many other ways to donate and below you will find a few of the most common ways. If you have any questions at all feel free to reach out to us at info [at] tandanafoundation.org.


You can mail a check payable to The Tandana Foundation to:


The Tandana Foundation

2933 Lower Bellbrook Rd.

Spring Valley OH, 45370


The Tandana Foundation is a 501(c)(3) public charity. EIN: 20-4748423

Your contribution is tax-deductible to the full extent permitted by law.



 

Jul
4

The Tandana Foundation is immensely grateful to the many individuals who support its efforts in a myriad of ways. The following post tells the story of Dr. Ash B. Varma, M.D., one of Tandana’s earliest supporters, who has given his time, ideas, and financial resources to assist the organization in achieving its goals in Ecuador … Continue reading "Ash Varma: A passionate Tandana supporter and patron of education"
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Nov
24

Thanks to the support of dozens of purpose-driven individuals, The Tandana Foundation was able to raise enough money to increase the number of people who will be able to participate in three programs it organizes with communities in rural Ecuador and Mali. During its annual Friends and Funds Raiser event, Tandana raised thousands of dollars, … Continue reading "Overwhelming generosity enables Tandana to expand programs"
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Oct
20

In June of 2019, the Rolling Hills Garden Club of Dayton, Ohio, received a First Place Community Enrichment Project or Program Award from Garden Club of Ohio, Inc. (GCO), an organization of 4,348 individuals in 148 clubs across the state of Ohio. The Rolling Hills club earned the award in the extra small clubs category … Continue reading "Rolling Hills Garden Club of Dayton Ohio receives statewide recognition for supporting The Tandana Foundation"
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Apr
21

Hi, my name is Maria Cristina Silva. I am from Quito, the capital of Ecuador. Through my life, I have worked with several non-profits in the San Francisco Bay Area, Washington D.C., India, and Ecuador. I was invited by Anna and Hope Taft to share with you my insights about my experience with the Tandana … Continue reading "What I saw working with Tandana in Ecuador"
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Oct
25

By Shannon Cantor I recommend that you travel to the highlands of Ecuador, to the small city of Otavalo. From the terminal—its own chaos of moving people, cars, and shouts—take an old, blue bus parked in the third row from the right-hand side, with a sign in the window marked “Quichinche.” Get off after about … Continue reading "Moving Mountains– Literally"
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