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Guarantee Joins the Fight Against Hunger

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Recently the offices at Guarantee Real Estate joined the efforts of Community Food Bank (CFB) to fight against hunger in Central California. In an effort to support the Community Food Bank’s annual Hunger Heroes fundraising campaign, Guarantee Real Estate worked diligently to raise over $13,500 in monetary donations during 2017! With the CFBs tremendous buying power, the amount raised in this campaign will help provide thousands of meals to local families.

About The Community Food Bank
The Community Food Bank is dedicated to ending hunger in Central California by providing food to anyone in the community with a need. The Community Food Bank serves 200 agencies in 5 counties and provides food to about 280,000 people each month.

$.97 of every dollar goes directly to feeding programs and services such as; their “BackPack Program” which provides children with a backpack of high-quality food to last through the weekend, and their “Mobile Pantry Program” which distributes foods to rural locations via a self-contained vehicle. During the fiscal year of 2016 the Community Food Bank served over 40 million pounds of food to the counties of Fresno, Madera, Kings, Kern, and Tulare.

How Can I get involved
Learn more about the Community Food Bank and how to become an advocate for the hungry in our community by clicking HERE

The Guarantee Goodwill Network Fund is a donor-advised fund, established at the Central Valley Community Foundation, to encourage Guarantee employees to give back to the communities where they live and work.

Forestiere Underground Gardens-Mystery, History, and Creativity

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Forestiere Underground Gardens-Mystery, History, and Creativity
Last week I discovered a mystery spot filled with intrigue, history, and creativity right in the city of Fresno. Located off of Hwy 99/Golden State is a California Historical Landmark that’s hidden among a citrus grove with wild flowers, and grapevines.

Forestiere Underground Gardens is certainly a sight to behold. It’s a large labyrinth of underground rooms, tunnels, gardens and fruit trees. As my tour guide Randa simply described, “you will feel like Indiana Jones today, but if you’re not careful, you can get lost!”

Once inside, I found the underground area to be quiet and peaceful, but as Randa lead us down the first flight of stairs, I could feel the suspense. I was hooked, intrigued, and wanted to know more.

We quietly walked through each passageway, and I could hear the whispers from some of the kids saying, “wow! This is so neat… Hey, I wonder what’s on the other side of the tunnel?”

The first tunnel lead us to a courtyard with exotic fruits such as kumquats and loquats. Lemon and orange trees were growing as well. I even got to see what carob looks like while growing!

During my time in the courtyard I noticed something that I would have never imagined in my lifetime. The grapefruit, oranges, and lemons were all growing on same tree! How genius is that?

Baldasare Forestiere-The Visionary Before His Time
To understand the concept of this unusual masterpiece, one must learn who its creator was. Baldasare Forestiere was a visionary with ideas that were way before his time. He kept to himself, never married, nor had any children, but he had others in mind when carving out his creation.

Baldasare was a young Sicilian that arrived in America during the early 1900s. His original plan was to build a citrus empire, but that plan folded once he discovered the 80 acres of land he purchased was useless. Instead of sulking, Baldasare persevered. In 1906 he began hand carving underground rooms to escape the tremendous heat waves of Fresno, CA. After he finished a few rooms, he decided to test his citrus trees underground. To his amazement the trees started to bloom!

Baldasare soon realized that he could actually live underground.

Randa lead us to the small kitchen he carved for himself. The ancient stove was amazing! His cookware was designed to keep his stews very hot throughout the wintery nights, and the table folded inside of the wall when not in use! The walls of the kitchen had small cubby holes to store everything he needed to cook with. I don’t think Baldasare went without anything that was necessary to enjoy life.

As we continued the tour, we were lead to his summer and winter bedrooms. Baldasare loved his privacy and moments of relaxation. In fact, his rooms were designed in a way that he could see who was coming, but those who were coming couldn’t see him!

Our tour ended at the Chapel Garden. The chapel is small, but he managed to carve a sitting area, and hung a bell above for the feel of a real chapel. In 1956 a couple became so in enamored by the chapel, that it served as a venue for their wedding ceremony!

The End of Baldasare’s Dream
Life was good for Baldasare. He enjoyed his quiet life underground, but the ideas that consumed him wouldn’t allow him to sit still for long. He constructed a plan to build a subterranean resort adorned with delicious fruit trees, and vines that would grow beneath. Baldasare became a one man crew with a few farming tools; picks, shovels, wheelbarrows, and a scraper pulled by two mules. Over time he carved well over 10 acres. Unfortunately he died at the young age of 67, and that was the end of his “underground resort” idea.

Forestiere Underground Gardens-A Place for the World to See!
111 years later, Forestiere Underground Gardens remains a “one of a kind” gem in the city of Fresno. By visiting, guests will gain a special insight into Fresno’s history.

“The Underground Gardens is a beautiful example of taking the lemons that life hands you and making limoncello…Our lives don’t always turn out the way we imagined, but often there is a reason. If we are persistent, we can make something more beautiful out of life than we would ever have imagined.”
Shera Rodrick, Tour Services Manager, Forestiere Underground Gardens

Each year the Underground Gardens hosts visitors from all over the world. Just in March 2017, the visitor’s registry recorded visitors from Argentina, Finland, Turkey, China, Australia, and many other countries.

Forestiere Underground Gardens is an open air museum. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and is California Registered Historical Landmark No. 916. In order to preserve the character of the grounds, guided tours are only offered between the months of March through November.

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Guarantee – A Trusted Name for Almost 100 Years!

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A Name You Can Trust
The name “Guarantee” has been a trusted brand for almost 100 years. When Guarantee opened as a Building and Loan company in 1919, it’s primary focus was to serve the community of Central California in the most excellent way, while helping families buy and sell their homes.

Over the years Guarantee has proven that families and community are what’s most important to goal fulfillment and business success. The company has changed over time, however it has remained a solid foundation and a trusted resource for the community it so dearly loves.

Like most Americans, the residents of Central California experienced many hard times including; The Great Depression and World War II. It was during these times Guarantee became recognized and appreciated by homeowners for putting the needs of its clients first. This business philosophy helped to shape and develop the company’s image of how it appears today. “A Name You can Trust”.

Old Guarantee Building

Successful With Changes in Time
As time passed and the housing market shifted, Guarantee Savings understood that changes were necessary for community growth and business opportunity. As the needs for real estate services grew, the “Guarantee” brand grew as well. In 1984 Guarantee Real Estate was established, and in 1985 J. Scott Leonard was announced as its President/CEO.

Guarantee Real Estate started with only 40 associates and two office locations. The company thrived by recruiting the best associates who pledged to provide high-quality services. “Using the well established reputation of the brand itself, and adherence to integrity, ethics, and high moral standards, Guarantee Real Estate became successful and earned the reputation as the leading company in the market.” – J. Scott Leonard, President/CEO Guarantee Real Estate 1985-2015

In 1987 Glendale Federal Bank purchased Guarantee Savings and Guarantee Real Estate. In 1991 Guarantee Real Estate was sold to Joan Eaton, Paul Gibson, and J. Scott Leonard.

Changing Lives and Making a Difference

Guarantee Real Estate’s roots run deep in Central California. With consistent dedication to giving back to the community, The The Guarantee Good Will Network was established in 2007. Through this charitable giving fund, Guarantee Real Estate, its Sales Associates, and employees have combined efforts to support local nonprofits that improve quality of life or provide shelter to people in need.

The Evolve of a New Era
Scott, Joan, and Paul continuously searched for greater opportunities to expand services to the community, and enhance services to the Sales Associates. In 2013 Guarantee Real Estate became a wholly-owned subsidiary of HomeServices of America, Inc., a Berkshire Hathaway affiliate. HomeServices is the second-largest full-service independent residential real estate brokerage firm.

In 2014 Joan Eaton and Paul Gibson retired. In June, 2015 Andy Nazaroff was announced as the General Manager of Guarantee Real Estate, and J. Scott Leonard became Chairman Emeritus during the same time.

In December, 2015 J. Scott Leonard retired, and in January, 2016 Andy Nazaroff was announced as the President/CEO of Guarantee Real Estate.

Moving forward to a new era is an exciting journey for Guarantee Real Estate. The company is constantly evolving with the changes of each new age in real estate. However, Guarantee will continue to hold true to the same values it adopted almost a century ago.

Continuous education, advanced technology, high-quality marketing, real estate coaching, mentoring programs, and management support allow the Sales Associates to provide the best real estate services available. With over 460 Sales Associates and thirteen offices throughout Central California, Guarantee Real Estate is happy to continue serving Fresno, Clovis, Prather, Shaver Lake, Reedley, Selma, and Dinuba.

Guarantee Sponsors Youth For Christ

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The Guarantee Good Will Network announced a $600 sponsorship to Fresno/Madera Youth For Christ. The grant will be used to sponsor the organization’s Campus Life 5k Walk/Run on August 26, 2017.

About Fresno/Madera Youth for Christ
For over 75 years Youth For Christ has worked alongside the local churches to share the hope of Christ through intentional relationships, and programing. The organization encourages a balanced life for youth, by engaging with them mentally, physically, spiritually and socially. With over 100 volunteers, and a dozen staff members, the organization is able to assist over 2,000 youth each year. The ministry of the organization doesn’t just reach the school campuses, but it makes a difference in the local neighborhoods, and juvenile detention centers as well.

How Can I Help?
Youth for Christ is richly blessed by the community’s support and generosity. There are many great ways to get involved with the ministry of Youth For Christ. Whether you choose to volunteer, make a donation, or both, you will make an everlasting impact in the life of a child. CLICK HERE to learn more.

The Guarantee Goodwill Network Fund is a donor-advised fund, established at the Central Valley Community Foundation, to encourage Guarantee employees to give back to the communities where they live and work.

Guarantee Donates to Fresno First Steps Home

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The Guarantee Good Will Network announced a $2,500 grant to Fresno First Steps Home. The grant will help replenish the fund account that is used to provide emergency shelter vouchers to the homeless in Fresno County.

About Fresno First Steps Home
Fresno First Steps Home is a private partnership focused on eliminating homelessness in Fresno County. The organization formed in 2009, and it’s primary focus is to invest the funds raised in nonprofits, agencies, and in efforts that have a proven success record. Fresno First Steps Home believes that everyone deserves a place to live. By partnering with organizations who follow the “Housing First” model, the organization is able to safely transition homeless individuals to a supportive living environment, and direct them to the services needed to become productive citizens.

Fresno First Steps Changes Lives!
Since 2009, the organization has housed 3,417 homeless people, and 1,992 people have received assistance to prevent homelessness. During the past 3 years, Fresno First Steps Homes has updated its computer systems to help individuals locate mental health and housing assistance. Additionally, the program has expanded to 4 other locations, and mobile locations serving the rural areas of Fresno County.

How Can I Help?
Your contribution to Fresno First Steps Homes is desperately needed. The Emergency Voucher Program is running dangerously low, and will run out of funds before the end of this summer. With your support, you can help the organization continue to break the cycle of homelessness in Fresno County. Click here to learn how to assist the organization with your donation.

The Guarantee Goodwill Network Fund is a donor-advised fund, established at the Central Valley Community Foundation, to encourage Guarantee employees to give back to the communities where they live and work.

River Park Farmer’s Market -The Valley’s Richness in One Location

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Written by: Leverne Brown

On last Tuesday night I was in the mood for something fun and different. The weather was perfect, and I really felt like spending some time in the sun. So, I put my favorite sneakers on, grabbed my shopping bags, then headed over to the River Park Farmer’s Market. The tantalizing aromas of corn on the cob, fresh grilled sausage, kettle corn, and fresh fruit were in the air. The joy of music, love, family, and laughter set the tone for a wonderful first time experience.

River Park Farmer’s Market
When the River Park Farmer’s Market opened 18 years ago, Owner/Operator Peter De Young’s mission was to make the valley’s rich produce available to all residents in the heart of Fresno. There was no better place for a location of the Farmer’s Market than in the center of the valley’s biggest outdoor shopping arena, River Park.

So many Vendors in One Location!
With so many vendors to choose from, I had a hard time deciding where to begin my shopping experience. The smell of fresh grilled sausage was tugging at me. Caleb and Sommer DeFreitas, owners of Sierra Nevada Pork, LLC pulled me in. What a lovely couple. “Welcome! Please sample anything you want ma’am. We offer a huge assortment of flavored pork sausages, bacon, beef, and poultry. Everything is made fresh!”-Caleb DeFreitas-Owner, Sierra Nevada Pork, LLC

I couldn’t help but notice Chays Farms, a family farming business all the way from Watsonville,CA ( located near my home town of Santa Cruz). They were selling fresh berries, squash, and gorgeous chinese eggplant. The berries are very juicy by the way!

Have you ever tasted Filipino breads? They are similar to Hawaiian breads. Always soft, not too sweet, and so divine! Bread and Butter Clovis specializes in international breads, desserts, and cakes for all occasions.

Caleb from Golden State Snacks (not to be confused with Caleb from Sierra Nevada Pork), is a young man from Michigan. He visits his grandpa Mike every summer to help and learn the family business. Golden State Snacks sells an assortment of dried fruit, trail mix, and flavored nuts. I recommend the dried strawberries.

Made For Them, a local organization that fights human trafficking, uses the profit earned from selling their merchandise to pay for victim services. The women who benefit are those who’ve left the human trafficking industry and are on the road to recovery.

Homemade Peach cobbler, fruit bars, and cinnamon rolls can be purchased from Pennsylvania Pastries. All of her recipes were developed from generations of cooks in the family!

Baba Hummus offers a wide variety of flavored hummus. Zesty lemon, beet, garlic, sun dried tomato, and avocado are just a few flavors that I’ll mention. The pita chips are light and crispy, with just a touch of salt. So delicious!

Time for Dinner!
I was having so much fun at the farmer’s market that time got away from me. After two hours of shopping and chatting, I was ready for dinner and a cool drink.

The gentleman at Aguas Frescas kindly hooked me up with a mixture of pineapple/mango aguas frescas. His mother prepared a fresh fruit cup with big chunks of watermelon, honeydew melon, cantaloupe, pineapple, mango, and crunchy cucumbers. The drink was something else! It reminded me of an island beverage.

At the suggestion of another patron, I decided on TakoBBQ for dinner. The menu features bbq meats with a flair of Korean fusion.

My rice bowl included healthy amounts of spicy chicken topped with sesame seeds, crispy lettuce, and rice. Tonight I think I’ll try the Korta Sandwich, which is a Korean version of the torta.

Before leaving, I stopped at Grandpa’s Popcorn and Sweets. The company is family owned and is currently managed by the family’s third generation. Grandpa’s Popcorn is available at every Farmer’s Market and in their store as well. The menu selection is comprised of gourmet flavored popcorn, cupcakes, and chocolate sweets. The fruity popcorn tastes just like fruity pebbles!

River Park Farmer’s Market is open on Tuesdays 5-9 PM through October 24, 2017. It’s a great place to meet up with family and friends OR to enjoy an evening stroll with music and shopping.

I had a quick chat with the owner of River Park Farmer’s Market, and he is very proud of the success that the market has achieved. “The River Park Farmer’s Market offers hundreds of varieties of fresh locally grown fruits, vegetables, herbs, eggs, honey, nuts, and so many other things our shoppers have asked for. Our message is simple. Buy Local. Eat Fresh. Have FUN! I’m really proud that the Market we founded nearly 2 decades ago has been voted the “Most Delicious Farmers Market” in the region by the California Fresh Farmers Market Association.”-Peter De Young, Owner/Operator of River Park Farmer’s Market.

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A Tour Through Fresno Chaffee Zoo

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Written by: Leverne Brown

I recently had the opportunity to take a private tour of the Fresno Chaffee Zoo at Roeding Park. I know what you’re thinking. What’s so exciting about the zoo? Well, the Fresno Chaffee Zoo has come a long way from nearly closing down, to receiving national recognition for the best zoo exhibit. The zoo has made significant changes during the past 13 years, and it’s now a place that hosts visitors from 30 different countries and all 50 states! My tour included stops through Sea Lion Cove, African Adventure and a wonderful experience feeding the giraffe at Twiga Terrace.

An Improved Fresno Chaffee Zoo
The funding provided by local tax Measure Z made it possible for the zoo to make major improvements to parking and older zoo exhibits. Due to the zoo’s major transformation, it now serves as a magnificent venue for weddings, receptions, events, and a learning environment for children and adults.

Sea Lion Cove-A National Award Winning Exhibit
My tour began at Sea Lion Cove, the 2014 National AZA Exhibit Award Winner. Upon my arrival, I could hear the sounds of waves clapping, and the very familiar bark of sea lions that reminded me of my childhood in San Francisco Bay. This exhibit offers a coastal experience like no other zoo in California.

Sea Lion Cove has top level seating and a 35 ft. underwater viewing window. The underwater viewing window is so captivating that couples exchange vows and host wedding receptions there.

After Sea Lion Cove we took a short walk to the sloth bear exhibit. Here’s some exciting news: The sloth bear exhibit will soon expand to include a new Asian exhibit!

African Adventure
African Adventure opened in 2015 and nearly doubled the size of the zoo. As I walked through each exhibit, the sounds of African music and safari scenery made me feel as if I was on a real African Safari.

African Adventure has lions, cheetahs, African elephants, rhinos, wildebeests, a new giraffe feeding station and more.

Our first stop in African Adventure was the cheetah exhibit. I just love the cheetahs because they are very quiet and subtle. Their movements are secretive by nature to protect their prey from the vicious lion.

Across from the cheetah exhibit are the huge white rhinoceros. My favorite was “Baby Rudo” whose name means love.

Our next stop was Twiga Terrace, the giraffe feeding station. Twiga Terrace is fairly new to Fresno Chaffee Zoo and it has 5 giraffe that eat very fast! The feeding station is elevated and it allows visitors to interact with the giraffe at eye view.

My tour of African Adventure ended with the African elephants. The education station is very informative with artifacts and updates on the zoo’s participation with the African continent. I was enlightened by the information I received and amazed at their efforts to track and identify elephants.

African Adventure is only phase one of the zoo’s expansion project. The designs for phase two are almost finished, and the new exhibits are expected to be ready for the public to enjoy sometime after 2020. Phase two will include hippos, crocodiles, and an additional underwater viewing exhibit. Also, there are plans to build a water play area that will include waterfalls, and a splash areas for children to enjoy.

I asked my tour guide what Fresno Chaffee Zoo meant to her? She answered, “I had no idea what to expect when I started working at Fresno Chaffee Zoo. I’ve been here for 3 years and I can honestly say that the zoo has given me an appreciation for animals, wildlife and conservation. The community is supportive and we are fortunate to have a county that focuses a lot on making this place what it is.” – Ciara Castellanoz, Marketing Manager-Fresno Chaffee Zoo.

The Fresno Chaffee Zoo is open year round with extended hours during the summer months. With so much to see and do it can be hard to decide which attraction to visit first. Be sure to plan your visit to get the best experience possible.

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Shinzen Garden at Woodward Park

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I had the pleasure of taking a personal guided tour through the Japanese Shinzen Garden at Woodward park. As soon as the Kochi doors opened, I became captivated by the beautiful topography of the garden. My first experience at Shinzen Garden was truly unforgettable, and my visit confirmed once again, that Central California has hidden treasures that are just waiting to be discovered.

History of Shinzen Garden
The original development was envisioned in 1967, and the donation of land by Ralph Woodward helped launch the establishment of Shinzen Garden. The original plan was to set aside 2 acres for the garden. However, since the garden’s opening in 1981, it has grown to 5 acres of splendor that encompasses every element of a true Japanese garden; water, rock, and plant material.

Shinzen Garden
Shinzen Garden is patterned after a group of ancient scrolls with a designed layout of all 4 seasons; Spring, Summer, Autumn, and Winter. That being said, there is an ever changing experience that one feels when the garden is visited during different times of the year. To see the cherry blossoms in full bloom, you must visit in January because by February, the blossoms are gone. For those who prefer to visit the Autumn section of the garden, the best time to visit would be in November when the Fall colors are prominent around the bird sanctuary.

Japanese Tea House
Our first stop was the Japanese Tea House where ceremonies are held throughout the year. The tea house was originally built in Japan and then donated by Jackie Duncan to Shinzen Garden. Since it’s placement at Shinzen Garden, it has been refurbished to include 3 rooms, and a new roof which retains the original feel of an authentic Japanese tea house.

Our journey continued with a peaceful walk through different trees, rocks, and waterfalls. I even spotted a gentleman practicing the art of Tai Chi! I also caught a glimpse of the donor board which includes the names of contributors like Paul Sito, one of the original landscape designers and a current board member of Shinzen Garden.

The Bonsai Garden
After our brief walk, we entered what I thought to be the most magnificent collection of bonsai. During my time in The Bonsai Garden, I learned that the Clark Asian Museum in Hanford,CA named Shinzen Garden as the home of about 125 of their bonsai collection! I’ve never seen such a beautiful mixture of horticulture and art. I was just amazed at the collection of so many different bonsai.

The Bonsai Garden is also the home of a Chinese Elm bonsai originally rescued from highway 41 in Fresno, CA.

Double Moon Bridge
Toward the end of my visit, we walked over the Double Moon Bridge. It’s called the Double Moon Bridge because when the moon is out, the reflection in the water resembles that of 2 full moons.

As I took a look down toward the quarry, my eyes were met with an assortment of koi. I chuckled as they swam beneath the bridge. I didn’t see any turtles out, but I’ve been informed that many reside there as well.

It’s impossible to experience the entire Shinzen Garden in one visit, but my my personal tour guide Dwayne Berrett did an outstanding job of guiding me through the prime spots within the garden.

At the end of my visit, I asked Dwayne what Shinzen Garden personally meant to her and she explained, “Shinzen Garden is a beautiful gift to the city of Fresno. It’s a place of serenity that offers you a journey to a different world outside of the norm.” -Dwayne Berrett, President of the Board of Directors at Shinzen Gardens.

Shinzen Garden is Open to Everyone!
Shinzen Garden serves as an attraction to the public year round, and many people from diverse parts of the world come to the garden to experience its beauty and splendor. The garden also serves as a prime location for photography, weddings, quinceaneras, and memorial services. Group tours are available by appointment and school aged children are encouraged to visit as well.

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Summertime Fun at Oso De Oro Park!

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Written by: Saeng Bunsy

Welcome to the Bullard neighborhood, where old world charm meets modern style homes. The Bullard neighborhood is a desirable neighborhood to reside. The area is excellent for family life with great schools, lots of activities to enjoy, and a quiet community.

Can I tell you about a secret spot tucked away in the Bullard neighborhood? Oso De Oro Park. Oso De Oro Park is a family park that features a play structure, basketball court, and a tunnel. And if that isn’t enough, the park also has picnic pavilions with a barbeque area, open green space for lounging, and a lake for relaxation.

Although guests are not allowed to swim in the lake, there are other activities to enjoy. My children and I enjoy playing basketball, flying a kite (when it’s windy enough), watching the ducks, and of course, my personal favorite is … having a picnic!
What better way to enjoy the summer this year than to explore what your own neighborhood has to offer? If you’ve never visited Oso De Oro Park, I highly recommend this spot to visit during your next day of leisure with family, or even time spent with yourself.

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Sierra Foothill Conservancy Receives a $1,000 Donation from The Guarantee Good Will Network!

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The Guarantee Good Will Network announced a $1,000 grant to Sierra Foothill Conservancy. The grant will assist the organization with its mission to maintain important habitat, family ranches, and clean water resources for current and future generations to enjoy.

About Sierra Foothill Conservancy

Sierra Foothill Conservancy is a land trust doing critical work in the central Sierra foothills. Over the past twenty years, the organization has conserved over 28,000 acres in Fresno, Madera, Mariposa, and Eastern Merced county region by protecting the lands.

Sierra Foothill Conservancy provides recreational and educational opportunities in the lands they protect. The organization also offers guided hikes to the stunning table top mountains and surrounding land.

The Conservancy is a wonderful outdoor classroom where youth can learn about the protection of natural habitat and resources. Educational offerings include: astronomy, orienteering classes, as well as plein air art events.

How Can I Help?

Your contribution to Sierra Foothill Conservancy is heavily leveraged. Every $1 donated supports $15 to $30 in direct land protection efforts. With your support, the Conservancy can advance community driven conservation efforts, act quickly to protect threatened lands, and ensure land and water conservation remains a priority in the community. Click here to discover more ways to make an impact with Sierra Foothill Conservancy.

The Guarantee Goodwill Network Fund is a donor-advised fund, established at the Central Valley Community Foundation, to encourage Guarantee employees to give back to the communities where they live and work.

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