The TWANDA Foundation is a private, 501(c) (3) family foundation dedicated to support for women’s issues, education, and services for the disabled. From its founding to present day, the TWANDA Foundation is funded annually on an as-needed basis, as dictated by our priority issues, and those determined by the TWANDA Foundation Board. Our long term goal is to fully fund the foundation in the future from the estate of the founders. Since its inception, the TWANDA Foundation has awarded over $4,000,000 in grants to over 50 non-profit organizations registered in the US.
The TWANDA Foundation seeks to empower and expand opportunities for women, disenfranchised youth, and people with disabilities. The foundation primarily supports organizations in the San Francisco Bay Area but has, on occasion, funded national and international non-profits.
The Board of Trustees of the TWANDA Foundation includes:
The TWANDA Foundation is a family funded, 501(c)(3) private foundation located in Alamo, CA. It was established in 2003 by Sidne and Lisa Long. The foundation grants to non-profits in Contra Costa and Alameda Counties in Northern California. Our focus areas are Women's Empowerment, Education, and Disabled Services. Since it's inception, the TWANDA Foundation has awarded over $4 Million to more than 50 registered non-profits in the San Francisco Bay Area.