Throughout November and December, Tahoe Beach Club is giving back to the Stateline to spread holiday cheer while supporting friends and neighbors.
Club members are delivering food to first responders and collecting gifts for underprivileged children.
On Thanksgiving Day, the Tahoe Beach Club team hand-delivered dinner to all Tahoe-Douglas fire stations on duty. They created a feast for more than 20 firefighters working the holiday.
“It’s always hard for the TDFPD crews to work the holidays, but thanks to TBC chef and his crew, the on-duty firefighters enjoyed a piping hot and delicious Thanksgiving feast with their spouses,” Tahoe-Douglas Battalion Chief Steve Prather said in thanking the club on behalf of C Shift.
The Beach Club team plans to continue their efforts by delivering charcuterie, crudités, and cookies to the South Lake Tahoe Police Department on Christmas Day.
Beach Club also partnered with Live Violence Free, Toys for Tots, and Zephyr Cove Elementary School to support more than 30 local families in need.
Members donated toys for each child and grocery gift cards for their parents. Some members hand-knitted blankets and hats as a gift.
“We are incredibly grateful that Tahoe Beach Club was able to adopt over 30 families,” said Live Violence Free Executive Director Chelcee Thomas. “The holidays can be especially stressful and full of challenges for survivors and their families. Community support like this truly makes an impact in the lives of those we serve.”