2015 Awards Honor Central Coast Organizations That Help Others

Caroline Huetter in High School

It has been five years since the Caroline Huetter Foundation was established in memory of a daughter, sister and true friend. Over the years we have honored individuals for their efforts in making a difference and making the Central Coast a friendly, more community-oriented place.

This year, the Foundation has elected to financially support other organizations in the Central Coast that further Caroline’s interests, causes and attitudes.  The selected recipients of The Caroline Huetter Foundation awards for 2015 are:

In prior years, five young people have been recognized and rewarded with amounts up to $1000 with no restrictions on use of funds.

The previous year’s award winners are:

  • Ryan Page of Arroyo Grande, for actively promoting tolerance
  • Madison Womack of Atascadero, for reaching out to those suffering personal loss or illness
  • Cameron Holt of Paso Robles, for founding SAVE–an anti-bullying movement in schools
  • Victoria Villa of San Miguel, for working on underprivileged kids’ sports teams
  • Sarah Stafford of Atascadero, for raising funds and awareness of cancer treatment and other Central Coast disability support group.

For more information, contributions and nominations for the next Foundation award, please email us at carolinefoundation@gmail.com, call 805 462 8890, or write to us at TCHF Box 1471 Atascadero, CA 93423. You can also follow our Facebook page to keep up to date on goings on at the Foundation.



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