Brother Tim Journey House Endowment
Since 1983, Journey House, a non-profit based in Pasadena, has served foster youth promoting education as the pathway out of hopelessness, poverty, and homelessness. Through education and job training, Journey House youth become equipped for success, improve their quality of life, increase their standard of living and become productive members of society.
About the Endowment Fund
In August 2015, Journey House established the Brother Tim Journey House Endowment with the Pasadena Community Foundation. The goal of the endowment is to provide a permanent source of financial support for college education or vocational training which leads to self-sufficiency and independence for former foster youth.
LEGACY PARTNERS — ENDOWMENT DONORS
Patrons of $50,000 or more
Margie & Robert Petersen Foundation
Douglas and Barbara Stephen
Benefactors of $25,000 to $49,999
Joan Fritz Estate
Fred and Betty Wong
Contributors of $10,000 to $24,999
Daniel and Shirley Mayworm
Contributors of $1,000 to $9,999
Martha Jo Morehouse
Sisters of St. Joseph in California
Givers Under $1,000
Daniel and Alva Gluck
Dr. Toni Cavanagh Johnson
Debi and Scott Kroman
John and Louisa Kushner
Joanne and Juan Lara
Joyce Locke Family Trust
James and Susan Noyes
Robert and Darlene O’Leary
Ludina and El Sayed Sallam
Dolores Ward Estate
To donate to the Brother Tim Endowment Fund:
Step 1: Send a tax-deductible check payable to Journey House and write “Endowment Fund” on the memo line.
Step 2: Journey House will transfer your donation into the Pasadena Community Foundation’s Journey House Endowment Fund for Former Foster Youth.
Step 3: You will receive a Legacy Recognition in Journey House’s website and newsletters.
Managed by the Pasadena Community Foundation
Journey House is a federally exempt 501(c)(3) Non-Profit Organization
Tax I.D. # 95-3838636
United Way of Greater Los Angeles number is 17320
Edison International Employee Contribution number is 8096