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 It was a sure sign that fall was in the air when it was time for the annual Tustin Mayor's Thanksgiving Breakfast.

 Tustin Mayor Chuck Puckett, Senator John Moorlach, Assemblyman Steven Choi,  members of the Tustin City Council, local business and community leaders, city and school district representatives and nonprofit volunteers came together for an inspirational morning.

Click HERE to view a collection of pictures taken by
John McGuire Photography

GuestsThe 23rd Annual Tustin Mayor's
Thanksgiving Breakfast
Hosted by the Tustin Community Foundation
Thursday, November 21, 2019
at the Salvation Army Tustin Ranch Church
with Guest Speaker
 Art Barter
As the owner and cultural architect of Datron World Communications, Inc., Art Barter turned $10 million company into a $200 million company in just 6 years. The success was born out of his desire to transform a traditional system of leadership into a servant-led organization.  Prior to joining Datron in 1997, he spent 8 years with the Disney Corporation and more than 25 years at manufacturing companies. He is the founder and CEO of Servant Leadership Institute and a graduate of Tustin High School.

This famous Tiller believes that how you get results is more important than the results themselves, and his presentations on servant leadership-related topics have inspired audiences nationwide.

Guests enjoyed entertainment by the
the Tustin Police Department Honor Guard
and members of the
and highlights from The Nutcracker Ballet by the
The Tustin Community Foundation awarded their 2019 Community Grants at the Breakfast along with a special collection for the Tustin Salvation Army Red Kettle Campaign.

2019 TCF Community Grant Recipients 

The needs in our community vary from year to year, with different priorities based on such things as the economy, budget cuts, healthcare issues and our diverse population. The Tustin Community Foundation Grant Committee takes great strides each year to ensure that our annual grants meet the most pressing of these issues and will make the most impact in the greater Tustin area.

2019 TCF Grant Recipients

American Legion Post 227 Veterans Emergency Fund

Child Creativity Lab

Create to Learn

Grandma's House of Hope Nana's Kids Nutritional Program

Helping the Behaviorally Challenging Child

Laurel House

LEAP Learning Center

Operation Warm Wishes

Rotary Club of Tustin - Santa Ana Special Programs for the Tustin Area Senior Center

Sunday Supper

Tustin Area Council for Fine Arts (TACFA) 

Tustin Dollars for Scholars

Tustin Host Lions Club

Tustin Police Foundation Run with a Cop Program

Veterans Legal Institute

Waymakers Tustin Youth Shelter