Tools For Tomorrow Inc - Writing, Art, Music, Drama
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DIRECTORS & AFFILIATES

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Founder Rachel Druten congratulates TFT Student

Jim Reed
 President
Janice Lyle
 Vice President
Doug Martin
 Vice President
Robert Hopkins
 Vice President & CFO
Diane Fox
 Secretary
Rachel Druten
 Founder
Lee Appel
Andrew Jessup
Jean Kemp
Judith Morley
Jennie Inch
 VISIONARIES Chairman

 
 

AFFILIATES

Kachinas - Native American Unit

Katherine J. Andrews
Lee Appel & Richard Victor
Annette Bloch
Daniel & Daryl* Bryant
Jean* & Art Daman
Mary Lou & Lew Doty
Alfred* & Elizabeth Hastings
Jean Ann Hirschi
Jackie Lee* & James Houston
Madeline Kuhn
Louise & Bill LaNouette
Joni Maltzman
JoAnn McGrath
Nancy & Beau Miller
Courtney & Audrey Moe
Jolynn Reid
Mary Roche
 Chairman Emeritus
*Deceased

STAFF

Edward F. DiNicola
 Executive Director
Andrea Hecht
 Operations Manager

 

 
 

75-105 Merle Drive #600
Palm Desert, CA 92211

760 601-3954
760 674-9923 Fax

info@toolsfortomorrow.org
www.toolsfortomorrow.org

Tax ID #33-0889045

 
 

Tools For Tomorrow is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) that provides after-school arts literacy programs integrating creative writing, art, music and drama
for children grades three through five in elementary schools throughout the Coachella Valley, at no cost to the children.

Tools For Tomorrow promotes cognitive, emotional, social, multi-sensory and critical thinking skills by offering children a hands-on experience in
Art, Music, Creative Writing and Drama. Tools For Tomorrow encourages the children's artistic self-expression and nurtures the positive self-esteem
resulting from the discovery of their inherent creativity. As they create their own works of Art they acquire a coping mechanism for the future:
a "tool for tomorrow" and a vision of what their lives can become.