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The Tangerine Travel Charity Foundation is a public non-profit, volunteer-driven organization committed to the public benefit though philanthropy and hard work.


The Tangerine Travel Charity Foundation will help to enrich the lives of our neighbors in the Pacific Northwest region, with respect and compassion for people and their own capabilities. As the Foundation continues to mature, its mission will remain steadfast.

Helping and serving - doing our part to strengthen the community and help those in need.


The founders and staff of the Foundation embrace a core set of values:

  • Integrity The Board and staff will be open and honest with one another, and the community. We will encourage the highest possible standards of conduct and ethics.

  • Respect for All People – The Board and staff, in all of their work on behalf of the Foundation, will show graciousness and respect to all people. The success of the Foundation is enriched by soliciting and considering the innovative ideas and advice of others.


  • Commitment to Effectiveness – The Board will identify unique and strategic opportunities to advance positive change. Taking a long-term view, the Board will measure and evaluate effectiveness as best as possible to ensure strategies and tactics are on target.


  • Capacity to Think Big – The Board will initiate and be receptive to ideas in which a large commitment of funds and/or time can make a unique and lasting contribution. The Foundation will operate in a way that ensures flexibility to respond to such opportunities.


  • Governance – Our Board of Directors understands and embraces its responsibility to oversee the Foundation's mission, strategic direction, finances and operations, and will do so honestly and with integrity. The Board establishes clear and understandable policies and ensures that these policies are followed.

Board of Directors

  • Angie Lepley, President

  • Tara Patton, VP

  • Jodene Rohde, Treasurer

  • Brian Forester, Secretary

  • Susan Milam

  • Karen Ferguson

  • Georgia Smith

  • Jessica Downing



Serving the greater Edmonds community for over four decades.


In the beginning, they served 20 people per week. Today the food bank serves over 350 families each week and distributes 47,000 meals each month equating to 170,000 pounds of food.

Once the Edmonds Food Bank became certified from Volunteers of America Western Washington, we began collecting excess food from area grocery stores. Today volunteer drivers pick up donations from Costco, Fred Meyer, QFC, Safeway, Sprouts, Target, Trader Joe’s, WinCo and others.

“In our wildest dreams, we never thought we’d still be needed,” Peggy Kennedy said. “We keep trying to work ourselves out of business.”

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Located on 85 acres, Pasado’s Safe Haven is home to approximately 200+ animals: dogs, cats and farmed animals, most of whom we rescued as victims of cruelty. They enjoy fresh air, green pastures, nourishing food, state-of-the-art vet care from our Healing Barn and, of course, lots of love! After receiving any medical care that is needed, almost all of our animals are available for adoption.

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