The Sunland Village Foundation completed fundraising for its first project in 2013.
This project involved improving the pond and island on the 6th hole of the Sunland Village Golf Course.
The project totaled $30,000. Donations from Sunland Village Residents and Golf Club members made the project possible.
The Foundation donated a twelve-foot Christmas Tree for the outside of the Sunland Village Auditorium
The Sunland Village Foundation worked with the Sunland Village Tennis Club to raise $70,000 to help fund the cost of providing an additional tennis court in Sunland Village.
The Tennis Club raised $18,000 during December, 2014.
They raised additional funds during January and February 2015 through concerts and dance events.
They continued fundraising projects throughout 2015 & 2016.
Not all of their fundraising projects involve the Foundation.
However, when they request their members to raise large amounts of money through personal donations, those funds were held by the Foundation until the project was completed.
In the event that the project is unsuccessful the funds held by the Foundation will be returned to the donors.
The Foundation voted to sponsor two students to participate in the Highland High School Orchestra’s Starlight Serenade Strolling Strings group.
The Foundation took $320 from its general fund to fund this project. However, other members of the Foundation asked to donate to this project and the Foundation donated a total of $800.
The Foundation By-laws require that worthy organizations outside of Sunland Village are eligible to receive financial help in addition to projects within.
The Foundation voted to fund the enhancement of the holiday decorations outside the Sunland Village auditorium for November 2017.
The Foundation will partner with the Creative Quilters to create and install the added decorations.
The Foundation has budgeted $1,500 for this project.
The SVCA Board and the Sunland Village Foundation Board have voted to enter a joint project to remodel all of the entrances to Sunland Village to resemble the entrance at Greenfield Ave. and Diamond Ave.
The Boards will start with the remodeling of three entrances.
They are Roanoke & Southern, Farmdale & Higley, and Racine & Broadway.
The Foundation will conduct a donation program to raise the funds.
The Foundation has budgeted $25,000 for this project.
The Foundation has begun communicating with the City of Mesa to upgrade and enhance the plantings around the outside of Sunland Village.
The area between the outside wall and the sidewalk is owned and maintained by the City of Mesa.
The Foundation would like the City of Mesa to take more positive action to clean up, prune, destroy, and provide new plantings.
While the process to upgrade and enhance the area gets underway, the Sunland Village Hiking Club has begun a schedule of picking up debris around
the outside of the Village in an effort to make the outside of the Village more attractive.
No budget has yet been established for this project.