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Tadd and Diane

Clark Legacy Circle

Tad and Dianne Taube

Named after our visionary founder Dr. Esther B. Clark, the Clark Legacy Circle honors donors who have expressed a commitment to CHC through their estate plans.

Longtime supporters and friends of CHC, Tad and Dianne Taube continue to inspire us with their investment in the health and wellness of youth in our community. The Taubes recently joined the Clark Legacy Circle with a generous estate plan commitment in support of the Teen Mental Health Initiative. The Initiative is of particular interest to the Taubes because it aligns with their philanthropic priority to provide the best treatment options for youth and young adults struggling with mental health issues. When asked about the planned gift, Tad commented, “We want every child to have the opportunity to grow with the best health care, and mental health is a big part of that.

These are the leaders of the next generation and we appreciate the work CHC is doing to help them reach their potential.”

Philanthropy is a critical component of the Teen Mental Health Initiative, ensuring therapy for youth and young adults ages 10-24 continues to be affordable and accessible, with minimal wait times. CHC would like to thank Tad and Dianne for believing in this program and helping so many kids get the support they need and deserve.

For more than 30 years, Taube Philanthropies has been a leader in supporting diverse educational, research, cultural, community and youth organizations in the San Francisco Bay Area, Poland and Israel. Founded by businessman and philanthropist Tad Taube in 1981, and now led by Tad and his wife Dianne Taube, the organization works to ensure that citizens have the freedom and opportunity for advancement of their goals and dreams.

Clark Legacy Circle Members

Paul and Wilhemina Achilles
Barbara Alhouse, Dorothy Bolton
Anne Dauer
Nina Demmon
Irwin and Glenda Derman
Bill and Phyllis Draper
Selina Drummond
Richard and Helen Elkus, Jr.
Margaret Falk
Jane Hansen
Robert and Cynthia Hockey
Glenn and Mary Johnson
John and Suzanne Killea
John Kriewall and Betsy Haehl
Jean and Bill Lane
Patrick and Nancy McGaraghan
Mrs. James R. McNamara
John and Rebecca Nelson
Franklin Orr, Jr. and Susan Packard Orr
Carol Phy
Joan Platt
Karen and John Reis
Chuck and Jean Rigg
Bille Corinne Sarzin
Betty Schink
Maud Hill Schroll
Quintilla Shott
Isaac and Madeline Stein
Tad and Dianne Taube
Jean and Richard Taylor
Mary Thornton
Mike and Ellen Turbow
Samuel Untermyer II
Eleanor Winant