Collaboration Center Foundation

8390 W. Windmill Lane, Las Vegas, 89113

Our Mission

Collaboration Center Foundation was established in February 2019, to serve and support the lives of families, caregivers and individuals living with Intellectual, Developmental, Physical, and Learning Disabilities (ID/DD/PD/LD) of ALL ages at its 5-acre campus providing the largest disability resource and support network in Nevada; focusing on social inclusion, peer engagement, recreation, treatment and therapy, parent training and education, care coordination, health and wellness, vocational training, and wrap-around support services through the life-span.

Our Vision

To create the largest collaborative disability network and support model statewide and nationally to help every individual and family member in need of disability-related services get connected to the best resources for the greatest outcomes, while creating a safe campus community that meets families where they are and promotes health and wellness, physical and mental health, and strong supportive relationships that benefit all we serve on and off campus.

Our Goals

Currently we are working to build a collaborative community and family-centered campus in Nevada to house providers, agencies, and non-profits serving those with different and unique abilities. Our multidisciplinary partnerships serve individuals, family members, caregivers and peers touched by Intellectual, Developmental, Physical, and Learning Disabilities (ID/DD/PD/LD) over the lifespan. This model allows the Foundation to focus efforts on providing quality case management, care coordination, and comprehensive wrap-around services needed for families and providers within our community. The Center also acts as a community data hub to promote advocacy work and shape policy to improve every life for generations to come.

Fundraising Opportunities

Annual Night en Blanc Gala: On October 5 we will host our 3rd Annual Night En Blanc Gala, our largest fundraiser of the year, at our Collaboration Center Campus. Join us for a night under the stars where we feature a premier food fair event with local chefs serving prominent guests recognizing community advocates and create awareness and funding to benefit our programs and campus expansion.

Other Legacy Opportunities

Collaboration Center Foundation partners with businesses, philanthropists and family foundations to support various campaigns that pave the way for individuals and families to get connected to much needed programs and wraparound support services statewide. Legacy opportunities include, but are not limited to:

Volunteer Opportunities

We’re always looking for volunteers to contribute their time, talent and treasure, to support our events, campus and community programs, annual family resource fairs, and other collaborative activities.

Year Established



Lynda Tache – CCF Co-founder, President/CEO, Parent/Advocate; Grant a Gift Autism Foundation, Founder, Past President & CEO

Galit Ventura-Rozen – Interim Chairperson, Ventura Commercial Professionals, Inc., Broker/Owner

Jill Moser – Secretary, Moser Architect, Owner

Jacki Miller – Treasurer, Smart City, CFO

Tony Cornell – Trustee, The Penta Building Group, Executive Partner

Terence Davis – Trustee, Lexicon Bank, VP of Banking


Michelle Allison, The Allison Law Firm, Managing Partner

Joe W. Brown, Attorney, Jolley Urga Woodbury & Holthus

Melanie Chapman, Chapman Law

Bob Fowler, Hospitality Consultant

Scott Hammond, Nevada State Senator

Phil Patent, LEV Group and Wicked Donuts

Linda Smith, Christopher Smith Foundation

Debra C. Vigil, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, Associate Professor, Dept of Speech Pathology & Audiology

University of Nevada Reno, School of Medicine

Sonny Vinuya, Office of Governor Joe Lombardo southern NV outreach coordinator

President Asian American Pacific Islander Chamber of Commerce

Julie Walburn, Director of Government Affairs, Red Rock Strategies


Dr. Gregory Sholeff, MD – Chair, Family medicine, Valley Health Physician Alliance

Dr. Jonathan Still, MD – Vice Chair, Psychiatry, Focus Mental Health

Dr. Blair Duddy, MD, Pediatrics, Southwest Medical

Dr. Gaston Vergara, MD, Cardiology, Heart Center of Nevada

Dr. Irfan Tahir, MD, Internal Medicine, Primary and Senior Care

Dr. Mario Gaspar de Alba, MD, Developmental Pediatrician, UNLV School of Medicine

Dr. Michael McGrew, MD, Family Medicine, Valley Health Physician Alliance

Dr. Sid Khurana, MD, Psychiatry, Nevada Mental Health

Dr. Tousif Pasha, MD, Gastroenterology, Center for Colon and Digestive Diseases