Brian Sokol, of Toledo, has been elected Chairman of the Tama County CommunityFoundation (TCCF), effective July 17 at the July Governing Committee meeting held at the Toledo Library. Rick Krug of Dysart, Vice-President & Trust Officer of Traer's Branch of Farmers Savings Bank & Trust and former TCCF Chairman, remains on the Governing Committee.
Sokol is employed by the State Bank of Toledo as a Financial Advisor CFP, and is a Toledo native and graduate of South Tama. He received his B.A. in Financial Management and Real Estate from the University of Northern Iowa. Sokol is active in his community, serving on several boards and commissions including, currently, the Toledo City Council, the Tama County Economic Development as Vice-Chair, the Toledo Community Development Board, the Tama County Leadership Steering Committee, and more. He also volunteers on several local committees and for the Wieting Theatre. Sokol is married to Cassie, the current Tama-Toledo Chamber Coordinator, and has one son, Keidyn, a second grader at STC.
The Tama County Community Foundation was formed in 2005 as an affiliate of the Community Foundation of Northeast Iowa located in Waterloo, Iowa. The TCCF works together with many individuals, families, businesses, and organizations to establish endowment funds that provide grant awards for years to come. In addition, gifts to permanent endowment funds with the TCCF qualify to receive Endow Iowa State Tax Credits, a program giving donors an Iowa tax credit of 25 percent of the amount of their donation. $6 million dollars in Endow Iowa tax credits are available annually.
The Tama County Community Foundation is governed by active community-minded volunteers, representing every community of Tama County. For more information about the TCCF, visit www.tamaccf.org or contact Mary Fasse-Shaw, TCCF Development Associate, at email@example.com or (641) 751-5251.