Suzanne Tateosian Memorial Fund

Suzanne TateosianMany people have reached out to us to express their sorrow at hearing of Suzanne Tateosian’s unexpected death and have asked if they can contribute to something in her memory. Suzanne was an exceptional person who contributed greatly to the resilience of our community during her many years on our board through her work with block leaders, our Emergency Cache Program, our annual drill and Ham radio communications. We are discussing ways to honor her with her husband, Jeff.

If you would like to donate to the Suzanne Tateosian Memorial Fund, be sure to click on the “Dedicate This Gift” link when you contribute via credit card or bank transfer (which you can also do by texting). Checks should be made out to “Suzanne Tateosian Memorial Fund.” We will acknowledge your gift and notify Suzanne’s family of your kindness and generosity. All contributions are tax-deductible.

 

How to Donate

You can donate in three ways:

  • Click here to contribute via your credit card or a direct bank transfer (with a lower transaction fee). NOTE: Click on “or choose another payment method” to donate by credit card or bank transfer.
  • Text 44-321 to GIVE2BNN
  • Make out a check to “Burlingame Neighborhood Network” and send it to Anne Hinckle, BNN Treasurer, 1616 Sanchez Ave., Burlingame, CA 94010.

You will receive an immediate donation acknowledgment for your tax records. BNN is a tax-exempt organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the federal tax code. Our federal tax ID number is 84-2682635.

 

Support BNN

The Burlingame Neighborhood Network’s mission is to encourage Burlingame neighbors to connect with one another to build a sense of community, become informed about disaster preparedness and prepare for emergencies. Our work is made possible through the support of the Burlingame City Council and the generosity of community supporters.

Your tax-deductible contribution will support:

  • Our quarterly programs on emergency preparedness and crime prevention topics, which are free and open to the public
  • BNN’s annual Burlingame Disaster Survival Drill, which engages hundreds of local residents
  • Our free newsletter, which includes news about training courses, events and opportunities to connect
  • Tips on how to organize your neighborhood, including sample flyers and activity ideas
  • Our free cache program, which provides emergency supplies valued at $550 to active neighborhood groups

Founded in 2006, BNN now has more than 50 active neighborhood groups. We work closely with the Central County Fire Department, the Burlingame Police Department, local Ham radio operators and CERT volunteers

For more information, please contact info@burlingamenetwork.org.