About the Conejo Valley Victims Fund
Ventura County Community Foundation (VCCF), in coordination with the City of Thousand Oaks, California Community Foundation, Conrad N. Hilton Foundation, Amgen Foundation, Sherwood Cares, and numerous others, have set up the Conejo Valley Victims Fund to support recovery efforts related to the shootings at Borderline.
While we know that financial support cannot begin to alleviate the pain of this tragedy, we hope these funds will offer some basic aid and support during these difficult times of transition and recovery. These funds are intended to assist in covering some of the expenses incurred or likely to be incurred as a result of this tragedy.
About the Draft Final Protocol & Public Hearings
VCCF will host two public forums to give concerned community members and those impacted by the Borderline shooting an opportunity to provide feedback and ask questions about the Draft Final Protocol, which will determine the process and distribution protocols for awarding financial support to qualified applicants. This is a draft protocol. The Final Distribution Protocol, which will govern the VCCF Conejo Valley Victims Fund, will be developed by the Special Oversight Committee, incorporating feedback from the public forums held on January 3, 2019 at the Scherr Forum Theatre, and is subject to approval by VCCF.
All aspects of this Draft Final Protocol, including without limitation the classifications of claimants, distribution criteria, claims process and timetable, and amounts to be awarded, may be revised and are subject to the full and complete discretion of the Special Oversight Committee and the Fund Administrator, subject only to the approval of the VCCF Board of Directors. The Draft Final Protocol document can be found here.
We invite your feedback and questions on the Draft Final Protocol at the public forums. You can also submit your feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information, please visit ConejoValleyVictimsFund.org.