Proud Members Of:
Chamber of Commerce
City of Thousand Oaks, CA
City of Simi, CA
City of Camarillo, CA

ASID Industry Partners
http://www.asidla.org/
ASID Los Angeles is the largest ASID Chapter in California and perhaps in the 13 Western states. We represent some of the most influential and trend-setting interior designers in the United States. As a chapter, we strive not only to increase and enhance Interior Design practice skills through continuing professional education, but also to ensure designers’ right to practice through state-approved certification. We educate consumers on the value of hiring an Interior Design professional to protect their health, safety and welfare. Finally, we aim to expand markets for all members, and provide and promote opportunities and incentives for active participation of our membership.

The New West Symphony
http://www.newwestsymphony.org/
In addition to fundraising, we are committed to community educational programs for both children and adults. A major goal is to reach out and acquaint the community with our prestigious orchestra. Supporting annually the New West Symphony formally the Ventura County Symphony Design House and its projects through participation, donation and advertising since 1992

Camarillo Ranch Foundation
http://www.camarilloranch.org/
To preserve, restore, and maintain the Camarillo Ranch as an historic site in partnership with our public and private sectors, on a self-sustaining basis; to foster its place in the rich history of California; to transform it into a focal point of the community for education, enrichment, and enjoyment; and to exhibit our diverse history and culture.

The Meadowlark Service League
http://www.meadowlarkserviceleague.com/
The Meadowlark Service League (“MSL”) is a non-profit organization of women dedicated to raising funds for a variety of local charitable organizations and programs that provide services to meet the needs of Camarillo and the greater Ventura County.

Tile Heritage Foundation
http://www.tileheritage.org/TileHeritage-home.html
The Tile Heritage Foundation, founded in 1987 as a nonprofit charitable organization, is dedicated to promoting an awareness and appreciation of ceramic surfaces in the United States. The Foundation serves the need for a historical perspective regarding all ceramic surfacing materials, both past and present. In addition to aiding in the education of the general public about the rich and varied history of tile, the organization has become a major voice in the preservation of existing installations of rare and unusual ceramic surfaces while enhancing the visibility of contemporary tile work as well. Tile Heritage involves more than the promotion and protection of tiles, murals and mosaics. The Foundation represents the need to preserve a perception of ourselves. From the time of the earliest cave paintings and molded clay forms, people have always sought to conceptualize themselves and inspire others through artistic endeavors. Safekeeping ceramic surfaces today is an integral part of preserving ourselves, a means of being remembered and understood by future generations.

Ceramic Tile Distributors Association

Additionally Tile City and Stone provides on going support for youth sports around the county:

El Rio California Little League
http://www.littleleague.org/

Simi Valley High School, Pioneer Baseball
http://www.pioneerbaseball.org/

Moorpark California Striders, Track and Field

Camarillo High School Football

Moorpark High School Baseball

Moorpark High School Track and Field

Moorpark College Track and Field

Firefighter Gerry Schrang Benevolent FundProu