Running a non-profit is hard work, and a lot of time and money. Helping a non-profit in your local community is a win-win, and there are many ways you can do this. At TCC, May 2017 is “Nursing Homes Rock” and local sales associates are encouraged to take a care
TCC Gives was so proud to support Gracie this year, as the 2018 Student of the Year for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. Gracie is a rockstar, and an inspiration to all of us here at TCC Gives. She has won the fight against Leukemia, and now is an
The Luna Cares Fund supports women who are fighting cancer. They do this by providing assistance with groceries, gas and rent through gift cards, providing women with “wellness baskets” loaded with goodies that will help them to feel better, and also can provide them with beautiful wigs. Oxford, OH
TCC Gives supported the MDA Summer Camp in Washington. Thank you so much for the awesome Thank you!
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TCC Gives awarded a grant to Johnnycake Center of Westerly to support emergency food assistance. During Summer vacation their SPLASH Vacation Meal Program (Summer Program Looking to Alleviate Student Hunger) provides additional breakfast and lunch meals to any child in their service area who qualifies for free or reduced
TherAplay received a donation at the TCC Sales Rally fall 2016. They were one of the first organizations to apply for a TCC Gives Grant. With their grant they built a new barn to house their amazing therapy horses! TCC Gives was able to go to the
The Thurmont Senior Center in Thurmont, MD received a grant from TCC Gives in March 2017. Their request came because they need the space where they currently had a super-large, outdated TV. They had to move bookcases around each time they needed floor space for their group exercises
Attached is a report on the progress of the grant TCC Gives awarded to the Christel House Academy in our community of Indianapolis, IN. Thank you for the report and we are so happy we can help these bright children!
Christel House Academy
Christel House Academy interim grant report
The Alton Area Animal Aid Association (the 5A’s) in Godfrey, IL received a grant to go towards a purchase of a new vehicle for the transport of their animals to and from vet appointments, adoption events, and other needs. The old van was barely running so this came at
Jacob’s Ladder is a pediatric rehab center in our community of Chesterton, IN. TCC Gives granted money for their therapeutic listening program for special needs children. The kids and therapists are thrilled with their new devices and the listening library treatment program!