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Keep up with the latest TCF news and events!

  Join Us in Assisting Our Honorees

As part of our annual recognition reception/banquet, we are honoring the good work of the recipients of…

  • the TCF Community Organization of the Year Award: The Library Foundation of Delaware County and
  • the TCF Community Impact Award: Joel Feldman, End Distracted Driving

Any donation made to TCF between now and May 6th (in which the donor references the word "banquet") will be evenly divided between the Library Foundation and End Distracted Driving. Use the button here to make your donation online with your credit card, debit card, or PayPal account.

Thank you to everyone for contributing to these local organizations. Our thanks as well to our lead reception/banquet sponsors: PNC Bank, TD Bank, and Tycor.

We are so excited by your support in our community. We can’t do what we do without you.

  Our New Web Home

We are excited to announce our new web address: www.TCFhelps.org.

TCF has always been committed to providing that "little extra" help in our community and our new web address emphasizes that commitment. "Helps" is now right in our address and the many ways we help our neighbors is the little extra we bring to meet life’s challenges.

  TCF Announces 2015 Scholarship Recipients

For the 14th year, Taylor Community Foundation has selected high-achieving students in our community as recipients of TCF scholarships, which are awarded to selected individuals who are interested in pursuing an undergraduate degree in an allied health profession and who currently live in our service area. Our hope is that our scholars will return to directly improve the lives of others living in the TCF Service Area.

This year’s recipients are:

  • Daniel Acker
  • Victor Ariyo
  • Samantha Barnett
  • Erin Damico
  • Sydney Eckert
  • Marco Evangelista
  • Kaitlin Graham
  • Claire Hollyer
  • Julianne LaRosa
  • Andrew Lombard
  • Varshini Mallireddigari
  • Katherine Sherry
  • Patrick Speakman
  • Colin Whelan

Visit our 2015 Scholarship Awards page for more information about our newest scholars.

Congratulations to these outstanding women and men!

  Darkness to Light Stewards of Children

TCF board and staff members were the beneficiaries of child sexual abuse prevention training presented by Michael Ranck, President/CEO of Community YMCA of Eastern Delaware County. TCF encourages everyone who reads this message to invest two hours of their time in becoming part of the 22,000 Darkness to Light Stewards of Children.

The Community YMCA of Eastern Delaware County is committed to help create a safer community for children by preventing child sexual abuse. By educating five percent of the adult population in our community, we can influence social change and help children to grow up to be healthier, happier adults.

Will you be one of the 22,000 adults we need to help prevent child sexual abuse? Visit www.cyedc.org/D2L/ to take the free training.

  What You and TCF Can Do Together

When you give a gift to TCF, you are investing in our common future and helping to provide a wide array of health and wellness programs and services to eastern Delaware County. We thank you for your support and for your continuing commitment to improving the quality of life in our community.

It is through the financial assistance of our generous contributors that the Foundation is able to make a significant impact in the communities we serve.

  • Together, we support local non-profit organizations that target health and wellness issues.

  • Together, we educate and reward our future health care professionals.

  • Together, we guarantee the warm, gentle care delivered by Taylor Hospice to our friends and families challenged by terminal illness.

  • Together, we build our local communities by creating funds to address critical needs.

Contributions may be mailed to TCF at 300 Johnson Avenue, Ridley Park, PA 19078. Or, for your convenience, use the button to the left to donate online with your credit card, debit card, or PayPal account.

  Recent Grants Awarded

The TCF Board of Directors recently approved the following grants:

  • CADES to support the cost of a multi-sensory room for its adult population.

  • Dragonfly Forest to support week-long camp sessions for children who have severe medical conditions and cannot enjoy a traditional camp experience.

  • HEADstrong Foundation to support "Nick’s House", a facility operated by the HEADstrong Foundation which provides complimentary lodging to displaced families traveling to Philadelphia for blood cancer related treatment, and for the Nicholas E. Colleluori Lymphoma Research Fund at the Abramson Cancer Center of the University of Pennsylvania.

  • Holiday Gift Empowered Giving to provide funding to empower members, hospice and foundation staffs, and — for the first time ever — hospice volunteers to determine who should receive a little bit of the TCF grant budget.

  • Operation Warm to enable the purchase of brand new winter coats to be distributed to needy children in the TCF Service Area.

  TCF's Pay-It-Forward Fund

TCF's Pay-It-Forward Fund is designed to assist local community members who encounter sudden adversity that leaves them with an unexpected and uncovered health-related financial burden.

Many of your friends and neighbors have already answered the call by hosting fund-raising events or making direct donations for the purpose of making Pay-it-Forward goals a reality.

If you are interested in helping us to fund these types of needs in your schools, workplaces, and neighborhoods, please contact the TCF staff by calling 610–461–6571 or via email at . Or use the button above to donate online with your credit card, debit card, or PayPal account.

If you have encountered a major setback of the type described or know somebody in the TCF Service Area who has, please use our Pay-It-Forward Application for Funding form to apply for assistance.