Community Advised Funds are collaborations between community-minded citizens and TCF. TCF is the fiscal sponsor, and provides administrative, financial, and technical expertise. Meanwhile, the community members lead fundraising and programming efforts.

If you would like to create a Community Advised Fund, please contact us at info@TCFhelps.org

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City of Chester Giving Circle

Provides grants to non-profits that serve the City of Chester.

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Supports the mental health of workers in the food and beverage industry.

Illustration of yellow gears encircled by text reading "Dr. Raymond J. Carr III Memorial Fund" with smaller text beneath that reading "a program of the community's foundation."

Provides grants and scholarships in memory of Dr. Raymond J. Carr III.

Text reading "Eddystone Youth Fund" above smaller text reading "a program of the community foundation", all below a childlike drawing of some buildings and a smiling child next to a lighthouse.

Eddystone Youth Fund

Provides recreational, community, and educational opportunities for the Youth of Eddystone.

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Supports the construction and capital upkeep costs associated with the inclusive playground at Edgewood Elementary School.

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Elite Meet Fund

Supports the fight against cancer.

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Enhances and improves the quality of life for abused, neglected, and at-risk children.

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Hospice Legacy Fund

Celebrates the life of friends and patients of Taylor Hospice.

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Commemorate the service of Interboro’s Hometown Heroes.

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Kara Barnard Fund for Youth Literacy

Inspires a love of reading amongst children.

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Margaret Lindgren and Kathleen Pastor Fund

Supports single mothers who suffer financial hardship due to the loss of a loved one or illness within the family.

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Ridley Hi-Q Fund

Supports the Hi-Q Program at Ridley High School.

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Ridley Swimming Fund

Supports swimming and diving programs at Ridley High School.

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Play for the A’s

Supports families affected by Alzheimer’s Disease and dementia.

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Enhances and improves the quality of life for women in Delaware County, through collective giving, by women.

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Swarthmorewood AA Field Improvement Fund

Supports capital improvements at Swarthmorewood AA’s fields.

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Creates opportunities for young women to see their full potential by providing funding for scholarships and resources, advocating for female athletes across all sports, and inspiring them to become future leaders.