2022 Community Investment Recipients
TCF helped fund Abilis' Competitive Services program, which provides job training for 225 developmentally disabled people, and has employer satisfaction levels of 100%.
TCF provided no-cost medications and medical services to over 1,800 patients in Norwalk by funding Americares.
TCF supported the Boys and Girls Club in Stamford which provides after-school activities and positive youth development services to more than 3,000 children.
With funding from TCF, Building One Community served vulnerable immigrants through its workforce development program.
TCF funds helped train new volunteer advocates at Child Advocates of SW CT who work one-on-one with vulnerable children who have faced trauma, abuse or are in appointed foster care.
TCF funded Child Guidance Center of Mid-Fairfield County Outpatient clinic that serves more than 600 youth and families annually who struggle with clinical depression, anxiety disorders, bipolar disorder, and mental health issues.
For 42 years, TCF has supported The Carver Center’s after-school academic and enrichment programming for Norwalk K-12 students, helping to keep students performing on grade level and graduate high school.
TCF helped fund Child Guidance Center of Southern CT Mobile Crisis Intervention Services Program which provides immediate in-person crisis stabilization, assessment and ongoing case management for children and adolescents experiencing acute trauma or crises.
Last year, the Mobile Crisis team responded to 392 episodes.
TCF helped Children’s Learning Centers provide comprehensive, high-quality preschool to prepare Stamford's children for kindergarten and close the achievement gap between lower income preschoolers and their higher income peers.
TCF funds supported the hiring of a youth and family counselor who work with children of domestic violence victims at Domestic Violence Crisis Center.
TCF funded Domus’ school engagement program for 250 Stamford high school students. The program helps disengaged students build interpersonal relationships and acquire the social and emotional skills and habits needed to graduate high school.
TCF helped fund 4,100 school children with weekend meal kits through Filling In the Blanks.
TCF funded a year-round academic support program for 120 first through eighth grade students; all of whom qualify for free or reduced-priced meals at Horizon at New Canaan Country School.
TCF helped INTEMPO provide music education to under resourced children in Stamford and Norwalk.
TCF helped Liberation Programs fund a mobile van that offers recovery coaching, harm reduction, medication assisted recovery and resources. The mobile van also connects people to substance abuse programming.
Last year, Pacific House, with help from TCF, provided 226 people with emergency shelter and case work to help them find permanent housing.
TCF funding supported SPEF’s Summer Start Program which provides more than 160 incoming kindergarteners, who haven’t previously had a preschool experience, an opportunity to build math and literacy skills and learn classroom routines prior to starting school.
TCF helped fund Food Rescue’s expansion efforts in Fairfield County. Food Rescue US connects surplus food with the critical hunger demand and currently partners with 41 agencies in Darien, Norwalk and Stamford.
TCF funded Horizons at Norwalk Community College, which aims to reduce summer academic “slide” through a tuition-free, 6-week summer program for 120 students.
TCF helped Kids in Crisis fund Teen Talk counselors who provide mental health services to 302 teens in Norwalk, including 1,164 individual counseling sessions.
TCF funding helped New Covenant Center food programs, including the only area soup kitchen and food pantry, serve 4,600 individuals in Stamford 365 days a year.
Since 2010, TCF has funded Person to Person’s Emergency Assistance Program that provides emergency financial assistance, food and clothing to clients.
TCF’s grant supported STAR’s Early Intervention program that provides therapies to more than 50 young children annually impacted by intellectual/developmental disabilities.
TCF funding supported Family Centers’ School based health clinics serving students at 8 Stamford Public Schools.
TCF helped at-risk youth to graduate from high school and go on to college by funding Stamford’s Future 5.
TCF helped 114 adults and children move into permanent housing by funding Inspirica.
TCF supported Laurel House’s Supported Ed program which helps students, living with a mental condition, succeed in post-secondary education or vocational certification.
TCF helped Open Doors to provide food, shelter, case management services and support for homeless individuals to help move individuals from homelessness to housing stability.
TCF provided emergency financial assistance to low-income seniors by funding SilverSource.
TCF funds helped pay for staffing for The Depot’s middle school program that promote inclusivity, positive peer interaction and leadership development.
TCF helped The Rowan Center provide education programs on sexual violence prevention, including roundtable discussions for Darien students.