Imagine how an employee feels asking you to help with rent.
Now imagine you’re the employee.
YOUR HARDSHIP FUND. MADE POSSIBLE BY TFEC.

IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE UNITED WAY OF THE CAPITAL REGION

COVID-19 COMMUNITY RESPONSE FUND

TFEC and the United Way of the Capital Region have partnered to establish the COVID-19 Community Response Fund. Together, we are committed to serving our most vulnerable community members by providing support to our long-standing and trusted nonprofit community partners on the frontlines.

TFEC’s COMMITMENT TO

DIVERSITY, EQUITY, AND INCLUSION.

The Foundation for Enhancing Communities (TFEC) Board of Directors and team have taken the last few months to acknowledge and reflect on issues of systemic racism and oppression that are facing people of color in our communities. TFEC works to support all members of our communities in order to reach their full potential.

For our community, for good, forever.

Inspiring giving by partnering with donors to achieve their charitable goals and strengthening our local communities by investing in them now and for future generations.

TFEC in the community

We believe that a flourishing community is one based on equality and inclusion. Where we all come together to ensure that no one is left out. Where everyone has a voice—and the power to activate change.

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What’s new with TFEC

COVID-19 Community Response Fund

TFEC & United Way of Capital Region Announce
Fund to Support COVID-19 Community Needs

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$1.4 Million in Scholarships

TFEC awards more than $1.4 million in scholarships to 539 local students.

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Over $108,000 in Grant Awards

TFEC grants more than $108,000
to 36 area nonprofit organizations.

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Zachary Moore Music Memorial Fund

"TFEC is family to us. It means a lot to have the fund at a place where people cared about Zachary when he was alive, and care about this memorial fund that we’ve established in his honor."

Pillars with Purpose

"TFEC has a can-do attitude. They're invested not just in getting the job done, but also emotionally invested—which makes for a great partner."

Owen's Fund

"I think it's really important that we have a structure and an entity like TFEC to help the community thrive."