Q.      What is the time commitment required for Project W members?

A.         The minimum commitment is to make a $550 donation by the specified deadline and to vote in person or by submitting a ballot in advance of the meeting.  If you would like to be more involved, you can join a committee that evaluates the grant applications or spread the word about the Fund to charitable organizations that may be interested in submitting a grant application. Encouraging and enlisting new members to the Fund is appreciated!  This is YOUR Fund – together, we can make a difference!

Q.        If I am unable to donate the full $550, can I team up with a friend to pool our donations?

A.         Yes! However, you will get one vote and one of you will need to select one individual to serve as the official representative of your group.  We recommend a maximum of 5 women per group.

Q.        If I contribute more than $550, do I get another vote?

A.         Additional contributions are appreciated and would go toward grants awarded and any programming costs for that year.  However, you would only have one vote. 

Q.        Can I gift membership to a friend or family member?

A.         If you’d like to purchase multiple memberships, you can gift additional memberships to family or friends — then that individual would receive a vote.

Q.        Can I join if I don’t live in Delaware County?

A.         Yes! We welcome all who are interested in making an impact in Delaware County.

Q.        Do you accept employer matching donations?

A.         Yes! We will work with you and your employer on the details.

Q.        I am not ready to be a member just yet, but want to support Project W.  Can I make a contribution?

A.         Thank you!  Additional funds will go directly toward grants awarded and any programming costs for that year.

Q.        Will my donation be tax deductible?

A.         Yes, your donation is tax deductible.  Once you make a contribution, TCF will send you an acknowledgment letter for your records.

Q.     Who is TCF?

A.         TCF, The Community’s Foundation based in Springfield, Delaware County, is a charitable, 501(c)(3) organization that is committed to enhancing and improving the quality of life in your community. TCF does this by providing support, education and funding to othernon-profit organizations and individuals in Delaware County and beyond. The Project W Fund will be able to leverage TCF’s extensive experience in managing grant programs at a nominal cost.  For more information, visit www.TCFhelps.org, email info@TCFhelps.org or call 610-461-6571. The official registration and financial information of The Community’s Foundation may be obtained from the Pennsylvania Department of State by calling toll free, within Pennsylvania, 800–732–0999. Registration does not imply endorsement.

Q.      Where can I learn more about Project W?

You can email us at ProjectW@TCFhelps.org, or call TCF at 610-461-6571 and ask for Lauren or Heather. 

Q.        I am interested!  To whom and where should I send my payment?

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