TCP Academy Giving Funds

Investing in a TCP Academy Fund provides us with the financial support we need to successfully fulfill our mission and make the greatest impact in the community. No matter where you decide to invest, TCP Academy is just a vessel for your generosity that directly touches and impacts the lives of the youth we serve. 

TCP Academy Legacy Fund

 

The Legacy Fund supports the operating costs of our school. Your investment in this fund helps us secure superior Coaches (teachers) at competitive & worthy salaries, cover our location and utilities costs, purchase online academic content and materials for our students, and provide professional development for our Coaches and Volunteers, amongst the other operating costs for our micro school. 

Founder's Scholarship Fund

 

The Founder's Scholarship Fund supports scholarship to worthy families and students who need financial assistance to attend TCP Academy. Your investment will help secure a spot for a student and family who we believe in and desire to serve. Join us in serving worthy students who just need a little financial help.

Clubhouse Fund

 

Investing in the Clubhouse Fund provides TCP Academy with all of our classroom needs. To provide our students with a superior project-based education that develops virtuous, bold leaders, we need some distinct classroom necessities. From desks and chairs that encourage and accommodate collaboration to the messages on our walls, TCP Academy desires to be extremely unique requiring a unique classroom set up with unique furniture and equipment. Check out our Clubhouse Wish List for ideas you can invest in. 

TCP Youth Empowerment Fund

 

The TCP Youth Empowerment Fund supports our after-school and program efforts that serve local Anne Arundel County. 

Investing in this Fund enables us to continue providing free after-school and summer programming to low-income and underserved middle and high school youth in the Glen Burnie, Brooklyn Park and Ft. Meade/Severn surrounding areas. These areas are amongst the poorest areas of the county with the highest number of disconnected youth, youth homelessness and youth mental health issues.