TCC Nonprofit Foundation

The TCC NonProfit Foundation's mission is to improve the overall health and quality of life for people living and working in our communities using exercise, nutrition, and socialization.  Our focus will be on those affected by chronic injuries, chronic illnesses, underserved children and their support groups.

There are 4 beneficiaries of the TCC NonProfit Foundation and they are:

The Living Well After Cancer Program

A joint effort between The Claremont Club and Pomona Valley Hospital Medical Centerís Robert & Beverly Lewis Family Cancer Care Center.  The program is specially designed to improve cancer survivorís fitness level, quality of life and self-esteem.  Participants meet at the Club twice-a-week for thirteen weeks.  The program consists of a support group, exercise, nutrition, and massage therapy.

The Pediatric Cancer Program

Pediatric & Young Adult Cancer program: a one year program for children and young adults who are struggling with cancer.  The program is specially designed to track the quality of life outcomes using Exercise is Medicine.  Participants meet at the Club two times weekly.  All participants and their families are afforded complimentary Club membership for the entire year and the child is allowed to bring their best friend free for the year as well.  All social and camp programs are offered complimentary.

The Adopt-a-Family Program

An annual program that takes place between Thanksgiving and Christmas.  The Club raises money in order to support 14-18 financially disadvantaged families during the Christmas Holiday.  Claremont Club members are able to purchase raffle tickets for products and services which are donated by staff.  All monies go to purchase clothing, beds and other needed items.

Summer Camp Scholarships

Summer Camp Scholarships are given annually to 150 financially disadvantaged children in the Claremont, Ontario/Montclair, Pomona and Bonita school districts.  Children are selected by each school principal and are chosen based on financial need and citizenship. 
Each participant receives one week of camp; the weekly field trip, lunches daily and a Camp tee shirt.  

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