Health and Wellness of the Community
The Claremont Club takes pride in helping the health and wellness of the community and further. They do so by sponsoring and implementing a number of programs onsite at the club. From treatment for those living with paralysis to addressing the academic needs of the children in the Claremont Unified School District, wherever there's a need in the community, the Club seeks to fulfill it.
Through the generous hearts, support, and donations from the club and its members, each program has flourished and enriched the lives of those involved. On a daily basis we are humbled by the positive reception and "thank you's" we receive.
Our emphasis on civic duty and dedication to making a difference in the community lies within the heart and vision of our President and CEO, Mike Alpert. Mike Alpert has successfully led the company since 1997 and has singlehandedly served as the spearhead in the club's charity endeavors. His ability to recognize a need in the community and fulfill it has benefitted many and he has no plans on stopping any time soon.
The newest venture in the club's determination to "give back" comes in the form of a new paralysis recovery center, The Perfect Step. The Perfect Step has established itself as a household name in the paralysis community and is pioneering endeavors in both research and education in the field. The 7000 sq.ft. recovery center on the TCC campus, associated with The Be Perfect Foundation, has more than 100 participants in the program stemming from a wide variety of neurological ailments and disorders.
To learn more about The Perfect Step or any other community involvement please see TCC Gives Back.