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The Village Connection, Inc.(TVC), a 501 c3 Charitable Youth Enrichment Organization

Combined Federal Campaign#
CFC# 69243
Maryland Charitable Campaign#
MCC# 20103


*100% of Fees & Donations Support our College Access Program
*All Donations are fully Tax Deductable
*We Welcome In-kind-Donations
*Contribute on our Payments/Donations & Sponsorships page


Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/thevillageconnection


Email us at: info@theconnectedvillage.org

PAYMENTS and DONATIONS

Our Programs and College Tours are very costly. Therefore, we work year round to obtain donations and sponsorship to sevre our underserved students.

Final payments for all college tours and camps must be made 2 weeks prior to the start of the college tour or camp session your student will attend!

Please, no cash accepted, Money Orders or Cashiers Checks only!

Address checks or money orders to:

The Village Connection College Access Program
P.O. Box 1232
Temple Hils, Md 20748

Please call for details and further information at:
1-877-205-6833



  • By Credit Card (MasterCard or VISA)
  • By Check or Money Order
  • Of Stock donations
  • As Beneficiary of Your Will or Insurance Policy
  • In Memorial or Commemorative Requests
  • From Combined Government & Employee Campaigns
  • From Employer Matching Gift Programs
  • Of Clothing, Furniture and other items for Holiday distributions
  • From Corporations and Foundations

Charitable donations to TVC are tax exempt to the extent allowed by law.

To complete the payment process:

Complete and send the online form on the Home page. Please download the online application and mail it to the Village Connection P. O. Box to finalize confirmation of the payment.

Bring your payment and application to the Mentor Workshop, or mail it to the address above. (See the online Calendar for Workshop dates)


Thank You All for
your Contributions and In-Kind Donations

The Village Connection's annual operation budget that allows us to serve students and mentors comes from individual donations, fundraisers, and from institutional and corporate sponsors like you. It is only with the support of others can we continue to empower and support DC public high school students to find their best pathways to post secondary education, career and enriched life.

Every new and renewing donor makes The Village Connection and its programs stronger and more effective. If you are already a contributor, thank you for your gift. If you are not a current donor please consider making a donation this year. Every contribution, of every size toward our annual fundraising goal to keep all of our needed programs running is meaningful. Supporters listing as of August 25, 2007.


Supporters
Academic Empowerment.com/www.pigskinjamboreeworkshop.org
Born Again Community Baptist Mission Church
CABEL Foundation
Combined Federal Campaign
Bens Chilli Bowl
Fort Washington Baptist Church
German Service Center
Giant Foods
Hope Banking Centers
Horton's kids
Huggy's Personal Training Studio
Jacket Micro Devices
J & J Imaging
Matthews Memorial Baptist Church
Mount Ennon Baptist Church
Morton's Media
Murrays
Price Costco Wholesale
Safeway Foods
Sam's Club
Sisters By Choice
STAPLES
Shoppers Food Warehouse
Walmart
(WWIP) Women Working in Purpose
Wilkinson Elementary School
The Window Depot Company

Individual Donors
Akwasi Asibey
Andrew E. Edwards
Angela White-Narain
Anjanie Narain
Arletha McQueen
Brenda Muhammad
Capt. Roquelle M. Rhine
Caren Johnson
Cathy Braxton, Esq.
Christine Bowman
Constance L. Ervin
Daniel F. Huck
Darlene E. Neal
Darwin & Tracey Farmer
Deborah Boddie, Esq.
Deborah Reeves, Esq.
Deidre M. Hackey
Dianne Spann
Dr. George E. and Kimberly White
Dr. Faith Tanney and N. David Palmeter
Edith Cromwell
Ervin Owens
Gene & Camelle Carson
George and Josephine Lyght
Ghytana Butler
Glen Best
Henry Thompson
Iris Early
James & Josie Robinson
James Raeford
Jean Marshall
Jerry and Gloria Ravenell
Jeff Younger
Joann Edelin
John and Anna Marshall
Johnathan and Sontia Tomlinson
Juanita Tillman White
Karen Renee Parker
Kathy Wenger
Linda Thomas
Lorethea Davis
Manon Matchett
Margaret Braxton
Percell H. Thomas
Phenomena Jackson
Renee D. Sumby
Roscoe and Cheryl Holley
Sharrarne Morton
Sonya and Kamal Ali
Steve and Jackie Williams
Susan Crawford
Ted Daniels
The Clark Family
Vincint R. Thomas




Contact Us
Call "1-877-205-6833"
to leave message

or email info@theconnectedvillage.org
 
   
"DO WHAT YOU HAVE TO DO NOW,
SO YOU CAN DO WHAT YOU WANT TO DO LATER"

A Quote from the Movie, "The Great Debaters"