Igniting Hope Together capital campaign

Help Build for Tomorrow

TLC’s historic capital campaign, Igniting Hope Together, launched its quiet phase in the fall of 2019 in celebration of our 50th anniversary. Thanks to the transformational leadership of a dedicated group of volunteers, advisors, and generous supporters, over $7.3 million has been raised so far to modernize the residential section of our 9-acre campus, kicking off the first phase of construction. This initiative includes building a new residential home, which will prioritize care for our most medically fragile clients, and renovating two existing residences to create a new “Residents Village.” We need your help to raise the final $2.5 million. Help us build for tomorrow by giving to Igniting Hope Together today.

You can also support programs today by donating to TLC’s Annual Fund.

SECU Foundation $1.5 Million Challenge Grant

We’re excited to announce the SECU Foundation Challenge. Together with our partners at the SECU Foundation, we’re calling on the TLC community to raise $2.5 million during this public phase of the 50th Anniversary Campaign, Igniting Hope Together, to meet the $1.5 million challenge grant by the fall of 2024. Never before has TLC received a gift of this magnitude or embarked on a project this ambitious — and we need you to get there. Your generous support of the SECU Foundation Challenge will open doors, quite literally. Make your donation below!

[Note: Many people choose to give to nonprofits like TLC from their assets — stocks, gifts from their IRA, and grants from their donor-advised funds to see potentially larger tax savings. When giving in one of these ways, the recipient for TLC should be “Tammy Lynn Memorial Foundation, Inc.” (EIN: 56-0999619). Donate stock using this form. TLC cannot provide any tax, legal, or financial advice, but please reach out with other questions about how to give — info@nctlc.org or 919.755.2678.]

TLC’s Residents Village

Supporters, partners, families, and staff recently came together to ceremoniously break ground on the new ICF home and Residents Village. See more from this special day and what it means for residents, families, and staff from Sarah Crawford, TLC’s CEO and Terry Moore-Painter, daughter of founding parents Betty and Durham Moore, and sister of Jimmy Moore, one of the first 10 children who moved into the original “Tammy Lynn Home.”

To learn more about the capital campaign, naming opportunities, or to make a multi-year pledge, contact:

Alyson Stoffer
Director, Strategic Impact & Outreach