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The Enrichment Fund
Purpose About History
Purpose, About and History
Since The Village Club’s founding in 1956, philanthropy has been one of the cornerstones of its mission. In 1983, the philanthropic arm of The Village Club received a 501(c)(3) designation to become The Village Club Foundation which continues to make a significant impact in the tri-county area by providing grants to other nonprofit organizations. While TVC Foundation benefits the larger community, it became apparent there was a void in not being able to positively impact the lives of The Village Club staff and their immediate families.
After several years of thoughtful planning, The Village Club Enrichment Fund received IRS approval as a 501(c)(3) public nonprofit organization in April 2020. It is a separate legal entity from The Village Club with the mission to:
- Enrich the lives of our employees and their immediate family members through educational scholarships;
- Enrich the lives of our members and the community through expanded life-long learning opportunities;
- Enrich the Bloomfield Hills and Birmingham communities through beautification and historic preservation projects.
The Enrichment Fund is governed by a volunteer board of directors comprising TVC members with diverse financial, nonprofit, and philanthropic expertise. All funding for The Enrichment Fund comes from Village Club members and friends as tax-deductible donations. All donors will be sent an acknowledgment letter that conforms to IRS requirements for tax purposes.
Click here to view the 2022 Scholarship Recipients.
The Enrichment Fund Board Of Directors
|Scholarship Director||Claudia Malone||2021-2024|
|Director at Large||Susan Lane||2022-2025|
|TVC Board Liaison||Joan Primo||2023-2025|
The Enrichment Fund President is appointed by The Village Club Board of Directors.
For more information or if you would like to volunteer, please email [email protected].