TCT does more than keep people connected by offering broadband services. We want every community we serve to stay strong and thrive, that is why each year TCT contributes thousands of dollars to local charities, civic organizations, and schools in our service communities. TCT also supports our communities by promoting them to potential residents and businesses through our Smart Rural Community campaign.
If your club, organization or school has an event that benefits the entire community please fill out one of the below online forms to make your request.
It is NOT TCT’s practice to give to individuals or causes that benefit one or a few individuals, such as traveling teams, dance teams and individuals soliciting funds to attend competitions.
Requests must be made through non-profit groups that work to benefit TCT’s certificated service areas. Documentation of non-profit status may be requested.
We ask that all requests be done online, but if you cannot complete the online form, please ask that one be sent to you by mail by contacting Angie Schwerdtfeger at 620-767-9014 or emailing ASchwerdtfeger@tctainc.net
Bottled water requests are reserved for the support of special events that will enhance TCT’s certificated service areas. Please click on the above link to submit a request.
TCT employees give back to our communities through individual and small group volunteering. Please click the above link to learn more and to access an online request form.
Advertising sponsorships are typically requests for the support of special events that will enhance TCT’s certificated service areas. Requests that are for $1,000 or more, are for special projects or the purchase of substantial items, should be submitted as a TCT Project Assistance Grant. Please click the above link for access to an online form.
For over 50 years TCT has offered the latest in communication services to its members. In 2009 TCT committed to further serve their members through the TCT Community Development Initiative. The initiative was designed to help promote healthy lifestyles for current members and businesses and support infrastructures that will attract new residents and businesses to TCT’s service areas. The initiative focuses on strengthen TCT’s member communities by providing assistance with leadership training, creating and growing community foundations, grant procurement and business development, for both new and existing businesses.
The TCT Community Project Assistance Grant was created as a part of the initiative to nurture the growth and prosperity of TCT’s exchange communities, by supplying financial assistance. A subcommittee consisting of three TCT Board of Directors, and CEO, Dale Jones oversees the approval of grant submissions. If you are interested in applying for a grant, please click the above link for access to an online form.