About TRC Foundation
TRC Foundation Assets Exceed $2 millionBecause people with disabilities need supports that others may take for granted — in areas such as education, employment, skills of daily living, and participation in recreational and social activities — community support of TRC Foundation and The Resource Center is critical...
A Legacy of Giving
TRC Foundation's Legacy Circle Provides Consistent SupportConsistent periodic or annual contributions to TRC Foundation provide financial resources that, over time, grow into a significant “legacy” that will support individuals with disabilities for years to come. In 2001, TRC Foundation’s Board of Directors established a “Legacy of Love”...
August 2016 – Todd Frangione, left, Director of Business Operations for The Resource Center, and Kate Piazza, middle, Executive Director of the Boys & Girls Club of Northern Chautauqua County, pose with Dr. Gordon Wuebbolt, M.D., Community EyeCare Specialists founder, just before taking off in...Read more
The generosity of our community enables The Resource Center and TRC Foundation to pursue their missions of improving the lives of individuals with disabilities. An event was held recently to honor those who are committed to financially supporting the organizations’ work. The third annual TRC...Read more
TRC Foundation hit a high note when it awarded the Day Services Program at the Michael J. Raymond Center in Jamestown money for The Resource Center’s bell choir. The group, known as Ring for Joy, is composed of people with disabilities who gather once a...Read more