MISSION: TCF strives to improve the lives of our youth by serving as role models
and working closely with youth to achieve their goals through our Sisterhood, Brotherhood, and
and TCF Jayhawks AAU Basketball Programs. Read more about each program below.
A Big Sister Partner
Sisterhood provides 1:1 mentoring to young ladies who are ages 12 and up. Under the direction of trailblazing mentors, girls learn appropriate social etiquette and are given emotional and social support. Girls are also encouraged to be resilient as they face life's challenges and aim for academic success.
A Big brother Partner
The Brotherhood organization is a group within the Carter Foundation that focuses on this generation who needs guidance to remain on the right track. While the Carter Foundation focuses on community based projects, the Brotherhood organization digs a little deeper. The Brotherhood was founded by members of the Carter Foundation who had a vision that more was needed in order to guide our youth down the correct path. These men bonded together and sought out key problems that they saw among everyday society. The Brotherhood works daily to solve these problems from a youthful perspective.
The Jayhawks Basketball Organization was founded in 2016 by Coach Ty Harden. The program consisted of three teams. The teams competed all over the southern states. The organization was built with a sole purpose of serving our youth. The Jayhawks Basketball organization aims to keep our youth on a positive track through basketball. The organization focuses on the needs of the youth, not only on the court, but off the court as well. Our goal is to produce positive citizens and leaders in life through basketball. Life lessons are taught to this new generation who will one day become our future leaders. The Jayhawks Basketball organization looks to continue to produce positive role models, shedding light on the individuals to follow them.