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This philanthropic program provides a one of a kind opportunity to bring the Technology Student Association to middle and high schools where money to pay for membership dues poses a challenge. Through the Champion Fund approved schools are allocated payment for their TSA chapter membership dues for one school year. During that time the recipient can experience what the Technology Student Association has to offer including leadership opportunities, competitive events, and chapter activities. Submitted applications are reviewed by a committee to determine eligibility and are processed on a first come/first served basis depending upon available funding. Schools receiving financial support from the Champion Fund are kept anonymous.
Please consider donating to the Champion Fund. Your contribution will help keep this important fund replenished. Tax deductible donations may be made by individuals (such as members, officers, advisors, alumni, or parents), local chapters, state delegations, schools, communities, businesses, or any other individual or group. Donors will receive an electronic receipt.
For a donation of $100 or more you will receive a TSA Champion Fund polo shirt and lapel pin. Donors who donate $25 or more will receive a Champion Fund lapel pin. Your dedication to TSA members across the nation will be evident each time you wear this symbol of TSA pride. Your donation receipt will itemize the amount of the donation (tax deductible) and the $28.00 value of the shirt (not tax deductible).
If your donation is made in honor of an individual or a group, a formal acknowledgement card will be enclosed with the shirt. Click here to personalize and print a card.
Click here to make your online contribution. Thank you for your generosity.
Eligibility categories to receive Champion Fund assistance are:
1) schools where there has never been a TSA chapter before and there is no
financial support from the community or school to pay for membership;
2) schools where there has not been a TSA chapter in the last five years and there is no financial support from the community or school to pay for membership;
3) schools that are experiencing an economic hardship (such as a natural disaster) and need assistance with membership dues.
For more information and to apply for Champion Fund assistance, click here.