Thanks to all of the wonder donors to this project. Your support has made this dream come true.
The TC House fulfilled its vision to help youg adults with Special needs achieve their full potential by living independently and remaining active in the communities in which they grew up. The first two residents, Chris and Scott, recently moved in to this privately funded home, thanks to the generosity of so many companies and individuals. Join them by memorializing your personal message on a brick that will be laid on the property of the TC House. The link listed below has additional information on the brick campaign and how to place your order.
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TC House Mission
The TC House was started in June 2005 with a vision to help young adults with Special Needs achieve their full potential in the Pittsburgh Airport area. Tyler Palko and the Board of Directors had a goal of getting a friend they have all grown up with by the name of Chris McGough into this home in Imperial, PA. They all believe that Chris and other young Special needs individuals should be able to stay in communities where they have grown up and remain active in these communities. The TC House organization has been hosting golf outings over the past ten years to raise money to build this home. This four bedroom home is for individulas that can live in a regular neighborhood and be a part of the community. The house was built as a Hybrid type project where the community helped as an Extreme Makeover/Habitat for Humanity Type Project. Construction began Wednesday March 5, 2014 and completed November 26, 2014. The home is now finished, and it will be a place where individuals with Special Needs will thrive with independence and confidence and live fuller lives by giving back as members of the community.
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