TGUP’s 6C Program helps groups of service clubs—Kiwanis, Rotary, Lions, etc.—carry out international development projects far greater than they could accomplish if they were only acting alone. It amplifies their generosity and impact.
Watch this short video to learn more.
6C stands for Clusters of Clubs Collaborating to Create Catalytic Change. It looks like this:
The 6C Program brings clubs together to fund specific, high impact projects in developing world communities: classrooms; medical clinics; playgrounds; latrines; libraries; water wells; etc.
TGUP manages all facets of project execution. It reports back to clubs on project budget, schedule, design, progress, and impact.
- Clubs can participate in specific, high-impact projects in the developing world.
- They can participate at the level that is comfortable for them and their members.
- TGUP manages all facets of project execution including budgeting, design, construction, and reporting.
- Clubs receive weekly updates and a final report on the progress of “their” project. 100% of every dollar donated goes to fund the designated project.
TGUP has completed 301 small-scale infrastructure projects in 25 developing world countries. All have been funded by small donations from many donors. All have a dramatic impact on local communities’ ability to help themselves.
TGUP is an IRS registered 501c3 nonprofit tax ID #20-8800-729.