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Spare A Latte: Join The Benjamin Franklin Club 

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Do you love TFAS a latte? Could you spare a latte every month for TFAS?

With a monthly donation of just $4 (about the price of a latte) you could make an impact on the lives of future TFAS students. By joining The Ben Franklin Club, a monthly giving program through TFAS, your donation will contribute to TFAS student scholarships.

Ben Franklin once said, “An investment in knowledge always pays the best interest.” A number of TFAS alumni epitomize Franklin’s sentiment with monthly donations through The Ben Franklin Club. Participants donate monthly by an automatic draft from a checking account or by credit card.

The program is convenient because the tax-deductible donations are processed automatically, and participants can change the amount or stop payment at any time by contacting TFAS directly.

Just think, if every one of our alumni donated $4 each month for the remainder of the year, we would raise $637,120. That’s 79 full scholarships and more than 200 partial scholarships!

Alumnus Eric Fox (ICPES 86) has been donating for the last five years. “It’s easy to sign up and it’s easy to do,” Fox said. “I want to give to TFAS because I want others to have the same opportunity that I had. The same ability to have a life-changing experience and to go learn about freedom and democracy and take classes that aren’t offered on many college campuses.”

For more information on the Ben Franklin Club, please visitwww.TFAS.org/FranklinClub.

 

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