Trinity Christian Academy (TCA) hosted its Dr Pepper/Snapple Group Golf + Tennis Tournament on Monday, November 5 at Bent Tree Country Club in Dallas, raising more than $168,000 in support of its Student Tuition Aid (STA) program. This year's tournament raised nine percent more for STA than the previous event, and the golf round sold-out. TCA also welcomed 35 sponsors and 48 volunteers at the event this year.
“This year’s Golf + Tennis Tournament was a great success, and TCA is happy to host an event where individuals from all over the metroplex can come to network and enjoy friendly competition for a good cause,” said TCA Headmaster Dave Delph. “TCA is pleased to raise funds to support the essential needs of many families, who without Student Tuition Aid would not be able to attend Trinity. We are very thankful for the steadfast and generous support of the TCA family and our surrounding communities.”
Since 1970, TCA has raised funds to provide philanthropic support for the essential needs of TCA. Through a wide range of fundraising events and opportunities, TCA donors are united by a single, simple passion: to serve and educate students who will make a difference in the world for Christ. STA exists to help current families in need, families in crisis and families who otherwise would not be able to afford to attend TCA.
About Trinity Christian Academy
Trinity Christian Academy (TCA) is an independent co-educational school, which offers families and their children a demanding, college preparatory curriculum within a Christian community. As established by the founding board members over 40 years ago, TCA adheres to a debt-free policy. To learn more about TCA, please visit www.trinitychristian.org.