Current News!

The second annual Tee Off Fore Children Golf Tournament will be held on Friday, September 22, 2017 at the Shawnee County Country Club at 11:00 a.m.  

We will have amazing prizes, we have sponsorship opportunities available and early bird pricing!  Until August 22nd you can join us as a team for $230.00 and individual prices will be $71.25.  After August 22nd, prices will be $250.00 per team and $75.00 per person.  Your fees include golf, cart, lunch, gift bags and chances to win prizes.  

This year we are partnering with the Scotty D. Memorial Foundation which sponsors numerous events throughout the community for foster children including a hockey night complete with a Chuck A Puck contest at the Topeka RoadRunners, dinner, bouncy houses and holiday shopping trips for more than 500 children to the local Kohls Department Stores.  In 2017, the Scotty D. Memorial Foundation also provided a Day at the K for more than 300 TFI Foster families.  We are proud to partner with a Foundation that does so much for foster children.  

The remainder of the funds go to TFI Kids Fund to provide clothing, medical and dental support, fees for soccer, dancing classes, football uniforms, scouting uniforms, books and college scholarships to support the foster families we serve.  

Please mark your calendar and come join us for the 2nd Annual Tee Off Fore Children Golf Tournament!  To request more information, contact or

Thank You!




2016 Tee Off Fore Children
​Shawnee County Country Club

Devoted to the Strength of Family

A Giving Fund to support TFI's Family of Companies

Together - We Made A Difference!

In the past few weeks, we have had two requests for funds from our Child's Greatest Need Fund.  One of them was for a young foster child who desperately wanted to join the boy scouts and his foster family needed assistance paying for his boy scout manual and his uniform.  Thanks to our generous donors we were able to provide the funds to help him join.  This is so incredibly important as our foster children need to feel that they belong and they that they are "the same" as their peers.  Our children come most often have gone through tremendous trauma so providing these types of opportunities mean the world to them.  

Our second request came from a foster family who are currently fostering 8 children and raising their 9-year-old granddaughter. The 8 foster children in their home are two separate sibling groups. Both of the groups of siblings came to their foster families with multiple learning disorders, four of the children having been diagnosed with Autism. These children attend an early education program and due to their special needs are required to have special equipment to ensure they can attend and participate on a daily basis. Due to donors like you, we were able to purchase the equipment they needed to stay in the program and allow their foster parents to continue working.

THANK YOU for making a difference in the lives of our children!  Without you, we would not be able to help these families and provide the extra assistance they need!