Together, we can do so much.


Over the course of our five decades of service, our programs have been generously supported by agencies such as U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, the U.S. Department of Labor as well as by state and local organizations within the states that we operate.


October 1, 2019 – September 30, 2020


  • Association of Farmworker Opportunity Programs
  • U.S. Department of Agriculture, Child & Adult Care Food Program
  • U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, Administration for Children & Families, Office of Head Start
  • U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development, Comprehensive Housing Counseling
  • U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development, Continuum of Care
  • U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development, Fair Housing & Equal Opportunity
  • U.S. Department of Labor, Employment & Training Administration, National Farmworker Jobs Program
  • U.S. Department of Labor, Employment & Training Administration; Veterans’ Employment & Training Service, Homeless Veterans’ Reintegration Program



  • The Delaware Financial Empowerment Partnership


  • Georgia Southeast Health District


  • Decatur County Community foundation
  • EmployIndy
  • Indiana Department of Veteran Affairs
  • Indiana Housing & Community Development Authority
  • Navient Foundation
  • Rapid Rehousing & Homelessness Prevention


  • Catalyst Kitchens
  • Community Foundation of the
  • Eastern Shore
  • Emergency Food and Shelter Program (EFSP) through DHS
  • Lower Shore Workforce Alliance
  • Maryland Department of Agriculture
  • Maryland Emergency Food Program through Maryland DHR
  • Maryland Nonprofit Recovery Initiative (NORI)
  • Rural Maryland Council
  • United Way of the Lower Eastern Shore
  • Worcester County Local Management Board
  • Maryland Council


  • Chemical Bank
  • Michigan Department of Education
  • TCF Bank


  • Altria Client Services
  • Church Women United of Wilmington
  • City of Raleigh
  • North Carolina Department of Health & Human Services, Division of Child Development and Early Education
  • North Carolina Housing Finance Agency
  • North Carolina Office of Economic Opportunity
  • North Carolina State Home Foreclosure Prevention Project
  • Southeastern Employment and Training Association
  • State Home Foreclosure Prevention Project
  • Triangle South Workforce Development Board
  • Wake County


  • U.S. Department of Labor, Employment & Training Administration, YouthBuild


  • Dr. Adair Allen
  • Broden Dairy
  • Child Care Resources & Referral
  • Community Foundations of Middle TN
  • Daton Pediatrics
  • East Tennessee Foundations
  • East Tennessee State University
  • East Tennessee State University (ETSU) Audiology
  • Dr. Kim Hale (School Psychologist, ETSU faculty)
  • Dr. Harmon OD with Harmon Eye Clinic
  • Healing Hands
  • Dr. Carlo Hoskins, DDS
  • Dr. Christy Isbell (OT, Milligan Faculty)
  • Johnson City Pediatric Dentistry
  • Dr. Brian Kim DDS with TN department of Health East Regional Health Office Division of
  • Community Health Services
  • Laura J. Kress Angel Tree Fund
  • Lion’s Club in Greeneville, Morristown, Unicoi, Elizabethton, Johnson City
  • Dr. Jose Mejia
  • Dr. Moody DDS with Pediatric Dental Associates of Morristown
  • Dr. Pritchard, DDS
  • Dr. Dianna Puhr (Pediatrician, ETSU faculty)
  • Reeder Chevrolet
  • Rural Medical Services in Parrottsville
  • Second Harvest
  • Second Harvest Food Bank
  • St. John Paul II Catholic Church
  • TN Department of Human Services
  • TN School for the Deaf and Blind, Crista Froeling
  • UCLA Health Care Institute
  • Unicoi Health Department
  • Workforce Development Center in Elizabethton


  • Theodore H. Barth Foundation, Inc.
  • Virginia Department of Agriculture & Consumer Services
  • Virginia Department of Housing & Community Development
  • Virginia Department of Housing and Community Development, Weatherization Assistance Program
  • Virginia Housing Development Authority


  • Eastern West Virginia Community Foundation
  • Theodore H Barth Foundation, Inc.
  • Branch Bank & Trust (BB&T)
  • U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, Homeless Providers Grant & Per Diem Program
  • U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, Supportive Services for Veteran Families
  • United Way of the Eastern Panhandle
  • West Virginia Community & Development Office
  • West Virginia Community Action Partnership
  • West Virginia Department of Health & Human Resources
  • West Virginia Housing & Development Fund
  • West Virginia Office of Economic Opportunity
  • West Virginia Veterans Administration

*Many additional partners support Telamon throughout the year, notably, our Early Childhood & Family Support (ECFS) programs at the local level. This community support is invaluable, and we acknowledge these donors in our Head Start Annual Reports.

Please see each state’s ECFS program page for information.

Our corporate supporters lists are compiled for our annual report, which is published in the spring-summer of each year following the close of Telamon-TRC’s fiscal year on September 30. This listing is from our 2020 Annual Report.


Partnerships and grants from states, foundations and businesses provide critical support to our programs. Contact us to see how we can work together.

Yes, we’re interested in exploring ways to partner with Telamon-TRC.


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“When you are going through a financial crisis, you can’t ignore it, you have to take the first step.  This class has given me the motivation to get back on track…it’s given me the skills, motivation to do that.

This program helped me to restructure everything. I can say today that: I’m not in collections, I’m current on all my bills, I have money saved, I am back on track.  Before this class, I fell into a hardship due to medical issues.  This class gave me the motivation I needed to get back on track and to develop my goals, aspirations, vision….

Also –this class teaches small children [about financial planning].  Recently I was on a shopping trip and my toddlers asked “is this a want or is this a need?”  At a very early age, my children are learning responsibility, budgeting – they are thinking about what they are doing versus reacting, and being proactive about financial decisions.

I hope this program continues to go on because people can really get a lot from it.”

– Telamon customer Keisha