Commended for Outstanding Support for Record-breaking NIH Children’s Inn Fundraising Gala
Washington, DC, June 28, 2012: TCG’s Tchad Moore has been recognized by the Bethesda Chapter of the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association (AFCEA Bethesda) for his contributions in helping set a fundraising record for the group’s annual gala to benefit The Children’s Inn at the National Institutes of Health. AFCEA Bethesda is a non-profit that promotes partnerships between government and industry and The Children's Inn is a private, family-centered “place like home” for children participating in medical research at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Md. Families stay together free of charge no matter how long the treatment. The Children’s Inn Gala is the largest fundraiser for The Inn. As the flagship charity of AFCEA Bethesda, The Children’s Inn Gala has donated $5 million to the Inn over the last 14 years.
Mr. Moore joined TCG earlier this year. An accomplished business development executive with more than eight years of experience in Federal government IT, he also devotes a significant amount of his personal time in helping to raise money and providing support for The Inn as a member of the Gala steering committee and as a member of the Young Ambassadors Council. For this year’s Children’s Inn Gala, Mr. Moore served as the Multimedia Committee Chair in charge of producing, organizing, and managing all multimedia requirements for the event, which was held on April 14, 2012.
AFCEA Bethesda honored Mr. Moore and the other Children's Inn Gala Committee Chairs at the June 13th Executive Breakfast Meeting. Mr. Moore and the other team members helped set a record this year by raising $838,000 for The Children’s Inn. More than 900 government and industry supporters attended this year’s gala, called “A Night for the Children,” to show their support for the mission of The Children’s Inn.
“One of TCG’s core values is ‘We value our families,’ and Tchad’s contribution to the success of this year’s gala shows what this core value is all about,” said TCG president Dan Turner. “We are proud that he is a member of the TCG team.”
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About AFCEA Bethesda
Founded in 1998, the AFCEA Bethesda Chapter (www.bethesda-afcea.org) is a non-profit organization that encourages greater government/industry partnerships and fosters networking among its peers. In 2004, the Chapter formed a Young AFCEAN group whose goal is to foster an environment where young professionals from the private and public sectors can meet, interact, and learn from each other. AFCEA Bethesda has earned the distinguished honor of being awarded “Model Chapter of the Year” by AFCEA International since 2000.
About the Children’s Inn
The Children's Inn at NIH is a private, non-profit, “Place Like Home”family-centered residence for for families with children participating in groundbreaking medical research at the pediatric patients at the National Institutes of Health and for their families. The Inn’sIts purposes are to keep children together with their families during serious illness, reduce their stress and facilitate their healing through mutual support. For more than 20 years, it has served as a healing environment for more than 10,000 children and their families from the United States and around the world. Families stay free of charge no matter how long the treatment. For more information about the Children’s Inn at NIH, visit www.childrensinn.org.
David G. Cassidy