Testimonials

The Tinervin Cup is a highlight of our year and an experience that will be remembered by our student-athletes. From a competitive standpoint, it is an opportunity to evaluate our games and prepare for the championship segment of our season. And personally, it is beneficial for our players as they are able to network outside of their comfort zones with a very diverse and successful group of people.

Ray Kralis
Illinois State Men's Golf Head Coach

Once again, this was a beneficial trip for our team, we were able to play some good competition at a quality golf course and to gauge our games moving forward into the Spring. Now we have an idea of the issues we need to address and improve on. Our entire team would like to thank Jeff and Madalyn for their support of our program and for putting on such a great event.

Mike Small
University of Illinois Men's Golf Head Coach

We love volunteering at The Tinervin Family Foundation warehouse for food packing events! The Directors and organizers of these events are really nice! They provide an easy environment to work in, plus they provide food and drinks! Love their cause and mission!

Francesca Trigillo
ESA St. Jude Director

MCCA was pleased to recognize the Tinervin Family Foundation as our Seeds of Change 2nd Annual Innovative Award Recipient. The foundation continues to expand its positive reach in our community by going where the need is and making help happen. Our customers (specifically survivors of domestic violence and people who were formerly homeless) have benefited from the foundation’s efforts, including

Deborah White
Executive Director, MCCA

The Tinervin Family Foundation is truly amazing. It is difficult to share in words how truly blessed the Boys & Girls Club of Bloomington-Normal is to have the TFF as a partner. Through our partnership, we have provided thousands of children and families the access to programs and resources that meet many of their most basic needs.

Tony Morstatter
Chief Executive Officer, Boys & Girls Club of Bloomington-Normal