The TCF-USA Westchester Chapter was formed in October 2015 by a group of close friends. The core team consists of physicians, artists, and educators, who are dedicated to advancing the cause of education. The Chapter strongly believes in the power of education to change the lives of millions of underprivileged children in Pakistan.
The Chapter operates as a team of volunteers with no hierarchy, each bringing their own skill set towards achieving one goal – to provide quality education to those who need it the most.
With the support of the Westchester community, the Chapter built the Khaula Bibi Memorial Campus in Burewala, District Vehari, Punjab as its first project. The school became operational in April 2017. This school is part of the 141 Schools for Peace initiative and is named after the youngest child lost in the Army public school tragedy in 2014. The Chapter is now in the process of endowing the Khaula Bibi Memorial Campus, so it continues to operate for its lifetime. The Chapter has also resolved to support the TCF Government School Program in Punjab.