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National Merchants Association is proud to serve the communities in which we work and live. The success we have helping our clients grow, in turn, affords us the opportunity to help our communities grow. Whether it’s via life-saving blood drives, volunteering at food banks, or donating to needy charities and deserving causes, helping our clients and our communities is part of National Merchants Association’s overall philosophy.
At The National Merchants Association, we feel it’s our duty as a local business to support our community in any way we can. That’s why we’ve established the National Merchants Association Give-it-Back program!
The Foundation’s primary mission is to increase awareness of Autism and to provide financial support for education, therapies, families and research organizations that enrich the lives of children with Autism Spectrum Disorders.
Donate your merchant credit card processing fees to the Hemophilia Foundation of Southern California by calling the experts at The National Merchants Association who will setup your merchant account to automatically send your donation each month on your behalf.
You pay nothing more than you're paying right now. In fact, The National Merchants Association may be able to actually reduce your merchant fees and still provide a donation to the foudnation.
The National Merchants Association will send you a year-end statement for your annual donation for your records and tax deduction.
It's that simple.
Over 30 years ago TFS was started by a couple in the Temecula Valley who had a heart for children in need. They bought one home in Temecula, caring for 4 girls. Over the years TFS has increased to 6 homes, caring for 36 boys and girls at Rancho Damacitas. The children placed within our agency are typically placed by the Department of Social Services (DPSS) and/or Child Protective Services (CPS). Also during these 30 years, Rancho Jireh was born which is our foster care program and roughly provides loving homes for 40 children. Within the last few years our Transitional Living Program has been implemented, which is designed and funded from private donations to fill in the gap between emancipation and adulthood. We are licensed to care for children ages 6 through 18 in our group home, Rancho Damacitas, ages 0-18 in our foster care program, Rancho Jireh, and 18 years and older in our Transitional Living Program.