The Gussie Wortham Foundation Inc. mission: is to serve our community and provide resources, services, and donations to the undeserved and disenfranchised. Our "Don't Talk About Me Teach Me" mindset that was instilled in our sheer commitment to uplift and enhance our communities in any way we can assist them.
The Gussie Wortham Foundation Inc. offers many opportunities to make a difference in your local communities and communities throughout the country through our various intiatives. "Impact Without Limits", Education before Basketball and Reading Buddies are just a few of our programs that promote "Teach ME Don't Talk About ME".
The Gussie Wortham Foundation Inc. is a firm believer in assisting the community in anyway possible. We donate to families in crisis, Veterans, local and out of state schools in need of school supplies. If you interested in donating, please contact us by using our contact form. To make a monetary contribution, please click the link below:
The Gussie Wortham Foundation Inc. was started by Mr. Kenneth Thompson the younger brother of the late Gussie Wortham who was a fatal victim of Domestic Violence in 1981. The foundation was founded in 2004 in honor of her and became a non-profit in 2007.
To send through Zelle or your bank account: 8608889945
The Gussie Wortham Foundation Inc. is a recognized 501(c) 3 organization by the IRS
Tax I.D. #27-0091545
First and foremost, the goal of our non-profit organization is to make a difference in as many peoples lives as possible. We strive to improve the living conditions for those who need the help, who can't do it themselves. Have you ever thought about how much you could change things just by volunteering?
Want to know more about us and our projects/events in Connecticut and South Carolina? Use our website to read about the work we have done so far and our plans for the future. Do you like what we do and want to know what you can do to help? Call on us @ (843) 796-3989 or (860) 888-9945, our dedicated team will be happy to answer any questions you might have.