TFTC

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AcronymDefinition
TFTCThanks for the Cache (geocaching)
TFTCTales from the Crypt (gaming)
TFTCToys for the Children (est. 1997)
TFTCTactical Firearms Training Center (US FBI)
TFTCTexas Fair Trade Coalition
TFTCToo Few To Count (microbiology)
TFTCTire Fair Trade Council (Japan)
TFTCThanks for the Compliment
TFTCThin Film Transistor Circuit
TFTCThe Finer Things Club (The Office, TV show)
TFTCToo Frat to Care
References in classic literature ?
He drew, he varnished, he carpentered, he glued; he made toys for the children; he fashioned new netting-needles and pins with improvements; and if everything else was done, sat down to his large fishing-net at one corner of the room.
Contract notice: supply of christmas toys for the children of the staff of the alpes de haute provence county council
In addition to the excitement of trading collectibles, the event highlight included Toys For Marawi, an initiative to donate toys for the children of war-torn Marawi.
A spokesperson for the Airdrie-based charity said:"We were very fortunate to receive a huge selection of toys for the children we support from Dundas Homes.
"When I spoke to Harley to ask what we should spend the money on, he told me to buy toys for the children."
On Saturday, Durham Constabulary handed a cheque over for PS5,000 to Laurel Avenue Children's Centre, which will use the money to buy new toys for the children.
On Saturday Durham Constabulary handed a cheque over for PS5,000 to Laurel Avenue Children's Centre, which will use the money to buy new toys for the children.
We are very excited about buying new toys for the children of our group.
The Garden Grove Fire Department was given $2,850 to spend on toys for the children.
Enrique Belcina, chief of Police Community Relations of CCPO, said they have communicated their intent to the Department of Social Welfare and Development office in Zamboanga regarding the distribution of toys for the children's enjoyment as the children are the most affected by the ongoing conflict between the Moro National Liberation Front rebels and the government forces there.
The campaign also aims to persuade the shopkeepers to bring such toys for the children which can twist their mind in constructive and positive directions, he added.
[bar] FURRY GIFTS: Collecting toys for the Children's Centre, James Weston, left, of Anrich Vets and Ruth Duffy, right, of the National Children's Centre (PC301111Banrich-01)