Kennebec Valley Community Foundation: Supporting the Path to Success

Kennebec Valley Community College Foundation

 

Supporting the Path to Success

 

The Kennebec Valley Community College Foundation was established in 1991 for the purpose of providing support for the College and the students served, with particular emphasis on generating scholarship funds to support low-income students.

The mission of the Kennebec Valley Community College Foundation is to provide area citizens with an accessible and affordable quality education.

 

The KVCC Foundation 8th Annual

An Evening of Jazz Gala will be held on

March 21, 2014

2014 An Evening of Jazz

 

An Evening of Jazz unites business and community members to celebrate and support KVCC's tremendous students. Held at KVCC's Carter Hall in Fairfield, the March 2014 event will feature multiple, locally-prepared food stations, President Richard Hopper’s KVCC Vision Statement, musical entertainment, and an exciting array of live and silent auction items.

Trust us, you’ll want to be there read more

 
 
 

Kennebec Valley Community College #GivingTuesday Video

 

Online Giving: Your support will open the doors to education!

KVCC Foundation Online Giving

Use our secure online giving link to make a gift of support by credit card or electronic check.

 

Ways to Support Students 

Making a charitable gift to Kennebec Valley Community College is an important and very personal decision. The satisfaction of giving comes in knowing that an investment is being made in the lives of students who benefit each day from KVCC’s excellent educational opportunities. Each giving opportunity provides a lasting benefit in helping students realize their career and educational dreams and in strengthening our region’s workforce and community. Read more

 

Why Scholarships?

Although more than 76% of KVCC students received some financial aid, the total amount of student unmet financial need is a huge burden. Students often struggle to fill the gap between financial aid awards and the cost of college. Read more

 

The KVCC Foundation Board of Trustees 

is comprised of 26 members; each devoted to supporting the academic, technological, and scholarship needs required to sustain access to high quality and affordable technical, degree, and transfer education.

The KVCC Foundation’s goal is simple: to provide opportunities for all students to attend KVCC's high quality programs fully prepared and ready to learn.

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KVCC Foundation Golf Tournament

Thank You 

 to those who sponsored, volunteered, or played in the

 

18th Annual KVCC Foundation Golf Tournament!

 on June 17, 2013

 

We exceeded our goal of raising $20,000 in scholarship funds!

  

Click here for more information

 

NEWS! NETCo Scholarship Fund for Windsor Residents

The NETCo Scholarship was established to encourage Windsor residents to enroll in college and achieve personal, academic, and professional success. Scholarships may be awarded in amounts up to $3,000 per year for full-time students and up to $1,500 for part-time students.

The scholarship program provides opportunity for students to enter college for the first time, or to return to higher education to complete an unfinished degree. Read more

 

 

 

 

Scholarship Application and Information for Scholarship Recipients

The Kennebec Valley Community College Foundation manages more than 36 scholarship funds and awards more than 125 scholarships to students each year. Each scholarship was founded by generous supporters who value the high quality education available at KVCC. Through donor generosity, student scholarships help to reduce the financial burden of attending college, allowing recipients to better focus on academic and career goals. Read more

 

Your support will make a difference! “The thought of becoming a nurse has become a passion for me, and has been the driving force to accomplish what I have thus far.  This endeavor has not come without a price...Once again, my prayers have been answered and my load lightened. I will be able to concentrate on my education, thanks to the Harold D. “Mickey” Marden Memorial Scholarship. I now have the opportunity to do something I never would have dreamed possible, to someday make a difference in someone’s life.”

Valerie Chadwick '13 Nursing

 

 

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