THe KVCC Foundation, Supporting the Path to Success

Kennebec Valley Community College Foundation

 

Supporting the Path to Success

 
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You can help KVCC students achieve their dreams by

investing in their future!

 

Mission

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.

As a 501(c)3 non-profit, the mission of the Kennebec Valley Community College Foundation is to provide area citizens with an accessible and affordable quality education.

 

About the Foundation

 

The KVCC Foundation Board of Trustees is comprised of 19 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. Read more

 

Support

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

 

Events

KVCC Foundation Gala

10th Anniversary

March 18, 2016      6-10:00 pm     

 

The KVCC Foundation Gala unites business and community members to celebrate and support the Foundation's mission to provide area citizens with an accessible and affordable quality education. Held at KVCC's Carter Hall in Fairfield, the March 2016 event will feature local food, libations, and delightful desserts, a Jazz performance, an exciting array of live and silent auction items, fun, and prizes!

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

 

By the numbers

 
 

You can make a difference!

  $3,400 the average need after financial aid
 

Legacy Giving

 

Planned giving provides you with the advantage of maximizing tax benefits, and balancing your own financial needs and those of your loved ones, while making it possible for you to give a gift you may not have thought possible. By including the Kennebec Valley Community College Foundation in your estate plans, regardless of your income level or age, you can make a difference for generations to come.

 

We have several attractive legacy gift options to assist you in advancing the mission of the KVCC Foundation. Read more

 

 

The 2016 KVCC Foundation Golf Tournament

 

Swinging for Scholarships

KVCC Foundation Golf Tournament

 

The 21st Annual Golf Tournament

will be held on Monday, July 18, 2016

 

With your help we have raised over $90,000 in scholarship funds in 5 years!

 

Click here for more information

 

 

 

 

 

 

Although nearly 75% of KVCC students are of low-income,

 

only 15% receive a scholarship from the Foundation.

 

Your gift will help us reach more students, transform more lives, graduate more skilled professionals.

 
Your gift will increase scholarship opportunities
 

 

 

 
Your gift will relieve financial burden
 

 

Save the Date:

KVCC Foundation Gala

March 18, 2016

6:00-10:00 pm

KVCC Carter Hall

 

Don't Delay!

Reserve your seats 

& sponsorships now!

 

 

 

KVCC Students are Here Because of You

 

 

 

 

What are you waiting for?

You can make a difference!

 

 

 

 

 

"When I learned of receiving this scholarship, I have to confess that I fell out of my chair, I am so grateful for this award!

Now I have completed one year of college; KVCC has helped me tremendously to work with my talents and goals. I thank you for believing in me and finding me worthy of investing in. I cannot thank you enough for giving me this honor, this reminder that I am good enough!"

 

Alexander Walz, General Science Health Occupations