The Scott Community College Foundation Giving Campaigns:
Employee & Retiree Annual Giving Campaign
Employee's involvement in the campaign sends a meaningful message to those we serve
and to potential donors – many individuals, corporations, and foundations view the
level of internal support as a factor in their gift decisions. Faculty and staff have
always led the way in showing support for our students. To join the Employee Campaign
and provide your support, please fill out a pledge form and return it to the Foundation. Click here to fill out a Pledge Form
Each year, the Scott Community Foundation asks all employees for support during the Foundation’s Annual Employee Campaign.
Support a Fund
The Foundation has several funds that are used to support various departments within the college. You can direct your contribution to any of the following funds:
- Community Outreach
Directed to enrich the college’s community relationships through on-campus activities.
- Educational Programs
Directed to enhance the College’s programs with funding to supplement the program.
- Equipment & Facilities
Directed to address physical plant, technology and equipment needs.
- Library & Learning Resources
Directed to further and enhance the College’s Library and other institutional learning resources.
- Professional Development
Directed to further the professional development of the College’s faculty and staff.
Support a Scholarship
The SCC Foundation manages more than 90 individual scholarships. You can view all the scholarships and their criteria on our scholarship website here. Then add the name of the scholarship(s) you would like to gift to on the back side of the form.
Frequently Asked Questions
- When is the deadline to contribute?
You can contribute at any time. However, the 2021 Annual Employee Campaign Drive will conclude on April 15.
- When will my payroll deduction begin and end?
The pay period following receipt of your paperwork except during the Annual Employee Campaign. All paperwork received during the drive will be submitted collectively to begin the first pay period in May. Your payroll deduction will automatically renew annually unless you update your commitment form on file to reflect a change. Deductions occur 24 times a year.
- Is a contribution to this initiative tax deductible?
You will receive a contribution report for your taxes from the Foundation.
- What portion of my gift will go directly to the area I designate?
All of it!
- Is there a suggested level of giving?
After considering your other obligations and your desire to participate, whatever you can give will be gratefully received and deeply appreciated.
- How will I be recognized?
Employee Campaign gifts are recognized in the Foundation’s annual community report, on signage at the campuses, and collectively celebrated at the Year-end Foundation Brunch.
If you have any additional questions, please contact the Scott Community College Foundation Office by phone at 563-441-4063 or by email at email@example.com.
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