Date Posted: June 8, 2022
Southern Crescent Technical College Foundation has just completed the 2022-2023 internal fundraising Tiger Campaign. Pledges were submitted with 85% of full-time faculty and staff participating to donate a grand total of $56,890.12. These contributions are used specifically for student support and scholarships. In addition, 81 employees pledged one percent of their salaries to become a member of the President’s One Percent Club.
Last year faculty and staff pledged $41,837.40 with 74% full-time participation. Since the beginning of the internal campaign for Southern Crescent, faculty and staff have funded over a thousand scholarships.
Southern Crescent Technical College President Irvin T. Clark, III, said, “I am so proud of our employees and the investment they are making in our students. I want to thank everyone for their participation and I applaud the efforts of the team competition, especially those of the winning team.”
The internal campaign ran from April 14 through May 13, 2022. SCTC employees were randomly divided into 15 teams with roughly 18 people on each team. Pledging $7,387.12 with 94% participation, the winning team was the XeniaNators. The winning team members who pledged will receive a catered luncheon with Dr. Clark, a dedicated parking space, and a student tuition scholarship named in their team’s honor.
The Southern Crescent Technical College Foundation promotes the cause of higher education at Southern Crescent Technical College by acquiring and administering cash, grants, and other funds and properties principally from industries, businesses, individuals, corporations, other organizations, associations or foundations, as well as from faculty, staff, alumni, and other friends of the College. In addition, the Foundation assists students by providing scholarships and provides assistance to the College for the support and development of the College in its educational, cultural, social, civic, and professional endeavors and development. The Southern Crescent Technical College Foundation is a non-profit corporation established under Section 501 (c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code. The Foundation is governed by a local board of trustees who represent positive leadership and community influence throughout the College’s eight-county service area of Spalding, Butts, Fayette, Lamar, Pike, Jasper, Henry, and Upson counties.
Some scholarships account for financial aid assistance while others are established for students who do not qualify or have capped their financial aid allocations. Students have expressed that they would not have been able to pursue their education without the assistance from the SCTC Foundation scholarships. Numerous possibilities exist at SCTC for donors interested in contributing to student support through naming opportunities, bequests, scholarships and in-kind donations. Donors are advised to consult the potential benefits with their tax advisor before making a gift. For more information, contact the College’s office of Institutional Advancement at 770-229-3417 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.