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THE FUTURE OF (804) 819-4961 300 Arboretum Place, Suite 200 Richmond, Virginia 23236

VFCCE.ORG

A Campaign for Virginia’s Community Colleges


IMAGINE A COMMONWEALTH Imagine a Commonwealth where every Virginian can access the skills, knowledge, and opportunities he or she needs to thrive. Where young people launch careers filled with purpose and adults can retool and retrain according to their evolving needs. Where a skilled and flexible workforce competes on the global stage, bringing jobs and prosperity that benefit us all. Imagine a Commonwealth where communities adapt and thrive on the strength of fresh ideas, common connections, and stable growth. Where the promise of a brighter future is accessible and affordable to all, and where the power of education, innovation, and commerce come together to open up limitless possibilities. We are building this Commonwealth today at Virginia’s Community Colleges. Together with local communities, businesses, governments, and committed donors, we are uniting in a transformative $50 million campaign to reimagine how our community colleges will enable us to Build the Future of Virginia.

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IMAGINE A COMMONWEALTH Imagine a Commonwealth where every Virginian can access the skills, knowledge, and opportunities he or she needs to thrive. Where young people launch careers filled with purpose and adults can retool and retrain according to their evolving needs. Where a skilled and flexible workforce competes on the global stage, bringing jobs and prosperity that benefit us all. Imagine a Commonwealth where communities adapt and thrive on the strength of fresh ideas, common connections, and stable growth. Where the promise of a brighter future is accessible and affordable to all, and where the power of education, innovation, and commerce come together to open up limitless possibilities. We are building this Commonwealth today at Virginia’s Community Colleges. Together with local communities, businesses, governments, and committed donors, we are uniting in a transformative $50 million campaign to reimagine how our community colleges will enable us to Build the Future of Virginia.

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IMAGINE BUILDING OPPORTUNITY

Move this vision for Virginia from imagination to reality. Join us as we reach out to partners across the state in unique ways to capture the promise of this moment. Together, we are:

> Building the workforce in critical industries across the state > Developing new programs and pathways to high-demand careers

The Virginia Foundation for Community College Education bridges the gap between the dream of higher education and the real-world challenges facing many Virginians. Building the Future of Virginia, a campaign for Virginia’s Community Colleges, is the Foundation’s transformational plan to hasten economic and social mobility through education for under-employed and lower-income residents of the Commonwealth.

> Increasing the numbers of first-generation college graduates > Supporting veterans in their transition from service to career > Bridging gaps for at-risk students from high school to college to career

The positive impacts of these efforts are felt throughout every community in Virginia. Shasta, teacher New River Community College graduate

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60% of Virginia’s undergraduates are enrolled in community colleges. 75% of VCCS students who transferred to a 4-year institution subsequently graduated.

$62 million: the increase in lifetime income for every 100 rural students who earn a community college degree.

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IMAGINE BUILDING OPPORTUNITY

Move this vision for Virginia from imagination to reality. Join us as we reach out to partners across the state in unique ways to capture the promise of this moment. Together, we are:

> Building the workforce in critical industries across the state > Developing new programs and pathways to high-demand careers

The Virginia Foundation for Community College Education bridges the gap between the dream of higher education and the real-world challenges facing many Virginians. Building the Future of Virginia, a campaign for Virginia’s Community Colleges, is the Foundation’s transformational plan to hasten economic and social mobility through education for under-employed and lower-income residents of the Commonwealth.

> Increasing the numbers of first-generation college graduates > Supporting veterans in their transition from service to career > Bridging gaps for at-risk students from high school to college to career

The positive impacts of these efforts are felt throughout every community in Virginia. Shasta, teacher New River Community College graduate

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60% of Virginia’s undergraduates are enrolled in community colleges. 75% of VCCS students who transferred to a 4-year institution subsequently graduated.

$62 million: the increase in lifetime income for every 100 rural students who earn a community college degree.

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The solutions can be found at Virginia’s Community Colleges.

SOLUTIONS FOR BUILDING THE FUTURE OF VIRGINIA The value of an associate’s degree has never been more clear. If you enter the workforce with a high school diploma in Virginia, you can expect a median salary of $34,736.* Earning a two-year degree from a community college increases your salary to $39,572.* This gap will only grow as automation and technology transform our workplaces to require higher level science, technology, engineering, and math skills. The Commonwealth must fill 1.4 million jobs over the next decade, the majority of which will require a postsecondary credentials, but not necessarily a 4-year bachelor’s degree. In a recent study, Virginia businesses report tens of thousands of middle-skill jobs are going unfilled due to a shortage of qualified candidates.

However, we must bridge three critical challenges if we are to unleash the full potential of what our colleges have to offer:

Challenge #1: ACCESS & AFFORDABILITY

Challenge #2: COMPLETION

Challenge #3: RESOURCES & SUSTAINABILITY

Many students believe that college is beyond their reach, either financially, culturally, or practically. Solution: Building robust programs that increase the number of students entering Virginia’s Community Colleges, including scholarships, financial aid, and college and career coaching.

When students struggle to complete their degrees, it’s often due to a lack of practical “wrap-around” support that helps them manage real world challenges such as jobs, family, finances, and relationships. Solution: Providing students with essential counseling and career-support services that are not available from their families and communities.

Current and emerging needs in educational programs, job training, and workforce development far outpace available resources. Solution: Significantly increasing private philanthropy to build a strong endowment, secure the resources to fund VCCS priorities, and ensure the long-term sustainability of Foundation signature initiatives.

Ebonee, family therapist Piedmont Virginia Community College graduate

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* United States Department of Labor/Bureau of Labor

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The solutions can be found at Virginia’s Community Colleges.

SOLUTIONS FOR BUILDING THE FUTURE OF VIRGINIA The value of an associate’s degree has never been more clear. If you enter the workforce with a high school diploma in Virginia, you can expect a median salary of $34,736.* Earning a two-year degree from a community college increases your salary to $39,572.* This gap will only grow as automation and technology transform our workplaces to require higher level science, technology, engineering, and math skills. The Commonwealth must fill 1.4 million jobs over the next decade, the majority of which will require a postsecondary credentials, but not necessarily a 4-year bachelor’s degree. In a recent study, Virginia businesses report tens of thousands of middle-skill jobs are going unfilled due to a shortage of qualified candidates.

However, we must bridge three critical challenges if we are to unleash the full potential of what our colleges have to offer:

Challenge #1: ACCESS & AFFORDABILITY

Challenge #2: COMPLETION

Challenge #3: RESOURCES & SUSTAINABILITY

Many students believe that college is beyond their reach, either financially, culturally, or practically. Solution: Building robust programs that increase the number of students entering Virginia’s Community Colleges, including scholarships, financial aid, and college and career coaching.

When students struggle to complete their degrees, it’s often due to a lack of practical “wrap-around” support that helps them manage real world challenges such as jobs, family, finances, and relationships. Solution: Providing students with essential counseling and career-support services that are not available from their families and communities.

Current and emerging needs in educational programs, job training, and workforce development far outpace available resources. Solution: Significantly increasing private philanthropy to build a strong endowment, secure the resources to fund VCCS priorities, and ensure the long-term sustainability of Foundation signature initiatives.

Ebonee, family therapist Piedmont Virginia Community College graduate

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* United States Department of Labor/Bureau of Labor

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THE FOUNDATION AT WORK For thousands of Virginians, community college is the spark that ignites a lifelong passion for learning and growth. In 2016, more than 26,000 students earned graduation credentials from Virginia’s Community Colleges. Of these, a significant number moved on to bachelor’s programs at one of the state’s four-year colleges or universities thanks to Guaranteed Admissions Agreements.

How the Foundation supports Virginia’s Community Colleges. ACCELERATING Every year, tens of thousands of jobs sit empty across Virginia while employers look for qualified candidates. FastForward programs are short-term training courses offered through Virginia’s Community Colleges. Virginians get the jobs they want and the salaries they need.

HELPING The average tuition at Virginia’s four-year public universities is more than $10,000 per year, not including room and board. When financial aid and scholarships are included, the out-of-pocket cost for a two-year associate’s degree drops well below $4,000 for many students.

TRANSFORMING

REWRITING

Virginia’s Community Colleges are the leading source for meeting the demand for skilled professionals by delivering the state’s most comprehensive workforce training programs.

The Rural Virginia Horseshoe Initiative increases the number of rural students pursuing higher education by placing career coaches in rural high schools to stand in where the student’s family and the school’s guidance staff cannot.

FOSTERING

Trevor, power line worker Southside Virginia Community College graduate

Great Expectations is a nationally recognized program that connects foster youth with scholarships and, critically, an adult coach who is committed to their success at the moment help is most needed. To date, nearly 400 degrees and certificates have been earned by Great Expectations students.

SERVING For veterans, community colleges play a vital role in the transition to civilian life, thanks to a wide range of certifications and programs that fall under the GI Bill, as well as dedicated Veterans Affairs Offices at many colleges.

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THE FOUNDATION AT WORK For thousands of Virginians, community college is the spark that ignites a lifelong passion for learning and growth. In 2016, more than 26,000 students earned graduation credentials from Virginia’s Community Colleges. Of these, a significant number moved on to bachelor’s programs at one of the state’s four-year colleges or universities thanks to Guaranteed Admissions Agreements.

How the Foundation supports Virginia’s Community Colleges. ACCELERATING Every year, tens of thousands of jobs sit empty across Virginia while employers look for qualified candidates. FastForward programs are short-term training courses offered through Virginia’s Community Colleges. Virginians get the jobs they want and the salaries they need.

HELPING The average tuition at Virginia’s four-year public universities is more than $10,000 per year, not including room and board. When financial aid and scholarships are included, the out-of-pocket cost for a two-year associate’s degree drops well below $4,000 for many students.

TRANSFORMING

REWRITING

Virginia’s Community Colleges are the leading source for meeting the demand for skilled professionals by delivering the state’s most comprehensive workforce training programs.

The Rural Virginia Horseshoe Initiative increases the number of rural students pursuing higher education by placing career coaches in rural high schools to stand in where the student’s family and the school’s guidance staff cannot.

FOSTERING

Trevor, power line worker Southside Virginia Community College graduate

Great Expectations is a nationally recognized program that connects foster youth with scholarships and, critically, an adult coach who is committed to their success at the moment help is most needed. To date, nearly 400 degrees and certificates have been earned by Great Expectations students.

SERVING For veterans, community colleges play a vital role in the transition to civilian life, thanks to a wide range of certifications and programs that fall under the GI Bill, as well as dedicated Veterans Affairs Offices at many colleges.

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A CAMPAIGN TO BUILD THE FUTURE OF VIRGINIA

With this campaign, we seek to leverage $50 MILLION IN DONOR INVESTMENTS to create a financial foundation that will amplify the transformative impacts of Virginia’s Community Colleges over the next decade.

Dan, truck driver Piedmont Virginia Community College graduate

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A CAMPAIGN TO BUILD THE FUTURE OF VIRGINIA

With this campaign, we seek to leverage $50 MILLION IN DONOR INVESTMENTS to create a financial foundation that will amplify the transformative impacts of Virginia’s Community Colleges over the next decade.

Dan, truck driver Piedmont Virginia Community College graduate

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ACCESS & AFFORDABILITY

“I AM AN EXAMPLE TO MY CHILDREN THAT IT’S NEVER TOO LATE TO GO BACK TO SCHOOL AND PURSUE WHAT YOU’RE PASSIONATE ABOUT.” ­—Tina

2017-2018 Potomac Health Foundation Fellow

Program Accelerator Fund ($15 million) Virginia’s Community Colleges are unique in their ability to rapidly develop new programs to address the demands and opportunities presented by a dynamic information-driven economy. The Program Accelerator Fund provides start-up funds for the development and deployment of new workforce readiness programs, associate’s degree programs, existing program upgrades for high-need jobs, and venture capital for workforce readiness certifications, and degrees.

Foundation Signature Programs For Underprepared Students ($15 million) The Foundation funds innovative programs that improve economic and social mobility by bridging the access and affordability gap between high school and college among at-risk populations. These programs include: > Great Expectations ($10 million), funding annual operations for coaches, student emergency funds, leadership development opportunities, and endowment building. > Rural Virginia Horseshoe Initiative ($2 million), which funds coaches, student incentives and scholarships, and support for a director for recruitment who resides in rural Virginia. > Scholarships and Fellowships ($3 million), which make college affordable for students from lower-income families. These opportunities include:

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• Veterans’ Last Dollar Fund • Named Corporate Fellows program • Student emergency funds

Tina knew it was time for a change. After ten years as a medical lab assistant, she wanted to work directly with patients while building a stable career that allowed her to care for her young daughter with asthma. Tina researched her options and decided to go back to school for a degree in Respiratory Therapy. “Northern Virginia Community College not only has the program I wanted, but I’m able to earn my degree without taking on more student loans,” notes Tina. With the help of multiple scholarships, Tina has managed to make her education fit within the financial realities of her young family. After graduation, she plans to begin working in an area hospital while continuing on for a specialty certificate so she can become an educator and share her love of learning and personal growth with others.

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ACCESS & AFFORDABILITY

“I AM AN EXAMPLE TO MY CHILDREN THAT IT’S NEVER TOO LATE TO GO BACK TO SCHOOL AND PURSUE WHAT YOU’RE PASSIONATE ABOUT.” ­—Tina

2017-2018 Potomac Health Foundation Fellow

Program Accelerator Fund ($15 million) Virginia’s Community Colleges are unique in their ability to rapidly develop new programs to address the demands and opportunities presented by a dynamic information-driven economy. The Program Accelerator Fund provides start-up funds for the development and deployment of new workforce readiness programs, associate’s degree programs, existing program upgrades for high-need jobs, and venture capital for workforce readiness certifications, and degrees.

Foundation Signature Programs For Underprepared Students ($15 million) The Foundation funds innovative programs that improve economic and social mobility by bridging the access and affordability gap between high school and college among at-risk populations. These programs include: > Great Expectations ($10 million), funding annual operations for coaches, student emergency funds, leadership development opportunities, and endowment building. > Rural Virginia Horseshoe Initiative ($2 million), which funds coaches, student incentives and scholarships, and support for a director for recruitment who resides in rural Virginia. > Scholarships and Fellowships ($3 million), which make college affordable for students from lower-income families. These opportunities include:

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• Veterans’ Last Dollar Fund • Named Corporate Fellows program • Student emergency funds

Tina knew it was time for a change. After ten years as a medical lab assistant, she wanted to work directly with patients while building a stable career that allowed her to care for her young daughter with asthma. Tina researched her options and decided to go back to school for a degree in Respiratory Therapy. “Northern Virginia Community College not only has the program I wanted, but I’m able to earn my degree without taking on more student loans,” notes Tina. With the help of multiple scholarships, Tina has managed to make her education fit within the financial realities of her young family. After graduation, she plans to begin working in an area hospital while continuing on for a specialty certificate so she can become an educator and share her love of learning and personal growth with others.

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COMPLETION Student Success Fund ($10 million) Students from underprepared populations often struggle to make the transition from college to career. The Foundation funds essential support services that help students master the skills necessary to getting and keeping a good job, such as resume writing and interviewing, financial literacy, nutrition, healthy relationships, continuing education, and training information.

“I AM AWARE OF THE SACRIFICES THAT MY PARENTS AND GRANDPARENTS HAVE MADE, AND I AM DETERMINED TO USE MY OPPORTUNITIES TO ACHIEVE A MASTER’S DEGREE TO INSPIRE OTHERS ABOUT THE IMPORTANCE OF A QUALITY EDUCATION.” ­—Samantha

2017-2018 Valley Proteins Fellow

RESOURCES & SUSTAINABILITY Foundation Endowment–Named Giving Opportunities ($10 million) The Foundation works with donors to establish dedicated funds in support of community college programs that align with individual philanthropic priorities. Named gift opportunities or endowment funds are established on behalf of the Foundation which then uses the earnings to fund its operations in perpetuity.

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Samantha embodies the hope, drive and potential of so many young Virginians. Raised by a single mother who immigrated to the U.S. as a child, Samantha views higher education as a ladder to a better life. As a high school senior, she began attending classes at Piedmont Virginia Community College, and began attending PVCC full time in 2016. She was named a Valley Proteins Fellow in 2017 and plans to transfer to UVA for her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Economics. “I’ve been extremely lucky because PVCC offers a strong support system and has permitted me to maximize my education dollars, instead of taking on student debt which could limit my job options post-university, as I would have to focus on paying off my loans instead of finding the career most suited for me.”

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COMPLETION Student Success Fund ($10 million) Students from underprepared populations often struggle to make the transition from college to career. The Foundation funds essential support services that help students master the skills necessary to getting and keeping a good job, such as resume writing and interviewing, financial literacy, nutrition, healthy relationships, continuing education, and training information.

“I AM AWARE OF THE SACRIFICES THAT MY PARENTS AND GRANDPARENTS HAVE MADE, AND I AM DETERMINED TO USE MY OPPORTUNITIES TO ACHIEVE A MASTER’S DEGREE TO INSPIRE OTHERS ABOUT THE IMPORTANCE OF A QUALITY EDUCATION.” ­—Samantha

2017-2018 Valley Proteins Fellow

RESOURCES & SUSTAINABILITY Foundation Endowment–Named Giving Opportunities ($10 million) The Foundation works with donors to establish dedicated funds in support of community college programs that align with individual philanthropic priorities. Named gift opportunities or endowment funds are established on behalf of the Foundation which then uses the earnings to fund its operations in perpetuity.

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Samantha embodies the hope, drive and potential of so many young Virginians. Raised by a single mother who immigrated to the U.S. as a child, Samantha views higher education as a ladder to a better life. As a high school senior, she began attending classes at Piedmont Virginia Community College, and began attending PVCC full time in 2016. She was named a Valley Proteins Fellow in 2017 and plans to transfer to UVA for her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Economics. “I’ve been extremely lucky because PVCC offers a strong support system and has permitted me to maximize my education dollars, instead of taking on student debt which could limit my job options post-university, as I would have to focus on paying off my loans instead of finding the career most suited for me.”

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THE COMMONWEALTH’S FUTURE IS IN OUR HANDS Building the future is uniting leaders from across the Commonwealth, representing the state’s education, business, government and philanthropic communities. Together, we are charting a bold and vibrant course for our collective future. With this campaign, we will make it possible for all Virginians to access the promise of higher education; we will create new degree programs and workforce training pathways; and we will ensure that students have the support they need to complete their education and build successful lives.

Elizabeth El-Nattar Virginia Foundation for Community College Education Board of Directors Nancy Howell Agee President and CEO of Carilion Clinic

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Barbara Fried Founder of Great Expectations Joe Daniel Co-Chair of VCCS 50th Anniversary Campaign

F. Blair Wimbush Virginia Foundation for Community College Education Board of Directors C. Michael Petters Virginia Foundation for Community College Education Board of Directors

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THE COMMONWEALTH’S FUTURE IS IN OUR HANDS Building the future is uniting leaders from across the Commonwealth, representing the state’s education, business, government and philanthropic communities. Together, we are charting a bold and vibrant course for our collective future. With this campaign, we will make it possible for all Virginians to access the promise of higher education; we will create new degree programs and workforce training pathways; and we will ensure that students have the support they need to complete their education and build successful lives.

Elizabeth El-Nattar Virginia Foundation for Community College Education Board of Directors Nancy Howell Agee President and CEO of Carilion Clinic

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Barbara Fried Founder of Great Expectations Joe Daniel Co-Chair of VCCS 50th Anniversary Campaign

F. Blair Wimbush Virginia Foundation for Community College Education Board of Directors C. Michael Petters Virginia Foundation for Community College Education Board of Directors

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WAYS TO GIVE You can make an impact, now and into the future. When you support

Virginia’s Community Colleges, you are investing in effective, long-term solutions to build a stronger Commonwealth for all.

Donate Online.

Make a one-time gift, schedule recurring gift payments, or make a perpetual gift by using our secure Annual Fund online giving form.

VFCCE.ORG Bank Draft. Automatically transfer gifts from your bank account on or around the 10th of each month. Matching Gifts. Many companies encourage their employees to make charitable contributions by matching their philanthropic gift. Planned giving. Making a bequest from your future estate can be a generous way to maximize your gift. One simple form of a planned gift is designating the

Give by Mail. Make a check payable to The Virginia Foundation for Community College Education and mail it to: 300 Arboretum Place, Suite 200, Richmond, VA 23236.

Call us. (804) 819-4961 We can take your gift over the phone, or talk to you about these and other ways you can make a difference in higher education opportunities for Virginia’s citizens.

VFCCE in a will for a specific amount or a percentage of the estate. Charitable gift annuities, Life insurance policies, or designations from retirement plans are other forms of planned giving. Pledge. Make a one-time or multi-year pledge.

Stock Transfer. A gift of stock or appreciated securities has two major advantages. It provides the donor with an immediate income tax deduction and eliminates capital gains taxes to the extent allowed by law. Stock can be transferred to the VFCCE, which can receive stock certificates.

Sponsor an event. Sponsors play a significant role in the success of our conferences. Contact us today about how you can become a sponsor.

THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS

The Virginia Foundation for Community College Education Carolyn Berkowitz Burke, Virginia

Dorcas Helfant-Browning, Chair Virginia Beach, Virginia

Arthur S. Brinkley III Richmond, Virginia

Gaye C. Montgomery, Treasurer Richmond, Virginia

Gretchen C. Byrd Richmond, Virginia

C. Michael Petters Newport News, Virginia

Karen Campbell Richmond, Virginia

John J. Rainone Clifton Forge, Virginia

Ben Davenport, Jr., Secretary Chatham, Virginia

Brad Repp Fredericksburg, Virginia

Dan R. Dixon Arlington, Virginia

Stewart D. Roberson, Vice Chair Richmond, Virginia

Glenn DuBois Richmond, Virginia

Paul Ruppert Richmond, Virginia

Elizabeth El-Nattar McLean, Virginia

Donna M. VanCleave Richmond, Virginia

The Hon. Nancy Firestone Falls Church, Virginia

Jeanette Wang Charlottesville, Virginia

Jennifer Sager Gentry Glen Allen, Virginia

A. Michael Wilkerson Winchester, Virginia

Phillip H. Goodpasture, General Counsel Richmond, Virginia

F. Blair Wimbush Chesapeake, Virginia

The Virginia Foundation for Community College Education is a 501 (c)(3) charitable organization. Our federal tax id is 23-7004354. In keeping with statewide and national practice, the Virginia Foundation for Community College Education maintains an administrative fee of 4 percent which will be assessed on a one-time basis on all new restricted contributions. The proceeds from this fee will further Foundation development efforts, allowing for advances in processing gifts, stewarding donors, and preparing for and executing fundraising activities. 17

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WAYS TO GIVE You can make an impact, now and into the future. When you support

Virginia’s Community Colleges, you are investing in effective, long-term solutions to build a stronger Commonwealth for all.

Donate Online.

Make a one-time gift, schedule recurring gift payments, or make a perpetual gift by using our secure Annual Fund online giving form.

VFCCE.ORG Bank Draft. Automatically transfer gifts from your bank account on or around the 10th of each month. Matching Gifts. Many companies encourage their employees to make charitable contributions by matching their philanthropic gift. Planned giving. Making a bequest from your future estate can be a generous way to maximize your gift. One simple form of a planned gift is designating the

Give by Mail. Make a check payable to The Virginia Foundation for Community College Education and mail it to: 300 Arboretum Place, Suite 200, Richmond, VA 23236.

Call us. (804) 819-4961 We can take your gift over the phone, or talk to you about these and other ways you can make a difference in higher education opportunities for Virginia’s citizens.

VFCCE in a will for a specific amount or a percentage of the estate. Charitable gift annuities, Life insurance policies, or designations from retirement plans are other forms of planned giving. Pledge. Make a one-time or multi-year pledge.

Stock Transfer. A gift of stock or appreciated securities has two major advantages. It provides the donor with an immediate income tax deduction and eliminates capital gains taxes to the extent allowed by law. Stock can be transferred to the VFCCE, which can receive stock certificates.

Sponsor an event. Sponsors play a significant role in the success of our conferences. Contact us today about how you can become a sponsor.

THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS

The Virginia Foundation for Community College Education Carolyn Berkowitz Burke, Virginia

Dorcas Helfant-Browning, Chair Virginia Beach, Virginia

Arthur S. Brinkley III Richmond, Virginia

Gaye C. Montgomery, Treasurer Richmond, Virginia

Gretchen C. Byrd Richmond, Virginia

C. Michael Petters Newport News, Virginia

Karen Campbell Richmond, Virginia

John J. Rainone Clifton Forge, Virginia

Ben Davenport, Jr., Secretary Chatham, Virginia

Brad Repp Fredericksburg, Virginia

Dan R. Dixon Arlington, Virginia

Stewart D. Roberson, Vice Chair Richmond, Virginia

Glenn DuBois Richmond, Virginia

Paul Ruppert Richmond, Virginia

Elizabeth El-Nattar McLean, Virginia

Donna M. VanCleave Richmond, Virginia

The Hon. Nancy Firestone Falls Church, Virginia

Jeanette Wang Charlottesville, Virginia

Jennifer Sager Gentry Glen Allen, Virginia

A. Michael Wilkerson Winchester, Virginia

Phillip H. Goodpasture, General Counsel Richmond, Virginia

F. Blair Wimbush Chesapeake, Virginia

The Virginia Foundation for Community College Education is a 501 (c)(3) charitable organization. Our federal tax id is 23-7004354. In keeping with statewide and national practice, the Virginia Foundation for Community College Education maintains an administrative fee of 4 percent which will be assessed on a one-time basis on all new restricted contributions. The proceeds from this fee will further Foundation development efforts, allowing for advances in processing gifts, stewarding donors, and preparing for and executing fundraising activities. 17

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THE FUTURE OF (804) 819-4961 300 Arboretum Place, Suite 200 Richmond, Virginia 23236

VFCCE.ORG

A Campaign for Virginia’s Community Colleges

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