The CFCC Campus Fund
The CFCC Campus Fund is supported year-round by the generous employees of Cape Fear Community College. In 2013-14, about 75% of full-time CFCC faculty and staff contributed to the fund, raising $82,000 to provide scholarships for students, support for CFCC’s mini-grants program, and funds for professional development for staff members. This participation demonstrates how dedicated and compassionate the employess are CFCC are, and sets a wonderful example for the students and community we serve.
The CFCC Foundation hosts a Campus Fund Drive at the beginning of each academic year, but employees also donate year-round to commemorate birthdays and other special occasions, or as a memorial to loved ones. Want to make a gift to the Campus Fund yourself? Click the “Give Now” button to the right to get started, or download the Contribution Form at the top of this page.
Thank you for Setting the Stage for Student Success!
CFCC Campus Fund: It Starts with Us.
Your 2014-15 Campus Fund Advisory Board
Randy Johnson, Chair
Dana McKoy, Foundation Staff Liaison
About your CFCC Campus Fund gifts:
- CFCC Campus Fund gifts support CFCC students through scholarships, department mini-grants and support to academic programs and Sea Devil athletics.
- Our students need and appreciate our help! About 80 percent of CFCC students apply for financial assistance.
- Every gift – no matter how big or small – makes a difference! Sometimes the cost of one textbook is enough to keep a student from succeeding in class.
- A gift of $1,500 provides tuition and books for a CFCC student for one semester. This equals about $5 per work day – less than the cost of eating a fast-food meal.
- Your generosity shows the greater community that our employees believe in our mission and helps the CFCC Foundation take the message of “Raising Funds, Raising Hopes and Fulfilling Dreams” to an even broader audience.
- You can donate to the CFCC Campus Fund all year and make donations to honor or remember friends and family on special occasions or holidays. We will even send an acknowledgement card to your honoree to inform them about your gift!
- Your support of CFCC students is an investment in the local community. Most CFCC graduates remain in the area and add to the local economy. One out of every seven county residents has taken classes at CFCC in the past year.
Prizes! Fun! Incentives! You could be a winner this September!
- Pledge or give a gift of any amount during the August-September Fund Drive to get in the drawing for numerous prizes!
- Pledge or give a gift of $250 or more to qualify for all regular prizes, plus SUPER PRIZES!
- Make all or part of your gift “unrestricted” or “current needs” funds* to qualify for another SPECIAL PRIZE! Part-time employees must give at least $50 to unrestricted; Full-time employees must give at least $100 to unrestricted.
- Receive a special bonus gift for all first-time donors to the CFCC Campus Fund!
This year’s winners (updated weekly):
- $250 gift certificate to Albert F. Rhodes: David Cameron
- Two dinner cruises from Cape Fear Riverboats: Amy Merritt
- Convertible notebook/tablet computer from CFCC Bookstore: Greg Files
- Basket of hair care products & services from Salon 02: Cindy Haeck
- $250 gift certificate to Strickland’s Window Coverings/Carolina Closets: Marie Bergh-Cook
- Two tickets to a performance at Thalian Hall Chilean Guitarist and $50 gift certificate to Basics: Phil Bannow
- 1-night stay at Wilmington Hilton Riverside and $25 gift certificate to Indochine: Richard Conn
- $25 gift certificate to Causeway Cafe: Dan Wilcox
- $25 gift certificate to Every Good Thing Artisan Gallery: Paige Howard
- $25 gift certificate to Lou’s Flower World: Nancy Fetter
- Two outdoor pillows from Protocol: Linda Boney
- Two tickets to a performance at Thalian Hall Ceramic Music: Phil Bannow
- $20 gift certificate, t-shirt and tumbler from Waffle House: Larolyn Zylicz
- Signed photo print, “Drip,” by Wes Gubitz: Gena McKinley
- $5 gift certificate from Bojangles: Brucie Pope, Amber Friant, Pat Feaver, Charles Buis
- $10 gift certificate to Bojangles: Jeannette Szwec
- $25 gift certificate to Causeway Café: Ken Wells
- Mani/pedi certificate for CFCC Cosmetology: Lisa Recchuiti, Robert Parsons, Mary Tillery
- Color, cut & style at CFCC Cosmetology: Barbara Berry, Shane Oakley
- Esthetics services at CFCC Cosmetology: LaDrene Flannagan, Angie Pennock
- Free lunch at Chops Deli: Brantley McKeithan
- Chocolate-dipped fruit arrangement from Edible Arrangements: Gina McKinley
- $20 gift certificate to El Cerro Grande: Carma Westlake
- T-shirt from Fuzzy Peach: Rosetta Bryant, Jane Puckett
- $5 gift card from Jimmy John’s subs: Ray Hellman, Lisa Graham, Tracy Ward, Bev Smalls
- Two passes to the NC Aquarium: Tonya Minor, Shannon McLaurin
- $25 gift certificate to Occasions, Just Write: Jackie Pritchard
- $10 gift card to On a Roll sandwich shop: Bruce Gillingham
- Free oil change at Pat’s Tire Service: Robert Sutton, Joseph Morris, Lou Ann Bartolo
- $5 gift certificate to Peacock Alley: Justin Floyd, Ruth Doucette, Bret Herring
- Insulated tumbler and certificate from Port City Java: Robert Carter, Peggy Lupton
- Beach bag, beach hat, beach tumbler and cosmetic bag from R&D Designs: Lynn Criswell
- Hand-turned wooden pen from Seltzer’s Woodturning: Nicklaus Denning, Dan Reid
- Free oil change & tire rotation at Tony Harker Automotive: Scott McNeil, John Branner
- $10 gift certificate to Trolly Stop: Charles Crawford, Sheila Harvey
- Two tickets to performance of Molly Ringwald from UNCW Presents: Glenn Davis
- $25 gift card to Vintage Marketplace: Jay Rogers
- $25 gift certificate to Fat Tony’s Italian Restaurant: Rhonda Tighe
*Why are unrestricted or “current needs” gifts so important to the College?
CFCC mini-grants and professional development opportunities for staff are funded from unrestricted giving. Over the past few years, fewer mini-grants have been awarded because the CFCC Foundation has received fewer unrestricted gifts. While designated gifts are most appreciated, unrestricted gifts also allow the CFCC Foundation to support under-represented academic programs and meet unexpected student needs.