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Cape Fear Community College receives $25,000 toward student scholarships from Assistance League of Greater Wilmington

Assistance League of Greater Wilmington and CFCC

From left to right are Nancy Scott-Finan, VP of Community Philanthropic Programs; Chair Suzann Ankrom; CFCC VP of Advancement and the Arts, Shane Fernando; and President Marsha Olender.

Wilmington, NC – The Cape Fear Community College Foundation is pleased to announce it has received $25,000 from the Assistance League of Greater Wilmington (ALGW). The gift will provide scholarships to support Cape Fear Community College students as they pursue their academic and career goals.

“We thank the Assistance League of Greater Wilmington for this generous gift to Cape Fear Community College and the students we serve,” said Shane Fernando, CFCC Vice President of Advancement and the Arts. “Financial support’s impact on students is immeasurable; it encourages them to succeed and instills confidence.”

“To be able to help students in need in our community is something special. When you donate somewhere else, you often don’t know where the money goes, but giving to CFCC students is impactful and beneficial to our community,” said Suzann Ankrom, ALGW Chair.

About the Assistance League of Greater Wilmington

Assistance League of Greater Wilmington is an all-volunteer, nonprofit organization that is transforming lives and strengthening the community through our philanthropic programs which serve the Greater Wilmington area. Our local chapter is one of 120 chapters of the National Assistance League that started in Los Angeles in the early 1900s.