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With Your Help

Last year, the Cape Fear Community College Foundation provided $982,713 in scholarships – that’s 1,053 scholarships in 148 different programs!

Top 5 Ways You Can Help Right Now

1. Where It’s Needed Most
Your contribution to the general fund will allow the Foundation to allocate funds where they are needed the most, so that we may best support our students and Cape Fear Community College.
  • $700 covers one semester of books
  • $2,000 covers one semester of tuition, books, and fees
  • $4,000 covers an entire year of tuition, books, and fees
  • $25,000 establishes a permanently named scholarship that will support students indefinitely

2. Emergency Student Relief Fund
Your support will allow us to immediately assist with critical expenses for students who are facing an unforeseen emergency that has impacted their ability to continue their education.
3. Endowed Scholarships
Your gift (a minimum of $25,000, payable over 5 years) will create a permanently named and annually distributed scholarship, establishing a legacy that will exist in perpetuity.
4. Annual Scholarships
Your donation will create a temporarily named scholarship that will remain active as long as you continue to contribute to the fund. All funds donated in a given year will be awarded to students in that same year.
5. Contact Us
Get in touch – we would love to hear from you! If you want to support our students, please call Shane Fernando, Vice President of Advancement and Arts, at 910-362-7101 or Logan Thompson, Director of Philanthropy, at 910-362-7866 to discuss other ways to give. Please consider a gift to the CFCC Foundation to support our students, faculty, and staff today. You may give online here or mail your contribution to CFCC Foundation, 411 N Front St, Wilmington, NC 28401.

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