The Fayetteville Technical Community College Foundation, Inc. was established in 1985 to promote the development of FTCC programs and activities. The Foundation provides scholarships and other resources for students and promotes the academic environment of the College. Fayetteville Technical Community College is the third largest community college in North Carolina, with the largest Continuing Education program in the state. Much of the success FTCC enjoys comes from the generous support from alumni and friends. Now, more than ever, FTCC needs your support.
Nationwide Insurance Company has agreed to donate $40,000 to the College’s new Collision Repair and Refinishing Technology Center. The money will be used specifically for tools and equipment for the program to ensure
that students have the most up-to-date equipment possible. The check presentation
is scheduled for Tuesday, January 27, 2015, at 9:00 a.m. at the new Collision Repair and Refinishing Technology Center located at 2821 Procurement Circle
(Military Business Park), Fayetteville, NC. Key Nationwide executives will be on
hand to make the presentation including Jim Gadberry, Associate Vice President.
(click the Nationwide logo to view the news release)
A financial gift to the FTCC Foundation provides crucial funding through unrestricted and restricted funds. The FTCC Foundation welcomes contributions, both cash and in-kind, for tuition scholarships, book funds, professional development, and campus improvements.
Primary purposes of the Foundation:
To raise money from private sources to build up the FTCC Foundation financial base
To manage the collection, investment, and distribution of private gifts for FTCC students, faculty, and staff
To provide meaningful programs and services to FTCC Alumni and friends by managing an effective alumni program
Ways to contribute to the Foundation:
Monetary contributions can be made on-line or mailed to:
FTCC Foundation, Inc.
P.O. Box 35236
Fayetteville, North Carolina 28303
Contact the Foundation for gift-in-kind opportunities
|Updated by: Foundation@faytechcc.edu|