Here are a few of the extraordinary ways your gifts support students:
- Flexible Scholarships—supporting students with college expenses in less restrictive ways.
- Clark College Student Emergency Fund—for unforeseen and unexpected costs students may face.
- Greatest Needs Fund—to address developing realities for students and the college.
Thank you for your dedication to Clark students.
Support the Alumni Scholarship Endowment Fund.
Clark College employees can give any amount to support programs and students. Payroll deductions can be established, as well as outright gifts. Employees may designate any existing department, program or scholarship fund for their gift.
Complete the Employee Giving Form and send through campus mail to Foundation/CCF 039
What does my gift to Clark College support?
Your commitment to Clark College helps provide scholarships to students who might not otherwise be able to attend college, strengthens the college’s ability to attract and retain exceptional faculty and staff, purchase new technology, and helps keep Clark programs relevant for today’s workforce.
May I decide where my gift is directed?
Yes. Your gift to Clark College may be designated to an established program, department or scholarship fund. You can also choose The Clark Fund, which provides for all areas of the college.
How do I make my gift?
Online: Make a secure online donation right now.
To pay by mail, complete this donation form with your credit card information, or send check or money order made payable to Clark College Foundation. Mail to:
Clark College Foundation
1933 Fort Vancouver Way
Vancouver, WA 98663-3598
Individuals who contribute more than $1,000 annually to Clark College Foundation are part of our special Penguin Circle. You are providing some of the most critical support for Clark students with your sustained giving. To honor your generosity, we provide these benefits:
>>Regular updates on how your financial contribution is making a difference
>>Invitations to exclusive events on campus
>>Unique Penguin Circle lapel pin, designed by Clark professor Beth Heron
Learn more about how you can become part of our Penguin Circle, contact 360.992.2301.