Employee and Retiree Giving
Employee Giving is Powerful
At Clark College, we truly are here for our students every day and in many ways. Current and retired Clark College employees donate to support Clark students every year. These gifts enhance student programs, provide scholarships, stock groceries at Penguin Pantry and add critical funds to department budgets.
Gifts from employees add up. Last year, more than $65,000 was given by our employees through the employee giving campaign. You can get involved today. Any gift of any size is welcomed, and it’s easy to do.
Payroll deduction is an easy way to ensure you never forget to make your gift. A small contribution every paycheck adds up to a big difference in the lives of Clark students. Download the fillable form.
Credit Card Donation
Every gift counts! High participation in the employee-giving campaign sends a powerful message to our community that Clark employees believe in the work we are doing to support our students.
Make a gift to any area of Clark you are passionate about.
Get Involved. Join the O Squad.
Our fun team of employee-giving campaign volunteers is looking for new members. Serving as an ambassador for your department and the entire community and educating your coworkers on the importance of philanthropic giving is a wonderful way to help our students and colleagues. Contact Lynne Groom.
O SQUAD COMMITTEE Members
Megan Anderson, Academic Advisor, Veterans Center of Excellence
Kim Brewer, Enrollment Navigator, Welcome Center
Cheryl Davenport, Library and Archives Paraprofessional, Clark Libraries
Lynne Groom, Director of Annual Giving, Clark College Foundation
Brad Hawkins, Assistant Athletics Director
Lora Jenkins, Program specialist, Workforce Education Services
Michiyo Okuhara, Professor of Japanese
Patti Serrano, Professor of Business Administration, emerita
Andra Spencer, Program Manager, Office of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
Dick Shamrell, Professor of Physics, emeritus
Janice Taylor, Program manager, Tutoring Services
Angela Torretta, VP of Development, Clark College Foundation
Alan Wiest, Professor of Health and Physical Education