Employee and Retiree Giving


Employee Giving is Powerful

On average, more than 200 current and retired Clark College employees make a donation every year. These gifts enhance student programs, provide students with scholarships, stock groceries at Penguin Pantry and add critical funds to department budgets.

Points Challenge for 2020-2021

When you take part in giving this year, a $5,000 match to Clark’s emergency grants fund will be unlocked thanks to generous donors. To get the match, we will reach for 2,020 points by June 30, 2021.

Get points by:

  • Giving a one-time gift and get 5 points. If someone gives two different times, get 10 points.
  • Giving a recurring donation and get 15 points. It doesn’t have to be a new recurring gift.

Point tally as of January 15, 2021:

191 one-time gifts reached 955 points. The goal was 775 points. Goal met. Thank you!

80 recurring gifts for 960 points. Goal is 1,245 points.

Current point total: 1,915
Points still needed: 105

All new donors are entered into a drawing for a chance to award $500 to an existing Clark College fund of their choice.

 

Payroll deduction

An easy way to ensure you never forget to make your gift. A contribution every paycheck adds up to big help for students. Download the fillable form.

Make a secure one-time or recurring credit card donation online.

Every gift counts! High participation in the employee giving campaign sends a powerful message to our corporate and foundation funders that we believe in the work we are doing to support our students and community.

 


Get Involved. Join the O Squad.

Our fun team of employee giving campaign volunteers is looking for volunteers. Serving as an ambassador for your department and the entire community on the importance of philanthropic giving is a wonderful way to help our students and colleagues. Contact Angela Torretta.

O Squad Committee 2020-2021

Veronica Brock, professor, Health and Physical Education
Coralee Brewer, Clark College Bookstore
Cheryl Davenport, Libraries
Lora Jenkins, Ed planner, Workforce Education Services
Patti Serrano, professor, Business Administration
Janice Taylor, program manager, Tutoring Services
Sheri Terjeson, financial wellness program manager, Career Services
Angela Torretta, director of annual giving and Sponsorships, Clark College Foundation
Alan Wiest, professor, Health and Physical Education