PenguinsGive 2022

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Thank you to the Penguin community for your commitment to students during PenguinsGive. Together on April 14, 2022, we raised $40,000 from more than 100 donors who sponsored matches and made gifts to 30 Clark College programs and scholarships. We are truly thankful for your generosity.


Here are a few highlights from the day:

  • 129 alumni, employees, students and community friends made a donation.
  • We raised more than $23,000 for 31 areas of the college, including athletics, STEM , scholarships, Penguin Pantry, emergency grants and the Veterans Center of Excellence.
  • $22,500 in matching gifts DOUBLED our donor’s contributions. A huge thank you to our match and challenge donors.


Why support Clark College on PenguinsGive?


Madelyn Hennerty – Clark College student

Maddie is studying sociology at Clark College. She plans to transfer to Washington State University Vancouver and major in sociology once her studies at Clark are complete. “Philanthropy can help chip away at inequalities in the education system for students from marginalized communities and historically disadvantaged backgrounds,” Maddie said. “In the future, I would love to come back to Clark College to teach as a professor and work with underserved student populations.”


Clark Athlete Eckerman



Maximilian Eckermann – Clark student baseball player

Maximilian Eckermann is a Clark College student from Frankfurt, Germany. “Clark College and head coach Mark Magdaleno made my dream to play college baseball in the United States come true. This is my second year studying international business. I hope to become a financial manager for professional athletes one day. Clark  has been pivotal in helping make my goals a reality.”

Brittini Lasseigne



Brittini Lasseigne – VP of the Clark College Foundation Alumni Board

“As a community college, Clark strives to provide opportunities to expand perspectives, further careers, or even explore new beginnings. I joined the alumni board because I was looking for a way to give back in a way that was as meaningful as what Clark gave me. Whether you give your time, talent, treasure or you inspire others to take action, you make a difference, and it’s worth it.

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