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Student Awareness

Named gift opportunities are available for a variety of titles, projects and spaces on Cumberland County College’s campus. Named gifts may bear the donor’s name or may be named to honor a spouse or other family member, a colleague, a firm, or other persons or organizations deserving recognition.

Alcohol Awareness Week - $100,000

This gift will assist with continuing and expanding the Alcohol Awareness Week on Cumberland County College’s campus which includes speakers, demonstrations and activities.

Health and Wellness Week - $100,000

Health and Wellness Week is held annually in March to raise awareness of our students. The gift will assist with event speakers and supplies.

Former U.S. Army Captain Luis Carlos Montalvan, author of "Until Tuesday: A Wounded Warrior and the Golden Retriever Who Saved Him" and his service dog, Tuesday, visit CCC as part of the One Book-One College reading program.One Book, One College - $100,000

This unique program encourages students, faculty and community members to read a selected book annually. Classes and activities are focused around the book for the year. Funds will assist the college with covering the cost of the speaker, dinner and panel discussion.

Cinco de Mayo Celebration - $50,000

This cultural awareness event is organized by students enrolled in Spanish courses at CCC. The gift will assist with providing cultural entertainers, decorations and supplies.

School Counts! Recognition Ceremony - $100,000

The gift will assist with recognizing high school students who are on track to receive four School Counts! certificates.

For further information on Named Gift Opportunities, please call the Foundation Office at 856-200-4557. A personalized proposal outlining the program and donor recognition will be developed for you.

The dollars received from naming rights will be used to create an endowment and only the interest earned on the endowment will be spent to support the named opportunity unless otherwise noted. This will ensure the perpetuity of the program’s existence. In the case of capital projects, the interest earned from the endowment will support the programs and/or operating costs associated with the specific site.