Employee Giving Campaign

At CCBC, we care. We care about our work, we care about each other, we care about our students, and we care about our community. That’s why, each year, through our Employee Giving Campaign, we invest in what matters – our students!


Thanks to the generosity of 424 CCBC employees last year, the College was able to address the emerging needs of 1,000 CCBC students through scholarship support and emergency assistance as they navigate the pandemic and recover from crisis.

Working together, we demonstrate to the world our remarkable commitment to our students and academic community by participating in our Employee Giving Campaign. Through our collective efforts, we are able to fund the educational needs of many CCBC students as well as instructional and student support needs.


Our Employee Giving Campaign provides an opportunity for our faculty and staff to come together to help improve the quality of life for our students and community. Your support helps to change lives and fund innovative ideas to drive student success.

No matter our role, every day, we dedicate ourselves to helping, nurturing, educating, and mentoring students. It is in this, CCBC spirit, that we invite you to join us in supporting our annual Employee Giving Campaign and make a gift that impacts the lives of our biggest investments: our students.

Thank you to our 2022 Employee Giving Campaign Donors! You all are truly making a difference in the lives of our students. As a token of our appreciation, we're awarding you with exciting raffle prizes.

Funding to CCBC’s Employee Giving Campaign:

  • Increases scholarship opportunities for students.
  • Help raise critical funds for student emergencies such as housing assistance, child care, transportation, and more.
  • Strengthens academic programs and professional development for faculty and staff.
When we give together, we achieve more, and we change the world!

Science Technology Engineering and Math (STEM) Fund

To support students in STEM through a wide range of programs to advance students' academic support, diversity and equity, and promote student professional development.

Jack Manley Athletics Fund

To honor the life and legacy of John "Jack" Manley, former athletics director at CCBC Catonsville, who recently passed away.

Heroes of the Heart Challenge Fund

To support the emergency needs of credit and non-credit students in the Health Careers Program.

Totals raised in 2021 by campus

Catonsville: $45,280
Dundalk: $37,689
Essex: $57,832
Owings Mills & Randallstown: $2,900

Overall total: $143,710