The pandemic has certainly upended the lives of our students, but their needs remain the same. Support our 2021 Employee Giving Campaign because together we achieve more!
Employee Giving Campaign
Even though we are apart, we remain united in our mission to help CCBC students achieve their educational goals. Together, we can 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. Your support helps to change lives and fund innovative ideas to drive student success.
No matter our role at the college, 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 2021 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.
The CCBC Impact Fund
Heroes of the Heart Donor Wall
Your engraved heart will be permanently installed in our new state-of-the-art Carol Diane Eustis Center for Health Professions. You can choose a message to commemorate a special occasion, pay tribute to a favorite professor or show your CCBC spirit!
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Student Emergency Fund
The CCBC Student Emergency Assistance Fund supports students who need help with basic needs such as food insecurity, housing, transportation, technology, childcare, and more. Funds raised for the CCBC Student Emergency Assistance Fund directly benefit many of our students who are in crisis.
Totals raised in 2020 by campus
Owings Mills & Randallstown: $1,665
Overall total: $156,252