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GCCC Endowment Association Kicks Off Phase One of Fall Donation Campaign

Judd Weil-News Director judd.rmmedia@gmail.com


[FINNEY COUNTY, Kan.]


The Garden City Community College (GCCC) Endowment Association is excited to kick off phase one of their fall 2022 donation campaign, #BustersAreEverywhere. The announcement came Aug. 22.


Through scholarships, equipment grants, and project funds, the GCCC Endowment Association provides the students at Garden City Community College with life-changing opportunities.


“Today's students will become tomorrow's medical professionals, farmers, tractor technicians, teachers, business owners, and community leaders,” said Garden City Community College. “Every donation is needed, every donation is appreciated, and every donation reaches GCCC students.”


GCCC stated the #BustersAreEverywhere campaign will highlight Garden City Community College alumni, family members, friends, and supporters found across the nation in virtually every occupation imaginable.


Supporters are encouraged to post a photo using the hashtag #BustersAreEverywhere so the GCCC Endowment Association can see all the exciting places and rewarding occupations shared by Broncbusters.


In the 2021-2022 academic year, thanks to gracious donors, the GCCC Endowment Association awarded and administered $413,451 in academic and technical scholarships to deserving GCCC students in various programs as well as $109,684 in equipment and program grants to support academic and technical programs at GCCC.


Phase two of the fall 2022 fundraising campaign will kick off in early October with the Annual Scholarship Phonathon running from Oct. 3 through Oct. 13.


Donations can be made by check, payable to GCCC Endowment Association, and be mailed or dropped off at 801 Campus Drive, Garden City, Kan. 67846.


Donations can also be made securely online with a credit card through the GCCC Endowment Association website at gcccendowment.com.


“Thank you to all who choose to provide a gift of support and make a difference in the lives of GCCC students,” said GCCC.


For more information or any questions on the campaign, please contact 620-276-0412 or barbara.wells@gcccks.edu.