BIG Day of Giving – Thursday, May 6, 2021
1 day, 2 great colleges, many opportunities to help students!
For one day people from communities across the United States come together with a singular purpose of supporting local organizations and agencies that make a difference in the lives of their community. The annual BIG Day of Giving is Thursday, May 6 and during that day we encourage you to consider supporting your favorite program or service that supports students on the campuses of Woodland Community and Yuba Colleges. One day, two great colleges and lots of opportunity for you to make a difference in the life of a local student.
I GIVE… Employee Generosity Supports a Wide Range of Programs and Scholarships
Giving through payroll deduction or a one time contribution, the generosity of Yuba Community College District employees in supporting scholarships and student programs makes a significant impact on our campuses.
I GIVE to support the arts ; I GIVE to hungry students; I GIVE to fund a scholarship; I GIVE to TRIO because TRIO works! These are just a few of the many reasons that employees of the District support the YCCD Foundation with monthly contributions through payroll deduction. Every employee has the opportunity to make a positive impact in the success of students. Using the employee payroll deduction form, or through a one-time annual gift, employees can pick the program they want to support and pick the amount they want to give. It’s that easy. Everyone has a reason to give and help students succeed. Why do you give?
Help Students Succeed with a Gift to Support YCCD Foundation Scholarships
A tax-deductible gift to the Yuba Community College Foundation is more than just a monetary gift – it is an investment in the success of students at Woodland Community College and Yuba College, and the communities they serve.
Please support local students with a gift to the Foundation’s scholarship campaign.
My scholarship has allowed me to attend my dream school, Woodland Community College. It is providing me the opportunity to go to school and be successful in life.
Sofia, Woodland Community College Student
When COVID hit, I thought I would have to drop out of Yuba. Fortunately, the foundation helped me get a laptop and Internet so I could continue my education remotely.
Carlos, Yuba College Student
Scholarships have allowed me to become a the first generation in my family to enroll in college. My goal is to return to Lake County as a teacher in support of youth.
Lucero, Lake County Campus Student