EMPLOYEE GIVING CAMPAIGN
Giving with Gratitude Options
MARK THE PROGRAM AND/OR SCHOLARSHIP YOU WISH TO SUPPORT!
Unrestricted - supports the operations of the
foundation and provides for unrestricted gifts
AB540 Dream Fund – provides scholarships to
participants in the program.
AIM Fund – provides ﬁnancial assistance to non-
credit students interested in transitioning to credit
courses. Assistance includes tuition, books and
Art on Campus Fund – supports art projects
Athletics - provides funding in support of the
college’s athletics program.
Children’s Center – provides funding to purchase
equipment and supplies for the program.
CARE (Cooperative Agencies Recourses for
Education) Program – provides resources for
single parents attending Hancock.
C.S.E.A. Chapter No. 251 Scholarship – annual
scholarship provided by membership to employees
or dependents of employees of Chapter No. 251.
Cesar Chavez EOPS Scholarships – annual
scholarships provided by the EOPS Department.
Dance – supports dance concerts
Enology/Viticulture Program – provides funding
for the college’s enology & viticulture program
Film and Video – provides funding for student
events and competitions.
Friends of the Library – supports library projects
outside of district funding.
Honoring Hancock College Retirees’
Scholarship – annual scholarship coordinated by
the Hancock College Council and funded by sta.
Library in Tribute to Jim Morrow – provides
funding for science resource books.
Landscaping for Hancock – provides funding for
plants and trees on the Santa Maria campus and at
the Lompoc Valley Center.
MESA ¬ supports special projects and annual
scholarships awarded through the AHC Foundation
PCPA – supports scholarships for PCPA students.
President’s Circle – supports special projects that
do not have district funding, i.e., hiring a biology lab
assistant, professional development, Food Share
Because We Care, etc.
Science Field Studies Program – provides student
assistance for campus science ﬁeld study trips.
Start Here/AHC Promise Fund – a new program
that will provide an opportunity for all students to
STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering &
Mathematics) Program – provides funding for
STEM events held throughout the year.
Student Emergency Fund – provides ﬁnancial
assistance to students who lack resources to cover
unexpected emergency expenses.
Student Government (A.S.B.G.) – provides
funding for activities sponsored by ASBG each year.
Student Services Scholarship – an annual
scholarship for students funded by employees of
Hancock Student Services department.
Student Workforce Fund – provides funding for
student workers in the Math Centers.
Veteran Emergency Loan Fund – provides a
short-term emergency loan for veterans who are
experiencing ﬁnancial situtations aecting his or
her ability to be a successful student.
Campus Clubs – supports activities
Write in the name of the club you wish to
WAYS TO GIVE
1. Payroll Deduction Pledge – For as little as $10/month you can sign-up to give a gift that will last all year long.
__ is a new deduction/gift.
__ will increase my current payroll deduction(s) to the same fund(s).
__ change my current payroll deduction as follows
(specify amount & fund – you may contribute to more than one fund) ________________________________________________________
$ _________ per pay check for __________________ pay periods. Total gift amount $ ______________________________________________
or split my gift between:
___________________________________________ _________ % and ___________________________________________ _________ %
2. One time gift of Check or Cash
Enclosed is my check payable to the AHC Foundation for _____________________________________________________________________ .
I wish to charge my gift in the amount of $ ___________________________________________________________________________________
__ American Express __Discover __MasterCard __Visa
Cardholder’s Name ________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Card #_____________________________________________________ CVC #_________ Expires _______________________________________
Questions? Contact Toni McCracken at firstname.lastname@example.org or 805.922.6966, ext. 3647
Please return the completed form to the Allan Hancock College Foundation, Building B, Ste. 106
The Allan Hancock College Foundation is an IRS recognized 501c3 non-proﬁt organization Tax I.D. number 95-3143396.
Donations are fully tax deductible.
Employee Last Name First Name MI AHC H #
Address City State Zip
Campus Extension Mobile Phone Hancock email
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