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Corporate and Foundation Donors for Fiscal Year 2014 (July 1, 2013 - June 30, 2014)

 

Acacia Foundation  $50,000 over five years to support the Boys To Men program.  Read the Inside MC Online article 
The Margaret G. Aldrich Irrevocable  Trust
 $5,000 to the Margaret G. Aldrich Award Fund for students who attend the Takoma Park/ Silver Spring campus, intend to pursue a career in teaching, and have taken a course in Mathematics for Elementary School Teachers. 
Aronson Foundation $25,000 over five years for the Aronson Foundation Scholarship for Macklin Business Institute students.  Read the Inside MC Online article
Associated Builders & Contractors $3,000 in support of the Construction Management Fund. 
Association of American College and Universities (AAC&U) 

$299,980 over three years for TIDES--Teaching to Increase Equity and Diversity in STEM, which will support curriculum and faculty development to improve the success of women and under-represented minority students in computer science.  Read the Inside MC Online article

Bank of America Charitable Foundation $15,000 for the MI-BEST Certificate for Apartment Maintenance Technicians program.  Read the Inside MC Online article
Becker Designed, Inc. $2,500 to the Arthur P. and Miriam G. Becker Scholarship 
Bethesda Magazine Community Fund (CFNCR) $2,000 in support of the General Scholarship Fund
BioReliance Corporation/ Sigma-Aldrich 

In-kind contribution of a GE AKTA Explorer FPLC with Unicorn software and computer hardware for the College's biotechnology program.

$5,000 to support the Young Science Explorers Program (YSEP) at Montgomery College.

The Community Foundation 
for the National Capital Region

 

$40,000 for the MI-BEST Certificate for Apartment Maintenance Technicians program.

$50,000 for the ACES Summer Bridge Program and for scholarships to ACES students.

Jack Kent Cooke Foundation  $30,480 to support high-achieving, low-income students in Achieving Collegiate Excellence and Success (ACES).  Read the Inside MC Online article
William E. Cross Foundation  $20,000 for the William E. Cross Foundation Scholarship to benefit veterans pursuing any major or other students majoring in business, computer science, paralegal studies, or criminal justice.
The Charles Delmar Foundation  $4,000 to support the Florence Nightingale Endowed Nursing Scholarship.

Helen Pumphrey Denit Trust

 

$6,000 in support of the Global Humanities Institute’s Faculty Development Program (NEH challenge grant match).

Educational Systems Federal Credit Union $5,000 to the scholarship fund benefiting students in the Achieving Collegiate Excellence and Success (ACES) program.
John Edward Fowler Memorial Foundation $20,000 to establish the John Edward Fowler Memorial Foundation ACES Scholarship.
Gaitherburg-Germantown Chamber of Commerce $2,065 for the Gaithersburg-Germantown Chamber of Commerce Scholarship 
Gap Inc.
 $2,000 for book scholarships for students participating in the “Gap for Community Colleges” training program.  Read the Inside MC Online article
Homer S. Gudelsky Family Foundation  $300,000 for the Homer S. Gudelsky Institute for Technical Education.
The Mary Jane Harlow Charitable Trust
 $5,000 to the Danielle Ezrin Scholarship, which is awarded to students with an interest in poetry and literature. 
The Herson-Stirman Family Foundation $5,000 for the Herson Stirman Family Foundation Scholarship.
Highland Technology Services Inc. $2,000 for the Highland Technology Services, Inc. Scholarship for IT students.
HSC Foundation $6,000 to provide Life Enrichment Awards Program (LEAP) awards to students with cognitive disabilities for classes in the College's Graduate Transition Program or Challenge Program. 
Hughes Network Systems LLC $10,000 for the Gaithersburg-Germantown Chamber of Commerce Scholarship.
Frank Islam and Debbie Driesman Foundation  $15,000 to support the 2013-2014 Athenaeum Symposia.  Read the Inside MC Online article 
James M. Johnston Trust   $10,000 for nursing scholarships.

S. Irwin Kamin Foundation
 $4,000 for Emergency Fund for adult students at the Takoma Park/Silver Spring Campus.
Karuna Charities Washington Inc. $5,000 to increase the size of the Karuna Charities Endowed Scholarship for women with demonstrated financial need who are returning to school after a break in their education. Read the Inside MC Online article
Leadership Montgomery
 $3,000 in support of the Connie Morella Endowed Scholarship and the College's Innovation Fund.
George Preston Marshall Foundation $5,400 to support college visits for high school students participating in Achieving Collegiate Excellence and Success (ACES).  Read the Inside MC Online article
MdBio Foundation
 $10,000 for the MdBio Scholarship for biotechnology students. Read the Inside MC Online article
Mediatech, Inc. In-kind contribution of a custom circulation desk for the Montgomery College library on the Germantown campus. 
Jerome S. & Grace H. Murray Foundation
 $5,000 for the Graduate Transition Program Student Scholarship, which benefits students enrolled in Developmental Education & Workforce Access programs.
National Apartment Association Educational Institute In-kind donation of textbooks worth $13,750 for the Maryland Integrated Basic Education and Skills Training (MI-BEST) version of the Certificate for Apartment Maintenance Technicians course, which is offered to help low-income workers enter the apartment industry. Read the Inside MC Online article
Pettit Family Charitable Foundation $5,000 to the John Pettit Memorial Endowed Scholarship, which is awarded to students in the Building Trades Technology program.
Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. $2,500 to the Boys to Men general program fund.
QIAGEN
 $2,000 to support the 2014 Maryland Science Bowl competition for high school students, hosted by Montgomery College.

Rogers Family Fund (Fiduciary Charitable Foundation)

 

$5,000 for the Mr. and Mrs. William B. Rogers Scholarship, which is awarded to 2nd year nursing students.

Sandy Spring Bank
 $8,000 for the Sandy Spring Bank Scholarship to support students in Achieving Collegiate Excellence and Success (ACES). Read the Inside MC Online article 
Therrien Waddell, Inc. $2,000 to the Gaithersburg-Gemantown Chamber of Commerce Scholarship.
Verizon Foundation $3,500 to support the Jan Malone Scholarship and the Montgomery College Fund.
Sompongse Videt Trust CTF
 $2,468 for the Sompongse Videt Scholarship, which benefits Montgomery County high school graduates with financial need who are pursuing a medical career. 
Washington Area Women's Foundation  $30,000 for scholarships and programs to help low-income women obtain training and jobs.
WGL/Washington Gas  $5,000 to support the 2014 Maryland Science Bowl competition for high school students, hosted by Montgomery College.  Read the Inside MC Online article 
Webber Family Foundation $5,000 to support the Global Humanities Institute.
Whole Foods Market $6,327 to the Enactus Fund, which helps business student teams implement community outreach projects and showcase their impact at national competition.

 


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