SOUTH HOLLAND, IL – In light of the State of Illinois’ financial issues, budget impasses and their direct impact on South Suburban College (SSC), the SSC Foundation is seeking $90 gifts from those who wish to help make a difference for students on campus.
This charitable activity is the college’s first capital campaign in decades in order to make a key facility project finally become a reality—a student assistance center named SSC Circle. SSC Circle would provide significant, much needed immediate support for student assistance with enrollment and registration processing, and much more. The campaign is titled “90 for 90” and is targeting $90 one-time donations throughout SSC’s current 90th anniversary year with a goal to raise $90,000. Once the goal is achieved, the college will provide matching funds to complete the project. All donors will have their names recognized on a donor wall within SSC Circle.
“The 90 for 90 campaign is an opportunity for everyone to help – our faculty and staff, retirees, alumni, community partners and local residents – to support SSC in our greatest time of need,” said Don Manning, SSC president. “Individuals can take great pride in providing an affordable, charitable gift, while earning a tax-deduction and permanent recognition on the SSC Circle donor wall.”
All contributions to the SSCF are 100% tax-deductible (TIN: 23-7191738). The SSCF staff works cooperatively with individuals and organizations to develop a donor plan of any level, with the larger the donation the larger the recognition. Donations may be made online from www.ssc.edu/foundation
For more information, please contact the Foundation Office at (708) 596-2000, ext. 2463 or email@example.com.