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Our mission at the AACC Foundation is to secure and steward philanthropic gifts. These gifts increase access to higher education for our community through student scholarships, and enhance the educational endeavors of the college.
Frank R. Campbell, Esq. President
Dan Mathias Vice President
Eric Keitz, CPA Treasurer
Rev. Dr. Diane Dixon-Proctor Secretary
Cullen Murray Immediate Past President
|Michael Amwoga (Student Member)||Cindy O’Neill|
|Dr. Shawn Ashworth||David Orso|
|Janet Clauson||Louben Repke|
|Dr. Richard Faircloth||Dr. Marcianna Rodriguez|
|Mark Hartzell||John Rosso|
|Brittany Jones||Pete Smith|
|David Leach||Jay Strickland|
|Henry N. Libby, Esq.||Lawrence W. Ulvila Jr. (Lead Trustee Liaison)|
|Kevin Lusby||Howard Weinstein, Esq.|
|Julie Mussog, CPA||Laura Westervelt|
Vollie Melson Executive Director of Institutional Advancement and the AACC Foundation
Dr. Dawn Lindsay President, AACC
Jay Winer Director Emeritus
Harold V. Nutt Director Emeritus (Deceased)
Thank you for considering a gift to the Anne Arundel Community College Foundation Inc., a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) organization with a federal taxpayer identification number of 52-6078381. Every gift, regardless of size, matters to AACC students and helps make it possible for them to complete their program, get a good job and give back to our community.
The easiest and quickest way is to use our secure online giving form.
If you prefer, checks, made payable to the foundation, may be sent to:
Anne Arundel Community College Foundation Inc.
101 College Parkway, Arnold, MD 21012
For information on opportunities to support AACC, read our frequently asked questions (FAQs).
To initiate a transfer held by a brokerage or commercial bank, notify the broker or bank that you intend to electronically transfer the funds to the college. This often can be done online.
Important: Call the college at 410-777-2515 or email firstname.lastname@example.org when you intend to transfer funds.
To make the transfer, contact:
Wilmington Trust, 410-545-2765
Attention: Elizabeth Baker
Account Name: Anne Arundel Community College Foundation Inc.
Account Number: 1041216, Participant (DTC) Number: 990, Institutional ID Number: 26385
The Anne Arundel Community College Foundation greatly appreciates the vision and generosity of those who leave a bequest in their will or trust to support the college and the success of our students. The name Circle ’61 was established as a reminder of when AACC opened its doors to the community in 1961. The circle signifies our continuum of educational excellence, with more than 50 years of support from our community.
For you and your advisor's consideration, we offer the following language to include in a will or trust document: "I give $____________ or _______ % of my estate (or otherwise describe the property) to the Anne Arundel Community College Foundation Inc., a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) organization with a federal taxpayer identification number of 52-6078381, located at 101 College Parkway, Arnold, MD 21012, phone: 410-777-2515."
For information on making a planned gift to the Anne Arundel Community College Foundation, contact Wendy Thomas at 410-777-1309 or email@example.com.
Gifts to the AACC Foundation provide unrestricted support for the college, allowing the foundation to put funds to use where the need is greatest. However, if you are interested in supporting a specific scholarship or program, contact the foundation at 410-777-2515 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Yes, you may make a gift to AACC in honor or in memory of a family member, classmate, faculty member or other loved one, mentor or friend. Indicate whom you are honoring when making your gift.
Many companies and foundations will double the value of charitable gifts made by employees and their spouses, board members and retirees. Contact your human resources office to see if your organization matches charitable gifts to AACC.
Anne Arundel Community College is a publicly funded institution, but diminishing public funding requires the college to seek and secure other sources of revenue to develop and sustain programming and provide scholarships to meet student needs. Pell Grants, the largest source of scholarships designated for the most underprivileged community college students, once covered the entire cost of obtaining an associate degree. A recent national study estimated that current Pell Grants only cover 62% of the cost of a two-year degree. Gifts from individuals, business and foundations make it possible for more students to enroll, complete their degree, get a good job and give back to our community.
Isaac Cox Building
Anne Arundel Community College
101 College Parkway
Arnold, MD 21012