Your gift to the FSCJ Foundation supports quality education for our students. FSCJ has been selected as one of the top 150 U.S. Community Colleges by the Aspen Institute for 2023, recognized for providing educational opportunities and workforce training to meet the unique needs of our students and local economy. It is through your support that FSCJ is able to continue and grow in our role as the "community's college", providing for the needs of our students and our community, today and tomorrow.
There are several ways you can make a meaningful impact in the education and lives of the students we serve.
Established by President Avendano in 2020, the President's Circle is a donor recognition society honoring all who contribute $1,000 and above annually to the FSCJ Foundation. The President’s Circle consists of individuals, family foundations, corporations and community organizations who believe in FSCJ’s mission and choose to invest in the future of our institution and our students through their financial support.
FSCJ donor support provides meaningful impact in the education and lives of the students we serve.
This state-of-the-art facility will help expand student capacity for learning and ensure essential dental services provided to our community continues for those in need.
Employee donations to the First-Generation Scholarship were matched 2:1 with state funds, resulting in over $XXXXXX of scholarship support for FSCJ first generation students.
Atlantic Logistics’ gift of $20,000 creates a scholarship to benefit FSCJ students enrolled in the Logistics and Transportation Specialist Technical Certificate or the Supply Chain Management Associate in Science programs.
SCJ’s 2021Giving Tuesday raised $36,514, from more than 230 donors, to benefit the FSCJ H.O.P.E. Food Pantry. The FSCJ H.O.P.E. Food Pantry allows students anonymous and free access to nonperishable food products.
The FSCJ Foundation is committed to the service of our donors as well as our students. Accordingly, we actively subscribe to The Donor Bill of Rights. Click here to view.