Additional Giving Opportunities
Two other ways you can support activities at Muscatine Community College include:
- Muscatine Community College Achievement Fund
The Muscatine Community College Achievement Fund provides a single source for support of the student activity programs. Many area businesses contribute to this cause.
- Muscatine Community Partners in Excellence
Gifts to the Muscatine Community Partners in Excellence support the Fine Arts program. The fund is used to ensure the quality and variety of performing groups, enlarge and enhance fine arts opportunities offered through the college to the community and establish an endowment for the fine arts.
The MCC Foundation is a non-profit 501©3 organization. Gifts are tax-deductible and non-refundable contributions. Donors receive no goods or services in return for gifts to the foundation.
For more information, contact Lisa Wiegel, 563-288-6005.
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