CCC Foundation Board Looking for a Few Good Men and Women
The Camden County College Foundation Board of Directors is seeking new faces for its general membership.
Founded in 1992, the CCC Foundation supports the College’s mission to provide accessible, affordable and high-quality education to all who can benefit from such opportunity. As the College’s partner, the Foundation raises monies to fund scholarships for students, supply enrichment opportunities for faculty and enhance the institution’s instructional equipment and technological capabilities. In addition to raising $2 million to support more than 1,000 scholarships awarded since 2000, the Foundation has held annual golf tournaments, produced benefit arts events and conducted annual fundraising solicitations.
These efforts are steered by the Foundation’s board of directors, which is made up of local leaders who donate their money, time and talents toward continuing CCC’s tradition of academic excellence and student success. Leading this 23-member resource team is the 2011-12 executive committee: chairman John R. Dillon of Moorestown; vice chairman Louis R. Moffa Jr. of Cherry Hill; secretary Silvia Moffa of Gloucester Township; and treasurer Kurtis J. Stroemel of Voorhees. The Foundation’s nominating committee is chaired by John C. Connell of Haddonfield.
Resumes are being accepted for additional volunteers to serve on the board. Prospective members should be available to attend quarterly meetings of the full board as well as monthly meetings of their respective committees and several College events per year.
For additional information, contact development associate Melissa Daly at (856) 374-4946 or email@example.com.
Published: January 13, 2012