About the Foundation
SUNY SULLIVAN FOUNDATION
For more than 46 years, Sullivan County Community College Foundation (the “Foundation”) has been serving SUNY Sullivan Community College with its ongoing purpose to seek and secure private funds to supplement the college’s traditional revenue sources. Working in partnership with donors, we seek to provide funding for scholarship assistance, acquisition of talented faculty, state-of-the-art facilities and innovative programs to enrich the quality of education and enhance the Student’s overall education experience.
The Foundation has become more engaged and purposeful in its mission to enhance the existing culture of philanthropy by reaching out to friends in the Sullivan community to introduce and orchestrate new drives, events, and sponsorship opportunities among other avenues to raise money. Whether you make an annual gift, support scholarships for students, endow a fund to attract educators, make a capital gift to sustain and maintain our campus and facilities, or choose planned giving or bequests, you are making a choice that transforms not only the life of a student or the success of a program, but all the lives that are touched by them. It is a choice that also affects your own family and the entire community by helping to guide young eager minds to participate and provide the resources to later lead the local community and the economy into a prosperous future.
A gift of money or time is an expression of the values you hold, values that can be passed on to Students. That is one of the most wonderful aspects of giving – it is not done in isolation, but in partnership.
Thank you for the continued support and generosity.
Patricia Adams, SUNY Sullivan Board of Trustees Representative
Dr. Kathleen Crabill, Officer-in-Charge
Eleanor Davis (Ex Officio)
Jose Herrera, Chairman
The SUNY Sullivan Foundation seeks and secures private funds to supplement the College’s traditional revenue sources. Through ongoing efforts, it provides scholarship assistance, funding for equipment, enrichment programs, and the ability to enhance and strengthen selected academic areas and programs that prepare students for life after formal education.
The Foundation was formed under the provisions of Section 216 of the Education Law and Section 404, subdivision (d) of the Not-for-Profit Corporation Law. The Foundation is governed by an independent Board of Directors.