2022 Annual Scholar-Donor Picnic
This year, we will resume our annual Scholar-Donor Picnic on Wednesday, September 7, 2022. For the 2022-2023 academic year, $130,000 was awarded through 100 different scholarships to nearly 100 deserving students. At the Scholar-Donor Picnic, these deserving students will have the opportunity to meet with the individuals responsible for funding their scholarships. Scholars will be notified of their awards and receive an invitation by mail after June 30, 2022.
We look forward to seeing our scholars and donors!
2019 Sampson Classic
On November 1st, 2019, the Sampson Community College Foundation hosted its 17th annual Sampson Classic Golf Tournament. Twenty local teams came together to help raise money for student scholarships in a golf tournvament format.
2019 Campus Drive
On October 9th, 2019, the Sampson Community College Foundation hosted the 2019 Campus Drive. The goal of the Campus Drive is to raise funds for student scholarships through a faculty/staff-focused event. SCC is the only community college in the state of North Carolina that has enjoyed 100% participation in donations from its employees since its inception.
2019 Donor Appreciation Reception
On September 24th, 2019, the Sampson Community College Foundation hosted its annual Donor Appreciation Reception at the home of Anne Faircloth and Fred DuFour. Thank you to all who attended for creating a night to remember!
2019 Scholar-Donor Picnic
On September 10th, 2019, the Sampson Community College Foundation hosted the 2019 Annual Scholar-Donor Picnic. For the 2018-2019 academic year, over $85,000 was awarded through 100 different scholarships to more than 125 deserving students. On September 10th, these deserving students had the opportunity to meeting with the individual responsible for funding their scholarship.
On March 19th, 2019, the Sampson Community College Foundation hosted our 2019 Annual Phonathon. Thanks to the support of our gracious donors, we raised over $10,000 for student scholarships. These scholarships help local students, many of whom do not qualify for federal student aid. This money made a difference in the lives of the recipients—in many cases, it meant extra money for child care, not having to work multiple jobs, or being able to finish their degrees sooner.