NOC continues Greater Gifts campaign

Team Radio Marketing Group - December 12, 2017 3:41 pm

Sheri Snyder

TONKAWA — The Northern Oklahoma College Foundation is continuing to grow, thanks to financial support from those who provide assistance to students and programs at NOC.

The Greater Gifts Drive is an annual fund drive that allows faculty, staff, alumni, friends and businesses an opportunity to support NOC.  Contributions ensure that Northern has the additional resources necessary to support the priorities of the college.

Businesses that participate in the matching gifts program may increase the impact of their generosity as well.

Tax deductible donations may be made to the Northern Oklahoma College Foundation, PO Box 310, Tonkawa, OK 74653 or in person at the Northern Oklahoma College Development Office (#107) in the Vineyard Library/Administration Building.

The NOC Foundation has awarded $114,927 in scholarships thus far for the 2017-2018 academic year assisting 212 students in furthering their education.

“Your support of our annual greater gift drive campaign is more important than ever as we strive to sustain our scholarship commitments and program support of Northern Oklahoma College,” said Sheri Snyder, Vice President for Development and Community Relations who also serves as the Executive Director of the NOC Foundation.

“Your investment will have a lasting impact on the lives of our students and our communities which we serve,” Snyder added.

The Foundation serves as a private fundraising organization for the college, as designated by the NOC Board of Regents. Its primary purpose is to enhance the educational opportunities and the overall environment of the institution.

For more information about giving to the NOCF, contact the Development Office at (580) 628.6214 or visit the NOC Website at .


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