Our Donors

Supporting the Fullerton College Foundation

The Foundation has a number of ways that a donor can provide support for our programs.

 Endowed Scholarships – minimum $2,500 donation for a new scholarship. A gift of this size or greater provides for a named scholarship along with a plaque on the Dr. H. Lynn Sheller Scholarship Donor Recognition Wall. Contributions of $2,500 or more to existing scholarships will also be recognized with a plaque on our Scholarship Wall. Contributions of any size are welcome for existing scholarships. Donations may be made in a variety of ways, including a one-time payment or monthly payments through PayPal or NOCCCD payroll deduction.

List of Endowed Scholarship Donors - Click Here

 Gifts and Grants – The Foundation actively solicits gifts and grants from individuals, private foundations, major corporations and local businesses. Gifts and Grants of $1,000 or more will be recognized on our Giving the Gift of Education Donor Recognition Wall.

List of Gifts and Grant Donors - Click Here

Dr. H. Lynn Sheller Heritage Society – Planned Giving Programs - including estate planning, gifts of stocks and bonds, insurance and real estate. Planned Giving donors will be recognized on our Giving the Gift of Education Donor Recognition Wall.

List of Dr. H. Lynn Sheller Heritage Society Members - Click Here

Gift Matching Programs – Many local corporations such as Southern California Edison, Bank of America and AT&T offer gift matching programs for employee donations to the Foundation. Please check with your employer regarding any programs that the company might offer.

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 On June 27th, Chris Sideris from W.W. Grainer, Inc. presented
Dr. Greg Schulz, President of Fullerton College
a check for $5,000 in support of the Partners In Education Program.

Brent Hunter, Executive Director of Planned Giving, NOCCCD, Dr. Greg Schulz, President, Fullerton College, Chris Sideris, Branch Network Manager-OC for W.W. Grainger, Inc., Gail Arriola-Nickell, Development Director and Chuck Allen, Executive Director, Fullerton College Foundation