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2020-21 Foundation Scholarship Recipients

 

American University of Women (AAUW) Scholarship

Maryana Vazquez

Ashler Masonic Lodge #121 Scholarship

Eden Kingsley

Biella Foundation Scholarship

Valerie Dutchover

Denise Marsden

Miguel Ortiz

Joe Ralph

Cascadia College Foundation Scholarship

John Winans Armstrong V

Jadyn Herbst

Olivia Rahbin

Challenge Scholarship

Andy Bazan

Victoria Davis

Nicholas Gonzalez

Bailey Kypreos

Patel Malhar

Noor Randhawa

Founders & Trustees Scholarship

Claire Patnode

Frances Bianco Scholarship for Peace

Brigit Brady

Fred Jackson Faculty Scholarship

Efrain Pardo Dominguez

John and Margaret Bock Endowment Scholarship

Sarah Armatage

Kemal Atajanov

Kathryn Beames

Arica Conrad

Mallory Gustafson

Johnathan Hamaker

Grace Lundt

Mohamed Mahfouz

Juan Maldonado

James Pesta

Joe Ralph

Steven Reyes

Julia Simmons

Darrian Smith

Rileigh Thompson

Christy Westmoreland

Julie and Grant Davidson Memorial Scholarship

Brigitte Rocha

Murray-Sandford Scholarship

Gillian Vaughan

Nathaniel Jacob Allen Memorial Scholarship

Wendy Martinez

Richard Dakin Scholarship

Jolie Ip

Yuk Kang

Jinchu Li

Jacob Pedersen

Robert Riley

Victor Silva Joao

Transition Scholarship

Salma Chentouf

Hassan Mohammed

Tjossem Family Scholarship

Austin Callan

Julie Cleveland

Johnathan Hamaker

Grace Lundt

Jacob Pedersen

William Christopher-Gateway Scholarship

Brigitte Rocha

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About the Foundation 

Our Mission

The Foundation supports the college's efforts to enhance student success and strengthen our communities.

 

Cascadia College Foundation provides essential financial assistance to students in need through scholarships, grants, and loans and also supports important college programs. With your help, we will continue to assist students who are striving for success and prepare them to give back to the community which has so generously supported them.


 

Contact Us

Mail:       18345 Campus Way NE
                Bothell, WA  98011

Phone:   (425) 352-8840

Email:     foundation@cascadia.edu


 

Foundation Annual Report to the Community

Check out the Cascadia College Foundation Snapshot and see how your generous support is making a difference!

  • Meet some of our scholarship recipients;
  • Read about how your donations are being put to good use;
  • See who else supported the Foundation;
  • Learn more about how the foundation is changing lives with your help!

Learn about "Belonging at Cascadia" through our 2018 Annual Report.


 

Board of Directors

The board of directors provides leadership for the foundation which is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization aligned with Cascadia College. Directors support the college and its students by building relationships and developing resources in the community. Directors are elected by their peers to serve up to three consecutive three-year terms.

Tom McAndrew, President
Coalfire Systems

 

Ron Wheadon, Vice President
Cascadia College - retired

 

Alex Lee, Treasurer and Secretary
Auxano Advisors

 

Ravi Ravhagan
Coalfire Systems

 

Dr. Eric Murray
President, Cascadia College

 

Mark Collins
Director, Cascadia College Foundation

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How You Can Help

Give to the CCF Annual Fund.

The Annual Fund supports a variety of vital foundation and college programs including more than 20 annual Cascadia College Foundation scholarships and hundreds of small grants and loans for students.



Create a new named scholarship or memorial/tribute fund. 

Build a legacy while creating a better future for our students and our community. Establish a new scholarship based on your interests or those of a special loved one.

  • Annual scholarships – Gifts made on an annual basis are paid out directly to the scholarship recipient’s account to cover tuition, fees, books, or other expenses you designate.

  • Endowed scholarships – With a gift of $25,000 or more, you can provide invaluable support for students in perpetuity. The fund’s principal is permanently invested and the interest is used each year to fund the scholarship.
  • Memorial/tribute funds – Create a named fund to which you, your family, and friends can make gifts in honor or memory of a loved one. You may designate proceeds to be used for specific programs or areas of student aid that align with the interests, passions, or experiences of the person(s) being honored.



Contribute to Established Endowment Funds

You can help grow a permanent legacy of support for Cascadia students by contributing to endowment funds that have already been established.

  • Julie and Grant Davidson Memorial Scholarship
  • Tjossem Family Scholarship
  • Founders and Trustees Scholarship
  • Nathaniel Jacob Allen Memorial Scholarship
  • William Christopher / Gateway Scholarship
  • John and Margaret Bock Scholarship
  • Murray - Sandford Scholarship
  • Ashler Lodge #121 - Bothell



Your Generous Support Can Change Lives, One Student at a Time. How Would You Like to Make an Impact?

Learn more about how you can make a difference for our students and our community. Email the foundation or call 425.352.8840.

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Make a Gift

Cascadia Tax ID# 91-2010540



Give Online

Button named Make a Gift that links to donation page

 


 

Write a Check

Send your checks to:

       CCC Foundation
       18345 Campus Way NE
       Bothell, WA  98011


 
Participate in an Event

Be a part of the action and change lives. Participate in the Annual Make Dreams Come True Fundraising Breakfast or other foundation events throughout the year.

• Attend and donate
• Sponsor



Make a Planned Gift

Make a lasting impact on the community and leave a meaningful legacy that demonstrates your commitment to quality education. Include the Cascadia College Foundation in your plans.



Matching Gifts

Many employers match their employees' charitable contributions at anywhere from 30-500%! Make your donation go even further by asking your employer to match it.



Payroll Deduction

If you're a Cascadia employee, you can easily support the foundation through payroll deduction as part of the Cascadia Team Giving  [DOC] program.


 
Other Support

If you would like to support the Cascadia community of lifelong learners with a contribution of another sort, like stocks and securities or in-kind, non-cash donations, please contact the foundation. We will be glad to work with you.

If you have questions about any of these giving opportunities, please email the foundation or call 425-352-8840.

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The President's Club

The Cascadia College Foundation gratefully acknowledges our most generous annual donors, those who contribute $1,000 or more to the foundation, for providing vital support to important college programs and a crucial, financial assistance to deserving students.

Your generosity provides the critical private support that changes lives -- one scholarship, loan, or grant at a time.

As a member of The President’s Club, you will receive:  

  • An invitation to special President's Club events
  • Acknowledgement on the foundation website
  • Acknowledgement in published annual report
  • Acknowledgement at Special Events



President’s Club Members

We are extremely grateful for the support of our President's Club members whose leadership gifts help us build a better future for our students and our community.


Margaret Bock
Bill and Judy Christopher
Biella Foundation
Alex and Lydia Lee
Tom and Amanda McAndrew
Louis Mendoza
Eric Murray
Eastside Community Aid Thrift Shop
Northshore Scholarship Foundation
Allister H. O’Brien
Rotary Club of Kirkland
Rotary Club of Northshore
Robert and Linda Tjossem
Joan Lovett
Ashler Lodget #121 - Bothell

 

Thank you!  

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Financial Assistance for Students

Scholarships

You may be eligible for a tuition scholarship funded by the Cascadia College Foundation or through generous donations from individuals, organizations, and businesses associated with Cascadia. Eligibility criteria vary depending on the scholarship. For details, see Cascadia College Foundation Scholarships.



Grants

The foundation supports small grants for students who have unmet needs. Contact foundation@cascadia.edu for information.



Short-Term Loans

In specific situations, the foundation can provide short-term loans to bridge the gap until a student has obtained long-term financial assistance. Contact foundation@cascadia.edu for information.



Meet Our Scholarship Recipients

The foundation proudly awarded scholarships to the following deserving student recipients for the 2020-21 school year.


American Association of University Women Scholarship

Maryana Vasquez


Nathaniel Jacob Allen Memorial Scholarship

Wendy Martinez


John and Margaret Bock Scholarship

Sarah Armatage

Kemal Atajanov

Kathryn Beames

Arica Conrad

Mallory Gustafson

Johnathan Hamaker

Grace Lundt

Mohamed Mahfouz

Juan Maldonado

James Pesta

Joe Ralph

Steven Reyes

Julia Simmons

Darrian Smith

Rileigh Thompson

Christy Westmoreland 


Frances Bianco Memorial Scholarship for Peace

Brigit Brady


William Christopher / Gateway Scholarship

Brigitte Rocha


Julie and Grant Davidson Memorial Scholarship

Brigitee Rocha


Cascadia College Founders and Trustees Scholarship

Claire Patnode


Fred Jackson Faculty Scholarship

Efrain Pardo Dominguez             


Murray - Sandford Scholarship

Gillian Vaughan


Tjossem Family Scholarship

Austin Callan

Julie Cleveland

Johnathan Hamaker

Grace Lundt

Jacob Pedersen

 

Ashler Lodge #121 Scholarship

Eden Kingsley   

  
Biella Foundation Community and Technical College Scholarship

Valerie Dutchover

Denise Marsden

Miguel Ortiz

Joe Ralph

 

 

College Goal Cascadia Scholarship

John Winans Armstrong V

Jadyn Herbst

Olivia Rahbin

 

Richard Dakin Award for Cybersecurity Scholars

Jolie Ip

Yul Kang

Jinchu Li

Jacob Pedersen

Robert Riley

Joao Victor Silva

 

 

Congratulations to one and all!

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Award for Excellence in Teaching, Learning and Service (ETLS)

Recognizing Faculty Contributions

The Excellence in Teaching, Learning, and Service Award was created to recognize the contributions of individuals or groups of faculty who have made exceptional contributions to the college's mission and vision in one or more categories:

  1. Excellence in primary assignment
  2. Service to students
  3. Service to profession
  4. Professional contributions to college and community


 
History of the Award

In 2005, Cascadia College, the Cascadia College Federation of Teachers, and the Cascadia College Foundation worked together to create this award and establish an endowed fund to support it.  In addition to a plaque, recipients are awarded $1,000 to defray additional costs associated with their work at Cascadia.


Awards are presented during Year End Celebration activities.


 
How to Nominate

Any member of the Cascadia community — students, faculty, administrators, staff, or trustees — may nominate faculty for the award. To be eligible, nominated faculty must have completed the equivalent of 15 credits of teaching at Cascadia College.

  1. Complete the on-line nomination form by Friday, May 8, 2020
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