Employee Giving

Your gifts help us build a stronger Seattle Central

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Employee Giving

Your gifts help us build a stronger Seattle Central

Make a Gift

Employee Giving

Our employees routinely go the extra mile to ensure our students’ success. In addition to their daily commitment, both faculty and staff have a strong tradition of giving. Whether it's through payroll deduction, attending our annual Believe Gala or donating to their own program, our goal to have 100% of employees give back throughout the year.

Employee Payroll Deduction

Setting up an automatic payroll deduction is an easy and effective way to support the students, faculty and staff of Seattle Central. With this deduction, you have the opportunity to provide financial aid to students, support for programs within the college, and funding for professional development for your fellow colleagues.

Benefits:

  • The money comes out of your income even before you receive your paycheck, making it something that happens easily and automatically every time you receive a paycheck.
  • Payroll deductions are also an easy way to break down an annual contribution into smaller payments spaced throughout the year.
  • Donations of any amount on a monthly basis can make a difference in the life of one or more of our students.

Download Payroll Deduction Form (pdf).

Employee Giving Campaign

Each year, our employees rally behind a specific cause at the college to give back to a particular need or challenge.

In 2016, faculty and staff connected to support one of students' greatest barriers to finishing their degrees a lack of funding. The employee campaign raised nearly $10,000 to support a new Completion Scholarship fund that gives TRiO and Project Finish Line staff the flexibility to provide responsive one-time scholarships to students who would otherwise slip through the cracks due to a lack of funding.

Contact

Seattle Central College Foundation
Seattle Central College
1701 Broadway
Seattle, WA 98122
206.934.5491
Foundation.Central@seattlecolleges.edu

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