Employee Giving Campaign: Your Gift Matters
As employees, there are countless ways you impact students on a daily basis - inside and outside of the classroom. Your dedication and commitment to the success of our students makes a lasting impact on them.
We know that students have financial barriers that impact their ability to be successful through their educational journey. GRCC employees can help remove financial barriers by making a gift to the GRCC Foundation in support of scholarships. Employee giving sends a powerful message demonstrating our continued commitment to our students.
Your gift matters - every gift, any amount, anytime! Would you join us in making a commitment today to our students?
How can I give?
Payroll deduction gifts
It’s automatic and convenient, and your gift is spread out over 26 pay periods a year.
Examples of the impact payroll deduction has over one year:
- $5 per pay period = $130
- $10 per pay period = $260
- $15 per pay period = $390
- $20 per pay period = $500
* Annual giving at this level ($500 or more) inducts you into the 500 Club, which includes special benefits. This club is exclusive to GRCC employees and retirees.
Start or increase your payroll deduction
One-time gifts are welcomed by check or credit card.
- Online – visit grcc.edu/Donate to make your gift by credit card or bank account.
- Checks – make out to GRCC Foundation and send to:
- GRCC Foundation
Re: Employee Giving Campaign
Custer Alumni House
143 Bostwick Ave NE
Grand Rapids, MI 49503
- GRCC Foundation
Why I give
“Students share their struggles: what it takes to just get to campus – the bus routes, the less-than-reliable car, child care and bosses that are not flexible with student schedules. I am proud to be able to give a little back to help those students succeed.” - Gary Ebels, Donor and Department Head, Criminal Justice
“The more opportunities our students have to be supported with scholarships and helped with other essential needs, the more likely we are to have successful students who accomplish their educational goals. Simply put: More successful students make things better for everyone who works at GRCC! My years here have been rewarding and satisfying. As such, it’s almost obligatory that I give back in as many ways as I can.” - Raynard Ross, Donor and Associate Dean,
Student Success and Retention
“GRCC is a great college for students to start their higher education. I would like to help them achieve that goal. I like
knowing that my donations ease students’ financial worries, allowing them to focus on their studies.” - Janice Holton, Donor and Veterans Benefit Coordinator
If you have questions, please contact the Foundation Office at (616) 234-3939. We’d be happy to assist you.