Your Gift, Your Impact

CCBC employees have had a long tradition of generously giving to help improve the lives of our students through our annual Employee Giving Campaign.

As an integral member of the CCBC faculty or staff, our employees play an important part in our mission, and we are grateful to each of them for extending that reach to include donating to a scholarship or program.  

Our campaign theme, Your Gift, Your Impact, celebrates our collective efforts to change students’ lives and enhance our academic programs. No matter the amount, gifts from CCBC employees help make a real difference in the lives of hundreds of CCBC students every day. Every gift impacts a life, and every gift creates a brighter future. 

Thanks to the generosity of our employees, in FY22, the CCBC Foundation – with the support of many – was able to provide nearly 700 students with a scholarship and distribute over $109,000 in emergency assistance funds. 

Funding to CCBC’s Employee Giving Campaign:

  • Increases scholarship opportunities for students.
  • Help raise critical funds for student emergencies such as housing assistance, childcare, transportation, and more.
  • Strengthens academic programs and professional development for faculty and staff.
Make a gift today because when we give together, we achieve more, and we change the world.

Student Emergency Assistance Fund

Used to provide financial support to CCBC students who are experiencing financial hardships or unexpected emergency situations related to housing, transportation, tuition, books, fees, food and other basic needs. This fund honors the work of former CCBC dean of College life, Caroline Scott.

Sandra L. Kurtinitis President's Innovation Fund

Honors the vision and passion of CCBC President Dr. Sandra Kurtinitis’ more than five decades of leadership and commitment to the community college mission. The fund supports the growth of creative ideas at CCBC that enrich student learning and empowers faculty and staff to develop promising new programs that strengthen or seed ideas for student access and success. Gifts of $2500 or more (individually or collectively) will be matched by the Francis X. Kelly Challenge.

Tanya Jones Memorial Scholarship Fund

Established to honor the life and legacy of former CCBC Dundalk Campus Director, Tanya Jones. This fund supports a scholarship to a CCBC student who is involved in community service.

CCBC Impact Fund

Used to provide assistance for student support, faculty, staff support, research, books, collections and supplies, technology upgrades or where current (often time sensitive) needs are greatest.  

Totals raised in 2022 by campus

Catonsville: $56,290
Dundalk: $40,332
Essex: $58,898
Owings Mills & Randallstown: $2,842

Overall total: $158,362