What is the Annual Fund?
The annual fund, also known as the general fund, is the nucleus of the giving program at Clearwater Christian College. This fund
enables us to fulfill the college's commitment to fiscally sound operations. We count on contributions to our annual fund to help
us deliver excellence, particularly in three areas: scholarships for needy students, quality facilities, and an excellent faculty.
We provide quality education to each student God brings to us. As many know, there is a gap between what each student pays and the
actual cost of the educational experience. The annual fund seeks to bridge that gap allowing the college to meet its financial
obligations and to serve our students effectively. This effort requires us to invest in their lives by raising approximately
$1,000 for each student who enrolls in CCC. We must raise the needed funds through gifts and events in order to accomplish
what God has given us to do.
How are the Annual Fund gifts used?
Gifts given to the annual fund enable us to provide the scholarships to truly needy students, many of whom are from families in full
time ministry. Our faculty need the best tools to provide quality education and discipleship. Our commitment to excellence in
our facilities requires that we provide a safe, healthy, pleasant environment for these young men and women. The facilities are
the "discipleship centers" where lifelong relationships are built and the passion grows for future ministry.
Your help is needed.
But we cannot do this alone. The impact of your gift cannot be measured in dollars; its dividends directly impact the hearts,
minds, and lives of each Clearwater student. Please help us make a difference in the lives of the students as they go out
from Clearwater Christian College and impact eternity. For further assistance, contact Ben Puckett at 727-726-1153 ext. 638 or
by email at email@example.com.
"My wife and I support Clearwater Christian College because of the impact the school has had on so many thousands of students. With
the costs of higher education continuing to rise, it has never been more urgent for those who are able to give to do just that.
Every gift-great or small-reduces the burden on the current generation of young men and women pursuing their calling in life.
We encourage you to follow us in giving what you are able to give."
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