The Foundation for State Technical College of Missouri has received a $70,000 donation from Central Bank toward the Investing in Tomorrow’s Eagles major gifts campaign.
“We are fortunate to have the support of donors like Central Bank,” said State Tech President Donald Claycomb. “Central Bank’s generosity helps students realize their dreams of becoming highly skilled technicians.”
The five-year pledge is an unrestricted gift to be used by State Technical College of Missouri in support of its campaign objectives. “An unrestricted gift allows the college to direct funds to areas of greatest need,” said Scott Peters, Executive Director of the State Tech Foundation.
Peters stated that for the purposes of the campaign, unrestricted funds allow for the expansion of college facilities, the enhancement of academic programs and the establishment of a strong endowment to provide for students in financial need.”
The Investing in Tomorrow’s Eagles campaign is the first and largest fundraising campaign in the 55-year history of the college. To learn more, visit www.giving.statetechmo.edu
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