"Keeping Pace with the World...
Partnering for a Better Tomorrow"
When you make a tax deductible gift of cash to the permanent endowment of the Western Wyoming College Foundation, your donations will support:
New equipment and technology, allow for expanded academic programs, increase community wellness offerings, and facilitate bringing in visiting professors, artists or technical experts.
Workforce development and customized training.
Scholarships, grants, student support and activities.
Professional development programs for area businesses and College employees, providing growth opportunities for today's workers, and tomorrow's leaders.
Donations of $1,000 or more will be recognized on the WWCC Donor Wall.
The Western Wyoming College Foundation was established in 1968 to ensure the continuing growth, stability, and future of the educational goals of Western Wyoming Community College. The Foundation was created to accept
and acknowledge philanthropic contributions to the College from individuals, businesses and foundations. It is through these additional sources of income that Western Wyoming Community College is able to continue to
provide an excellent level of education to the communities it serves.
Western Wyoming College Foundation is a nonprofit organization chartered in the State of Wyoming and is exempt from income tax under Section 501(c)(3) of the United States Internal Revenue Code. Donations to the
Foundation qualify as charitable contributions to the fullest extent of current laws.
Donations to the College in the form of a check can be made out to:
WWC Foundation, P.O. Box 428, Rock Springs, WY 82902
Donations can be designated in one of two ways:
Gifts may be made to Western Wyoming College Foundation with no restrictions as to their use. Unrestricted gifts will be used where the College’s needs are the greatest as determined by the College and reviewed by the
Western Wyoming College Foundation Board.
Although unrestricted gifts provide the greatest flexibility to the College in carrying out its mission, a preference may be expressed for designated areas of interest. The Gifts for the Future initiatives are: 1)
Excellence in Learning, 2) Excellence in Student Support and Activities, and 3) Excellence in Employee Support. Other specific areas of interest by the donor may be used as designated, to the extent possible and
Inquiries or questions about the Western Wyoming College Foundation may be directed to David Tate, Development Officer, at (307) 382-1882.