Help the Mark F. and Tiffany T. McVeety Student Fund 1 reach its goal

Have you been wanting to donate to the Mark F. and Tiffany T. McVeety Student Fund 1?

Now is the time to do it!

The fund is now up to $23,739, just $1,261 short of the $25,000 goal for the fund to become an endowment and provide assistance to students in perpetuity.

John Backes, former Shoreline Community College Faculty and VP of Academic and Student Affairs and former Board Member of Shoreline Community College Foundation, has offered a match of your donations of up to $500 to help push this fund to $25,000 this month.

You can make your donation to the McVeety Student Fund with a credit card over the phone to the Foundation office at 206-533-6783 or write a check to the Shoreline Community College Foundation and put “McVeety Student Fund” in the memo of the check. The Foundation is located in the Admin Building and the address is: 16101 Greenwood Avenue North, Room #1005, Shoreline, WA 98133. Your gift is 100% tax deductible. The Foundation’s non-profit tax ID # is: 91-1265475.

Mark McVeety was a faculty member and liaison to the City of Shoreline and former President of the Shoreline Community College Foundation. Mark passed away just this past December from a life threatening illness. The Mark F. and Tiffany T. McVeety Student Fund 1 was established by Mark and Tiffany before Mark passed for the purpose of assisting students who experience a serious illness and have to drop out of school losing cost of tuition, books and parking. This fund will make it possible for the student(s) to return to Shoreline Community College when they are able without the worry of tuition, books and parking expenses.

Make a difference in the life of a student experiencing health issues and make a donation in the memory of Mark McVeety to the Mark F. and Tiffany T McVeety Student Fund 1. You will be helping their dream of making this an endowment come true.

Thank you,

Mary Brueggeman, Vice President
Office of Advancement
Executive Director
Shoreline Community College Foundation

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