Community College of Denver Foundation

The Community College of Denver (CCD) Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization focused on developing resources to benefit CCD and its students through partnerships with businesses, foundations and individuals in the Metro-Denver area. Through scholarships to students, programmatic and faculty support, and capital enhancements, the Foundation invests in deserving CCD students-ensuring they have access to a high quality, relevant education.

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General Information

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Official Name
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Acronym
CCD Foundation
Date Established
2011
Offers Additional Colorado State Tax Credit
EZ Tax Credit
Tax ID
45-3784543
Addresses
Headquarters Address
Community College of Denver Foundation
1111 West Colfax Avenue
Denver, CO 80204
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Other Phone Number
303.352.3121
Web/Email
Email
dwight.clasby@ccd.edu
Website
www.ccd-foundation.org
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Mission Statement

The CCD Foundation exists to support the Community College of Denver and our students by increasing resources from the community to make college more affordable and achievable.

Organization History

The CCD Foundation was established to serve a diverse student population. Their need for financial assistance is best explained by their collective statistics. 74% of CCD students are attending college part time while working to financially support themselves and their families. 69% of CCD students are Pell Grant eligible, a common measure of financial need. 58% of our students are the first generation in their family to attend college. CCD is where the American Dream is realized every day and the CCD Foundation is there to assist.

Testimonials

"Being a college student has not been the easiest on my finances, but I managed to make it all the way through my associate degree program without taking out loans because of scholarships."
-Jamie Ridener

"Scholarships are helping me get closer to earning my bachelors degree and fulfill my calling to work with children."
-Michael Medina

"Being awarded scholarships helped me immensely so it was not necessary for me to take out any loans which was a relief."
-Joe Sawaged

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