KVCC Foundation Online Giving
Your support will make a difference!
Making a contribution to the KVCC Foundation is quick, easy, and safe.
PayPal allows you to securely use your credit card or checking account to make an online contribution. A PayPal account is not required.
If you have any questions please contact Michelle Webb at 207-453-5020 or foundation
To designate your contribution to a specific scholarship or program fund or to indicate that your gift is a memorial or honorary donation please click on the Please designate my contribution as: link within the PayPal transaction to record your gift designation note to the Foundation.
The KVCC Foundation is deeply saddened by the loss of Richard "Dick" Kelso on April 12, 2014.
Wholeheartedly believing in the mission of the community college system, Dick was instrumental to the development of the Kennebec Valley Community College Foundation. Dick served as an inaugural KVCC Foundation Trustee and the Foundation’s first President. With a large vision, but limited resources, Dick led the Foundation through its early years of establishing educational opportunities for students. Since 1991, the Foundation has focused on providing support for the College and the students served. It now manages a portfolio of funds dedicated to student scholarships, program technology and equipment, and student support services. Charitable scholarship contributions can be made in memory of Dick's many years of service and dedication to the Kennebec Valley Community College Foundation.
Alfond Childcare Scholarship Recipient:
"I am enrolled in the nursing program at Kennebec Valley Community College. I plan to continue my education an obtain a bachelor's degree and even go further to get a master's degree with my focus being in midwifery. My passion is women's health and maternity. Thank you for your support. Because of your generosity, a person is being transformed into a competent and capable healthcare professional."
Central Maine Power Scholarship:
"I am currently a student in the Electrical Lineworker Program. I am very excited to start the great career path I have chosen for myself. I hope to stay in Maine and give back to my community by providing high quality electrical line services for residents. Going to school full-time and also working full-time can be challenging. Thank you for your generosity and support, the scholarship has helped me to become an even better student."
Earl Smith Book Fund Recipient:
"I am enrolled in the KVCC Mental Health Program. I have worked in the mental health field going on five years now. I thoroughly enjoy working with clients and watching them become mentally healthy. Knowing that I have helped someone achieve that brings me great satisfaction. In the future I hope to work with rehabilitating children in the juvenile system. This is just the beginning of my educational journey. It is because of your generous help that I will be able to continue with my education and focus on my studies. Thank you again for giving me the opportunity to achieve my goals."