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The East Central College Foundation was established to support the growth and development of East Central College in whatever ways might be beneficial to our students, our staff and our facility. It solicits and receives tax deductible gifts which are managed for the benefit of the college and its students. It is chartered as a non-profit 501 (c)3 organization for educational purposes.

The ECC Foundation Board of Directors is composed of individuals from local businesses, professions and community services. Meetings are held quarterly to conduct business and review programs. Directors take an active role in fundraising and membership activities, finance and investment planning and supervision of planned gifts and endowments.

The Foundation encourages charitable giving by the private sector. The primary focus has been to raise scholarship dollars to provide financial assistance to the many talented and needy students in the ECC college district. In 2004, the ECC Foundation launched its ongoing Legacy of Hope and Opportunity capital campaign to establish a permanent scholarship endowment for ECC students. Gifts in support of that effort are encouraged by individuals and area businesses.

Should you want to make a contribution, endow a scholarship, attend any of the Foundation events or have any questions, please contact the Foundation office.

East Central College Foundation
P.O. Box 387
Union, Missouri 63084

Phone: (636) 584-6506



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2010-2011 Annual Scholarship Reception

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