HCC Foundation

The Highland Community College Foundation is authorized to formally accept and acknowledge gifts for IRS purposes on behalf of the College. The HCC Foundation is a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) nonprofit, non-stock corporation.

Purpose

The Highland Community College Foundation was established in 1987 to assist the College in performing its mission; to receive and administer private gifts, bequests, and donations to benefit Highland's students; and to enhance the quality of teaching and learning at the College. Gifts to the Foundation support scholarships, program development, and capital projects not funded through traditional sources. At the same time, the Foundation provides assistance to donors through a comprehensive program of tax-wise gift alternatives through planned giving.

Mission

The mission of the Highland Community College Foundation is to secure and grow financial resources to support Highland Community College.

Vision

The HCC Foundation will increase its assets by cultivating relationships in the College's nine-county service area and with alumni and friends around the world.

Contact

Prospective donors are encouraged to contact Keith Jaloma, Executive Director of the HCC Foundation, at kjaloma@highlandcc.edu.  
O: 785-442-6065      C: 816-872-8729      F: 785-442-6107

Board of Directors

  • Gene Bauer, President
  • Steven Reichle '70 Vice President
  • Ted Collins '72 Secretary/Treasurer
  • David Holthaus '70
  • Mike Hundley '74 
  • Cynthia Jacobson
  • Shawn Loyd '77
  • Lisa Ward '89
  • Ed Webb '69
  • Kim Gormley White '94
  • Brian Wozniak '94
  • Ex-Officio David Reist, HCC President
  • Ex-Officio Keith Jaloma, Executive Director, HCC Foundation
  • Trustee Liaison Tom Smith '64
  • Alumni Liaison Paul Crawford '70

 

Louise Regenstein '70

Louise Regenstein '70 has stepped down from the HCC Foundation Board after serving eight years and helping to lead the Foundation to its highest fundraising year ever and the most engaged board.  Louise received a framed photo of Irvin Hall and a commemorative framed certificate acknowledging her time on the Board.  We are grateful to Louise for her leadership and support. 

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