How Can I Support CWC Jackson?


Community Foundation of Jackson Hole Scholarship Fund CWC Jackson has been granted money from the Community Foundation of Jackson Hole to award as scholarships. There is the potential to raise an additional $7000 with the help of a matching donation from the Community Foundation. When CWC Jackson raises $3500 then the Community Foundation of Jackson Hole will match those funds and we will have an additional $7000 to distribute as scholarships for students. These funds will pay for student’s tuition, course fees, or course materials like books and calculators. Contact Susan Thulin to find out how to contribute to this fund. 307-200-6150.


Si Puedo literally translates to “yes you can”. That phrase embodies the vision behind the Si Puedo scholarship endowment fund. The Central Wyoming College Foundation has been given a special opportunity by the State of Wyoming’s Endowment Challenge program. Your initial gift will be doubled giving you a great opportunity to maximize the impact of your gift.  This scholarship is available to first and second generation Latino students at CWC Jackson who are in good academic standing. To donate, visit the CWC Foundation website or call the CWC Foundation at 307-855-2254. If donating online be sure to specify at checkout that you wish for your donation to go to the Si Puedo Scholarship fund.


Old Bill’s Fun Run for Charities  Donating to CWC Jackson through the Old Bills Fun Run is one of the best ways to get most out of your donation. All donations made through Old Bill’s are matched by challenge grants up to $25,000. All money collected beyond that amount still goes directly to CWC Jackson so don’t be afraid of giving too much. Money raised through Old Bill’s Fun Run is used to directly support CWC Jackson student scholarships and faculty development. To donate online visit the Old Bill's Fun Run online donation website. Contributions can also be made by sending money with an official donor form available at the Jackson office directly to the Community Foundation of Jackson Hole

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