As 2022 draws to a close, we are focusing on the opportunities that 2023 will present to our school, our students, and our community. We expect to fund more than $200,000 in scholarships and to continue our enhancements of the campus, but we can’t do it without your support. No gift is too large or too small. Every contribution creates another opportunity for students like Kathia to excel and achieve their academic and career goals.
Sponsor the Annual Golf Classic
Fox Run Golf Club - Johnstown - May 25th, 2023
Thank you for your support of the Annual Golf Classic
THE MAJOR GOLF CLASSIC SPONSOR
THE GOLF CLASSIC SPONSOR
THE CLUBHOUSE SPONSOR
THE LUNCH SPONSOR
(on the turn)
THE APPAREL SPONSOR
$ 1,000 LEVEL
THE COCKTAIL SPONSOR
$ 750 LEVEL
THE REFRESHMENT CART SPONSOR
$ 600 LEVEL
THE CHIPPING CONTEST SPONSOR
HOLE & TEE SPONSORS
$ 250 LEVEL
Building the Future
Giving Tuesday | At FM Foundation, we’re grateful for all that you’ve done to help build community and support progress at Fulton-Montgomery Community College. Whether you offered your time, talent, or gifts, your contributions have empowered our faculty, staff, and our diverse student population.
This year marks our fifteenth celebration of inspiring FMCC graduates, and we’re delighted to announce that Joel Bien-Aime and Geoffrey W. Peck will be receiving the 2022 Distinguished Alumni Awards.
In 2015, Frances Allen, a longtime supporter of the school, left a $2 million bequest to FM Foundation, the largest unrestricted donation the foundation has ever received. Part of the bequest was applied to the construction of the Allen House, which houses the office of the president of FMCC, the Salmon Board Room, Frasier Event Room, Winsman Library, a serving kitchen, and an entertaining space.
Support the FM Foundation by bidding on tickets to the Elton John Farewell Yellow brick Road - The Final Tour Concert in Syracuse this September. Your donation helps the foundation provide the many projects that help make FMCC great!
The terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 were intended to inspire fear and to demoralize Americans. However, more than twenty years later, we remember heroism and selflessness, inspiration, and cooperation – not fear.