• mobile sign BCIT Foundation's
    Donor Recognition Program
    The BCIT Foundation appreciates the important financial support of regional businesses that help the school meet its expensive obligation of putting state-of-the-art technology in classrooms. The Foundation’s Donor Recognition Program offers advertising value as a fringe benefit of that charitable giving.
    The program offers high-visibility recognition on full-color banners hanging in gyms and at athletic fields, on a mobile sign displayed at no less than 15 well-attended events at each BCIT campus, and in the commencement programs distributed to more than 3,000 families. For one Premiere Sponsor at each campus, the Foundation will hang parking lot flags exclusively for that donor. Unlike single-event sponsorships, this recognition gets year-round attention from the many staff, students, and visitors who come to BCIT-Westampton and BCIT-Medford.
    Giving starts at $100 for game sponsorship during the Foundation’s twice-a-year Designer Bag Bingo fundraisers. Year-round recognition opportunities are available at $250, $500, $1,000 and $5,000.
    Check out the complete details or call Director Kathleen Wojdyla at (609) 267-4226, ext. 8335.
    BEST OF ALL, the Donor Recognition Program is a crucial part of BCIT Foundation’s fund-raising strategy. It complements our Fundraising Events and Major Gifts to support our mission. A few highlights of support provided by the Foundation includes:
    • $20,000 to jump start a literacy initiative that quickly helped students overcome reading challenges.
    • Two Anatomage Tables - a virtual reality teaching tool used by Sports Medicine and Allied Health programs.
    • A new, heavy-duty lift for the Heavy Equipment/Diesel Technology program at Westampton campus.
    • A wireless, HVAC/R testing package so students can learn to use the same tools as professionals in the field.
    • Laptop computers and a printer to accommodate higher enrollment in both the high school and adult Dental Occupations classes.
    • A simulator to teach students how to spray paint on cars in a way that's as engaging as a video game.
    • Equipment and competition fees for the Robotics Clubs at both campuses.
    • Post-high school scholarships to graduates who show academic excellence, co-curricular involvement, and community service leadership.
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