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Corporation and Organization Giving Opportunities

Contact

To discuss a giving
opportunity, please use our online form or contact:

Kristen Davis
Annual Giving and Alumni Relations Manager,
CLC Foundation
kdavis4@clcillinois.edu
(847) 543-2400


Do you hire CLC graduates?

We want to honor and recognize your support of CLC alumni. Contact us for more information.


Recognition for Your Generous Contribution

Giving Circles help to foster our tradition of philanthropy by honoring our most generous donors and loyal supporters. Learn more about giving circles and their benefits.

Create a Custom Scholarship or Matching Gift Challenge

Your generous donation to support scholarships will help students achieve their dreams.

Consider adding an internship for an even greater return on investment!

Sponsor a CLC Fundraiser Event

Become a sponsor for our annual Golf Classic and Gala fundraiser events to support CLC Foundation Scholarships and Grants Fund.

All sponsor levels include recognition in event presentation and annual report.

Donate Equipment and Supplies

Donate vital equipment or supplies by making a non-cash/gift in-kind supporting the academic experience: Student using a printer in CLC's laser/photonics/options program.

  • A gift in-kind, or non-cash donation, is the charitable giving of goods and/or services. (Right: Example of in-kind gift is a printer used in CLC's laser/photonics/optics program.)
  • Gifts may be for a CLC Foundation fundraising effort, such as an event auction. Examples of in-kind goods are tickets to sporting events or attractions, gift cards/certificates, jewelry, artwork or other products.
  • These gifts also may be donated for educational purposes if the gift advances our mission. Examples include books, musical or lab equipment, technical machinery and program supplies.

Join a Career Advisory Committee

Share your knowledge by serving as an industry expert on a Career Advisory Committee. Career Advisory Committees help the college ensure that curriculum meets your workforce needs by providing curriculum review feedback; occupational skill standards; industry certifications; new technologies, methods and practices; and professional development opportunities for faculty and students.

Learn more about Career Advisory Committees



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