Brunswick Community College Foundation
The Brunswick Community College Foundation, organized in 1982, is a charitable organization 501(c)(3) instituted to enhance the mission of Brunswick Community College to a level of excellence and purpose for students and the community. The Foundation is a vital resource for the acceptance and solicitation of all gifts for the support of education and the continued growth and progress of Brunswick Community College. The Foundation enables the college to meet a number of diverse needs that could not be achieved solely with state funding.
The primary focus is to provide scholarship support. The Foundation, through the approval of the Board, may also grant funds for faculty members in the field of professional development or sponsor a variety of lecture programs and cultural events.
9/11 Survivor JOE DITTMAR speaks at Brunswick Community College Event
The Foundation of Brunswick Community College is pleased to invite community members to attend its annual Community Breakfast on Thursday, April 10th, 2014 at 8:00am. This year’s breakfast will feature World Trade Center attack survivor Joe Dittmar, who will give a first-hand account of his experiences as he and his colleagues escaped from the upper floors of one of the World Trade Center towers hit by a terrorist-hijacked plane on September 11th, 2001. His lecture, entitled “The Victory of the Human Spirit,” will highlight the events, memories, and lessons learned on the day of the attacks and the days after.