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CRC Office of Philanthropy

CRC Department Fundraising

CRC Department Fundraising

To serve the needs of faculty, staff and students, the CRC Office of Philanthropy (CRCOP) has resources to help fill the gaps in funding needs. Partnering with CRCOP allows you to explore ways we can work together to bring much needed funds to your department to enhance the learning experience for your students. 

CRC Fund Mini Grant Program: 

The CRC Office of Philanthropy (CRCOP) provides monies for projects not funded through the normal budget cycle. Funding for this grant opportunity comes from donations to the Annual Fund and fundraising events. The mini-grants are intended to provide an opportunity for support of special projects that directly improve student success or teaching and learning effectiveness.  All Cosumnes River College faculty, staff, and management are eligible to apply for CRCOP support during the open application period. 

Department Fundraising

Fundraising is an important and integral part of the activities at our colleges at almost every level – at the Los Rios Foundation, the education departments of the Colleges, and the sports teams. Students, faculty, staff, and departments all play an important role in the relationship with our donors. When we all work together, we maximize the results for all of us at the colleges, and provide opportunities for people in the community to engage in meaningful ways with the Los Rios Community College District.

Flipcause

Use the power of your personal network and the many program supporters you know to donate and help fundraise through Flipcause, a website that collects the funds via a credit/debit card allowing the funds to be deposited into your departmental account. In addition, Flipcause allows your students and supporters to become a fundraiser allowing them to ask their friends for support. Click here for an example of a Flipcause campaign (NOTE: This is not an active campaign at this time; it is for informational purposes). Click here to request a Flipcause campaign.