Sign In | Create an Account | Welcome, . My Account | Logout | Subscribe | Submit News | Staff Contacts | Home RSS
 
 
 

Korean War Veterans present $1,000 for annual scholarship

May 4, 2018
Cape Coral Daily Breeze

Members of Cape Coral's Korean War Veterans Association of Southwest Florida Chapter 155 proudly presented Florida SouthWestern State College a $1,000 check to the FSW Foundation for veteran scholarships.

"We strongly believe in the importance of educational opportunities for veterans so they can pursue careers that in turn benefit our community," said Bob Kent, treasurer for KWVA Chapter 155. "We created the endowment to help our fellow veterans. It will be on record long after we're all gone."

"The KWVA is a group of exceptional gentlemen who are inspiring to all of us. They have served our country with honor and distinction, and they are wanting to help our veteran students realize their career dreams," said Susie DeSantis, executive director of the FSW Foundation. "We greatly appreciate their generosity and how this will positively impact students."

Article Photos

Photo courtesy FSW
 
FSW Foundation Executive Director Susie DeSantis (center) accepts a $1,000 check from KWVA to help the college’s veteran students. 

The Florida SouthWestern State College Foundation currently has professionally managed endowments and other funds approaching $45 million that allow it to support the work of the college. The Foundation provides nearly $2 million annually in student scholarships and investments in programs, technology and facilities to benefit the nearly 22,000 students the college serves each year. To underwrite and expand the mission of the college, the FSW Foundation continues to attract contributions from individuals, organizations, businesses and private foundations. As a non-profit, 501 (c) 3 tax-exempt organization with 50 years of successful operating experience, the FSW Foundation offers the opportunity to establish endowed funds which ensure the impact of a donor's contribution lives on in perpetuity.

More information is available online at FSW.edu/foundation; email: foundation@fsw.edu and by calling 239-489-9201.

 
 
 

 

I am looking for:
in:
News, Blogs & Events Web