VC Foundation receives $20,000 grant
Funds will be used towards VC's Master Plan efforts
VICTORIA, Texas – The Victoria College Foundation was granted $20,000 from Victoria Electric Cooperative and the CoBank Sharing Success program. The funds will be used toward VC’s Master Plan efforts.
VC Foundation received a $10,000 community grant from Victoria Electric Cooperative. It also received a matching $10,000 from the CoBank Sharing Success program.
“Victoria Electric Cooperative has long been one of Victoria College’s integral partners, and VC would like to thank VEC and the CoBank Sharing Success program for their generous gift,” said VC President Jennifer Kent.
CoBank’s Sharing Success program doubles the contributions of its customers to the charitable organizations and causes they care about most. The program was established in 2012 and has contributed $56 million in combined donations.
“Victoria College has been and continues to be the educational avenue that transforms career dreams to reality,” said Blaine Warzecha, VEC general manager. “Every student’s achievement is a success for the communities where we live and work. VEC is committed to enhancing our region and pleased to invest in VC’s Master Plan.”
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