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For the third year, Fresno City College will participate in the #GivingTuesday fundraising campaign that will benefit the Ram Pantry and the Student Emergency Fund. This year the goal is to raise $40,000!
Food insecurity is defined as having limited access to adequate food, or not knowing where your next meal will come from. Currently, Fresno is the 5th most food insecure metropolitan city in the US. Nearly 25% of city residents are unable to consistently put food on their table. Over 11,000 children struggle with hunger daily (Food Research and Action Center).
The Ram Pantry has helped to addressed the food insecurity issue among students since opening in 2015. During the 2019 -2020 academic year over 150,000 student visits have occurred so far, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Student Emergency Fund was set-up due to the needs of students who have experienced hardships such as job loss, COVID illness or lost their home due to the Creek Fire in September.
This year we are happy to announce there are two matching gift donations! Gina Cuttone, State Center Community College Foundation Board President and Shawn Patty will match $2500.000 to the campaign, when Fresno City College raises the first $2500.00. Chris Morse, SCCCF Treasurer and his wife Michelle will provide an additional $5000 matching gift to this year's campaign once $5000 is raised! In addition, Integrated Prescription Management (IPM) will also match $5,000 for the FCC campaign! We appreciate these generous matching donations!
Please help us reach our goal so that more students are served!
In 2019, we were energized and encouraged by the community’s generosity with over $43,000 raised! With your help and support we know we can meet this year’s goal! Text GORAMS to make your donation now!