Facebook Icon Google+ Icon YouTube Icon Twitter Icon
  • Donor-Dinner
  • The PCC Foundation
  • Annual Fundraisers

    The Pueblo Community College Foundation hosts several fundraising events throughout the year. In most cases, the proceeds support the mission of the Foundation, “to develop the means to supply necessary funding for college needs that are beyond the reach of annual state funds.  These include:  Scholarships, the purchase of new and replacement of obsolete instructional equipment, and operating expenses for new and expanding programs.”


    The Pueblo Hall of Fame

    The Pueblo Hall of Fame was established to honor those individuals who by their extraordinary efforts have contributed to the betterment or enhancement of Pueblo. Individuals in the community are encouraged to submit nominations.

    Each year, deceased persons may be selected by virtue of his or her historical contribution. In addition, one or more contemporary individuals may be honored.  The areas of endeavor for nominations may include, but are not limited to, education, business and labor, arts and humanities, philanthropy, government, law, science and technology, and health and human services. Persons elected to the Pueblo Hall of Fame need not have been born in Pueblo, or in the case of contemporary nominees, be current residents of the county of Pueblo. No disqualification or limitation for the nomination or election shall be imposed on the basis of gender, race, religion or national origin. Inductees will be selected in November of each year by a panel of Pueblo Community College Foundation trustees and community representatives.

    A banquet honoring the inductees will be held each year. A permanent record of the inductees will be on display at the Pueblo Community College, Fortino Ballroom.

    Nominations may be made from the community beginning in April of each year and must be received by the Pueblo Community College Foundation Office by October 30.

    Pueblo Hall of Fame Nomination Form 


    The Fremont Hall of Fame

    The Fremont Hall of Fame was established to honor those individuals who by their extraordinary efforts have contributed to the betterment or enhancement of Fremont and Custer counties. Individuals in the community are encouraged to submit nominations.

    Each year, deceased persons may be selected by virtue of his or her historical contribution.  In addition, one or more contemporary individuals may be honored. The areas of endeavor for nominations may include, but are not limited to, education, business and labor, arts and humanities, philanthropy, government, law, science and technology, and health and human services.

    Persons elected to the Fremont Hall of Fame need not have been born in Fremont or Custer counties, or in the case of contemporary nominees, be current residents of the county of Fremont or Custer. No disqualification or limitation for the nomination or election shall be imposed on the basis of gender, race, religion or national origin. Inductees will be selected in February of each year by a panel of Fremont Campus Advisory Council Members and the PCC Foundation and community representatives.

    A banquet honoring the inductees will be held each year. A permanent record of the inductees will be on display at the Fremont Campus Learning Resource Center.

    Nominations may be made from the community beginning in October of each year and must be received by the Dean of Fremont Campus by February 1.

    Fremont Hall of Fame Nomination Form


    The Pueblo Community College Foundation Golf Tournament

    The 25th Annual PCC Foundation Golf Tournament is scheduled for Friday, June 13, 2014, at Hollydot Golf Course, Colorado City, Colorado.
     
    More than 25 College programs and divisions will endorse themselves by hosting a hole or providing their services to the tourney. Their attendance greatly enhances the event. Golf players will truly enjoy learning about students’ educational and occupational goals



  • Supporter Highlights

    Each year, the PCC Foundation hosts the Donor Appreciation Dinner to express its gratitude to the generous contributors to our Foundation. A special part of the dinner program is the induction of new members into the President's Circle of Pueblo Community College. The honorees are presented with a Waterford crystal eagle which recognizes the spirit they have demonstrated through their substantial support in time and financial support to the PCC Foundation.

    In November 2013, we inducted Blackhills Energy, Jim Jatras, Margaret Lukas and Kaiser Permanente.