Your donation to support scholarships is making a big impact on the lives of FVCC students. Watch this powerful video to learn exactly how you are making a difference.
Festival of Flavors
The Festival of Flavors presents series of exciting dining events that take place across the Flathead Valley throughout the year. Now in its 11th year, the Festival of Flavors generates over $300,000 to provide scholarships for FVCC students. Last year almost 200 additional scholarships were awarded to students in need from the support from these events.
Bibler Home and Garden Strolls
Local residents and visitors to the Flathead Valley have the opportunity to experience acres of colorful annuals and perennials in full bloom highlighted by stunning views of the Flathead Valley. Guided tours of the gardens and the home’s exquisite collection of antiques, sculptures and heirloom Persian carpets are two hours in length. Proceeds will benefit Flathead Valley Community College student scholarships.
Day of Giving
The FVCC Foundation is proud to be part of the Whitefish Community Foundation’s Giving Tuesday: Day of Giving & Unity. This 28-hour event begins at 8 a.m. on Tuesday, May 5 and ends at 12 p.m. on Wednesday, May 6. By designating your gift to the FVCC Foundation, you are supporting students who are experiencing financial hardship as a result of COVID-19. All Giving Tuesday gifts to the FVCC Foundation will benefit the FVCC Student Emergency Fund, helping students pay for basic necessities such as rent, groceries, medicine and course materials. Donate between 8 a.m. on May 5 and 12 p.m. on May 6. Thank you for your generosity!
Get your FVCC license plates!
The license plate is available through the Montana Department of Justice Motor Vehicle Division and can be requested when registering a new vehicle or renewing an existing registration. The initial cost of obtaining the FVCC license plate is $40, with $30 donated to the Foundation at FVCC. The cost to renew the plate is $30 annually, with 100 percent of the renewal fee going to the foundation.
Founded in 1976, the Foundation was established to support scholarships, programs and learning facilities at Flathead Valley Community College.
For 50 years, FVCC has been a place for learning, innovation and creativity to improve and advance the communities we serve. We remain grateful for the culture of generosity and collaboration that has brought us to this day. Timing has never been better to take the next steps to strengthen the college experience for students and community members alike. We invite you to consider the exciting projects in this campaign to accelerate FVCC into the future.
– President Jane Karas