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The Hudson County Community College Foundation was started in 1997 to develop a community of supporters who would assist all Hudson County residents in obtaining a college education, and to provide the College with seed money for its development.
Thanks to the diligence of our Board of Directors and the generosity of our benefactors, the HCCC Foundation has provided more than 1,000 students with scholarships since its founding. Additionally, many of the development programs for the College’s faculty and staff are funded solely — or in part — by the Foundation, which has also contributed to the College’s incredible physical expansion.
The Foundation’s operations are overseen by the College’s Vice President for Development under the administration of the Foundation’s Board of Directors, who give generously of their time, talents and resources.
Each year, there are several opportunities for individuals, businesses and organizations to participate in Foundation fundraising activities. The Board of Directors plan and hold four major annual fundraisers and there are also opportunities for donors to contribute to special projects and events.
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As a 501 (c) 3 corporation, the Hudson County Community College Foundation provides tax-exempt status to contributions.
Hudson County Community College
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Jersey City, NJ 07306 (201) 360-4069