The Raritan Valley Community College (RVCC) Foundation will hold its 12th Annual Golf Classic fundraiser on Monday, July 13, at the Stanton Ridge Golf and Country Club in Whitehouse Station. Provident Bank is providing major funding as the Links Sponsor for the event.
The annual Golf Classic is the RVCC Foundation’s largest fundraising event. Proceeds raised from the golf outing and the live and silent auction will support scholarships, science and technology programs, the College’s chapter of the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society, enrichment grants for students, and professional development grants for faculty. Since its inception, the golf event has raised more than $1 million to support student scholarships and educational programs at the College.
Other key sponsors for the 2015 Golf Classic include: Automated Logic Corporation; Benjamin R. Harvey Construction; Bohler Engineering; Campus EAI Consortium; Chubb & Son; DS&D Furniture; DiFrancesco, Bateman, Coley, Yospin, Kunzman, Davis, Lehrer & Flaum, P.C.; Global Electric Services; Gillen & Johnson, P.A.; Greco-Nader Associates; Hunterdon Medical Center Foundation; Instrument Sciences & Technologies; JK Design; New Jersey Risk Managers & Consultants; Northeast Energy Systems; PSEG; Pave-Rite, Inc.; Preferred Client Group; Suplee, Clooney & Company; Tele-Measurements Inc.; United Business Systems; US Security Associates; and Van Cleef Engineering Associates. Flemington Furs and Williams Harley-Davidson are Hole-in-one sponsors.
Sponsorship opportunities are still available and range from $250 (tee-sign) to $10,000 (title sponsor). Journal ads range from $125 to $500. The RVCC Foundation also welcomes silent auction items such as tickets to sports events and theatre shows, jewelry, restaurant certificates, gift baskets and more.
The RVCC Foundation is the fundraising arm of Raritan Valley Community College. It provides the resources that enable the College to enhance its programs beyond public and tuition sources and to maintain its standing as a premier academic institution and one of the most important sources of culture and continuing education in Somerset and Hunterdon counties.