The Atlantic Cape Community College Foundation, Inc.
Fundraising and Outreach Efforts:
As part of its fundraising and outreach efforts, the Atlantic Cape Foundation sponsors special events throughout the year to which the public is invited. Some activities sponsored by the Foundation include:
Atlantic Cape Community College Restaurant Gala
This black-tie event held each spring in Atlantic City draws an average attendance of 1,000 including area businessmen and women, community leaders, local dignitaries, casino executives and those who simply like to be where the action is. The mission of the Gala? To raise scholarship dollars for students of the Academy of Culinary Arts located on Atlantic Cape’s Mays Landing Campus.
Sponsorship opportunities for the Gala exist for companies aiming to promote their products and services to an influential, in-tune audience. Sponsors play an integral part of this high-profile, black-tie event gaining networking opportunities with prospective clients while giving back to the community. Sponsors experience an evening of memorable dining and community service by giving the gift of a college education to students in financial need. Numerous sponsorship opportunities are available. For more information email Maria Kellett, or call (609) 463-3670.
Hosted by Cape May National Golf Club, the Atlantic Cape Community College Scramble 'Fore' Golf Tournament has raised more than $100,000 in scholarships for students of Atlantic Cape Community College. The 2014 Tournament raised approximately $21,000 for student aid at Atlantic Cape and drew more than 100 players. For more information email Maria Kellett, or call (609) 463-3670.
Dr. Marty Marino Fund
On Tuesday, September 15, 2015, Atlantic Cape Community College lost an esteemed faculty member, colleague and friend, Dr. Martin “Marty” Marino.
The faculty of the Social Science Department at Atlantic Cape Community College
is establishing an endowment (legacy gift) with Atlantic Cape’s Foundation in memory of Dr. Martin “Marty” Marino. This endowment would be for the purpose of offering a scholarship to a student who is majoring in psychology.