Exchange Bank has made a generous lead challenge gift of $100,000 to the SRJC 100th Anniversary Campaign. Four loyal supporters and community leaders have stepped forward early in the Campaign to meet the challenge: American AgCredit, Sarah and Darius Anderson, The Codding Foundation, and Clover Stornetta Farms. The Campaign announcement was made today at the 24th Annual President’s Address to the Community at Santa Rosa Junior College.
With a goal to raise $15 million over the next two years, SRJC 100th Anniversary Campaign Chairs Al Maggini and Pam Chanter will focus their fundraising efforts to financially assist students, provide funding for faculty development, purchase instructional equipment and other classrooms needs, and to grow the endowment.
Superintendent/President Dr. Chong expressed his gratitude to these remarkable leaders who have been an integral part of the College’s history. “SRJC would not be what it is today without these visionaries. The contributions of these influential individuals and organizations will make a bold impact on the future of our College, our students, and our entire region.”
Santa Rosa Junior College was established in 1918 and has since been home to approximately one million students. Santa Rosa Junior College is known for academic excellence, superb faculty and staff, comprehensive student services and beautiful facilities. This beloved community institution enrolls approximately 28,000 students each semester. SRJC is dedicated to making higher education accessible to all and removing barriers to students’ success.