WVC Athletics Giving Week raises money for student athletes Nov. 14-18
November 14, 2022
Lance LaVetter, athletics director, 509-682-6771
Maria Adams, volleyball head coach/outreach & marketing specialist, firstname.lastname@example.org, 509-682-6885
Libby Siebens, community relations executive director, 509-682-6436
Wenatchee Valley College Athletic Department and the WVC Foundation are partnering for a virtual Athletics Giving Week Nov. 14-18.
The goals of the week are to raise awareness about WVC athletics and to raise funds for student athletes. Donations will go to support student athlete scholarships and help cover travel and food costs for athletics teams. Donations can be made on the fundraising page.
Per state guidelines, community college athletes can receive maximum scholarship funding up to 65% of the cost of tuition. Only about 30% receive the maximum amount. Funds from the giving week will go to support those who have not received the full amount.
Team travel costs are on the rise. When teams qualify for post-season play, travel costs must be covered through fundraising and donations.
As food costs increase, donations can help reduce out-of-pocket expenses for students, ensuring they have access to proper nutrition on and off the road.
To learn more about WVC athletics and view teams, schedules and more, visit gowvc.com.
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