Pauline Deck, Case Doelman, and Dan O'Neill
PEO Organization, Chapter FW
Providence St. Peter Foundation
Rachel Joanne Weiner Memorial Trust
The Rachel Joanne Weiner Memorial Trust was established by an anonymous donor in honor of SPSCC faculty member Nancy Miller and her deep dedication to her students and chosen field. Nancy was given the choice to spend the money as she saw fit, so she established the Rachel Joanne Weiner Memorial Scholarship in honor of her daughter who died of a drug overdose at the age of 20, just nine days shy of her 21st birthday. Rachel was a community college student, a voracious reader and writer, and a deeply spiritual being, whose love of life, people and animals shone forth like a beacon. She always stood ready to help anyone who was having a problem, giving of herself in any way she could. Rachel struggled for years to beat her addiction, signing herself into rehab centers on her own many times. She ultimately failed to overcome it one wintry Christmas night in 2008. The criteria for eligibility is any student who has experienced an overwhelming obstacle or challenge in life, and who has been able to overcome it.
Rick Arnold and Family
Rotary Club of West Olympia
Ruth Evans Murphy Charitable Trust
Sandra and Ken Thomas
Skip and Gloria Strait
Soroptimist International of Olympia
South Bay Volunteer Figherfighters' Association, URS Corporation, and Friends and Family of Greg Thompson
South Puget Sound Federation of Teachers
SPSCC Faculty and Staff
The mission of the SPSCC Foundation is to enhance educational quality and accessibility at the college by building community awareness and by soliciting financial and in-kind support for the institution. The Foundation receives private gifts, bequests, and donations made to benefit the college for the encouragement and support of its students, faculty, and administration, and to promote the college within the community.