Employee Campaign

Celebrating 50 Years: 2016 DMACC Employee Charitable Giving Campaign

Gifts to the DMACC Foundation by DMACC faculty and staff demonstrate a culture of giving that says that you believe so strongly in what happens at DMACC that you are willing to support it above and beyond your everyday work by making a gift. 

We invite you to celebrate our 50th anniversary and consider making a gift through the DMACC Employee Charitable Giving Campaign to raise scholarships, support programs, and fund areas of greatest need.

The Campaign runs from Oct. 16th until Dec. 14th. Employees are provided with the opportunity to make a gift, either by cash, check, credit card, or payroll deduction to one or more of the funds held at the DMACC Foundation. You decide where you want to direct your support. You can choose to support the area of greatest need (College Unrestricted - UNRCOL) or direct your support to a specific fund. 

Click here to view a list of scholarship funds or contact the DMACC Foundation if you choose to give to a Special Purpose Fund—this would include funds like the Lori Dowie-Reeser Garden at the Iowa Culinary Institute.  Each gift can make a tremendous impact in the life of a student—make your gift today.

Payroll Deduction – Online!

Payroll deduction provides the easiest way to contribute to the DMACC Employee Charitable Giving Campaign. To make a gift by payroll deduction, log in to DMACC’s Web Info System. Click the “Employee” link and then click the Employee Charitable Giving Campaign” link. To view a step-by-step presentation, click here.

Helpful Hints

“Save time—don’t use a dollar sign” 
When you make a pledge through the Web Info System, you do not need to put a dollar sign in the amount section.  If a dollar sign is added, an error message will appear when the submit button is clicked. 

“Making a gift with cash or check—tell us where to designate your gift”
Use the cash donation form, to ensure your gift is going to the fund you select. Click here to download the form.

Questions? Please contact the Foundation at (515) 964-6229.