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Raymond and Lorene Elsbury Scholarship

 

Two $1500 scholarships per year to a student transferring to a 4-year college, to be given $750 per semester and renewable for the second year, also to be given $750 per semester.

 

SCHOLARSHIP BASED ON:

  1. College grade point average...cumulative 2.50 GPA, 12 credit hours of degree courses

  2. Extra-curricular activities, high school and college

  3. Service to community

  4. Financial Need:  (see #6)
    • Statement by student concerning:
      • What part of your educational expenses are being covered by, (a) parents; (b) other scholarships (c) other means?

  5. Three letters of reference from:

    • Non-relatives

    • Former employers

    • High school, College faculty & staff

    • Professionals in the community

    • Minister

    • Friends
  6. Statement of Personal goals, Career goals, and Financial need (see #4) ....typed and in narrative form.

 

RENEWAL CRITERIA OPTIONS (on yearly basis)

  1. 2.50 GPA in degree courses

  2. Minimum of 12 credit hours

  3. Proof of enrollment and payment of fees before money is disbursed.

 

ADVISORY BOARD....to meet once a year in the Spring

  • Four members of the Foundation Scholarship Committee appointed by the Chair
  • One member of the Foundation Finance Committee
  • MACC Dean of Student Services
  • Dean of Academic Affairs
  • Dean of Vocational/Technical Education

 

 

Charitable Giving Now and in the Future

Over and above giving to Moberly Area Community College because you love the mission and what you may have received, there are some ways of looking at how and when to give. To give now you may wish to look at:


Appreciated Property: If you have something of value, i.e., stocks, real estate, collectibles that if sold you would owe taxes on the gain, giving (transferring) the property to MACC may entitle you to an immediate income tax deduction for the fair market value of the gift and eliminate those taxes. Your immediate deduction may be limited, but you can carry that deduction over to future years.


Bequests: You may easily give cash, property, or even an interest in a business to MACC upon your death. You may be able to leave this property in whole or in part without rewriting your will or trust by simply adding a codicil to existing documents. Ask your attorney or ask us for a referral to someone who can help you.

Charitable Annuities: You may gift property into an annuity and receive an income for the rest of your life (or another beneficiary’s life). Whatever is left over comes to MACC after that. In most cases you even get a current income tax deduction for a portion of that gift. If this interests you, we can make a referral to help you look at this option.

Wealth Replacement: Creatively using life insurance to fund or replace a gift to MACC could possibly be the best of both worlds. You can fund a future gift with today’s dollars and receive a potential tax deduction today. This way your children or grandchildren won’t be worried about their inheritance when they see you giving your assets to charity.

Memorial Gifts: To remember someone by making a donation to the Foundation in that person’s name is a special way to give. The family of the deceased will be notified of your generous gift.

 

Combinations: Many times there isn’t just one best answer, and you must look at a combination of the above. Let us work with you, your estate planner, and your other advisors to make sure it’s a win, win situation.
In all of these situations, please seek competent legal and tax advice, as many of your choices are irrevocable. All gifts to the Moberly Area Community College Foundation are administered by the Foundation and are tax deductible to the extent provided by law. For more information or for assistance please contact:


MACC Foundation
101 College Ave.
Moberly, MO 65270
660~263~4110 x 11550
800~622~2070 x 11550
e-mail: MACC Foundation Office

Frequently Asked Questions

 

As a contributor of $50 or more you are entitled to serve as a member of the Board of Directors and have voting privileges.


Gifts of $10,000 or more may be in the form of cash, securities, real property, or
a matching gift. Please check with the personnel office of your company to learn if it has a Matching Gift Program. If so, obtain the necessary form and send it with your gift so that we can apply for a matching contribution.


The Moberly Area Community College Foundation, Inc. is a tax-exempt organization under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.


You may give a “restricted” gift in which you specify how the gift is to be used i.e. to fund a particular program or buy a particular piece of equipment.


“Unrestricted” gifts are used where the immediate need is the greatest. The Foundation’s Board of Directors judiciously administers all funds, and all gifts are acknowledged in the Foundation’s Annual Report.


The MACC Foundation Board of Directors is composed of local community leaders. Meetings are held quarterly to conduct business and review programs.


Professional College staff conducts daily operation of the Foundation.

Scholarship and Endowments

You may contribute to the following established scholarships, endowments, and programs.

  • Iota of Missouri Phi Theta Kappa Alumni Scholarship
  • Activity Center Fund
  • The 49ers Fund
  • Graphic Arts/Fine Arts Center Fund
  • Greyhound Tradition Endowment
  • Jack Conroy Society
  • MACC Endowment for the Arts
  • MACC Foundation Faculty/Staff Mini-Grant Program
  • Moberly Regional Medical Center/Moberly Regional Health Foundation
  • Loan Forgiveness Program
  • Stan Isle Memorial Fund
  • Scholarship Funds
  • Louis Anderson Trust
  • Dean R. Boyd Memorial
  • Richard J. Chamier Memorial
  • Leon Egley and Jason Acton Peace Officers Memorial
  • Raymond and Lorene Elsbury
  • Fine Arts Scholarship
  • Charles Edward and Margaret Funk Memorial
  • Tom L. Hackward Memorial
  • Grace Forrest Hahn
  • Helen Louise Mallet Memorial
  • Dr. W. H. McCormick
  • Gladys Mikesell Memorial
  • Moberly Branch AAUW Eula Baker
  • Cleo A. Noel, Jr.
  • Charles E. and Margaret L. Hartig
  • Alfred and Hazel Parrish
  • James D. Phelan
  • Austin and RillaMae Pierce
  • Mrs. Louis H. Roach Memorial
  • David W. Stamper Memorial
  • Jeffrey Alan Twenter Memorial


If you have any questions please contact: MACC Foundation Office

MACC Foundation Faculty/Staff Mini-Grant Program

Purpose

The purpose of the Moberly Area Community College Foundation’s Faculty/Staff Mini-Grants program is to support faculty and staff by funding innovative and creative projects that would not normally be provided for in the operating budget of the College. Mini-grant projects should enrich standard curriculum and directly enhance learning opportunities for students of Moberly Area Community College.

Grant Awards

Up to four mini-grants will be awarded per semester and may vary in amount. The Committee may award the budgeted amount available, as application need requires. One grant may be funded using the entire semester’s budget, if so determined by the Committee. Faculty and staff may apply for more than one grant per semester but each application must reflect a different project. A person may be awarded more than one grant but the total award may not exceed $1,500 in any twenty-four month period. An individual as well as a team or department working together may apply for a grant, but the maximum grant awarded will be $1500 for a specific project.

Eligibility

Any full-time faculty or certified/classified staff member currently employed by Moberly Area Community College is eligible for a mini-grant. Adjunct faculty may submit proposals in conjunction with full-time faculty or staff or with their supervisor’s approval. Examples of eligible projects include equipment, software, research, supplemental materials, enrichment tools, speakers, professional development, and creative projects.

Rules

  • Mini-grant projects must directly impact student learning and/or assist staff in operating their departments more efficiently.
  • The program is not intended to provide on-going support. Ordinarily, this is a one-time funding opportunity.
  • Tangible items purchased with the grant funds become the property of Moberly Area Community College.
  • This grant is not intended to fund projects, materials or travel that are normally part of an instructor or staff member’s budget.

Requirements

  • The mini-grants will be awarded twice a year for the fall and spring semester under the guidance of the MACC Foundation Faculty/Staff Mini-Grant Committee. Mini-grants are not awarded for the summer semester.
  • An official application must be submitted to the MACC Foundation Faculty/Staff Mini Grant Committee by the following deadline dates:

 

March 3 Spring Semester Grants Awarded by April 7
October 1 Fall Semester Grants Awarded by November 1

 

  • At the completion of the project, a detailed summary report and photographs, where practical, must be submitted to the MACC Foundation Faculty/Staff Mini Grant Committee.

 

Applications

Submit the original application via the Foundation Mini-grant online form.


Foundation Faculty/Staff Mini-Grant Online Application


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The Proposal

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  • Why is this project needed?
  • How will this project impact student learning?
  • What is the long-term benefit to the College?
  • What activities will be conducted as a result of your project?
  • Will other MACC staff benefit from the project? How?
  • What is the proposed timeline for completion of the project?
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  • Include the total cost of your project
  • Include the total funds requested and/or received from other sources
  • Please include a bid if this proposal is for equipment.
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By submitting this proposal, the applicant agrees to abide by the stipulations of this grant and to submit a summary report within 90 days of the completion of this project. Grant recipient’s name, project information and picture may be publicized.