Monday, November 14, 2016
Palau Community College (PCC) would like to thank and recognize the following businesses/companies that have recently shown their support for the 2016 PCC Thanksgiving Endowment Fundraising Event:
The Taj Restaurant
The Taj Restaurant recently donated two (2) Discounted Lunch/Dinner Certificates to Palau Community College (PCC) in support of the institution’s annual fundraising event. The donations were presented by Taj Restaurant Manager Raj Kumar Roa and received on behalf of the college by PCC Student Malsol Roberts. PCC thanks the Taj Restaurant for its continued support!
(left to right): PCC Student Malsol Roberts receiving the donation from Taj Restaurant Manager Raj Kumar Rao
Coffee Berry recently donated three (3) $10 Certificates to Palau Community College (PCC). The donations will be featured as prizes in the raffling drawing of the 2016 PCC Thanksgiving Endowment Fundraiser. PCC would like to recognize and thank Coffee Berry for supporting its fundraising efforts.
(left to right): Coffee Berry Barista Ms. Rose presenting the donation to PCC Student Crane B. Moses
The PCC Endowment Fund is an important component of the college that supports the future stability and programs of Palau’s only institution of higher learning. Established in 1998, the PCC Endowment Fund ensures that Palau Community College continues to provide post-secondary education and career & technical training that meets the needs of Palau, Micronesia, and the Pacific region. If you would like to donate to the PCC Endowment Fund, purchase fundraising raffle tickets, or show your support for the upcoming PCC Thanksgiving Endowment Fundraising Event, please contact the Development Office of Palau Community College at (tel): 488-2470/2471 extensions 251, 252, or 253. You may also contact PCC Director of Development Tchuzie Tadao (email@example.com) for more information. The 2016 PCC Thanksgiving Fundraising Event is scheduled to take place on Wednesday, November 23, 2016 from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. It will be held at the Mesekiu Bai located at the college courtyard. [/restrict]