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The mission of the College of the Redwoods Foundation is to support the Redwoods Community College District through establishing partnerships and collaborations that benefit CR’s students, local businesses, and the community.
COLLEGE OF THE REDWOODS FOUNDATION 501(c)(3).
The Foundation focuses on generating resources to promote student enrollment, student success, economic development, community health, and equitable opportunity.
More than 180,000 students have attended College of the Redwoods since the college's opening in 1964. Your gift to support CR students is an investment in the people and economies of Humboldt, Del Norte and Trinity Counties.
If you are interested in donating to an existing scholarship fund, creating a new scholarship fund, funding an internship program, or collaborating with the Foundation to benefit our local communities, please contact:
Executive Director, College Advancement & the CR Foundation
The Redwoods Room & Board Scholarship Fund supports CR students who are experiencing homelessness or who are housing insecure. This scholarship provides semester grants so that these students can live in CR's residence halls and have a meal plan in the cafeteria. The goal is to ensure these students have the opportunity to focus on their education rather than on their daily survival.
College of the Redwoods was the first college in the nation to provide on campus housing and meal plans for its students experiencing housing insecurity or homelessness.
Learn About our new Room and Board Scholarship
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We provide different ways in which your dollars can support College of the Redwoods. Please click on the area(s) that you are interested in supporting.
College of the Redwoods Athletics Program provides academic and sports opportunities to 250 student athletes. Our athletes participate on thirteen different men's and women's teams.
The District serves 160,000 people and a wide diversity of populations, including five local Native American tribes.
We offer a wide variety of clubs to provide social and academic support, as well as to provide opportunities for personal growth.
In memory of Collin, his family and friends have set up a grant for students who reside in Humboldt County and wish to pursue their educational goals despite any mental health setbacks that have occurred in their lives.
Scholarships are awarded to students enrolled in the College of the Redwoods Truck Driver Training Program offered through CR's Workforce and Community Education Program.
The Dee Anne Wood Memorial Scholarship Fund is dedicated to supporting single parents enrolled at College of the Redwoods.
Some of our students' fondest memories are of the instructors, classes, departments, and programs at College of the Redwoods.
Select where you want your gift of support to go.
The Jean E. Spinas and B. Curtis Spinas Memorial Scholarship Fund supports women pursuing any field of study.
You have the opportunity to honor an individual through making a gift in their memory.
Donated funds will be used as scholarships for students who are continuing their education on the outside and needing access to educational resources such as laptops.
The President's Circle supports special projects to benefit the Redwoods Community College District and communities in Humboldt, Del Norte, and Trinity counties.
The Redwoods Room and Board Scholarship is awarded to College of the Redwoods students who are experiencing homelessness or ongoing housing insecurity.
The Redwoods Alumni Association supports student, faculty, and staff events/projects that broaden the student experience at College of the Redwoods.
College of the Redwoods has an extensive network of support services for its students, you can select where you want your gift of support to go.
The Tim Crossan Memorial Scholarship Fund supports students enrolled in CR's Automotive Technology Program.
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7351 Tompkins Hill RdEureka, CA 95501
It is the policy of College of the Redwoods not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, disability, age, or sexual orientation in its educational programs and its employment practices. Read Full Policy Here
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