The Employee Giving program enables Coast Mountain College staff to have a nominal amount of money deducted from their pay to contribute to student scholarships, awards & bursaries.
For as little as $10 per pay cheque, you can choose the bursary or award that you would like to contribute to. A big thank you to the staff members who have already signed on to the program.
Did you know?
- 100% of donations go to students and you get a charitable tax receipt automatically on your T4
- If every staff member gave just $10 every pay day we would be contributing approximately $52,000 annually to student Scholarships, awards and bursaries.
View our FAQs to learn more about how you can contribute to the future success of our students.
To register, submit an CMTN Employee Giving Form [PDF] to the Advancement Department.
Frequently asked questions
How does it work?
Each pay cheque, the amount you have chosen will be automatically deducted from your paycheck. At the end of the year your tax deductible charitable donation will be on line 46 of your T4, eliminating the extra paperwork and receipts to file.
How do you sign up?
You can contact Renee Jordan at extension 5402 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. There is a form to fill out selecting the amount you would like to donate and where you would like your contribution to go.
Who can I donate to?
You can donate to a specific fund of your choice, or the Coast Mountain College Foundation which supports capital projects, programs, bursaries, scholarships, and awards. Feel free to contact us to discuss options that would work best for you.
How do the awards work?
- Scholarships are awarded on the basis of academic achievement.
- Bursaries are awarded based on financial need and satisfactory academic achievement.
- Awards are a combination of both.
How is money dispersed?
The awards committee at Coast Mountain College meets regularly to review applications. Recipients are chosen based on criteria established by the donor(s); this could be need, academic achievement or a combination of both.
Are updates given?
Yes, the Coast Mountain College Foundation is obligated by law to make this information public.
What tax credits will I receive?
Amounts based on the CRA's tax calculator
Thank you for your support!
Building a bridge between communities and students at Coast Mountain College.