Since his first gift to the Foundation in 2006, Dr. Tom Anderson, retired oncologist, has given in honor of cancer victims who were former patients, including Carrie Gasch, Dick Wilder, and, of course, Dolores Snyder, plus others. It’s only natural that Dr. Anderson’s tradition of giving developed as an extension of his professional practice. Though he is no longer practicing, he continues to make a difference in his community.
“I know even my small gifts can make a difference when they are combined with the gifts of others, and I believe I need to do my part.
We all need to give back. It makes us better people.”
– Dr. Tom Anderson
Champions in the classroom, competition and life.
The dream of playing college sports is a powerful motivator for young student athletes, many of whom are the first from their family to attend college. Access to education opens additional doors for student athletes allowing them to become successful in life as well.
Our “Trapper Champions” Endowed Scholarship campaign aims to develop an ongoing revenue stream for athletic scholarships so coaches can be confident of having resources to maintain competitive programs.
There are many ways to give – including cash, real estate, securities or personal property. The NWC Foundation, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation, can also help you with memorials, honorariums and matching gifts. GIVE NOW!