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FPC 1st Annual Giving Day

Frank Phillips College Giving Day is an annual 24-hour fundraising challenge that brings FPC and our community together to support our students and their educational goals. FPC 1st Annual Giving Day is Monday, September 6th, 2021!

This day was strategically picked to align with the date the college was first opened back in 1948. 

We invite alumni, friends, parents, faculty, staff, and the community to participate. We want to give our donors the opportunity to give where their passion lies. Our primary goal is participation; When a large group of people come together, no matter the size of their individual gifts, the cumulative results make an impact on the lives of our students and our college. We invite you to participate in the way you feel led to!

Learn about different giving opportunities and ways you can multiply the impact of your gift. Contributions made between midnight and 11:59pm CST on FPC's Giving Day count toward the day's total.


Download a helpful calendar reminder so you don't miss any of the excitement of Giving Day!


Check out our list of frequently asked questions to get more information about how Giving Day works.

These scholarships are awarded based upon the criteria established by the donor, the Frank Phillips College Office of College Advancement, and the Development Corporation.  The selection process may include the involvement of a private selection committee. 

You can choose to donate at large to the college to use funds as we see fit, or you can choose from the list of private scholarships below to contribute to.


The BOOMTOWN scholarship is available to any BISD graduate (starting with the class of 2020) who plans to finish their Associate Degree or Certificate program at Frank Phillips College. 

This scholarship will cover tuition and fee expenses up to 36-credit hours at Frank Phillips College after graduating from Borger High School. 

For more information on this scholarship and how to apply, visit our Boomtown Scholarship homepage now. BOOMTOWN SCHOLARSHIP


Award: (1) One-Year Award

Criteria: GED graduate


Chevron Phillips Chemical is committed to supporting the community by helping individuals who want to pursue a technical education in areas that will both provide them with career opportunities and to create a robust workforce in the panhandle of Texas. The scholarship will provide financial support and career mentoring to students who are pursuing a certificate or degree in Process Technology, Rotary Equipment Craft, or Instrumentation and Electrical Craft.

Award: (2) Two $2,500 awards per academic year ($1,250  per semester)

Criteria: Be enrolled at FPC in the Process Technology, REC, or I/E Programs; reside in the Borger area, to include Sanford-Fritch, Panhandle, and Stinnett (generally, a 25-mile radius from FPC); demonstrate financial need; be willing and able to communicate with the CPChem mentor, as required.


Award: (1) One-Year Award

Criteria:  English teacher (Education Major);  Currently enrolled FPC student with a minimum 3.0 GPA in at least 15 hours of completed course work;  Recipient must maintain a minimum of 3.5 GPA with a 4.0 in English.


Award: (1) One-Year Award

Criteria: Must be a student who is a member of H&H Federal Credit Union.


Award: (1) One-Year Award

Criteria:  Student should be pursuing a credential in a healthcare field;  Must express a desire to remain in the Texas Panhandle after graduation.


Koltan Henderson loved to help people and fix things.  He attended Frank Phillips College while working full time as a contractor at Cabot in Pampa, TX.  He graduated from Frank Phillips College in 2015.  He continued to pursue his dream of becoming a mechanic at Cabot until he deceased in April of 2020.

Award: (1) One-Year Award

Criteria:  A student pursuing a credential in a CTE program; Minimum 2.5 GPA; Must submit an essay on why they deserve this scholarship and what they plan to do with their degree or where they hope to work.


Sandra Hilbert was a graduate of Borger High School in 1963 and Frank Phillips College in 1965.  She met her husband Harvey while working in the Frank Phillips College Library.  She went on to start her own business which she ran for over 25 years and served on the FPC Board of Regents years later.

Sandra loved adventure and traveled all across the United States and to over 28 foreign countries.  Closer to home she loved her community and served it well.  She spent time on the Borger Chamber of Commerce Board, was an essential part of Business and Professional Women, Toastmasters International, Hutchinson County Republican Women, Rotary Club of Borger, and more.  Sandra and her husband Harvey were voted Citizens of the Year for their philanthropic efforts in Borger in 2016.  She never met a stranger, and genuinely treasured people.  If she were here today she would be smiling at your desire to achieve more and she would champion you towards taking a risk, reaching for more, and getting a higher education.

Award: (1) One-Year Award

Criteria:  A student who demonstrates desire and resolve towards higher education.


Criteria: Graduate of a Hutchinson County high school; Minimum 2.5 high school GPA; CTE students - Welding, I&E, P&E, P-tech, Nursing, Cosmetology.

Scholarship Terms

  • $1,000/semester (renewable each semester attending as long as terms are met). Can be applied to unmet needs after T&F are covered (books, transportation, child care).
  • Must maintain 3.0 GPA
    • If semester GPA is 3.5, an additional $150 to be added the next semester
    • If semester GPA is 4.0, an additional $300 to be added the next semester
  • Must complete 10 community service hours per semester with a non-secular 501(c)(3) - with HOPE volunteer hours to be preferred.
  • Recipients to attend HOPE and be promoted as success stories.


Dr. George and Pat Housewright were staunch advocates of education and the thought that education was one of the most important things a person could do to progress them toward a fulfilling life.  Beyond that they recognized the value of an education to open new doors, expand thoughts and ideas, and to experience life and all the beauty of learning.  Dr. Housewright received his PhD in Marketing from the University of Arkansas and went on to be the Head and subsequently Dean of the College of Business at Tarleton State University where he never stopped teaching during his administrative time.  His passion was the classroom and the students he had over his 25+ year career in education.  He was also very involved in educating athletes, coaching a national champion men's golf team and assisting the Tarleton golf program to national championship appearances in both men's and women's divisions.  Coaching 5 PGA professionals during his career in coaching he always emphasized academics to all the athletes he coached.  Mrs. Housewright spent her career focused on special education developing ground breaking ideas in dyslexia that are still used today.  Spending her career in Abilene ISD and a small rural school just north of Stephenville, TX she believed in education and wanted her students to reach their potential regardless of their learning disabilities.  She didn't view anyone as having a disability, only a different challenge than others have.  They would both love the passion for learning shown by the students and faculty at FPC.

Award: (1) One-Year Award

Criteria:  Students that have indicated an area of study in Business or Agriculture; Minimum 3.0 GPA; extra-curricular activities.


This scholarship was established by Donna Haddock Forbes in the fall of 2003, in loving memory of her longtime music teacher.

Evelyn Plunkett Hubbard was born in Wortham, Texas. She began playing the piano at the age of four. In her early years of formal instruction, she complained of the necessity of “note-learning” and scales, but with maturity she realized the importance of education and with it the “note- learning” and theory.

Her dream of becoming a concert pianist changed to being a wife, mother, and teacher when she married D. H. Hubbard. She began private lessons in a studio in Crane, Texas. Upon moving to Phillips, Texas, in 1940, the private lessons continued in her home.

In 1942, Mrs. Hubbard began her teaching career. She taught for 20 years in the Phillips schools, moving from elementary to middle school and on to the Phillips High School Choral Director. Her sweepstakes-winning choirs became legendary. During the time at Phillips, she also earned her Masters in Music Education from West Texas State University.

In 1962, Mrs. Hubbard became the Director of the Music Department at Frank Phillips College. She established the Plainsmen Combo which consisted of the FPC choir and students who played musical instruments. These students practiced on their own time under the direction of “Mother Hubbard”. The Combo played for FPC basketball games and performed for surrounding schools and civic groups.

The Combo eventually became known as The FPC Medicine Show. This show promoted FPC to many new and eager students.

In 1970, she became the Chairman of the Division of Fine Arts at FPC. Evelyn had the ability to build programs and to promote the abundant talent at FPC. Her dreams were realized on-stage when it required two nights to accommodate the crowds that attended productions such as the annual Hootenanny.

Mrs. Hubbard and FPC graduate Paul Biggs created the Phil-Originals. This group became known internationally. They sang for such events as Governor John Connally’s programs and the Lions International Convention in Chicago. The sponsor of this scholarship, Donna Haddock Forbes, was a member of this group. Mrs. Hubbard was a member of the 20th Century Club, the Music Club, Tri-City Concert, Texas Congress of Parents and Teachers, and Alpha Chi.

She was the organist/pianist for the Phillips and Fairlanes Baptist Churches for 50 years. She was awarded The Altrusa International Community Services Award in 1973.

Evelyn’s teaching and motivation of students was outstanding, but her greatest attribute was her ability to understand, encourage, and love her students. Many of her students reached goals they had never dreamed of.

Mrs. Hubbard inspired her students to see their potential and to succeed.

Evelyn and D.H. were married for 69 years. They had one daughter, JoAnn Kuhrt, who, with her husband Harry, gave them four grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren.

Award: (1) One-Year Award

Criteria:  A student majoring in education or music


Established by R.D. and Ella Cornelison.

Award: (1) One-year award

Criteria:  Hutchinson County High School graduate; Participated in FFA, 4-H or an agriculture major; Minimum 3.0 GPA.


Award: (1) One-year award

Criteria: Hutchinson County High School graduate. This scholarship has a rotation process among Borger High School, Sanford-Fritch High School, and West Texas High School.  Minimum 3.0 GPA.  Student majoring in Education.


Award: (1) One-year award

Criteria:  High school graduate, re-entering adult, or currently enrolled FPC student;  Resident of Hutchinson County;  Minimum 3.0 GPA.


This scholarship was established in memory of Jimmy, who grew up in Borger, Texas. Jimmy was known to have many friends. He was dedicated to education. During his college career at West Texas, Jimmy was a teammate on the Buffaloes football team.

Award: (1) One-year award

Criteria: A student interested in teaching/education.


Joseph Levi Killins was a member of the 10th Mountain Division in the United State Army and proudly served his country in both Kosovo and Afghanistan. Joey was proud to be an American soldier.

He was a man of immense generosity and integrity. He put his family and friends before himself. His incredible sense of self and great attitude about life made Joey a man among men.

Joey was tenacious, funny, hard-working, smart, dedicated, and loved. The Killins Scholarship was first established by the Summers family.

Award: (1) One-year award

Criteria: The scholarship is to meet the financial need of a military veteran or a person in the military.


Leadership Perryton was established to increase personal leadership skills that will be used personally, in the family, in career, and in the community. The Alumni desire to help other adult learners improve their lives with a formal education.

Award: (2) One-year awards

Criteria:  Ochiltree County resident;  Returning adult learner;  Maintain a 2.0 GPA.


Dakota (Kota) Lujan loved riding saddle bronc's in Rodeos, he loved cowboying.  Kota was taken from us on July 24th 2019 in an accident. 

To keep his memory alive and hoping to help a child that has the same passion for Rodeo, we have started this scholarship in honor of Dakota's name.

Award: (1) One-year award

Criteria:  Rodeo Student;  Need-based.


Nygell P. Lujan was an inspired rig-welder!  He completed the welding certification program at Frank Phillips and from there he worked in a fabrication shop and eventually made his way to the pipeline industry.  He was full of excitement, hard work, and lots of fun.  He loved people and especially little kids, his heart was huge.  In honor of Nygell, this scholarship will be awarded to a student in the welding program.  The student will be required to write a letter explaining their goals and how they would use welding in their future.  Nygell struggled in high school, but that did not stop him from working hard and completing his certification, he even made it to the Deans list one semester.  That being said, our hearts are to encourage a student who may not have been the top of their class in high school, but aren't afraid of putting effort into their future.

Award: (1) One-year award

Criteria:  Welding Student;  Need-based.


Stephanie Martindale started her college career at Frank Phillips College in 1998 while still attending high school to get a jump start on her nursing education.  She continued on and graduated with her BSN from West Texas A&M University in 2004 and became a Certified Pediatric Nurse in 2015.  Stephanie currently resides with her husband, Tom, and 2 children, Vivian and Scarlett, in Des Moines, Iowa.  She has always been passionate about children and has worked at ChildServe in Johnston, Iowa for the past 15 years.  ChildServe's mission is "We partner with families to help children with special healthcare needs live a great life".  Stephanie has been the Nurse Manager for their Community Services department for the past 5 years while supporting services in their Johnston, Ames, and Iowa City locations.

Award: (1) One-Year Award

Criteria:  Pre-nursing student;  Need-based; Minimum 3.0 GPA maintained.


To honor the memory of Wes McElreath, family and friends established the Wes McElreath Memorial Scholarship Fund at FPC in the spring of 1998.

Wes was a graduate of Borger High School. While attending FPC as an agriculture major, he was in a fatal car accident.

Wes was a Presidential Scholarship recipient and was active in both agriculture and baseball.

Award: (1) One-Year Award, renewable for (4) semesters

Criteria:  Borger High School graduate;  Involved in 4H, FFA, or interested in agriculture;  Full-time student.


Kevin Miles McKinney was a happy, friendly person who loved his family, sports, and people from all walks of life. He was caring, competitive, and compassionate.

Kevin was born and raised in Borger and attended Crockett Elementary, Borger Middle School, and Borger High School. He participated in Tri-City Youth Football, Little Dribblers Basketball, and Borger Little League. Kevin was a member of Calvary Baptist Church.

He was awarded a football scholarship to Southern Methodist University in 1983. He played there for four years and graduated in 1988. He was a graduate assistant in football for the University of Utah for two years and received a Master’s degree in 1991.

Kevin began teaching and coaching football at Pampa High School in August of 1994. He had been coaching for five months when he was killed in an automobile accident. His parents, Mike and Marlene, and his brothers, Kelly and Joshua, established a living memorial to their beloved son and brother by setting up the Kevin McKinney Memorial Scholarship. The scholarship is a way of providing worthy young people with funds to further their education at FPC.

Award: (2) One-Year Awards

Criteria: Borger High School graduate


To honor Nell Killough Mitchell, her daughter and son-in-law, Becky and Randy Hanna, established a Memorial Scholarship Fund in her name.

Nell was the third generation of her family to be a part of the Borger community, owning and operating the Crutch Ranch. She was the mother of three, a granny to eight, and a friend to many. Nell died of leukemia in August of 1995.

Nell was a champion for people actively trying to better themselves and a champion for children, parents, and young adults trying to find their way in the world. There are few people with such a compassionate and generous heart as hers.

To honor Nell’s memory, the Hannas would like to continue her giving spirit. To Nell, faith, home, and family were always first. She believed education and determination were the keys to the betterment of anyone’s life situation.

A semi-annual scholarship was begun in her honor. Scholarship recipients receive $250 per semester. The recipient is eligible for the award while enrolled in the FPC Cosmetology program.

Award: (1) One-Year Award

Criteria: Cosmetology student


This scholarship was established by Lisa and Clay Renick to honor the memory of their daughter, and step-daughter.

Jennifer Ashley Neill was born on November 17, 1988 in Amarillo, TX.  As soon as she could hold a pencil in her hand, she began drawing.  As the years progressed, she worked on her art work and won numerous awards throughout her high school years.  After graduating from Borger High School in 2007, she attended Frank Phillips College and finally transferred to the University of North Texas.  While there she declared her major in Art Education and eventually obtained a Bachelor's in Art Education, K-12 in 2015.

Shortly after her high school graduation, she began having health issues with her kidneys  This eventually led to being diagnosed with Stage 4 Renal Failure.  Despite her health issues, she kept her goals in sight to graduate with her art degree.  She taught art in the elementary schools, but her health kept her from truly becoming the teacher she wanted to be.

We would love this scholarship to go to a very deserving student who has graduated from Borger High School interested in either majoring in education or art.

Award: (1) One-Year Award

Criteria:  2.5 GPA;  Borger High School graduate; Education or Art major.


This scholarship is awarded to five FPC students in the Industrial Arts, Math, Science, or Welding disciplines.

Award: (5) One-year awards

Criteria: To benefit students in the Industrial Arts, Math, Science or Welding disciplines.


Sam & Marietta Price graduated from Frank Phillips College in 1968 while married.  They both went on to graduate from West Texas A&M University and have been married for 52 years.

Award: (1) One-Year Award

Criteria:  Minimum 3.0 GPA maintained; Need-based.


Award: (2) One-Year Awards

Criteria: Students with high academic achievement and guiding principles underpinned with the Rotary Four-Way Test: 

  1. Is it the truth? 
  2. Is it fair to all concerned? 
  3. Will it build goodwill and better friendships? 
  4. Will it be beneficial to all concerned?

One female Borger High School graduate;  One male Borger High School graduate.


The purpose of this scholarship is to assist with tuition, fees, and book costs associated with a returning adult learner who demonstrates a financial need and is attending the Allen Campus in Perryton.

Award: (2) One-Year Awards

Criteria:  Must attend the FPC Allen Campus;  Must be a full-time student;  High school graduate/GED recipient;  Must have financial need;  Must be involved in volunteer service and community-active.


The Gloria Rummel Scholarship was established by Dr. Andy and Sue Ann Hicks to honor Gloria’s retirement from Frank Phillips College.

Award: (1) One-Year Award

Criteria: a student going into business.


Mary Lou Haygood established this scholarship in memory of her daughter. Donna was born on August 16, 1958. She graduated from Borger High School in 1976, then received an Associate of Arts degree in business from Frank Phillips College.

Donna was the first student to receive a full FPC Faculty Scholarship. She then earned a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Hardin-Simmons University, where she was recognized as highest ranking senior in the January 1979 graduating class. Donna received her Master’s degree in Business Administration from Texas Tech University. In 1983, she joined the faculty at Wayland Baptist University as an Assistant Professor of Business Administration.

Award: (1) One-Year Award

Criteria: Business major


Dr. I.Q. Sewell and Viva Sewell established the Kim Sewell Memorial Scholarship Fund at Frank Phillips College upon the death of their son, Kim Sewell. When Dr. I.Q. Sewell died a few months later, Mrs. Sewell and her two sons, Randy Sewell and Dr. Ron Hendrick, decided to continue the scholarship in memory of Kim and I.Q.

All members of the Sewell family were returning adult learners. Viva is a past Frank Phillips College Governing Board of Regents member and retired educator. Dr. I.Q. Sewell obtained both his Bachelor of Science degree and Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine later in life and, at the time of his death, he was a student at FPC.

This scholarship benefits serious adult students interested in pursuing their education at FPC.

Award: (1) One-Year Award

Criteria:  A student who is at least 22 years of age;  A returning student who has completed at least 6 hours of coursework;  A student with a minimum of 2.5 GPA.


Ernie Shira loved nursing students and encouraged many men and women to enter the field of nursing as his wife had. When Ernie died of cancer in 2016 his family established this scholarship as a way to carry on Ernie’s legacy of compassion and love.

Award: (1) One-Year award

Criteria: Nursing student with a GPA of 2.5 or above.


Elaine Mona (Weatherly) Sowder was born February 24, 1915 in England and came to the United States at the age of five. Along with her husband Thad and her son and daughter, she moved to Borger, Texas, in 1950.

After Thad passed away in 1981, Elaine became one of Borger’s most active senior citizens.

She served Meals On Wheel, joined the First Christian Church choir and a community theater group as well as a philatelic (stamp collecting) club, to name a few. Elaine also became a fitness enthusiast and was proud to accomplish a strenuous hiking trip in the mountains of New Zealand, along with several other international trips.

Two of Elaine’s greatest joys came from volunteering as a nurse’s aide at Golden Plains Community Hospital and attending Frank Phillips College. Elaine became well-known as an avid supporter of the FPC athletic teams and an honorary cheerleader for men’s basketball. In 1986, at age 71, she graduated from FPC with her Associate’s Degree. Elaine continued her volunteer work at the hospital until her death in 1994. It was her wish that this scholarship be established to assist nursing students at FPC.

Award: (1) One-Year Award

Criteria:  A nursing student (Note: a student may re-apply for a second year if they maintain a minimum 3.0 GPA); Deadline is November 15.


This scholarship was established by Peggy Thompson in loving memory of her late husband.

Award: (1) One-Year Award

Criteria: A currently enrolled FPC student, Minimum 3.0 GPA in at least 12 semester hours of completed course work, a resident of Hutchinson County, a student majoring in Business, Government, Public Service, or Law Enforcement.


Established by Lonnie and Patricia Tilson to honor his parents, this scholarship fund is for both traditional and non-traditional students in need of financial assistance and who are serious about continuing their education.

Roy R. Tilson was born March 17, 1901 in Knoxville, Tennessee. He moved to Fannin County in 1920. He met Robbie Mae Payne in Fannin County and they were married there in 1927. He worked as a farmer and farm owner until 1943 when the family moved to Borger.

Mr. Tilson worked for Phillips for a short time, then opened a grocery store in the Clearview Addition. He operated this store until about 1962, when he and his wife built a new home and antique store next to Westlawn Memorial Cemetery on the Fritch highway. He continued to operate the antique store until his death in 1983.

Several news stories were published over the years about his “western antiques”. He was a long-time supporter of civic and charitable organizations in Hutchinson County, including Girls’ Town, which later became Cal Farley’s Family Program.

Mrs. Tilson continued to live in the home until near her death in October of 1998. She was very active in the United Pentecostal Church and served in various functions with the Women’s Auxiliary.

The Tilson’s six children attended Borger High School. Lonnie and Patricia Woodfill Tilson were the first married students to attend Frank Phillips from 1955-1956. An article about them was published in the college newspaper. They then attended WTSU in Canyon where they received their degrees.

The Tilson’s long-term connection to Borger, the Borger schools, and Frank Phillips College is the primary reason for establishing this memorial scholarship fund.

The incoming freshman recipient of this award will receive this scholarship for two years provided all requirements are met.

Award: (1) One-Year Award

Criteria: A student with a minimum of 3.0 GPA


Roy Young and family established an annual memorial scholarship in memory of Dixie Young. Dixie passed away on June 4, 2007, after a 13- year battle with cancer. She is remembered by her family and friends as a positive, courageous, and caring person.

Dixie was born on June 18, 1937, in Pampa, Texas. She was a homemaker and a member of Fritch Baptist Church in Borger. Dixie married Mr. Roy Young on December 28, 1984 in Perryton, Texas.

Roy was a coach for many years throughout the State of Texas. He was a member of the First Baptist Church of Borger, an active member of the Lions Club for 15 years, on the Board of Regents at Frank Phillips College, and a board member of H&H Federal Credit Union. Roy was an avid supporter of all the FPC athletic teams. Mr. Young passed away on November 12, 2009.

Award: (1) One-year award

Criteria: To benefit a student from Borger, Stinnett, Fritch, Perryton, or Panhandle who is pursuing a degree in the field of education.

Looking to have an immediate impact? You can make a difference across all of these areas through the FPC Giving Site today.


The more you help spread the word about FPC's Giving Day, the more opportunities we have to combine individual gifts with hundreds of others to help fund life-changing scholarships and student programs. To help you spread the word, see sample posts below that you can use before, during, and after Frank Phillips College Annual Giving Day.

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Plainsmen from all over - alumni, students, parents, friends, neighbors faculty, and staff - will come together for FPC Annual Giving Day 2021, a 24-hour online fundraising event that will change the lives of our students and the college as a whole. 

We support the campuses, programs, and causes that are important to us.

How Do I Decide Where to Give?

No matter what your philanthropic passion is, there is something for everyone at Frank Phillips College. Through Giving Day you can give to a specific private scholarship that will directly benefit a student each semester they are enrolled, or directly to the college as a whole. Wherever you direct your support, your gift will change the lives that change the world!

How Do I Make a Gift?

Giving Day begins at 12:01AM CST on September 6th, 2021, at which point you'll be able to make your gift via this Giving Day website. Gifts to multiple designations are accepted and encouraged. Can't wait to support FPC? Visit GIVE NOW to donate at anytime.

Where Do the Gifts Go?

Your generous donations go to support school and program annual funds across the college at all three of our campuses as well as the education of online students. Donors are welcome to designate their gifts to a specific scholarship, a specific program or department, or to the college as a whole without designation. Want to give an annual gift? Annual fund gifts make an immediate impact, supporting the area of greatest need for our school or program each year that will make a vital difference in the lives of students and faculty.

How Can My Gifts Make a Difference?

Gifts of any size provide funds that will be spent on the most pressing needs of the area you're supporting. Frank Phillips College relies on the gifts of donors like you because endowment funding and tuition do not cover the entire cost of a FPC education, and endowment funds - while absolutely critical to the mission and success of Frank Phillips College - can only be spent based on the original donors' intent, and are often limited to specific areas. 

To learn more about how your gift will make an impact, please visit the Find Your Cause page and explore scholarships that you can designate your giving to.

Will 100% of my Gift Go to my Designated Area?

Yes. If you designate your gift, 100% of the funds you contribute will go to that area.

Is There a Minimum Donation Amount?

No, any donation offered to FPC will be tremendously valued and will help with the success and future ventures of the college as a whole.

Is it Safe to Make my Gift Online?

Yes. The information collected during the giving event is only used by FPC. It will not be sold or shared with any third-party organizations.

Is My Giving Day Contribution Tax-Deductible?

Yes. Your gift is entirely tax-deductible. You will receive an email confirmation that will serve as your receipt for tax purposes.

Can I Make My Gift by Mail or Phone?

You can make a contribution via mail by sending it to PO Box 5118, Borger, TX 79007. However, these funds cannot be designated to a specific area of giving.

Can I Make a Recurring Gift?

No, at this time we are only taking gifts for this fiscal year - if you'd like to set up a recurring gift please contact our head of College Advancement Jackie Brand at 806-457-4215.