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Photo of student at NSCC's Spark Creativity event.
  • Photo of student at NSCC's Spark Creativity event.
    Fall 2023 Update
    As the new academic year begins, we’re excited to share more inspiring stories and updates with you in NSCC Foundation's Fall 2023 Update!
  • Sydney Waterfront Campus at night.
    Sydney Waterfront Campus
    NSCC's transformational Sydney Waterfront Campus. Learn more the Campus today.
  • 2022-23 NSCC Foundation and Alumni Relations Annual Report on Giving cover page with photo of NSCC student Angela G. in scrubs, with white NSCC Foundation and Alumni Relations logo in top-left corner and the report title "Inspired people. Thriving communities." in white text on the bottom-left.
    2022-23 Annual Report on Giving
    The NSCC Foundation and Alumni Relations 2022-23 Annual Report on Giving is now live! Read about the far-reaching impact of our donors and partners online today.
  • Photo of students talking and laughing outside on bench
    Summer 2023 Update
    It’s important for communities to come together and support each other in times of need. Read how our communities continue to take action in the NSCC Foundation's Summer 2023 Update!
  • Photo of NSCC student from NSCC Foundation's Make Way campaign video
    Donor impact
    Every day, donors like you make an impact on students at NSCC. Read about donor impact for more inspiration.
  • Photo of Shaun D., and his family.
    Rapid Response
    Shaun D., a husband, father, and NSCC student, felt a sense of relief when he received an Emergency Cost of Living Bursary last winter. Read Shaun's story.
  • From left to right, a photo of: Don Bureaux, NSCC President, Emily MacDonald, NSCC alumni, Darryl Pike, Banking Manager at RBC, Sandra Snow, Mayor of Kentville, Jason Clark, Chad Langille,Regional VP, Central and Western Nova Scotia, John Lawrence, Community Market Manager at RBC and Peter Muttart, Mayor of Kings County
    RBC Student Works
    On October 26, the RBC Foundation announced a $200,000 donation over two years to support and expand the RBC Student Works Program at NSCC. Learn more.
  • Photo of Pathways to Rock Award Recipient, Thaydra G.
    Pathways to Rock
    The Pathways to Rock Award is breaking barriers for Music Arts students like Thaydra G., a mother driven by a love for music, and especially her son. Read Thaydra's story.

Inspired philanthropy. Enhanced student success.

The NSCC Foundation is dedicated to helping students in financial need and improving access to education. Through philanthropy, sponsorship and advocacy, we help NSCC fulfill its mission to build Nova Scotia's economy and quality of life through education and innovation.

With the support of our generous donors, partners and sponsors, we are helping to propel Nova Scotia forward. Your donations directly support student aid and learning,

Students across Nova Scotia are counting on you. Your donations support the following at NSCC's 14 campuses across Nova Scotia:

See how donor generosity has helped NSCC students

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