Donation Will Support Emergency Assistance Program
The Arvest Foundation recently announced a $10,000 contribution to Tri County Tech Foundation, whose purpose is to ensure no student is denied an education due to the lack of funds.
The donation from the Arvest Foundation will be used to support an emergency assistance program to provide aid to students when unforeseen financial emergencies could compromise attendance and program completion.
Arvest local bank president Kim Moyer and Arvest Wealth Management regional manager Josh Randolph presented the check to Dr. Tammie Strobel Tri County Tech Superintendent & CEO, Kim Smith Tri County Tech Chief Administrative Officer, and Champagne Kane Business Development Specialist.
Investing in the Tri County Tech Foundation yields tremendous economic benefits and life-changing career opportunities. For every dollar contributed, the return on investment amounts to $100 over five years. No other investment provides such remarkable dividends.
About The Tri County Tech Foundation: The Tri County Tech Foundation was established in 1969 to support students at Tri County Tech. Tri County Tech is Oklahoma’s first CareerTech district with a steadfast spirit for innovation and improvement – driving economic development. Tri County Tech has locations in Bartlesville, Pawhuska, and Nowata, Oklahoma. Foundation assistance is available to qualifying students in three critical areas: Tuition Assistance, Emergency Aid, and Food Assistance.