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Allegany College of Maryland Foundation, Inc.

Board of Directors

David N. Aydelotte, Sr.
Carl O. Belt, Jr., Vice President
John J. Felten
Bernice A. Friedland
Dr. Peter B. Halmos, Treasurer
Robert E. Heltzel
Aaron W. Hendrickson
Dr. Audie G. Klingler, President
George W. Lapp, Jr.
Robert J. Martin, Jr.
John J. McMullen, Jr.
Sally J. Miller
Mary Ann D. Moen
Dixie L. Pownall, Secretary
Amanda W. Ruthenberg
Judge J. Frederick Sharer
Robert J. Smith
John R. Smyth, Jr.
Elaine K. Solomon

 

Board Member Emeritus

Ivan A. Hall
Dr. Gail O. Mazzocco
John J. McMullen
Miriam D. Sanner
Gloria R. Saville
Thomas R. Watters

 


Dr. Cynthia S. Bambara
President, Allegany College of Maryland

David R. Jones
Vice President of Advancement and Community Relations and
Executive Director of the Allegany College of Maryland Foundation

 

The Allegany College of Maryland Foundation is a not-for-profit foundation organized and incorporated under Maryland law. Its purpose is to receive private gifts, bequests, and donations, and to account for, manage, and help appreciate monies or property submitted to the Foundation or College. Such donations are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law. Funds for the Foundation are distributed to encourage and promote the growth, progress, and general welfare of Allegany College of Maryland.

The Foundation Board of Directors is composed of individuals who represent positive leadership and community influence and who have expressed an interest and desire to use their influence on behalf of the College through the Foundation.

The Foundation activities and support include, but are not limited to:

  • Merit Scholarships for recognition of academic achievement;
  • Scholarships for students with financial need;
  • Development of regional and national interest in support of the College;
  • Planning for special College activities and programs;
  • Awards for special achievement; and
  • Management and investment of funds.

Gifts to the Foundation may be made in any one of several ways and can usually be arranged to achieve maximum tax benefits to the donor while, at the same time, providing generous support to education. Contributions may be made by gifts of cash, real or personal property, securities, provisions of a will, insurance policies, life income gifts, or the establishment of trusts. Gifts may be awarded for a specific purpose or given without restriction on use.

Persons interested in contributing to the Allegany College of Maryland Foundation, Inc. should contact any of the Foundation Board of Directors, their financial or legal representative, and/or the Foundation’s Executive Director. Inquiries concerning the Allegany College of Maryland Foundation can be made by writing or calling:

Executive Director
Allegany College of Maryland Foundation, Inc.
12401 Willowbrook Road, SE
Cumberland, MD 21502-2596
Phone: 301-784-5200

The Bedford County Regional Educational Foundation, Inc.

The Bedford County Regional Education Foundation was established as a non-profit foundation organized and incorporated under Pennsylvania law. The purpose of the foundation is to receive private gifts, bequests, and donations and to account for, manage and help appreciate monies or property submitted to the foundation or College. Such donations are deductible. Funds for the foundation are distributed to encourage and promote the growth, progress and general welfare of Allegany College of Maryland in Bedford County, Pennsylvania.

The Foundation activities and support include, but are not limited to:

  • Scholarship support to students;
  • Tuition assistance program for college-age and Early College students;
  • Emergency book funding assistance;
  • Bedford County Scholastic Hall of Fame;
  • Management and investment of funds; and
  • Development of campus facilities and infrastructure.

Gifts given to the Bedford County Regional Education Foundation assist students in reaching their dreams of postsecondary education. Contributions to the Foundation may support the scholarship endowment fund, establishment of new scholarship opportunities, Early College tuition assistance, emergency book funding, facility development, technology upgrades, a specific purpose, or given without restriction of use.

Persons interested in contributing to the Bedford County Regional Education Foundation should contact any of the Foundation members and/or the Director of PA Advancement and Community Relations. Inquiries concerning the Bedford County Regional Education Foundation may be made by calling or writing:

Bedford County Regional Education Foundation, Inc.
18 North River Lane
Everett, PA 15537
Phone: 814-652-9528

 

Bedford County Regional Education Foundation Board of Directors

Lynn Ashe, Secretary
Dirk Barkman
Todd Beatty
Craig Cutchall
Garry Goss
Meredith Hendershot
Dan Koontz, Chair
Josh Lang
Beth Manges, Vice Chair
Mike Miller
Kirt Morris, Treasurer
Dr. Christina Ramsey
Dr. Dan Webb
Larry Williams


Dr. Cynthia S. Bambara
President, Allegany College of Maryland

Samantha Davis

Foundation and Community Relations Assistant

Tina Imes

Director of the Bedford County Campus and Student Services

Leah Pepple

Director of PA Advancement and Community Relations

Bedford County Campus Advisory Committee

The purpose and function of the Bedford County Campus Advisory Committee is to provide assistance and recommendations to the Board of Trustees and ACM administration concerning all aspects of the operation and development of the Bedford County Campus.

Mark Bollman
Kelly Burtnett-Myers
Karen Everhart
Erin Geller
Kellie Goodman Shaffer
Jim Hollis
Beth Hullihan

Danielle Imes-Foor
Melissa Jacobs, Vice Chair
Dan Koontz
Mike Miller
Larry Myers, Chair
Dr. Christina Ramsey
Jill Reigh
Dr. Allen Sell
Bette Slayton
Denise Steele
Mark Szanca
Larry Williams