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INVOLVED

From scholarship sponsors, to donors, to committee members - it truly takes a village to make this thing work. Join us in supporting the DCG senior class as they set out to chase their dreams.

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YOUR SUPPORT

We can't provide DCG students scholarships without the support of our community! One way to support our future leaders is with a donation toward DCGEF's fundraising efforts.

 

Choose one of these easy ways to donate:

ONLINE

 

BY MAIL

Send your donation to:
DCG Education Foundation

PO Box 945

Grimes, IA 50111

Thank you for your support!

RED DINNER & AUCTION

Help Raise Education Dollars with an
evening of fun and philanthropy!

Each fall, DCGEF hosts the annual RED dinner and auction to raise money for scholarship programs. RED stands for "Raising Education Dollars".

There are many ways to participate in RED events - either by purchasing a ticket, bidding on a silent auction item, donating items for auction or volunteering to help.

 

In 2021, the RED dinner and auction raised $66,000! Click below to subscribe to DCGEF email communications and don't miss out on your chance to help the RED cause.

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Registration Open!

2022 RED Dinner and Auction

Saturday, November 5, 2022

Three Sisters Barn - Dallas Center

VOLUNTEER

There are many ways to lend your time and talents to the mission of raising scholarship dollars for DCG seniors. We will gladly take any help you are willing to give! Here are some ways to get involved:

  • Join the events committee - this team plans our fundraising events, such as the annual RED Dinner and Auction. It takes a lot of hands to make these events successful fundraisers for our cause.
     

  • Join the marketing committee - if you have a writing or designing background, we'd love to use your talents to help get the word out about DCGEF!
     

  • Join the scholarship committee - help us stay in touch with scholarship sponsors and DCG students as they work through applications and directing scholarship payments.