Board of Trustees Societies
LCC's Board of Trustees societies connect opportunities to advance the cause of students with those at the heart and soul of mid-Michigan's philanthropic community. Though gifts may vary, our society donors all demonstrate the civic confidence and leading mentality that drives higher education. Donors are honored according to their gift.
- Abel B. Sykes Society for advancing learning
- Mackinaw Society for strengthening communities
- Brent Knight Society for beautifying spaces
- Philip J. Gannon Society for ongoing legacies
Named to honor the legacies of former presidents and substantial Naming Gifts, major donations to LCC’s Board of Trustees societies connect donors to the good their gifts do every day.
Few things establish and continue a legacy longer, or better, than timeless construction. Buildings outlast us and commemorate generosity for centuries. Although not all of our Naming Gifts create new buildings, all such gifts perpetuate the mission of LCC and our donors far into the future.
Making a Naming Gift entitles the donor to many opportunities and privileges befitting their philanthropy.
Making our spaces beautiful
Grand Avenue Partnership
Designed by LCC's Bruce Mackley, the Words Kiosk displays LCC’s core values of inclusiveness and service to community.
Improving our facilities
Philanthropic gifts in excess of $1.2 million enabled LCC to renovate the more than 40-year-old Arts & Sciences Building at Downtown Campus.
A Timeless, Lasting Tribute
Donating to honor loved ones and family members elevates their memory beyond the here and now and creates a legacy that will last for ages.
Gifts that Stand for 100 Years
Donors may fund an academic program at the college, which may afford that donor naming opportunities for that program in the space of their choice.
Leave a Rich Legacy
The donor has particular opportunities to elevate an extraordinary space at LCC. The opportunities for legacy-making that accompany gifts of such importance are vast and span generations.