A Commitment to Excellence in Education
Foundation Funding Considered For:
- Scholarships for our graduates
- Capital improvements
- Technology & furnishings
- Fine arts and athletic equipment
- Staff incentive & enhancement programs
- Collaborative community projects that benefit MOC-FV
As alumni, please consider that you are personally contributing to all of the foundation projects and scholarships when you purchase a membership. When you make your tax-deductible contribution, you are investing in the future. Click Here for the Foundation Membership Form
Ways to Invest
Cash – Checks can made out to MOC-FV Foundation Treasurer, PO Box 257, Orange City, IA 51041
Securities – Gifts of appreciated stock. Ask your broker how.
Real Estate – Gifts of farmland or other property
Life Insurance – Naming MOC-FV Foundation as a beneficiary of a life insurance policy.
Gifts in Kind – Contribute merchandise and/or services from your home or business that may benefit the district.
Matching Gifts – Many companies will match your charitable gifts. Ask your HR department at work.
Memorials – Directing memorial gifts in honor of your loved ones in support of MOC-FV.
Deferred Gifts – Have you considered designating a percentage of your estate in support of the MOC-FV Foundation?
Contact Paul Aykens at 712-737-3195 if you have questions or interest in giving to our Foundation.
THANK YOU for supporting the students & staff of MOC-Floyd Valley Community Schools
Areas that may be addressed with Foundation Funds
Capital Improvements – Assistance to Needy Students
Support of School Related Activities, both academic and extra-curricular
Scholarships for Graduates – Computer Lab Additions – Library Furnishings
Equipment for Music and Drama – Athletic Equipment/Facilities
Staff Incentive/Enhancement Programs – Educational Program Flexibility
Community Projects which Provide Mutual Benefits for MOC-Floyd Valley
Gifts of any amount are greatly appreciated and individual gifts will have a tremendous impact on the school’s programs. Individuals may designate funds for use in any specific area they desire.