Bucks to Benefit RCC Students: $1 Clothing Sale at Two Rogue Community College Campuses

Community donations and purchases support RCC student scholarships

Jackson and Josephine counties (April 22, 2024) –– The American Association for Women in Community Colleges -Rogue Community College Chapter (AAWCC-RCC) is holding a $1 Clothing Sale at two of the RCC campuses. The event is hosted by AAWCC-RCC and open to the public in support of RCC Foundation student scholarships. Most items are $1 each.

The Josephine County fundraising event will be held at RCC’s Redwood Campus on April 23, 2024, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and April 24, 2024, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Student Center (adjacent to the Café) at 3345 Redwood Highway in Grants Pass.

The Jackson County fundraising event will be held at RCC’s Riverside Campus on April 24, 2024 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and April 25, 2024, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in Room 129 of the Higher Education Center (HEC) at 101 S. Bartlett Street in Medford.

Celebrating the spirit of Earth Day, buyers may purchase clean and gently worn clothing and accessories for men, women and children of all ages that were donated by members of the community.

AAWCC-RCC has continued to support student scholarships and programs annually since 2006 and offers their full appreciation for the support received from the community.

Donations to support AAWCC and RCC’s scholarship funds can be made at roguecc.edu/foundation and by clicking Donate Online. While completing the form, donors are asked to please type “AAWCC-RCC” in the box for designated contributions.

To learn more about AAWCC-RCC, visit roguecc.edu/aawcc or contact the AAWCC-RCC Board at AAWCCRCCBoard@roguecc.edu or 541-956-7411



The American Association for Women in Community College-Rogue Community College Chapter (AAWCC-RCC) is designed to encourage professional development for women in community colleges, support women in leadership roles, develop communication among women in community colleges, promote and offer local and state workshops and disseminate information on courses, programs and services for professional women. The mission is to challenge, champion and celebrate each other while members volunteer to raise money for student scholarships and programs.

AAWCC-RCC (www.roguecc.edu/AAWCC) is a chapter of the state organization, AAWCC-Oregon (www.aawccoregon.org), which is part of the National organization (www.aawccnatl.org).

For general media inquiries or to schedule an interview with RCC staff, please contact Director, Marketing & Communications/PIO Kelly Gonzales at 541-955-7525, kgonzales@roguecc.edu.