147% of $4,500 goal
Help us kick off the KnightsQuest!
As a result of your efforts over the past 10 weeks, our students, alumni, faculty, staff, fans, and family members have given back in a tremendous way. Stay tuned for the final count on total dollars, food, and hours raised by the 2020 Give Back Initiative: COMBAT HUNGER!
KnightQuest is an opportunity for YOU - students, faculty, staff and alumni - to team up with your fellow Knights in support Central Penn College’s annual philanthropic initiative. Teams will be created and will compete to raise funds, donations, and support during the specified competition period. This year, the college announced that its philanthropic initiative is
Combat Hunger, which will address food insecurity throughout the Central PA region!
About KnightQuest 2020: Combat Hunger
College fundraising challenge that benefits the following food banks/pantries:
Combat Hunger Campaign Kickoff
Building Your Team
Your first step is to create your team. Each team is recommended to have around 10 members. Teams can be organized by club involvement, program of study, housing assignments, or any group of students, faculty, staff, alumni or coworkers.
To join a team, visit https://givebutter.com/KnightQuest/join
To register your team, complete the online registration form located at the "Fundraise" button.
Here is a short video on how to sign up.
About Central Penn College
Central Penn College is a small private college in central Pennsylvania offering nine bachelor of science degree programs, seven associate in science degree programs, three associate in applied science degree programs, a master of professional studies degree program and a post secondary certificate program.
Since 1881, Central Penn has been a leader in delivering career-focused education to students in Pennsylvania and beyond. With an average student to teacher ratio of 15 to 1, students are family to us and will never feel like “just a number” at our institution.
Central Penn’s career-relevant programs are taught by supportive faculty with real-world experience. Accelerated 11-week terms and a year-round schedule enable students to complete a bachelor’s degree in three years, if they go full-time during each term. Students enjoy small class sizes, hands-on learning and a variety of convenient course formats, including day, evening, in-person, online and hybrid classes.