Your Donation Makes a Difference
With the generous support from our alumni, friends, corporations, foundations—and you—we help to give PCC a “margin of excellence” that would not be possible without support above and beyond state funding.
Our Annual Support
In addition to our annual projects, The Pasadena City College Foundation has conducted several successful major gift campaigns, helping to transform the campus and giving PCC one of the most beautiful and functional community college campuses in the country.
The Center for the Arts
Our capital campaign raised funds to provide support above the voter approved construction bonds for the of New Center for the Arts Building on the PCC Campus.
Boone Sculpture Garden
Named in memory of George and Fern Boone, was made possible through the generosity of their son, Dr. George Boone. Through generous donations from Adelaide Hixon, three sculptures by world-renowned artists have been placed in the Boone Sculpture Garden.
The Galloway Plaza
The plaza in the Sculpture Garden is named Galloway Plaza, honoring local real estate developer, Bill Galloway. Mr. Galloway is also an Advisory Board member of the Pasadena City College Foundation.
Jameson Foundation Amphitheater
The Jameson Foundation Amphitheater, is a major component of the Sculpture Garden.
Robinson Stadium was completed in the summer of 1999 and used for the first time during the fall semester. The stadium provides grandstand seating for 5,400 and includes an all-weather track and a field designed for both football and soccer. Its construction was one part of a larger $22 million physical education facilities project at PCC.
Additional Physical Educational Campaigns
Dick Ratliff Court of Champions
Help Give PCC A "Margin of Excellence"
No matter the amount, your donation helps us continue to support our students' and faculty's innovation, creativity, and academic pursuit.