For Immediate Release
October 10, 2006
Kerr County Abstract Presents Check to Hill Country College Fund
KERRVILLE, Texas – Kerr County Abstract & Title Company of Kerrville recently presented Schreiner University’s Hill Country College Fund with a check for $1,500. The company’s donation to HCCF will help fund need-based tuition assistance grants for area Schreiner students.
from left, Bob & Diane Green, owners of Kerr County Abstract & Title Company, and Jennifer Farhoudi, associate director of development for annual giving at Schreiner University
“Kerr County Abstract & Title Company is a company that believes strongly in the importance of education,” said Jennifer Farhoudi, associate director of development for annual giving at Schreiner University. “Not only have they given a very generous gift that enables local students to attend Schreiner and pursue their dream of a college education, but owner Diane Green also gives her time to our students as this year’s campaign chairwoman. They have done so much for Hill Country College Fund and our students and we are very appreciative.”
Since the Hill Country College Fund began in 1977, it has provided more than $8 million in need-based tuition assistance to students from Kimble, Kerr, Gillespie, Kendall, Bandera, Real, and Edwards counties and helps more than 250 Hill Country students annually. Hill Country College Fund grants provide an average of over $2,900 a year per recipient and one hundred percent of funds raised goes directly to student scholarships.
If you would like more information on how the Hill Country College Fund is making a difference for area Schreiner University students, or if you would like to make a contribution, visit Schreiner’s Web site at www.schreiner.edu or call 830-792-7201.