Foundation – Give Now

Your gift really does matter. There are many ways you can support Ogden-Weber Tech College Foundation’s mission to impact economic development through technical education. Every contribution, whatever the size, makes a difference and is deeply appreciated.

  • Mail your donation by printing this form
  • Request an invoice or process credit card by phone, call 801-627-8304 or email

Your investment may be designated for any of our current priorities:

Scholarship Fund

The Foundation assists more than 150 low-moderate income and academically talented students each year with scholarships to assist them to continue or complete training.

Funding for the Scholarship Fund is made possible by the generosity of more than 200 donors each year.

Academic Learning Center

Students reading below grade level receive one-on-one tutoring in this dedicated lab. Partial funding for the Academic Learning Center has been provided by generous grants from the St. Benedict’s Foundation, the Alan and Jeanne Hall Foundation, the Sally Langdon-Barefoot Foundation, Wells Fargo, and the employees and board members of the Ogden-Weber Tech College.

Student Success Center

Established in 2010, the Student Success Center provides one-on-one coaching for students to help them stay in school, complete training, and obtain and retain career employment. The center served more than 1,000 students in its first year.

Partial funding for the Student Success Center has been generously provided by the Cross Charitable Foundation, the Latter-day Saints Foundation, the Sally Langdon-Barefoot Foundation, and the employees and board members of the Ogden-Weber Tech College.

Endowment Fund

This fund builds over time to provide investment income for future Foundation priorities and projects.

In-Kind Contributions

The college’s 50+ programs always need equipment and materials to give students the kind of “real world” experience employers require.  Contact Monica at 801-395-3781 or for more information.

The Ogden-Weber Tech College Foundation is a nonprofit organization under IRS code 501(c)3  formed exclusively for educational charitable purposes to promote the educational mission of the Ogden-Weber Tech College. With a volunteer board of trustees and professional support from the college, the foundation maintains a policy that no administrative costs are deducted from donations.

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Monica Schwenk

Monica Schwenk, Development Director