King+King Architects Believe In Better

King+King Architects presents the OCC Foundation’s “Believe In Better” campaign a check for $10,000. Pictured (left to right) are Lisa Moore of the OCC Foundation, King+King Architect’s Jim King, Kirk Narburgh, Peter King, and Jason Benedict, and Kelly Venturini of the OCC Foundation.

 

Onondaga Community College’s “Believe In Better” fundraising campaign received a generous boost recently from King+King Architects. New York State’s oldest architectural firm presented the OCC Foundation with a $10,000 check. The donation will be used to provide a quality, affordable education to students.

“Having been a part of the OCC Foundation Board for many years, I am humbled by the work the college is doing,” said Peter King, Partner, King+King Architects and Honorary Co-Chair of the Believe in Better fundraising campaign. “Students, many of whom come from challenged backgrounds, are getting a chance at a better future through education. We believe that this investment will help improve the Central New York economy.”

“King+King Architects, as a business leader, is proud to make this investment in OCC and our community,” said Kirk Narbaugh, CEO and Managing Partner, King+King Architects. “This is an investment we truly believe will foster the growth and development of a talented workforce for all of Central New York and beyond.”

“We’re honored to have King+King Architects as one of our partners in education. Their support of our students is invaluable both in their generosity to our Believe In Better campaign and the amazing work they’ve done with buildings on our campus. Onondaga Community College is a better place because of King+King Architects,” said Lisa Moore, Vice President, Development and Executive Director, Onondaga Community College Foundation.

You can learn more about supporting students through our Believe In Better fundraising campaign here.

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