2021 Black Tie Harvest for Scholarships – POSTPONED. New Date: November, 13, 2021.
- If you rsvp’d for the original date of September 25, your reservation will automatically carry over to the new date of November 13.
- If you wish to change your original reservation, please contact Nancy Kinney at 712.325.3257 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
- If you wish to make a new reservation, please visit the Black Tie Reservations link below or revise and return the original rsvp card.
Thank you for supporting Iowa Western, See you on November 13!
After the difficulties of the past year and the cancellation of our 2020 event, we are excited to be planning for the return of our Black Tie gala in 2021. While safety continues to be our utmost concern, we are optimistic that we will once again have the opportunity to gather together in support of Iowa Western student scholarships.
The annual Black Tie Harvest for Scholarships is the single largest fundraising event for Iowa Western Community College. Over the past 23 years, Black Tie events have raised more than $2.5 million in scholarships. On September 25, 2021, college partners and community supporters will once again gather on campus for the Black Tie Harvest dinner and auction; an elegant evening of fun, food, and fundraising.
Black Tie Reservations
Black Tie Donations
2021 Event Chairs and Co-Chairs
Bryan Hill and Pam Beall-Hill
John and Leslie Southard, and Scott Hoffman
|Dr. Dan Kinney, IWCC President|
Molly Noon, Foundation Director
|Tim Dickmeyer, Black Tie Co-Director|
Stacy Shockey, Black Tie Co-Director
Susan and Keith Bentley
Alyssa and Don Kohler
Jean and Dr. John Marshall
Joanie and Ron Tekippe
Terri and Larry Winum
To create an annual event bringing visibility, recognizing friends, and securing resources for college scholarships.
The Black Tie Harvest is Iowa Western Community College’s largest single fundraising event, raising more than 2.3 million dollars during the past 21 years the Black Tie Harvest for Scholarships event provides internal scholarship support to IWCC students. With nearly 70 percent of IWCC students qualifying for financial assistance, the need for scholarship support is greater than ever.