“I wish I could do more.”
So many times our donors express these words. Their generosity provides support for student scholarships and educational program development and enhancement at Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C). Their gifts make an impact on the lives of those in our community and enrich our entire region. Still, many friends would like to provide even further assistance, if only they were able.
Planned giving options can make it possible for a donor’s gift to have surprising significance for Tri-C and its students, at a low cost to the donor. Yes, it is possible for your gift to have a significant impact – make the kind of contribution many friends of the Tri-C Foundation aspire to make, with some foresight. These are gifts that truly make a difference, that ensure a level of support that magnifies our ability to fulfill the mission of Cuyahoga Community College. These are the types of gifts that ensure your personal satisfaction and recognition.
Gifts such as these leave a legacy for the future and can result from planning WHAT to give, HOW to give and WHEN to give. The information on this site illustrates different options and many ways of making a planned gift, including charitable gift annuities, gifts of stock, bequests and memorial gifts. Every donor and every situation is different. The Tri-C Foundation team can help you design your gift to match your personal circumstances and philanthropic goals.
Thank you for your consideration of a planned gift with the Tri-C Foundation. Please contact me to start a conversation on how we can partner together for a giving program that meets your philanthropic goals and touches the lives of students for generations to come.
Vice President, Development
President, Tri-C Foundation
The information in the website is not intended as legal advice. For legal advice, please consult an attorney. Figures cited in examples are for hypothetical purposes only and are subject to change. References to income tax apply to federal taxes only. Federal estate tax, state income/estate taxes or state law may impact your results.