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How to Give

Incorporated in 1967, the John Tyler Community College Foundation raises money to support the work of the College, its students, and its faculty and staff. All funding is targeted to advance the College’s mission of providing quality educational opportunities that inspire student success and community vitality.

The Foundation is a nonprofit, tax-exempt 501(c)(3) organization. All gifts are tax deductible as allowed by law. For income tax purposes, the federal identification number for the John Tyler Community College Foundation, Inc. is 52-1389646. Its fiscal year is January 1 through December 31.

A Board of Directors, comprised of business and community leaders and College faculty members, governs the John Tyler Community College Foundation, Inc. The Foundation’s assets are managed by the Board and are audited annually by an independent accounting firm.

An investment in John Tyler Community College is an investment in the intellectual, cultural and economic vitality of our entire community. The Foundation offers a variety of investment opportunities to donors.

Outright Gift
You can make a gift now and have an immediate impact on the College. Your contribution may be made by personal check, money order, cashier’s check, Mastercard or Visa by filling out the Gift and Pledges Contribution Form. If you are on the Midlothian Campus, visit the Foundation Office during business hours (8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.) to swipe your credit or debit card and eliminate paperwork altogether!  You may also make a gift online.

Making a pledge to the College helps meet the need for scholarships, advanced programming, capital projects, and faculty development. Pledges can be paid on a monthly, quarterly, or annual basis.
Gift and Pledges Form

Gift of Stock
Making a stock gift is a convenient and easy way to donate. Stock gifts are especially beneficial to donors at the end of the year as they prepare to maximize their tax benefits.
Investing Form

Gifts of non-cash value or gifts of service to the College are considered gifts-in-kind. Examples of gifts-in-kind include educational equipment, supplies, art, books and professional services.

The Foundation Office is charged with reviewing all gifts, including in-kind, and will only accept gifts that are consistent with its core educational values. Please contact the Foundation to discuss your gift.

Matching Gift
Taking advantage of a corporate matching-gift program increases the impact of your personal gift. Inquire at your human resources or employee benefits office to determine if your company will match your gift.
Gift and Pledges Form

Planned Giving
• Life Income Gifts
• Life Insurance
• Real Estate
• Bequests
• Retirement Plan Gifts


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