As the college celebrates 50 years as a catalyst for personal, community and economic development, the TTC Foundation invites supporters to help the college continue its mission in the next 50 years and beyond.
The Fifty for Fifty Planned Giving Initiative seeks to provide 50 planned gifts for the future needs of TTC. Planned giving refers to various way people may support the college through their will or estate plan.
- You do not need to be wealthy to make a planned gift. Gifts of any amount are welcome, and participation is the focus.
- Planned gifts documented with the TTCF range in value from $2,000 to over $1,000,000.
- Planned giving doesn’t have to be complicated. Most planned gifts are made by naming the TTC Foundation in your will or as a beneficiary of a retirement account or life insurance policy.
- Bequests through a will are made in consultation with your estate lawyer.
- Beneficiary designations are made by you without the assistance of an attorney.
- Planned giving is about giving for the future and creating a legacy to support the students and employees who will be here in the next 50 years and beyond. Planned gifts can be made with no restrictions or for a specific purpose. For example:
- A planned gift of $2,500 invested in the TTCF endowment will generate an annual gift of $100
- A planned gift of $30,000 can create an endowed scholarship fund to provide a $1,200 award each year.
The TTC Foundation recognizes planned gift donors through the Legacy Society and brings them together at an annual luncheon. If you have already remembered the college in your estate plan, please let us know.
Learn more about planned giving or contact Keith Rumrill at email@example.com or (843) 574-6196.