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We welcome your support and gifts are tax-deductible as allowed by federal law. The Foundation is a 501(3)(c) organization and we will acknowledge your gift with a receipt for tax purposes.

Mail to: P.O. Box 30, Supply, NC 28462
Phone: (910) 755-8517 or 755-7305
Office: Building A, Room  274
 

Cash and/or Check Direct Cash.The easiest way to give.You can even make a donation by credit card online at www.Brunswickcollegefoundation.com. Cash gifts are deductible up to 50% of your adjusted gross income on your federal income tax return.If your gift exceeds 50%, you may deduct the remainder over the following 5 years, up to 50% of adjusted gross income in each year.

Credit Card Contributions can be made on a one-time basis or on a payment schedule by using Visa, MasterCard,  or Discover.

In person
By mail
By phone
Online

Donate Online Contributions can be made easily and securely online via PayPal. Click on the Donate link below to make a contribution using Visa, MasterCard, or Discover.

Pledges Donors may choose to make pledges of future gifts. Pledges signify that full payment is expected at some point in the future and are recorded as such. Payment options are flexible and can be invoiced monthly, quarterly, yearly, or on a customized schedule. Downloadable PDF Pledge Card

In person
By mail
By phone
 

Securities Gifts of securities such as stocks and IRA rollovers can offer attractive tax advantages to the donor. Speak to your financial advisor or accountant to learn about the benefits of donating securities. For more information, call (910-755-8517)

Bequests A bequest is a gift of money or property through a will. Charitable bequests often reduce or eliminate estate taxes. Discuss this option with your attorney to learn how your legacy can support future BCC students. For more information, call (910)755-7305 or 755-8517.

Gifts-In-Kind Gifts-in-kind are donated tangible and intangible assets and property. Some examples include artwork, books, equipment, automobiles and artifacts. These gifts must be reviewed with special care to ensure their usefulness to the college’s programs. All gifts are subject to approval by the Executive Director of the Foundation prior to acceptance. For more information, call (910)755-7305

Matching Gifts Many companies match charitable contributions made by their current or former employees or board members. Donors should provide the appropriate matching gift form for submission to the matching gift company. Donors receive full credit for both the original and the matching gift. BCC Foundation welcomes this opportunity to multiply your gift.Please check with your company’s human resources office.

Honorary/Memorial Gifts Gifts may be made to the College to honor or memorialize a friend, family member or loved one. Such gifts are acknowledged to the donor and to the person being honored or to the person’s family if he/she is being memorialized.

Named Gifts The naming of a building, laboratory, classroom or campus does more than create a sense of place.It serves as a long-lasting tribute to your generosity and may be in honor or memory of someone. BCC Foundation offers a variety of naming opportunities, from funding an entire campus to naming a classroom. For example:

Conference Rooms
Campuses
Centers
Buildings
Laboratories
Classrooms
 

Planned Gifts Planned giving allows you the option of supporting the college financially without drawing on your current income. There are several options to consider including bequests, life insurance, charitable trusts and charitable annuities. These types of gifts ensure future funding for our students, but can also provide tax benefits to the donor now. Speak to your family attorney or tax advisor to find out which giving options are best for you. Split-Interest Gifts are also available.With these, the donor gives an irrevocable gift, and either the donor or the charity receives a periodic income in return.

Charitable Remainder Trust
Wealth Replacement Option
Charitable Lead Trust
Pooled Income Fund
 

Stocks and Bonds BCC Foundation welcomes gifts of stocks and bonds.The foundation’s policy states that stocks and bonds received must be sold as soon as possible after receipt.Donating gifts of appreciated stocks and bonds is beneficial to individuals and corporations because you are able to deduct the full market value of an appreciated stock without paying capital gains taxes on the appreciated value.

Real Estate BCC Foundation accepts gifts of real estate, which can be one of the best ways to make a large gift to the college while enjoying significant tax benefits.Gifts of real estate are typically made as outright gifts or part gift/part sale (also known as bargain sale) but can also be made as the resource for a charitable remainder trust or retained life estates. Gifts of real estate enjoy the same tax benefits as gifts of appreciated stocks and bonds. However, additional benefits may be possible depending on how the gift is made.

Gift Giving Life Insurance Donors may purchase a life insurance policy naming the college as the beneficiary.Donor may receive a current income tax deduction of premium and remove value of policy from their taxable estate if insured lives 3 years.

*With all charitable giving techniques listed, please see your tax advisor for the tax results in your situation.

 

Ways to give

We welcome your support and gifts are tax-deductible as allowed by federal law. The Foundation is a 501(3)(c) organization and we will acknowledge your gift with a receipt for tax purposes.

Mail to: P.O. Box 30, Supply, NC 28462
Phone: (910) 755-8517 or 755-7305
Office: Building A, Room  274
 

Cash and/or Check Direct Cash.The easiest way to give.You can even make a donation by credit card online at www.Brunswickcollegefoundation.com. Cash gifts are deductible up to 50% of your adjusted gross income on your federal income tax return.If your gift exceeds 50%, you may deduct the remainder over the following 5 years, up to 50% of adjusted gross income in each year.

Credit Card Contributions can be made on a one-time basis or on a payment schedule by using Visa, MasterCard,  or Discover.

In person
By mail
By phone
Online

Donate Online Contributions can be made easily and securely online via PayPal. Click on the Donate link below to make a contribution using Visa, MasterCard, or Discover.

Pledges Donors may choose to make pledges of future gifts. Pledges signify that full payment is expected at some point in the future and are recorded as such. Payment options are flexible and can be invoiced monthly, quarterly, yearly, or on a customized schedule. Downloadable PDF Pledge Card

In person
By mail
By phone
 

Securities Gifts of securities such as stocks and IRA rollovers can offer attractive tax advantages to the donor. Speak to your financial advisor or accountant to learn about the benefits of donating securities. For more information, call (910-755-8517)

Bequests A bequest is a gift of money or property through a will. Charitable bequests often reduce or eliminate estate taxes. Discuss this option with your attorney to learn how your legacy can support future BCC students. For more information, call (910)755-7305 or 755-8517.

Gifts-In-Kind Gifts-in-kind are donated tangible and intangible assets and property. Some examples include artwork, books, equipment, automobiles and artifacts. These gifts must be reviewed with special care to ensure their usefulness to the college’s programs. All gifts are subject to approval by the Executive Director of the Foundation prior to acceptance. For more information, call (910)755-7305

Matching Gifts Many companies match charitable contributions made by their current or former employees or board members. Donors should provide the appropriate matching gift form for submission to the matching gift company. Donors receive full credit for both the original and the matching gift. BCC Foundation welcomes this opportunity to multiply your gift.Please check with your company’s human resources office.

Honorary/Memorial Gifts Gifts may be made to the College to honor or memorialize a friend, family member or loved one. Such gifts are acknowledged to the donor and to the person being honored or to the person’s family if he/she is being memorialized.

Named Gifts The naming of a building, laboratory, classroom or campus does more than create a sense of place.It serves as a long-lasting tribute to your generosity and may be in honor or memory of someone. BCC Foundation offers a variety of naming opportunities, from funding an entire campus to naming a classroom. For example:

Conference Rooms
Campuses
Centers
Buildings
Laboratories
Classrooms
 

Planned Gifts Planned giving allows you the option of supporting the college financially without drawing on your current income. There are several options to consider including bequests, life insurance, charitable trusts and charitable annuities. These types of gifts ensure future funding for our students, but can also provide tax benefits to the donor now. Speak to your family attorney or tax advisor to find out which giving options are best for you. Split-Interest Gifts are also available.With these, the donor gives an irrevocable gift, and either the donor or the charity receives a periodic income in return.

Charitable Remainder Trust
Wealth Replacement Option
Charitable Lead Trust
Pooled Income Fund
 

Stocks and Bonds BCC Foundation welcomes gifts of stocks and bonds.The foundation’s policy states that stocks and bonds received must be sold as soon as possible after receipt.Donating gifts of appreciated stocks and bonds is beneficial to individuals and corporations because you are able to deduct the full market value of an appreciated stock without paying capital gains taxes on the appreciated value.

Real Estate BCC Foundation accepts gifts of real estate, which can be one of the best ways to make a large gift to the college while enjoying significant tax benefits.Gifts of real estate are typically made as outright gifts or part gift/part sale (also known as bargain sale) but can also be made as the resource for a charitable remainder trust or retained life estates. Gifts of real estate enjoy the same tax benefits as gifts of appreciated stocks and bonds. However, additional benefits may be possible depending on how the gift is made.

Gift Giving Life Insurance Donors may purchase a life insurance policy naming the college as the beneficiary.Donor may receive a current income tax deduction of premium and remove value of policy from their taxable estate if insured lives 3 years.

*With all charitable giving techniques listed, please see your tax advisor for the tax results in your situation.