Through the dedicated giving of donors, the Foundation is able to ensure scholarship funding, provide modern technology to the classroom, retain outstanding faculty members, and develop state of the art facilities. Financial gifts provide the means by which students can learn, grow, and thrive at Greenville Technical College.
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Other Ways to Give
Giving online is easy and secure by using the form above!
Make checks payable to the Greenville Tech Foundation, Inc. and mail to:
Greenville Tech Foundation, Inc.
MS 6002, PO Box 5616
Greenville, SC 29606
If you’re interested in making a pledge, these may be payable over a period of up to five years from the original date of your pledge. These payments can be made one time, monthly, quarterly, or annually. Anyone paying by credit card, or employees choosing payroll deduction, may make a pledge online. Additionally, you can fill out a paper gift form and mail your pledge details to us. If you are an employee of Greenville Technical College click here to print a form, otherwise click here. Please mail the form to us at the address given at the top of the form, or scan and email it to [email protected].
To make a gift of appreciated securities that have been held for at least one year, inform your broker or bank and request they contact the Greenville Tech Foundation at (864) 250-8497. This gift may entitle the donor to an immediate income tax deduction for the current fair market value, as well as provide savings in capital gains tax. The value is based on the median price using the high and low prices of the security on the day it was transferred to the Foundation. For tax reasons, it is generally not advisable to sell appreciated securities and then donate the proceeds to the Foundation. It’s generally best to donate the appreciated securities instead. We recommend you contact your tax advisor for the latest information that is specific to your personal situation.
Gifts of real estate, personal property, equipment, office furniture, computers, and other in-kind items are counted at fair market value. Gifts valued at $5,000 or more require a qualified third-party appraiser, subject to applicable IRS rules and regulations. Appreciated assets must be held for at least one year before being donated to a charity if the donor intends to claim the appreciated value as a gift. We recommend you contact your tax advisor for the latest information that is specific to your personal situation.
Corporate matching gifts count toward your contribution and may significantly increase the value of your total gift. Check with your company to determine if a gift from you or your spouse is eligible for a Matching Gift. If you are eligible, enclose the company matching gift form with your donation.
There are many additional forms of giving that will help the students and college and may provide tax benefits or income for you.
- Become a Member of the Legacy Society
The distinguished Legacy Society honors planned giving donors for their support of the Greenville Tech Foundation’s mission. Legacy Society membership is for donors who have included the Foundation as a beneficiary in their will, estate plans, or other instrument at a value to exceed $10,000.
- Planned Giving Options
There are many options to explore, including:
- Beneficiary Designations
- Wills and Living Trusts
- Charitable Gift Annuities
- Charitable Remainder Trusts
- Appreciated Securities
- Charitable Lead Trusts
- Donor Advised Funds
- Endowed Gifts
- Life Insurance
- Memorials and Tribute Gifts
- Real Estate
- Retirement Plan Assets
- Tangible Personal Property
For More Information
We welcome the opportunity to have a confidential conversation with you at no obligation. For more information on any of the above options, please contact any of the below individuals at the Greenville Tech Foundation: