Estate/Planned Gifts


Planned giving enables a donor to arrange charitable contributions in a manner that maximizes his or her personal objectives while minimizing tax costs. In particular, it can reduce or eliminate estate and gift taxes. Charitable giving can be a part of prudent estate planning, involving a number of tools that result in a larger inheritance for heirs.

An estate planner can recommend planned gifts to the MCCC Foundation, which welcomes charitable trusts; outright gifts of securities, real estate and tangible personal property (jewelry, paintings, etc.); and bequests.

On behalf of Mercer County Community College, the MCCC Foundation offers a variety of giving opportunities in support of facilities, scholarships/grants, specific department/division projects, and unrestricted resources to foster growth and excellence.

Your gifts sustain a tradition of generosity from one MCCC generation to the next. Please contact the Development Office to discuss your philanthropic interests.

Suggestions: The examples that follow are intended to encourage discussion, not to replace the recommendations and advice of your own professional counsel. The MCCC Foundation urges consultation with financial and legal advisors. Click on any suggestion to view details: