Give to Tri-C
Giving online is the most expedient way of getting resources to students who need them most. Gifts mailed or forwarded in other ways also may take a little longer to receipt and process. Thank you for your understanding, and for supporting Tri-C students.
Give online with a credit card or establish a recurring gift through our secure, online form. To cancel a recurring gift please call 216-987-4868 or send an email to Foundation@tri-c.edu.
A printable form is available to accompany mailed donations. Mail a check payable to Tri-C Foundation to: Cuyahoga Community College Foundation / 700 Carnegie Ave. / Cleveland, OH 44115
Your gift is tax deductible as permitted by law in the calendar year it is given.
If your employer or your spouse’s matches qualifying donations, your gift could double or triple in value. Use this convenient search tool to find out if your company will match your gift. Or, ask your human resources department to see if your employer participates.
Named and endowed scholarship funds are a meaningful way to carry on a family or corporate legacy and help students access the American Dream for generations to come. A gift officer can help you achieve your philanthropic goal at 216-987-4868.
Securities (Stocks, Bonds, Mutual Funds)
Market conditions may have created a giving opportunity for stocks and bonds, which you may wish to transfer to the Tri-C Foundation with tax savings for you. Talk with one of our gift officers at 216-987-4868 to see if this a fit for you.
Gifts in Kind
Gifts of equipment or materials can be a valuable choice. Please contact the Foundation if you are considering such a gift.
Planned gifts, generally pledged today and transferred to the Tri-C Foundation after your lifetime, make it possible to leave a legacy and ensure your personal satisfaction and recognition today. Talk with one of our gift officers at 216-987-4868 to see if this a fit for you.
The Foundation may consider gifts of private, commercial or agricultural property. If you are considering such a gift, contact the Foundation as early as possible so that we may jointly decide the best use.
Works of art, valuable books and/or furnishings are considered gifts of personal property. An appraisal is required in specific situations for non-cash contributions. Contact the Tri-C Foundation before arranging a gift.