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Ways to Give

Outright Gifts:

Cash, securities of stock or mutual funds, real and personal property. Gifts in honor or memory of a loved one, a friend, or business associate. Matching gifts from employers which match the contributions of their employees or retirees.


Establishing an endowment is the best way for your gift to have a permanent impact at Jefferson Community and Technical College. In an endowment, only the income earned off of the donation is expended, creating a gift that will impact the college and its students in perpetuity. Endowments can be designated for a specific area of interest, as well as being named after a loved one, friend, or business associate. Corporations and business partners can also create endowments to make a long-lasting impact on Jefferson.

Planned Giving:

A planned gift maximizes your giving potential and allows for giving to continue after passing. Planned gifts usually need the assistance of a professional advisor to determine what is best for you, your family members, and/or your estate.

Types of Gifts

  • Cash
  • Securities
  • Real and Personal Property
  • Life Insurance
  • Charitable Gift Annuities
  • Charitable Lead Trust
  • Charitable Remainder Trust

Support Jefferson Community and Technical College

Your cash donation or planned gift will be strategically invested in the people and programs that make Jefferson such a valuable community institution.

Investment Opportunities

Jefferson Community and Technical College currently has several initiatives supporting student success. Your investment will advanced these initiatives to ensure that students are prepared to enter a career or transfer to a four-year college or university.

The college also owes much of its ability to effectively serve students to its business partnerships. Partnering allows the college to target specific workforce needs and often provides critically needed funding. In most cases, the partnerships have had a lasting economic impact on the surrounding region

Contact the Office of Advancement to make a gift or to discuss tax-deferable, planned giving options.