Outright gifts have an immediate impact on South Piedmont Community College and the education of its students. These types of gifts are an attractive option because they may provide you with the greatest tax savings and benefits. You can help ensure the future success of South Piedmont Community College (SPCC) by making a gift today.
Types of Outright Gifts include:
Gifts of Cash
The most convenient way to support SPCC is through a gift of cash. Please mail your check payable to the South Piedmont Community College Foundation. You may also choose to make a credit card gift securely online. To make a secure online credit card contribution to the SPCC Foundation, please click here. For assistance or to make a contribution by phone, please call 704-290-5893.
Please mail your check to:
P.O. Box 126
Polkton, NC 28135
Gift of Securities
Gifts of appreciated stocks, bonds or other securities allow you to make substantial gifts to SPCC at a minimal cost. You will receive a tax deduction based on the value of the security on the date of the gift transfer to the SPCC Foundation.
Gifts of Real and Personal Property
Gifts of real estate and other personal property are an excellent way to support SPCC and its students while lowering your tax liability. These gifts provide a charitable deduction and other tax savings including capital gains, income tax and federal estate taxes. You can also deed property to the College, while retaining the lifetime right of occupancy.
Numerous corporations will match employees’ charitable contributions, often matching the amount of the original gift. Some companies match gifts made by retired employees.
Gift Disclosure Statement
The South Piedmont Community College Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit charitable organization established in 1999 to generate private financial support to further the mission of South Piedmont Community College. Your gift to SPCC Foundation is tax deductible to the extent allowable by law. You will receive a gift acknowledgment letter soon after your gift is received.