"Gwinnett Tech has come into its own and the school is stepping up and meeting the challenges of the 21st century. Bioscience education is going to happen in Gwinnett County, and it's going to be at Gwinnett Tech. The school has a mission now to lead, not follow. And as an employer, I can tell you, I want to hire folks from Gwinnett Tech."

-Sean Murphy, 2009 Board Chair, Gwinnett Tech Foundation

Giving

Why Give?

Every gift has a lasting impact! The vast majority of Gwinnett Tech students live and work here, and an investment in them is essentially an investment in our community. Your gift will allow you to leave a legacy that will ensure world-class healthcare for generations to come.

Ways to Give

To make a donation now, click here. To learn more about making a gift to the Gwinnett Tech foundation, call 678-226-6425 or click here to send us an email.

Gifts of Cash
The advantage of cash gifts is that your actual out-of-pocket cost is less than the dollar amount of the gift because of the allowable income tax deduction. You can deduct up to 50 percent of your adjusted gross income in the year you make a contribution and any excess contributions above this percentage may be deducted over a five-year period.

Give Online

Gwinnett Tech offers a safe and secure way for you to give online. Click here to make your gift online.

Gifts of Property
Your gifts of non-cash property such as securities or real estate may provide an ideal way for you to make a contribution. If your property has increased in value, it may entitle you to avoid paying gains. If your property has decreased in value, you should consider selling that property first and then contributing the proceeds. This allows you to receive the deduction for both the capital loss and the charitable gift.

Employer Matching Gifts
An employer matching program can allow you to double your gift. Check with your human resources office for more information.

Future Gifts

Gifts in Your Will
You can name Gwinnett Technical College as a recipient of a planned gift in your will. Your will gift can include cash, securities and personal property; a percentage of your estate; or the residue of your estate property remaining after other bequests have been fulfilled.

Gifts of Life Insurance
Life insurance provides an effective way to benefit GTC because it will provide Gwinnett Tech with a substantial deferred gift while you pay relatively modest premium payments.

Retirement Savings
You may name Gwinnett Tech as the beneficiary of a portion of your retirement funds. Contact the administrator of your plan to learn more.

Charitable Remainder Trust
In some instances, you can designate a specified amount of money in qualifying trust which will provide income to you for life; thereafter, the principal will be paid to GTC upon your death or upon a specified date. These trusts assure you income while providing an immediate charitable deduction for the remainder of the interest. Talk to your attorney, CPA or tax advisor to learn more.

Retained Life Estate
If you deed property to GTC, you and/or your spouse retain the right to live in the house for the remainder of your life. Your also receive an immediate income-tax deduction for the gift. 
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