The Surry Community College Foundation, Inc. was
established in 1966 as a non-profit organization dedicated to providing
financial assistance to students, promoting faculty development and
supporting programs which enhance the college's learning environment.
By supporting scholarships, you can maximize your 2020 tax deductible gift. Contributions can be made online or send a check to: SCC Foundation, 630 S. Main St., Dobson, NC 27017.
Please consider making a contribution to the Foundation, which will
enable the College to continue to provide financial support for students
pursuing the dream of a college education.
administered through the college Financial Aid Office, and recipients
are chosen on the basis of financial need and/or superior scholastic
achievement. Institutional advancement projects are directed by the
Foundation office. Funds are managed by the college business office. An
annual audit is conducted and semi-annual reports made to the Foundation
Cash contributions are the most popular way of supporting the Foundation.
Scholarships are often made in honor or memory of individuals, to
support specific program areas from GED completion to award of degrees.
Foundation scholarships are awarded based on financial need, area of
study, academic standing or organizational affiliations.
All students are encouraged to apply for scholarships on-line, or through the Surry Community College Financial Aid office.
Funds are always needed to supplement student expense for tuition, textbooks, supplies, and program specific costs.
Respecting the wishes of deceased loved ones, families often request
that memorials be made to the Foundation. Unlike many other gestures of
sympathy, a memorial gift to the Foundation serves others.
Property, real estate, or securities may be earmarked for the
Foundation, with the donor retaining the privilege of using these
resources for the duration of his or her life. In some instances tax
advantages may be enjoyed each year through the life of the agreement.
For some donors, a contribution of securities which have increased in value may have a special tax advantage.
Many individuals, clubs and organizations contribute in recognition
of a person they wish to honor. Scholarships may be established in the
name of the honoree.
Life insurance policies or dividends paid on policies make practical
gifts to the Foundation. A life insurance policy may be taken in the
name of or transferred to the Foundation as beneficiary. Also, premiums
paid for the policy are often tax deductible.
Part or all of an individual's estate may be left to the Foundation
through a last will and testament. Both Federal and North Carolina law
allow a charitable deduction in computing estate and inheritance tax
IRA accounts offer ordinary tax-free savings opportunities and also a
practical means of supporting the Foundation. The Foundation may be
designated as a final beneficiary to receive any funds remaining after
an individual or beneficiaries no longer need them. This plan can be
created at the time an IRA is established, or in the case of an existing
IRA, the Foundation can be added as beneficiary.
Choosing a college is an important decision, and we’re pleased that you’re interested in Surry Community College.