Every Gift Has a Name
Every donation made to the Tacoma Community College Foundation makes a real impact on the life of a student. Taken together, the individuals, businesses and foundations that support the college have benefitted the lives of thousands of students in our community. With your help, our scholarships not only provide financial support, but for many students being a scholarship recipient means something more. It means that someone believes in them enough to provide them with the financial resources needed to attend TCC. It means that someone believes in their dreams.
I am truly grateful for winning a scholarship offered by the TCC foundation. The scholarship helps me out tremendously in staying out of debt. Anyone who desire to move ahead, make a change in life or make a difference can find there place here at TCC. All are welcome.”
What are my giving options?
Your gift can take on many forms, including cash, securities, property and more. Our students directly benefit from your generosity through individual awards for tuition and books as well as programs and resources that benefit the entire student population.
Where does my money go?
Initiatives supported by your gift may include:
- Scholarships for tuition and books
- Emergency Student Support
- Faculty Excellence Awards
- Innovative programs
- Art supplies
- Early Learning Center for student parents
- Library resource center
- Technology upgrades
- Campus beautification
- Campus art gallery
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Your gift, no matter the size, is a powerful, life-changing investment.
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The TCC Foundation is incorporated as a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) corporation that accepts and administers philanthropic support on behalf of the college. The Foundation receives bequests and donations from individuals, corporations and foundations to enhance the quality of teaching and learning. Federal Tax ID: 91-6073780
To learn more about how you can change lives at TCC, or to arrange for a personal tour of the campus and facilities, please contact Director of Development, Lynette Crumity.