Ways to Give
As a non–profit corporation formed under Washington law, we are recognized as a tax–exempt organization under 501(c) of the Internal Revenue Code. Your gift is tax deductible to the extent permitted by law.
Gifts of any size are important
to the College’s ability to provide students with a quality educational
experience and to enable faculty to pursue cutting-edge research opportunities.
There are a number of ways you can make a gift to Grays Harbor College,
of cash or by credit card
Click the "Donate" button above to make a secure online donation using your credit card or PayPal account.
You may mail your donation to:
Grays Harbor College Foundation 1620 Edward P. Smith Drive Aberdeen, WA 98520
Establishing a payroll deduction
Grays Harbor College may give a gift through payroll deduction. For more
information, contact Carmen Hammonds in the Human Resource Office, 360-538-4046
or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Gifts of Stock
Gifts of marketable stocks or
mutual fund shares that have appreciated can have an immediate impact on a
college or program at GHC while creating a favorable income tax deduction for
you based on the assets’ current value.
Planned gifts or estate gifts
are an effective way to manage your affairs, plan for the future, and make a
meaningful gift to Grays Harbor College. Common gift planning strategies
include bequests, charitable gift annuities or remainder trusts, donor advised
funds, gifts of life insurance, or real property. Many gift planning strategies
can provide a reliable source of income and/or tax benefits for the donor.
Creating an Endowment
An endowment establishes a fund
managed by the GHC Foundation, which provides perpetual annual support for
Grays Harbor College. For as little at $25,000, an endowment fund may be
established to support a college, program, or initiative of your choosing.
Learn more about creating an endowment.
Many employers will match their
employees’ gifts to Grays Harbor College. Some employers will even match the
gifts of retired employees, spouses, parents, and even gifts from their board
of directors. All matched funds will be designated to the area to which you
originally contributed your gift.