Making a Gift

By making a gift to the Central Wyoming College Foundation, you play a pivotal role in continuing the college's tradition of excellence. Through your generous donation, you can help ensure today's and tomorrow's students have an opportunity to improve our community, and the promise of a bright future. Gifts of all sizes are appreciated and can be made in a number of ways.


Checks

To make a gift by check, please print, complete and mail this form with a check made payable to the Central Wyoming College Foundation
2660 Peck Ave., Riverton, WY 82501


Credit Cards

For your convenience, we accept both Visa and MasterCard. You may print, complete and mail this form


Online via Paypal

We also accept payments online using Paypal. Click the image below to make your donation today.

For more information on how to make a gift, contact the Foundation Office at (307)855-2254.

 
 

What to Give

The Central Wyoming College Foundation is proud to be one of the most trusted and valued organizations serving Fremont, Teton and Hot Springs counties. Few organizations have a more direct impact on education than the CWC Foundation.

 

Here are a few options that may be beneficial and convenient for you. Cash:

 

  • Cash: this is still remains a wonderful and easy way to make an important contribution to the CWC Foundation. Gift Annuities: allow you to make a significant gift to the CWC Foundation, plus it gives you a guaranteed regular income for the rest of your life.

 

  • Wills and Living Trusts: your gift through a will or living trust supports the CWC Foundation. You may choose to make an outright bequest to the CWC Foundation by leaving a specific dollar amount, or a percentage of your estate.

 

  • Charitable Remainder Trusts: This gift planning opportunity allows you to take cash or an appreciated asset, and convert it into an income for you and an important gift for the CWC Foundation. Please call the CWC Foundation if you have any questions about the above options, or to set up an appointment with the Chief Operating Officer.

Ways to Give

Pledges Pledges allow you to make a contribution with payments spread over a period of time. Reminders will be sent to you about your commitment on a schedule that is established by you.

Gifts of Securities or Assets

Under the Internal Revenue Code, gifts of long-term appreciated property can be highly advantageous because the allowable deduction is based on the asset's fair market value at the time the gift is made, not your cost.

In-Kind Donations

Central Wyoming College Foundation always welcomes in-kind contributions. Such gifts have collections, equipment, artwork, books, the Stewart Collection, a working restaurant and other collections and supplies from various corporations and individuals that have benefited our students and staff.

Memorial and Tribute Gifts

A thoughtful way of remembering someone special and creating a living legacy is by making a gift to the Foundation in honor, or in memory, of an individual. Memorial gifts can include a scholarship in the name of the person, or a room or building dedication.

Trusts, Wills and Bequests

You can include the CWC Foundation in your will or trust, including living trusts and charitable remainder trusts.

Matching Gifts

Alumni and friends can double their gift to the Central Wyoming College Foundation if their employer is a matching gifts company. To find out if your employer offers this valuable benefit, contact your human resources department.

Payroll deductions

CWC Foundation employees may make one-time and continuing contributions to the Foundation via payroll deduction during the Foundation's annual giving campaign, or for the Endowment Match. For more information on how to make a gift, contact the Foundation Office at (307) 855-2254

 

 

Lynette Jeffres
2725 W. Main Riverton
Phone: 307-855-2254
800-735-8418 ext. 2254
FAX:307-855-2084 
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