Planned giving refers to financial strategies that allow donors to achieve their charitable visions through long-term planning. Making a planned gift to Horry-Georgetown Technical College distinguishes you as a lifetime member of the Legacy Society. By including HGTC in your estate plan, you are making an investment in higher education that will benefit generations to come.
HGTC offers an active charitable estate planning program which provides donors with information and assistance in achieving their charitable giving goals in the most efficient manner. Charitable estate planning is the matching of the donor's goals and desires with HGTC's opportunities and priorities by using various planning techniques. A charitable estate plan may include outright gifts, testamentary (through the donor's will), or life income arrangements that provide a lifetime income for the donor or designated beneficiary.
HGTC can help donors explore ways to:
- Generate supplementary income
- Maximize their charitable gift deduction
- Eliminate or reduce capital gains and estate taxes
- Fulfill their charitable giving goals
Such gifts may be conveyed by any of the following means:
- Life estate in personal residence
The HGTC Foundation is here to to help you express your support of HGTC and higher education in the way that best fits your financial situation. To learn more about opportunities for planned giving, please use the links to the left.
If you have questions about any of the content on this site, if you have suggestions for additions or changes to this site, or if you simply want to learn more about planned giving, please do not hesitate to call Teresa Folwell at (843) 477-2105.