Inspired by a tradition of generosity, the Heritage Society honors a dedicated group of alumni and friends of Corning Community College who have chosen to include the Corning Community College Development Foundation in their estate plans or any other planned gift arrangement.
The purpose of the Society is to acknowledge those individuals who have made a pledge to support the long-term vitality of this institution. These individuals have been inspired to contribute to the CCC Development Foundation, thus assuring a legacy of accessible education for a diverse population of students.
If you have already made arrangements to include the CCC Development Foundation in your estate plans, we encourage you to contact the Development Foundation and enroll in the Heritage Society.
Louis and Lauretta Beckhorn*
Judy I. Boettner '62
Thomas E. Blumer
Robert A. Chapman
Donald B. Creath
John A. Dreves*
Floyd W. and Carolyn C. English, Jr.
Robert E. Finlay '63
Patricia F. Finnerty
Paul and Roxanne Graham
Edward and Alice Herman '73
Robert V. Hooey*
Allan C. Johnson
Robert A. Kelley*
Lorna J. Koegel*
Robert L. '99 and Marianne E. '76 Kosty
Charles D. LaFollette*
Rev. Robert D. Lucas '60
John J.* and Micheline McKinney, Jr. Trust
Dr. John Hammond Munier*
Frederick W. Parsons*
Hertha G. Rockwell*
Robert F. Rockwell, Jr.*
Edward J. Smith*
Dr. Gail P. and Mrs. Martha C. Smith*
Dr. Judy D. Smith
Mr. and Mrs. John Spence III
Dr. Gilbert A. Sweet
Harry and Edith S. Treinin*
Ms. Florence "Nono" Underhill*
Planning your gift empowers you to designate an endowed gift opportunity. You may prefer to leave your gift to the unrestricted endowment managed by the CCC Development Foundation, or you may elect to endow a specific fund, scholarship or award.
Also, you may prefer to memorialize a loved one, honor a member of our academic community or perpetuate a family name with an endowed fund.
Whatever your personal goal, your gift is valued as a critical resource for the future of Corning Community College.
If you have questions about the Heritage Society or making a planned gift, please contact the Office of Institutional Advancement at (607) 962-9458 or email@example.com.
Your will can include gifts in the form of:
Be sure to work closely with your attorney if you would like for the CCC Development Foundation, Inc. to be the recipient of a future gift.
You can make a substantial gift with modest premium payments or paid-up policies that are no longer needed for family members. Talk with your insurance professional to discuss the types of insurance gifts that make sense for you.
Naming the CCC Development Foundation, Inc. as a beneficiary of a portion of your retirement funds is another option. Be sure to contact the administrator or person in charge of your IRA, Profit Sharing Account or other retirement plan to list the CCC Development Foundation, Inc.
Charitable Gift Annuities
You give the CCC Development Foundation, Inc. a gift of money, stocks, bonds or other liquid assets, and the CCC Development Foundation, Inc. will pay you or a beneficiary a fixed amount on a regular basis until death. A large part of this income is tax-free, and you also receive a charitable deduction for part of the gift.
Charitable Remainder Trusts
By transferring assets to the CCC Development Foundation, Inc. to establish a trust, you or a beneficiary receive a lifetime income. Eventually, the remaining assets of the trust pass on to the CCC Development Foundation, Inc. This gift works well if you need income now.
Charitable Lead Trusts
You may transfer assets to a trust for a fixed number of years. The interest earned will go to the CCC Development Foundation, Inc., and later the principal will go back to you or your beneficiaries.
Retained Life Estate
If you deed a house or seasonal home to the CCC Development Foundation, Inc. you and/or your spouse retain the right to live in the house for the remainder of your life. You receive an immediate income tax deduction for the gift. The CCC Development Foundation, Inc. will most likely sell the property when you and/or your spouse no longer need it.