Planned Giving

Discover how you can provide long-lasting support that meets your personal financial goals and benefits our students.

Why, and how, I support Penn College

William J. Martin, a longtime Penn College administrator, now retired, shares his perspective on supporting students.

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I choose Penn College as the primary recipient of my educational contributions because I have come to recognize that education focused on secure employment, a mission at which the college excels, provides the greatest benefit to the student, the community and the commonwealth.

William J. Martin, Ph.D.

Retired senior vice president

Giving Options

Bequests

Make a significant commitment to help further our mission. A charitable gift through your estate, such as a will or living trust, is one of the most popular and flexible ways you can support the College.

Charitable Gift Annuity

Make a gift that benefits students and you. You can transfer cash or property to Penn College and enjoy fixed payments to you for life at a rate based on your age.

IRA Charitable Rollover

Satisfy your required minimum distribution and make an immediate impact on our students. Those 70 ½ and older may make tax-free gifts up to $100,000 per year to Penn College directly from your IRA.

The Pillar Society

The Pillar Society was established in 2006 to recognize individuals who have demonstrated their commitment to Pennsylvania College of Technology by naming the college or the Penn College Foundation as the ultimate beneficiary of a planned gift. These planned gifts can include a bequest provision in their will or trust, a charitable gift annuity, a gift of life insurance or retirement plan assets, or other deferred gifts.

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Impact Penn College today and tomorrow.

To learn more about these and other ways to make a planned gift that impact students pursuing Degrees that Work at Penn College, please contact the Pennsylvania College of Technology Foundation at 570.320.8020.

We encourage you to speak with your financial adviser about charitable gifts that are best for your tax planning purposes.

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