For more than 50 years, Haywood Community College has provided our community with accessible, affordable and high-quality education, as well as workforce training and lifelong learning opportunities. The Haywood Community College Foundation is where opportunity, hard work and generosity intersect to educate our community. With over $14 million in assets, the Haywood Community College Foundation operates from a position of strength. We need your help to continue our strong foundation.

​​You may specify a gift in your will or revocable trust to the Haywood Community College Foundation, 185 Freedlander Drive, Clyde, NC 28721; Tax ID # 51-0172736. You retain assets during your lifetime and the gift is made upon your death.  You can use these assets to make a gift by adding the Haywood Community College Foundation as a beneficiary of the account. The gift comes from any assets not needed for you or your family.  We welcome the opportunity to discuss assets you may want to give such as securities or real estate and other gifts that pay you an income stream for life. Your investment in the Haywood Community College Foundation provides essential funding to unlock a student’s potential and transform their life through education. Since the creation of the Haywood Community College Foundation in 1975, support has been provided to thousands of students, changing their educational dreams into realities.

Providing Hope for Generation to Come

We hope you will consider including Haywood Community College in your will or living trust. A charitable bequest is a gift that offers these main benefits:

Simplicity, which comes from just a few sentences added in your will or trust. Flexibility, which comes from you not actually making a gift until after your lifetime.Versatility, in which you can structure the bequest to leave a specific item or amount of money, a gift which is contingent on certain events, or a percentage of your estate. Tax Relief, where your estate is subject to estate tax, your gift is entitled to an estate tax charitable deduction for the gift’s full value.