Your Legacy, Our Future

AHC Graduates

The Allan Hancock College Foundation is committed to keeping the door of opportunity open – the same door that has benefited more than eight decades of alumni. We invite you to help us make the tradition of creating opportunity part of your lasting legacy.

Update Your Will and Make a Difference for Generations of Students to Come

A simple directive in your will can make a difference for generations of students to come. 

If you have not already, consider these steps: 

  • Make sure you have an up-to-date will or living trust that reflects your charitable objectives. Without these documents, you surrender control or your property and assets to the courts.

  • Contact your financial advisor (a lawyer, or accountant, or financial planner) and ask for help in establishing a charitable gift. The tax code changes frequently. Always check for recent developments before the completion of your estate plans.
  • Think beyond cash—you can leave stocks, real estate, insurance policies, and personal property to the college 
  • Consider making the foundation a beneficiary of your life insurance, pension plan or IRA.  
  • If you wish to inform the Allan Hancock College Foundation that you have made it a beneficiary of your will, please contact Executive Director, Jeff Cotter at 925-2004. 

Why Give to Allan Hancock College Foundation? 

  1. We support projects that change the lives of students.
  2. We strengthen the community through student success.
  3. We have deep roots in the college and the community.
  4. We help people create personal legacies by establishing permanent funds in their names.
  5. We offer maximum tax advantages under state and Federal law.
  6. Our staff and community volunteers have expertise about student needs and opportunities.
  7. We build endowment funds that benefit our community forever.

 

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Testimonials

Donor Testimonial PhotoEd Murray’s children began their college careers at AHC. Ed himself spent years working to establish and grow the scholarship opportunities available to the college’s students. Thanks to a properly executed estate plan, he now takes pride in knowing his legacy will benefit the college – and the community – for generations to come.

Donor Testimonial PhotoA long-time supporter of Allan Hancock College, Sue Sword is passionate about the value of education and the opportunities it provides. She feels the college should continue to grow in order to meet the needs of its students in technology, industrial skills, and preparing to transfer.
Sue’s belief that “AHC is so important because it provides education and training to support the future growth and prosperity of all of us” led her to create a bequest to the Allan Hancock College Foundation.

Donor Testimonial PhotoDan and Peggy Blough believe in investing in their community. “Educating our future leaders makes a lasting difference for our community. The college provides an important step to higher education and workforce training. The Allan Hancock College Foundation is a great way to support that and to give back to the community. It’s really an investment in the future of our community.”

Donor Testimonial PhotoTeresa Ann Cortes, Marian Hancock College Scholarship Recipient and UCLA graduate , says, “The atmosphere at Allan Hancock College, including the people and opportunities available to students, proved to be incredibly helpful during my two years before transferring to UCLA. I felt extremely prepared when I transferred, thanks to all the resources and individual attention from passionate professors at Allan Hancock College.”

Donor Testimonial PhotoZac Nelson, a student in Hancock’s machining & manufacturing program says, “I have received several job opportunities from being in this program. It has given me an advantage when I interview. I find employers have more confidence in me knowing I have studied at Allan Hancock College.”

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Last Modified Sep 12, 2014