Your support is vital to our mission.
Charitable gifts are vital to the future of the Hill Country University Center (HCUC). They are essential to the abundance of opportunities we can provide to students, and they are necessary to provide operational support for our campus. Your gifts allow us to recruit and retain students as well as provide much needed assistance to students who otherwise would not be able to attend college. Few gifts are as rewarding as those made to education, and we encourage you to consider making a gift to the HCUC Foundation.
When you make an annual gift, you invest in the future of the HCUC. Annual Giving is responsible for raising money to provide operational support for the HCUC. This year’s goal is $365,000.
Gifts from wills, trusts, and retirement accounts are crucial investments in the future of the HCUC and provide an opportunity for donors to leave a lasting legacy in our efforts to create higher education opportunities for residents of the Texas Hill Country.
These gift plans have a wide ranging impact on students attending classes at the HCUC, from adding to a donor’s existing scholarship endowment to providing unrestricted funds to support innovative programs that don’t exist today. Gift plans may include a gift of property or artwork. Donors may also name the HCUC Foundation as a beneficiary of a retirement account.
By including the HCUC Foundation in your estate plans, you ensure continued growth and impact generations of future students. Gifts may be unrestricted or may be designated to support the area of your choice at the HCUC.
additional information, please contact Mary Little, Executive Director, Hill Country University Center Foundation at email@example.com or 806.834.6998.
Hill Country University Center Scholarship Fund
Gifts to the HCUC Scholarship Fund are distributed to students attending classes offered by Central Texas College and Texas Tech University at the HCUC. Your gift to the HCUC Scholarship Fund will go directly to students who need financial assistance.
Endowed or Non-Endowed Scholarships
Many people choose to endow a scholarship to pay tribute to an individual, organization, or business or to provide perpetual scholarships for students. Endowed or non-endowed scholarships can be established in any amount. Donors may establish a scholarship endowment with a gift of stock, real estate, or cash.
For additional information, please contact Mary Little, Executive Director, Hill Country University Center Foundation at firstname.lastname@example.org or 806.834.6998.