A gift that costs nothing during your lifetime.
Ways of Giving
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Be the wealthy benefactor you wish you had.
You don’t have to be wealthy to make a generous, long-lasting gift.
- Make a gift right now that costs you nothing during your lifetime.
- Save on taxes by giving appreciated stocks, bonds, or mutual fund shares.
- Donate life insurance you no longer need.
- Use a gift to reduce your estate tax exposure and eliminate capital gains.
- Receive lifetime income back from us in return for your gift, and pass more of your assets to your heirs.
Planned gifts make it possible to support the mission of the Community College of Baltimore County in a far more significant way than you ever thought possible.
Read more, email us, or contact us at 443-840-3213
Our CCBC Legacy Society
Interactive Plan-a-Gift™ will recommend the best gift plan to meet your individual needs based on your age, goals and assets, and will help the Community College of Baltimore County at the same time.
Explore More Gift Options
Personal Property →
Donate personal property, receive signifcant tax benefits.
Real Estate →
Donate a valuable asset, receive powerful tax benefits.
Charitable Lead Trusts →
How can you preserve your businesses' value for your family?
Retained Life Estate →
Use your home to make a gift, but still live there.
Appreciated Securities →
Take advantage of appreciated securities, avoid tax.
Life Insurance →
Make a significant gift, no matter the size of your estate.
Will or Trust →
You can plan a gift that will not affect your cash flow.
Donor-Advised Fund →
Make a gift from your DAF, or name us a beneficiary.
Charitable Gift Annuity →
Give a gift of cash or stock, recieve income in return.
Use these tools to start your gift to the Community College of Baltimore County. Learn More →.
Goals & Benefits
There are many ways to make a gift to CCBC. Take a look at some of the options designed to help you to achieve different goals.
We can turn your clients’ philanthropic dreams into reality.
Estate Planning Section
An estate plan is a must, no matter your age or income.
Planning your estate and legacy for future generations, including your charitable interests, takes careful evaluation. Consulting with the appropriate professionals can assist you.