A person or couple can name the Foundation as a beneficiary in their estate documents, regardless whether they use a will or living trust. This is one of the most meaningful ways a charitable organization can be supported by those who have been touched in some way by the work the College is doing. And, it’s easy to do! You can call our offices and one of our staff will be happy to provide language you can give your attorney as you update, or complete, your estate plan.
When you include the Clackamas Community College Foundation in your estate, you become an esteemed member of The Heritage Society.
Special events are held for this group and are hosted by CCC President Joanne Truesdell.
Charlie and Iris
Charlie knows the difference Clackamas Community College can make in someone’s life. He is living proof!
“CCC helped me to discover my potential” says Charlie. “The faculty saw possibilities in me that I didn’t see in myself. Thanks to them I have had a full and productive career as an educator myself. Iris and I are leaving our estate to Clackamas Community College so others can get the education they deserve.”