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Your Support Makes a Difference

When you donate to Northern Essex Community College, you are making a difference in our students’ lives today, and having a positive impact on our communities for tomorrow.

With only about 35% of our funding coming from state support, that leaves a large gap that we need to make up to provide our students with the best learning experience possible. With your support, we can grant scholarships that help students pay for courses and books, provide essential upgrades to labs and other learning environments, and offer life-changing opportunities such as studying abroad to round out our students’ education.

We need your help, and we appreciate your support. Every gift matters, whether large or small, and every gift has an immediate – and long term – impact on our students and our communities. Please help us prepare the next generation of graduates that work in our hospitals and doctor’s offices, our schools, our courts, and our businesses.

There are Several Opportunities for Giving

NECC Fund

NECC Fund

The college’s annual fund, the NECC Fund, provides much-needed scholarship awards to students as well as program grants to faculty and staff that enhance classroom learning. You can make your gift securely online

Women of NECC

Women of NECC

By supporting the Women of NECC, you are joining a dedicated group of women from the region who are helping our students improve their lives through education. Each year, the Women of NECC host fundraising events, including a membership tea and an open house. Your membership dues help provide scholarships for our students. MORE about 'Women of NECC'.

Scholarships

Scholarships
Named Scholarships

For a donation of $500+ you can create a scholarship in memory of a loved one. The gifts are received in one fiscal year, and paid out to a student in the following fiscal/academic year.

Endowed Scholarships

If you are interested in creating a more permanent scholarship, you can establish an endowed scholarship. Endowed scholarships are professional invested and managed, with the generated interest providing an annual scholarship of at least $500.  If you are interested in a named or established scholarship, please contact Jean Poth, Vice President for Institutional Advancement at 978-556-3624.

There are Many Ways You Can Give

Gifts of Cash

Gifts of cash enable funds to be made available for immediate use by NECC and are fully tax deductible. You can make your gift securely online or you can write a check to the NECC Foundation and mail it to the Office of Institutional Advancement, Northern Essex Community College, 100 Elliott Street, Haverhill, MA 01830

Securities

Gifts of appreciated securities offer significant tax advantages to the donor. Please call Institutional Advancement for further information and instructions for their transfer.

Matching Gifts

Many companies match contributions made by current or retired employees or their spouse. Contact your Human Resources department to see if your employer participates in a matching gift program. If they do, you will simply have to complete a form from them and send it to Institutional Advancement.

Life Income Gifts

You may make a charitable contribution to NECC and also receive income for life while obtaining significant tax advantages. For further information, please contact Institutional Advancement.

Bequests

Any asset may be transferred to NECC by bequest. The gift may be made under your will, through a trust, or by designating NECC as a beneficiary of a life insurance policy or retirement plan. For further information, please contact Institutional Advancement.

Gifts of Real Estate

You may make gifts of real estate and gifts of future interests in real estate and obtain tax savings. For further information, please contact Institutional Advancement.

In-Kind Donation

In-Kind donations are contributions of goods or services.  In-Kind donations could include health care or lab equipment, supplies, computer hardware, and more. For further information, please contact Institutional Advancement.

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