Private funding is essential to the people who study, teach, and manage programs at
Moreno Valley, Norco, and Riverside City colleges. There are many different ways to
contribute to RCCD, including cash, securities, real estate, and personal property.
Gifts may also be pledged through wills and estate plans. All gifts to the RCCD Foundation
is tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.
Cash and Cash-Equivalents
Cash gifts are the most convenient method of donating to the RCCD Foundation. Gifts
of cash may be made with a credit card or debit card online or by calling (951) 222-8626
during business hours. These gifts may also be made by check, payable to RCCD Foundation,
mailed to RCCD Foundation, P.O. Box 907, Riverside, CA 92502.
Gifts of publicly traded stocks, bonds, and mutual funds are accepted according the
procedures provided by the Foundation's investment management firm. The Foundation
converts the assets into cash and credits the proceeds to the program or scholarship
that you designate. Gifts of securities are valued at the mean of the stock price
on the date of transfer.
Tangible Personal Property, and Equipment and Real Estate
Gifts of tangible personal property (art, jewelry, etc.), equipment and real estate,
may be accepted subject to prior approval by the Executive Director. Valuation of
such gifts will be made in accordance to IRS requirements, and supported by a third-party
appraisal where appropriate.
The Foundation accepts various types of life insurance policies as gifts. A policy
that is no longer needed for its original purpose may be transferred to the Foundation,
or a new policy naming the Foundation as beneficiary may be established to meet your
philanthropic goals. Please contact the RCCD Foundation to discuss your options for
making a gift of life insurance.
There are many options for making a deferred or planned gift to the RCCD Foundation.
Donors may choose to pledge a gift through a bequest, a beneficiary designation, a
charitable trust, or a charitable gift annuity. Please contact the Foundation to discuss
how these and other planned giving options might work for you.
Note: The information on this website is not intended as legal or tax advice. Please consult
your attorney or tax advisor for specific information on how your philanthropic choices
may impact your tax situation.