The 32nd Annual Henry Moore Golf Classic was be held on October 1, 2015 at Oakwoods Country Club.
For over 31 years, $500,000 has been contributed to Wilkes Community College in memory of Henry Moore.
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2015 Henry Moore Media Release
On February 13, 2016, the WCC Endowment Corporation held its annual Valentine’s Dinner and Dance at the John A. Walker Community Center. The event began at 6:30 p.m. with a cocktail hour, followed with a delectable dinner prepared by the WCC Culinary Arts Department under the direction of Chef Kimrey Jordan and Chef Chuck Wallace and his baking and pastry arts students. Net proceeds benefit the Health Sciences Center capital campaign.
Cash gifts are the easiest and most direct way to give to the Wilkes Community College Endowment Corporation. Cash gifts can be used to support our annual fund, capital campaigns, scholarships, and special events. Cash gifts made by check should be payable to Wilkes Community College Endowment Corporation, PO Box 120, Wilkesboro, NC 28697 or make a donation online.
What is better than one gift? A gift that has doubled. A great way to leverage your gift is to ask your employer to match your gift through their matching gift program. Credit is given to both the donor and the company when the matching gift is received.
Gifts of Securities
Gifts of Securities (stocks and bonds) are becoming more popular as a way to give.
Please contact Allison Phillips with how many shares of what stock or mutual fund you are giving.
This ensures that your gift is properly received. For making the transaction for transfer funds contact Linda Gregory at Wells Fargo Securities.
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Planned giving allows an individual to have a lasting influence on Wilkes Community College. The most common form is a bequest which is a gift made through a will or living trust. A donor can designate a specific dollar amount or a percentage of the estate.
Want to leave a lasting legacy at Wilkes Community College? Naming a building, other physical structures, outdoor structures, or scholarships can be a wonderful way to honor someone. Financial requirements for naming opportunities differ and donors are asked to discuss their ideas with the Executive Director Allison Phillips.