Ways to Give

There are many ways to give to the North Platte Community College Foundation, and we will be happy to work with you in whatever way best meets the goals of your charitable giving plan.

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Cash Gifts

Cash gifts by check or money order should be made payable to the NPCC Foundation and mailed to: 

North Platte Community College Foundation
601 W State Farm Road
North Platte, NE 69101

Actual cash should always be hand-delivered to the Foundation rather than sent through the mail. 

Credit Card Gifts 

To make a contribution using your credit card, please contact the MPCC Business Office at 308-535-3672. 

Matching Gifts

Matching gifts are company-donated contributions that match the contributions made by their employees, thereby doubling or tripling the value of their gifts. This program enables a donor to increase the impact of their contribution to the NPCC Foundation. 

To find out if your company participates in a matching gift program, contact your human resources or community relations department for a matching gift form. Then, send it along with your gift to the Foundation. 

NPCC Employee Contribution Program 

NPCC employees can make can make a donation through payroll deduction. 

Gifts of Personal Property

Works of art, books, automobiles, equipment and furnishings are considered gifts of tangible personal property and feature attractive tax benefits.

Gifts of Property

If you are interested in making a gift of appreciated land or other real estate to the NPCC Foundation, please contact the Foundation at 308-535-3754. Gifts of property provide attractive tax benefits. You can avoid paying capital gains tax and in some case can receive a tax deduction for the full value of the gift.

Gifts of Life Insurance

Donors wishing to support NPCC Foundation through a gift of life insurance will find numerous advantages. A policy that is no longer required for its original purpose may be transferred to the Foundation to directly benefit the College. New policies naming the Foundation as a beneficiary may also be considered as long term planned giving. 

Planned Giving

Planned giving - or charitable gift planning - refers to the process of making a charitable gift of estate assets to one or more nonprofit organizations, a gift that requires consideration and planning in light of the donor's overall estate plan.

Such gifts usually include legal documents and often require the assistance of a qualified professional advisor to complete. Because of the size and potential impact of such gifts, a donor should consult with his or her professional advisors before completing the process. 

Stocks & Bonds 

Securities that have appreciated in value offer tax advantages that make them highly attractive as charitable gifts. Agricultural commodities, such as donations of grains, livestock and other agriculturally related products will be gratefully accepted. 


Gifts of cash or property made through a will or living trust ensures a tradition of giving that will continue after the donor's lifetime. The Foundation can be named as a beneficiary of an estate, as the recipient of a stated dollar amount or as a residual beneficiary. 

Remainder Trusts & Annuities 

Both are income plans that allow the donor to make a gift while retaining the income for his or her lifetime. 

Contact us for help making a gift to NPCC Foundation, feel free to call the Foundation at 308-535-3754.

Please note: Your attorney, certified public accountant or other qualified financial consultant can advise you as to the most beneficial giving plan to meet your philanthropic wishes. North Platte Community College Foundation does not dispense legal or tax advice.