Planned Giving

TCC Foundation is profoundly grateful for the support provided by donors who have made planned gifts to the school. Through their generosity, they create meaningful legacies for future generations. Here are some of their stories.

Joe Pankowski

The act of creating a will and leaving a bequest are straightforward, yet studies show very few Americans follow the advice of those like Pankowski. So he is hoping to lead by example.

Amy Lynette Bailey

Late in 2011, the TCC Foundation received word that Ms. Bailey – who had no known affiliation with TCC – had passed away, leaving half of her nearly $2 million estate to the College.

Marylou Madigan

Marylou Madigan spent her lifetime involved in her community, nurturing many causes and institutions that were dear to her heart.

Pam Johnson

Impacting future generations is exactly what Johnson and her husband Lewis intended when they made a planned gift to TCC.

Cherie Rowland

For Cherie Rowland the decision to make a planned gift to Tallahassee Community College was a highly personal one, based in part on her own experiences with the College.

Brooks and Almena Pettit

Brooks and Almena Pettit both feel that giving back to the community is a vital part of being good citizens.