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Ways to Give:   $50, $100, $250, $500, Other

  • Check or money order: Mail to 
WLAC Foundation
9000 Overland Ave.
Culver City, CA  90230

 

  • Life Insurance Policy. Designate West LA College Foundation as the beneficiary of your life insurance policy and build on your legacy of giving.
  • Stocks and bonds. Gift the West LA College Foundation shares of stock or bonds.
  • Estate Planning:  Bequest, Charitable Remainder Trusts, and Gift Annuities. Make a transformative gift by utilizing estate planning tools to leave an indelible mark on West Los Angeles College. You can stretch your gift and maximize your donation in ways you never thought possible.
  • Art. A donation of art can teach students about the arts and serve to beautify the aesthetics of West Los Angeles College facilities.
  • Payroll deductions. Sign up today with your employer to make a monthly tax-deductible contribution. Use the FORM to sign up if you are an LACCD employee.
  • Employer Matching gifts. Most employers will match 1:1 an employee’s donation to a charitable organization.  Inquire with your employer today and double your contribution.
  • AmazonSmile. You shop and Amazon donates to us at no cost to you. Designate the West Los Angeles College Foundation to receive 0.5% (on eligible items). You can use your existing Amazon account. Go to: Amazon Smile West Los Angeles College

Where to Give:

  • Covid-19 Emergency Grants. Sustain grants for our most vulnerable students affected by COVID-19. Many are essential workers in the retail, food and service industries. Students have been laid-off, furloughed, or forced to scale back work hours due to childcare demands. 
  • Basic Needs. Support safety net services for students who are food and housing insecure. 
  • Student Success. Help students reach their academic potential and achieve their goal of receiving an AA degree, transferring to a 4-year university or earning a certificate program to increase their earning potential.
  • Racial equity and Social Justice. Close the education and equity gap among Underrepresented Minority (URM) students.
  • Where the Need is Greatest. Support institutional priorities, and expand the reach of the College in areas that support a 21st century educational experience for students.