Contributing to the work of Emily Griffith is neither an act of charity or a leap of faith.

It’s a solid investment in your community and legacy. 

For every $1 invested in EGTC, there is a $10 annual benefit for the local economy.

100% of EGTC students benefit from our support and graduate without student loan debt.

84% of EGTC graduates gain employment, one of the highest job placement rates in the state.



The simplest way to leave a planned gift to benefit Emily Griffith is to make a bequest by including specific language in your will or living trust naming Emily Griffith Technical College as the recipient of a testamentary gift.

We have experience in managing a wide range of estate assets and would be happy to provide sample language to include in your will or trust. 

Retirement Plan Donations

Naming Emily Griffith Foundation as a beneficiary of your retirement funds — such as an IRA, 401k or 403b — is a simple and effective way to benefit Emily Griffith Technical College while avoiding significant, and often unanticipated, tax penalties. 

Life Insurance Donations

Among the many ways to donate life insurance, the simplest is to designate Emily Griffith Foundation as a beneficiary of the policy. 

Trusts & Other Giving Vehicles

We recommend seeking the advice of your advisors to learn about the benefits of establishing Charitable Remainder Trusts, Charitable Lead Trusts, and other giving vehicles. 

We encourage you to work with your legal or financial advisor as you consider planned giving options.
If you or your advisor have any questions, you can reach us at 720.423.4722 or

Your Support Truly Makes a Difference 

Your gift will:

  1. Allow us to continue making debt-free, HIRE education possible.
  2. Give scholarships and financial aid to students with the most need.
  3. Support the development of innovative educational programs to meet industry and employer demands.
  4. Invest in your community by benefiting the local economy via an educated workforce.

Partner with us to create your lasting legacy.