Albert Camus, a French-Algerian philosopher said, “Real generosity towards the future lies in giving all to the present”. Your donations, whether great or small, make a huge difference in the future of the students who attend Howard College (Big Spring, Lamesa, San Angelo or SWCID).  Donations may be made to fund scholarships, programs, assist with construction of a building or establish an endowment fund, among other options. You may wish to remember Howard College (Big Spring, Lamesa, San Angelo or SWCID) with a planned gift in your estate plan.

Do you work for a matchmaker? Many companies match charitable gifts made by their employees. To find out if your company has a matching gift policy, check with your company’s human resources department. Complete the form provided by your company and mail it to the foundation office.

All of the foundations (Howard College Foundation-Big Spring and Lamesa; Howard College at San Angelo Foundation; SWCID Foundation) were created as non-profit, tax-exempt organizations.  The purpose of the foundations is to secure financial support for the College or a particular campus and subsequently its students.  The Foundations are 501(c)3 corporations and all gifts to the Foundations may be tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law. Any individual, organization or business who wants to lend financial assistance to Howard College and/or it’s students, may contribute to Howard College (Big Spring, Lamesa, San Angelo or SWCID), The Howard College Foundation, The Howard College at San Angelo Foundation or The SouthWest Collegiate Institute for the Deaf (SWCID) Foundation. 

Contributors to Howard College (Big Spring, Lamesa, San Angelo or SWCID), The Howard College Foundation, The Howard College at San Angelo Foundation or The SWCID Foundation may designate their gifts in the form of cash, securities, real estate or bequest.  Pledges may be made for any designation and either paid monthly, quarterly, annually or over a multi-year-period.  The interest is then used for scholarships or projects as established by the donor.  Scholarships are endowed at a minimum of $5,000.

Contributions of any size are very much appreciated and can be made at any time.

BIG SPRING FOUNDATION

If you would like to make a donation to Howard College or the Howard College Foundation or would like more information about the many donation opportunities, please feel free to contact:

  • Mrs. Julie Bailey
    Director of Institutional Advancement
    1001 Birdwell Lane
    Big Spring, Texas 79720
    jbailey@howardcollege.edu
    (432) 264-5051

SAN ANGELO FOUNDATION

If you would like to make a donation to the Howard College at San Angelo Foundation or would like more information about this organization, please contact:

  • Jamie Rainey
    Workforce & Community Development Officer
    Howard College San Angelo
    3501 North US Highway 67
    San Angelo, Texas 76905
    jrainey@howardcollege.edu
    (325) 481-8300 ext. 3222

SWCID FOUNDATION

If you would like to make a donation to the Howard College SWCID Foundation or would like more information about the many donation opportunities, please feel free to contact:

  • Mrs. Julie Bailey
    Director of Institutional Advancement
    1001 Birdwell Lane
    Big Spring, Texas 79720
    jbailey@howardcollege.edu
    (432) 264-5051