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Resources for Residents and Communities relies on the generous support of individuals, corporations, foundations, and other support agencies to accomplish its work.  There are many ways to contribute.


RRC relies on individuals to support our daily operations.  Individuals who desire to support our work can contribute at anytime. 


Our Corporate and Foundation Program gives companies and foundations the opportunity to invest in the lives of community residents. We have corporate partnership options for every organization type.


Planned giving programs—sometimes called gift planning, deferred giving, or legacy giving—help donors make plans to leave money or assets to nonprofits at a future date, both during their lifetimes and after death. There are many forms of planned giving, but the most common are bequests, charitable gift annuities, and charitable remainder trusts.

  • Bequests: These make up the majority of planned gifts. Anyone can make a bequest to a nonprofit through their will or estate plan. Donors can allocate a specific amount of money to give after they die, such as a lump sum or a percentage of their total wealth, or they can choose to give the remainder of their estate to a nonprofit after all of their other bequests are paid.

  • Endowed Scholarships: We have developed a method for individuals to develop endowed scholarships. At the time of death, a final contribution may be made to the endowment. Individuals have the ability to name the endowment and collaboratively work on the disbursement requirements.

  • Property, Stocks, and Bonds: If you are interested in these options, please contact our office.

If you would like more information, please contact R. Wayne Woodson at

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