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Schenectady County Community College

SCCC Keystone Society

What is the Keystone Society?

The Keystone Society is the name of the Schenectady County Community College Foundation’s bequest society. The word “Keystone” was chosen as keystones symbolize a central cohesive source of support and stability.

Support from generous donors through bequests and other planned gifts symbolize both strength for the College’s future and entrance to SCCC for students dreaming of an education.

We thank and recognize members of the Keystone Society who have made a special commitment to SCCC through their estate plans. Keystone Society members understand the critical need to make a demonstrated commitment to strengthening SCCC’s financial future. Keystone Society members are dedicated to ensuring the continued vitality and development of SCCC. We are grateful to these donors for their vision, which will enhance the educational opportunities for future SCCC students.

Who are the Members of the Keystone Society?

The Keystone Society was established to recognize and honor donors who have generously provided or plan to provide gifts to Schenectady County Community College through bequests, trusts and other life income gifts.

Keystone Society Recognition:

*Members are invited to our Annual Donor Recognition event.
*Members’ names are included in a special listing in the College’s Annual Report.
*Members’ names are included in a special listing on the Wall of Honor in the Begley Library Lobby.

How to Become a Member:

Becoming a member of the Keystone Society is simple. If you have named Schenectady County Community College Foundation in your will or have otherwise included SCCC in your estate plans, you are a member.

If you have not yet notified us of your intent, please contact our Executive Director at 518-381-1442 today to inform us of your decision.