Northeast Mississippi Community College Development Foundation, Inc.
A Quality Investment for Excellence
The Northeast Mississippi Community College Development Foundation, Inc., aspires to strengthen the college through its private fund raising efforts. The Northeast Development Foundation works to solicit and receive gifts to support students, faculty and administration at Northeast Mississippi Community College.
The Northeast Development Foundation, a non-profit corporation, offers a comprehensive program of giving opportunities through its office on the campus at Northeast.
The Northeast Development Foundation is specifically responsible for gift programs involving estate planning, real estate, insurance, endowments, annuities, trusts, pooled income funds or other special gifts that require ongoing management or binding agreements.
Equally important, the Northeast Development Foundation manages and invests all private gifts to the college.
The Northeast Development Foundation is governed by a Board of Directors which establishes policy for all its functions - fund raising, public relations, administration, accounting and investments.
The Board of Directors of the Northeast Development Foundation is composed of membership from the five-county area the college serves. The Northeast Development Foundation’s charter also gives the Board of Directors authority to allow other persons, firms and corporations to become members subject to approval by the entire board.
Northeast Mississippi Community College Development Foundation, Inc., a nonprofit corporation, was established in 1969 to promote and support the educational performance at the college. The Development Foundation has qualified under United States Internal Revenue Department regulations for tax-exempt status, thus making gifts deductible for income tax purposes.
If interested in becoming a Northeast Development Foundation member and/ or making a contribution or bequest for the advancement of Northeast Mississippi Community College, please contact D. Patrick Eaton at (662) 720-7165.