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Thank you for your interest in supporting Tallahassee Community College and helping provide a Margin of Excellence for our community by investing in student scholarships, workforce development and needed program updates at the College.

All gifts are fully tax deductible for Federal income tax purposes. The TCC Foundation is a 501(c)(3) corporation.


Scholarships help individual students attend college. You can choose a specific scholarship to support or give to a general scholarship fund.


Program funds are used to help programs that rely upon the generosity of donors. You can choose a specific program or give to a general program fund.

Facility Campaigns

Meeting the needs of our burgeoning student population coupled with the community’s need for a high quality, prepared work force has prompted the College to establish two new facility funding projects. 

Unrestricted Donations

Unrestricted donations are used where funds are needed most.

To make donation via check, please make the checks payable to TCC Foundation and mail it to: 

TCC Foundation
444 Appleyard Drive
Tallahassee, FL 32304​

For more information on how to set up a named scholarship, endowment, memorial gift or to become a corporate partner, please contact Heather Mitchell, Executive Director, by e-m​ail​ or at (850) 201-8580.​​​
Contact Information

For more information contact the Foundation office by phone (850) 201-8580 or e-mail

Administration Building
2nd Floor

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