Legacy Giving

The generosity and commitment of NJC donors is of great importance to our school, and makes a significant impact on the lives and futures of our students.

Many of our donors choose to support NJC during their lifetimes through the Annual Fund, while others choose to include the college in their financial plans. There are a variety of ways to provide for the school and such options may include leaving a bequest after you have gone. Alternatively, some may wish to witness the results of their philanthropy by establishing a named fund through our endowment.
Through a planned gift, donors may help NJC for generations to come. Donors may offer unrestricted donations so that their legacy will be directed to the area where it is needed most. Alternatively, gifts may be designed to benefit a preferred program such as bursaries, campus and infrastructure improvements or scholarships. All donations may be disbursed immediately or may be directed to the endowment so that the school benefits in perpetuity.

Some donors may wish to establish a Named Endowed Fund to commemorate or honour friends and family. A named endowment stands as a lasting tribute, while providing essential support to our students. An individual or organization may establish a named endowed fund through a gift of $50,000 or more to the NJC Fund, which may be designated in support of a particular project or program.

Whatever your choice, there are options that will work for every financial reality. All planned gifts will strengthen the vitality and permanence of our exceptional school while ensuring that your legacy will endure in the way that is most fitting for you.

Legacy gifts are unique to the wishes of each donor and should be tailored to suit each donors needs, objectives and wishes as well as those of the school. For more information about including NJC in your financial plans, please contact the Advancement Department at 1.800.263.2923 ext. 223 or advancement@neuchatel.org.
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Neuchâtel Junior College offers the unique opportunity to study Canadian curriculum abroad. While living in Switzerland in a French community, students enjoy an international education through travel and experiential learning in Europe. Gap year and Grade 12  high school students gain international experience and develop independence and life skills that prepare them for university and the global workplace.

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