Martin Padilla Legacy Society
The Contra Costa College Foundation (CCCF) is committed to supporting student success now and in the future. We understand that you can never take an education away from someone, and that oftentimes students need our help in order to attain that education.
If you want to ensure that the Contra Costa College Foundation will be here to support future generations of students, we ask you to consider becoming a member of the Martin Padilla Legacy Society.
The Martin Padilla Legacy Society is a community of supporters who add CCCF to their estate plans, and who come together in person annually. By making us a part of your estate plan, you will join this group of leaders and help us support even more students and programs at Contra Costa College in future years.
Consider adding the Contra Costa College Foundation as a beneficiary of your estate plan – we are here to help. The simplest types of legacy gifts are bequests or distributions of life insurance policies. Our staff and Board volunteers would be happy to discuss your questions and concerns, with the utmost respect and confidentiality. To learn more, please contact:
Sara Marcellino, Development Officer, 510-215-3805, email@example.com.
Thank you to the following members who have generously included the Contra Costa College Foundation in their estate plans. If you have already included CCCF in your estate plan, we would love to hear from you! We cherish these meaningful gifts, and would enjoy the opportunity to thank you for your generosity.
Colin and Mila Coffey
Dr. Lorraine Schnurr
Dr. William van Dyk and Margaret Sullivan
Who was Martin Padilla?
The Martin Padilla Legacy Society is named in honor of a beloved evening program monitor, Martin Padilla, who passed away tragically after working for the College for 20 years. In tribute to his service and generosity, the CCC Foundation named its Legacy Society in his memory. It is designed to recognize and honor benefactors who have made enduring gifts for the continued well-being of Contra Costa College by including the CCC Foundation in their financial or estate plans.