A Contribution Made In Memory of…
When someone we care about passes, what we have left are our memories and the shared experiences that define the person we knew. The way each of us remember and celebrate these memories is unique and deeply personal, but a frequent theme is a gift made in memory of that person.
Memorial contributions to the PHCC Educational Foundation are welcomed and will be used to support the Foundation’s efforts to provide educational programs for plumbing and HVACR contractors and their employees. Additionally, they provide support for the Foundation scholarship program and will help to fund scholarships provided by the PHCC National Auxiliary.
Memorial gifts are listed in our contributor thank you board and published in our newsletter. You may view that list at any time by following this link: Annual Contributors List
We are grateful you have chosen to honor a person’s memory in this way. Your gift supports industry education programs today and provides for the next generation of our profession’s leaders.
The PHCC Educational Foundation is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization and gifts are tax deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law. If you provide your address, you will receive a contribution confirmation letter for your tax records. Please call with questions (800) 533-7694.
Give online, call us at (800) 533-7694, click the button to give online via PayPal or return the printable form below.
|Make a gift in memory of Fran Williams.|
The PHCC Educational Foundation was formed over 25 years ago by PHCC members with the goal of helping their fellow contractors be more successful through education and professionalism. These contractors believed and still believe that by helping their friends and their competitors, the whole profession benefits.
Contributions made through the annual giving campaign support the PHCC Educational Foundation's efforts to provide educational programs for our industry. Gifts also support the PHCC National Auxiliary scholarship program. Together, the Auxiliary and Foundation award $85,000 or more in scholarships each year.