Ways to Give
Gifts of Cash
Most gifts to Episcopal are cash contributions, for which donors receive tax benefits if they itemize deductions.
Appreciated Stocks and Securities
Donors may realize substantial tax savings by transferring appreciated stock to the School prior to the sale. Capital gains on the amount of appreciation may be avoided, and the donor receives a tax deduction based on the fair market value of the stock at the time of the gift. For stock transfer instructions, please click here.
Yours may be one of the many employers who offer matching-gift programs which double - and in some cases even triple - the value of your gift to the school. Please contact your employer for matching gift guidelines for your company.
Whether through a bequest or a structured planned gift, donors who make deferred gifts can realize substantial benefits while supporting Episcopal. Contact Missy Ketchum, Director of Advancement, for more information.
Gifts of Personal Property
Episcopal’s gift acceptance policy includes a provision for gifts of personal property as long as certain conditions are met. Please check with Missy Ketchum, Director of Advancement, on the gift you are considering.