The Office of Advancement is the “Fundraising Arm” of The Providence School. While tuition covers the cost of educating each child in the classroom, The Advancement Office helps fund many of the unique areas of the School, including professional development, facility upgrades, technology, and program enhancements. Our purpose and goal is to meet the school’s private giving needs by securing donations and directing these funds and assets according to each donor’s intentions. In addition with our mission, we want to meet you and build a long-lasting relationship with your family.
There are many ways to give to Providence. However, if you would like to speak with us personally, please call our office at 904.223.5270, option 8, or email us at email@example.com
Ways to Give
At Providence School, Our Students are Our Priority, Our Pride and Our Passion! We feel every graduate is a gift from God therefore, a gift of the world and to the future. A student who becomes a leader and leads with true Christian integrity. A student who becomes an achiever and helps share the future. As an investor of Providence School, you can be assured that your gift will go to preparing the students not just for today, for tomorrow and the future.
The most common way of supporting The Providence School, a cash gift can come in the form of an outright gift, a pledge, or a planned gift that generates income. All cash gifts are tax deductible as provided by law. (Donations are excepted by Cash, Check or Credit Card.)
The Providence School graciously accepts gifts of appreciated assets, such as securities. A gift of appreciated stock can offer tax benefits to the donor. In addition to providing a significant gift, donating long-term appreciated securities enables you to avoid potential capital gain taxes and receive a charitable income tax deduction.
The Providence School receives the same benefit whether the donor gives cash or stock, however the tax savings to yield is likely to be greater if the gift is appreciated stock.
Gifts of appreciated real estate are welcomed and encouraged and enhance Providences’ ability to grow in Campus Planning and Development. Additionally, they can provide especially attractive tax benefits. With proper planning the Real estate can be invested in areas of campus opportunities designated by the donor.
Director of Advancement