Ways to Give
There are many opportunities in making charitable gifts to Saint Gregory's School, each of which presents certain advantages, depending on the donor's personal circumstances.
The following are several options for your consideration:
Gifts of Cash and Credit Cards:
Cash donations can be made by check out to Saint Gregory's Fund.
Pledges are welcome; all balances are due on or before June 30.
With matching gifts you can sometimes double or even triple your gift! Many employers sponsor matching gift programs and will match charitable contributions made by their employees. To find out if your company has a matching gift policy, please contact your companies Personnel Director or Matching Gift Coordinator.
Gifts of Appreciated Securities:
A gift of appreciated stock (securities) may allow you to make a larger gift than you thought possible. If your securities have appreciated in value, you have the opportunity to avoid the capital gains tax that otherwise would apply to that appreciation if the securities were sold. You also may be eligible for an income tax charitable deduction for the full fair market value of the securities. With the tax savings, the “cost” of your gift to Saint Gregory's School may be much less than the actual value of the gift you are able to make—which may make this form of giving all the more appealing.
Because security delivery instructions are dependent on the asset being gifted, how it is held, how it can be transferred, and the current federal, state, and local privacy statutes, please contact Prajaakta Gore at email@example.com, for transfer assistance and to advise us of any assets being transferred.
Honorary and Memorial Gifts:
Gifts made in honor or memory of a student, faculty member, coach or friend are gratefully accepted.
Contact: Christine Dwyer 518-462- 8314 at Merrill Lynch
Welcome to the Saint Gregory's School donation page. We sincerely appreciate your support and hope to make the donation process simple and secure. To make a donation to the Annual Fund, please click here: