Ways to Give
There are a variety of ways you can give to Good Shepherd Episcopal School. Below are explanations for each giving option. If you have questions, or would like to learn more about ways to give to Good Shepherd, please contact Brandon Starr, Associate Head for Advancement, at email@example.com.
Gift by Check or Cash: You can mail a check, or deliver a check or cash, to the Good Shepherd Advancement Office located in Nichols Hall.
Gift by Credit Card: Giving online is simple, fast, and secure. Visit GIVE NOW to donate to Good Shepherd using your VISA, MasterCard, or American Express card, or click on the blue button on the right.
Pledged Gift: This is a gift option where you can commit to giving a certain dollar amount, but it allows you to make a payment on a later date or set up a series of installments payments. Please contact Brandon Starr at firstname.lastname@example.org for options on customized pledge commitments.
Matching Gift: Many employers sponsor matching gift programs and will match any charitable contributions made by their employees. To find out if your company (or your spouse's company) has a matching gift policy, please check with your Human Resources department. The impact of your gift to Good Shepherd may be doubled or possibly tripled!
Planned Giving: This option is sometimes referred to as gift planning or legacy giving. It is a way to support Good Shepherd using a variety of giving vehicles such as a Bequest, Charitable Lead Trust, Charitable Remainder Trust, Gift Annuity, and Life Insurance. Additionally, some planned giving methods may provide income or tax relief to you.
Gift of Stock: Good Shepherd accepts gifts of securities. This method can be used for one-time giving or to fulfill a pledge. There are tax advantages to you when gifting appreciated securities, and the transfers are straightforward and easy to arrange. Please contact Brandon Starr for additional information, email@example.com.