Ways to Give
Help secure CBA’s future through a leadership gift while spreading payments out into manageable installments over a number of years. You are able to specify the frequency (monthly, quarterly or annually) of installments over three to five years, as well as the start date of your payments. See our pledge payment chart here.
Any gift to CBA can be made in honor or memory of a teacher, coach, student, alumnus, or friend of the academy. An endowed fund, such as a scholarship or program, is a meaningful way to establish a permanent legacy for the donor or in tribute to a special person.
CORPORATE MATCHING GIFT
Many companies offer matching gift programs that can multiple the amount of your gift at no cost to you. Check with your company’s human resources department to determine eligibility and obtain a matching gift application. Retirees, board members and spouses of employees may also be eligible.
There are several financial benefits to contributing to CBA by transferring appreciated securities; you receive full current market value of the stock on the date of transfer; that amount is deductible on federal income tax returns; and you avoid capital gains.
Bequest: Specify an amount or percent of your estate that will pass to CBA through your will.
Account Beneficiary: Name CBA as the beneficiary of a life insurance policy or retirement account.
Charitable Trusts: Establish a trust that benefits CBA while providing direct income and/or tax benefits to you.
Christian Brothers Academy recommends that you consult with your own financial and tax advisors about gifts of stock, planned gifts and other gift instruments.
For more information, contact Bill Attardi at (732) 747-1959 ext. 223, or email@example.com.