Planned giving allows you to make charitable gifts now or as a part of your estate planning to a cause that is important to you, while providing you with many financial benefits, such as tax advantages and safeguards for your future and your heirs. Unlike cash donations, these gifts are made from assets in your estate, such as bequests, life insurance, trusts, pension plans, and charitable IRA rollovers.
You will become a Legacy Donor when you make a provision for Bishop Noland Episcopal Day School in your will or estate plan and advise the school of your intent. You will join others who have chosen to support the mission and ministry of the school, now and into the future with a lasting gift.
Types of Planned Gifts
- Bequest in your will
- Retirement Plan Assets
- Life Insurance Benefits
- Charitable Trust
- Charitable Gift Annuity
- Memorial or Honorary Gift
- Direct Cash Gifts
Planned Giving Opportunities
Your donation can be designated to three areas:
- Eagle Fund - provides direct funding for educational initiatives that tuition does not cover.
- Faculty and Teacher Endowment - Allows us to recruit and retain the brightest and best teachers and provides professional development opportunities to staff.
- Soaring to New Heights Capital Campaign - Encompasses the master plan for the expansion of Bishop Noland Episcopal Day School with a new south campus to accommodate an expanding middle school and a future high school.
We would love to answer any questions you have. Please contact the Development Office, (337) 433-5246, or your attorney to make sure your gift best achieves your desired goal.
Planned Giving Brochure (1836 KB)