Annual giving provides direct funding for educational initiatives that tuition alone does not cover. The Family of Annual Funds includes The Eagle Fund and the Auction. These gifts have an immediate and direct benefit to each student and faculty member, as well as to the quality and scope of school programming.
The Eagle Fund strengthens and sustains the extraordinary opportunities of an EDS education. Parents, Alumni and Friends may want to know how Bishop Noland Episcopal Day School allocates The Eagle Fund donations. The Eagle Fund provides annual giving donors the option of directing gifts to areas of personal interest while supporting fundamental elements of the school program. Donations can be directed to the following areas: Faculty Excellence, Tuition Assistance, Fine Arts, Athletics, Library and Technology, and Area of Greatest Need, as determined by the administration.
The Auction, usually held annually in October, is a dinner with silent and live auctions planned by an Auction Committee consisting of parent volunteers. The Auction is the largest social event of the year and becoming involved is a great way to meet other parents and make a valuable contribution to the school. Our auction is supported by our parents, parishioners, grandparents and the entire community. The school relies on contributions from the Auction to provide critical support to the operating budget by offsetting expenses not covered by tuition.
Become a Banner Donor by participating in both giving opportunities: Eagle Fund and Auction.
Giving Circles are as follows:
- Violet Hardtner Howell Society: $25,000
- St. Francis' Circle: $10,000
- Bishop Noland's Circle: $5,000-$9,999
- Crandall's Circle: $2,500-$4,999
- Maroon and Gray Circle: $1,000-$2,499
- Eagles Circle: $500-$999
- Patrons Circle: $250-$499
- Friends Circle: up to $249
You will be recognized as a Banner Donor if you made contributions to both of our giving opportunities: Eagle Fund and Auction Patron.
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
Employer Matching Gift
Bishop Noland Episcopal Day School qualifies for matched donations from companies with such programs. These donations occur when a company matches its employees’ donations. Corporate matching donations are an easy way to double your impact. If your company offers a match program, EDS can help you through the process. See the list below for local companies that will match your gift. If you don’t see your company, why not ask if they match! We can add them to the list. You can also easily search at Double the Donation
, and search for your workplace in the search bar.
- Allstate Insurance Company
- Anheuser-Busch Companies, Inc.
- Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield
- Anthem Health & Life Insurance Company
- Apple Computer, Inc.
- ARAMARK Corporation
- AT&T Corp.
- Bank of America Corporation
- Charles Schwab
- Delta Dental
- Fluor Corporation
- Home Depot
- Lyondell Bassell
- Morgan Stanley
- Mass Mutual Financial Group
- Northrup Grumman
- Northwestern Mutual
- Phillips 66
- PPG Industries
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.
Director of Annual Giving and Development Services
In cases where employer matches gifts, the donor receives recognition for the total amount of the gift.