Donors may contribute to Carrollton in various ways:
List of 6 items.
By Check or Credit Card
Most gifts to Carrollton come in the form of personal checks or credit cards; VISA, MasterCard, American Express or Discover. All gifts entitle donors to a charitable income tax deduction subject to IRS regulations. Consult your tax advisor for details. All checks should be made payable to Carrollton School of the Sacred Heart and mailed to:
Carrollton School of the Sacred Heart 3747 Main Highway Miami, FL 33133 Attn: Advancement Office
Carrollton accepts gifts-in-kind if they can be used in support of the mission of the school. Such gifts might take the form of inventory given through businesses owned by donors. In-kind gifts must adhere to the In-Kind Gift Policy (located under "downloads" on this page) and donors are required to sign an In-Kind Gift Agreement (located under "downloads" on this page)
Does your employer match gifts? Many companies have a matching gift program which can double, and, in some cases, triple the value of your gift. Please check with your company's Human Resources Department. The matching gift must be initiated by you once you have contributed to Carrollton. When Carrollton receives the paperwork from your employer, the school can verify that your gift was made and complete the necessary documentation. Contact Amy Repine, firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
Donors who wish to contribute but do not wish to make an immediate payment may make a pledge. A pledge is a promise to make a specified payment within the campaign period.
The Fund for Carrollton pledges are expected to be paid in full by June 30 of each academic year.
Major Gifts pledges can be made over time, in accordance with the donor's wishes. Pledge reminder letters will be mailed at the times requested by the donor. Contact Denise Ortega, email@example.com for more details.
A residence, vacation home, farm, acreage or vacant lot may have so appreciated in value through the years that its sale would mean a sizable capital gains tax. By making a year-end gift of this property instead, a donor would avoid the capital gains tax, and, at the same time, receive a charitable deduction for the fair market value of the property. Contact Denise Ortega, firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
Stock & Securities
Making a gift of securities is both simple and tax efficient. Gifts of appreciated stock may allow a donor to avoid a capital gains tax in addition to receiving a charitable income tax deduction for the fair market value of the stock. To initiate a gift of stock, please contact Amy Repine, email@example.com. If the transfer has been made please notify the Institutional Advancement Office of the gift, (305) 446-5673, ext. 1278 and send a copy of the completed form when the transfer is made with your broker.