Here at One School of the Arts we have two primary sources of revenue: tuition and gift support. As stewards of the revenue that comes to this school we seek to provide a consistently excellent experience for every scholar. Our tuition covers the everyday operations of the school. However, donations are what makes it possible to make our program truly exceptional. Thank you to every family who partners with us to see our scholars succeed. Will you prayerfully consider helping to leave our school in a better state for the families that will follow you?
[Ways to Give]
GIFT OF CASH
Gifts of cash are accepted in the form of check or credit card and can be designated in support of a particular program, class project or initiative. It is one of the most convenient ways to give. We also gladly welcome pledges.
Gifts of appreciated securities or stock can be very advantageous as you can deduct the fair market value as a charitable contribution and bypass all capital gains taxes.
A General Bequest is a gift of cash satisfied from an estate's general assets.
A Residual Bequest is a gift that is made after expenses or debt of an estate are paid and a portion or remainder of the estate is donated.
A unique way to give is through an existing "paid up" life insurance policy. This allows the donor to make a significant contribution to the school while receiving tax benefits equal to the replacement value or cost basis of the policy, whichever is less.
GIFTS IN KIND
Any gift of a service or an item needed by the school, such as computer technology, art supplies, or athletic equipment, is considered a Gift In Kind. These gifts are vital to providing a quality education for our scholars and we deeply appreciate them.
MEMORIAL AND HONOR GIFTS
A great way to honor a family or loved one is through a memorial contribution to the school. Some families specifically choose to provide scholarship support to a scholar with qualities or passions reminiscent of those they are choosing to honor.
One School of the Arts is a 501c3 Non-Profit recognized by the IRS.