A Private Christian School Engaging Hearts and Minds

Ways to Give

Silverdale Baptist Academy gratefully accepts gifts towards the development of our goal of "impacting our world by preparing students to become godly warriors" as stated in our Vision Statement.

 

Cash/Check

  •   A gift in the form of cash or check and the donor receives an immediate tax deduction.
  •   Credit card gifts or payments may be made online in the very near future.
     

Securities

  • Publicly traded Securities and Mutual Funds - readily marketable securities
  • Closely Held Securities- securities in privately-held companies
  • Immediate fair market value charitable deduction and avoidance of capital gains tax
     

Real Estate

  • Defined as real property or interest in real property such as land or physical structures
  • Immediate fair market value charitable deduction and avoidance of capital gains tax
     

Year End Giving

  • If you are making an end-of-the-year gift to SBA, please be aware that it must be postmarked no later than December 31st.
     

Stock Transfer

  • SBA gratefully receives gifts of appreciated assets, such as securities.  Often a gift of appreciated stock offers tax benefits to the donor.  Not only can the donor take a charitable deduction for the current,full fair-market value of the stock, capital gains tax can also be avoided on the appreciation.
  • Viewed another way, you may be able to give more than you thought possible when the tax ramifications are considered.  The benefit to SBA is the same whether you give cash or stock but the tax savings to yield is likely to be greater if you give appreciated stock.
     

Planned Giving

  • Planned giving is a way to contribute to SBA using estate-planning vehicles.
     

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Donor Privacy Policy

SBA is committed to honoring and protecting our donor's privacy, including any personally identifiable information. SBA does not and will not sell nor trade donor's information with outside parties.

Donors are advised to consult with their own legal, tax and estate planning professional when considering donations other than cash.  This information is general in nature and should not be construed or relied upon as tax or legal advice.

If you have any further questions in regards to giving, please contact Patti Reneau.