To support the campaign, you may view the options for giving and make a pledge by clicking on the button below.
How does the Capital Campaign differ from the Heritage Fund or other annual events? Do we give to both?
Heritage is deeply grateful for the generosity of our families to the Heritage Fund, annual Fall Auction, and Golf Challenge. We hope that our families will continue to prioritize the Heritage Fund in their annual giving, as well as consider making a special, one-time commitment to the capital campaign.
The Heritage Fund is the school’s primary fundraising initiative and serves as the foundation for every annual development plan. It is an annual, systematic fundraising campaign around which all other activities revolve. Gifts to the Heritage Fund are typically given from one’s income.
The Cornerstone Capital Campaign is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to invest in Heritage for the long-term future of the school. The purchase of the historic, beautiful Rock Spring Presbyterian Church campus will provide a permanent space for our growing enrollment throughout the school and accommodate plans to launch a high school in the fall of 2021. Additionally, the campaign will provide upgrades to our current campus at Morningside Baptist Church. Support for a capital campaign is often a gift of one’s assets (i.e. appreciated stock).
Great—We are ready! How can we give to the capital campaign?
You may support the campaign through a gift of cash, check, credit card, transfer of stock/appreciated asset, or through a donor-advised fund. Please contact Matt Skinner ([email protected], 404-815-7711) for more information about how to make your pledge or gift.
Can we spread our pledge over more than one year?
Gifts can be paid in full upon pledging or over multiple years on a schedule that is convenient for you. We ask that all pledges be paid by June 30, 2023.
Is this gift still tax-deductible?
Yes, gifts to Heritage Preparatory School are tax-deductible as provided by law. Please consult your financial advisor or attorney to determine what option best accomplishes your charitable intentions.
“And we know that God causes all things to work together for good to those who love God, to those who are called according to his purpose”.
– Romans 8:28