Ways to Give
Cornerstone Christian Academy has been approved by the IRS for tax exempt status under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Contributions to Cornerstone Christian Academy should be tax-deductible in the manner prescribed by federal tax law. Please consult your tax advisor with any specific questions.
Cornerstone accepts philanthropic gifts of cash, checks, securities, gifts in kind and most importantly your time. We are exploring the possibility of online giving, but we currently do not have a vehicle for online gifts.
Gifts of Cash or Check
Please make checks payable to Cornerstone Christian Academy and mail to:
Cornerstone Christian Academy
Corporate Matching Gifts
Matching gifts are an easy way to multiply your gift to the School. Check your company website or contact your employer to see if your company offers a matching gifts program.
Any items that would typically be purchased by the administration may be donated as a gift-in-kind. The estimated cash value, as determined by Cornerstone Christian Academy, is tax-deductible. Please contact the headmaster before making your gift-in-kind donation.
Gifts of Securities
Gifts of appreciated securities allow the donor to avoid paying capital gains on the increase in value. The donor also receives a tax deduction for the full fair market value at the time of the gift. To make a gift of securities, inform your bank or broker to contact Cristy Walden, Cornerstone’s Chief Financial Officer, at 770.441.9222.
Additional Ways to Support Cornerstone
Publix Partners Cards: Have your Publix card scanned at checkout and a portion of your purchase amount will be donated to Cornerstone. (You can pick up your card at the LS front desk.)
Lands' End: Portion of each purchase goes to Cornerstone
Box Tops: www.boxtops4education.com
"We love Cornerstone because the teachers consistently demonstrate a genuine love for all of the students. The environment fostered by the top-notch administration at the school has established an amazing and unique learning opportunity we knew we wanted our children to be a part of."