The actual cost of educating a student at C.S. Lewis Academy is almost 20% higher than our school’s cost of tuition. This difference is deliberate in our goal to make C.S. Lewis Academy as affordable as possible, to anyone who desires a CSLA educational experience. This gap between real cost and tuition income is bridged each year through the generous support of donors to our Annual Fund, and participation in various fund raising events. We are able to fulfill our mission of Preparing Students for Life by partnering with people like you who believe in what we are doing.
The CSLA Fund is our annual giving program, sometimes referred to as our CORE donors. While many donors elect to give monthly, others may give annually or on other payment schedules. In any case, these donors do make up the foundation of our fundraising efforts. We could not run C.S. Lewis Academy successfully without this critical assistance.
The 9th Annual CSLA Golf Classic-was a huge success
SAVE THE DATE: 10th Annual Golf Classic - Friday October 8, 2021
Annual Spring Auction - INFO SOON
Other Giving Options
Gifts to Trips (Washington DC/Mexico/Belize)
Additional Methods of Giving
Giving Tuesday, December 1, 2020 INFO to be posted in November
CARES ACT INFORMATION
Legislation known as the CARES Act, designed to rescue the economy from the effects of the coronavirus pandemic, was passed by Congress and signed into law by the president on March 27, 2020. Here is a summary of provisions applicable to charitable giving included in the Act, officially named the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act.
New Charitable Deduction for Non-Itemizers
Taxpayers who take the standard deduction rather than itemizing their deductions will nevertheless be able to claim a charitable deduction of up to $300 for cash donations made in 2020.
Higher Deduction Limits
Individuals in 2020 will be able to deduct cash gifts to the extent of their entire adjusted gross income, and the deduction limit for corporations has been raised from 10% to 25% of taxable income.
Contact Us and Your Advisors
The CARES Act is several hundred pages long and includes numerous provisions that could benefit you financially. Consult your advisors about these provisions. Contact us if we can help you with any gift-planning opportunities.