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St. John Educational Foundation Events:

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The Educational Foundation


The St. John School Educational Foundation has been formed to assure the continuing existence of St. John School.


The Purpose of the St. John School Educational Foundation is to:

  • Provide long-term financial assistance to St. John School
  • Assist in reducing the educational subsidy now given to the students of the parish

  • Assist in supporting education programs that are approved and included in the regular curricula.

  • Assist programs of the Board of Trustees for the benefit of St. John School.

  • Provide for financial assistance to assist the exploration and development of new instructional programs for St. John School.

  • Receive and hold or convey property, real, personal or mixed, to carry out the above purposes.

  • Engage exclusively in charitable, religious and educational purposes, and for such purposes to make contributions to the St. John School.

Ways to Give


Gifts of Cash

A cash gift entitles you to a charitable deduction against income. The deduction must be taken in the calendar year in which your gift is made. If the amount of your gift exceeds 50 percent of your adjusted gross income, you may carry over the excess of your contribution for as many as five years. Cash gifts can be made as a one-time contribution or over several years as payments toward a pledge. Checks should be sent with any designated purpose for the gift clearly indicated. Please contact our parish office at 810.629.2251 for more information. Thank you for supporting St. John the Evangelist Catholic School.


Gifts of Appreciated Securities

A gift of appreciated securities entitles you to a charitable deduction equal to the fair market value of the securities, and none of the appreciation in the security is taxable to the donor. When you give securities, your federal tax deduction is limited to 30 percent of your adjusted gross income for the year in which you make the gift. However, you may carry forward the excess amount as a charitable contribution for up to five years, subject to the 30 percent rule.


Life Income Gifts

A life income gift to allows you and/or a beneficiary to retain income from the assets donated, take a federal income tax deduction for a portion of the gift's value (depending on the terms of the gift,) while eliminating capital gains tax on gifts of securities or real estate. Referred to as Charitable Remainder Trusts, life income gifts to St. John School should be arranged between you, the School and your financial and legal advisers to ensure a giving arrangement that is tailored to your personal requirements.


Gifts of Income Interest

A Charitable Lead Trust, an assignment of trust income allows you to give an income interest to the school for a designated period of time, after which the property in the trust returns to you or your heirs. In certain cases, this method of giving allows you to reduce the gift and/or estate tax when the assets are passed to your children or grandchildren at the expiration of the trust.


Gifts of Life Insurance

Life insurance is a unique way to give to St. John School. To qualify, the School needs to become owner and beneficiary. You may choose to donate a paid-up policy no longer needed, give a policy that is not fully paid-up and take a deduction for the present value of the policy, or make the St. John School the owner and beneficiary of a new policy. Ongoing premium payments qualify as charitable deductions.


Gifts of Real Estate

Gifts of appreciated real estate are like gifts of appreciated stock. Any type of property you have owned for more than one year qualifies as a charitable contribution at its fair market value. The asset may be given outright, or may serve as the corpus of a trust arrangement, or in the case of a personal residence, may be given with the right of lifetime tenancy by the donor and/or spouse. An immediate charitable deduction is available to the donor, and the gift is not subject to capital gains taxes.

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