Giving to Miss Hall’s
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Now is a great time to give!
Miss Hall’s is boldly meeting the challenges of the year ahead in a variety of ways.
On December 1, we are asking our community to support the wellbeing of our students by making a financial contribution to the myriad counseling, wellness, and health programs at Miss Hall’s. Kate Fonyo Pisano ’81 has stepped forward with a bold, Giving Tuesday challenge: gifts up to $10,000 will be matched by another $10,000 in support of our students’ wellbeing! Double your impact today!
Alongside the Annual Fund for MHS and the Endowment that supports our mission in perpetuity, our student-led Community Action Fund addresses needs that arise for students, faculty, and staff as a result of COVID-19.
As you consider how you might make a difference, know that the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act – the CARES Act, as it is informally known – includes two legislative provisions designed to encourage charitable giving. The first allows for the deduction of up to $300 in giving this year, whether the taxpayer itemizes their taxes or not. The second raises the deduction from 60% to 100% of charitable giving for those who itemize in 2020, relative to adjusted gross income.
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Ways to give
Please visit our giving form to submit your online gift now.
We want to make your support of Miss Hall’s as easy as possible. We accept electronic funds transfers, gifts of stock and securities, estate bequests, and corporate matching gifts.
We encourage you to join the Heritage Society, a group of alumnae and friends who have included Miss Hall’s in their estate planning. To explore more about planned giving, please click here.
Many employers match dollar-for-dollar the charitable gifts their employees make — so your $100 contribution can easily turn into a $200 or even $300 gift with a match from your company. Some companies also match gifts made by retirees and spouses.
You can request matching gift information from your human resource officer. If they use a matching gift form, please email it to Anne Frame in the Advancement Office.
Use the search bar below to quickly discover if your employer matches charitable gifts.