Gifts of appreciated securities offer significant tax advantages to the donor and are easy to arrange. An income tax deduction is allowable for the value of the mean of the high and low prices of the stock on the day of transfer to Miss Hall’s School. Gifts of appreciated stocks held more than 12 months avoid capital gains tax, as well.
Many companies will match contributions made by an employee or a spouse. Find out more
> Life Income Gifts
You may make a charitable contribution to Miss Hall’s School and also receive income for life while obtaining significant tax advantages. You may request a free and confidential meeting with our planned giving advisor to learn what such a gift could mean for you.
Visit thePlanned Giving section of our website to learn more about life income gifts.
Any asset may be transferred to Miss Hall’s School by bequest. The gift may be made under your will, through a trust, or by designating Miss Hall’s School as a beneficiary of a life insurance policy or retirement plan. Those who make Miss Hall's a beneficiary of their estate are welcomed into the Heritage Society.
Visit the Planned Giving section of our website to learn more about making a bequest and becoming a member of the Heritage Society.
> Gifts of Real Estate
You may make gifts of real estate and gifts of future interests in real estate and obtain tax savings. You may even make a gift of your personal residence or second home, retain the right to use it for the rest of your life, and obtain significant savings.