Other Ways to Give
Scholarships help maximize the educational opportunity for all qualified girls by offering tuition assistance for those who need it. This promotes a more diverse and competitive educational environment from which all Forest Ridge students benefit.
Create a legacy for the future.
Forest Ridge is honored to be considered in your planned giving, and it is important to us to know that you have consulted an attorney or financial advisor. If you do not have such an advisor, we may be able to recommend one.
Please note that Forest Ridge is not engaged in giving legal or financial advice.
Honor a loved one by making a gift in their name. You may choose to gift to a named scholarship or endowment that focuses on a specific interest, or simply give a gift to our general Forest Ridge Fund in honor of their memory.
Donations of appreciated securities, usually common stock, provide a tax-efficient way of making your gift. Gifts of appreciated securities, held for more than one-year, may entitle you to a charitable income tax deduction for the fair market value of the securities on the date of the gift. Additionally, you may avoid the capital gains tax that would otherwise be due on the appreciation if the security were sold.
Corporate Matching and Matching Gifts
Corporate matching is a type of philanthropy in which companies financially match contributions that their employees made to nonprofit organizations.
When an employee makes a philanthropic gift, the donor will request a matching gift from their employer, who then makes their own contribution. Companies usually match donations at a 1:1 ratio, but some will match at a 2:1, 3:1, or even a 4:1 ratio.
Questions about giving options?
We appreciate the opportunity to help create a planned gift that reflects your values. Please contact our Director of Advancement, Casey Hall O’Rourke ’90 at 425-201-2422 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or Julie Lundgren, Director of Alumnae and Donor Relations, at 425-201-2414 or email@example.com to arrange your gift.