Ways to Give
Every gift (we now offer recurring monthly giving) to CHCA makes a major difference. Your support fuels CHCA's mission, and you’ll see your gift making a difference each day in blessing the lives of our students and teachers. Your gift can also make a difference for you in tax benefits.
We offer a variety of ways to give of your time, talent, and financial resources in order to manifest your passions.
All gifts to CHCA are tax deductible to the full extent of the law. CHCA is a 501(c)(3) non-profit. Tax ID #31-1225392.
Please consult your tax advisor for specific tax-related information.
Step 1: Authorize your broker or financial consultant to transfer the stock. CHCA Stock Account Information your broker will need:
Broker: Fifth Third Securities, Inc.
Account Number: 069-147737
DTC/Routing Number: 0226
Step 2: Notify CHCA of your stock gift An acknowledgement letter will be mailed once the stock transfer has occurred.
Questions about donating stock? Contact Rebecca Sequeira in the Development Office at (513) 247-9944, ext. 210.
All gifts to CHCA, whether large or small, have tremendous potential to transform young lives in lasting and powerful ways. Our school relies on volunteers and donors to give of their time and resources during their lifetimes, but we also understand that in order to perpetuate and enhance the programs we offer, planned giving will need to be a crucial component of CHCA’s financial future.
Planned gifts can be arranged in several ways, the most common being through a will (bequest). Some set aside a certain dollar amount, while others leave a percentage of their estate or assets leftover after their family has been provided for. Some people give their favorite organization something they own, like a car or home. Another planned giving option is to name an organization like CHCA as the beneficiary of a life insurance policy or IRA.
Be sure to let us know if you plan to bless CHCA with a planned gift, or contact us with questions.
It takes a noble person to plant a seed and grow a tree that will one day provide shade to those whom one may never meet. Dr. David Trueblood