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Last updateThu, 03 Apr 2014 10am

Located On Lake Norman

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Ways of Giving

Cash, Credit Cards, and Check Gifts

Donors may make gifts by cash, check, or credit card. If you would like to make a pledge or have any questions concerning the gifting process please contact Dr. C. Wayne Parker, II Head of School.

Gifts of Stock

Gifts of stock have two main financial benefits: a charitable deduction for the present fair market value and no capital gains tax on the appreciation. Please contact Dr. C. Wayne Parker, II Head of School for information regarding gifts of stock and the process of donating stock or other appreciated assets.

Matching Gifts

You can multiply your gift to SouthLake if your employer has a matching gift program. Thousands of companies have programs that will double, or even triple, individual tax-deductible contributions made by their employees. Check with your personnel office to find out about your company's matching gift program.

Honorary and Memorial Gifts

Annual Fund gifts can be made in honor of a faculty or staff member, student or member of your family. Naming opportunities, including named financial aid scholarships are available. For more information regarding contributions contact Dr. C. Wayne Parker, II Head of School.

Bequests

Before creating your estate plan and before you sell your business, property, or other appreciated assets, take time to learn about your charitable options. By including qualified charities in your planning you can legally channel capital gains taxes, income taxes, and estate taxes towards the support of Christian causes like SouthLake. To learn more about your options and alternatives to support the mission of SouthLake Christian Academy through bequests or other tax planning techniques, please contact Dr. C. Wayne Parker, II Head of School.

"...We are taking every thought captive to the obedience of Christ." II Corinthians 10:5

"The Mission of SouthLake Christian Academy is twofold. The first is to assist the Christian family by providing an education marked by a biblical worldview, academic excellence and affordability so that students are equipped to be salt and light for God's glory. The second is evangelical in scope, to present God's Word and biblical worldview daily to non-believers with the promise of God's redemptive plan, to be a force and voice for Jesus Christ that will resonate throughout non-believing families."