Quest recognizes the differences of each family and encourages our community to choose the way of giving that suits your family best: from cash and securities to planned gifts. All are ways to make your contribution to Quest Montessori’s promising future.
Quest is a 501(c)3, non-profit organization so all gifts to our school are fully tax deductible.
Give your way:
- Quest Annual Fund
The Annual Fund is a yearly fundraising initiative which truly touches every member of the Quest Montessori community. The money raised from the Annual Fund is combined with tuition proceeds and special events revenue to provide faculty with competitive salaries and professional development, students with numerous enrichment activities, up-to-date technology and safe and stimulating campus facilities.
- Become a Quest Visionary
A step up in giving amounts ($1,000-$10,000) to uphold and carry forward the original vision of our founding families. In addition to your gifts to the Visionary Fund you can also secure naming for larger gifts to the school (naming gifts such as picnic benches, trees, and classroom equipment).
Gifts of Cash
The majority of gifts made to Quest Montessori are made in the form of cash or check and offer a tax deduction in the full amount of the gift.
Quest can securely accept contributions from all major credit cards and giving can be set to recur monthly. Donate now
Gifts of Stock
With a gift of stock, particularly a gift of appreciated stock, you have the opportunity to provide support to Quest and to take advantage of significant tax benefits.
Help create the Quest Foundation by making a planned gift to Quest Montessori School. These gifts include: bequests, charitable gift annuities, designation of Quest Montessori School in your retirement and insurance plans, gifts of real estate, charitable reminder trusts and charitable lead trusts among others.
If you are interested in discussing a gift to Quest Montessori School, please contact:
Susannah Blair, Director of Development, at 401-783-3222 or [email protected]