- Gifts of Cash, Check, or by Credit Card
- Matching Gifts
- GIFTS OF STOCK
- Gifts In honor or memory
- GOAL Scholarship
Cash gifts via personal checks and/or credit cards are the most popular ways to make gifts to The Woodward Fund. Please mail your check or credit card information with a reply card to: Woodward Academy–Office of Advancement, 1662 Rugby Avenue, College Park, GA 30337.
Does The Woodward Fund accept gifts of securities?
Woodward Academy gratefully receives gifts of appreciated assets, such as securities. A gift of appreciated stock often offers tax benefits to the donor.
What is the process for transferring stock to The Woodward Fund?
- Instruct your broker to transfer the gift shares directly to Woodward Academy's broker, CIBC Private Wealth Management.
- To ensure that stock gifts have been correctly processed, please contact Claire Hegarty, Director of Advancement, at the time of transfer.
- At the time of transfer, it is very important that your broker provide the details to the bank representative, Whitacre Mansfield at email@example.com or 404-881-3432.
- Woodward Academy's account number is VA64-0079-03-4.
- The DTC number is 5409 (Reliance Trust).
Can I make a gift in honor or memory of someone special?
Gifts can be made in honor or memory of someone with a minimum donation of $25 per honoree. For example, donors can make a gift in honor of a teacher who has made a difference in a student's education or in memory of a loved one. A notification letter will be mailed to the individual or family, and the honoree's name will be listed in the annual Philanthropy Report.
The State of Georgia has created an opportunity for taxpayers to redirect a portion of their Georgia state income taxes to improve educational opportunities in Georgia. Woodward Academy partners with the Georgia GOAL Scholarship Program, a student scholarship organization that allows participants to redirect a portion of their Georgia tax liability to Woodward Academy. This program provides opportunities for more students to receive a Woodward Academy education.