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Ways to Give
Invest in a Girl, TODAY and TOMORROW
The value of a Bay View education is priceless. The cost however, is very definite. That is why Bay View Academy relies on the financial support of our alumnae, parents, and friends—people like YOU.
Make a secure-online gift or pledge today. You will receive an e-mail confirmation of your gift, followed in the mail by a printed receipt.
Make your gift or pledge over the phone by calling (401) 434-0113, ext. 133.
Bay View Academy accepts Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express.
Write a check made payable to Bay View Academy
Mail to: Bay View Academy
Annual Giving Office
3070 Pawtucket Avenue
Riverside, Rhode Island 02915
Gifts of Securities
Gifts of appreciated assets can be made to Bay View Academy and may provide special tax advantages to you and your family. Giving appreciated stocks, bonds, or mutual funds can allow for the avoidance of capital gains taxes and, in most instances, a charitable deduction for the full fair market value of the donation. To learn more about these types of gifts, please contact Tracey Mahoney at 401-434-0113, ext. 133
Many corporations match their employees’ charitable contributions to non-profit organizations. To find out if the company you work for (or your spouse's company) has a matching gift program, contact your human resources office and follow the directions to initiate a match. If you need more information about matching gifts, contact Tracey Mahoney at (401) 434-0113, ext. 133 for more information. You will be credited for your gift, plus the matched amount by you or your spouse's employer.
Many donors help to secure the future strength and position of Bay View Academy by remembering Bay View in their wills. Bequests or other deferred gifts can be made in several ways:
-Specifying a dollar amount or asset, such as securities
-Leaving all or a percentage of one’s estate
-Leaving a residual interest
Planned gifts can be designated for restricted purposes - such as an endowed scholarship - or left completely unrestricted.
LEAVE A LEGACY