8 Ways to Give
There are many ways to give a gift to Holton.
Please see the list below to determine which way best supports your needs.Our Fiscal Year: Gifts to the Holton Fund are recognized in the fiscal year during which they are received. Please note that Holton’s fiscal year begins on July 1 and ends on June 30 – only gifts made during this time period will be counted toward your household’s annual contribution to the Holton Fund.
Questions about making a gift to Holton? Please contact the Advancement Office at 301.365.6060.
- BY MAIL
- GIFT OF STOCK
- MATCHING GIFT
- COMBINED FEDERAL CAMPAIGN
- DONOR ADVISED FUNDS
- PLANNED GIVING
Give Online: Online gifts can be made through our secure online giving form. You can charge your one-time or recurring gift on American Express, Visa, or MasterCard.
Recurring Gifts: Many donors are able to give more by incorporating a gift into their monthly budget. You can determine the total amount you would like to contribute and spread it out evenly through the end of the fiscal year, or you may simply choose an amount to give each month. Holton offers donors the option to make a recurring gift through our secure online giving form.
Senior Parent Gift: Senior parents have the option to return all or a portion of their graduating daughter's deposit to one of two endowment options. This is a fully tax deductible gift to the endowment that will allow Holton to thrive long into the future. Learn more >>>
Holton welcomes gifts of stocks or securities which can provide significant tax advantages to donors. Please consult with your financial adviser about the current advantages that may apply to you. You can find details on transfer information and fill out a stock notification form here.
You may be able to double or triple your support of Holton through your (or your spouse’s) employer’s matching gift program. Please contact your company’s Human Resources Department to see if you are eligible for a matching gift or search your company name to see details about their program.
Take advantage of one method of charitable giving that is rapidly rising in popularity—the donor-advised fund.
Donor-advised funds allow you to make an irrevocable contribution to another organization, typically a public charity like Fidelity Charitable or a community foundation, and then recommend that the fund make grants to qualified non-profit organizations, like Holton. FIND OUT MORE...
Holton welcomes planned gifts in the form of Bequests, Charitable Remainder Trusts, Charitable Lead Trusts, and Life Insurance and can assist donors who wish to include any of these in their estate planning.
Discover the benefits of planned giving, visit our Planned Giving website.