A charitable gift from your estate is a favored method of giving that enables you to achieve your financial goals and benefit St. Albans in ways that may not be possible through lifetime gifts.
Giving through your estate plan generates a charitable estate tax deduction and substantial tax savings. You may direct all or a portion of your estate to St. Albans.
Our alumni and friends want to give back to St. Albans for making them who they are today, but they also want to give forward by helping the next generation of students.
A bequest from Harriet Lane Johnston in 1903 was St. Albans' financial cornerstone and STA's first "planned gift." Planning allows you to take care of your family, provide for the transfer of assets to those close to you, and leave a legacy at St. Albans. We can help you find the best way to make your gift, and perhaps find a gift option that you might help you in a way that you might not have thought was possible.
Every gift — public and private, large and small — helps provide the means for St. Albans to conduct innovative research and hands-on student learning opportunities.
A gift plan can provide you substantial tax advantages, especially on gifts of stocks and real estate.
Below you will find a list of assets that are most commonly used to establish a planned gift.
If you are advising a client who is considering a planned gift or bequest to St. Albans, we welcome the opportunity to work with you in helping your client. Please use the resources and tools below as a starting point, and always feel free to contact us any time for further information or assistance on a confidential basis.
Here is some basic information about our organization:
Tax I.D. Number
St. Albans School's Tax ID number is 53-019-6604.
St. Albans is profoundly grateful for the support provided by our alumni and friends. Through their generosity, they create meaningful legacies for future generations. Here are some of their stories.