The goal of the FORWARD TOGETHER campaign is to raise $500,000 by Summer 2017 so each dollar raised up to $500,000 will be matched by a generous benefactor. Below are many ways you can make a tax-deductible donation. The most preferred method is to donate by check. All donations will be added to the progress bar on the campaign’s GoFundMe page. Thank you for your support of QPHS and its mission!
For any questions or for more information, please contact Irene Hunt at 201-998-8227 x 202.
1. Donate by Check (preferred method)
Please make checks payable to “Queen of Peace High School.” You can send a check or money order to:
Queen of Peace High School
191 Rutherford Place
North Arlington, NJ 07031
Attn: FORWARD TOGETHER Campaign
Make sure to put the FORWARD TOGETHER in the memo line.
2. Donate by Credit Card
You can also donate to the FORWARD TOGETHER campaign by credit card through our secure portal by clicking the Donate By Credit Card button below or through GoFundMe (see Donate by Crowdfunding below). All major credit cards are accepted.
3. Corporate Gift Matching
Many company’s have generous gift matching programs and accessing them would greatly help QPHS accelerate our FORWARD TOGETHER campaign. Please look into your company has a matching gift program.
All proceeds benefit Queen of Peace High School (tax id: 221627724) and donations are tax deductible.
4. Donate by e-Check
5. Donate by Crowdfunding
You can also donate via the campaign’s GoFundMe page, but note that GoFundMe charges the school an approximated 8% fee for donations made directly through their site. Donations made through other methods (such as those above) but recorded on the campaign’s GoFundMe site are not subject to this fee.
6. Donate by Tax-Free Transfer for Certain IRA Owners
If you are 70 or older, or turning 70, and have an IRA, consider transferring an amount – perhaps your yearly Required Minimum Distribution – to the FORWARD TOGETHER Campaign. Your IRA transfer could be tax-free, meaning you wouldn’t have to report your distribution as taxable income! Contact your CPA to find out more.