Giving Overview

Why to give to FPD

Since 1970, FPD has provided a strong, Christ-centered, academically-sound foundation for over 3000 alumni. That number grows every year as new students enter our classrooms seeking a college-preparatory education based on a biblical worldview. However, our mission extends far beyond our campus. FPD educates and equips tomorrow’s Christian leaders so they can change the world for God’s glory.

By giving to FPD, you help achieve that mission and enhance the opportunities for students to grow their God-given abilities.

Ways to Give

  • First Presbyterian Day School accepts gifts of cash (including checks and credit cards), stocks and securities, real estate, personal property, life insurance policies, charitable trusts, and bequests.
  • Cash
  • Check (Make payable to FPD)
  • Credit card gifts or payments may be made online. 

Most Recent Equipping Our Students List (May 2017)

Charitable Trusts

Donors are advised to consult with their own legal, tax or estate planning professional when considering donations other than cash. This information is general in nature and should not be construed or relied upon as tax or legal advice.

Real Estate

  • Defined as real property or interest in real property such as land or physical structures
  • Immediate fair market value charitable deduction and avoidance of capital gains tax

Securities

  • Publicly Traded Securities and Mutual Funds – readily marketable securities
  • Closely Held Securities – securities in privately-held companies
  • Immediate fair market value charitable deduction and avoidance of capital gains tax

Stock

  • For tax purposes the gift is valid at the average of the high and low price on the day the shares are delivered or transferred to FPD.
  • Please contact Advancement Associate Chris Childers to give a gift of stock to FPD.

GOAL (Greater Opportunities for Learning Access)

  • Direct a portion your state income tax to provide need-based tuition assistance to students who are currently enrolled in a Georgia public school, who demonstrate a financial need, and who desire a FPD education.
  • FPD has partnered with the Georgia GOAL Scholarship Program to help facilitate the provisions of the law
  • Visit www.fpdmacon.org/goal for more information or contact Advancement Associate Chris Childers

Important Giving Links:

Give Online

Most Recent Equipping Our Students List (May 2017)

Advancement Staff:

Cheri Frame – Director of Advancement

Chris Childers –  GOAL Coordinator/Advancement Associate/Facilities Director

Greg Moore – Athletic Director/Advancement Associate

Lauren Wrabel – Advancement Assistant

Eric Latimer – Alumni Relations