Donate to Ecole du Samedi
Bilingual Children/Ecole du Samedi believes strongly in educating children through the immersion method. Activities and special events are a key part of the cultural immersion. Your contributions make these additional experiences possible. Our main priority is to continue to keep tuition low while providing the best in bilingual education. Unfortunately, tuition at Bilingual Children/Ecole du Samedi only covers the school’s operating costs and is our only source of income. All donations made by parents, friends and corporations go directly toward funding special programs not covered by our basic budget.
We are looking forward to serving francophone and Francophile students for years to come. Please consider Bilingual Children/Ecole du Samedi as you plan your annual donations.
Get Your Donation Matched
Some employers offer gift matching programs which are a great way to increase the size of your donation. To find out if your organization offers this benefit please contact your company's Personnel Director or Matching Gifts Coordinator. If they do, simply include the matching gift form with your contribution and double your donation. The help of corporations and individuals enables Bilingual Children/Ecole du Samedi to fulfill our mission within the greater Atlanta community and we thank you for your continued support.
Ways to Give
Bilingual Children/Ecole du Samedi accepts contributions through a variety of means. Any donation is tax deductible by the fullest extent of the law under Sec. 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Donors can make their contributions by:
- Calling or e-mailing your pledge with the amount (to be paid at a later date) to [email protected] or 404-754-9122
- Bringing your donation to the reception desk on any Saturday classes are in session. Check must be written to Bilingual Children.
- Mailing your donation to:
1098 Wynford Commons
Marietta, GA 30064
Please note that since Bilingual Children/Ecole du Samedi is a 501C3 non-profit corporation and your deduction can be tax deductible.
Here are some links to find out more about the IRS policies regarding charitable contributions:
- For people who itemize they can deduct qualified contributions up 100% (instead of normal usual deduction of 60%) of their adjusted gross income:https://www.irs.gov/charities-non-profits/charitable-organizations/charitable-contribution-deductions
- For people who do not itemize and take the standard deduction, they can still take up to $300 per filing:https://www.irs.gov/newsroom/how-the-cares-act-changes-deducting-charitable-contributions
Bilingual Children/Ecole du Samedi will provide you with the necessary documentation to add to your tax return.
Thank you for your support and your dedication to our school.