Ways to Give
Your support of DePaul College Prep helps make an extraordinary Vincentian, Catholic education accessible to young women and men in Chicago. The gap between the true cost of educating each student and the tuition charged is $3,600. Your contributions help close the tuition gap to guarantee current and future DePaul Prep students have access to college prep, Advanced Placement (AP), Honors, International Baccalaureate (IB) and dual enrollment courses through our academic partnership with DePaul University. Give today to ensure that DePaul Prep remains a racially, religiously, socially and economically diverse high school serving the families of Chicago.
Thank you for your support and for joining the many donors & families who are already proudly All In For DePaul Prep!
Make your gift by check payable to DePaul College Prep and mail it straight to us to the attention of the Advancement Office:
DePaul College Prep
Office of Advancement
3333 N. Rockwell Street
Chicago, Illinois 60618
via FACTS Tuition Account
Families can choose to make their annual gift to the Fund for Excellence via their FACTS Tuition account. Choose a one-time payment for your gift, or choose to pair your gift installments to your Payment Plan.
Many employers sponsor corporate matching gift programs and will match charitable contributions (or volunteer hours) made by their employees. You can double your impact! Be sure to designate DePaul College Prep as your nonprofit of choice.
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Workplace giving is an easy and efficient way to make tax-deductible donations to DePaul College Prep, typically with donations taken directly from your paycheck from organizations such as United Way.
Gifts of Stocks & Securities
Gifts of appreciated stock is a wonderful way to help DePaul Prep continue its mission and for the donor to receive tax benefits on such gifts. If you itemize your deductions, you can claim a charitable income tax deduction for the fair market value of the donated securities and avoid capital gains tax. If you no longer itemize, donating appreciated stock still provides the benefit of not having to pay tax on the appreciation. This allows DePaul College Prep to receive a larger gift than if it was sold by the owner and the owner receives a greater tax deduction by giving the stock directly to the school.
Donor Advised Funds
A Donor Advised Fund (DAF) is a type of giving program that allows you to combine the most favorable tax benefits with the flexibility to easily support DePaul College Prep. DAFs are an excellent way to both simplify your giving and facilitate your strategic philanthropic goals that allow charitably inclined individuals, families, and businesses to make tax-deductible charitable donations.
The COVID-19 CARES Act provides increased tax incentives for individual charitable giving made to organizations like DePaul College Prep. Please consider this as you make your giving plans to support our students. For more information, please visit the IRS Cares Act site.
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Invest In Kids Act
Illinois enacted the Invest In Kids Scholarship Tax Credit Program in 2017. This program offers a 75 percent income tax credit to individuals and businesses that contribute to qualified Scholarship Granting Organizations (SGOs). The SGOs then provide scholarships for students whose families meet the income requirements to attend qualified, non-public schools in Illinois.
You can support our students with your every day online shopping. Use AmazonSmile and designate DePaul College Prep as your charity of choice. A portion of your purchase goes back to support our school.
The Fund for Excellence, DePaul College Prep’s annual giving appeal, helps fund much needed scholarships and tuition assistance.
A planned gift in a will or estate plan is an extraordinary way to show your lasting dedication to the mission of DePaul College Prep.
Scholarship & Endowment Programs
Your gift to a scholarship program ensures a quality Vincentian education for our students for years to come.