Questions? More ways to give? Read the FAQ.
Checks are gladly accepted! Please send your check to: PO Box 9741, Moscow, ID 83843
Note: Your donation is tax-deductible. Please keep emails for your records. Contact us at email@example.com if you have any questions.
Are my donations to ACCS tax deductible?
Yes. They are tax deductible because ACCS is a 501c3 non-profit organization.
If I want to give to ACCS, to whom should I write the check?
Please make your check payable to the “Association of Classical Christian Schools” or “ACCS”.
To what address should I mail my year-end donation?
Please send your check donations to:
PO Box 9741
Moscow, ID 83843
Will I receive a tax letter from ACCS for my gift?
Yes. When ACCS receives a donation, we send a letter to the giver that confirms your donation amount and confirms that it is a tax-deductible donation.
I am giving a year-end gift, when is the last date that I can give a gift for this calendar year?
Any gift received that is postmarked by December 31 will be counted and confer tax benefit for the current calendar year.
Can I make a stock donation to ACCS?
Yes. ACCS has a brokerage account at D. A. Davidson Wealth Management in Boise, ID so that we can receive stock and mutual fund donations. If you want to make a donation, please contact our VP of Member Services and Advancement, Tim Dernlan. To schedule a meeting, please contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Does ACCS accept in-kind donations?
If you want to donate a boat, home, or a vehicle to ACCS, we can receive that gift and we will issue you a tax receipt for it.
To get that process started, please contact our VP of Member Services and Advancement, Tim Dernlan. To schedule a meeting, please contact us: email@example.com.
Can I give a restricted gift to ACCS?
ACCS may be able to receive a restricted gift, but we would need to work with you to understand the purpose of your donation to make sure it fits with our mission and our priorities (see the next question).
We cannot receive gifts for member schools. Please give those gifts directly to our member school. If you need to find the school you want to give to, here is our School Finder Website.
How does ACCS use donations?
ACCS’s mission is to serve Christ and His Kingdom by serving the member schools of the Association and by growing the classical Christian schooling movement.
Our goal is to make a classical Christian education available to every Christian family in America. Here is a copy of our Case Statement for Giving.
Currently, we are working to raise awareness concerning classical Christian education in order to grow our member schools and to encourage families to start more schools. If you would like to subscribe to The Classical Difference magazine and keep up with the work we are doing, please click here: Subscribe to The Classical Difference.
We are also building training and resources to help schools, at every level, grow and thrive.
Finally, we are building resources in our CADE initiative to maintain the quality of our member schools over time. CADE stands for Certification, Accreditation, Diploma recognition and Endorsement.
If you want to learn more about the impact of classical Christian education and why we think it is so important to support these schools and to grow this movement, please visit the Good Soil Report website.
How can I learn more about ACCS’s initiatives?
You can get a good outline by reading our Case Statement. Here is a copy of our Case Statement for Giving.
It would also be advisable to talk with our VP of Member Services and Advancement, Tim Dernlan. To schedule a meeting, please contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org.