Inspiring inclusion, acceptance, and lifelong learning
Support our Students
On average we invest $25,000 each year to provide tuition scholarships to qualified families. Make a one time gift to help ensure ALL children have access to quality Pre-K education.
Join our Friends Circle
A monthly donation at any amount makes a large impact all year long. The commitment of our sustaining donors allows us to respond quickly and adjust to meet the needs of our children knowing the funds are there to do our work.
Donate School Supplies
Program and classroom supplies can average over $2,000 a year for each class. You can help us reduce these costs by donating needed materials.
Looking to make a lasting gift to Learning Together? There are many options that fund critical needs while providing potential tax benefits to the donor. For more information, please contact our Executive Director Kyle Reese at email@example.com or 919-856-2700
Do you have stock that has appreciated in value where if sold would increase your tax liability? You may be able to donate your stock to Learning Together with significant tax benefits, consult your tax advisor based on your personal situation.
Gifts from Retirement Plans
The Perfect Gift Asset – Retirement plan assets (those in qualified plans and IRAs) are ideal for charitable giving purposes because these assets are often heavily taxed when passed to non‐spouse beneficiaries.
If you are 70 ½ or older , you can choose to give your required annual distribution before December 31st of each year. This may provide significant tax benefits. Please check with your tax or legal advisor before making a gift of retirement plan assets.
To make a future gift of retirement plan assets simply requires a designation of Learning Together as the beneficiary of the plan. Please check with your tax or legal advisor before making a gift of retirement plan assets.
Bequest by Will
A Legacy of Giving – Including a charitable bequest in your will is a simple way to make a lasting gift to Learning Together and your community. You can leave a bequest by adding to an existing will or drafting a new one. Make a gift of a stated dollar amount, a percentage of your estate, or the remainder after distributions to other beneficiaries.
Charitable gifts may be tax-deductible to the extent allowable by law. Please consult your tax or legal advisor. If you have added Learning Together to your will, please let us know so that we may recognize you as part of our Legacy Society.