Dublin City Schools Legacy Fund
Support Dublin City Schools students by leaving a legacy with the Dublin City Schools Legacy Fund. The Legacy Fund administers endowed scholarships annualy to students in financial need and it is meant to INSPIRE, EMPOWER and SUPPORT our students and help them gain access to life changing educational opportunities.
Give a Gift, Make a Difference
The Columbus Foundation serves more than 3,000 individuals, families, and businesses that have created unique funds and planned gifts to make a difference in the lives of others through the most effected philanthropy possible. Nearly 75 years strong, The Columbus Foundation is Your Trusted Philanthropic Advisor® and is among the top 10 largest community foundations in the United States.
You may add to the Dublin City Schools Legacy fund at any time with any amount. The Foundation will provide you with a receipt to substantiate your charitable income tax deduction and the gift is made in accordance with IRS rules.
The Columbus Foundation makes giving an ease! Donations can be made in a variety of forms:
- Gifts of cash
- Publicly traded securities
- Mutual funds
- Closely held stock
- Real estate
- IRA assets
- Partnership interests
- Tangible personal property such as art, antiques, collectibles and jewelry, based on review
You can give a gift to the Dublin City Schools Legacy and your gift is important.
We encourage you to join our wonderful list of donors by making a pledge today! All gifts to the Legacy Fund are recognized on our website on an annual basis, but you can consider joining one of our different clubs. If you are already a member of a specific club, you may join a higher level club by donating the incremental amount. The list of clubs is as follows:
- Emerald Circle: Estate Giving
- Emerald Club: $10,000.00
- Gold Club: $5,000.00
- Silver Club: $1,000.00
- Green and White Club: $500.00
- Dublin Club: $250.00
"Giving back is a fundamental trait we instill in our students. Your gift leads by example and has the ability to impact hundreds of our families."
– Dr. Todd Hoadley, Dublin City Schools Superintendent