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Annual Giving: The SAC Parent Fund Annual Giving is the cornerstone of all fundraising programs at St. Andrew’s – the foundation upon which all of our other fundraising efforts are built. Gifts to the annual fund provide support for current year operations, strengthening core academic and extracurricular programs. The School asks each family to make an annual gift of $1,500 to the SAC Parent Fund. This voluntary donation is facilitated by way of the Business Office through your son’s account. Each year in the fall term, three SAC Voluntary Gift installments ($500 each) are included on your account. Like all donations to St. Andrew’s, these voluntary gifts will receive a tax receipt eligible for the year in which the donation is made.

Annual Giving: Pick Your Passion You have the opportunity to direct your annual gift to one or more areas of the School that you and your son feel passionately about. For example, you may want to designate your support to Residential Life, Arts & Music Programs, Athletics, or Pipes & Drums. A list of potential areas for support is sent out in the fall, along with a guide on how to designate your donation. Unrestricted donations to the Parent Fund (gifts that are not specifically designated) support a number of priorities as deemed necessary by school leadership.   A few recent examples of initiatives the Parent Fund has supported:  • Academic resources & faculty professional development. • Installation and maintenance of new classroom technology. • Building restoration and renovations, including repairs to the Chapel steeple and Dunlap Hall. • Updated health and safety issues such as residence fire code updates and school defibrillators.

For more information, contact: Advancement Office 905.727.3178 Care to help online? Please visit: www.sac.on.ca/support-sac. THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT.

Making a Gift to St. Andrew’s Contributing philanthropically to SAC is a testament to your decision to provide the best possible education for your son. There are many other ways to make your gift to the School.   A donation by Cheque (made out to St. Andrew’s College Foundation) or any major Credit Card goes to work immediately to support the School. Our secure online website provides a quick and easy way for you to send your support or to make a pledge at www.sac.on.ca/ support-sac/onlinegiving.asp. You can also contact the Advancement Office directly at 905.727.3178.

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A donation in your Company’s Name can provide significant tax benefits and is a great way to enhance philanthropy within your organization. Many companies have Matching Gift programs that will match charitable donations. Please contact your HR manager to see if your company qualifies.   A Gift of Securities has become a popular way to make a contribution as the tax on the capital gains accrued on publicly traded securities can be eliminated when the securities are gifted to a registered charity -- like St. Andrew’s College Foundation.

15800 Yonge Street, Aurora, Ontario, Canada L4G 3H7 T. 905.727.3178 • F. 905.841.6911 www.sac.on.ca

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For over a century there has been a very special and generous philanthropic spirit which has become one of the many great traditions here at the College.

FAQ 

This booklet will guide you through fundraising at St. Andrew’s College.

1. What is the St. Andrew’s College Foundation?

The SAC Foundation is the entity which represents and accepts all donations made to the School. Established in 1962, the Foundation is responsible for the distribution of gifts across various funds and the growth of the School’s Endowment Fund. The Foundation is governed by trustees (typically Old Boys) on a volunteer basis and all donations directly support the School.

The Yuill Family Athletic Complex - opened spring 2012

The Importance of Giving

You expect the best in education, including first-rate teachers and learning resources, vast and competitive athletic and extracurricular programs, and special attention to personal development and university admittance. St. Andrew’s, as a not-for-profit institution not receiving government funding, relies on tuition fees and donations to meet these expectations. Our efforts to continuously build stronger programs are backed by a community wanting and willing to contribute, something that sets St. Andrew’s apart.

Parents: Your Role in our Community

As a parent at St. Andrew’s College, you are an important and involved member of our community. You provide necessary financial support in the form of tuition and gifts, you give valuable time and effort volunteering and participating at many events throughout the year, and you have a hand in important decision making and strategic planning. Our parents offer a wide array of talents and expertise, which is integral to the ongoing development of the School.  

A spirit of philanthropy is echoed in our school mission statement and motto, respectively:

“Dedicating ourselves to the development of the complete man, the well-rounded citizen.” and

“Quit ye, stand fast in the faith, quit ye like men, be strong. Let all your things be done with charity.”

Inside

GES.Phil Bro V8. April 11.indd 1

Capital Giving

Shaping Our Future

Strengthening the Future, Preserving the Past

Strategic Plan 2011-2016

Capital gifts to St. Andrew’s meet building and endowment needs that cannot be met by tuition and annual giving. Capital campaigns are an intensive fundraising effort that typically have a set goal and timeline and yields significant improvements to the School.

The School’s current strategic plan identifies goals and initiatives that are integral to the ongoing success of St. Andrew’s. The following are several highlights of the strategic plan:

Throughout the history of St. Andrew’s, key capital improvements have shaped the face of the School, including most recently: Spring 2012 and ongoing – Campus Master Plan Phase II - Not an Ordinary Place Campaign: Yuill Family Athletic Complex, Performing Arts Centre, Music Centre, Engineering Centre, Business & Leadership Studies Centre, and Great Hall & Dining Services ($28 million) Fall 2003 – Campus Master Plan Phase I: Rogers Hall (Middle School), Yuill Family Gymnasium, Wirth Art Centre, and Staunton Gallery ($18 million)

• Promoting educational excellence: academic program will be recognized for its breadth, depth and quality. • Maintaining our traditions and an innovative edge: continue to be recognized as a leader in the implementation of technology in the classroom. • Ensuring strength and sustainability for future generations: complete phase II of our Campus Master Plan (Music, Drama, Assembly Space, Teaching Space, Upper Fields, Great Hall & Food Services). Carry out renovations which enhance the beauty of the campus and the efficacy of the learning environment.

The Yuill Family Athletic Complex Thanks to the generous support of our Old Boys, in particular Bill Yuill ’57, the Board decided in spring 2011 to move forward with a significant capital initiative in the 2011-2016 Strategic Plan – the redevelopment of our upper fields at a cost of $6.5 million. The revitalization includes: a spectacular synthetic turf field for football, soccer, rugby and lacrosse with an 800-seat complex; comprehensive track and field facilities; a baseball diamond with seating stands; a training facility for soccer, baseball and cricket; two outdoor multi-sport courts; and new parking lots.

Red & White Gala: Each year in the spring, the SAC Parents Guild hosts a major fundraiser – the Red & White Gala. This annual event is a favourite among parents, and is a great way to meet other parents while raising money for St. Andrew’s.

4. What is an Endowment Fund and how does it differ from the Annual Fund?

An Endowment is a substantial fund that provides the School with scholarship, award and auxiliary monies based on earned investment income. Comprised of many funds, typically in the name of an individual or family and with a minimum value of $10,000, the School’s endowment provides support to the operating budget while continuing to be invested and growing in the long-term. A practical equivalent to an endowment fund would be a savings account, and to the annual fund a chequing account.

2. Are gifts to St. Andrew’s considered eligible for charitable tax receipts?

Yes! Gifts to St. Andrew’s College Foundation provide the same tax incentives as donations to any other registered charity in Canada. In Ontario, for example, you are eligible for a tax rebate up to 46% on all donations made to the School. Tax receipts are mailed out promptly once a gift is received.

3. How else can I support SAC?

In addition to our Annual Giving Program, there are other unique initiatives to which you can contribute.

5. What is the difference between restricted and unrestricted funds?

The two terms refer to how and where a gift may be utilized. Gifts to an unrestricted fund, such as the SAC Parent Fund, are dispersed to various areas of school life considered to be priorities as deemed by the Headmaster and Board of Governors. Gifts made to a restricted fund, such as Pipes & Drums, exclusively support the area to which they are directed. 

Tribute Gifts: Leave your mark around campus with a tribute gift in your name or in honour of someone special. These types of gifts include a Great Hall chair, a sports locker, a tree planting and others.  

We will continue to raise funds for this development, and significant naming opportunities are available. These vastly improved facilities will offer our students the highest calibre playing fields in the country on which to perform their very best.

No Varnish or Ink where tab glues please

Generations of parents, Old Boys and friends of the School have provided for the many programs and facilities that will now benefit your son. Your contributions will carry this emphatic spirit of giving forward and continue to strengthen the School during your son’s time as a student and once he joins our extensive Old Boy network.  

Planned Giving: The most popular planned gifts are bequests and life insurance. These gifts provide the School with a significant donation and are designed to allow you to contribute more than you would have thought possible. Contact our Advancement team to learn more about leaving your legacy.

Fall 2000 – Towers Library Renovation ($500,000)

pocket interior

16/04/12 2:58 PM


8.625

8.75 8.75

For over a century there has been a very special and generous philanthropic spirit which has become one of the many great traditions here at the College.

FAQ 

This booklet will guide you through fundraising at St. Andrew’s College.

1. What is the St. Andrew’s College Foundation?

The SAC Foundation is the entity which represents and accepts all donations made to the School. Established in 1962, the Foundation is responsible for the distribution of gifts across various funds and the growth of the School’s Endowment Fund. The Foundation is governed by trustees (typically Old Boys) on a volunteer basis and all donations directly support the School.

The Yuill Family Athletic Complex - opened spring 2012

The Importance of Giving

You expect the best in education, including first-rate teachers and learning resources, vast and competitive athletic and extracurricular programs, and special attention to personal development and university admittance. St. Andrew’s, as a not-for-profit institution not receiving government funding, relies on tuition fees and donations to meet these expectations. Our efforts to continuously build stronger programs are backed by a community wanting and willing to contribute, something that sets St. Andrew’s apart.

Parents: Your Role in our Community

As a parent at St. Andrew’s College, you are an important and involved member of our community. You provide necessary financial support in the form of tuition and gifts, you give valuable time and effort volunteering and participating at many events throughout the year, and you have a hand in important decision making and strategic planning. Our parents offer a wide array of talents and expertise, which is integral to the ongoing development of the School.  

A spirit of philanthropy is echoed in our school mission statement and motto, respectively:

“Dedicating ourselves to the development of the complete man, the well-rounded citizen.” and

“Quit ye, stand fast in the faith, quit ye like men, be strong. Let all your things be done with charity.”

Inside

GES.Phil Bro V8. April 11.indd 1

Capital Giving

Shaping Our Future

Strengthening the Future, Preserving the Past

Strategic Plan 2011-2016

Capital gifts to St. Andrew’s meet building and endowment needs that cannot be met by tuition and annual giving. Capital campaigns are an intensive fundraising effort that typically have a set goal and timeline and yields significant improvements to the School.

The School’s current strategic plan identifies goals and initiatives that are integral to the ongoing success of St. Andrew’s. The following are several highlights of the strategic plan:

Throughout the history of St. Andrew’s, key capital improvements have shaped the face of the School, including most recently: Spring 2012 and ongoing – Campus Master Plan Phase II - Not an Ordinary Place Campaign: Yuill Family Athletic Complex, Performing Arts Centre, Music Centre, Engineering Centre, Business & Leadership Studies Centre, and Great Hall & Dining Services ($28 million) Fall 2003 – Campus Master Plan Phase I: Rogers Hall (Middle School), Yuill Family Gymnasium, Wirth Art Centre, and Staunton Gallery ($18 million)

• Promoting educational excellence: academic program will be recognized for its breadth, depth and quality. • Maintaining our traditions and an innovative edge: continue to be recognized as a leader in the implementation of technology in the classroom. • Ensuring strength and sustainability for future generations: complete phase II of our Campus Master Plan (Music, Drama, Assembly Space, Teaching Space, Upper Fields, Great Hall & Food Services). Carry out renovations which enhance the beauty of the campus and the efficacy of the learning environment.

The Yuill Family Athletic Complex Thanks to the generous support of our Old Boys, in particular Bill Yuill ’57, the Board decided in spring 2011 to move forward with a significant capital initiative in the 2011-2016 Strategic Plan – the redevelopment of our upper fields at a cost of $6.5 million. The revitalization includes: a spectacular synthetic turf field for football, soccer, rugby and lacrosse with an 800-seat complex; comprehensive track and field facilities; a baseball diamond with seating stands; a training facility for soccer, baseball and cricket; two outdoor multi-sport courts; and new parking lots.

Red & White Gala: Each year in the spring, the SAC Parents Guild hosts a major fundraiser – the Red & White Gala. This annual event is a favourite among parents, and is a great way to meet other parents while raising money for St. Andrew’s.

4. What is an Endowment Fund and how does it differ from the Annual Fund?

An Endowment is a substantial fund that provides the School with scholarship, award and auxiliary monies based on earned investment income. Comprised of many funds, typically in the name of an individual or family and with a minimum value of $10,000, the School’s endowment provides support to the operating budget while continuing to be invested and growing in the long-term. A practical equivalent to an endowment fund would be a savings account, and to the annual fund a chequing account.

2. Are gifts to St. Andrew’s considered eligible for charitable tax receipts?

Yes! Gifts to St. Andrew’s College Foundation provide the same tax incentives as donations to any other registered charity in Canada. In Ontario, for example, you are eligible for a tax rebate up to 46% on all donations made to the School. Tax receipts are mailed out promptly once a gift is received.

3. How else can I support SAC?

In addition to our Annual Giving Program, there are other unique initiatives to which you can contribute.

5. What is the difference between restricted and unrestricted funds?

The two terms refer to how and where a gift may be utilized. Gifts to an unrestricted fund, such as the SAC Parent Fund, are dispersed to various areas of school life considered to be priorities as deemed by the Headmaster and Board of Governors. Gifts made to a restricted fund, such as Pipes & Drums, exclusively support the area to which they are directed. 

Tribute Gifts: Leave your mark around campus with a tribute gift in your name or in honour of someone special. These types of gifts include a Great Hall chair, a sports locker, a tree planting and others.  

We will continue to raise funds for this development, and significant naming opportunities are available. These vastly improved facilities will offer our students the highest calibre playing fields in the country on which to perform their very best.

No Varnish or Ink where tab glues please

Generations of parents, Old Boys and friends of the School have provided for the many programs and facilities that will now benefit your son. Your contributions will carry this emphatic spirit of giving forward and continue to strengthen the School during your son’s time as a student and once he joins our extensive Old Boy network.  

Planned Giving: The most popular planned gifts are bequests and life insurance. These gifts provide the School with a significant donation and are designed to allow you to contribute more than you would have thought possible. Contact our Advancement team to learn more about leaving your legacy.

Fall 2000 – Towers Library Renovation ($500,000)

pocket interior

16/04/12 2:58 PM


8.625

8.75 8.75

For over a century there has been a very special and generous philanthropic spirit which has become one of the many great traditions here at the College.

FAQ 

This booklet will guide you through fundraising at St. Andrew’s College.

1. What is the St. Andrew’s College Foundation?

The SAC Foundation is the entity which represents and accepts all donations made to the School. Established in 1962, the Foundation is responsible for the distribution of gifts across various funds and the growth of the School’s Endowment Fund. The Foundation is governed by trustees (typically Old Boys) on a volunteer basis and all donations directly support the School.

The Yuill Family Athletic Complex - opened spring 2012

The Importance of Giving

You expect the best in education, including first-rate teachers and learning resources, vast and competitive athletic and extracurricular programs, and special attention to personal development and university admittance. St. Andrew’s, as a not-for-profit institution not receiving government funding, relies on tuition fees and donations to meet these expectations. Our efforts to continuously build stronger programs are backed by a community wanting and willing to contribute, something that sets St. Andrew’s apart.

Parents: Your Role in our Community

As a parent at St. Andrew’s College, you are an important and involved member of our community. You provide necessary financial support in the form of tuition and gifts, you give valuable time and effort volunteering and participating at many events throughout the year, and you have a hand in important decision making and strategic planning. Our parents offer a wide array of talents and expertise, which is integral to the ongoing development of the School.  

A spirit of philanthropy is echoed in our school mission statement and motto, respectively:

“Dedicating ourselves to the development of the complete man, the well-rounded citizen.” and

“Quit ye, stand fast in the faith, quit ye like men, be strong. Let all your things be done with charity.”

Inside

GES.Phil Bro V8. April 11.indd 1

Capital Giving

Shaping Our Future

Strengthening the Future, Preserving the Past

Strategic Plan 2011-2016

Capital gifts to St. Andrew’s meet building and endowment needs that cannot be met by tuition and annual giving. Capital campaigns are an intensive fundraising effort that typically have a set goal and timeline and yields significant improvements to the School.

The School’s current strategic plan identifies goals and initiatives that are integral to the ongoing success of St. Andrew’s. The following are several highlights of the strategic plan:

Throughout the history of St. Andrew’s, key capital improvements have shaped the face of the School, including most recently: Spring 2012 and ongoing – Campus Master Plan Phase II - Not an Ordinary Place Campaign: Yuill Family Athletic Complex, Performing Arts Centre, Music Centre, Engineering Centre, Business & Leadership Studies Centre, and Great Hall & Dining Services ($28 million) Fall 2003 – Campus Master Plan Phase I: Rogers Hall (Middle School), Yuill Family Gymnasium, Wirth Art Centre, and Staunton Gallery ($18 million)

• Promoting educational excellence: academic program will be recognized for its breadth, depth and quality. • Maintaining our traditions and an innovative edge: continue to be recognized as a leader in the implementation of technology in the classroom. • Ensuring strength and sustainability for future generations: complete phase II of our Campus Master Plan (Music, Drama, Assembly Space, Teaching Space, Upper Fields, Great Hall & Food Services). Carry out renovations which enhance the beauty of the campus and the efficacy of the learning environment.

The Yuill Family Athletic Complex Thanks to the generous support of our Old Boys, in particular Bill Yuill ’57, the Board decided in spring 2011 to move forward with a significant capital initiative in the 2011-2016 Strategic Plan – the redevelopment of our upper fields at a cost of $6.5 million. The revitalization includes: a spectacular synthetic turf field for football, soccer, rugby and lacrosse with an 800-seat complex; comprehensive track and field facilities; a baseball diamond with seating stands; a training facility for soccer, baseball and cricket; two outdoor multi-sport courts; and new parking lots.

Red & White Gala: Each year in the spring, the SAC Parents Guild hosts a major fundraiser – the Red & White Gala. This annual event is a favourite among parents, and is a great way to meet other parents while raising money for St. Andrew’s.

4. What is an Endowment Fund and how does it differ from the Annual Fund?

An Endowment is a substantial fund that provides the School with scholarship, award and auxiliary monies based on earned investment income. Comprised of many funds, typically in the name of an individual or family and with a minimum value of $10,000, the School’s endowment provides support to the operating budget while continuing to be invested and growing in the long-term. A practical equivalent to an endowment fund would be a savings account, and to the annual fund a chequing account.

2. Are gifts to St. Andrew’s considered eligible for charitable tax receipts?

Yes! Gifts to St. Andrew’s College Foundation provide the same tax incentives as donations to any other registered charity in Canada. In Ontario, for example, you are eligible for a tax rebate up to 46% on all donations made to the School. Tax receipts are mailed out promptly once a gift is received.

3. How else can I support SAC?

In addition to our Annual Giving Program, there are other unique initiatives to which you can contribute.

5. What is the difference between restricted and unrestricted funds?

The two terms refer to how and where a gift may be utilized. Gifts to an unrestricted fund, such as the SAC Parent Fund, are dispersed to various areas of school life considered to be priorities as deemed by the Headmaster and Board of Governors. Gifts made to a restricted fund, such as Pipes & Drums, exclusively support the area to which they are directed. 

Tribute Gifts: Leave your mark around campus with a tribute gift in your name or in honour of someone special. These types of gifts include a Great Hall chair, a sports locker, a tree planting and others.  

We will continue to raise funds for this development, and significant naming opportunities are available. These vastly improved facilities will offer our students the highest calibre playing fields in the country on which to perform their very best.

No Varnish or Ink where tab glues please

Generations of parents, Old Boys and friends of the School have provided for the many programs and facilities that will now benefit your son. Your contributions will carry this emphatic spirit of giving forward and continue to strengthen the School during your son’s time as a student and once he joins our extensive Old Boy network.  

Planned Giving: The most popular planned gifts are bequests and life insurance. These gifts provide the School with a significant donation and are designed to allow you to contribute more than you would have thought possible. Contact our Advancement team to learn more about leaving your legacy.

Fall 2000 – Towers Library Renovation ($500,000)

pocket interior

16/04/12 2:58 PM


8.625

8.75 8.75

Annual Giving: The SAC Parent Fund Annual Giving is the cornerstone of all fundraising programs at St. Andrew’s – the foundation upon which all of our other fundraising efforts are built. Gifts to the annual fund provide support for current year operations, strengthening core academic and extracurricular programs. The School asks each family to make an annual gift of $1,500 to the SAC Parent Fund. This voluntary donation is facilitated by way of the Business Office through your son’s account. Each year in the fall term, three SAC Voluntary Gift installments ($500 each) are included on your account. Like all donations to St. Andrew’s, these voluntary gifts will receive a tax receipt eligible for the year in which the donation is made.

Annual Giving: Pick Your Passion You have the opportunity to direct your annual gift to one or more areas of the School that you and your son feel passionately about. For example, you may want to designate your support to Residential Life, Arts & Music Programs, Athletics, or Pipes & Drums. A list of potential areas for support is sent out in the fall, along with a guide on how to designate your donation. Unrestricted donations to the Parent Fund (gifts that are not specifically designated) support a number of priorities as deemed necessary by school leadership.   A few recent examples of initiatives the Parent Fund has supported:  • Academic resources & faculty professional development. • Installation and maintenance of new classroom technology. • Building restoration and renovations, including repairs to the Chapel steeple and Dunlap Hall. • Updated health and safety issues such as residence fire code updates and school defibrillators.

For more information, contact: Advancement Office 905.727.3178 Care to help online? Please visit: www.sac.on.ca/support-sac. THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT.

Making a Gift to St. Andrew’s Contributing philanthropically to SAC is a testament to your decision to provide the best possible education for your son. There are many other ways to make your gift to the School.   A donation by Cheque (made out to St. Andrew’s College Foundation) or any major Credit Card goes to work immediately to support the School. Our secure online website provides a quick and easy way for you to send your support or to make a pledge at www.sac.on.ca/ support-sac/onlinegiving.asp. You can also contact the Advancement Office directly at 905.727.3178.

Advancement Office 905.727.3178 Advancement Office www.sac.on.ca/support-sac 905.727.3178 www.sac.on.ca/support-sac GES.Phil Bro V8. April 11.indd 2

A donation in your Company’s Name can provide significant tax benefits and is a great way to enhance philanthropy within your organization. Many companies have Matching Gift programs that will match charitable donations. Please contact your HR manager to see if your company qualifies.   A Gift of Securities has become a popular way to make a contribution as the tax on the capital gains accrued on publicly traded securities can be eliminated when the securities are gifted to a registered charity -- like St. Andrew’s College Foundation.

15800 Yonge Street, Aurora, Ontario, Canada L4G 3H7 T. 905.727.3178 • F. 905.841.6911 www.sac.on.ca

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8.75 8.75

Annual Giving: The SAC Parent Fund Annual Giving is the cornerstone of all fundraising programs at St. Andrew’s – the foundation upon which all of our other fundraising efforts are built. Gifts to the annual fund provide support for current year operations, strengthening core academic and extracurricular programs. The School asks each family to make an annual gift of $1,500 to the SAC Parent Fund. This voluntary donation is facilitated by way of the Business Office through your son’s account. Each year in the fall term, three SAC Voluntary Gift installments ($500 each) are included on your account. Like all donations to St. Andrew’s, these voluntary gifts will receive a tax receipt eligible for the year in which the donation is made.

Annual Giving: Pick Your Passion You have the opportunity to direct your annual gift to one or more areas of the School that you and your son feel passionately about. For example, you may want to designate your support to Residential Life, Arts & Music Programs, Athletics, or Pipes & Drums. A list of potential areas for support is sent out in the fall, along with a guide on how to designate your donation. Unrestricted donations to the Parent Fund (gifts that are not specifically designated) support a number of priorities as deemed necessary by school leadership.   A few recent examples of initiatives the Parent Fund has supported:  • Academic resources & faculty professional development. • Installation and maintenance of new classroom technology. • Building restoration and renovations, including repairs to the Chapel steeple and Dunlap Hall. • Updated health and safety issues such as residence fire code updates and school defibrillators.

For more information, contact: Advancement Office 905.727.3178 Care to help online? Please visit: www.sac.on.ca/support-sac. THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT.

Making a Gift to St. Andrew’s Contributing philanthropically to SAC is a testament to your decision to provide the best possible education for your son. There are many other ways to make your gift to the School.   A donation by Cheque (made out to St. Andrew’s College Foundation) or any major Credit Card goes to work immediately to support the School. Our secure online website provides a quick and easy way for you to send your support or to make a pledge at www.sac.on.ca/ support-sac/onlinegiving.asp. You can also contact the Advancement Office directly at 905.727.3178.

Advancement Office 905.727.3178 Advancement Office www.sac.on.ca/support-sac 905.727.3178 www.sac.on.ca/support-sac GES.Phil Bro V8. April 11.indd 2

A donation in your Company’s Name can provide significant tax benefits and is a great way to enhance philanthropy within your organization. Many companies have Matching Gift programs that will match charitable donations. Please contact your HR manager to see if your company qualifies.   A Gift of Securities has become a popular way to make a contribution as the tax on the capital gains accrued on publicly traded securities can be eliminated when the securities are gifted to a registered charity -- like St. Andrew’s College Foundation.

15800 Yonge Street, Aurora, Ontario, Canada L4G 3H7 T. 905.727.3178 • F. 905.841.6911 www.sac.on.ca

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16/04/12 2:58 PM


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