The Office of Development invites you to explore this section to learn more about the many ways you can make a meaningful impact on Holy Innocents’ Episcopal School and its students.
This section provides background on charitable giving programs, answers commonly asked questions, and offers easy ways for you to support the school. Holy Innocents' is what it is today because of the parents, grandparents, alumni, trustees, friends, foundations and corporations who have extended their helping hands over the years.
Thank you for your continuing support!
The Annual Fund provides valuable operating support to the school by supplementing tuition and endowment revenue. Tuition supports approximately 86% of the school’s actual annual operating costs. The Annual Fund helps make up the difference to provide our students with the academic, arts and athletic resources they need for a quality learning experience. Please click the Annual Fund tab at the top of this page to learn more.
A percentage of endowment income is combined with tuition revenue and Annual Fund gifts to run the school on a day-to-day basis. A strong endowment produces greater income for operating support, thereby providing improved facilities and equipment, the establishment of new programs and curriculum, and an increased financial aid funding.
|How to make a gift|
There are many ways to make a gift to Holy Innocents' Episcopal School. Choose the method that best suits you from the list below. The only gift that is too small is no gift at all! We appreciate your support!
Planned gifts are individually tailored contributions that provide current tax advantages to donors while enhancing support for facilities, endowment, or school programs. Gifts of appreciated securities, charitable remainder trusts, charitable lead trusts, life insurance or bequests may be coordinated to help create a lasting legacy for the school.
|Securing Funds For HIES Financial Aid Through Apogee Scholarship Donations|
Securing Financial Aid for HIES through Georgia Tax Program
The Tax Credit Scholarship Program allows Georgia taxpayers to redirect a portion of their state tax liability - $2,500 for couples and $1,000 for individuals - to an independent school of their choice each year that the program is in existence.
Assistant Headmaster for Institutional Advancement
(404) 303-2150 ext. 193
Associate Director of Development
(404) 303-2150 ext. 102
404-303-2150 ext. 167