Make a Gift
We believe the difference between good schools and extraordinary schools is generosity, which plays a vital role in creating the Breck experience for all students. Signature programs at the school - including the Peter Clark Center for Mind, Brain, and Education; extracurricular activities; community partnerships and advanced Science Research - are all made possible by the Annual Fund. Each and every year, Breck relies on the financial support from more than a thousand community members to deliver an extraordinary educational experience for all our students.
One of Breck’s many strengths is our strong sense of community. When we join together, we can make extraordinary things happen for our students. We are grateful to parents, alumni, grandparent, faculty, staff and friends for their generosity!
From the CARES Act:
The federal government allows you to deduct a charitable donation to a qualified organization if you don’t get anything in return for the donation.
Under 2018 tax law, you could deduct donations that exceeded 60% of your contribution base—meaning your adjusted gross income (AGI). For 2020, the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act (CARES Act) replaces the 60% of AGI charitable contribution limit with 100% for cash contributions to any public charity. The higher limit applies to contributions made directly to charitable organizations and does not apply to contributions to donor advised funds, supporting organizations or private foundations. As always, please consult your accountant for qualified financial advice.
To make a gift of stock, please have your broker contact:
RBC Wealth Management
60 South 6th Street
Minneapolis, MN 55402
Austin Balm at 612-371-2716 or
Cinda Collins at 612-371-7294
Breck School Account: 30140489
Breck School Tax ID Number: 41-0693894
In addition, please inform Breck of the name of the stock, the number of shares and whether the gift is for the Annual Fund or for another purpose. You or your broker may contact Natalie Washnieski (office: 763-381-8207; fax: 763-381-8289).