THE INVESTMENT OF A LIFETIME
Thank you for considering an investment into the students at North Cobb Christian School. Since its founding in 1983, NCCS has been built through the generosity of loyal supporters who share our vision of cultivating the hearts and challenging the minds of future leaders to equip them to impact the world for Christ. The gift you give today will strengthen the academic, arts, athletics, and student life programs at NCCS, through which we are able to fulfill our mission.
Eagles Annual Fund
The ALL IN Eagles Annual Fund is the most essential financial support for NCCS each year. Please click here to learn more.
Georgia GOAL Scholarship Program
You can redirect a portion of your individual or corporate Georgia state income taxes to North Cobb Christian School. Learn more about Georgia GOAL and how your taxes can directly improve our student experience at NCCS.
His Plan|Our Time Capital Campaign
NCCS has embarked on a capital campaign to build the first phase of a new upper school building and an additional parking lot. Click here to learn more.
Ways to Give
Gifts of Cash, Check or by Credit Card
Gifts can be made by calling the NCCS Development Office at 770-975-0252 x121.
Checks should be made payable to North Cobb Christian School, with the fund you are supporting in the memo line, and sent to: Development Office, North Cobb Christian School, 4500 Eagle Drive, Kennesaw, GA 30144.
Make a credit card gift securely online.
North Cobb Christian School encourages pledge commitments to support fundraising priorities. Pledges to the All In Eagles Annual Fund must be paid in full by June 30 each year. Capital campaign pledges may be made over a period of three to five years, in consultation with the Development Office. You can make or fulfill pledges securely online.
Gifts of Stock or Appreciated Securities
A gift of appreciated securities that you have held for more than one year is frequently the most tax-wise way to give securities. For detailed information about transferring securities to North Cobb Christian School, please email or call Kristin Prince, Director of Finance at 770-975-0252 x524.
Gifts in Kind
In-kind contributions to North Cobb Christian School are greatly valued and appreciated. In-kind gifts are defined as non-cash items such as equipment, books, artwork, supplies, events, or a product that is voluntarily transferred from the donor to NCCS without compensation or consideration in return. For more information, please contact the Development Office at 770-975-0252 x121.
Many companies offer programs that match donations to North Cobb Christian School made by their employees, directors, employee’s spouse, or retirees. Please search here to see if your employer is on the match list.
In most cases, you will need to send NCCS matching gift paperwork. Please send this to the Development Office and include your name and address and how you would like NCCS to credit your matching gift upon its arrival.
Gifts from an IRA
If you are over age 70 ½, contact your IRA administrator for instructions on making a direct transfer that will be free of federal income tax. Please click HERE for a sample request letter to your IRA administrator.
If you are between ages 59 ½ and 70, you may be eligible to make a penalty-free withdrawal from your IRA. This withdrawal will be subject to federal income tax, and possibly state income tax; however you may be eligible for a charitable deduction to offset the taxes. Check with your IRA administrator or financial advisor.
Gift Planning and Bequests
Whether it’s through your will, living trust, charitable remainder trust, beneficiary designation, or other type of legacy giving, you can make a lasting impact at North Cobb Christian School that will impact generations of students. To learn more about these options, please contact Tara Dorsey, Director of Development, at 770-975-0252 x136.
An investment in North Cobb
Christian School is an eternal
investment in the hearts and
minds of each student we serve.
in Arts + Athletics
in scholarships earned by recent graduating classes
Acre campus between historic Acworth and Kennesaw
Graduates earn a 4.0 or higher