Gifts to Grace College
The College has Deductible Gift Recipient Status. Gifts to the College may be tax deductible.
Giving to Grace College is a great way to pass the Grace experience on to new generations, to say thanks for that experience and to ensure the continuity of the Grace College community.
You may also consider making a bequest to the College in your will.
While we encourage you to seek independent legal advice about the form that such a gift should take, the following forms of bequest are offered by way of general guidance.
BEQUEST FOR THE GENERAL PURPOSE OF GRACE COLLEGE
I give $ … to Grace College for the charitable purposes of Grace College and I declare that the receipt of an authorised officer of the College shall be an absolute discharge for my trustees who shall not be liable for the application of those funds.
BEQUEST TO ESTABLISH A BURSARY
I give $ … to Grace College Foundation upon trust for the establishment and maintenance of a bursary to be awarded annually to the resident of Grace College who attained the highest level of achievement in University courses in the field of … during the preceding academic year and I declare that the receipt of an authorised officer of the College shall be an absolute discharge for my trustees who shall not be liable for the application of those funds.
Donors who wish to establish bursaries should bear in mind that not all academic disciplines are necessarily represented in College in every year. Therefore, donors are encouraged either to specify the field of study in broad terms (e.g. health sciences, humanities) or to nominate two or more alternative fields of study (e.g. English literature, foreign languages or history). Donors are invited to contact the Principal to discuss the particular needs of the College in relation to bursaries.
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