Planning Your Gift


Financial gifts to The Green Dragon Foundation (GDF),a 501(c)(3) organization, make a difference for LASD students and facilitate opportunities to learn and grow that are not otherwise possible. It is through the generosity of gifts like yours that our students are served by The Green Dragon Foundation.

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Gifts May Be Donated in Various Ways

Below is a summary of the many ways a gift can be made or planned.    

  • Outright Gift of Cash                                
  • Matching Gift
  • In-Kind Gift
  • Outright Gift of Appreciated Securities - Learn More
  • Outright Gift of Real Estate
  • Bequest
  • Gift of Retirement Assets
  • Gifts of Insurance Policy Proceeds
  • Charitable Gift Annuity
  • Charitable Remainder Trust
  • Charitable Lead Trust

Outright Gifts of Cash

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This is the most common method of providing a gift.  A cash gift to The Green Dragon Foundation is tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law.  You may donate by credit card through PayPal by clicking on the “Donate Now” button or send your donation to:

The Green Dragon Foundation
115 Farley Circle, Suite 306
 Lewisburg, PA 17837

Matching Gifts

Attachments original 1481744016 matching giftDoes your company have a matching gift program? Many employers sponsor matching gift programs and will match charitable contributions made by their employees. If your company has a matching gift program, you could double or possibly triple your gift quickly and easily.

In-Kind Gifts

Attachments original 1481744015 toole gift 001Contributions of goods or services to either GDF or LASD can provide an ideal opportunity for both the donor and the recipient.

Bequests and Other Planned Gifts

Bequests are provisions in wills to leave a gift to GDF. Charitable bequests are fully deductible from the estate and can significantly reduce estate taxes on the balance of the estate. Bequests may be specified as a gift of cash or securities, real estate or other property.  Alternatively, they may take the form of a percentage of the total estate. A donor may consider a residuary bequest, which is a gift of all or a portion of one’s estate after other conditions are met.