Ways to Give
There are many ways to give to the GERMAN SCHOOL campus. We invite you to choose the way that is most convenient and meaningful for you. Every gift is much appreciated and enhances the education of every child at the GERMAN SCHOOL campus. We need your help to bring kids to College!
Online – Credit Card or eCheck: Visit our secure online payment site.
Cash or Check: GERMAN SCHOOL campus, Donation, 26895 Aliso Creek Rd B858, Aliso Viejo CA 92656
Give in Kind
These gifts are as valuable as cash to the GERMAN SCHOOL campus and are also fully tax-deductible. Here is our current wish list:
- cars, trucks, and vans
- catering, restaurant services, and rentals
- reception supplies for special events
- flight miles and hotel accommodations
- one-of-a-kind experiences and specialty items for auction fundraisers
- printing services for school collateral and event signage
Reduce your capital gains taxes by gifting a highly appreciated security at its present market value to the GERMAN SCHOOL campus. Simply contact the Donation Office at Contact us with the name of the stock you’re transferring and the number of shares you wish to donate.
Our community of volunteers contributes hundreds of hours and saves the school thousands of dollars. If you are a parent, check with us about current volunteering opportunities or contact the GERMAN SCHOOL campus office.
Our goal is to have our own campus school building. Feel free to spread them across your yearly budget.
100% of contributions go toward our programs, needed computer and new technologies or scholarship funds for families who cannot afford or need help to join a quality world langue program in German.
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German School Campus Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit Public Benefit Corporation – Founded in 2015 – Tax ID: 47-4952874
Learning a World Language like German will help train and transform youth by learning that good hard work will open doors to opportunities. These skills and knowledge will certainly help them get into college or get an internship.
German Universities often offer scholarships to students with good attendance and grades, who have worked hard and passed their tests, and have earned their certificates.