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Question about donating to LaSalle contact:

Katie Genovese
Director of Development
518-242-4731 x271

Tracey Penk-Masucci
Assistant to the Executive Director
518-242-4731 x272

To provide a gift of impact today, simply scan the QR code above.

Monetary Donations
To make a monetary donation you may simply do so by clicking the button below:

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Checks may be made payable to:
LaSalle School Foundation
Attention: Development Department
391 Western Avenue
Albany, NY 12203

Designated Funds
To view the full list of designated funds held by the Foundation click here.

In-Kind Donations
LaSalle’s youth and families benefit from the generosity of the community through the donations of new and gently used goods. Staff coordinate the donations of goods and determine the best use for these items. Items may include:

  • Clothing for boy ages 6-21
  • Educational games
  • Books for ages 7 to young adult
  • School supplies

Matching Donations
LaSalle School accepts matching donations from various corporate organizations. To match your donation please submit your matching information to the appropriate matching coordinator of your organization and notify LaSalle School Foundation of your generosity.

Stock and Securities
Make gifts of appreciated stocks or mutual funds and get a tax deduction based on the current price of the stock and pay no capital gains tax on the increase in value. All deductions must be itemized.

Planned Giving
LaSalle School’s planned giving program offers donors a range of vehicles to suit diverse financial situations and objectives.

Planned giving includes:

  • Outright gifts that can be made during life and upon death as outlined in a will or living trust.
  • Naming LaSalle as a beneficiary of your retirement plan. Retirement plans and IRAs may allow you to designate LaSalle as a beneficiary affording you both income and estate tax benefits. If you are 70 ½ years old (or older), you can make tax-free gifts directly to a charity from your IRA, up to $100,000 per year. It will not be counted as taxable income, so no need for a deduction.
  • Life insurance, charitable gift annuities (CGAs), and charitable remainder trusts (CRTs) can be discussed.
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