There are many ways to give at ISI
The following provides options for making an Annual Fund contribution to the School. Each and every gift is important. International School of Indiana is a 501 (c)(3) tax-exempt organization. Our Federal Tax ID number, also known as an Employer Identification Number (EIN), is 35-1887161. Thank you for making ISI a philanthropic priority.
Information is provided for informational purposes only, and is not intended to provide, and should not be relied on for, tax or accounting advice. Please consult your own tax and accounting advisors.
Featured Way to Give
Mutual benefits exist for donors and ISI by giving through our Scholarship Granting Organization (SGO).
The Indiana School Scholarship Tax Credit Program funds scholarships from private, charitable donations to qualified scholarship granting organizations (SGOs). Donations to the SGO differ from Annual Fund contributions, as they are made directly to ISI’s SGO partner, the Institute for Quality Education. All donations to SGOs are eligible for a state tax credit equal to 50% of the donation amount, and donations also qualify as a charitable deduction on federal tax returns. SGO donations can be made here.
- What is the Annual Fund?
- What does the Annual Fund support?
- When will I be asked to participate in the Annual Fund?
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- How much am I expected to give?
- Why does ISI ask for contributions instead of raising tuition?
- How can I contribute?
- Can ISI benefit from my employer matching gift program?