COVID-19 has impacted each and every one of us over the past few months. We are on uncertain footing but remain hopeful as we look toward the future. Our hearts go out to our alumni, parents, and friends in this time and always — we are with you.
Amidst this global pandemic, we have reflected upon Trinity-Pawling’s long history of perseverance, and its mission to educate boys as key contributors in an ever-changing world — now more relevant than ever. The lessons of a Trinity-Pawling education run deep and its teachings are timeless. As our world evolves on a daily basis, our students and alumni are prepared to take action, guided by values of effort, determination, and resilience – values which shape the course of their lives, through both good and challenging times.
The world needs Trinity-Pawling graduates to lead the way. If you are able at this time, will you contribute to the Trinity-Pawling Fund? Each and every gift provides for critical and timely needs at the School, whether for financial aid to enable students to return, unanticipated expenses related to the School’s shift to remote learning, or unforeseen hardships caused by this crisis. Your support ensures the continuity of a Trinity-Pawling education in a moment when it is needed so greatly.
While the path has changed, the destination remains the same: a Trinity-Pawling education changes lives. Please consider giving what you can. Thank you.
The CARES Act — The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act — encourages donors to support nonprofits like ours. It includes two legislative provisions designed to incentivize charitable giving. The first allows for the deduction of up to $300 in giving this year, whether the taxpayer itemizes their taxes or not. For those who do itemize their deductions, the new law allows for cash contributions to qualified charities such as Trinity-Pawling School to be deducted up to 100% of your adjusted gross income for the 2020 calendar year. This information is not intended as legal or tax advice. It is important that you visit with your accountant or advisor to see how the new legislation impacts you.