As you plan for the future, consider a gift that will provide our children with extraordinary educational experiences for generations to come!
Planned giving is a rewarding way to create a legacy of support for students and staff of North Kansas City Schools. By partnering with the Education Foundation, a 501(c)(3) organization, you can enhance the inspired teaching and rigorous learning that takes place in our classrooms – both now and in the future.
The Education Foundation can assist you in determining and establishing your legacy for North Kansas City Schools and our students and staff. There are a variety of ways to give that may benefit you as a donor. Please consult with a trusted tax law or estate planning professional for more information.
Outright (Immediate) Gifts
• Appreciated Securities (Stocks & Mutual Funds)
• Real Estate
Planned (Future) Gifts
• Bequest, Will or Trust
• Life Insurance
• Life Income Plans
• Pension Plan Beneficiaries
There are also a variety of ways your gift can make a difference for our district’s students, staff and schools.
• Strengthening the Education Foundation’s unrestricted endowment to ensure future funding
• Honoring the memory of a loved one or a special person, such as teacher, principal or school volunteer
• Contributing to an existing scholarship fund or establishing a new one
• Donating to the Dr. Dan Kahler Innovative Teaching Grants program that provides annual staff grants
• Funding impact grants that assist thousands of students across the district each year
• Supporting existing school programs and projects, including alumni funds for North Kansas City, Oak Park, Staley and Winnetonka high schools
• Creating new and innovative projects and programs that enhance teaching and learning
If you wish to include the Education Foundation in your estate planning, our EIN number (45-4158547) may be helpful when finalizing your documents or beneficiary designation forms. You also may choose to complete and return this Estate Gift Intention form.
NOTE: This information is not intended as legal advice and should not replace professional assistance in matters of tax law or estate planning.