How to Participate/Ways of Giving

Thank you for your interest in The Campaign for Potomac’s Future.

A gift to The Campaign for Potomac’s Future will provide the finest education for many generations of young people.

Making a gift to The Campaign

There are many ways to make a tax-deductible donation toThe Campaign for Potomac’s Future

  • Cash
    Cash is the simplest, most direct, and most popular type of charitable gift. A gift of cash is considered made on the date it is hand-delivered or mailed, and because of the charitable deduction, the net cost to a donor can be much less than the actual amount of the gift. Cash gifts may be made by check or money order and made payable to The Campaign for Potomac’s Future. One-time donations may not be made online.
  • Pledges
    You can pledge a larger amount and pay it over a five year period.
  • Securities and Real Estate
    Popular alternatives to cash are gifts of appreciated property, such as securities and real estate. Such gifts generate a double tax benefit. In addition to receiving a charitable income-tax deduction for the full fair-market value of the property, the donor escapes any potential tax on the capital-gain element in the property.

Other Gifts

For more information on Life-Income Plans, Gift Annuities, Gifts Under Your Will, Gifts of Real Estate with Retained Life Interest or Life Insurance, please contact Dabney Schmitt in the Development Office.


We Need Your Help!

Potomac Campaign

We're 85% there. Thank you to all who have contributed.

Potomac is a big part of our life.  We don't know how we could find a better learning environment than The Potomac School.  That is why we want to help in this vital campaign and hope that every family will come to appreciate and be part of this effort.

- Patty and Marshall Coleman, parents of Jack Coleman (3rd grade)