Here you will find frequently asked questions about giving to Dalat. Click on a questions below to view the answers. Should you have any further questions, please Contact Us.
It is increasingly challenging for Dalat to attract and retain the best teachers, provide excellent academic and extracurricular programs, maintain our facilities, and support families who cannot afford international Christian education with scholarships.
Dalat’s school board is aware of the impact of rising costs on families, mission organizations, and companies who support the school through tuition and fees. As an independent, not-for-profit school, tuition and fundraising are Dalat’s only sources of funding. Charitable gifts help offset ever-increasing expenses needed to provide the excellence that is the hallmark of an education for life at Dalat
Those giving in the United States and in Canada get a tax benefit through Dalat’s fiscal sponsor, RCE International, a US not-for-profit 501(3)(c) organization. Be aware that RCE will impose a 5% administrative charge to Dalat on donations made through their organization, plus an additional 3% administrative fee for credit cards that reduces the gift amount.
Founded as a Christian community over 90 years ago, generous charitable giving is a response for many people to the blessings received through their faith. Donations to Dalat help make our mission possible.
It’s a vote of confidence in our school, our teachers, and our educational mission.
Dalat’s high participation rate is evidence that our whole community shares in the effort, and celebrates the outcomes. Full participation supports our philosophy that we must all work together to provide students and future graduates with the best education possible.
Request for gifts to remain anonymous will be honored, and the donor’s name will not appear on any public acknowledgement. However, a name is needed for financial processing purposes.
All members of our greater community are asked to participate each year, mission and business families alike, plus board members, alumni, parents of alumni, faculty and staff, grandparents, and friends of the school.