GRACE Scholars is the only Student Scholarship Organization (SSO) that exclusively supports Catholic education. It allows taxpayers in Georgia to contribute to GRACE and receive a 100% tax credit on their state income taxes. This is a no-cost contribution! Money that would have gone to the state can now support Catholic Schools in Georgia. A donor can designate funds to a specific GRACE participating school. The donation can directly benefit Blessed Trinity Catholic High School students!
The goal of the GRACE Scholars program is to afford qualifying families a quality education while providing donors with an opportunity to use their tax dollars towards Catholic school scholarships. Click here to learn more.
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There are 4 easy steps to follow in order to contribute to GRACE Scholars:
Watch the video below and complete the registration form linked here.
GRACE applies for tax credits with the Georgia Department of Revenue (DOR) in January on the first business day of the new year.
DOR then sends approval letter to the donor in late January and GRACE also notifies donor via email.
Submit contribution to GRACE within 60 days of approval. Deadline around mid-March each year.
For the 2020-2021 school year, 171 benefactors made Blessed Trinity Catholic High School their school of choice for contributions made to the GRACE Scholars program - changing the lives of children while realizing a great tax benefit. We want to thank all of the families that chose to participate in this program and hope that they continue to choose GRACE as part of their tax planning strategy for years to come. For a complete list of all GRACE Scholars contributors, please consult the Annual Report.
Should you have questions relating to the GRACE Scholars program at Blessed Trinity Catholic High School, please contact Maria Diaz at 770-255-5125.