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Marc R. Barbeau
Vice President for Advancement and External Relations
MEET ONE OF OUR STUDENTS
Growing up in the small town of Kewaunee, Wis., Silver Lake College senior Amanda Kudick never thought that college would be an option for her. Thanks to the generous supporters of Silv
er Lake College, she is the first in her family of six to attend a four-year institution of higher education.
A high school three-sport athlete, multi-sport all-conference player and two-time state basketball champion, Amanda likes the fact that she can continue participating in sports. “I wasn’t quite ready to give up sports and Silver Lake College gave me the opportunity to play basketball and soccer while receiving an education,” she said.
Amanda is pursuing a double major in elementary and secondary math education. Through the college’s student work program, she works part time tutoring fellow students in math. Her dream is to one day teach and coach athletics.
“From the bottom of my heart, I thank you for your continuing support of students like me,” Amanda said.
Your gifts can help Silver Lake College students through financial aid and scholarships. Will you please consider a gift today? Explore which giving opportunity is right for you!
Types of Gifts
Donors may elect the type of payment and the timeframe for making their donation that best suits their circumstances. The options include:
Gifts of Cash
There is no easier way to garner a charitable deduction than by making a gift of cash. Gifts of cash include check, credit card, appreciated securities, and/or real or personal property to be converted following a prescribed period. If you itemize, your gifts of cash are fully deductible for federal income tax purposes up to 50% of your adjusted gross income.
Gifts of Real Estate
Gifts of real estate in the Manitowoc County area, such as a residence. May be considered by Silver Lake College for full tax advantage to the donor.
Gifts-In-Kind are donations other than cash that can be used as is by the College, such as (but not limited to): books, texts, office and art supplies, computer hardware, computer software, equipment, furniture, and musical instruments.
Pledges may be paid in intervals over a period of time designated by and at the convenience of the donor.
Donors may contribute to the College while maximizing their own financial program through planned contributions, such as will bequests, income trusts, annuities, and life insurance. Silver Lake College Advancement Personnel will be pleased to assist you in making a gift that is appropriate to your circumstances and in accordance with your wishes. The Advancement Office will follow through with a written reminder.