GOAL is a tax strategy that allows Georgia taxpayers to redirect a portion of their state income tax for a dollar-for-dollar state tax credit, to provide scholarships for eligible students to attend Mount Pisgah Christian School.
You are already paying income taxes - why not direct those funds to provide Georgia children with Greater Opportunities for Access to Learning (GOAL). By contributing to GOAL for a tax credit, you will provide opportunities for Georgia families desiring to attend Mount Pisgah. Our school is then able to:
increase the amount of tuition assistance that can be offered to new students
preserve more of our existing tuition assistance to help families already enrolled
increase tuition income
increase the funds available to improve educational and other offerings
enable the school to further its mission by reaching more families desiring a Christ-Centered, College-Prep, Life-Ready education
How Do I Participate?
Click here to complete the GOAL Online Paperless Process, or click here for the GOAL Contribution Form; print the form and mail or bring to Mount Pisgah Christian School.
Once you receive notification of your approval, simply click here to pay online or send a check payable to “Georgia GOAL Scholarship Program” in the amount of your contribution and mail to:
Georgia GOAL 3740 Davinci Court, Suite 375 Peachtree Corners, GA 30092
GOAL will send you the required paperwork to claim the credit on your tax return.
What Others are Saying:
“Georgia GOAL Scholarship is an amazing program that provides K-12 families educational opportunities that they might not otherwise have. When you contribute to GA GOAL, you get a dollar for dollar tax credit against your GA income tax liability... it's a simple redirection of funds. It is a great way to not only help our School with scholarship funding, but to also provide opportunities for potential students that might not otherwise be able to receive a private school education.” Leigh Ann Bishop, Mount Pisgah Parent
What is the Maximum Amount I Can Contribute?
Single individual or head of household - up to $1,000
Married couple filing joint return - up to $2,500
Married couple filing separate return - up to $1,250
S Corporation shareholder, LLC member, or partnership partner
C Corporation - 75% of Georgia income tax liability
We all have an opportunity to redirect a portion of our Georgia State Tax dollars, (money we are already paying), to Mount Pisgah Christian School. Let's tell our government what to do with our tax money.
Does This Take the Place Of the Annual Fund?
No. Georgia GOAL is not a financial gift. It is a tax strategy that provides a dollar-for-dollar tax credit to individuals or corporations who donate to scholarship funds earmarked for use by a specific private school. The Georgia Private School Tax Credit Program restricts the use of these funds. The funds are then used by Mount Pisgah to offer tuition aid to a public school student seeking enrollment. The Annual Fund is a financial gift to Mount Pisgah. Learn more about how we use Annual Fund contributions here.
How Do I Verify Participation At Tax Time?
As you prepare to claim the Education Expense tax credit on your Georgia Income Tax Return, you may refer to Taxpayer Filing Guidance on GOAL's website.
A big thank you to some of our current partners who have contributed, donated or have been a part of Georgia GOAL for us.