Make a gift of financial aid for talented, qualified students to attend Penn Charter and earn tax credits on your Pennsylvania state tax liability. It's easy and it only costs a dime to give a dollar.
The Penn Charter tax-credit program supports nearly 200 Penn Charter students annually. Every dollar raised is directed to financial aid, helping Penn Charter attract, maintain and grow the number of talented, qualified students with demonstrated financial need, and students from eligible neighborhoods with low-achieving public schools across the region. Your commitment to the tax-credit program ensures an excellent educational experience for all Penn Charter students.
Opportunities for Supporting PC Students
- Educational Improvement Tax Credit (EITC)
- Opportunity Scholarship Tax Credit (OSTC)
- Special Purpose Entity (SPE)
- Am I Eligible to Give This Way?
- How Much Can I Designate to Penn Charter Students?
Educational Improvement Tax Credit (EITC)
Opportunity Scholarship Tax Credit (OSTC)
Special Purpose Entity (SPE)
Am I Eligible to Give This Way?
How Much Can I Designate to Penn Charter Students?
Attend an Information Session
Hear from Chris Rahill OPC '99, P '34 and a parent expert about the opportunities for tax credit giving to support Penn Charter in a brief webinar. More dates to come.
Contact Associate Director of Development Chris Rahill OPC '99, '34
215-844-3460 ext. 134.
Giving enables the opportunity for other children to be able to experience the same things. And I think that is good for everybody.Roger Band P '29, '30 Lower School Parent
EITC giving allowed me to give a lot more than I otherwise could.Scott MarlowE opC '80
Penn Charter's tax-credit program facilitates impactful giving.
Cordray Corporations, owned by Peter Cordray OPC '91, supports Penn Charter through Pennsylvania's Educational Improvement Tax Credit Program.
The impact of generous gifts can expand using tax credit opportunities.
Scott Marlowe OPC '80 and his wife, Sue, have given back to PC for years, and in 2019 they decided to direct their contribution through the Educational Income Tax Credit (EITC).
The Salvi family have supported Penn Charter since their daughter, Bella, came as a ninth grader, and last year they made their first EITC gift.
OPCs support financial aid via tax credit programs.
Brad Barone, a PC parent and market manager and vice president at Susquehanna Bank, supports Penn Charter through Pennsylvania's Educational Improvement Tax Credit program.
Pennsylvania's Opportunity Scholarship Tax Credit (OSTC) provides Penn Charter’s mission-driven financial aid program with significant revenue every school year.