GOAL Scholarship Program
Contribute to GOAL
The mission of Georgia GOAL Scholarship Program is to provide greater opportunities for access to learning for all Georgia children.
The GOAL Scholarship Program allows families and businesses who are Georgia taxpayers to make a contribution to benefit student scholarships at Westminster. In return, the taxpayer receives a 100% income tax credit.
Westminster has a unique opportunity to grow GOAL and provide life-changing opportunities to families who might not otherwise be able to attendour school. The Georgia state legislature increased the total amount of student scholarships GOAL may award from $58 million to $100 million. Simply put, this means Westminster can expect a 95% return on the contributions its supporters request to give from its 2020 taxes to benefit student scholarships.
Please take a moment to apply for your 2020 tax credit by completing the 20-second online application. GOAL will take care of all remaining steps in the process until your contribution is due by mid-March of 2020.
To learn more about the Georgia GOAL Scholarship Program and how you or your business can receive a tax benefit while supporting Westminster students, visit goalscholarship.org.
Your GOAL Contribution Matters
Mitchell Westmoreland is one of 104 Westminster students who have collectively received more than $1.7 million in scholarship funds through GOAL since 2008 when Georgia passed legislation to create the tax-credit education expense program.
The move from public to private education has been quite remarkable for Mitchell Westmoreland at Westminster Schools of Augusta. For the first time in his life, Westmoreland, a 5th-grade student, said he has developed strong relationships with his teachers. Socially, his mother, Sara Westmoreland, said her son has blossomed, creating positive friendships with his classmates, even as a new student.
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