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One-Time Gifts, Recurring Gifts and Pledges

Whether you choose to give a one-time gift, set up regularly scheduled recurring gifts, or make a pledge, your decision to support the mission of LCA financially is an investment in the lives of future Christian leaders. 

Gifts can be made by cash, check, or online. To give online, use the button below; cash and checks can be dropped off at or mailed to:

Legacy Christian Academy
Attn: Development Office
5000 Academy Drive
Frisco, TX 75034

To learn more about how you can give, consider scrolling down or reach out to us! We'd love to visit with you today about how you can make an impact today. Contact info here.

Estate Gifts – Leaving a Legacy

You may want to consider leaving a lasting legacy to Legacy Christian Academy through your will, trust or life insurance policies. You can also make a meaningful future gift to Legacy Christian Academy while generating income, immediate tax savings, and other benefits. 

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Gifts from Retirement Accounts

Retirement plan assets can be a practical source from which to make gifts. Many tax advisors suggest using these funds to make charitable gifts because amounts withdrawn from retirement accounts can be taxable to you and eventually to your heirs if left to them. Giving in this way may result in little or no tax impact when you report the amount withdrawn along with an offsetting charitable deduction.

Memorial Gifts

Many friends of Legacy Christian Academy find it very meaningful to make a donation in honor of a loved one on special occasions, and/or to honor the memory of loved ones who have passed away.

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Recurring Gifts

You can set up a recurring gift, paid in weekly, monthly, quarterly or annual installments, through our Online Giving form. Through recurring gifts you will to provide consistent support to Legacy Christian Academy. Contributing manageable increments over the course of the year allows you to maximize the impact of your gift while avoiding a large, one-time sum.


Giving securities (stocks, bonds or mutual funds) that are worth more than they cost can bring additional tax savings. Such gifts are generally deductible for income tax purposes at their full current value if they have been owned for longer than one year. For additional information, please contact Shannon Nelson, Chief Advancement Officer at 469.633.1330, ext. 269.

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