Georgia Goal Scholarship Program
Support Providence through Georgia Goal
A 2008 law allows individuals and corporations to receive a Georgia income tax credit for redirecting their state income tax payments to the Georgia GOAL Scholarship Program.
GOAL uses these contributions to provide private school scholarships to students who are eligible to enroll in kindergarten, or first grade or who are transferring from a Georgia public school.
This helps You, Providence and Children.
You are already paying income taxes to the state. Why not redirect some of those taxes to provide Georgia children with Greater Opportunities for Access to Learning (GOAL)? When you redirect your Georgia income taxes to GOAL, you can designate that the contribution be used to provide scholarships at Providence Christian Academy. Thus, Providence is able to:
- Increase the financial aid that it can offer new students from qualifying families,
- Increase school enrollment, and
- Increase the funds available to improve educational offerings.
What is the maximum amount I can contribute?
- Single individual or head of household - $1,000;
- Married couple filing joint return - $2,500;
- Married couple filing separate return- $1,250;
- C Corporation - 75% percent of Georgia income tax liability; or
- S Corporation shareholder, LLC member, or partnership partner up to $10,00. Click here for more information.
How to Contribute:
Click here to submit your GOAL Tax Credit Application online today.
Please start the simple redirect process today. Contact Ian Chadwick at email@example.com or 770-279-3933 if you have questions or need assistance.
What Happens Next?
1. GOAL Submits to DOR. GOAL submits your application to the Georgia Department of Revenue (DOR).
2. Approved to Contribute. GOAL and DOR notify you of tax credit approval and amount.
3. Make Payment. Pay GOAL by check or credit card within 60 days of DOR approval.
4. Take the Credit. In May, GOAL will send you a Form IT-QEE-SSO1 (tax receipt) for claiming the credit on your 2021 Georgia income tax return (Note: you will take the credit when you file your 2021 taxes by April 2022).