About Alyn Scholarship Fund Enhancing Educational Opportunities for Georgia Students
students have received scholarships through the work of Alyn Scholarship Fund. More than
in scholarship funds have benefited Georgia students.
In 2015, the Alyn Scholarship Fund was founded with the mission of enhancing access to better educational opportunities for Pre-K through 12th-grade students across Georgia. Through our work, we have provided over $2 million in scholarship funds to Georgia students.
Through the donations of our generous sponsors, the Alyn Scholarship Fund makes private school a financially viable option so families can provide their children with an educational environment best suited to their needs.
As an approved Student Scholarship Organization (SSO), the Alyn Scholarship Fund participates in Georgia's Education Tax Credit program. Whether you're a school, parent, corporate sponsor, or individual donor, ASF can help you meet your donation goals.
About Alyn Scholarship Fund
The Alyn Scholarship Fund (ASF) is a recognized 501(c)(3) organization by the IRS. All donations made to ASF are considered tax-deductible, charitable contributions.
ASF's Federal ID # is: 46-2082203.
Dollar-for-Dollar Tax Credits
Your Money. Your Choice.
The Education Tax Credit program brings together taxpayers, businesses, and the Alyn Scholarship Fund to make better education a reality for Georgia students and families.
Taxpayers and businesses pay state taxes every year, and state budgets generally determine where those taxes go. With a contribution to Georgia's Education Tax Credit program, taxpayers and businesses have the power to direct their money - the money they'd pay anyway - to students and families seeking better education opportunities.
This all comes at a low, low price of zero additional cost to contributors, who receive a 100% dollar-for-dollar state tax credit for every cent of their contribution.
Empowering students and families at no additional cost to the taxpayer? It's one tax situation that makes a whole lot of sense.