- Where do donations go?
- Who does KIS ask for support?
- Can I donate any amount?
- Are gifts tax deductible?
- How can I support KIS?
- When should I make my donation?
Where do donations go?
Donations are built into the annual operating budget. KIS produces an annual report each year which is sent to all current parents and the previous school year’s supporters.
Who does KIS ask for support?
We ask everyone in our community to help. Current parents, alumni, alumni parents, current and former faculty and staff, corporations and friends. KIS needs and wants everyone in its community to be a supporter of our school.
Can I donate any amount?
Yes, of course! Donations of all sizes have an impact and your participation at any level is an investment in KIS students and the better future that they will create.
Are gifts tax deductible?
In Japan, KIS has a special tax dispensation status (tokuzo) that allows us to issue tax receipts for yen gifts over ¥2,000. For more information on tax deductibility, please contact the Business Office firstname.lastname@example.org
How can I support KIS?
In Japan, the easiest way is to make an online donation here using either Bank Transfer or Credit Card payment.
When should I make my donation?
Donations are accepted year-round and donations are recognized accordingly.