Your donation through the Covenant Fund at Sagamore gives you an Indiana state tax credit.


Create an endowment in honor or memory of an individual or serve a specific purpose.


Covenant provides three ways that you can give to Covenant while making everyday purchases for your family.


Whether you’re a Work Study family or you simply want to donate your time, you are valuable to us.


Become a sponsor for our annual gala.

People matter.

We know the number of investment options available to you is almost limitless. Investing in people, especially those whose lives are dedicated to kingdom priorities, is a way of investing in eternity. That’s what we do at Covenant.

Covenant has a long history of investing in the lives of our students and families. 

We invite you to join the great adventure of providing an excellent Christ-centered education for the next generation of students. Your gifts of time, talent, and treasure have been crucial to the school’s past and will pave our future success.

You can give online now or you can learn how to earn a state tax credit equal to 50% of your donation here. Thank you for prayerfully considering how best you can help.

Giving matters.

Many Covenant parents already sacrifice to pay for their student’s education. Yet, as a member of the school family, they still choose to make Covenant a part of their giving – and it is a joy.

Other families and organizations have a larger capacity to give. These donors have seen lives transformed at Covenant and have found a mutual passion in the communities we serve.

Contact Nathan Buonanno at (317) 390-0202 or with any questions about giving to Covenant.


Do you believe in the importance and the influencing power of a Christian education?  Do you want every family who is willing to make the sacrifice to send their children to Covenant to have that opportunity?  Do you have state tax liability for your household or business?  

If you answered yes to any of these questions, then consider adding The Covenant Fund at Sagamore to your financial and philanthropic portfolio.  The Covenant Fund at Sagamore is a powerful tool for donors like you.

Why?  Because your donation through the Covenant Fund at Sagamore gives you an Indiana state tax credit valued at 50% of your initial donation amount.  $1,000 donation?  $500 state tax credit!  Plus, you receive your standard federal deduction for a charitable contribution.

We are encouraging you to act quickly.  Tax credits are offered on a first come, first serve basis.  

So if your family or business has state tax liability, make an investment in quality, Christ-centered education through The Covenant Fund at Sagamore.  You are providing significant financial value to your household or business, and you are making a difference in the lives of deserving Covenant students.

Here is your best next step:

You can choose your donation amount.  Plus, choose whether you want to make a one-time donation, or “set it and forget it” with a recurring schedule.

Here are other options:

Do you prefer a paper check?

Print (1), complete (2), and (3) mail this form.

Are you interested in taking your financial and philanthropic portfolio to the next level?

Donate non-cash asset (stocks, real estate, vehicles or even a business interest). Click now to get started donating a non-cash asset.

Need information to share with a spouse, business partner, or financial advisors?

If you have a specific question, please contact the Covenant Advancement Department at or 317.390.0202.  

Planned Giving

Many donors create endowed funds in honor or memory of an individual, or to serve a specific purpose that is important to the donor. The donation can be used completely or invested so that interest from the invested funds provides a gift each year in perpetuity for Covenant to use according to the donors’ wishes. Previous endowed gifts have created our current building, scholarships, teacher renewal funds, and professional development opportunities.

Ways to give to start an endowment fund:

Give Cash or Securities 
All donations are tax deductible.

The gift of highly appreciated stocks are deductible in the full amount of the stock on the day it was given without the donor paying capital gains taxes.

Include Covenant Christian High School in your will or estate plan.

A bequest may be for a specific amount or for the residue or any portion of the estate.

Give a gift of life insurance 
Creating a major gift at a relatively low cost to the donor.

A tax receipt is issued for the premiums paid by the donor when Covenant Christian High School is named the owner and beneficiary of a new or existing policy.

Transfer an existing private foundation or charitable trust.

Administrators may find it practical and economical to transfer assets to a named fund within Covenant, assuring the intent of the fund in perpetuity.

Set up an annuity, charitable remainder trust or other planned giving instrument. 

This can be structured to suit your financial needs and benefit Covenant Christian High School. Covenant Christian High School’s staff or directors can discuss with you the most appropriate vehicle for your situation and interests.

We welcome the opportunity to answer your specific questions at any time, and are happy to work alongside your family’s financial adviser.

Director of Advancement: 317.390.0202


Thanks to you, our students are gaining the knowledge, skills and values to live lives of scholarship, leadership, and service.