Graduation Class of 2012
David Peck, Founder, Creative Director & CEO of CROP Fashion Design, Class of '06
At PCA we believe art can transform lives, and combined with education it has the power to transform society. This is why we reach out to our industry partners, alumni, and friends to participate in raising funds for scholarships for talented students.
Through your participation, you, too, can transform lives.
Linda Jarvin, PhD
How You Can Help
There are many ways to support Paris College of Art: by employing and mentoring PCA students, making a financial gift, or designating that your company’s Taxe d’Apprentissage be given to PCA.
Hire a PCA Student or Alumni
Contact email@example.com to learn about how to hire PCA students and graduates for jobs and internships.
Make a Financial Gift
To make a cash gift to the annual fund:
> Send a check payable to Paris College of Art | Attn: Marie Breton | 15, rue Fénelon 75010 Paris
Donors resident in France for tax purposes are eligible for an income tax reduction corresponding to 66% of the amount of the donation (within the limit of 20% of taxable income). Upon receipt of your donation we will provide you with proof of your donation for your records and tax declaration. For more information go to www.legifrance.gouv.fr and search for “Taxe d’apprentissage”.
Donors resident for tax purposes in other European Union countries may be eligible for a tax reduction, visit givingineurope.org or contact your local tax authorities to determine your eligibility.
Designate your Company's Taxe D'Apprentissage to PCA
What is Taxe d’Apprentissage?
The Taxe d’Apprentissage (T.A.) is an obligatory tax paid by all companies in France, in order to support educational institutions. This tax is mandatory for companies based in France, but the payers have the right to choose the school that is benefiting from their Taxe d’Apprentissage. The T. A. allows schools to finance further development of their technological and professional education. The calculation of the Taxe d’Apprentissage is based on the salaries paid during the previous year of the company. For companies under 250 employees, the percentage of Taxe d’Apprentissage is 0,5% of the total of gross salaries paid to all employees in the year 2012. This percentage is 0,6% of the gross salaries paid, when the company counts more than 250 employees and when the annual average of employees under 26 years with a contrat de professionnalisation or contrat d’apprentissage does not reach a certain point (article 225 in the CGI) .
> All companies in France with more than one employee have to pay the Taxe d’Apprentissage. If they do not specify the school of their choice, the payment of this tax goes to the public educational system.
> Companies have to pay this tax anyway, so why not dedicate it to Paris College of Art! The deadline for T.A. payment is Feb 28th 2014.
To designate your company’s Taxe d’Apprentissage to Paris College of Art download our Taxe d’Apprentissage 2013 Brochure and return the completed Bordereau de Promesse to Paris College of Art.
Please send your payment and T.A. form to your tax collection organization (OCTA).
If you wish to designate 100% of your T.A. be sure to clearly indicate on the form, in the amount section: Maximum disponible avec cumul.
In the reversement section indicate the following:
Service Taxe d’Apprentissage
15, rue Fénelon 75010 Paris
SIRET NO: 338 879 711 00012
Code Etablissement: 0755 236J
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