Anthony Wayne Youth Foundation

AWYF 2022 Donations

Welcome

Your Contribution Matters

  • We have provided multiple scholarships to local kids to cover registration fees.
  • Your thoughtful donation to our 501(c) (3) charitable organization can be directed to the Bluecreek Recreation Area or your favorite program(s) and paid over twelve (12) months.
  • AWYF Philanthropic Gifts Program will allow any individual or company to contribute, publicly traded stock, bonds and mutual funds as well as give real estate and other hard to value assets. We are also open to gifts that provide current and future tax deductions such as: a charitable remainder trust, a charitable lead trust, bequests, life insurance and charitable gift annuities. Please contact any AWYF Board of Trustee to discuss this further.
  • The Foundation's chairman, legal counsel or any board member will be glad to discuss your proposed gift to the Foundation and to cooperate fully with you and your advisors in implementing this gift. Our desire is to build an on going endowment fund that will allow us to help AW youth organizations implement their community development projects.
  • A gift of cash (one-time, monthly, or quarterly) allows you to take the maximum income tax deduction and allows us to put your gift immediately to work.
  • A multi-year pledge to maximize tax deductions and spread a larger gift over two or three years.
  • An annual sponsorship from $100 - $5,000 or more that has community-wide marketing opportunities and recognition benefits.

Why should I give money to the AWYF?

A: You should invest in the AWYF because we serve the Anthony Wayne Community, including Whitehouse, Waterville, Waterville Township, Monclova, and parts of Swanton Township, Providence-Neapolis, and Middleton Township. We provide opportunities for kids to participate in active and passive recreational activities in a safe setting. We exist to support children, but there are other community benefits to our work, such as an improved quality of life and increased property values realized by creating the BCRA.


Questions

Please direct questions to:

info@awyf.org