Chapter 106

Greater Boston: JOIN ~200 members in New England

DONATE -- Specify $$$: General Fund or Youth Fund

We welcome DONATIONS for both our GENERAL FUND (for programs, etc)
as well as our YOUTH SCHOLARSHIP FUND!  
Our our only other funding is chapter dues & occasional fundraising.


NOTE:  Our EAA Chapter 106 is an IRS-recognized 501(c)(3) Public Charity and all donations should be tax deductible if you itemize (check with your tax professional).
Our EIN #:  11-378175  
IRS Letter of designation as a 501(c)(3) Public Charity - PDF:    

Please specify whether your donation is to be designated for the General Fund (supports programs and more) or our new Youth Fund .  Each of the past few years we have sent aviation-passionate, very deserving, hard-working youth to the EAA Advanced Air Academy (in 2012: one youth, in 2013: two youth, in 2014: three youth).  For our 2015 Youth Scholarship, we hope to raise enough funds to send FOUR aviation-passionate youth to Oshkosh, but the biggest chunk of the funds come through generous donations by EAA106 members, family and friends. 
    Here is info on the EAA Advanced Air Academy:
    http://www.youngeagles.org/programs/airacademy/advancedclass.asp  
    and a new camp, related camp:  Advanced Air Academy SportAir Camp

Be sure to give us both of your ADDRESSES (e-mail and snail-mail). 
For any amounts over $25, we will e-mail AND snail-mail a formal letter of acknowledgement.
For any amounts under $25, we will e-mail a receipt as our thanks.
The IRS requires a written acknowledgement for $250 & up, but we like to send thanks for any amount !

Whether by check or PayPal, we appreciate ANY level of contribution !

TO DONATE to our GENERAL FUND (Programs, etc):


Just to be sure it's clear, please include a message that your donation is for our General Fund

 
TO DONATE to our YOUTH SCHOLARSHIP FUND:


Just to be sure it's clear, please include a message that your donation is for our Youth Scholarship Fund



 

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