Thanks for taking time out of your busy schedule to check out the 1921 Foundation and what it is doing in the community. We are a 501 C3 non profit in the business of enabling students to go to college and graduate from college. “To whom much is given much is expected” - Luke 12:48. Please check out our Programs section for a more detailed accounting of what we do. We are in process of fundraising for 2014 scholarships. Please check us out and do not forget to donate.
Thank you for considering a donation! The 1921 Foundation is dependent upon the generosity of corporations, foundations, and individuals for 100% of our funding. Consider your tax-deductible contribution to Page Education Foundation as an investment that will enable students better access to the toolthey need to excel in a competitive education environment. Your on-going generosity and support will create a legacy that will change the future for these students.
Individual gifts can be made in the form of check, credit card (simply click the Donate button in the left-hand menu), or stock.
Gifts in honor or memory – A gift to the 1921 Foundation can be made in honor or in memory of a special individual or occasion. In each case, a hand-written card will be sent to the designated individual notifying them of your gift.
Gift matching – When making an individual gift, consider checking with your employer about a gift matching program.
We’ve compiled a list of companies known to have matching gift programs. Click here to view. The list is not comprehensive. If you do not see your employer listed, please contact your Human Resources office.
If you’d like to make a donation with a match from your employer, simply send in the forms from your company and we will handle the rest. Please send your donation and your company’s donation matching forms to firstname.lastname@example.org or mail them. –
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. (Many companies will provide their own matching donation forms – please check with your employer.)