WAYS TO GIVE
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Contributions to the Georgia Foundation for Agriculture are tax deductible under IRS section 501(c)(3). Our E.I.N. is 47-2035360.
1620 Bass Rd., Macon, GA 31210
Workplace giving (also called Employee Giving) is an easy, efficient way employees can make tax-deductible donations to charities they care about through payroll contributions at work.
GEORGIA FARM BUREAU EMPLOYEES
Giving at GFB is simple. Visit the Human Resources News section on UKG and look for the Foundation Payroll Deduction link.
ALL OTHER EMPLOYERS
Contact your human resources department to inquire about payroll deductions for charity.
Many employers will match your charitable giving. This enables you to double your donation increasing the impact of your dollars. To learn if your employer will match your giving, contact your human resources department.
GEORGIA STATE CHARITABLE CONTRIBUTIONS PROGRAM (GASCCP)
GASCCP is a benefit for State of Georgia and University System employees, which allows contributions to your charity of choice through payroll deductions or a one-time donation. Through payroll deduction you can give more, while only having a small amount deducted from each paycheck. The GASCCP annual campaign is open once a year in the fall for you to designate Georgia Foundation for Agriculture as your charity of choice. Learn more here.
Our agency code is IN001590.
Through planned giving, donors are provided the opportunity to make a larger and more impactful gift than they ever thought possible. Philanthropic support is critically important to fulfilling the mission of the Georgia Foundation for Agriculture. This forward-looking philanthropy will have a remarkable impact on the future of agriculture in Georgia. Please consult with your attorney about your options for charitable giving through your estate.
GIFTS OF STOCK
An electronic transfer of stock to the Georgia Foundation for Agriculture can be made by directing the transfer to the Georgia Foundation for Agriculture. Please notify us with a phone call, e-mail, or a copy of the letter of instruction to the broker.
DONOR-ADVISED FUND GIFT
Use your tax-deductible donor-advised fund to make a gift. Checks from your donor-advised fund can be mailed directly to:
Georgia Foundation for Agriculture,
1620 Bass Rd., Macon, GA 31210
Federal Tax Identification Number: 47-2035360
Ask friends and family to make donations in your honor for birthdays, weddings, anniversaries or other milestone events.
A sponsorship with the GFA is a great way to amplify your brand in the agriculture community while reaching measureable marketing goals. There are numerous ways in which corporations and local businesses can sponsor GFA programs and events.
Please contact Lily Baucom at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss sponsorship opportunities associated with other GFA events or programs.
DRIVING AGRICULTURE SPONSORSHIP
Year Round - Driving Ag Sponsorship Program supports the operations, equipment, stations and educational projects of the Georgia Ag Experience mobile classroom.
Many employers will match your charitable giving. This enables you to double your donation the impact of your dollars on Georgia ag.
To learn if your employer will match your giving, contact your human resources department.
Create your own fundraiser any time throughout the year to raise funds for GFA. Consider starting one for a birthday, milestone celebration, National Ag Week, GivingTuesday, local walks, runs and events.
Buy Georgia grown and sewn t-shirts from Magnolia Loom and for each shirt sold, a donation is made the GFA. Magnolia Loom is a line of quality cotton pocket t-shirts that are certified Georgia Grown and the fabric is cut and sewn in Swainsboro, Ga. and sold exclusively by Chapman Trading Co. of Sandersville, Ga. Order today to support GFA.
ROUND UP FOR AG EDUCATION
This partnership program brings together Georgia farms, markets, retailers and the GFA to support agricultural education across our state. By asking customers to round up their purchases to the nearest dollar, local businesses stand out as ambassadors for agriculture in their communities.
When visiting local farms, you may be asked if you’d like to roundup for ag education. Please say “yes” to contribute to GFA’s ag in the classroom efforts.
If your local farms are not currently participating, please ask them to sign up.
Become a partner organization by contacting Lily Baucom at email@example.com
GFA hosts numerous sales and events in-person, online and on social media throughout the year giving friends of Georgia agriculture the chance to participate.
The GFA Fall Online Auction also provides a way for businesses and individuals to donate items to be auctioned off to raise funds. To donate and item, please email Lily Baucom at firstname.lastname@example.org.