Did you know…we are thrilled to be under construction currently on our new 32,000-square-foot campus and Home Club on the Sheth Family Campus, which will be a flagship for BGCAA in Austin and the surrounding Area. We’re 84% to goal but there’s still a lot of work to be done before we can open our doors.
To support our #BringUsHome Campaign to ensure that the Home Club on the Sheth Family Campus has enough funding to build, operate and sustain, click here.
Contribute by Phone or Mail
If you would like to make a contribution by mail or fax, please complete this
printable form and return it to the following address:
Boys & Girls Clubs of the Austin Area
Attn: Resource Development
5407 North IH 35, Suite 400
Austin, Texas 78723
Support Boys & Girls Clubs and save on capital gains taxes. Gifting an asset, often common stock or mutual fund shares, is a valuable way to make a contribution to a charitable organization and receive tax benefits based on the value of the asset(s).
Planned Giving: The Heritage Club
Heritage Club members seek to ensure that the future needs of our nation’s youth are met by including their local Boys & Girls Clubs in their estate plans. This planning might include a will, charitable gift annuity, trust arrangement, real estate gift or life insurance policy.
512 Club: Recurring Monthly Gift
Are you passionate about the 512…about supporting a thriving and growing community in and around the Austin area? Join our 512 Club and support Boys & Girls Clubs of the Austin Area (BGCAA) with your recurring gift of $51.20 each month, which will directly benefit Club kids and teens in the Austin area who need us most.
Many companies have programs in place that “match” the charitable contributions made by their employees. Through corporate gift matching, your employer can multiply your gift to the Club, making it go further.
Many corporations, foundations, and especially individuals make dedicated contributions to support programs of specific interest to them. For example, Dell heads up our “Club Tech” program, which focuses on addressing digital inequality within our communities; Charles Schwab sponsors “Money Matters”, a personal finance program for teens; and Texas Parks & Wildlife offers “Bob Cats Outside,” a program that focuses on environmental and outdoor education. Sponsorship opportunities are available in three focus areas. More than likely, you’ll find something that is particularly relevant to you on a business, community or cultural level.
Your talent is vital to the Clubs. We need organizational support in marketing, public relations, technology, human resource management, finance/resource development, operations, & facility maintenance.