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Annual Fund Society
The Annual Fund Society at Academy Prep Center of Tampa includes more than 200 members. Donors with an annual gift of $100 or more become automatic members of our Annual Fund Society — a network of individuals and businesses in our community who support the efforts of Academy Prep Center of Tampa through annual gifts. Members receive:
- Invitation to a yearly thank you celebration to network with some of Tampa’s finest
- Invitations to attend activities with our students throughout the year
- An annual E-Newsletter update on our students
- Official Academy Prep car magnet
- Special thank you letter of recognition
Academy Prep is recognized as a 501(c)(3) organization that seeks tax deductible donations throughout the community. These contributions benefit Academy Prep students, paying for instruction, course development, books, lunch, enrichment activities, field trips, repairs and maintenance to the school, and so much more.
Why should you consider a multi-year pledge?
A multi-year pledge can help you keep track of your giving, cut down on annual solicitations, and ensure that you continue to support the Annual Fund each and every fiscal year. The commitments counted each year allow Academy Prep to maintain quality services to our students and their families.
How can I make a gift?
Academy Prep makes it easy by offering a variety of ways to give. Click here to make a donation on our website, and be sure to add in “Annual Fund Society” in the comment section!
Or, learn about other ways to maximize your gift including matching gifts, stock transfers, and planned giving by contacting Maggie McCleland, Development Director, at (813) 248-5600 ext. 1138 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Checks can be mailed to Academy Prep Center of Tampa, Attn: Development Office at 1407 E. Columbus Dr. Tampa, FL 33605.
Every day, we work tirelessly to change the perspectives of children and give them an opportunity to achieve great things. But without donations from the local community, we couldn’t operate and successfully fulfill our mission.