When you donate to Students of AMF, you are investing in the future of grieving college students who might not otherwise have a support system while they are in school.
Your donation, large or small, will make a difference. And you can be sure that your gift will be applied where it will have the greatest impact.
|A gift of…||or…||could…|
|$1000||$83.33/month||Sponsor the launch of a new AMF chapter|
|$750||$62.50/month||Sponsor an AMF chapter for one year|
|$500||$41.66/month||Allow one college student to attend the National Conference on College Student Grief|
|$250||$20.83/month||Host our website for a year|
|$100||$8.33/month||Support the training of a campus support group leader|
|$50||$4.17/month||Provide unlimited access for young adults to resources on college student bereavement, young adult bereavement, and mental health|
We rely on the donations of individual and corporate patrons to advance our mission. Gifts to Actively Moving Forward (AMF) go directly to fund our chapters, national programs and services, and the infrastructure that makes them possible. Donate online through our Network For Good page! -- SORRY FOR THE INCONVENIENCE-- OUR DONATION SITE WITH NETWORK FOR GOOD IS CURRENTLY DOWN. WE ARE WORKING TO RESOLVE THIS AND HOPE TO HAVE IT BACK UP AS SOON AS POSSIBLE (1/17/2016).
Or send your check to:
National Students of AMF, Attention: Ben Chesson
4315 Brookfield Drive
Charlotte, NC 28210
AMF is such a wonderful organization and idea, and I am so thankful that it has spread to so many different schools. The challenges and problems that we deal with as students with ailing loved ones are unique and impossibly difficult, but the support of groups such as AMF makes them bearable. Every school should have a chapter, and every student should know about it.
Tiffany, class of 2010
University of Pennsylvania Law School
Your giving can take many forms:
Your cash, stock, securities, or property gift will be used to support grieving college students throughout the country.
You may opt to spread your gift over time by making a recurring monthly donation.
Make a donation in honor of a deceased loved one. We will notify the loved one’s family of your gift (or whomever you desire).
Make a donation to honor a living friend or loved one. Tribute gifts can be given to recognize a birthday, wedding, anniversary, holiday, or other special occasion, or just to let someone know you are thinking of them. We will notify your friend or loved one of your gift.
Ask your employer to match your charitable donation to Actively Moving Forward (AMF).
Include Actively Moving Forward (AMF) as a beneficiary in your will and create a legacy that gives something back.
Charitable Remainder Trust
With this trust you can leave assets to Actively Moving Forward (AMF) and receive income for a specified period of time, after which all remaining assets are transferred to AMF.
Charitable Lead Trust
You can establish this trust to pay income to Actively Moving Forward (AMF) for a certain period during your lifetime or after your death. Any remaining trust principal passes to your heirs.
Charitable Gift Annuity
Designate Actively Moving Forward (AMF) as a beneficiary of your IRA or retirement plan.
Underwrite a specific Actively Moving Forward (AMF) program by making a donation to cover its costs. Your gift will be applied to chapter development, communications, the National Conference on College Student Grief, National College Student Grief Awareness Week, or another specific area of your designation.
Donate a product or service that will alleviate our anticipated expenses.
Sponsor one of our signature fundraising events in exchange for marketing benefits.
Unless otherwise specified, your gift will be considered unrestricted and applied where the organization needs it most. If you choose to restrict your gift, those funds will be used only for that purpose.
Actively Moving Forward (AMF) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization as defined by the IRS and listed in IRS Publication 78. All donations are tax-deductible in accordance with IRS regulations. IRS guidelines for Charitable Contributions can be found in IRS Publication 526.
For additional information on these giving options or to discuss other giving alternatives, email firstname.lastname@example.org.