Thank You for Supporting the 2020 Annual Campaign!

Annual Campaign Donations Support
the Foundation’s Scholarship Program,
and Other Projects

Click Here To Meet The Eleven 2019 Scholarship Recipients 


2020 Donors will be recognized on this website, and on signage at the 2020 Annual Meeting.


Contribute to the Annual Campaign with a credit card through the PayPal button below, or click here for a mail in Pledge Card.

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Corporate Giving Levels:
Friend (up to $999)
Partner ($1,000-$2,499)
Benefactor ($2,500-$4,999)
Patron ($5,000-$7,499)
Leader ($7,500 and above)

Individual Giving Levels:
Donor (up to $99)
Friend ($100-$249)
Partner ($250-$499)
Benefactor ($500-$749)
Patron ($750 and above)

The AGMA Foundation Scholarship Program Delivers Engineers and Trained Operators to the Power Transmission Industry!


Waukesha County Technical College student Jack Jaeger received two Technical/Associate student scholarships from the AGMA Foundation!  The Foundation offers scholarships at the Technical/Associate, Undergraduate and Graduate levels.  The Foundation awarded 11 scholarships in 2019. 

The AGMA Foundation awards scholarship to students who are preparing to work in the gear industry. Scholarships are awarded at the Technical/Associate, Undergraduate, and Graduate levels. Eighty-six percent of the Foundation’s scholarship recipients are working in the gear industry. Please visit our scholarship webpage for full details

We appreciate your support! The Annual Campaign is an important source of funds for the Foundation’s scholarship program.

The Annual Campaign is vital to the survival and operation of the AGMA Foundation. AGMA membership dues do not fund the Foundation’s programs or operating expenses. Contributions made to the AGMA Foundation, a Section 501( c)(3) organization under the Internal Revenue Code, are considered charitable contributions for U.S. federal income tax purposes. Tax ID: 54-1610556



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