THANK YOU – to our 2016 Annual Campaign Donors!
MAKE IT MATTER – DONATE TODAY
We hope you will join the Foundation 2017 Annual Campaign Champions in support of your industry.
Donate with credit card through the PayPal button below or click here for Pledge Card.
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)
Your Donation Makes a Difference! Projects Funded by the Annual Campaign Include:
Scholarships to Aspiring Engineers
Engineering students Andrew Katz and Jacob Van Dorp are two of the six 2015 AGMA Foundation scholarship recipients.
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.
AGMA Centennial Research & Education
The AGMA Centennial Book, “Celebrating 100 Years of Gearing,” the Centennial Timeline Display, and the AGMA Centennial Website and Video were funded with grants from the AGMA Foundation. To purchase the Centennial Book please visit the AGMA store.
The AGMA Foundation granted $200,000 to AGMA for the historical research and education aspects of the 2016 AGMA Centennial Celebration. The AGMA Centennial book, timeline exhibit, website and video educate, highlight, and celebrate the importance of gearing and AGMA. Click here to visit the Foundation funded Centennial website and video.
Bob Errichello is one of AGMA’s expert instructors.
Grants from the Foundation created online versions of two AGMA popular courses: Gear Failure Analysisand Detailed Gear Design – Beyond Simple Service. Since their debut in 2012, hundreds of AGMA members have taken advantage of this education opportunity.
NEW! The Foundation granted funds to AGMA in 2016 to revise and update the Detailed Gear Design course.
In 2004, with funding from the AGMA Foundation, AGMA debuted its 3-part Online Workforce Training Series: Fundamentals of Gearing, Parallel Gear Inspection, and Hobbing. These courses have trained thousands over the past 12 years. NEW! In 2017, AGMA will update these courses with a new Foundation grant.
University Based Research
The Foundation funded research on Gear Micropitting at The Ohio State University.
The Foundation has provided over $350,000 in funding for cutting edge gear research. The Foundation’s most recent grant on Gear Micropitting went to the GearLab at The Ohio State University.
We appreciate your support! The Annual Campaign is an important source of funds for the Foundation’s education and training programs, research grants, and operating expenses.
Support for the Foundation through the Annual Campaign is vital to the survival and operation of the Foundation, since AGMA membership dues do not cover operating expenses for the AGMAFoundation. 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