In April 2018 Linda and Bipin Doshi endowed an AGMA Foundation scholarship.
Linda and Bipin Doshi Scholarship Endowment: In April 2018, the Foundation received a generous gift from Linda and Bipin Doshi to endow a scholarship in their name. The first Linda and Bipin Doshi Scholarship was awarded in August 2019 to Liza Russell, a mechanical engineering student at Purdue.
The Foundation welcomes gifts to endow scholarships, or other projects. To discuss, please contact the Foundation at email@example.com
Honor the memory of a loved one, or celebrate the accomplishment of a friend or family member by making a memorial or tribute donation to the AGMA Foundation. When you make a memorial or tribute donation, the AGMA Foundation sends an acknowledgement card to the family or the honoree. Don’t forget to include the name and address of the appropriate person(s). The amount of the gift always remains confidential.
To contribute a memorial gift, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
There are many ways that gifts can be planned to fulfill your charitable goals while enhancing your financial security. Some types of planned gifts, such as charitable gift annuities and charitable remainder unitrusts, provide a lifetime income. Consult your attorney or other qualified advisors to help you build an estate plan that suits your wishes.
You can support the AGMA Foundation through a bequest made in your will or family trust document. You may choose to designate a specific gift or a percentage of your estate, or you may name the AGMA Foundation as a conditional beneficiary.
Sample bequest language: I give, devise, and bequeath $______ (amount) or _____% (percentage or residue of my estate) to the AGMA Foundation, 1001 N. Fairfax Street, Suite 500, Alexandria VA, 22015, a not-for-profit corporation for its charitable uses as directed by its Board of Trustees.
Gifts of Appreciated Stock
Your donation of a gift of stock to the AGMA Foundation can have an impact on the future gear industry workforce, and you may save capital gains taxes. Consult your accountant or attorney and the AGMA Foundation to find out how you can transfer these assets to the Foundation.
Gifts 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. To obtain more information, contact Cindy Bennett, AGMA Foundation Executive Director, at (703) 684-0211.