In 2005 Grants Pass Branch established the Grants Pass University Women Charitable Fund (GPUWCF). This nonprofit 501(c)(3) status provides people the opportunity to make tax deductible donations to support our mission related activities: the Rogue Community College endowment fund and scholarships, national AAUW funds, and events such as the Frog O’Faire and Girls Rock!
We are registered with the Amazon Smile Program. Go to the Amazon Smile website and choose Grants Pass University Women Charitable Fund as your charitable organization. Then each time you shop, go to Amazon Smile’s website to order your items. Amazon will donate 0.5% to GPUWCF.
Every gift to AAUW has an impact — but your dollars go furthest when they support funds critical to our mission. Click here to learn more about the AAUW Funds listed below and to make an online donation.
- AAUW Greatest Need Fund
Your unrestricted donation provides support where it is most needed to advance AAUW’s mission by sustaining all programs and activities.
- Additional Options for Giving to AAUW Funds
Support Economic Security for Women, Leadership Initiatives for Women, Education and Training for Women and Governance and Sustainability.
- Grants Pass Branch Research and Project Fund
This is our branch’s national endowment fund which is used for scholarships and community projects. Indicate that you wish your donation to go to fund #4249.
Help Continue These Community Activities With Your Donation:
- Frog O’Faire Children’s Festival
This event, which began in 1973, is a community service project of AAUW. It provides a day of free educational enrichment activities and entertainment for children of Josephine County. You can donate money or support this event by shopping with your Fred Meyer Rewards Card. Create an account at www.fredmeyer.com/communityrewards
Search for the name AAUW Frog O Faire Children’s Festival (nonprofit # 93211).
Every time you shop and use your Rewards Card, our branch will receive a donation. You will still earn your rewards points, fuel points, and rebates.
- Girls Rock!
Girls Rock! provides a fun-filled event for girls ages 9-13, who with their parents participate in activities that encourage discussions about issues unique to this age group.
Rogue Community College Scholarship Foundation:
- Rogue Community College Scholarships
Scholarships for students attending Rogue Community College and working towards a degree in the area of science, technology, engineering or math (STEM)
- AAUW/Rogue Community College Endowment Fund
AAUW’s part of The Rogue Community College Foundation which invests for scholarships