Building a highly educated and skilled workforce is essential to meet local and global market demands and to give the continent a competitive edge in the global economy.
Your special gift will ensure that Africa’s greatest resource, its people, have access to the best university education that the continent has to offer.
Make a secure donation to AAI:
Please make checks payable to “The Africa-America Institute” and send to:
ATTN: Corporate & External Affairs
The Africa-America Institute
New York, NY 10165-6222
ABA: 021 0000 89
Account number: 679 653 0054
SWIFT code: CITIUS33
399 Park Avenue
New York, NY 10022
AAI is registered 501 (c)(3) charitable organization and all donations are tax-deductible as allowed by law.
You can double or triple the impact of your charitable gift, if your company matches philanthropic donations made by their employees. If you are considering a gift, please check with your Human Resources department about their matching gifts program and follow directions to initiate a match. Click here to search for companies.
Workplace Giving Campaigns: These are annual, employer-sponsored programs that offer employees the opportunity to make a charitable contribution through payroll deduction. Many campaigns allow their employees to “write-in” or nominate a U.S. based, 501.C3 charity for inclusion in their annual campaign, which in turn can easily generate new donors for AAI.
Become a Corporate Partner or Sponsor
AAI can create tailored corporate partnership programs that are designed to meet specific corporate responsibility objectives in the United States or in Africa. Corporate sponsorship programs may include: event sponsorships; cause-related marketing initiatives; and programmatic partnerships.
Make a Gift of Securities
Gifts of appreciated stock or mutual funds are a great way to support AAI. The donor will receive an income tax deduction for the full fair market value of securities, which the donor has owned more than one year and subject to the usual limitation. Capital gains tax will be applied on these assets.