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Donations provide financial assistance and resources for local Ag Kids in the form of project funding, no-interest loans, grants, scholarships and gifts.

In addition to donating online, you can also choose to:

  • Mail in donations
  • Make tribute donations
  • Contribute to fundraising events

Donation Options

Donation FAQ's

Financial Accountability

Donation Options

Donations provide financial assistance and resources for local Ag Kids in the form of project funding, no-interest loans, grants, scholarships and gifts.

Yes. A gift can be given in many forms. Gifts may include feed, equipment, tools, clothing or other items or services requested by kids to start, sustain or complete their Ag projects. Gift- giving lifts both parties and we encourage our 805 Ag Kids to generously help others and “pay it forward” when they can.
Yes! Fundraising events are a great way to raise awareness and support for our work. If you’d like to speak to our staff about staging a fundraising event, contact us here.

If you donated online, you’ll receive both an email confirmation and an official printed acknowledgement/tax receipt.

If your gift was a one-time donation, you’ll receive an official printed acknowledgement/tax receipt in the mail roughly 3-4 weeks from the date of your gift.

Donation FAQs

Yes. 805 Ag Kids is recognized as tax-exempt under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. 

Our Federal Tax ID number or Employer Identification Number (EIN) is (EIN # TK). If you’d like to learn more, visit our Financial Information page.

Our Federal Identification Number, also known as Employer Identification Number (EIN), is (EIN TK).
The primary sources of funding for 805 Ag Kids include; individual and small business donations, corporate sponsorships and merchandise sales. Details are provided in the Support Our Kids (live link) section.
The biggest percentage of money raised goes directly to help 805 Ag Kids through project support funds, no-interest loans, grants, education scholarships and gifts. A small percentage is necessary for fundraising and administrative costs to run the non-profit organization. Please click to Money for Kids for details.
For kids under 18, a parent or legal guardian must complete and submit a request for support through our website – www.805AgKids.com. Kids 18 or older may submit their own online application for support. Please click to Money for Kids for details.
We do not sell or rent our mailing list to other organizations. For more information, please see our privacy policy

Financial Accountability

Donations provide financial assistance and resources for local Ag Kids in the form of project funding, no-interest loans, grants, scholarships and gifts.

Yes. 100 percent of your donation is tax deductible. 805 Ag Kids is recognized as tax-exempt under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.

805 Ag Kids’ Federal Tax ID number or Employer Identification Number (EIN) is (EIN # TK). If you'd like to learn more, visit our Financial Information page. 

In just a few months in 2020, we were able to raise more than $92,000 to distribute to our kids. Our goal in 2021 is to raise at least $250,000. And, our goal by the end of 2022 is to have raised $1 million for our 805 Ag Kids.

The primary sources of funding for 805 Ag Kids include individual and small business donations, corporate sponsorships, and merchandise sales.