501 C 3 Charitable Organization
The G. W. Adams Educational Center, Inc., is an IRS designated 501(C)(3)non-profit organization. Contributions to the center are TAX DEDUCTIBLE under Section 107 of the Internal Revenue Code.
Our current Public Charity Status is:
170 (b) (1) (A) (vi)
For more information, a copy of our certification letter from the Internal Revenue Service, or to make a donation please contact us at: email@example.com
When you make a donation you will receive all necessary forms to submit for tax deduction.
Our thanks to Robert Ginder for his hard work obtaining our 501(C)(3) status.
Special thanks to David Mitzel and the Muskingum County Community Foundation for their advice, assistance and grants.
The purpose of the Center is:
- To preserve and restore the Prospect Place mansion and grounds for future generations.
To promote education regarding the Underground Railroad of the 19th century, the involvement in that organization by George Willison Adams and his home, Prospect Place.
To promote the history of agriculture in this region.
To promote the history of Native American presence in the Muskingum River Valley area.
WE CAN ALWAYS USE YOUR HELP TOO!!!
Donations from individuals are always welcome and as we are a 501c (3) charity, these donations are fully tax deductible. Please help us reach out to the future while teaching the past. Donations may be sent to:
The G. W. Adams Educational Center, Inc.
P O Box 196
Trinway, OH 43842
Cash donation of more than $2000.00 must be made via USPS certified mail or in person.
After we receive your donation you will be sent via U. S. certified mail a receipt you may use to deduct the amount of your donation from your taxes.
It is the policy of the G. W. Adams Educational Center, Inc., not to discriminate against any person for the following reasons:
Ethnic heritage or national origin
Religion or faith
Sexual orientation or sexual identity
We strive to maintain policies inline with our core purpose of education and tolerance.
*The G. W. Adams Educational Center, Inc., reserves the right to refuse gifts of real property which we do not deem appropriate.