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Meet a Volunteer

Francis Mill restoration volunteer
Jerry Donahoe
Jerry's adventure in preservation resulted in strong connections within his adopted community and beyond.
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Sponsor a Volunteer

Help Someone Make a Difference
An Adventures in Preservation volunteer vacation can be the adventure of a lifetime. Do you have a family member or friend who would like to attend, but may be having a little trouble saving enough to cover the expenses? Or know someone who would be thrilled to receive a gift covering their trip fees?

By sponsoring an Adventures in Preservation volunteer, you are contributing toward a specific volunteer’s program fee and supporting our mission. Contributions sent directly to AiP are100% tax-deductible for U.S. residents and also non-refundable. You can sponsor an AiP volunteer in different ways.

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We encourage volunteers to use an online fundraising platform like Volunteer Forever, where it’s fast and easy to sponsor a volunteer. Contact us if you would like to contribute directly to someone’s trip via an online donation to AiP.

Sponsor A Volunteer By Mail
You can also sponsor a volunteer through the mail. Simply complete this form and send it along with your contribution (in the form of a personal check from a U.S. bank, certified check, cashier check, or money order in US dollars made payable to Adventures in Preservation) to the following address:

Adventures in Preservation
1557 North Street
Boulder, CO 80304 USA

Tax Deductibility
Adventures in Preservation is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization in the U.S. For U.S. citizens, in general, 100% of the payments towards the AiP program fee are deductible for federal income tax purposes. Charitable donations can reduce the taxable income and lower the tax bill of the person who has made the donation—including sponsors if a volunteer is fundraising. Not everyone will be able to deduct their charitable contributions, however. You will need to itemize your tax deductions in order to claim any charitable donation.

Each country has different tax rules and regulations. AiP recommends consulting a personal tax advisor on all issues concerning tax deductibility, including determining if and how airfare may be tax-deductible.

Volunteers and sponsors submitting payments online toward a program fee will receive a receipt via email that itemizes fee and payments. Volunteers and sponsors sending payments by check or money order will receive a receipt via email or mail that itemizes fee and payments.