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As one of the nation’s oldest international youth service organizations, AMIGOS has opened up the eyes of more than 28,000 young people over more than five decades. To help sustain the success of AMIGOS, a planned or deferred gift is a meaningful way to leave a legacy of support to an organization that has played an important role in your life.
You don’t need to be wealthy to make a planned gift. With thoughtful planning, you have the opportunity to make a significant gift that will benefit the future of AMIGOS and support both your personal and philanthropic objectives.
A planned gift is an investment in AMIGOS for the benefit of future generations. In addition, you have the option to designate your planned gift towards the area of greatest need, financial assistance, or program that is of interest to you.
For more information on this type of charitable giving and how it might benefit you, your loved ones, and AMIGOS, please contact Jenny Claycombe, Development Associate, at email@example.com.
The Guy Bevil Legacy Society is named in honor of the founder of AMIGOS, Guy Bevil, who had the vision to start the organization in the summer of 1965. We applaud Guy Bevil’s legacy as well as the foresight of our Legacy Society members who value AMIGOS and want to secure our vision for future generations.
If you have already made a planned gift to AMIGOS, please let us know so we can recognize you as a society member. The Guy Bevil Legacy Society Intention Form can be downloaded here and returned by mail or email.
Born in Brownsville, Texas, on the Mexican border, Guy graduated from Brownsville High School where he received the Leslie Sill Memorial Award for outstanding achievements. He attended both the University of Texas and Baylor University. Following his interests as an amateur archaeologist, Guy traveled Europe, Western Asia and Central America. He served as the Youth Minister at River Oaks Baptist Church before founding Amigos de las Américas (AMIGOS) as an independent non-profit in 1965. He served as Executive Director of AMIGOS for a decade.
If you have memories you wish to share about our history and our founder, Guy Bevil, please contact Jenny Claycombe.
Each year, alumni, board members, volunteers and staff join an effort to mobilize funding for AMIGOS. Our organization mobilizes nearly $2M a year to support applicants and ensure our programs remain accessible to young people from all backgrounds. We could not do it without the support of our community and we welcome alumni and supporters to join us and mobilize funding for AMIGOS.
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We encourage our supporters to consider a multi-year pledge to support AMIGOS. Pledged giving enables our team do do long-range planning for our programs and financial assistance program for our students. If you are interested in making a pledge to AMIGOS, please contact us. Our donor pledge form can be downloaded here.
Honor someone with a gift to AMIGOS in their name.
Donating stock to AMIGOS is a wonderful way to help our mission. One attraction of donating appreciated securities, like stock, is that the tax savings enable you to make a gift at less cost than if you were to donate the equivalent amount in cash outright
Create your legacy with AMIGOS. To ensure the long-term success of AMIGOS, we welcome gifts to the AMIGOS endowment, or we will assist you in establishing a new endowment.
If you have any questions about other ways to give to AMIGOS, or would like to speak with us, please contact Jenny Claycombe for more information.