The Monthly Donor Society recognizes a special network of supporters, people who have different stories with our organization but the same desire to sustain our programs!
Join us in strengthening AMIGOS through monthly giving.
Many companies have matching gift programs! If you are not aware of this program (many people are not), search below or inquire with your HR office to see if your gift could be matched. AMIGOS EIN is 74-1547146. If you have any questions, email [email protected].
Current companies matching gifts to AMIGOS:
Bank of America Charitable Foundation
The Boeing Company
Boston Consulting Group
Charities Aid Foundation of America
First Weber Group
Goldman Sachs & Co.
Harris and Eliza Kempner Fund
IBG Financial Advisors
Lyondell Chemical Company
McKinsey & Co.
Shell Oil Company
As one of the nation’s oldest international youth service organizations, AMIGOS has transformed the lives of more than 30,000 young people over five decades. A bequest or other legacy gift is a meaningful way to leave a legacy with an organization that has played an important role in your life.
You may designate your gift toward the area of greatest need, financial assistance, the AMIGOS endowment, or a specific program. If you have already made a legacy gift, please let us know so we can recognize you as a society member. The Guy Bevil Legacy Society Intention Form can be downloaded here.
When you include a charity in your will or estate plans, you are making a bequest. Bequests are the most common type of legacy gift. You can also leave a legacy gift by making AMIGOS the beneficiary of one’s retirement plan, life-insurance, stock, cash assets, etc.
Find sample language for two of the easiest legacy gifts to make below:
You may find sample language for making a bequest here.
A sample letter to your retirement plan provider may be found here.
The Guy Bevil Legacy Society is named in honor of the founder of AMIGOS, Guy Bevil, who had the vision and drive to start the organization in 1965. We applaud Guy Bevil’s legacy as well as the foresight of our Legacy Society members who are securing our vision for future generations and the organization’s future success.
Douglass and Margaret Beeman
Charlie Evans, MD
Mary Stelletello and Andy Howick
Amigos de las Américas is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. As such, we are not a professional financial advising organization. Any information found on this webpage does not constitute financial or legal advice. For financial and legal counsel, please consult your personal financial and legal advisers.
People of all types involved in our organization (staff, board, volunteers, alumni, etc.) can connect AMIGOS to funding sources. We raise nearly $2M in giving each year to support our programs and student volunteers. With your individual story and personal connections, you can take part in this massive effort in a way that no one else can.
Ways you can assist in fundraising: