REPAIR REPLACE RENEW RESERVE - ‘1918’ Capital Campaign
Engineers Club of Dayton Foundation, 110 E. Monument Avenue Dayton, OH 45402 Phone: (937) 228-2148 Fax: (937) 228-4794 [ ] Yes! I want to help ensure the Engineers Club is repaired, renewed and reinvigorated to meet its second century. [ ] Add my name to the 1918 Capital Campaign Plaque with my contribution of $1918 or more: $_______________ I want to fulfill my pledge through: [ ] One Single Payment [ ] 60 Monthly Payments for 5 Years (minimum $32 per month to achieve a $1918 gift) [ ] Other (specify):____________________________ [ ] I pledge another amount: __________ [ ] I wish to give but remain anonymous Method of Payment: [ ] Invoice on monthly bill [ ] Visa [ ] MasterCard [ ] Other:______ Make checks payable to the Engineers Club of Dayton Foundation 1918 Fund If paying by a credit card: Credit Card Number: ______________________Exp. Date:______ Billing Address: ______________________________________________________________ Signature: _________________________Date:______________________ Name(s) to appear on Pledge roster:______________________________________________ Affiliation/Company (if applicable_________________________________________________ Address:____________________________________________________________________ City:_______________________________________State:________________Zip:_________ Email:_________________________________________________Phone: ______________
The Engineers Club of Dayton Foundation is a 501(c)3 organization.
Tax-deductible contributions to the Engineers Club of Dayton Foundation’s 1918 Capital Campaign also apply to recognition as a member of the Deeds-Kettering-Wright Society ($1,000 minimum cumulative.)
Those wishing to make a five-year pledge of $1918, paid with their Club bill at $32 a month (60 months) will also be recognized as ongoing supporters of the 1918 Capital Campaign.
The Dayton Engineers Club Foundation sincerely thanks you for your participation and commitment to restore and maintain our Club to its original condition for the enduring enjoyment of all members.