Donate to Junior Achievement Today!
There are many ways you can financially support Junior Achievement of Tampa Bay in our work to ensure our area’s young people are prepared for success in the modern economy. Tailored partnership opportunities are also available.
Junior Achievement is supported through the generous gifts of both businesses and individuals in our community. They view their contributions as a good investment in our children’s future. JA supporters come from all walks of life and their gifts reflect their diversity from large corporate donors, entrepreneurs, and foundations to the generosity of individual contributors. You can support JA with cash contributions, bequest and planned giving, stocks and bonds; the possibilities are endless.
Donate at any level and impact the life of a child today.
Join the Leadership Society
Join the Leadership Society: recognizes individuals, corporations and families who have made a long-term commitment to Junior Achievement. Levels of long-term pledges include Chairman Society, 1919 Founders Society and Achievement Society.
- Achievement society members- multi-year gifts of $1,000 and above per year for 5 years
- 1919 founders society- multi-year gifts of $1,919-$4,999
- Chairman society- multi-year gifts of $5,000-$9,999
Join the National Free Enterprise Society
Join the National Free Enterprise Society: This society is a nationally recognized group of individuals and families who have made gifts of $10,000 or more in a calendar year, directly or through a private or family foundation. Gifts can be cash or other assets valued at $10,000 or more at the time of the transfer
- National free enterprise society- leadership gifts of $10,000 or more
Join the National Heritage Society
Join the National Heritage Society: recognizes individuals who have named Junior Achievement as a beneficiary in their will, life insurance, IRA, charitable gift annuity or charitable trust.
Junior Achievement of Tampa Bay is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization, to which contributions are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law. Junior Achievement meets all Standards in Philanthropy, as detailed by the National Charities Information Bureau.