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CompTIA Educational Foundation Donation Information

Individual and company annual gifts are put toward the most current needs of the Creating Futures program unless otherwise specified. Making a donation directly impacts lives, and benefits the IT industry as a whole. Donations allow the transitioning veterans, individuals with disabilities, youth-at-risk and dislocated workers to achieve rewarding careers in IT.

The CompTIA Educational Foundation recognizes that giving to any charitable organization is an important and very personal decision. Here are five reasons you can be confident that your investment in the Foundation is a good one:

  • We make every dollar count
  • We have a proven history of accomplishments
  • We have helped more than 2,500 individuals become trained and certified for employment within the IT industry
  • We work with more than 4,000 secondary and post-secondary schools around the nation
  • We assist hundreds of employers to identify and hire qualified individuals

All current annual gift donors are listed on the Foundation’s Web site and in the Annual Report under their respective gift levels. Additionally, donors are given the right to post the Creating Futures logo on their Web site, so you can show your industry support. All gifts are 100% tax-deductible. Donate an IT career today.

Questions? Let us know how we can help you.
To contact the CompTIA Educational Foundation

Call: (630)678-8300
Fax: (630) 627-2414

The CompTIA Educational Foundation offers several convenient options to make a difference right now. Support can be shown in various ways and no contribution is too small.

Financial and in-kind support can come in the following forms:

  • Monetary gift
  • Donation of classroom/training seating
  • Contribution of training materials
  • Receipt of on-the-job training/internships
  • Consideration of candidates for employment within your organization

Donate by Phone
Call the CompTIA Educational Foundation at (630) 678-8300 and we can take your donation over the phone.

Donate by Mail
Download and print this form to mail your donation to the CompTIA Educational Foundation.

Donate online
Click here to donate online.

Donate by Fax
Download and print this form to fax your donation to the CompTIA Educational Foundation.

Donate Excess Products
Consider donating your organization’s and your client’s used technology, end-of life, returned or excess inventory to the Creating Futures Bids 4 Futures Online Auction. Click here to learn more.

Matching Gifts Programs
Through matching gifts programs, many companies, both small and large, double or even triple individual tax-deductible contributions made by their employees. Check to see if your employer may be one of them! Download and print this form today.

Planned Giving
A planned gift is a thoughtful process that enables you to maximize the personal benefits of your gift, and make a significant impact in the industry where you work and earn a living. A planned gift to the Creating Futures program makes the most of your personal financial goals with the intent to give back to your industry.

Planned gift options include:

Include Creating Futures as a bequest in your will.

Charitable Gift Annuities
Provide fixed payments for the remainder of you and your spouse’s lifetime.

Donate appreciated stock and make a smart, tax-deductible gift to Creating Futures.

Life Insurance
Provide a significant gift in the future by naming Creating Futures as beneficiary to a life insurance policy.

Retirement Assets
Name Creating Futures as a beneficiary of your retirement plan and avoid high income and estate taxes.

Charitable Remainder Trusts
Make a substantial gift to Creating Futures now and receive lifetime payments for yourself or someone else.

If you are interested in discussing any of these planned giving options, please contact:

Dennis Zimmerman
The CompTIA Educational Foundation
1815 S. Meyers Road, Suite 300
Oakbrook Terrace, Il 60181
Phone: (630) 678-8477
Fax: (630) 627-2414

Thank you for your generosity.