Q: WHAT IS THE PENNSYLVANIA FFA FOUNDATION?

A: The Pennsylvania FFA Foundation is a separate non-profit organization that works with businesses, individuals, and organizations that donate funds for FFA programs, events, and scholarships throughout the state for middle and high school students. Pennsylvania FFA Foundation is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit.

Q: HOW IS THE PENNSYLVANIA FFA FOUNDATION CONNECTED TO THE PENNSYLVANIA FFA ASSOCIATION?

A: The Pennsylvania FFA Foundation raises money to support programs and events put on by the Pennsylvania FFA Association, such as state convention, career development events, and scholarships.

Q: WHY SHOULD I SUPPORT Pennsylvania FFA?

A: FFA teaches students valuable life and leadership skills and readies them for their future careers through competitions, workshops, camps, and other programs that are available to Pennsylvania FFA's 13,000+ members.

Q: HOW DO I MAKE A DONATION?

A: You can make a donation by making a check out to the Pennsylvania FFA Foundation and sending it to:

Sarah Sparks-Executive Director
Pennsylvania FFA Foundation 
P.O. Box 157 
East Berlin, PA 17316

Please note which area you would like to donate to (example: Career Development Events, Proficiency Awards, Learning by Doing Grant, General, etc.) Contact Sarah Sparks at (717) 781-5780 or [email protected] if you would like to support a specific event or award.

You can also make a donation online by clicking here.

Q: IS MY DONATION TAX-DEDUCTIBLE?

A: Yes, all donations to the Pennsylvania FFA Foundation are tax-deductible due to our 501 (c) 3 status. You will receive an official receipt from the Pennsylvania FFA Foundation for the tax-deductible portion of your contribution.

Q: ARE THERE OTHER WAYS TO SUPPORT THE PENNSYLVANIA FFA FOUNDATION?

A: Yes, we always need volunteers for fundraising events, individuals to serve on our board of trustees, and individuals to serve as nonvoting committee members.  You can share our social media posts with your friends, family, and colleagues to help spread our message.  To learn more, visit our Ways to Give page.