Help us tell the stories of Dayton’s Innovators. We are creating this new multimedia
web resource for history and education in science and technology, with help from
your tax-deductible contribution to the “Engineers Club of Dayton Foundation - Legacy”.
Click here for a printable form.
How to Contribute to the Foundation
The Foundation can accept gifts of cash, securities, life insurance, retirement assets,
life estates, charitable annuities, bequests, and other planned and deferred giving
options. The board must approve contributions of real estate, personal property or
non-publicly traded securities.
Donations may be made to the Engineers Club of Dayton Foundation, and may be specified
for Club Preservation, Renovation, Maintenance, Education, the Roof Fund or placed
in the General Fund to help Foundation officers allocate or withhold resources as
We welcome individual or corporate giving and are careful to honor any requests for
anonymity. If you plan an anonymous donation, consider sharing the details with us
to help us plan better. At this time there are no electronic giving options, for
added security and peace of mind.
For Club Membership Information, please see the website of the Engineers Club of
Learn about planned giving options and lifetime bequests. A Club or Foundation member
with financial expertise and no vested interests will sit down with you to explain
how planned giving options may result in tax savings and/or income to you. They’ll
be glad to answer any questions clearly and without a sales pitch.
Charles F. Kettering, prolific Dayton inventor and co-founder of the Engineers Club