FC Cincinnati Foundation Unveils Philanthropic Membership Club
CINCINNATI - The FC Cincinnati Foundation has unveiled one of its new signature philanthropy programs, the Membership Club.
The Membership Club provides the FC Cincinnati community a direct means to support the FC Cincinnati Foundation's work that impacts positive change in the region's underserved communities.
The Membership Club provides two levels of support to get involved: The Steward Level and the Supporter Level.
Fans who contribute at either level this year will receive:
One specially designed FC Cincinnati Foundation scarf
One 2019 insignia pin
Exclusive benefit offerings at FC Cincinnati Foundation events, including the FCC3 and the new end-of-season awards gala
Additional special-event pins when they attend FCCF events, and for each year they remain involved in the Membership Club
Steward Level members can join for a $1,000 annual donation, $800 of which is tax deductible. In addition to the general membership benefits listed above, Steward Level donors will also receive invitations to two additional special events during the year: an exclusive reception with club leadership and a VIP Match Day experience at one home game during the season.
Supporter Level members can join for a $250 annual donation, $200 of which is tax deductible.
For more information or to join the Membership Club, visit fccincinnati.com/foundationmembership.
What the Membership Club Supports
The Membership Club will support the FC Cincinnati Foundation's mission to improve the lives of children through soccer.
To achieve these goals, the Foundation offers an ambitious and engaging slate of programming that includes the School Club Ambassador Program, Soccer for Success (in partnership with the U.S. Soccer Foundation), Learning is Cool, the West End Pride Soccer Team and Mini Pitch builds in the Greater Cincinnati area.
The FC Cincinnati Foundation also provides grants to support community-building initiatives in Cincinnati's West End community and to not-for-profit organizations with aligned missions.
In 2019, the Foundation's efforts will have a direct impact on more than 35,000 Cincinnati-area children.
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