- Donation Letter
A donor submits a written offer explaining the contribution, its value, any cost to the Army and the complete details of any conditions associated with the contribution. This offer is submitted to the installation's Gifts and Donations Coordinator. If the donor has any questions or needs assistance with identifying the applicable installation or organization, please contact the Fort Drum Gifts and Donations Coordinator above.
- Frequently Asked Questions
1. I want to donate to a particular activitiy within Family and MWR (examples: single Soldiers at BOSS, bowling, Child and Youth Services, etc.). How do I do that?
If you are donating to any Family and MWR program or activity, you are donating to Family and MWR first and the condition of your donation is that it go toward a particular activity. Just specify the activity in the "condition" portion of your donation letter (see details above).
2. If my donation is a check to Fort Drum Family and MWR, to whom do I make it out?
3. How long does this take?
The time frame will vary. In most cases, donations must be processed and then run through our Legal department prior to acceptance being granted. This process can take a minimum of two weeks, so please be patient.
4. My company or organization wants to donate and wants publicity regarding this donation.
Army regulation states that gifts and donations will not receive any special privileges or concessions in exchange for donations (AR 215-1 13-14). However, your company could become a sponsor and partner with Family and MWR as part of our Corporate Sponsorship and Advertising Program. These companies are eligible for publicity based on levels of support to our activities and events. Please contact our Sponsorship and Advertising Coordinator for more information.
5. I want to donate, but I still have questions. Who do I contact?
Thank you for considering us! Contact the Gifts and Donations Coordinator through the contact information above.
Thank you for considering a donation to Fort Drum! Gifts and donations can be used in a variety of ways to enhance the quality of life for the Fort Drum community.
Below, we have listed some information on how to get started with your donation. Please note that this web page is in no way a solicitation of a donation. This page is intended to aid those who wish to donate in completing the process.
Find more details in the U.S. Army Regulation 1-100 on the Army Gift Program.