Empowering Your Organization and Attendees to Invest in Austin Through Your Conference
These are local Austin nonprofits that could potentially receive funding from Convention attendees, funneling money back into the city!
We believe that all kids deserve the opportunity to go to camp. Our camps provide a safe and fun environment for kids to be themselves. We create intentional community, rooted in compassion, that inspires campers to be wildly creative and enjoy everything nature has to offer!
The Settlement Home for Children (The Home) is a licensed nonprofit organization that serves individuals who have experienced severe emotional trauma, abuse and neglect. We provide 24-hour care to help children in foster care access the materials and support they need to restore and preserve a permanent sense of well-being.
Austin Clubhouse exists to provide acceptance and empowerment so adults living with mental health diagnoses can pursue personal goals and play a meaningful role as co-workers, colleagues, family members, neighbors and friends.
We envision a future where Central Texas is among the most sustainable, equitable food systems in the nation. Here, regenerative farms have all the support they need to produce and sell their products to a community where high-demand for their food exists.
E4 Youth uses the arts, sciences, and technology to help youth find and pursue pathways to successful careers in the creative economy through hands-on training, active mentorship, and exposure to real-world opportunities. For more than a decade, E4 Youth has helped thousands of youth ages 16 – 22 learn to Engage, Educate, Employ and Empower themselves.
The mission of Austin Zoo is to assist animals in need through rescue, conservation, and education. At our zoo, children and adults alike can appreciate our Hill Country setting and enjoy an up-close experience with our animals.
What are the Admin & Operational Costs?
Admin and operational costs include Credit Card Fees,
Receipting, System Maintenance, Web Hosting, Grant Administration,
Project Vetting, Merchant costs, Administrative Support, etc.
How are the Funds Managed?
Legacy Collective has established a Donor Advised Fund with Pure Charity (a nonprofit organization) that will assist in the financial accountability, grant administration, and financial reporting. All Legacy Collective members will have visibility to the disbursement of grants and special project funds via their Member Dashboard, and Legacy Collective will produce an Annual Report reporting financial activity.
Legacy Collective is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Our tax identification number is 87-1730864. You can find us on Guidestar here