AIR Support and Financials**For AIR's complete financial information, go to www.GuideStar.com or this link: http://www.guidestar.org/organizations/59-3062311/alliance-international-reforestation.aspx
Approximately 97% of AIR’s annual budget is used to implement the projects themselves in Guatemala, as AIR is committed to keeping administrative and fundraising costs at a minimum.
AIR is able to keep costs low by using dedicated and talented volunteers whenever possible—for fundraising, legal questions, design and construction of the Training Center in Chimaltenango, and for construction of many of the fuel-efficient stoves.
Over the years, AIR has received funding from the UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs; The Shared Earth Foundation; Fund for the Next Generation; American Forests; and the British Embassy. In addition, members of Presbyterian Women PCUSA; the Central Florida Presbytery; and six Presbyterian churches (PCUSA) have given invaluable friendship, labor, and financial support to AIR programs.
Finally, AIR receives tax-deductible donations from private donors in the United States who understand the importance of teaching and implementing Sustainable Agriculture worldwide. In developing countries, the best way for the forests to survive is to incorporate farming with trees, using the agro-forestry methods that AIR technicians teach and implement in the farmers’ own fields.
If you are interested in helping AIR by making a tax-deductible donation, please go to the Donate page or simply click the Donate Today button below. Thank you!
Tax-deductible donations may also be made by check, payable to "AIR, Inc." and mailed to the address below; an acknowledgement will be sent to you.
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DIVISION OF CONSUMER SERVICES BY CALLING TOLL-FREE WITHIN THE STATE OF FLORIDA, 1-800-435-7352.
REGISTRATION DOES NOT IMPLY ENDORSEMENT, APPROVAL, OR RECOMMENDATION BY THE STATE OF FLORIDA.
AIR’s complete financial information, including Tax Returns and financial reports from the last three years, have been organized and posted by GuideStar and the Community Foundation of Central Florida.
Our supporters have spoken, and AIR has earned a spot on the 2012 Top-Rated List! Less than 1% of eligible nonprofits won a place on the 2012 Top-Rated List. Thanks to everyone who wrote accolades~
AIR’s professional technicians work simultaneously in several communities, visiting with them weekly over a five-year period. After five years, the group members proudly receive a “graduation certificate” for their success in sustainable farming and reforestation. Unlike other organizations that fail at hasty reforestation efforts, AIR has a model that works for the long term! In June, when we return with volunteers, those little trees will be big enough to transplant to the mountain slopes—we can’t wait!
Everything we do is funded by generous donors like you.
Alliance for International Reforestation (AIR)4514 Chamblee Dunwoody Rd. - Unit #496Atlanta, GA 30338
AIR's mission is to implement educational programs and agro-forestry methods in Central America in order to
Since 1993, AIR has trained over 2,000 farmers, constructed over 750 fuel-efficient stoves, provided 18 high school scholarships to rural teenagers, established hundreds of tree nurseries and planted over 3.7 million trees!