The ATS Foundation is committed to developing and implementing fundraising activities in a manner consistent with the highest moral and ethical standards of philanthropy. We adhere to the Association of Fundraising Professionals’ (AFP) Donor Bill of Rights in recognition of the importance of independent advice for the donor, and truth in advertising in communicating with donors.
The ATS Foundation Board of Trustees and ATS Foundation staff are available to meet with prospective donors and their financial advisors, without obligation to discuss areas of interest, the plans of the ATS Foundation, types of gift commitments, options for payment, and estate planning so as to provide assistance to all interested in the mission of the ATS Foundation and the ATS.
All information concerning donors and prospective donors will be held in the strictest confidence by the ATS Foundation staff and authorized volunteers and trustees. No public announcement will be released or published without the written permission from the donor.
The ATS Foundation is committed to transparency and is a participant in the GuideStar Exchange at the Gold Level.
The ATS Foundation, Inc. is 501(c)(3) charitable organization.
The ATS supports the ATS Foundation’s administrative expenses, assuring that every dollar contributed goes directly to support programs.