Ways to Give
The 1928 Society is a statewide individual giving campaign that asks donors to commit to a $1,928 gift given over one, two, or three years. “1928 Society” is named in honor of the year when FFA was founded.
Rising Sun – a pledge to give $1928 annually
- $1928 Annually
- $964 Semi-Annually
- $482 Quarterly
- $160.67 Monthly
Plow – a pledge to give $1928 over two years
- $964 Annually
- $482 Semi-annually
- $241 Quarterly
- $80.33 Monthly
Ear of Corn – a pledge to give $1928 over three years
- $642.67 Annually
- $321.33 Semi-annually
- $160.67 Quarterly
- $53.55 Monthly
Farm for FFA
The Farm for FFA program connects production agriculture, one of the most important aspects of the Agriculture industry, to the FFA and Agricultural Education. The farms and ranches that make up the Farm for FFA program provide guidance, influence, and leadership, in addition to financial support.
A pledge to become a Farm for FFA means that for the next three years a farm or ranch commits to contribute $2,000 each year.
The Oregon FFA Foundation partners with businesses who give annually to further educational opportunities for FFA members. Sponsorship of Oregon FFA provides corporate supporters the unique opportunity to develop brand affinity, recruit future employees, support a cause and help ensure the future of the agricultural industry.
Contact Betsy@oregonffa.com to learn more about our sponsor benefits.
Legacy gifts are important to us, please consider us in your estate plans. If you have already provided for us, please let us know! We’d like to welcome you into our Legacy Society.
Are you 70.5 or older? Do you have a traditional IRA?
If you answered yes to both questions, there’s a smarter way for you to give and save on your tax bill: make a gift to Oregon FFA directly from your IRA, known as Qualified Charitable Distribution (QCD) and give a powerful gift to support youth leadership through Agricultural Education.
The Impact Of Your Support
Participation in FFA improves members high school graduation rates and increases the earning potential of young people. Our member’s learn the technical skills they need to go to work, or to go on for further training. FFA members develop life and people skills that set them apart in the workforce. Your support helps Oregon FFA members develop premier leadership, experience personal growth, and prepare for career success.
Where our food comes from is part of what 11,000 FFA members learn in their agriculture science classes. FFA members participate in activities such as growing gardens to support local food banks and starting their own produce businesses. Members have sold shares of a steer, hog or lamb to friends and neighbors. Our Parliamentary Procedure teams and Extemporaneous Speaking events feature topics about import regulations and international trade policies and their effect on both farmers and consumers. Supporting Oregon FFA means supporting young entrepreneurs and informed and engaged young people.
Career Development Events
What FFA Members Say
Without FFA I would not be the person I am today, and for that reason I will never be able to thank the organization enough. The day that I have to hang up my jacket for the last time, will be one of the hardest days of life. However, I know I will be prepared to enter the world because of the help from this organization. So, thank you Oregon FFA for the experience you have given me the last four years.
North Marion FFA Chapter
The FFA has impacted my life in ways that words will never be able to properly record. Like the plants that sprout from the soil by the hands of the farmer, the FFA has helped me to grow. Grow into a decent, polite, outgoing, fun, loving person willing to take on challenges and help anyone in need. The FFA has impacted my life, by giving me reason. Reason to better myself, and reason to better those around me.
South Umpqua FFA