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Why Donate

Your Support of AAUW Provides: 

  • Scholarships to graduating female high school students: many who are the 1 st generation to pursue higher education.

  • Tuition for a week-long STEM (Tech Trek) camp held at UC Davis for girls in middle school.

  • Sierra College scholarships for re-entry women returning to college.

  • Speech contest (Speech Trek) awards for high school girls and boys.

Donations are deductible from state and federal taxes as allowed by law.

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Donate By Check

If you would like to donate by mail, please make a check payable to AAUW RSP.


Our mailing address is:

PO BOX 1174

Lincoln, CA 95648

Planned/Legacy Giving

Your legacy reflects what is important and meaningful to you, and serves as an inspiration to your loved ones and your community.

Please consult your financial advisor about the following ways to design a planned giving strategy:

  • Charitable Remainder Trust

  • Will or Living Trust

  • IRS Required Minimum Distribution

  • Life Insurance

  • Bequests

IRS Required Minimum Distribution

The IRA charitable rollover is an excellent way for you to support the AAUW RSP and manage your charitable giving. It can help you lower your income and reduce your taxes.

Speak with your IRA administrator for assistance with making an IRA charitable

rollover gift.

Company Giving / Matching Programs

Designate AAUW RSP for your Employee Giving! Each company is unique and provides various giving options for employees. Ask your employer how you can give a monthly donation through your paycheck!

Other Ways to Give

"I want to express my heartfelt gratitude for selecting me as the recipient of the AAUW Roseville South Placer Branch Scholarship. I am truly honored and grateful for your generous support. As a re-entry woman studying English at Sierra College, this scholarship holds immense significance for me. It provides essential financial assistance and serves as a validation of my efforts, motivating me to pursue my educational goals."

~ Lin, 2023 Sierra College Scholarship Recipient

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