Purpose

From its Articles of Incorporation (A of I), the purpose of the Ann Campana Judge Foundation is to be operated, on a non-profit basis, exclusively to:

(1) promote, undertake, support and fund philanthropic projects in and relating to developing countries, especially those projects focused on water, health and sanitation. The Foundation will conduct projects on its own, but grants will also be made both to individuals and other non-profit organizations. Philanthropic projects of the following types will be supported by the Foundation:

a) community water supply development, especially those emphasizing relief, training and self-sufficiency;

b) community sanitation/health and related projects;

c) projects designed to foster community-level economic self-sufficiency;

d) other appropriate projects deemed by the Board of Directors to be consistent with the Foundation's nonprofit objectives;

and e) those projects in the aforementioned areas that emphasize student involvement.

(2) to receive and administer funds for charitable, educational and/or scientific purposes within the meaning of Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Such funds may include, but are not limited to, grants, contracts, gifts and bequests from individuals and from for-profit, government and non-profit sources. The ACJF will fulfill its purpose in two different ways:

  1. by funding applicants who are pursuing work that will further ACJF's purpose;
  2. and conducting, on its own, those specific projects designed to further its purpose.

Articles of Incorporation


Send mail to:acjf@acjfoundation.org

A 501(c)(3) Publicly-Supported Foundation (EIN 68-0517949)
A Non-Profit Incorporated in the State of Oregon (Registry Number 537504-94)
Established July 19, 2002