For Radio Amateurs
Amateurs at home are the backbone of The Amateur Foundation. Your support helps dxpeditions help those who need it. Consider donating or volunteering.
Partner with the Amateur Foundation. We provide support to DXPeditions travelling to areas in need of humanitarian, environmental, or other charitable works. Look into our DXPed Tech Package!
The Amateur Foundation can further your charitable efforts through direct aide or pairing you with a DXPedition headed to your location.
While The Amateur Foundation is focused on hams doing good work, we welcome support from all who are looking to further our goals. There are lots of ways to get involved.
Who The Amateur Foundation Is.The Amateur Foundation is a small public charity with with no at-large membership incorporated and granted 501(c)(3) tax-deductible non-profit status in 2016. Our Board of Directors can be reached by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
What The Amateur Foundation Does.The Amateur Foundation was started to enhance charitable efforts by radio amateurs (“ham radio operators”). The Amateur Foundation aims to increase the accessibility of funds and information for humanitarian, education, and charitable purposes to radio amateurs travelling abroad. The Amateur Foundation will steward the promotion of international goodwill both on the airwaves and in all walks of life.
What The Amateur Foundation Has Planned.The Amateur Foundation has some epic stuff planned, including...
100% of you monetary donations go directly to charitable works on DXPeditions.
Donate your time supporting amateur radio. Technical, logistics, piloting, QSL fulfillment, station building, and educational material creation are all welcome methods of supporting The Amateur Foundation with your time.
Support The Amateur Foundation by donating equipment. Your help in building stations in underrepresented regions of the world will leave a lasting impact on the local community as well as the DX community.
E5/N Neil (N5EIL) and Bengt-Erik (K7ADD) will operate from Manihiki Atoll in the North Cook Islands E5/N under the callsign E51AMF from January 11th through February 6th. While the DXPedition will be funded by the ops themselves, The Amateur Foundation is funding efforts to improve computer literacy in education in Rarotonga (South) Cook Islands. For details[…]