Visit our thank you pages and see the gifts in honor and memory of special people.

 

 

Over the last sixteen years...

 

we have thrived on the gifts and the blessings we have received.   We have stretched every precious dollar, creating relationships and in-kind partnerships.  Baylor University has been key to our success, setting up and maintaining our gift accounts.

 

We have had several small grants and several "Above and Beyond" gifts, for which we are so grateful.  Just as important are the individual contributions-- those in honor or in memory of a WASP or treasured loved one.

 

Online:

 


You can give immediately online by clicking on the Baylor University Development link.  This link opens a page with a check box.  Make sure it says "Wings Across America and then type in your information.  It is easy, it is instant and it is secure.

 

 

 

Planned Giving

 

 

Assistant Vice President for Gift Planning, Larry Smith can gently guide you through the options for charitable estate planning.  This option is a wonderful way to make a difference  the ongoing mission of Wings Across  America through your will, trust, insurance policy, retirement plan, annuity or other plan.

 

To learn more about planned giving, please contact Larry Smith at 254-710-2561  or email Larry_Smith@baylor.edu.

 

 

 

By Mail

 

 

Should you wish to send in a donation via US Mail, you can click the link to download the Wings Across America pdf form and send it, along with your donation to:
        Wings Across America

        1620 South Ninth Street

        Waco, Texas 76706

 

 

By Phone

 

 

Baylor University Development 1-800-BAYLOR U   option #4

    Please mention Wings Across America

 

 

For questions about our project, please call or email.

We'd be happy to talk with you .

Nancy Parrish, Executive Director & Site Creator

254-307-2717  |   fax  866-275-4064

Wings Across America  |  1620 South Ninth Street  Waco, Texas 76710

email-info@wingsacrossamerica.org

Wings Across America is a non profit, 501 c3  project at Baylor University