The Civil Air Patrol Foundation was created to promote and provide direct financial support to the programs and missions of Civil Air Patrol.  It was also created to provide scholarships and assistance to cadets, teachers, and members who are actively involved in helping make their local communities a better place to live and work in.

With more than 61,000 members nationwide, CAP performs 90 percent of continental U.S. search and rescue missions and has been credited with saving, on average, about 100 lives every year.  CAP volunteers perform homeland security, disaster relief missions, play a leading role in aerospace education, and serve as mentors to the over 26,000 young people currently participating in CAP cadet programs. CAP members have been performing missions for America since 1941 -- 70 years of service.

The CAP Foundation is a 501(c)(3) organization and your gift is deductible to the full extent of the law.   Please select one of the options below to support the Civil Air Patrol Foundation. 

General Donation

Select this option to make a secure online general contribution to the Civil Air Patrol Foundation.  Your donation will be used where it is needed most within the foundation.  If you prefer, you may mail your donation to: 

Civil Air Patrol Foundation

105 S. Hansell Street

Maxwell AFB, Al 36112 


Endowments are a great way to invest into the

Civil Air Patrol Foundation.  An endowment is a

fund made up of a financial gift that can earn income

to support a specific interest or activity within

Civil Air Patrol.  For more information on how you

can set up an endowment, please contact us .



Your bequest can help provide resources for future generations of CAP members.  Your gift to the Civil Air Patrol Foundation can be a cash donation, a percentage of the remainder of your estate, or stocks or property.  To set up your planned giving today, please contact us.

CAP Foundation
105 S Hansell St
Maxwell AFB, Al 36112
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