The Go Beyond Foundation is a charitable foundation with a mission to provide funding and support for the local communities where Launch members and employees live and work. The Launch Foundation is a separate, independent legal entity, incorporated in Florida and operated by a Board of Directors comprised of Launch Credit Union employees and directors.
The Launch Foundation funds educational activities that improve the financial well-being and advancement at all educational levels, particularly in the underserved.
To request donations for your project, a proposed program or project should have the following characteristics:
- Charitable purpose (as defined under the current IRS code)
- Program supports the educational needs of children and/or young adults within the areas in which Launch serves
- Program seeks to develop unique and advanced learning techniques
Launch Credit Union and the Go Beyond Foundation participate in several fundraising events each year. The funds raised are distributed to local educational programs and organizations assisting children. Additional support is also provided to local communities in the form of sponsorships including local non-profit charities, and community sponsored events.
How To Become A Member of the Go Beyond Foundation
If you live outside of our Launch Credit Union membership area, and wish to become a member of Launch through the Go Beyond Foundation, you may do so by filling out your information on the Foundation Application form plus make a $10 donation to the Foundation. Click Here for an application to become a member of the Foundation.
If you would like to make a donation by check, make check payable to “Go Beyond Foundation” and mail check and a copy of the completed application to:
GO BEYOND FOUNDATION, Attn: Kelly Haskins
300 S. Plumosa Street
Merritt Island, FL 32952
NOTE: In addition, please send completed application form to both Cathy Russo firstname.lastname@example.org and Kelly Haskins email@example.com
The Go Beyond Foundation does not fund capital campaigns, endowments or other reserve funds, individuals or individual projects, government agencies, individual public or private schools, religious institutions, political causes or candidates, reduction or liquidation of debt, programs that do not fit funding guidelines or grant-making strategy.