Make a tax-deductible donation through NEASF to help defay the cost of training and competition for Yura Min and Alexander Gamelin, representing the Republic of Korea in senior ice dance


  Support Korean Ice Dancers Yura Min & Alex Gamelin

Make a Tax-Deductible Donation Through NEASF

How to Make a
Tax-Deductible Donation
to the MinGamelin Athlete Fund

1. First, download, print, and complete the short NEASF
Form. You must send the completed form along with
your donation check. This will ensure that your donation is
directed correctly to the Team Min Gamelin Athlete Fund.

2. Then make your donation check or money order out to the
NEASF. Please do not write our names anywhere on the
    check.  The team’s name is printed clearly on the Donation

3. Finally, send your check along with the completed NEASF
    Donation Form to:
    New England Amateur Skating Foundation
    P.O. Box 6881 Providence, Rhode Island 02940 U.S.A. 

More About NEASF

What is the New England Amateur Skating Foundation (NEASF)?

NEASF is a tax-exempt organization under section 501(c)(3) of the U.S. Internal Revenue Code. The Foundation was established to assist competitive figure skaters worldwide defray their training and competition expenses. NEASF provides a vehicle for individuals and corporations to make donations generally considered tax-deductible. You can make donations to the general fund or on behalf of specific skaters. The degree to which your donation may be considered tax-deductible depends on your unique tax situation. Large gift and corporate donors may wish to consult their financial advisors to determine their best advantages. Tax advantages, if available outside of the U.S., are based on the tax laws of the country. 

Do Not Let What You Cannot Do
Interfere With What You Can Do.

-John Wooden, They Call Me Coach

Who can donate to Team Min Gamelin through NEASf,and are donations be used?

Individuals, groups, organizations, corporations, and businesses of all sizes can make donations from any country in the world. Donations, must however, be made in U.S. dollars. Monies donated are used to pay the team’s verifiable training and competition related expenses. In general, this includes ice fees, coaching and choreography fees, off-ice training, equipment, costumes, plus competition-related travel and lodging.

What percentage of each donation actually goes to Team Min Gamelin?

Ninety-eight percent (98%). The Foundation keeps two percent (2%) of each donation for the cost of operating the fund.

How will Team Min Gamelin receive money donated on their behalf?

NEASF notifies the team when a donation is made on their behalf. Notification includes the donor’s name, contact information, and the amount of the donation. The team must submit skating and competition invoices for payment directly by NEASF. The Foundation pays the invoices from Min Gamelin designated funds. It also keeps a complete record of all donations and disbursements.

How and when will I receive record of my donation for tax purposes?

The Foundation sends the team a tax receipt for each donation made. The team forwards this receipt to the donor for their tax records. In general, the team forwards the receipt with a letter of appreciation within two weeks of receiving notification from the Foundation.

What can I do if I have further questions?

You can contact NEASF directly for any clarification you may need. Contact Ms. Carol Bennett;