Donor Form & Information

CLICK HERE to download an OAEA donation form

Mail donations to:
Old Antarctic Explorers Association
3104 Deepspring Drive,
Chesapeake VA 23321.

  • Be sure to make your check payable to the OAEA and indicate what the donation is to be used for, or you may download and submit a Donor Form with your donation.
  • The Old Antarctic Explorers Association, Inc. is a tax exempt charitable organization chartered under U. S. Code 501(c)3 and is dedicated to:
  • Perpetuating the memory of the Antarctic Experience and preserving the history of U. S. Navy involvement in Antarctica and to establish public awareness of our group.
  • Uniting all Antarctic Explorers, and other interested persons, in sharing the Antarctic Experience and perpetuating the memory of U.S. involvement in Antarctica.
  • The benevolent, education, recreation and general welfare of the Antarctic Explorers, their families and friends who participated in, shared, or have an interest in the Antarctic Experience.

CLICK HERE to download an AOEA donation form

Mail donations to:
Old Antarctic Explorers Association
3104 Deepspring Drive,
Chesapeake VA 23321.


DONATION AWARD LEVELS

  • In early 2003, this matter was a topic of discussion by the OAEA Board of Directors but never reached finalization. Throughout 2003, numerous steps were taken to promote the OAE Educational Foundation and solicitations for donations to this fund have now been publicized and donations are being received. Acceptance of designated levels will not only serve to recognize donors but also promote incentive for additional donations.
  • It should be noted that the Donation Award Levels outlined below apply to all donations made to the OAEA for whatever purpose(s).
  • The OAEA BOD have agreed on the below award levels. The $10,000.00 level to be named after the first donor to reach this level and could entice corporate donations. The three Adelie levels match the ascending order for multiple award levels of the Antarctic Service Medal (ASM) with Winter-Over devices.
  • Little Blue Penguin Club First 100 $50.00 Donors
  • Bronze Adelie Club $100.00
  • Gold Adelie Club $500.00
  • Silver Adelie Club $1,000.00
  • Emperor Club $5,000.00
  • * Club $10,000.00
    *To be named after the first donor to reach this level
  • The OAEA Database Manager will keep records to indicate cumulative growth of a donor to the next level. As levels are reached, the Database Manager will provide this information to the OAEA Secretary. When a donor reaches the $500.00 level the Secretary will provide he or she with a framed certificate and when the donor reaches the $1,000.00 level he or she will receive a plaque. The Database Manager will also provide the information to the OAEA Webmaster/Gazette Editor for posting and publication.
  • Certificates will be mailed in a frame to the donor. Plaques will be made up at a local vendor and contain OAEA logo and appropriate wording and donor name. If possible, the plaques may be presented to the donor by an officer of the OAEA or at a reunion or regional chapter/group meeting if appropriate timing, otherwise they will also be mailed out.
  • All donations are tax exempt however, IAW the provisions of federal law the OAEA will NOT provide the donor with a receipt. Your cancelled check will serve as your receipt.
  • It is hoped that by advertising that the Bronze, Gold, and Silver recognition levels follow the award levels of the ASM might spark some competitive challenge pledges from members who earned winter-over awards, and multiple winter-over awards of the ASM. Knowing what the recognition levels represent might even generate some interest from potential corporate donors.
  • As of 19 October 2008 the following donors have reached the award levels indicated.

♦ Little Blue Penguin Club
Anderson, Stuart & Audrey
Baker, Ashlee Florence
Baker, Billy-Ace
Baker, Jamie
Baker, Sean
Baker, Tracey
Biery, Roger W.
Blackwelder, Billy
Blewett, Thomas
Bolt, Ron
Boyer, Robert E.
Bracken, Harold
Brow, Robert
Buehler, Cyril
Cabrera, Quirino “Chico”
Callender, Gordon W.
Capozzoli, Albert A.
Cockrill, Millard “Dale”
Conklin, Harold
Cordes, Fauno
Cunningham, Clair
Damvelt, Karen
Debacker, Ann
DeLeon, Emilio
Dempsey, William B.
Dieckhoff, Charlotte M.
Diller, Marty & Bev
Dostal, W. “Dusty” A.
Dryfoose, Buz & Sam
DuBeau, Earl
Dunn, Thomas
Epperly, Robert
Eubanks, Paul
Faulhaber, Robert
Gerrish, Samuel
Gillich, Pete
Giro, John
Giro, Mary
Hall, Richard M.
Halpern, Barry
Hartman, Susan M.
Helfrich, Carl & Barbara
Henley, Elizabeth
Henley, Joseph
Herman, Andrew “Tony”
Higdon, John
Hilt, John W.
Hood, Elaine
Hutchinson-Sabbatini, Kristan
Jernigan, Laura
Klinger, Gerald
Konrad, Kerry
Konrad, Robert
Konrad, Robert Keith
Konrad, Bradley
Landy, James
Landy Pam
Lightsey, Elvin
Lindberg, Arthur
Lippka, Ray E.
Loftus, Leo G.
Morris, Marion
Morton, John E.
Moulder, Evelyn
Munson, Evelyn
Northrup, David
OAEA Communicator Group
OAEA Gulf Coast Group Chapter
OAEA-New England Chapter
OAEA 2006 Reunion Committee
O’Neal, Jerry
Owler, Robert
Phillips, Elmer F.
Rubin, Harry
Sheets, Martha
Snow, Laura
Snyder, Mary Margaret
Spaulding, Dick
Spencer, Erwin
Spindler, Bill
Splain, Vincent
Startz, Donna
Taylor, William
Toney, Philip
Tri Star Engineering, Inc.
VX/VXE-6 Para-Rescus Team
Werner, Alexander
West, John Lamont
Whitehead, Eugene
Wick, Howard “Guhor” J.
Wilson, Gwendolyn
Wilson, John “Moon”
Yow, Maxine V.
♦ Bronze Adelie Club
Baker, Ashlee F.
Baker, Jamie
Baker, Sean
Baker, Tracey
Biery, Roger W.
Bolt, Ron
Boyer, Robert E.
Bracken, Harold
Buehler, Cyril
Cabrera, Quirino “Chico”
Capozzoli, Albert A.
Conklin, Harold
Diller, Marty & Bev
Dostal, W. “Dusty” A.
Dunn, Thomas
Epperly, Robert
Giro, John
Giro, Mary
Hall, Richard M.
Halpern, Barry
Henley, Elizabth
Henley, Joseph
Higdon, John
Jernigan, Laura
Konrad, Bradley, N.C.
Konrad, Kerry
Konrad, Robert D.
Konrad, Robert K. A.
Landy, James
Landy Pam
Lindberg, Arthur
Morton, John E.
Munson, Evelyn
O’Neal, Jerry
Owler,Robert
Phillips, Elmer F.
Snow, Laura
Snyder, Mary Margaret
Spaulding, Richard
Spencer, Erwin
Splain, Vincent
Startz, Donna
Taylor, William
Toney, Philip
Wermer, Alexander
Whitehead, Eugene
Yow, Maxine
♦ Gold Adelie Club
Cordes, Fauno
Herman, Andrew “Tony”

♦ Silver Adelie Club
Baker, Billy-Ace
Biery, Roger
OAEA 2006 Reunion Committee
VX/VXE-6 Para-Rescue Team
♦ Emperor Club
OAEA Communicator Group
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