|The Danube Swabian Foundation of the U.S.A., Inc.
Die Donauschwaebische Stiftung der USA, Inc.
|PURPOSES OF THE DANUBE-SWABIAN FOUNDATION
|To foster, support and encourage the preservation of the customs, traditions, literature, culture and
history of the Danube-Swabian people (Germanic people of Southeastern Europe).
To encourage the pursuit of studies in the German language, in the history, culture, literature, music
and folklore of the Danube-Swabian people.
To provide food, shelter, clothing and other assistance to the Danube-Swabian people in dire need
of help caused by war, Acts of God, or other disaster. To foster and encourage the participation of
the Danube-Swabian youth in amateur athletic competition at the national and international level.
|The Danube-Swabian Foundation was founded by the Danube-Swabian Association in 1982 to
provide financial support for the educational activities of all associated organizations and other
The Danube-Swabian Foundation is a non profit organization which in the past has awarded
scholarships for excellent academic achievement and for selected studies consistent with the
purposes of the Foundation.
The Officers and Directors of the Danube-Swabian Foundation are elected and serve on a
voluntary basis in supporting literary research and publishing activities of qualified persons
furthering the purposes of the Foundation.
The Danube-Swabian Foundation solicits donations and promotes fund raisers for its activities as
well as maintains a center for collection and disbursement of funds and material support for the
distribution of aid to the Danube-Swabian people who are in dire need of help.
The Danube-Swabian Foundation is active from coast to coast in providing financial and moral
support for our Danube-Swabian youth to enable them to participate in national and international
amateur athletic competition.
The Danube-Swabian Foundation's long-range goal is to establish and maintain a national
Danube-Swabian Cultural Center in the United States.
|The Danube-Swabian Foundation is incorporated in the State of Wisconsin and organized
exclusively for charitable, religious, educational and scientific purposes under Section 501 (c)(3) of
the Internal Revenue code.
The Foundation is governed by the Board of Directors which includes activity chairmen dedicated
to specific tasks. Thanks to the generous donations being received from various sources, the
Danube-Swabian Foundation has had an outstanding record of financial support and assistance of
German language schools, Dance groups, Sports Tournaments, Travel groups, Youth and
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|The Danube-Swabian Foundation of the USA, Inc.
|6601 Edwood Ave.
|Cincinnati, OH 45224