First off, thank you for considering Warm Winds to participate in your cause
Warm Winds is actively involved in supporting the local community as well as raising awareness for the protection of the coastal environment by donating and supporting local charities and non-profit organizations.
We receive a high volume of requests for donations, so we need to be selective in the support that we can provide. For that reason, we want to get to know your non-profit!
To seek a donation, please fill out the below form with a description of the organization, a written request for donation, and a copy of your IRS tax letter with your 501 (c) (3) status. Please allow a minimum of 10 business days for donation requests to be processed. We unfortunately cannot accept donation requests that fall within 10 days of the fundraising event.
When it comes to choosing which organizations that we support, we typically look for the following:
Causes that support the youth, the local community, and the ocean environment.
Organizations that are willing to link directly to www.warmwinds.com
Marketing material for the cause that we can share on our end.
Email and/or social media mentions.
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In the last few years, Warm Winds has supported the following organizations:
Grandchamp Gold Tournament: A tournament to benefit the Grandchamp family as they work through the death of Sue Grandchamp, and the health problems suffered by Wayne "Gator" Grandchamp.
Save the Bay: a independent, member-supported nonprofit organization which started as a grassroots organization in 1970 dedicated to cleaning up and improving Narragansett Bay. Visit their site to get involved in some of their many volunteer activities around the state of RI.
The Johnny Cake Center of Peace Dale: a non-profit dedicated to improving the quality of life for individuals and families by providing assistance to those in need of food, clothing, and household items.
The Narragansett Lions Club: a local organization supporting community projects, sports teams, senior associations, and youth clubs as well as providing assistance to social service organizations in South County.
The Narrow River Preservation Association: a non-profit organization working to preserve, protect, and restore the natural environment and the quality of life for all communities within the Narrow River Estuary and Watershed.