Giving at the Emerald & Diamond Level


Author
David Adams & Mary Alice Serafini: Region IV-W Foundation Ambassadors

Published
September 30, 2018


Investing in the NASPA Foundation is one of the many ways to “give back,” model the way and inspire others to give.  When making that investment, the NASPA Foundation has different levels of giving based on a person’s “Giving” during their lifetime.  Two of those levels include the Emerald Club and Diamond Club.  Reaching the Emerald Club level means that a person has invested between $1,000 to $2,999 in the NASPA Foundation.  Reaching the Diamond Club level means that a person has invested between $3,000 to $4,999 in the NASPA Foundation.  The NASPA Foundation website recognizes every person (who gave permission) who gave to the NASPA Foundation and the level they have achieved

When making a commitment to invest at the Emerald or Diamond level, it may seem daunting at first, but when broken down to monthly or yearly payments, it doesn’t seem as challenging.  When donating roughly $21 per month for five years, one can reach the Emerald level and when donating roughly $63 per month for five years, one can reach the Diamond level. 

When making a donation, you’re able to support Innovation Grants, Research Grants, Scholarships, and so much more!  If you choose, you can even direct your gift to support a specific focus area of NASPA such as the Social Justice Fund, various Knowledge Communities or various scholarships.  For more information on donating to the NASPA Foundation, please CLICK HERE or contact your Region IV-W Foundation Ambassadors.

Region IV-W Foundation Ambassadors:

David Adams, [email protected]

Mary Alice Serafini, [email protected]


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