Giving to the NASPA Foundation

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November 4, 2018

Help create a culture of giving back to this amazing profession of ours by supporting students and staff via the NASPA Foundation.  As you consider a contribution to NASPA, think of those who have mentored you along your path and of those students that will serve as the next generation of student development professionals.

The opportunity we have in our roles to witness and support the growth and development of students is a sacred trust that we simply cannot overlook nor take for granted. By contributing to the NASPA Foundation, you help fund scholarships for students and professional staff to expand their knowledge and expertise at NASPA educational and professional development opportunities (Regional Conferences, Annual Conference, institutes, symposia, etc).

There are multiple ways to contribute to NASPA, but with the 100th Anniversary upon us, we are highlighting 2 distinctly unique giving opportunities — the NASPA 100th Anniversary Century Club (which is only available this year) and the Emerald Club. 

  • The Century Club is a one-time only opportunity to honor NASPA's 100th anniversary by contributing a one-time gift of $100 before the end of the 2019 Annual Conference.  Donors will be recognized at the NASPA Annual Conference in Los Angeles.  Regardless of your current or new donor status, be a part of the NASPA 100th Anniversary Century Club!
  • The Emerald Club is an ongoing opportunity that encourages donors to make a commitment of a total of $1,000-2,999 over a 5-year pledge period.  Donors will be honored at the NASPA Annual Conference with a special lapel pin reflecting their commitment to the future of student affairs and development. Pledge payments can be made on a recurring basis either monthly, quarterly, or annually.

To make it as easy as possible, please go online and make your tax-deductible gift now:  If you have questions, please reach out to your Region’s NASPA Foundation Ambassador, a member of the NASPA Foundation Board of Directors, or Lucy Fort, Associate Director, NASPA Foundation ([email protected]).

Thank you for considering a contribution and enhancing the legacy of our profession.

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