NASPA Foundation: Do You Need Funding?


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Region IV-W Foundation Ambassadors: David Adams: [email protected] & Mary Alice Serafini: [email protected]

Published
July 29, 2018


Funding for Research endeavors and graduate student Travel to the IV-West Regional Conference will soon be available.  This is made possible due to Region IV-W meeting and exceeding our NASPA Foundation goals!  In fact, every NASPA region met their Foundation goals for 2017-18.  For Region IV-W, our two goals included reaching 100 donors and $18,000 in total donations.  As of June 27, Region IV-W was able to reach 106 donors and $18,207.17 in total donations.  Congratulations Region IV-W and Thank You to everyone who donated!

As a result of reaching the two goals, the NASPA Foundation will provide Region IV-W with two awards: $500 to support our region’s Research Award and $500 to support Graduate Student Travel to the Regional Conference in Wichita, October 23-25.  Look out for more information on how to apply for these funds.

For anyone who has not had an opportunity to donate, your Foundation Ambassadors, David Adams and Mary Alice Serafini, are here to answer any questions you may have.  There are many reasons you might consider donating to the NASPA Foundation:

  • You’ve become engaged with a Knowledge Community and would like to support their initiatives.
  • You would like to support the Social Justice Fund.
  • You’ve received or know someone who has received one of the many scholarships/grants NASPA has available and would like to give back.

As you can see, when you donate to the NASPA Foundation, you can direct your donation to the areas listed above and/or many more!  All of these reasons and many more make donating to the NASPA Foundation a way to support the Student Affairs profession and positively impact our colleagues in Region IV-W and throughout NASPA’s global reach. For more information on the NASPA Foundation, click here.  For information on how to donate, click here.

Region IV-W Foundation Ambassadors:

David Adams: [email protected]

Mary Alice Serafini: [email protected]


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