We are pleased to recognize major gifts to the ASAE Foundation.
Whiteford, Taylor & Preston
In collaboration with the ASAE Foundation and Green Seal, Whiteford, Taylor & Preston has generously provided support for a program through which the ASAE Foundation will award up to 15 grants for workplace sustainability reviews. ASAE member associations of any size in the Washington, DC area are eligible to apply. The onsite visit and resulting report of recommendations for each winning organization will be conducted by Green Seal, an environmental nonprofit that sets environmental leadership standards for products and services. Learn more about the program and application process.
ASAE Foundation will collaborate with MCI on a multi-year, multi-phase research initiative to study associations' strategy and global operations. Through MCIs generous support, we will be able to gain a richer understanding of the global strategic approach and operating environment of US-based associations, such that the association community may obtain the tools and resources needed to explore and cultivate businesses in emerging global markets. For details about the research initiative, please contact email@example.com.
Cincinnati Society of Association Executives
Created through a legacy major gift by the Cincinnati Society of Association Executives, the ASAE Foundation launched a 10-year ASAE Annual Meeting & Exposition scholarship program for association executives living or working in the greater Cincinnati area. The ASAE Foundation will offer up to five scholarships for conference registration to the ASAE Annual Meeting & Exposition each year. Deadline to submit applications to be considered for the 2013 Annual Meeting was May 1st. For information on how to apply for a future scholarship, please contact ASAEFoundation@asaecenter.org.
Through the generosity of the SunTrust Foundation, the ASAE Foundation is able to provide grants for the Innovation Grant Program (IGP). To find out more about the IGP and the 2012 winners, please go to www.asaecenter.org/igp (hyperlink). The IGP launched in 2012 to support innovation exploration, development, and raise awareness about the innovation efforts within the association community. For details on how to apply for future IGP grants, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Individuals and corporations can donate specifically towards the IGP program.
If you would like to donate a legacy or major gift, please contact Stephen E. Peeler, Vice President of Development, at email@example.com.