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Thank you for deciding to support NAADA by contributing to one of our
enhancement funds. Below you will find links to the submission forms where you
can indicate the amount you are contributing and which fund to support.
NAADA is a registered a 501(c)(3) organization, your donation is
deductible from federal income tax as a charitable donation. Upon
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purposes. Please consult with your tax preparer with questions.
NAADA Legacy Fund » Donate OnlineThe Legacy Fund was established to support the association's educational programs. The spendable earnings from the Legacy Fund will promote and sustain excellence in educational programming at NAADA's Annual Conference; assist NAADA in achieving geographic and institutional diversity for future conference locations; and provide resources for outreach programs.
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Jane Longley-Cook Awards Endowment » Donate OnlineOn March 11, 2003 we lost a dear member of our NAADA family, Jane B. Longley-Cook after a brief struggle with cancer. Jane gave many hours of dedicated, cheerful service to NAADA, serving on the Board of Directors and playing a lead role in establishing the NAADA Awards program. The NAADA Awards Program annually recognizes individuals in the following areas: Outstanding Volunteer, Professional Achievement, Distinguished Service
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Ruby C. McSwain Enhancement Endowment » Donate OnlineThe NAADA Annual Conference Enhancement Endowment and Ruby C. McSwain Outstanding NAADA Philanthropist Award was established in 2001 by a gift of $15,000 by the North Carolina Agricultural Foundation, Inc. made in honor of Mrs. Ruby McSwain, an influential and dedicated North Carolina philanthropist. Mrs. Ruby personally provided an additional $15,000 to the endowment after being so impressed by the NAADA organization, its members and mission.
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