Invest in the Future of HR
SHRM Foundation Annual Campaign
The SHRM Foundation is a nonprofit affiliate of the Society
for Human Resource Management. The Foundation advances
and supports the human resource profession through research
grants, scholarships and innovative educational products.
Reports that make research findings and best practices easily accessible to HR practitioners. The Foundation’s Effective Practice Guidelines series condenses research findings on a specific HR topic into a concise and easy-to-read format. Real-world case studies of companies that align HR strategy with corporate business objectives. The Foundation’s educational DVDs are ideal for use in classrooms, professional development sessions or chapter programming.
Your charitable contribution supports
Leading funder of HR research grants. The Foundation provides multi-year funding for high-impact, original HR research that advances the knowledge base of the profession. This research has practical applications for HR practice—publication in journals, magazines and textbooks, presentations at conferences,
certification exam questions and more.
More than 125 scholarships and awards. Each year, the Foundation provides more than $150,000 in support to individuals who are pursuing college degrees or professional certification. Two scholarship programs are available—one for full-time students and one for working professionals.
Donor Recognition Levels
Your donation of $25 or more will be recognized in the SHRM Foundation’s annual “Honor Roll” report.
Chair’s Circle ($2,500+) • CEO’s Circle ($1,000–$2,499) • President’s Circle
($500–$999) • Vice President’s Circle ($250–$499) • Director’s Circle
($100–$249) • Manager’s Circle ($50–$99) • Professional’s Circle ($25–$49)
“After a long career in HR, I donate to the Foundation so that HR professionals everywhere can benefit from the Foundation’s important work.”
Teresa Vaughn, SPHR
VP, Human Resources
Bunch & Associates
“Supporting the SHRM Foundation makes sense to me. Educating the next generation of future HR leaders is important to ensure the future of our profession.”
Faith Stipanovich, PHR
Controller’s Office – Allegheny County
“I support the SHRM Foundation financially because it is important to me to give back to the profession that has given so much to me.”
Sheila M. Fetner, PHR
Director, Human Resources
Childress Klein Properties, Inc.
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Join us in supporting the important work of the Foundation today. Your financial commitment is vital to ensure the SHRM Foundation continues its tradition of advancing the HR profession and enhancing the effectiveness of HR professionals.
Become a donor to the SHRM Foundation’s Annual Campaign. The SHRM Foundation is committed to supporting HR professionals through research grants, scholarships and educational products. We are grateful for the generous support of individuals, chapters, state councils, companies and others in the HR community that participate in our Annual Campaign. Your charitable contributions have helped us to: Fund $750,000 in research grants in 2008. In the past decade, the Foundation has awarded more than $2.3 million in research grants.
- Provide more than $170,000 in scholarships and awards, including a new program for students. Produce new educational titles in the Effective Practice Guidelines reports and DVD series.
For more information, visit www.shrm.org/foundation. Read summaries of funded research, learn how to apply for a scholarship and download your free reports. Your financial support is vital to ensure that the SHRM Foundation can continue this important work in 2009. Donate today. Help the SHRM Foundation invest in the future of HR.
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|Colorado State SHRM Council SHRM Foundation Director:
Foundation Director- Shelly Williams