ACPA Foundation

About This Organization

Founded in 1994 during the presidency of Charles Schroeder, the purpose of the ACPA Educational Leadership Foundation (501c3 non-profit organization) is “to enhance the student affairs profession and to generate and disseminate knowledge of college students at all levels within higher education” (Article Three of the Articles of Incorporation). The organization is now known as the ACPA Foundation to more concisely communicate its role as the fundraising arm of ACPA College Student Educators International.

The Mission - The ACPA Foundation exists to support the priorities and activities of ACPA by raising funds and developing resources that help the Association fulfill its mission. 

The Vision - The ACPA Foundation will develop sufficient assets to effectively and sustainably fund ACPA’s efforts to provide excellent professional development opportunities to members, advance knowledge in the field, and support the transformative effect of education in the lives of college students.

In order to fulfill its purpose and mission, the Foundation invites members and non-members alike to provide philanthropic support for ACPA's vital initiatives involving research, scholarship, professional development and leadership program.

Campaigns

2020 #PANningCampaign
2020 #PANningCampaign
Campaign
The Pan African Network (PAN) is deeply committed to investing in our members and community by providing financial assistance toward conv...
$27 raised
0
Commission for Social Justice Educators Fundraising Campaign
Commission for Social Justice Educators Fundraising Campaign
Campaign
The Commission for Social Justice Education is seeking to expand its fiscal resources outside of our annual budget requests to better sup...
$482 raised (23%)
6
Latinx 30 for 30
Latinx 30 for 30
Campaign
The Latin@/x Network continues to provide a variety of professional development opportunities for its members by sponsoring Latin@/x focu...
$0 raised
0
Asian Pacific American Network
Asian Pacific American Network
Campaign
The Asian Pacific American Network asks you to donate to their campaign.
$0 raised
0
Annuit Coeptis
Annuit Coeptis
Campaign
The Annuit Coeptis Awards were created in 1979 by ACPA to celebrate the lives of Philip A. Tripp, Ursula Delworth, and Cynthia Johnson wh...
$2,118 raised
3
$15 for 15 Years of MRN
$15 for 15 Years of MRN
Campaign
This year is MRN’s 15th Anniversary at our convention in Houston, TX and we are collecting donations for the first time to fund the follo...
$343 raised (22%)
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  1. An anonymous donation of $26.81 has been made
    3 days ago · Like
  2. Bradley Shaw
    Bradley Shaw gave a $1,000 donation
    foundation trustee dues
    9 days ago · Like
  3. Jonathan Poullard
    Jonathan Poullard gave a $787.27 donation
    These funds should be used for the Foundation's General Fund to be used at the discretion of the Trustee Board of Directors.
    10 days ago · Like
  4. Jonathan Poullard
    Jonathan Poullard gave a $839.74 donation
    These funds should be sent to the Coalition for Graduate Students and New Professionals to be used for scholarships to the 2020 ACPA Convention
    10 days ago · Like
  5. Jonathan Poullard
    Jonathan Poullard gave a $262.63 donation
    These funds should be used for the Annuit Coeptis Program
    10 days ago · Like
  6. Ellen Broido
    Ellen Broido gave a $210.16 donation to Annuit Coeptis
    $210.16 to Annuit Coeptis
    The Annuit Coeptis Awards were created in 1979 by ACPA to celebrate the lives of Philip A. Tripp, Ursula Delworth, and Cynthia Johnson who dearly loved to challenge their contemporary and junior co...
    15 days ago · Like
  7. Amanda Laskowski
    Amanda Laskowski gave a $10.79 donation
    Rachel and I were teammates and colleagues as RDs at the beginning of our professional careers. She raises the bar of excellence and inspires others around her to rise to the occasion, but in an extremely supportive way. Hands down one of the hardest working colleagues I’ve had. So well deserved, congrats Rach! I miss being on your team!
    22 days ago · Like
  8. Matthew Unger gave a $262.63 donation
    For a great ICA 2019!
    29 days ago · Like
  9. Point Park University
    Point Park University gave a $1,049.60 donation
    Foundation Dues
    about 1 month ago · Like
  10. An anonymous donation of $26.81 has been made
    about 1 month ago · Like
  11. Renee Kashawlic
    Renee Kashawlic gave a $10.79 donation
    First Gen. ICA2019
    about 1 month ago · Like
  12. Dallas Bauman
    Dallas Bauman gave a $500 donation
    about 1 month ago · Like
  13. Keith Humphrey
    Keith Humphrey gave a $1,000 donation
    about 1 month ago · Like
  14. An anonymous donation of $26.53 has been made
    #PANNEXTUP
    about 2 months ago · Like
  15. An anonymous donation of $26.81 has been made
    2 months ago · Like
  16. An anonymous donation of $26.81 has been made
    3 months ago · Like
  17. Paul Oliaro
    Paul Oliaro gave a $1,000 donation
    One of three payments over three years solicited by Keith Humphrey
    3 months ago · Like
  18. An anonymous donation of $26.81 has been made
    4 months ago · Like
  19. William A Bryan
    William A Bryan gave a $400 donation
    5 months ago · Like
  20. An anonymous donation of $26.81 has been made
    5 months ago · Like
  21. An anonymous donation of $88.70 has been made
    6 months ago · Like
  22. An anonymous donation of $26.81 has been made
    6 months ago · Like
  23. An anonymous donation of $88.70 has been made
    7 months ago · Like
  24. ACPA Foundation
    ACPA Foundation has created a Campaign MultiRacial Network
    MultiRacial Network
    Fundraising Campaign for MultiRacial Network.
    7 months ago · Like
  25. An anonymous donation of $26.81 has been made
    7 months ago · Like
  26. Joseph Cooper
    Joseph Cooper gave a $52.76 donation
    8 months ago · Like
  27. An anonymous donation of $88.70 has been made
    8 months ago · Like
  28. Kristen Renn
    Kristen Renn gave a donation
    8 months ago · Like
  29. An anonymous donation of $26.81 has been made
    8 months ago · Like