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AREAS TO SUPPORT

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NFBPA Legacy Honors Program Fund Initiative

“Moving forward by removing barriers in front of us and reaching back to pull others forward.”

The Legacy Honors Initiative pays tribute and celebrates African American leaders who have distinguished themselves with their contributions to public service, equality, freedom, and civil rights. The Legacy Honors Initiative has a required minimum entry level of $1,000, with members receiving annual recognition at FORUM for new achievement levels. By supporting NFBPA through this cumulative giving initiative, donors are investing in the long-term solvency of the National Forum for Black Public Administration and continued excellence in local communities across the country.

Our GOAL: To build NFBPA’s current corpus in the Endowment fund, which stands at $250,000 to a goal of $500,000 in two years, and moving towards $1M in 10 years. The Legacy levels are as follows.

 

LEVELS

HONORS

AMOUNT

LEVEL 1

Colin Powell
$1,000

LEVEL 2

George Washington Carver
$2,500

LEVEL 3

Condoleezza Rice
$5,000

LEVEL 4

WEB Dubois
$7,500

LEVEL 5

Frederick Douglas
$10,000

LEVEL 6

Barbara Jordan
$15,000

LEVEL 7

Harriett Tubman
$25,000

LEVEL 8

Rosa Parks
$50,000

LEVEL 9

Barack Obama
$75,000

LEVEL 10

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
$100,000


Your Legacy gifts will be directed in the following way only:
  • The Endowment, where donations will be held in perpetuity with earnings directed toward the NFBPA’s education or advocacy programs.
  • The Annual Fund for the NFBPA ongoing operations.
  • Any planned or outright gift may be made in honor or memory of a loved one.

Annual Giving Fund

Please support our mission to prepare leaders with your tax deductible contribution to NFBPA. Annual gifts offer a unique opportunity for members, corporate partners and friends to give where it matters. Your unrestricted gift ensure that NFBPA is able to meet its commitment to future leaders and its ability to adapt to the ever-changing needs of the communities we serve.

Center Leadership Development

Donating to the Executive Leadership Program (ELI) and the Mentor Program will support NFBPA’s ongoing efforts to groom the "next generation” of Black public managers.

The Executive Leadership Institute (ELI) is dedicated to grooming African American managers for the rigors of executive positions in public service organizations. This program is one of the few training Institutes in the United States that offers a curriculum mixed with both academic based theory and practitioner based experience through partnerships with universities and cities throughout the country over an eight-month period, in seven cities. Learn More

The Mentor Program is designed to positively impact the professional development of emerging public administrators. The program is an intensive, eight-month initiative with a two-fold focus. First, emphasis is placed on skills building, with specialized workshops offered during two group meetings. The second, and equally important, focus is embodied in informal interaction between mentors and protégés throughout the program period. Learn More

Scholarships

The NFBPA Scholarship Program is designed to recognize African American or other minority students who exemplify outstanding scholarship, and leadership. Learn More

Gift Planning

There are a number of ways you can make a financial commitment from your will, living trust, or other estate plans to support NFBPA. We welcome the opportunity to show you the potential benefits of making a gift to support our work. Personal discussions incur no obligation on your part, and of course, all information discussed is confidential. We invite you to contact our Executive Director to learn more. Please call our office at 202-408-9300x101 or e-mail: mconner1@nfbpa.org