Congratulations to RFMA Gives! 2014 "Power of A" Gold Award Winner
Monday, June 16, 2014
Posted by: Heather Webb
RFMA is pleased to announce that we have received a 2014 "Power of A" Gold Award for our RFMA Gives program!
The Power of A Awards recognize a select number of organizations annually that distinguish themselves with innovative, effective and broad-reaching programs and activities that positively impact America and the world. Our RFMA Gives program was extremely well regarded with only 23 Gold winners this year out of more than 100 entries.
The Power of A Awards recognize and celebrate the extraordinary contributions associations make to society by enriching lives, creating a competitive workforce, preparing society for the future, driving innovation and making a better world. By receiving the Power of A Gold Award, our organization’s program is automatically in consideration for one of six Summit Awards, ASAE’s highest honor for associations, which will be presented at the Summit Awards Dinner in Washington, DC on October 1, 2014.
RFMA wants to thank all of our members and are amazing donors, volunteers and leaders of our RFMA Gives projects over these past five years. We couldn’t have won this award without your dedication and generosity to RFMA and our RFMA Gives projects each year.
Who is ASAE?
ASAE is the American Society of Association Executives.ASAE represents more than 21,000 association
executives and industry partners representing 10,000 organizations. It’s members
manage leading trade associations, individual membership societies and
voluntary organizations across the United States and in nearly 50 countries
around the world.
Congratulations RFMA and the RFMA Gives Project Teams!
RFMA is excited about our 2015 RFMA Gives project at East County Transitional Living Center (ECTLC) in El Cajon, CA, which is a suburb of San Diego. This facility is a faith based non-profit organization that serves an average of 25,000 meals per month and provides transitional & emergency housing, biblical training, and job skills development to individuals and families. ECTLC services are available to ALL regardless of age, ethnicity, and/or faith...with the goal of enabling them to become productive members of the community. To learn more about this wonderful organization, check out their website at www.ectlc.org. If you are interested making a donation or volunteering to help with this 2015 RFMA Gives project, please contact Tim Corcoran at Timothy.Corcoran@jackinthebox.com. And thank you you again to all who have stepped up to make our last five projects such a huge success! RFMA Gives is only possible because of YOU!