Subject: Launching Soon - NGLA Day of Giving

In celebration of our 20th birthday, we’re excited to launch the NGLA Fund! We’re focused now—more than ever—on enhancing our educational experiences for the Northeast. As a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization we are now able to accept tax-deductible donations to support these efforts.
The NGLA Fund has been established to support educational initiatives and programs of the Association and further fund our scholarship and Innovation Grant programs. In previous years, we've been fortunate to award a few scholarships to participants, like Brittany, to attend our Annual Conference.
Getting a scholarship to attend NGLA gave me the opportunity to network, learn and teach many other student leaders. I also learned how to be a better and stronger leader to be able to lead my council to greater success. I created many bonds with new people and learned a little bit about myself. In the future I wish to be a speaker at NGLA to be able to inspire other student leaders, how I was inspired this very weekend!
- Brittany Carson, Widener University, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Incorporated
Historically, our scholarships have been funded by our Silent Auction at the Annual Conference. The creation of the NGLA Fund will enable us to further develop educational experiences and increase the number of scholarships and grants that we can award each year.
Please consider making a gift to NGLA to help us advance our mission to educate leaders to transform and empower their community and align actions with values. There are different gifting levels for students and professionals. Visit our donor page to learn more about the NGLA Fund.
Save The Date
NGLA’s $20 for 20 Day of Giving is on November 20. We’re on a mission to raise funds to support our educational experiences, scholarships, and Innovation Grant. Help us reach more members of the fraternity and sorority community in the Northeast by making a gift for our 20th birthday!
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