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GIVING

When you give to the ASFPM Foundation you support a variety of initiatives that reduce suffering and losses as a result of flooding and promotes sustainable management of the nation's floodplains and watersheds. By giving, you set an example for fellow floodplain managers and do much to ensure our profession's continued national influence. Choose to make a one-time gift, or enroll in our recurring giving program to support our efforts year round. GIVE NOW.

MISSION STATEMENT

To promote public policy through select strategic initiatives and serve as an incubator for long-term policy development that promotes sustainable floodplain and watershed management

VISION STATEMENT

The ASFPM Foundation is the recognized leader in developing and advancing knowledge that promotes sound floodplain management policy and practice.

WHAT IS THE ROLE OF THE ASFPM FOUNDATION?

The Foundation serves as an advocate for the profession and as a voice for you, the practitioner, supplier or service provider, through its support of the Association. To continue to provide these needed services, the Foundation needs financial support, support that you can provide. Whether at the corporate level, individual level or both, it is in your best interest to support your profession. Of course, all donations are tax deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law. If you are an individual, assess what the ASFPM has meant to you, directly or indirectly, and give accordingly. If you are corporate leaders, how about considering a corporate matching challenge?

BACKGROUND

In 1996, the Association of State Floodplain Managers (ASFPM) established a 501(c)(3) tax exempt nonprofit Foundation, whose vision is to be the recognized leader in developing and advancing knowledge that promotes sound floodplain management policy and practice. The ASFPM Foundation mission, then, is to be an incubator for research and education that promotes wise floodplain management.

The Foundation seeks and directs funds to help the ASFPM meet its goals. While the missions of both are interlocked, the Foundation is a separate corporate body with its own Board of Trustees and Bylaws.

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