Each year, the SAHRA chapter sets a goal to become a SHRM Foundation Chapter Champion in an effort to support, promote and invest in the Foundation.
The SHRM Foundation's mission is to mobilize the power of HR and activate the generosity of donors to lead positive social change impacting all things work. The Foundation is committed to elevating and empowering HR as a social force through its innovative solutions to workplace inclusion challenges, programming designed to inspire and empower the next generation of HR leaders, and awarding scholarships and professional development grants to educate and develop students and HR professionals. The SHRM Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit affiliate of the Society for Human Resource Management.
Besides helping shape the future of HR...if you donate at least $30 to the SHRM Foundation in 2021 or 2022, you will be entered into a drawing for a FREE MOSHRM State Conference Registration (includes general conference registration, valued at $525).
When you donate, please indicate that you would like to award recognition credits to our SHRM Chapter, Springfield Area HRA, chapter #0026.
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The SHRM Foundation staff is happy to take your donation via credit card over the phone. Please call SHRM Foundation staff at 703-535-6020
Team Empower is a special group of passionate individuals who are dedicated to helping empower HR professionals to build inclusive organizations. Established in 2017, Team Empower is the SHRM Foundation's most accessible giving circle. Your annual donation of $30 or more will automatically add you to the team. Click the button below to make your immediate impact today.
Veterans at Work: SHRM Foundation's commitment to empowering HR professionals to attract, hire and retain veterans.
Getting Talent Back to Work: Helping employers confidently hire individuals with a criminal background.
The Aging Workforce: Leveraging the Talents of Mature Employees
Employing Abilities @Work: Initiative to strengthen the skills and abilities of professionals to hire, develop, advance, and retain individuals with disabilities in their workplace.
Practicing HR requires specialized training and lots of support. That's why each year the SHRM Foundation provides more than $500,000 in financial assistance to individuals preparing for their first job in HR or studying to fast-track their existing career in human resources.
Some scholarships are available exclusively with SHRM membership. Others are open to any HR Professional, student and faculty member. All are excellent ways to access the resources you need to continue your academic pursuits and become a future HR leader in the world of work. Click here for more information about available awards and how to apply.
Contact the SHRM Foundation Chapter Liaison, Stacye Perriman, at firstname.lastname@example.org.