Dallas Martin Fund for Education in Public Policy and Student Aid
The Dallas Martin Fund was created to help cultivate the next generation of student aid advocates. On June 30, the fund, which helped cover costs for NASFAA’s policy intern, stood at more than $96,000 (not including more than $29,000 in the original endowment). NASFAA’s goal leading into the 2012 National Conference was to push the $96,000 fund over $100,000.
We succeeded, and then some! With more than $1,600 from the Massachusetts Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators, nearly $3,500 from on-site conference donations, nearly $8,500 from online donations and a $2,000 match from Inceptia, the fund has far surpassed our $100,000 goal. Thanks to all the generous donors who helped make it possible!
Margot O'Meara's Policy Internship is made possible by the Dallas Martin Fund
Receive A Special Gift When You Donate $50
We gratefully acknowledge the generous contributions of our supporters, and also recognize dedications. Can we add your name to the list? When you donate $50 or more, we'll send you a copy of The Art and Science of Student Aid Administration as our thank-you gift!
Dr. A. Dallas Martin, Jr. dedicated his career to helping students achieve their higher education goals. The fund honors his accomplishments during his 32 years with NASFAA.