5 Reasons to Give Back Through PMIEF!

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On this global day of giving, we are grateful for people like you who choose to support our mission to promote Project Management for Social Good®. We are focused on working together to help create a better future for people and communities around the world, especially our youth, by leveraging the power of project management. So, how would your gift make a difference?

This year, support from donors has helped PMIEF:

  1. Work with nonprofits to help some of our most vulnerable youth
  2. Supply project management scholarships and awards
  3. Bring PM education to communities around the world
  4. Work with nonprofits to support people with disabilities
  5. Engage with organizations supporting women’s efforts to provide better lives for their families and communities

A gift to PMIEF of just $25 by year-end will have a ripple effect on people and communities around the world. Together we’ll change the world, one project at a time!

Posted by Kimberly Whitby on: November 28, 2018 02:59 AM | Permalink

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Very interesting, thanks for sharing

That is a very great initiative Kimberly

Great to see the continued growth.

Thanks for sharing

Thanks for sharing, the world is sure in need of more social good.

Great initiative.
Thanks for sharing!!

Thanks for sharing!

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