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NSPS Foundation - Donations for Hurricane Sandy Being Matched

Type:  Featured News  

Hurricane Sandy Reminds Us to Donate
to the
National Society of Professional Surveyors Foundation
Disaster Relief Fund


FROM: National Society of Professional Surveyors Foundation, Inc. (NSPSF)


Hurricane Sandy hit the East Coast with a vengeance.

By now, you may have seen a solicitation for donations to the NSPS Foundation Disaster Relief Fund. The money in that fund is targeted directly to those in our professional community. We appreciate all of the donations that have been received to date.

News: The Land Design Insurance Group (LDIG), backed by Fireman’s Fund Insurance Co., will match 50% of eligible donations up to a total match of $6000 for a specified time. Details of the matching fund are on the NSPS web site or here.

The NSPS Foundation stands ready to provide disaster relief funds to surveyors and their employees who have been affected by the storm. With such devastation from the storm, the Foundation is concerned that their current funds will be depleted in such a short period of time that they won’t
be able to assist many who need help. The Foundation is making an urgent appeal for you to give a generous tax-deductible contribution to keep this fund liquid.

These funds are available not only for storm relief, but any calamity that affects our members in the surveying profession.

You'll find information about donations to the NSPS Foundation Disaster Relief Fund on the NSPS website:  www.nsps.us.com.  You can contact Trish Milburn directly at 240-439-4615 ext. 105 or trisha.milburn@nsps.us.com.  Mail checks payable to the National Society of Professional Surveyors Foundation, Inc., (NSPSF), 5119 Pegasus Court, Suite Q, Frederick, MD 21704.

T: 240/439-4915,  x. 105, or see the NSPS web site under NSPS Foundation,






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