The Meeche White Legacy Campaign
The Meeche White Legacy Campaign for the National Ability Center’s Endowment Fund began in 2008 with a goal to guarantee the future of the National Ability Center, it’s resources, facilities and equipment for those in need. The Campaign honors the vision, dedication and care of National Ability Center’s co-founder and leader for nearly a quarter century, Meeche White, who continues to see the abilities and opportunities that exist in each of us.
Endowed funds can be unrestricted, providing a resource that can be used to meet current organizational priorities and exciting new opportunities as they arise, or can be designated for specific purposes.
Endowment funds, because they are permanent, help a non-profit in several ways:
- Providing income that can offset direct annual operating expenses.
- Securing a future source of revenue for the lifetime of the organization.
A portion of the income generated from the endowment is distributed to the National Ability Center’s priorities, including program scholarships and fees, facility improvements and training and education. The remaining income is reinvested. This strategy allows for the endowment to provide both immediate support to our participants and programs as well as long-term security for our mission. For additional information on the National Ability Center’s Endowment Fund, contact Jim Murphy, Director of Advancement, at 435-649-3991 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Very truly yours,
Richard E. Marriott
Meeche White Legacy Campaign