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Have you ever wondered how you can get a scholarship to attend a program? How does CRD get the funds to give out scholarships to members? The answer is easy. Through generous donations from members.

CRD has several ways you can help the organization grow. Donations to scholarship funds help CRD give back to its members by allowing them to attend professional development opportunities they might not have a chance to participate in due to budget cuts and constraints. Many of our members have benefited from scholarships.

If you're interested in making CRD a part of your estate planning, then we have the Cornerstone Legacy Society. Find out how to ensure the continued future of CRD through your bequest.

Your donation allows these funds to grow and give a CRD member a chance to learn, network and enhance their skills to help them do their job. All donations are tax deductible.

The Resource Development Boot Camp Alumni Scholarship Fund

Sharron Professional Development Scholarship Fund

The Burton Talmage Memorial Scholarship

The Robert L. Stoddard Memorial Fellowship Fund

The Lighthouse Endowment Fund

The LeCuyer Endowment Fund


 Online donation system by ClickandPledge

Please click on the button above to make your tax-deductible donation.

*The Council for Resource Development is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization as established under the IRS Code Section 170 and is eligible to collect donations. All donations will receive a letter and receipt stipulating what fund their donation is going to and that no services were provided in exchange for those donations.

Membership in CRD provides BSC college advancement staff with the private and public fundraising expertise to make exciting things happen on our campus: National Energy Center of Excellence, Bismarck Parks and Rec state-of-the-art Aquatics Center, and the technology labs in the Career Academy – partnerships that start local and extend global.

Dr. Larry Skogan
President
Bismarck State College, ND