We don’t have a physical foundation location, but we do have a mailbox in Charlottesville, a website (www.cdfvirginia.org) with links to each Virginia CSD Program, and a PayPal  account that will gladly take credit or dollars. We have an investment account that we’re trying to grow to offer bigger scholarships. We are givers, benefactors! And we ask you to join us with your contributions—big, small, or in-between.  

We also need your nominations. Think about your own supervision experiences in grad school (on and off-campus), in your Clinical Fellowship, or perhaps in your early or current career. Is there someone who made/makes a difference for you? Martha Mullins-Callender was an extraordinary clinical educator at ODU, a woman for all times who made a difference for so many students, colleagues, clients, and friends. Is there someone from Hampton, ODU, Longwood, UVA, Radford, or JMU who cared especially about you when you were a grad student? Or a CF supervisor who went the extra mile? Maybe a first boss or a professional friend who’s a member of SHAV? Please help us honor this special person by clicking "NOMINATE" below!         

 

Donate Money


Monetary donations are accepted at any time. Consider making a donation in honor or in memory of a colleague or relative. Donate by activating the Donate button below or sending your check to:   

          Linda A. MeyerCDF Treasurer
          P.O. Box 6342
          Charlottesville, VA 22906-6342

DONATE to the auction

Silent and live auctions, held every year during the spring conference of the Speech-Language-Hearing Association of Virginia, have raised money to support scholarships for full-time students in Communication Disorders studies in Virginia university graduate programs as well as other Foundation activities. Items, services and experiences are excellent contributions to our auction.

 

BECOME A BOARd member

You can help make a difference by donating your time and talent to a very worthy cause. To find out what how to apply click below:

nominate

Nominate someone who represents a "champion" in Communication Sciences and Disorders.  For detailed normination information click below: