Diane Bernard Women’s Networking Breakfast Fund
Contributions to the Diane Bernard Women’s Networking Breakfast Fund support the Women’s Council Breakfast, which is held annually during the CSWE Annual Program Meeting. As chair of the Commission on Accreditation in the early 1970s, ensured and implemented standards in support of women.
Center for Diversity and Social & Economic Justice
The CSWE Center for Diversity and Social & Economic Justice advances individual growth, community well-being, and social justice. Contributions will be used as the Center works to promote the vision, visibility, voice, and collaborative action needed for inclusive and effective social work practice, teaching, research, leadership, advocacy, and social change.
Gero-Ed Center Fund
The CSWE National Center for Gerontological Social Work Education (Gero-Ed Center) promotes the gerontological competencies of graduates from baccalaureate- and master’s-level social work programs nationwide to enhance the health and well-being of older adults and their families. Your generous contribution will help us further this goal through the center’s various projects.
Ashley Brooks-Danso Memorial Fund
The Ashley Brooks-Danso Memorial Fund for Student Support honors the life and legacy of Ashley Brooks-Danso (1979–2011) by directly supporting social work students through stipends and scholarship opportunities. From 2004–2008, Ashley ably and enthusiastically co-directed the Gero-Ed Center. Her many accomplishments in that position included starting the Gero-Ed Track at CSWE's Annual Program Meeting (APM), developing the annual Gero-Ed Film Festival, and initiating the Anita Rosen Student Poster Awards at APM. Ashley’s great passion at the Center was finding creative ways to recruit and support students in gerontological social work.
Katherine A. Kendall Fund
Contributions to the Katherine A. Kendall Fund are used to foster interaction with the global social work community and to formulate projects designed to further our global awareness and vision for social work education and practice.
Carl A. Scott Memorial Fund
The Carl A. Scott Memorial Fund was developed to continue the legacy of equity and social justice in social work through building knowledge and furthering the well-being of individuals and their communities. These were the goals to which Carl Scott devoted his life’s work.
Social Work Education Tribute Fund
Contributions to this fund are used to further the mission of the Council on Social Work Education—to promote and strengthen the quality of social work education through preparation of competent social work professionals by providing national leadership and a forum for collective action.
If you would like to make a contribution to CSWE, you may download this form or call our accounting manager, Ed Blair, at 703.519.2061. Thank you!