LMR ANNUAL FUND CAMPAIGN!
PAVE THE WAY!
Because of LMR!
The foundation of the Richmond region is strong because a diverse group of community leaders are informed, engaged and inspired. The impact of LMR is far reaching and its imprint is part of the fabric of our region. LMR’s influence can be felt in many groups and organizations that make our communities thrive.
LMR members are bound together because we have learned and experienced the benefits of emphasizing our similarities and celebrating our differences, thus creating respect for one another.
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The LMR Annual Fund, developed for the ongoing commitment of our membership to invest in LMR, provides approximately 15% of our annual budget, and is used to provide outstanding programs that connect programs that connect, inform and inspire. In 2011 our membership supported our programs like never before, with donations and donors up by more than 40% in the past two years.
The 2012 Annual Fund will continue this ambitious trek, seeking to reach our goal of $90,000 with the continued generosity of our members and other supporters. When making your gift, we hope you will become a member of the Society of Leadership Advocates (SOLA), with a gift of $500 or more.
BECAUSE OF LMR!
…Make Better Decisions
"I have a greater understanding of the many regional assets within the metro area and know many of the leaders by virtue of LMR." - Donna Ransone, Class of 2008
"LMR was instrumental in changing how I viewed the Private Sector, Public Sector, and Non-Profits roles working together for the better of the Community." – Ed Bowman, Class of 2007
…Strengthen our Communities
"Awareness of issues has increased my interest in community issues. Things that were once 'off my radar' are now 'on my radar.'"– George Kite, Class of 2011
"My position at William Byrd Community House results directly from relationships established at LMR." – Robert Bolling, Class of 2005
"Started a mentoring program that came directly out of my LMR experience." – Kelly Groh, Class of 2006
"My involvement increased significantly over almost two decades following my participation in the class of 1992." - Jo Lynne DeMary, Class of 1992