The SHRM Foundation is developing resources and tools to help HR professionals hire and retain military veterans.
We invite you to join us for three events: a kick-off brunch, a day-long veteran event to learn best practices, and a 24-hour Step Challenge.
The SHRM Foundation is grateful for the support we receive from SHRM chapters and state councils. As a 501(c)(3) charity organization, the SHRM Foundation’s work is only possible through the generosity of others who believe in our vision to empower HR professionals to build inclusive organizations.
These resources are specifically prepared for SHRM chapters and state councils to assist their efforts to educate their communities about the SHRM Foundation and inclusion challenges, make a difference in their local communities, and raise funds to benefit the SHRM Foundation.
Tools for Sharing
The Aging Workforce: In 2013, the SHRM Foundation launched an initiative to challenge myths about older workers
Previous Inclusion Initiatives
Webcasts for Council/Chapter Leaders
Connect with the SHRM Foundation
The SHRM Foundation is a 501(c)(3) charity organization dedicated to empowering HR professionals to build inclusive organizations. We are your professional charity, and the mission of the SHRM Foundation is only possible through generous donations. Below are resources to support your fundraising efforts.
According to 2019 SHAPE Chapter and State Council workbooks (section 2), SHRM chapters and state councils will: "Support the SHRM Foundation by making a monetary contribution directly from the chapter's/state council's funds, received by the SHRM Foundation no later than December 31, 2019."
In addition, your chapter and state council can earn the SHRM Foundation's Champion award by completing these three steps:
How to Make a Donation
Three ways to Make a Difference
Volunteering in your Community
Volunteering with the SHRM Foundation
From raising funds to teaching members how to build inclusive organizations, the SHRM Foundation is grateful for the support from your chapter or state council. To help you stay organized and prioritize your efforts, the SHRM Foundation has created three suggested checklists.
The basic checklist
The advanced checklist
The elite checklist
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