ATLANTA, Ga. — March 19, 2014 — The International Furnishings and Design Association Educational Foundation, Inc. is the Philanthropic and Educational arm of the IFDA Association. IFDAEF’s purpose is to encourage development of educational programs and worthwhile projects that enhance the quality of living for the individuals and the public at large, while providing support for students and various professionals entering the field of Interior Design. IFDA Chapters play a major funding role through yearly donations, memorials and special events. Many Chapters have established thousands of dollars in scholarships or grants in honor or memory of IFDA leaders. Some include: the IFDA Leaders Commemorative Scholarship; the Ruth Clark Scholarship for Furniture Design; and the Vercille Voss Graduate Student Scholarship. Grants include: Barbara Brock Memorial Grant; Irma Dobkin Universal Design Grant; Ina Mae Kaplan Historic Preservation Grant; Elizabeth Brown Grant for Interior Design Programs; and the Tony Torrice Professional Development Grant. EF also provides a New Chapter Development Grant.
Contact: Earline Feldman, Director of Grants and Scholarships 1.770.378.7221 or go To the IFDAEF Website to see specific details, applications and dollar values of each of the Scholarships or Grants at: www.ifdaef.org
Posted March 21, 2014