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Foundation Chair Messages

December Monthly Message

Happy Holidays! For most of us, the December holiday season comes with many happy childhood memories. Those of you who are parents and grandparents (or aunts and uncles) want to [...]

November Monthly Message

Remember the Foundation on National Giving Tuesday this November! For those of you who attended FNCE® 2018 in Washington, DC, I hope you enjoyed it as much as I did. [...]

October Monthly Message

October Always Means FNCE®! What do you think of when you realize it’s October? Pumpkin-flavored everything? Halloween? If you’re an Academy member, October means FNCE®. This year’s FNCE® in Washington, [...]

September Monthly Message

September Means Scholarships and a Focus on Malnutrition! To me, September always feels like a month of transition, with kids returning to school and the weather gradually changing to [...]

August Monthly Message

August is Kids Eat Right Month! Ask anyone what one of their highest priorities in life is, and nearly all would say their children. Even individuals without children will [...]

July Monthly Message

Your Academy Foundation is Helping Develop the Next Generation of RDNs!Students have always been an important focus for the Foundation. Our Mission - Through philanthropy, empower current and future food [...]

June Monthly Message

New Beginnings! The start of anything new is always exhilarating, and that’s certainly how I feel about beginning the new 2018-19 fiscal year. I’d like to welcome our new [...]

May Monthly Message

As we close out the fiscal year at the end of this month, I’m looking back at how fast the year went, but also how many great things have [...]

April Monthly Message

It's been nearly two years now since the Academy and its Foundation kicked off the Second Century campaign. At the beginning, we had impressive and far-reaching ideas of where [...]

March Monthly Message

Happy National Nutrition Month! I don’t know about you, but as soon as it’s March 1, even if the weather might not be cooperating, I think of spring. [...]

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