This exclusive group of investors share a belief in the importance of advancing education to develop the next generation of leaders. They also believe that education and its accessibility to everyone is important to building a stronger workforce and to building better communities. Take Stock in Children recognizes that so many people have a deep desire to help, but alone they feel overwhelmed and powerless in the face of big societal problems. The Take Stock model not only helps the students, but it plugs members of the community into a power source to affect positive change. Honor Roll Society members have the ability to be part of a solution. They make a significant impact on the lives of the children and families that are part of the Take Stock program. Their support ensures that students receive mentor services, advocacy programs, college and career readiness services, and scholarships.
Membership in the Honor Roll Society offers opportunities to attend exclusive networking events and receive invitations to Take Stock in Children's annual events.
This level of giving is reserved for investors that demonstrate long term support for Take Stock in Children. Their investment in education will be recognized among a group of donors that want to distinguish themselves as leaders in education. Honor Roll Society members that renew their membership will be classified as either Summa Cum Laude, Magna Cum Laude or Cum Laude. Membership renewals for another 3 years at the same giving level will qualify the donor for a level of high distinction:
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