IFMA Foundation 2003-2004 Accomplishments
First Annual “Trends Survey & Report”
Focused on identifying facility management and
built environment trends. A snapshot of the results
are contained in the chart at right. To view the entire
white paper, visit the IFMA Foundation Web site at
IFMA Foundation Scholarships
The IFMA Foundation awarded $26,500 in scholarships
to 17 graduate and undergraduate students of facility
management on Oct. 16 at IFMA’s World Workplace
conference in Salt Lake City, Utah. This brings the total
number of dollars awarded by the Foundation to more
than $200,000 since 1991. Funding for the scholarships
comes from IFMA councils and local chapters, as well
as from corporations with business ties to the facility
management industry. To date, 108 scholarships have
Sponsor: IFMA Audio Seminar Series
“Awareness & Security in the Built
Special two-hour audio seminar broadcast Sept. 9, 2004
to an audience of more than 400 listeners.
“Chemical, Biological, and Radiological (CBR)
Threats in the Built Environment”
Broadcast Oct. 28, 2004.
IFMA Foundation Annual Report
Established in 1990 as a non-profit, 501(c)(3) corporation, and as a separate entity from IFMA, the IFMA Foundation
works for the public good to promote priority research and educational opportunities for the advancement of the
facility management profession.
The IFMA Foundation is supported by the generosity of the FM community including IFMA members, chapters, councils,
corporate sponsors and private contributors who share the belief that education and research improve the FM profession.
To learn more about the good works of the IFMA Foundation, visit www.ifmafoundation.org.
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IFMA Foundation 2003-2004
Major Benefactor Level ($10,000+)
Platinum Level ($5,000 - $9,999)
Capital Chapter of IFMA
Greater New York Chapter of IFMA
HM Workplace Resource So Cal
INVISTA Antron (former