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IFMA Foundation Auction

The Foundation emphasizes education and advancement. We are holding this online auction to help raise scholarship funds! Your donation can help may students and help promote your chapter, company or job to become more recognizable and prestigious in the workplace. It can be an opportunity to give back and support the profession that has been good to you! Please bid today!


The IFMA Foundation works for the public good in support of Facility Management higher education, students studying Facility Management and related fields, research critical to the profession, and increasing awareness of facility management and making FM a career of choice.

The IFMA Foundation scholarship program has awarded more than US$1.4 million dollars to more than 554 students since the program started in the early 1990s. Scholarship recipients receive a cash award and fully subsidized World Workplace conference travel, registration and participation.

The individual scholarships range in value from US$1,500 to $10,000 and are awarded to undergraduate (2-year and 4-year) and graduate students enrolled in facility management or FM-related (built environment) programs.

These scholarships change lives and are a principal strategy in creating the next generation of FM professionals. The Global Workforce Initiative explores the expansion of scholarship opportunities. High school seniors, associate degree students, working students and veterans are encouraged to apply. Your donation can help may students and help promote your chapter, company or job to become more recognizable and prestigious in the workplace. It can be an opportunity to give back and support the profession that has been good to you! Please bid today!

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