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What is a PAC?
A PAC, or Political Action Committee, is a fund connected to an institution or organization such as NCRA by membership but separately maintained for specific politically related functions. A PAC enables individuals to collectively support and elect persons to office whom they believe will champion their cause. In NCRA’s case, we help to support federal politicians who will keep the …
PAC, Donations, Committee, Advocacy
How long are the pre-recorded VHP interviews?
Prerecorded interviews are 30 to 90 minutes We send interviews that are shorter than 50 minutes to student members.
How many pages are the transcripts?
The transcripts average 50 pages in length.
How long do I have to get the transcript back to you?
Reporters have 3-4 weeks. Students have 6-8 weeks.
Is it difficult to get an extension?
Will I earn …
Donations, Advocacy, Committee, NCRF
Consider forming a committee, and assign tasks to various members.
Select a date and time for the Veterans History Project (VHP) Day, and begin planning months in advance.
You need three categories of participants: veterans, interviewers, and transcribers (certified court reporters).
Reserve an adequately sized, quiet room(s) to hold the interviews.
Consider the audio…
PAC, Donations, Committee
Major Gifts donors make contributions of $5,000 or more in a calendar year. There are three contribution levels: a Silver contribution, which reflects donations of $5,000 to $24,999; a Gold contribution, which reflects donations of $25,000 to $49,999; and a Platinum contribution, which reflects donations of $50,000 and higher.
Fundraising, NCRF, Foundation, Donations
Please return the following items to NCRF:
a hard copy of the transcript (required)
a CD with transcript as .txt file (required)
the Gratuitous Service Agreement (required)
the required forms for the veteran and interviewer to fill out from the Library of Congress Field Kit (e.g., Biographical Data Form, Veterans Release Form, Interviewer’s Release Form, etc.)…
Thoughtful tributes in memory of
Thoughtful tributes made in honor of someone
Donations, Foundation, NCRF
NCRF's Thoughtful Tributes program provides you the opportunity to remember those you've lost who have made a major contribution to your life: educators, judges, colleagues, friends, or family members — anyone who has made a difference!
NCRF has received donations of $250 or more in memory of the following individuals:
The Legacy Society is NCRF’s planned giving program, which individuals may join by providing for NCRF in their estate planning.
Has the court reporting profession been good to you?
Have you planned for your future?
Do you want to protect your assets?
NCRF offers you an opportunity to leave a lasting legacy for future generations of court reporters through our planned giving…
Fundraising, Professionals, NCRF, Foundation, Donations
Estate planning is critical to everyone
If you don’t plan ahead, the government will determine the fate of your assets. Be sure your will is up to date.
By planning ahead, you control where your assets will go. You also get the peace of mind and your family won’t have the tremendous stress of straightening out your estate.
Remember charitable giving in your planning. Charitable giving…