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IFHE-US RECENT NEWS AND EVENTS

Be on the lookout: 2019 Cultural Evening at AAFCS
Please be looking for more information coming soon about the 2019 Cultural Evening that will be held this year at
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IFHE receives award from UN- Read Press Release below
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DAP Newsletter and update
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Deadline Extended for IFHE Annual Leadership meeting: February 15th deadline
IFHE-US members,IFHE has extended online registration for the IFHE Annual Leadership Meeting & Home Economics Conference, March 18-22, 2019, at
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February 2019 IFHE Press Release
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Call for Abstracts: World Congress
What a wonderful opportunity for professionals and students to present their research at an International meeting. Please see documents below
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Information about hotels, dates and more for IFHE World Congress 2020
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XXIV IFHE World Congress 2020 – Atlanta, USA – Second Announcement
Dear IFHE Members, dear interested Home Economists, On behalf of IFHE Acting President Dr. Gwendolyn HUSTVEDT and the IFHE Congress
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Sympathy to Board Member Mrs. Luann Boyer on the loss of her husband
With permission of Mrs. Luann Boyer we would like to share the obituary of her late husband K.R. Pat Boyer.
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Will you be going to Trinidad?
Please see the message below from IFHE-US President Roxie Godfrey, please let her know if you will be attending the
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Membership

Download: membership application and email it to the IFHE-US Director of Finance ( Luann Boyer ) or to the address listed on the application.

2019 IFHE-US Membership Brochure

If you have questions about membership you can email Luann Boyer at Luann.boyer@colostate.edu

Or: Submit your name and e-mail

to request membership information.

Development

The purpose of the IFHE-US Development Fund is to advance the objectives of home economics internationally for educational and charitable purposes; through scientific information, to promote educational programs and studies in all areas related to home economics and the improvement of the quality of life of individuals, families and communities; and to strengthen the profession’s ability to advocate in behalf of families in national and international settings.

How can one give to the Development Fund?

Funds can be received in a variety of forms:
• A personal gift as a contribution
• A contribution associated with a fund-raising project
• A memorial fund commemorating an individual, or event, to preserve their memory or recognize their contribution
• A corporate gift from a body whose corporate mission is congruent with IFHE
• An estate bequest (will) or deferred giving in a personal will or estate plan, subject to the laws of individual states

Development Fund
Global Legacy Society

Contact:
Joyce Cavanagh
jacavanagh@ag.tamu.edu
Contributions should be sent to:
IFHE-US Development Fund
4219 Camber Court
College Station, TX 77845

IFHE Development Fund Report on 2008-12 and 2012-16 Grants