It seems like more frequently these days, there are fires, hurricanes, earthquakes, flooding or other unexpected events that impact appraiser's day-to-day life. This fund is intended to help appraisers that are affected by these events throughout the country with their education, licensing fees and other items that can help them get their businesses up and running again.
Please help your fellow appraisers that are in need by supporting this Appraiser Relief Fund.
If you are in need, please complete our application and send it back to us as soon as possible.
George R. Harrison Scholarship Fund
Our mission is to honor the legacy of a remarkable man who dedicated his life to helping others, fostering growth, and nurturing a passion for the appraisal profession. We are committed to continuing his work by alleviating the financial challenges future appraisers face during their training journey.
By easing the cost burden of qualifying education and investing in appraiser trainees, we pave the way for a stronger and more vibrant future for our profession.
George Harrison’s profound dedication to the profession and his unwavering belief in the significance of quality education led him to establish the Columbia Institute and play a pivotal role as a co-founder of the NAA. Our fund is a testament to this commitment, as we strive to remove the financial barriers that often hinder appraiser trainees from achieving their full potential.
By extending a helping hand and providing financial assistance for their qualifying education, we are making a resolute investment in the future of our field. Through this scholarship fund, we aim to shape a landscape where every aspiring appraiser can flourish and contribute to the continued excellence of our profession.
Total Collected for the Appraiser Relief Fund
Thank you for donating to the Appraiser Relief Fund or the George R. Harrison Scholarship Fund. We appreciate your support and generosity.
If you know someone in need, please have them complete the application and send it back to us.
Please note: Contributions are not tax-deductible on your individual tax return, only as business expense.