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    Contributions to the ACFE Foundation support the education of future anti-fraud professionals through the Ritchie-Jennings Memorial Scholarship Program. The funds are provided through the generosity of individuals like you, as well as through donations from corporations and foundations.
     

    Making your contribution is easy!

    To submit your donation online, please click on the preferred amount below:

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    You may also download the contribution form to return by facsimile or mail. Mailed contributions and questions should be addressed to:

    Attn: Scholarship Program Coordinator
    Association of Certified Fraud Examiners
    Global Headquarters - The Gregor Building
    716 West Avenue
    Austin, TX 78701 USA
    (800) 245-3321 (U.S. & Canada only)
    Phone: +1 (512) 478-9000
    Fax: +1 (512) 276-8127
    Email: Scholarships@ACFE.com

     

    Thank you to all of our past and present donors. These contributions make the Ritchie-Jennings Memorial Scholarship Program a reality.

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    The ACFE Foundation is a 501(c)(3), tax-exempt organization. Contributions to the ACFE Foundation are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.

     

     

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    “The Ritchie-Jennings Memorial Scholarship is a prestigious award that will help me gain academic recognition which is viewed favorably by my future employer as well.”

    — Steve Garner
    2012-2013 Scholarship Recipient

    “This scholarship has opened my eyes to the area of fraud prevention. Before discovering this scholarship I had not thought about combining my actuarial career with anti-fraud work. The scholarship sparked my interest and has led me to do additional research into how fraud examination will fit into my future. Without this scholarship, I don’t think this is something I would have thought to look into.”

    — Katelin Weiers
    2012-2013 Scholarship Recipient