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Thank you 2017 COPAA Donors!

COPAA is able to continue its mission in part because of your support and generosity. By contributing to a campaign listed below, you'll help ensure that our work continues. Online donations are quick and easy using our secure credit card transactions. We welcome donations of all sizes and payment plans – whether it's a one-time gift, a monthly contribution, an honorarium, or part of a matching gifts program.

COPAA is a 501 (c) (3) tax-exempt organization and your donation may be deductible as allowed by law.  

Council of Parent Attorneys and Advocates, Inc. 

Federal ID Number: 65-0877085

P.O. Box 6767, Towson, Maryland 21285 * 844-426-7224



Benefactor 

Alexis Casillas, Mark Gross, Barbara Merino Mayper (in honor of Catherine Merino Reisman)

 

Leader 

Matthew D. Cohen, Andrew Feinstein, Mallory Finn, Kimberly Griffie Jackson,Michele Kule-Korgood, Mark B. Martin, Catherine Merino Reisman, Jonathan Zimring

 

 

Friend of COPAA

Selene Almazan,Robert Berlow, Barbara Ebenstein, Craig Goodmark, David Jefferson, Michele Kule-Korgood, Leslie Seid Margolis, Jasleen Sabharwal, Joyce Isabel Steingass, Sharon Tropf

 

Supporter

 

Beatrice Adams, Melissa Alexander, David Beinke, Gwen Campbell, Eileen Crumm, Cynthia Daniels Hall,  Mandy Favaloro,Michai Freeman, Michael Gilberg, Paul Hammer, Marcie S.Hipple, Kathleen and Kennon Jones, Dana Jonson, Robin Keller,  Andree Marie Larose, Jennifer Laviano, Marcie Lipsitt, Denise S. Marshall, Melanie Mueller, Alice K. Nelson, Ellen Saideman, Diana M. Savit, Susan Shapiro, Jodi Siegel, Linda Skyrpski) Richard & Kathy Stile, Elizabeth Stoff, Maureen van Stone, Carolina Watts, Tania Whiteleather,Diane Willcutts

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General Donation » Donate Online 

The Council of Parent Attorneys and Advocates (COPAA) needs your help. With your support, we can continue our work to provide excellent special education advocacy through a variety of activities and initiatives! Please make your tax-deductible gift today. COPAA accepts general donations, or donations for a specific purpose such as the Beth Goodman Scholarship Fund or the Appell-Alpert Restraints & Abuse Education Fund.

Beth Goodman Scholarship Fund » Donate Online

Since 2003, COPAA has awarded memorial scholarships to honor the memory of Beth Goodman, a member of the COPAA Board until her death in 2002. Beth was an outstanding attorney who practiced in Washington D.C. and dedicated her life to fighting for the rights of students with disabilities. TheBeth Goodman Scholarship is a restricted fund set up by the COPAA Board of Directors. The scholarship operates using d

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