SCORE is an organization of volunteers.

We have built a culture around giving back and helping our neighbors.   You can be part of this community of service today by supporting the SCORE Foundation.

Please consider supporting SCORE with a gift of stock, cash, or a planned gift through your will.  You can find more information about becoming a volunteer, becoming a sponsor, or helping your local SCORE chapter to raise funds.

If you’d like more information about ways to give back through The SCORE Foundation, please contact us.

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Ways to Donate

We have built a culture around giving back and helping our neighbors. You can be part of this community of service today by supporting the SCORE Foundation. Discover the many ways you can help America's entrepreneurs and small businesses.

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Ways to Fundraise

SCORE Chapters frequently build local fundraising programs to help support service delivery, volunteer recruitment, and other mission-critical activities in their own communities. Learn more about fundraising best practices from The SCORE Foundation. 

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Ways to Volunteer

Volunteering at SCORE is a way for you to give back to your community, connect with fellow business owners, and pass on your knowledge and expertise to the next generation of entrepreneurs in your community. Find out how to become a volunteer with SCORE today! 

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The John & Edith Titley Society is an honorary society that recognizes charitable donors of planned gifts. Each year the society hosts an annual reception to recognize these legacy donors and provide an update to SCORE’s stratgeic direction. Nearly $3,000,000 in expectancies has already been committed by the current members.

Titley Society

SCORE supporter John H. Titley made a bequest to the SCORE Association in 2001. This planned gift launched the legacy of philanthropy for SCORE and the formation of The SCORE Foundation.

Titley volunteered for the Medford, Oregon chapter of SCORE “Counselors to America’s Small Business” for more than 20 years. During his tenure, he volunteered as a counselor, chapter leader and SCORE Association Board Director and then president in 1987. In the introduction to the book A SCORE History: The Story of 25 Years of Volunteer Service, Titley describes SCORE volunteers as the men and women that make a difference.

Membership Roll

The John & Edith Titley Society honors donors of planned gifts. A planned gift is a pledge or charitable contribution made as part of an individual’s estate planning.

To become a member of the Titley Society through a gift to SCORE in your will, estate or life-income instrument, please contact Resa Kierstein at 703-593-3634.

Contact Jessica Pisano at Jessica.pisano@score.org for info about Titley Society and planned giving.

By philanthropically investing in SCORE, you will be supporting SCORE in its outreach to America’s small businesses. Together, we are making a difference!

 

John & Edith Titley Society Members

Anonymous (3)* Claude Hagelberg Bobbi Kindred
Herb Ausderau* Dick Hannis* Joseph Oppenheimer
Christine Banning* Jan Hannis Betty Otte
Patrice Barnes Sue Hartman* Roger Otte
Sandy Britt* Elaine Holtzman Norman Paige
Duncan Brown* Michael Holtzman Donald Patience
Nancy Brown Jerry Jensen Dick Priest*
Louis Campanelli Devin Jopp Karen Priest*
John Carden Bobbi Kindred James Pyles*
SivewrightCarden Doug Kindred VerneasePyles*
Marjorie Christiansen* Edith Kopelcheck* Alvin Roselin
Gene Cowen Richard F. Leslie* Arnold Sandness
Phyllis Cowen Barbara Lippard Alan Simon
Martha Davidson Lynne-Anne Lombardi* Mel Spiegelman*
Richard Davidson Douglas Martin Bob St. Angelo
Rose D’Alessandro* Ronnie McClure* Dorothy St. Angelo
Patty DeDominic* Mike Mendez Marilyn Tam
Mark Dobosz* Stephanie Mendez Edith Titley*
Stephany Dobosz Billie Moreland John Titley*
Niels H. Fischer* Cyntia Mottle Carl Trautmann*
Edie Fraser Ellwyn& Marjorie Nellis* Joe Wollenberger*
Kasey Freesland Ellwyn& Marjorie Nellis* Alicia Yancey
Roz Goldmacher* Greg Nelson Kenneth Yancey, Jr.
Kristine Gabel Keith Ogata Chuck Zellner

(as of March 2011)
*Designates Charter Member

SCORE is the nation's largest network of volunteer, expert business mentors. We have helped more than 11 million small business owners since 1964.
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