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The SACSA Foundation strives to support the Association through funds raised by generous donors. Over the last few years, the SACSA Foundation’s Drive to 65K Campaign has catapulted the organization into a deeper culture of financial stewardship. Thanks to YOU, we were able to achieve our goal of $65,000 at the annual conference in Greenville, SC. Your generous contributions help the Association strengthen our core values and fund educational initiatives, such as the Dissertation of the Year Award and the Research Incentive Grant, along with establishing an endowment to enhance the financial stability of the Association. Additionally, donations enable the Association to celebrate achievement through awards and recognition; support research and professional development; and honor our history.

If you are a first-time SACSA attendee or a lifetime member, we humbly ask that you stand with us and consider making a contribution to the Foundation today. You contributions will help not only help support current members, but support the future of the Association and all that we hope to achieve. Remember that all donations are tax deductible since the SACSA Foundation is a 50l c (3) non-profit organization.

Ways to Give

The SACSA Foundation offers unique ways to donate, included in the QR code below:


  1. Cash App (name in memo): $sacsafoundaton
  2. Text to Give: Text SACSATIME to 44321 and follow the link to donate
  3. Venmo: sacsa-foundation
  4. Make an online donation in any amount using the Secure Online Donation Form.
  5. Stop by the SACSA Foundation Table at the Annual Conference.
  6. Mail a check to SACSA's Executive Director, Joe Buck:

Dr. Joe Buck
Georgia Southern University
11935 Abercorn Street, VIctor Hall 251
Savannah, GA 31419

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Our Mission
The mission of the Southern Association for College Student Affairs is to advance:
  • Opportunities for professional development;
  • Scholarship, research, and ethical practice; and
  • Understanding of issues impacting students and the student affairs profession, while fostering our core values of inclusiveness, professionalism, and collegiality.