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INCLUDE PVAF IN YOUR YEAR-END GIVING PLANS

INCLUDE PVAF IN YOUR YEAR-END GIVING PLANS

The Potomac Valley Architecture Foundation (PVAF) is the charitable and educational outreach arm of the AIA Potomac Valley chapter, established by chapter architects in 2005 to administer the chapter's scholarship program for architecture students and its public outreach on sustainability through the purchase of LEAFHouse. PVAF is a 501 (c)(3) public charity and your contributions to help support its work are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law. Time and talent contributed by volunteers is also critical to expanding the work of PVAF. 

student site visit  
Board member Scott Knudson, AIA (far left) arranged a tour of LEAFHouse and the under-construction 2017 Solar Decathlon entry reACT for a summer career exploration group from House of Tabitha.

students at design awards
Board member Randy Steiner, AIA (far right) congratulates several of the PVAF scholarship winners at the 2017 Celebrate Design awards event.

maryland day
Board president Bo Green, AIA (second from left) and treasurer Tom Nyein, AIA (far right) with reACT student team members at LEAFHouse on Maryland Day 2017.

planning retreat
PVAF board members and volunteers at a recent planning retreat: (left to right) Tom Nyein, AIA; Randy Steiner, AIA; Tom Mitchell; Loreen Arnold, AIA; Renee Catacalos; Helen Wilkes, AIA; Todd Sehorn, AIA; Scott Knudson, AIA.

Learn more about PVAF and give online. Contact Board President Bo Green (bo.green@aiapv.org) or any other board member to discuss volunteering with PVAF. 

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