Associations across the country are coming together to support local charities in their convention host cities.

$6,700 raised to benefit animal rescue and rehabilitation

The Pet Industry Leadership Conference campaign, PILC Gives Back, raised $6,700 to benefit animal rescue and rehabilitation following the devastation caused by Hurricane Irma in Florida.

PILC Gives Back chose this cause because their conference this year was held in Naples, FL, central to Irma’s tragic impact. Associations Give Back was pleased to work with Greater Good as the beneficiary of the campaign

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Pictured above: Steve King, CAE President King Management Group & John Kane, Development Director of Rescue Bank®,

Associations Give Back has been great to work with on our give back project. The quality of AGB’s website and other outreach tools are very high.

Steve King, CAE, President, King Management Group

One of the unique attributes of associations is their ability to effect positive change in society.

- Associations Matter report, ASAE

What we do

We offer trade associations free participation in a national give back program to support local charities across the country. Associations Give Back makes it easy for your association to participate. We vet local charities in your convention’s host city; provide a fundraising micro-site for your campaign; provide you with all collateral materials; and we spread the word about your good work.


Associations Give Back campaigns not only do good for local communities but also offer unique benefits to participating associations. Joining a robust national philanthropic program energizes your members and staff, is highlighted in the media and honors your association and the many individuals touched by your designated charities.


Learn about our mission and how Associations Give Back works for you, step-by-step.


Send us your participation form to get started today.
Association participation in our national fundraising campaign is free.
Your members’ donations are tax deductible to the full extent allowed by law.
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