The 2019 WLIA Foundation silent auction was a success again this year. Through the bidding of conference attendees, the auction brought in $4,066.00. That is an increase of over $700 from last year’s auction! When combined with the… Read More
Donations have begun rolling in for the WLIA Annual Conference Silent Auction. A couple of cool sports-related items that were delivered this week are this 2018 Packers team autograph embossed football and four tickets to a Lakeshore Chinooks… Read More
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New this year!!! We are bringing fundraising for the Damon Anderson Memorial Scholarship to the 2018 Spring Regional Meeting! Help us to help more “kids” achieve their dreams to enter the land information community. We will be having… Read More
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In 2004, WLIA created a scholarship fund that has been used to help Wisconsin students further their goals in the land records profession. Through the WLIA Foundation, the association awards scholarships typically ranging between $500 and $1,000 for… Read More
The mission of the WLIA Foundation, Inc. is to provide educational opportunities, materials, and scholarships that further promote the development and use of integrated land information systems. The scholarship fund has been used to help Wisconsin students further… Read More
Like you, this time of year I receive a ton of solicitations seeking end-of-the-year donations. In most cases, I appreciate the friendly reminder that the tax year is coming to a close, and I better get my charitable… Read More
The WLIA Foundation, Inc. is proud to announce they are now accepting applications for the 2014 Damon Anderson Memorial Scholarship Awards. We will be awarding several $1,000 scholarships for the 2014-2015 academic school year, along with a one year student membership in the Wisconsin Land Information Association (WLIA).