Radio Club of America (RCA) is honored to announce its latest named endowment fund, dedicated solely to support RCA operations. The Howard (VE2AED) and Micheline (KM6FOH) Rosen Fund is being funded by long time members, Howard and Micheline Rosen. “It’s an absolute pleasure to support this club of very special members,” said Howard Rosen. “RCA is a hidden gem!”
“Howard and Micheline were inspired to create this fund after attending the 2017 RCA Awards Banquet in Pittsburgh,” said Tim Duffy, RCA President. “This endowment will make a critical difference in how quickly we progress with our many initiatives for young people, young wireless professionals and those in established careers. We encourage any member who is impressed with the operations of the club to make a tax-deductible donation earmarked to sustaining operations. Donations to support our day-to-day operations are critical to our future as an organization.”
Founded in 1909, the Radio Club of America is the oldest, most prestigious group of wireless communications professionals in the world, with members in many countries. Its members are dedicated to the wireless art and science for the betterment of society. The Radio Club of America is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, and all contributions made to RCA are tax-exempt. For more information, visit www.radioclubofamerica.org. The RCA 2018 Awards Banquet and Technical Symposium will be held on Saturday, November 17, at the Westin New York Times Square in New York City.