The Truman Scholars Association is comprised of all recipients of the Harry S. Truman Scholarship. The mission of the Truman Scholars Association is to sustain and empower the community of Truman Scholars and to strengthen the commitment to public service in all its forms through intellectual, personal and professional development. The Truman Scholars Association strives to open lines of communication between those individuals to benefit scholars, society and the legacy of President Harry S. Truman.
All Truman Scholars are automatically members of the Truman Scholars Association and are encouraged to remain actively involved.
The Truman Scholars Association collaborates closely with the separate, congressionally chartered, Harry S. Truman Scholarship Foundation, which awards scholarships and also sponsors programs for Truman Scholars and others across the country. The Truman Scholars Association and the Truman Scholarship Foundation endeavor to collaborate closely, including in fundraising. Information about directly supporting the Truman Scholarship Foundation can be found by clicking https://www.truman.gov/our-mission/how-you-can-help/
Support for the Truman Scholars Association helps support program activities of the Truman Scholars Association, such as finalist dinners, regional meetings, communication with and among Truman Scholars, and continuing to raise the Truman Scholarship ideal of being a beacon for public service. Your donation supports the Truman Scholars Association’s ongoing ability to promote and advance those goals.
If you don’t want to donate online, checks to “Truman Scholars Association”, can be sent to:
Truman Scholars Association
1923 Duffield Lane
Alexandria VA 22307
Donations to the Truman Scholars Association, a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) charitable organization, are deductible to the extent allowed by law for computing income and estate taxes.