Horace A. Moses Society | Junior Achievement of North Florida

The Horace A. Moses Society

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All donations are gratefully accepted and fully used to support and expand JA programs in our community.

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The Horace A. Moses Society was founded in 2004 as Junior Achievement of North Florida's elite giving club to recognize donors who generously invested in our community's young people through JA over a five-year period.
Horace Moses was one of the founders of Junior Achievement and served as Chairman of JA for 27 years. Only months before his death, he led a major fund drive by pledging $100,000 ($1.37 million in 2016 dollars) and, with the Board of Directors, determined that autonomous and independent franchises would be created in cities or counties where conditions warranted.
The Board agreed that each JA area would manage its own programs and be supported by corporations, individuals, and foundations. Further, they stipulated that JA Inc. and its franchised areas would not seek more than 10% of their funds from local, state, and Federal Government. These policies prevail to this day.
Junior Achievement of North Florida was chartered in 1963 and is proud to recognize the 2017 Horace Moses Society donors who empower us to achieve Horaces Moses' vision and legacy in North Florida.
The 2017 Horace Moses Society recognizes cumulative investments of $5,000 or more between 2009 and 2015. Junior Achievement of North Florida's impact would not be possible without the financial support of the community. We appreciate all contributions and extend our sincerest gratitude to the Horace Moses Society donors for their generosity.
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