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Become an AAPD Power Broker

The AAPD Power Brokers are a leadership circle of donors deeply committed to protecting disability rights and ensuring all people with disabilities have a powerful, unified voice in Congress and their communities throughout the country. AAPD Power Brokers are the financial backbone and foundation of AAPD, with gifts totaling $1,200 or more annually.

Through their generous investment, AAPD Power Brokers are promoting equal opportunity, economic power, independent living and political participation for people with disabilities.

AAPD Power Brokers receive:

•    Recognition on AAPD website
•    Dedicated Development team staff member
•    Special advance invitations to AAPD events and quarterly CEO calls
•    Membership in our Justice for All network
•    Power Broker Welcome Kit
•    Additional benefits listed below

Join the Power Brokers

Platinum Powerbroker

Gifts totaling $10,000 annually ($833 monthly gift)
•    8 tickets to the annual Power Broker Anniversary Celebration and GALA Kickoff in September 2013

Gold Powerbroker

Gifts totaling $5,000 annually ($416 monthly gift)
•    6 tickets to the annual Power Broker Anniversary Celebration and GALA Kickoff in September 2013

Silver Powerbroker

Gifts totaling $2,500 annually ($208 monthly gift)
•    4 tickets to the annual Power Broker Anniversary Celebration and GALA Kickoff in September 2013

Bronze Powerbroker

Gifts Totaling $1,200 annually ($100 monthly gift)
•    2 tickets to the annual Power Broker Anniversary Celebration and GALA Kickoff in September 2013

Join the Power Brokers! Click here to become an AAPD Power Broker

For questions regarding the AAPD Power Broker program please email Zeenia Irani at Zirani@aapd.com.

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