noun: pillar; plural noun: pillars
1. a tall vertical structure of stone, wood, or metal, used as a support for a building, or as an ornament or monument.
2. a person or thing regarded as reliably providing essential support for something 


The NCIHC is pleased to announce the launch of the “Pillar” program – an opportunity for “the rest of us” to demonstrate their commitment to, and appreciation of, the work of the Council.  Soon you will see a new feature on the NCIHC website – the NCIHC Pillars. 

Who/What are the NCIHC Pillars?
They are YOU! 
Just as pillars provide support for a building, it is people like YOU who provide essential support to the work of the NCIHC. 

Traditionally, the NCIHC has engaged in little fundraising outside of the sponsorships of the Annual Membership Meeting. 

However, we believe that if asked, many of you would be willing to donate a small amount of money -- $20 – to become an official NCIHC Pillar. 

What do you get for $20? 
Your name will be included on the NCIHC website as a Pillar.
If you choose to say something about your donation, you are free to provide up to 140 characters of text (equal to a Tweet) that will accompany your name. 
Become a Pillar today!

For those who donate early, your names will also be included on this year’s Interpretini/Language Access Champion Award Reception booklet.  This year’s Language Access Champion is Erika Shell Castro.  This is a great way to congratulate Erika as well as all previous Language Access Champions. 

Enjoy the NCIHC Facebook page?  Or other social media?  Here’s an easy way to say thanks!

We hope that you will join us in supporting the NCIHC.  Become a Pillar today! 

Contact info@ncihc.org

Meet the NCIHC Pillars



Click here to become a Pillar today!