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In Memory of 

Marion R. (Ralph) Griffin, Jr. MAI, AI-GRS

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The South Carolina Chapter of the Appraisal Institute has been blessed with an anonymous donation of $5,000, with a specific focus on scholarship funds. The donor’s intent with this generous donation was to assist with the financial responsibility of the various education courses required in the designation process. The donor’s desire was to give back, out of their own appreciation and success, to those working towards an Appraisal Institute designation and the local chapter that supports them.

In Memory of M. Ralph Griffin, Jr., MAI, AI-GRS, we are calling for South Carolina Chapter Appraisal Institute (SCCAI) Professionals to match this level of generosity. The donor has made the contribution without any specific contingencies but has asked that the membership work to match and or exceed the donation amount.

Considering this opportunity, we are asking for a minimum donation of $25 from each SCCAI Professional. As you are able, please consider this donation amount as a starting point. We are hopeful to expand this scholarship fund and provide this as a lasting benefit to those in our chapter that are working diligently towards their designation. We will work to make this a simple process and will communicate with our membership the various ways to donate, as we understand the time constraints in the current business climate.

Thank you in advance for joining us in this opportunity to give back to those who are in the beginning stages or are looking to further their appraisal careers. This fund has been named after M. Ralph Griffin, Jr., MAI, AI-GRS, who gave his time, talent, and treasure to the appraisal industry and specifically the SC Chapter of the Appraisal Institute. We would like to honor Ralph in making this fund support those that would follow in his footsteps.

The M. Ralph Griffin, Jr. Scholarship Fund is primarily for practicing affiliates and candidates for designation, who are attending education courses from the Appraisal Institute and are working toward earning an Appraisal Institute designation. The scholarship criteria and application form will provide specific guidance but the candidate should outline some level of need and detail the current and planned path toward designation. The spirit of this scholarship is to assist in the financial responsibilities of the overall designation process.