Will You Work in Concert to Help the Profession Perform?
Every day, you orchestrate sound strategies for your clients, stakeholders, and team members — always evolving to mitigate risks and promote an ethical culture. Formerly The IIA Research Foundation™, the Internal Audit Foundation was renamed to better reflect the continuous evolution of what both the Foundation and the internal audit profession provide. The new name captures the essence of why the Foundation was created back in 1976, to:
- Deliver timely, relevant thought leadership on emerging issues.
- Produce accessible educational partnerships, programs, and products.
- Fill the employment pipeline with qualified candidates.
- Provide diversified tools and research projects to expand knowledge globally.
As a charitable foundation, solely supported by donations, your generous contributions are instrumental for 40 more years of strengthening the Foundation’s awareness, reach, and goals — to diversify, globalize, and enrich our expansive bookstore, scholarships and grants, academic resources, and research projects..
How The Internal Audit Foundation Gives Back
Since 1976, the Foundation has developed hundreds of research projects and educational products focusing on the most critical issues and topics facing internal audit practitioners around the world. These projects help expand the global profession of internal auditing and empower practitioners to enhance their performance.
The Foundation’s academic funding currently supports programs within 48 universities worldwide. It has awarded more than $1.5 million in grants to universities around the globe to fund resource libraries, educator and student development, and scholarships for students in IAEP program schools.
We need your continued help to sustain the investment in developing the future of your profession. It is only possible because of your charitable donations — not IIA member dues. Make your tax-deductible donation and help orchestrate internal audit innovation along with contributions from fellow IIA members who are working in concert to help the profession perform.