For the next several months, the Monitor will feature psychology's leaders whose vision, time and financial support have made APF a major philanthropic organization for psychology.
Mathilda B. Canter, PhD
"One reason why I've chosen, over the years, to contribute to APF is that by doing so I've been able to make at least a small statement of support for a broad spectrum of programs that could not have been implemented without gifts, both small and large, to the foundation. Another reason is trust. I trust the APF to administer its funds efficiently, and I trust its trustees to understand enough about psychology, psychologists and our society, so that they will--and do--disperse their discretionary funds wisely, for projects that advance psychology for human welfare."
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