SSP Thanks 373 Individual & Organizational Contributors

The Generations Fund is celebrating its next milestone achievement—officially surpassing the three-quarters mark of its goal of $500,000. To date, 337 individuals and 36 organizations have donated to the Generations Fund, pushing the fund past the halfway mark to $386,000.

The fund is an endowment that will provide sustainable funding for the Society for Scholarly Publishing’s FellowshipMentoring, and Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Accessibility programs far into the future. After we reach our $500,000 goal, these programs are supported by the endowment’s invested funds without future fundraising. This will provide long-term, dependable resources for programs that advance workforce development and inclusion in the scholarly communications profession.

Most recently, significant Promoter Level commitments from Origin Editorial and Wiley have helped the Generations Fund close in on the $400,000 mark. Wiley and Origin Editorial join CCC and Springer Nature as the fund’s top supporters.

Nearly 100 new individual donors joined these organizations last year, swelling our community support to 373 members and friends. SSP will honor many of these generous donors at the upcoming 46th Annual Meeting in Boston, Massachusetts.

“Why did LibLynx support the Generations Fund? We had two reasons,” shares LibLynx CEO Tim Lloyd. “Firstly, because we directly benefit from the programs it supports. We hired an SSP Fellow. Secondly, we need to be intentional. Investing in the future of our industry doesn’t happen by default. It happens because we explicitly choose to do so. I encourage you to invest intentionally in the SSP Generations Fund.”

We would like to extend special acknowledgment to the following supporters:



Susan & Richard Kesner


Alison Mudditt

Jennifer Pesanelli

Jean P. & Mark Shipman

Madelene Sutton


Todd Carpenter

Angela Cochran

October Ivins

Byron Laws

Alice Meadows

William Wakeling

Visit the Generations Fund recognition page for a complete list of individual supporters!


Promoters ($15,000-29,999)

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Contributors ($5,000-14,999)

American Chemical Society

American Psychological Association



Cell Press/Elsevier

Delta Think




Research Solutions


Wolters Kluwer Health

Patrons ($1,000-4,999)

Access Innovations

American Geophysical Union

American Physical Society

Aries Systems

Cadmore Media

Clarke & Esposito



Emerald Publishing


Impact Journals



Lumina Datamatics

Newgen North America

Open Athens

Royal Society of Chemistry



Virtusales Publishing Solutions

You can join the generous organizations and individuals who have already pledged their support for the future of scholarly communications in a way that fits your lifestyle:

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1 Thought on "SSP’s Generations Fund Exceeds 75% Mark — Pulls Close to Goal"

Huge thanks to everyone that has supported the Generations Fund! Seeing how our fellows flourish in their careers after getting to know them during their time in the Fellowship Program is so rewarding.

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