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PMITLH Guardian ad Litem Diaper Drive Initiative Update
Our Diaper Drive to support the Guardian ad Litem program is in full swing! A big thank you to all our chapter members who have placed donation boxes around Tallahassee to collect diapers and wipes or donated supplies or money. Donations are coming in, but there is still plenty of time to participate. This initiative will run through Nov 15, 2021.
Even one box of diapers, pull-ups, or wipes will be used and greatly appreciated. Use one of the drop box locations that PMITLH volunteers have set up - please see below image.
If you would like to donate funds, please consider the following options:
1. If you would like to donate gift cards, please send to: PMITLH, PO Box 15511, Tallahassee, FL 32317-5511
2. If you would like to donate money through PayPal, please click on the following link: Please add “PMITLH” in the notes section.
3. If you would like to donate money using Venmo, please send to @GuardianAdLitem-Foundation. Please answer “PMITLH” for the What’s it for question.
Guardian ad Litem (GAL) is a program that serves over 500 children in the Florida 2nd Circuit (Franklin, Gadsden, Jefferson, Leon, Liberty, and Wakulla counties) who are removed from their homes due to abuse or neglect.
GAL needs diapers and wipes in sizes from newborn to three years. With nearly three weeks left of the drive, there is still time to consider becoming a sponsor for one box and helping our children by expanding our list of drop box locations! Please reach out to Lonna Peterson for diaper delivery/pick-up logistics, at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or at 850-264-4897. She will orient you and will provide boxes for collection as needed.
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Your 2021 PMITLH Board of Directors is hard at work to improve your experience this year with the Project Management Institute, Tallahassee Chapter.  We're planning a number of training/educational opportunities, community-wide volunteer efforts, and other strategic goals based on the feedback you provided in December.  Please continue to monitor for more information, and email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with questions or suggestions. 

Please take a moment to read the brief bios below for each member of the Board; thank you!

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Important Information Regarding Chapter Membership Auto Renewal Changes:

  • Similar to a PMI Membership, when you complete a Chapter Membership purchase, your Chapter Membership will now be automatically opted-in for auto renew,
  • Your Chapter Membership will move onto the same cycle as your existing PMI Membership renewal cycle,
  • If you wish to opt out of the Chapter auto renewal post-purchase, you must opt out in your myPMI profile.
  • *Please note that Student and Retiree PMI Memberships require manual renewal -Auto renew is not an option.

To prevent a customer from buying a Chapter Membership twice or purchasing a Chapter Membership for an undesired short duration, there are new rules to restrict Chapter Membership purchases and improve the Chapter Membership experience:

  • When you attempt to purchase or renew a Chapter Membership you will be restricted from purchasing/renewing a Chapter Membership if you do not hold an active PMI Membership and/or do not have a Membership product in your Cart,
  • If you are a PMI Member who is eligible for renewal (i.e. in last 3 months of your current membership), you must have a PMI Membership renewal product in the Cart in order to purchase any Chapter Membership,
  • If you purchase a Chapter Membership after purchasing a PMI Membership, its renewal cycle will automatically align to the PMI Membership auto renewal cycle.

PDU Opportunities in the Tallahassee Chapter!!!!

Your Tallahassee PMI chapter is working to add a Blog to the website; you may have noticed it In Construction. More coming soon! 

 PDU Reminders:

  • Chapter members – write an article for the blog and submit it to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for consideration for posting. Articles posted can earn you PMI Create Content activity PDUs.
  • Chapter members who serve on the Board or on a committee can earn PDUs (hour for hour) for volunteer time through the PMI Volunteer activity,
  • Chapter members who speak/present virtually during a chapter meeting can earn PDUs (hour for hour of presentation time) through the PMI Give a Presentation activity,
  • General reminder to chapter members that you earn PDUs for attending chapter-organized meetings through the PMI Organization Meetings activity (you can enter the claim code for the specific meeting in the PMI Claim Code section or C287 claim code as described in the "How to Report PDUs" document posted on our website.
  • PDUs are subject to audit by PMI. Always remember you can reference the PMI certification requirements at
  •  If you’re retiring (first – CONGRATULATIONS!), you can apply for retired status with PMI and no longer have to submit PDUs. You must have been a certificate holder for 10 years minimum, wish to voluntarily relinquish active status, and no longer earn renumeration for practicing project management. Submit a written request to PMI by email (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) or fax (1 610 239 2257).


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