Why give to the AHIMA Foundation?
The AHIMA Foundation relies on the generous donations from AHIMA members, friends of the association, Component State Associations (CSAs) and corporate supporters to continue our important work in supporting and growing the health information industry. The Foundation is grateful for designated gifts to areas of particular interest to each donor. We also encourage donors to consider an unrestricted gift: unrestricted giving is critical to building the Foundation’s infrastructure and allows the Foundation the flexibility to direct the funding to the area of greatest need.
There are many meaningful opportunities to give and make an impact:
Annual Giving Program:
The AHIMA Foundation's Annual Givng Program supports Merit Scholarships and other important professional development programs.
Your company can benefit from partnering with and sponsoring AHIMA Foundation and AHIMA programs and initiatives.
Leaving a Legacy
The AHIMA Foundation can help you achieve your financial and estate plans by providing giving opportunities that will fulfill your current and future needs.
Ensure that your legacy lives on in the health information profession forever by endowing a scholarship or program. Endowments retain the principal of the fund and the interest is used to support what matters most to you.
You may designate your contribution to any of our programs and scholarship endowment funds by adding a note once you choose "other" in the drop down box in the online donation form. Below are few of our highlighted endowments new for 2015-2016.
This popular event takes place each year at the AHIMA Annual Convention, with all proceeds going directly to the AHIMA Foundation Merit Scholarship Program.
There are numerous ways to give to the AHIMA Foundation. Give in the manner that is most convenient – and even beneficial – to you or your organization. Learn more about ways to make a gift.
The AHIMA Foundation is a 501(c)(3) charity. In accordance with the standards established by the Association of Fundraising Professionals, the AHIMA Foundation adheres strictly to the Donor Bill of Rights.