You have several meaningful opportunities to give and make an impact:
Annual Giving Program
The AHIMA Foundation's Annual Giving Program advances the Foundation’s key causes: access to health information, workforce development, education and scholarships, and research projects.
Your company can benefit by supporting and sponsoring AHIMA Foundation and AHIMA programs and initiatives.
Leaving a Legacy
The AHIMA Foundation can help you achieve your financial and estate plans through giving opportunities to fulfill your current and future needs.
"I have accepted a full-time position at Michigan Health Information Network as an Operations Analyst."
- Maegen Myers, AHIMA Foundation Merit Scholarship
"I am so grateful. This money will help me pay for textbooks for the upcoming semesters."
- Alyssa Dugan, AHIMA Foundation Merit Scholarship
"The apprenticeship program proved to be a great employee development opportunity for both the employees/apprentices and the managers/mentors."
- Shalina Richie, RHIA, HIM Coordinator & Privacy Officer
"It is my promise that I will continue to learn and gain knowledge to aid me in being a great HIM professional."
- Mariah Hilton, AHIMA Foundation Merit Scholarship
"I plan on pursuing a Masters Degree in Health Administration. This award will help me continue to succeed in my career in HIM."
- Alyssa E. Spiteri, AHIMA Foundation Merit Scholarship
"I am a first-generation college student and I am incredibly grateful to be receiving this scholarship."
- Allie Marttila, AHIMA Foundation Merit Scholarship
"Your generous support is of great help as I pursue my dream of returning to school to attain my first college degree."
- laine Ahmed, AHIMA Foundation Merit Scholarship
Provide Greater Financial Security
Health data is a vital element of health care, including efforts to curb the pandemic.
By doing their jobs effectively, health Information professionals, enable providers more time to focus on patient care. Health Information professionals are making a tremendous difference as our world tries to curb COVID-19.