The Foundation could not fund programs and studies or have an impact on the workforce in post-acute & long-term care practice without the support of individuals and organizations that share our mission.
The Foundation relies not only on support received from individual donations, but also from our corporate and state chapter sponsors.
Contributions to the Foundation can be made online or by making a mail-in donation.
Other Ways You Can Support the Foundation
Honor your family, friends, colleagues by making a gift to the Foundation.
When you make a tribute donation, your loved one will receive an acknowledgment letting them know about the gift in their name. [DONATE NOW!]
Make regular, ongoing donations to allow us to do our critical work.
You can leave a legacy by planning your bequest to the Foundation. You can put your donation to work today and leave a legacy for years to come.
Through planned giving, individuals can arrange gifts to be made at a future date, helping to support the long-term goals of the Foundation. Planned giving may also provide tax benefits to you now, to your estate and even provide income throughout your lifetime.
Gift of Stock or Property
When you give appreciated assets, you avoid paying capital-gains tax on the increased value of your stock. You may also be entitled to a charitable deduction based on the stock’s current value.
Please notify the Foundation of your intention to make a gift of stock and/or property.
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Many employers will match tax-deductible charitable contributions made by their employees. Donate and double your impact with your employer’s matching gift.
The Foundation partners with the Amazon Smile Program. When you shop on Amazon and designate the Foundation as your charity, the Foundation receives a portion of each purchase price.
In addition to monetary donations, our volunteers donate hundreds of hours of their time to support the Foundation’s mission. All contributors are acknowledged at AMDA’s Annual Conference and on our website.
Development Committee – The principal duties of the Foundation Development Committee are to raise funds sufficient to provide financial resources for the programs and services the Board has identified.
Futures Committee – The committee works to identify and secure financial resources for this important workforce program.
Finance Committee – The members formulate and recommend financial policies as well as provide oversight of the Foundation’s finances.