Where Dues Stop and Philanthropy Begins
Funding research opportunities, humanitarian and international programs, and improving quality and patient care outcomes that would not otherwise be possible.
Ensuring the future of the specialty through endowed lectures, research grants, International Visiting Scholarships (IVS), and humanitarian grants as well as providing opportunities specific to residents, young physicians, women, and promoting diversity of the specialty.
The AAO-HNS foundation is the philanthropic arm of the Academy.
125 Strong Campaign
Ensuring the AAO-HNSF raises the funds needed to complement our existing programs is a major component of shaping the specialty’s next 125 years and beyond. The 125 Strong Campaign is a fundraising effort designed and driven by practicing otolaryngologists and will provide funds for programs for otolaryngologists locally, regionally, nationally, and internationally.
WHO are our AAO-HNS foundation Donors?
Our donors are the building blocks of the AAO-HNS foundation and play a critical role in ensuring the stability of the specialty today and the advancement of the specialty for generations to come.
WHY Donate to the foundation?
Ten ways your donation will be used today and tomorrow. By donating to the AAO-HNS foundation, you are supporting your specialty.
HOW can you Donate to the foundation?
Support the AAO-HNS foundation today by donating to the Annual Fund. Support the future of the specialty by donating to the Hal Foster, MD Endowment.
WHAT is the Millennium Society?
Millennium Society donors receive exclusive benefits with a $1,000 donation to the Annual Fund or with a $5,000 donation to the Hal Foster, MD Endowment.
Contribute to the foundation
“I’ve always felt that we weren’t put on this earth just to be takers. We need to be givers. And for the success of our organization, I felt it was my responsibility to contribute back, because I’ve had so much given to me through the organization.”
Thomas B. Logan, MD
Additional Giving Information
Planned giving provides you with a way to make a significant charitable gift and in creating a permanent legacy, ensuring the future of the specialty for generations to come.
Humanitarian work can be a refreshing change from the frustrations of clinical practice and can be intensely rewarding. It can help to remind us of our motivation for choosing medicine as our life’s work.