Make a contribution to ACHF in honor of a retiree's years of dedicated service to the field of college health! A group of individuals may also combine their contributions to make a larger gift in honor of a colleague. A certificate will be presented to the honored retiree.
ACHF works to create and strengthen mutually beneficial relationships with for-profit entities interested in advancing the health of students through their college years and beyond. The ACHF "Partners for Wellness" [pdf] makes it possible for corporations to invest in college students through the allocation of their charitable contributions to the Foundation in the form of sustaining grant funding and other opportunities to support research, educational programs and special projects promoting college health. All for-profit entities working with and/or supporting college health are eligible to become members of this group with a minimum donation. We invite you to join us: "Partners for Wellness — Educating, Supporting and Healing."
We are grateful to a group of very special donors who made significant contributions to Campaign 2011 to help us reach our goal. In recognition of their generous support, these donors are now part of the "Legacy Honor Roll" [pdf] that lists the names of those who gave $10,000 or more to the campaign. Their names are being engraved on a permanent commenorative plaque, which will grace the halls of the ACHA national office and be displayed at future annual meetings. Thank you to all of our Legacy Honor Roll donors!
Recognizing the generosity of our donors is important. The foundation is grateful to all donors, large and small. Those contributing more than $500 to ACHF are recognized for the gift level at which they contributed and are listed on the right. ACHF is very grateful to these Major Donors who have made significant contributions to help build a foundation for the future of college health. Those contributing $500 to any of the ACHF funds are recognized as Distinguished Donors.
The names of all Major and Distinguished Donors will be on display at the ACHA Annual Meetings and printed in various publications.
Those who are interested in planning ahead by making a "leave behind gift" to the foundation through an estate plan, can do so by contacting the ACHF office for information on how to become part of the ACHF Bequest Society. This is a group of individuals that have included ACHF in their wills.
William Christmas, MD
Jay Cranston, MD
Connie Crihfield, MSN, CRNP
Ralph Manchester, MD
Barbara Reifler, CFRE
Clifford Reifler, MD
Drs. Bill and Peggy Ingram Veeser
Robert L. Ward, MSEd
J. Robert Wirag, HSD
All donors who contributed $2500 or more to ACHF were recognized at an ACHF breakfast at the ACHA Annual Meeting, Wednesday, June 26, 2013, at the Boston Marriott Copley Place in Boston, Massachusetts. These donors included individual, affiliate, and corporate donors.
All information concerning donors or prospective donors, including their names, addresses, and telephone numbers, the names of their beneficiaries, the amount of their gift, etc., shall be kept strictly confidential by the staff of the American College Health Foundation (ACHF) and members of its Board of Directors unless permission is obtained from the donor to release such information.
The exception to the above policy will be that, unless otherwise instructed by the donor, the names of those persons and organizations who have contributed to ACHF will automatically be included in a list of donors to be on display at ACHA annual meetings and on the ACHF webpage. Contribution amounts will not be specified but donor names will be grouped in various giving categories.