The American College of Phlebology Foundation (ACPF) welcomes the support of all parties, organizations, or individuals interested in advancing the specialty of phlebology.
All committed funding is the responsibility of the ACPF Board of Directors to properly administer, govern, and award via an open grant process, or apply to Foundation operations.
Unrestricted grants and/or capital investments are the preferred methods of supporting the mission, vision, and purpose of the Foundation; however, no donation will be declined without an initial review of the donor’s interest, intent, and a formal conversation regarding the Foundation’s policy between its leadership and the prospective donor.
Donations are made through a pledge statement. The total value of the pledge can be realized across multiple years, but may not exceed five (5) years. All pledges can be fulfilled according to the donor’s discretion as long as a Schedule of Support accompanies the Statement of Intent.
The American College of Phlebology Foundation (ACPF) will recognize all donors according to established recognition programs adopted by the Board of Directors relative to the level of a donors support.
The Foundation is responsible for providing public documentation of the usage of all received funds annually.
All funding received and investments made by the Foundation meet with the published ethical guidelines of the following:
- Donor Bill of Rights
- ACP Board of Directors
All potential supporters of the ACPF’s mission, vision, and purpose should contact the Foundation office to discuss your interests.