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ASH Foundation Gifts in Action

Every gift to the ASH Foundation is a vital philanthropic investment in ASH’s mission of helping hematologists conquer blood diseases worldwide. Donations of all amounts help sustain the future of hematology as a vibrant, flourishing career path in both academia and clinical practice. The ultimate beneficiaries of gifts to the ASH Foundation are patients battling blood diseases.

The ASH Foundation has disbursed more than $4.8 Million to enable ASH “to more” to enhance hematology worldwide.

Your Philanthropic Investments in Action

Through charitable support from the ASH Foundation, ASH is able to enhance and expand important hematology programs and pursue new, visionary initiatives.

Recent examples of ASH Foundation gifts in action include:

  • ASH Graduate Hematology Award: two additional awards to encourage graduate students to pursue a career in academic hematology (2022)
  • Health Volunteers Overseas Participants

    Health Volunteers Overseas participants. Learn more about ASH's Global Programs.

  • ASH Research Restart Award: eight awards to reduce the impact that the global COVID-19 pandemic response has had on the progression of research and careers for early career investigators in hematology (2021)
  • Bringing Sickle Cell Disease to Life Podcast Series: funding for a limited series podcast that dives into the past, present, and future of sickle cell disease (2021)
  • Funding for Site Assessments with the African Sickle Cell Disease Newborn Screening Consortium (starting with Ghana, Nigeria, and Tanzania in 2019)
  • ASH Global Research Award: three additional complete awards and two additional partial awards to support hematologists between completion of training and the establishment of their independent careers (2018-2021)
  • Health Professional ѻý & Training (HPET) Workshop to Expand Comprehensive Care Approaches for Adults Living with Sickle Cell Disease (2018-19)
  • ASH Minority Hematology Graduate Award (MHGA): three additional awards to encourage graduate students from historically underrepresented minority groups in the United States and Canada to pursue a career in academic hematology (2022)
  • ASH Minority Hematology Fellow Award (MHFA): one full and one partial award to encourage early-career researchers from historically underrepresented minority groups in the United States and Canada to pursue a career in academic hematology (2022)
  • Visitor Training Program (VTP), Latin American Training Program (LATP), and Health Volunteers Overseas (HVO): more than 40 additional awards/travel stipends provided (2017-19)

  • Help move hematology forward with a charitable gift to the ASH Foundation. or learn about other ways to give.