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Your donation to the Heart Failure Society of America will support research and travel grants,  the training and education of heart failure specialists, education and awareness programs, and will help fulfill our mission to provide a platform to improve and expand heart failure care through collaboration, education, innovation, research and advocacy.

HFSA Priority Programs

Research & Travel Grants

These grants provide financial support for basic, clinical and population-based research related to heart failure and offers the opportunity for researchers to present their findings to the heart failure community. Travel grants give early career professionals (physicians, scientists, nurses and pharmacists) the opportunity to attend the HFSA Annual Scientific Meeting.
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Future Leaders in Heart Failure Program

This program is an amazing opportunity for early career physicians, nurses and pharmacists to interact with national and international leaders in heart failure. The program’s purpose is to enlighten and encourage young professionals to follow a career path in heart failure.
Support the Future Leaders in Heart Failure Program >>

Education & Awareness Initiatives 

HFSA offers a variety of educational and awareness programs for healthcare professionals, patients and the general public. These programs include CME and non-CME programs for professionals, community based education for patients, printed educational resources on heart failure, and Heart Failure Awareness Week in February.
Support Education & Awareness Initiatives>>

General Support

HFSA provides many resources and services for the healthcare professional, patients and families affected by heart failure and the general public. Your support will help fulfill our mission to provide a platform to improve and expand heart failure care through collaboration, education, innovation, research and advocacy.
Make a General Donation to the HFSA >>

If you prefer to make a donation by mail or fax, please use the HFSA Donation Form. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us at (301) 312-8635 or at info@hfsa.org.

Alternative Ways to Support HFSA

Shop for a Cause

In addition to online donations, there are other ways you can support our mission. Go through any of the following links before doing any online shopping and HFSA will receive a percentage from each sale.

AmazonSmile
AmazonSmile is a simple, automatic way for you to support the Heart Failure Society of America every time you shop, at no additional cost to you. When you shop at smile.amazon.com, you’ll find the exact same low prices, selection and shopping experience as Amazon.com, with the added bonus that Amazon will donate 0.5% of the purchase price to HFSA. To get started, just create your free AmazonSmile account and select the Heart Failure Society of America as your charity to support.

iGive
Every time you shop at any of the 1,000+ online stores in the iGive network, a portion of the money you spend benefits Heart Failure Society of America. It’s a free service, and you’ll never pay more when you reach a store through iGive. In fact, smart shoppers will enjoy iGive’s repository of coupons, free shipping deals, and sales.

To get started, just create your free iGive account here.

 

Thank you Donors!

The Heart Failure Society of America (HFSA) would like to thank and recognize those individuals who have made contributions to the society in September 2016 through October 2017. Through your generous support, HFSA can continue to improve the lives of heart failure patients everywhere.

Sept. 2016 – Oct. 2017

Top Donors ($500+)
In alphabetical order

  • Javed Butler, MD, MPH, FHFSA
  • Cynthia Chauhan, MSW
  • John Chin, MD, FHFSA
  • Uri Elkayam, MD, FHFSA
  • Joseph Hill, MD, FHFSA
  • Marvin Konstam, MD, FHFSA
  • Brandt McKee
  • Christopher O’Connor, MD, FACC, FESC, FHFSA
  • Amber Turner
  • Eugene Wolfel, MD

Donors
In alphabetical order

  • 2016-2017 HFSA Board of Directors
    • Nancy M. Albert, RN, PhD, FHFSA
    • Susan Ammon, RN, MS, FNP, FHFSA
    • Biykem Bozkurt, MD, FACC, FHFSA
    • Javed Butler, MD, MPH, FHFSA
    • Cynthia Chauhan, MSW
    • Sean Collins, MD, MSc, FHFSA
    • Mark Drazner, MD, MSc, FHFSA
    • Joseph Hill, MD, FHFSA
    • Jonathan G. Howlett, MD, FHFSA, FRCPC, FACC
    • Corrine Y. Jurgens, PhD, RN, FHFSA
    • David E. Lanfear, MD, MS, FHFSA
    • JoAnn Lindenfeld, MD, FHFSA
    • Paul J. Mather, MD, FACC, FAHA, FHFSA, FESC, FACP
    • Mandeep R. Mehra, MD, FHFSA
    • Christopher O’Connor, MD, FHFSA
    • J. Herbert Patterson, PharmD, FHFSA
    • Sara Paul, DNP, FNP, FHFSA
    • Jonathan D. Rich, MD
    • Randall Starling, MD, MPH, FHFSA
    • Wai Hong Wilson Tang, MD
    • John Teerlink, MD, FHFSA
  • Jaime Abreu
  • Affiliated Anesthesiologists
  • Chetan Bhardwaj, MD
  • Michele Blair
  • Marsha Branch
  • Shauna Brown, MSL, PCMH CCE
  • Limei Cheng, PhD
  • Anne Cimon
  • Johanna Contreras, MD, MSc, FHFSA
  • Jeffrey Crosby
  • George Willam Dec, MD
  • Jessica Deering
  • Joanna Denny
  • Curtiss Diehl
  • Danielle DiGennaro, MSN, ARNP
  • Margret Diston
  • Kenneth Dizon, DO
  • Cynthia Dy
  • David & Meredith Griffin
  • Patrice Guzman
  • Karol Harshaw-Ellis, DNP, FHFSA
  • Lisa Jackson
  • Dan Kendall
  • Prateeti Khazanie, MD
  • Michael Kochman
  • Carla Kurkjian
  • Darryl Lancing
  • Ann Laramee, MS, ANP-BC, ACNS-BC, CHFN, ACHPN, FHFSA
  • Anna Leong
  • Amanda Long
  • Jacob Mahoney
  • Kenneth Margulies, MD, FHFSA
  • Patrick McGary, CAE
  • Fred McLeod
  • Dennis McNamara, MD, MS
  • Gina Mentzer, MD, FHFSA
  • Gordon Moe, MD
  • Talita Nakano
  • Anju Nohria, MD
  • Lisa Rathman, MSN, CRNP, CCRN, CHFN
  • Betty Reimbold
  • Richard Runkel
  • Eli Sananes
  • Thomas Schleeter, MD
  • Richard Shehane, MD, FHFSA, FACC
  • Vincent Smith
  • Amy Spurr
  • Lynne Stevenson, MD
  • Mark Tallman, MD
  • Kenneth Taylor
  • Lisa Tietje
  • Theresa Walkup
  • Rachel Wells, MSN
  • Bobbi White
  • Marci Wilhelm
  • James Young, MD
 

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