|Your donation to the Heart Failure Society of America will support the training and education of heart failure specialists, including early career and allied professionals.
HFSA supports a team approach for the appropriate management of heart failure patients to improve quality of life and improve outcomes. Funds raised will also support research grants and patient education.
HFSA provides a forum for all those interested in heart function, heart failure, and congestive heart failure (CHF) research and patient care and seeks to advance research and save lives.
If you prefer to donate by phone or mail, please see information here.
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 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.
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+)