Support the APhA Foundation this Holiday Season


We would like to take a moment to share simple words of gratitude with you.

Your commitment to our organization this year is deeply appreciated. We find encouragement knowing that you care about our work because you enable us to advance pharmacists’ patient care services. This gives us more reason to look forward to the promise and potential that 2022 may bring.

As the calendar year comes to a close and you consider where you can make one last impact, please remember that your engagement with the APhA Foundation matters to the patients we serve and to our profession.


Here's a few examples of what you can help accomplish by giving right now:

✔ Making the case for recognition of the value pharmacists provide and for obtaining compensation for pharmacist services;

✔ Innovations in pharmacy practice to help individuals receive the best care and best outcomes;

✔ National leadership in addressing chronic disease management and public health needs of individuals and communities; and

✔ Honoring pharmacists’ exceptional achievements in advancing patient care, providing grants that seed innovative pharmacy practice, and cultivating future pharmacy leaders through scholarship opportunities.


Increasing access to pharmacist-delivered services makes a difference and the APhA Foundation supports progress along the way. Your donation will help continue research and programs that help pharmacists address critical public health needs.


Important Deadlines

For your donations to the APhA Foundation to be credited in calendar year 2021, please take note of the dates indicated below.

  • Cash or check gifts must be received or postmarked by Dec. 31, 2021. To ensure timely processing, we strongly encourage the use of electronic payments.

  • Gifts of stock must be received into the Foundation’s brokerage account on or before Dec. 31, 2021. If you are planning to make a gift of securities, please contact us at so we can promptly and accurately acknowledge the donation.

  • Donors aged 70 1/2 or older can transfer up to $100,000 annually from their IRA accounts directly to qualified public charities without having to recognize the distribution as income.

  • CARES Act tax incentives when you give to charity extended through the end of 2021. More information here.