AADR Legacy Society
This society consists of individuals who have committed future assets, through estate and planned giving, to AADR, thereby ensuring support for future initiatives and growth of the Association.
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Support of the AADR Mission
Donate now towards AADR's Mission.
The AADR is the only professional organization positioned to support and represent the oral health research community, provide scientific career development, increase opportunities for scientific exchange, advance research in all sciences related to oral health, facilitate the application of research findings, and advocate for oral health research. Help AADR to advance these initiatives with your donation.
AADR Government Affairs Advocacy Contribution
Donate now to support AADR Advocacy.
The AADR Government Affairs Committee (GAC) promotes policies and programs that strive to make oral health research a national priority. Your contribution will be used to support AADR's efforts of studying national affairs and advising leadership on developments that might affect dental research. Learn more here.
(Your contribution is matched up to $1 million by AADR!)
Gifts made to and held in these Board-designated funds will establish and activate a restricted endowment upon meeting the minimum funding amount through outright gifts. No fellowships will be awarded until the year following the fund reaching the prescribed minimum amount. When the endowment fund activates, the original funds and any additional principal cannot be withdrawn, expended, or otherwise exhausted.
AADR Endowment – Anne D. Haffajee Fellowship
Donate Now to the Anne D. Haffajee Fellowship
This Fellowship was created in recognition of Dr. Haffajee’s many contributions to clinical research in Periodontology and Oral Biology and her prominence as a female leader and role model in the field. The immediate goal of this fellowship is to support women researchers at the early stages of their scientific careers.
Fellowship reached an important endowment milestone in 2016, which enabled the
first fellowship to be awarded in 2017! Donations continue to be solicited so
that the fellowship award amount can keep pace with inflation, be increased,
and/or that additional fellowships be awarded.
Learn more here.
AADR Endowment – William Butler Fellowship
Donate Now to the William Butler Fellowship
The William (Bill) Butler Fellowship was created in recognition of Dr. Butler’s many contributions to research in mineralized tissues and his prominence as a leading mentor and role model in the field. The immediate goal of this fellowship is to support researchers at the early stages of their scientific careers. The long term objective of this fellowship is to increase the representation of mineralized tissue researchers at the higher ranks in science and academia and who will serve as the future mentors in this field. Learn more here.
AADR Endowment – AADR New Investigator Grant Program
Donate Now to the AADR New Investigator Grant Program
This grant will recognize original research by new investigators and is designed to stimulate basic research in all dental research disciplines. One grant per year will be awarded in the amount of $10,000 that must be put towards the candidate’s post-doctoral research, establishment of their laboratories, the completion of a research project or preparing research for publication. Learn more here.
AADR General Operating Endowment
Donate Now to the AADR General Operating Endowment
These funds would be used as general AADR operating support to offset the day-to-day operating costs and to further the mission of the AADR. This important endowment will help keep the Association’s membership dues at a low level. No funds will be spent from these contributions until the endowment is activated at $100,000, and will follow the AADR Endowment Spending Policy and will be subject to the AADR Gift Acceptance Policy.
For more information about supporting AADR please contact:
Sheri S. Herren, Strategic Programs Manager
International & American Associations for Dental Research
1619 Duke Street, Alexandria, VA 22314-3406, USA
T: +1.703.299.8094 | F: +1.703.548.1883 | E: firstname.lastname@example.org