The Rheumatology Research Foundation is the charitable arm of the ACR, advancing research and training to improve the health of people living with rheumatic disease. Thanks to the continued support of ACR and ARP members, the Foundation is the largest private funding source for rheumatology research and training programs in the U.S. In all, the Foundation has committed more than $170 million directly to research and training since its establishment in 1985.
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However, the Foundation’s work is far from complete. To help recruit the best and brightest in the field, train rheumatology professionals in all career stages and support investigators conducting innovative research, the Foundation relies on you, our ACR and ARP members. Contributions to the Foundation directly affect the lives of people with rheumatic diseases.
This December, the Foundation has set an end-of-year goal to raise $100,000. To make a donation and help transform the future for millions of people living with rheumatic disease, visit www.rheumresearch.org/donate.
Thank you for considering the Foundation among your charitable priorities. Our work is only possible because of you. Together, we are shifting the landscape of rheumatology.