How to Contribute
The foundation gratefully accepts contributions of all sizes. However, those contributing $500, $1,000 or more to ACHF are given special recognition. See Recognizing Donors.
Make a contribution to ACHF in honor of a retiree's years of dedicated service to the field of college health! A group of individuals may also combine their contributions to make a larger gift in honor of a colleague. A certificate will be presented to the honored retiree.
It's easy to make a contribution to ACHF.
You can become part of our Distinguished donor program by making a one-time contribution of $500 or more to any of the foundation funds. Or, you can make arrangements with the ACHF office to make contributions through pledge payments to be paid over a period of time to complete the total amount.
You can make a major contribution to the foundation and the future of college health by becoming a Major Donor. These are individuals or organizations that contribute $1,000 or more to ACHF.
Your institution can make a significant contribution to ACHF by combining several smaller donations made by staff members, which can then be given in the name of the institution.
What types of contributions does ACHF accept?
ACHF accepts contributions in several forms including, cash, transferred stock, life insurance policies, pledge payments and bequests. Individuals wishing to provide support to ACHF through a bequest but have already completed their wills can do so easily and inexpensively by adding a codicil.
Make a contribution online or make check payable to ACHF and mail to:
American College Health Foundation
1362 Mellon Road, Suite 180
Hanover, MD 21076
Under most circumstances, contributions to ACHF are tax-deductible. Receipts are automatically provided for all contributions over $250. Receipts for contributions less than $250 are available upon request.