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SVS Foundation - Direct your donation to your area of interest
The SVS Foundation is committed to the public's vascular health. We accomplish this by funding basic and clinical research, community outreach through members in community practice, and prevention and awareness through patient education.
The SVS Foundation’s mission is: To optimize the vascular health and well-being of patients and the public through support of research that leads to discovery of knowledge and innovative strategies, as well as education and programs, to prevent and treat circulatory disease.
Learn about our mission
SVS Foundation Gala at VAM
More Information can be found at: https://vascular.org/2020-vascular-annual-meeting/about/svs-foundation-gala
Please support the work of the Foundation and make a contribution today. We invite you to select the area of interest you would like to support.
Donate to the SVS Foundation
Click one of the funds below to donate. You can make a one-time donation or set up a recurring credit card payment. Donating online is easy; you can also donate via mail.
Greatest Need (Annual Fund)
Support SVS Foundation programs when and where needs arise. Gifts to this unrestricted fund will ensure that there will always be a resource to address the projects that need funding.
Awareness and Prevention (Community Health Initiatives)
Support our expanded mission in disease prevention, patient education and public awareness. Help fund our new Community Awareness and Prevention Project Grants to be awarded to community-based vascular surgeons for innovative, community-based initiatives.
Support SVS Foundation’s core mission – to fund crucial vascular research that improves patient health. Our awards support vascular surgeon scientists, clinical researchers, residents and medical students and focus on encouraging research in critical areas of vascular disease.
Disaster Relief Fund
Support Disaster Relief Fund programs that provide short-term emergency assistance and longer-term aid for vascular surgery practices and vascular patients in disaster-devastated communities.
Alexander W. Clowes Distinguished Lecture Fund
Honor the memory of our colleague and internationally recognized vascular surgeon-scientist, Dr. Alexander W. Clowes, by contributing to support the annual lecture at the Vascular Research Initiatives Conference.
Contribute by Mail. Please make checks payable to SVS Foundation and designate the area of interest in the memo field, and mail to:
35312 Eagle Way
Chicago, IL 60678-1353