Our Generous Donors Make All the Difference!
This holiday season, the President of the Board of Directors of CMF and the Executive Director of CMSA are teaming up to match donations to CMF, now through January 6th*. This means your donation can go twice as far to provide scholarships to case managers in need, awards for recognition and practice improvement, and research grants to demonstrate the impact case managers have on the lives of their patients and the health care industry.
The Case Management Foundation shares your commitment to building a valuable, viable, visible case management industry. You can help us achieve these worthwhile goals by contributing to CMF today! Your tax-deductible donation is an investment in the development of case management. Change the face of the industry while changing the lives of case managers and their clients.
Donors may choose to contribute to one or more of the following three CMF funds:
- GENERAL FUND
- HONORARY FUND: Honor friends or family, special events or causes
- MEMORIAL FUND: Recognize and remember late case managers, their family members, or friends of the case management community
Donor Relations & Levels
All donors will receive electronic acknowledgement of their donation. Donors at the Sustaining Associate level (amounts at and over $1,000) will be recognized by name on the CMF website, unless the donor indicates in writing that they wish to remain anonymous. All other information obtained by CMF about donors will be held in the strictest confidence. CMF will honor donor wishes in regard to publication or other forms of recognition.
CMF is a charitable 501(c)(3) organization, and your contribution is tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.
- Foundation Partner: contributions of $5,000 or more
- Foundation Associate: contributions between $1,000 - $4,999
- Foundation Friend: contributions between $500 - $999
At this time, the Foundation accepts cash and marketable securities. Other types of gifts must be reviewed by the Board of Directors prior to acceptance due to the special liabilities they may pose for the Foundation. Examples of gifts which will be subject to review include gifts of real property and gifts of personal property.
The Foundation encourages donors to consult their financial advisors to plan the best avenue for charitable contributions to the Foundation.