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The APS Foundation has a variety of
where donors can direct their contributions. Not sure where to give?
Consider directing your fund to the general APS Endowment for future initiatives. You can make your donation
or fill out and
print the donation form
. Your contribution is tax deductible if you are a U.S. citizen and itemize.
Create Opportunities For:
Future leaders of APS―graduate students and early-career plant pathologists―to become actibely involved and engaged in the society through participation in our annual meetings;
Member involvement in APS priorities, such as innovative teaching and international programs;
APS to become the go-to source for creating and communicating public policy efforts at the national level that assure food and energy safety and security while sustaining natural resources and environmental quality;
APS members to connect throughout the discipline and enhance their professional experience.
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Establish a Fund
The APS Foundation is always interested in working with you to establish new funds for focused initiatives.
Contact the APS Foundation Chair
to discuss your ideas or to find out about the new opportunities the Foundation is focusing on.
You could also designate your donation to be used to establish a new Student Travel Fund, an overview is provided here of the
and requirements for establishment.
Contributions accumulate over time and donor status changes when a higher honorary level is reached. Contributors are recognized in Phytopathology News and
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