Ready to be part of something bigger than yourself? The Grace
Giving Club is a monthly giving program with your donation
going directly to serve the profession through workforce,
research and leadership. You can make a difference, every
The Grace Giving Club is affordable, exciting, provides sustained
support for the AHIMA Foundation’s program, and enables
you to join a community of supporters who understand the
importance of making a long-term commitment to the future of
Your monthly gift fosters the vitality of the profession and its
ability to evolve and adapt to the ever-changing healthcare
environment. Your donation will:
Provide educational opportunities through scholarship support
to those who excel in the health information field.
Grow a stronger workforce by modernizing and standardizing
training competencies to provide professionals with the
modern toolset they need.
Tackle vital health information research that stays ahead of
the curve and makes health information more efficient and
Strengthen the Foundation so that we can continue to advance
healthcare and those we serve.
Why Give Monthly?
It’s affordable because it fits your budget.
By giving monthly, you invest in what makes sense to you while
making an impact over the course of your professional career.
You decide when you start and when you end. It’s community.
(It serves our members).
Becoming a Grace Giving Club member allows you to join a
dedicated group of supporters who understand the importance
of making a sustaining commitment to provide workforce,
research and leadership to the profession. It’s sustained support.
(It plans for the future).
Monthly gifts enable us to invest in specific areas of our work,
expand our programs and innovate within to better serve the
profession because we know we have the ongoing support of the
Grace Giving Club community.
Why Give to the AHIMA Foundation?
The AHIMA Foundation is a 501(c)( 3) affiliate of AHIMA. The
AHIMA Foundation works with AHIMA to envision the future
of healthcare and prepare for that future with investments in
workforce development, research, leadership and innovative
strategies that will advance the profession and, ultimately, better
the lives of the healthcare consumers we serve.
As the health industry continues to change the Foundation
works with the profession to advance the accuracy, reliability,
and usefulness of health data and turning data into knowledge.
The AHIMA Foundation, with AHIMA and its members,
ensures that professionals are armed with the skills and tools
that turn data into the knowledge and knowledge that improves
health decision making.
The AHIMA Foundation Exists because of Supporters
AHIMA members, friends of the association, component state
associations, and corporate supporters all work and contribute
to support the Foundation and its tremendous work in the health
information industry. We offer meaningful opportunities to
donate and make an impact.
How You Can Help
Join the Grace Giving Club today by clicking on the “Make this
a recurring gift.” You can make an impact:
Donate to the Profession—Help us increase the number of
scholarships and award amounts to deserving students.
Donate to Vital Research—Tackle vital health information
research that helps the profession stay ahead of the curve and
makes health information more efficient and effective.
Donate to Transformitive Workforce—Help us lead a national
registered apprenticeship program in implementing modern
competencies for training and expand career opportunities.
Not ready to give monthly? Make a one-time donation to support
the AHIMA Foundation.
Grace Giving Club—Powering the Profession
AHIMA Foundation Acknowledges Memorial Gifts
The following gifts were made to the AHIMA Foundation
between May 10 through June 11, 2018.
In memory of Mark Dietz
In memory of Virginia G. Evans
Georgia Health Information Management Association
In memory of John Kloss
In memory of Bessie McGowan
North Carolina Health Information Management Association
In memory of those MaHIMA members who have
Massachusetts Health Information Management Association v