November 21, 2016
What could a TMA Membership mean for you, your practice, and your patients
Help your loved ones spread good health this holiday season by making a gift in their name to the Texas Medical Association Foundation. Gifts made to the foundation on or before Dec. 31 (or postmarked no later than Dec. 31) are eligible for 2019 tax benefits according to federal law. Read More
Every year, TMAF releases an Annual Report; three issues of the SOLUTIONS newsletter, and an issue of TMAF's Planned Giving newsletter, Giving for the Future. Read More
Residents of eight Texas counties will benefit from nearly $22,500 in Texas Medical Association Foundation (TMAF) grant funding to help them live better, healthier lives. TMAF recently awarded funds to four county medical societies and three county chapters of the TMA Alliance (a volunteer, community service and advocacy organization comprising physicians, spouses, and partners). Read More
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