TMA Foundation is a 501 (c) (3) organization committed to connecting the charitable concerns of physicians with the people of Texas. TMAF funded initiatives enable physicians and their families to give back to their community and take a visible leadership role toward improving the health of all Texans.
TMAF’s 2015 annual report is chock full of record-breaking information that translates into a Healthy Now and a Healthy Future for more Texans. An increase in grant funding will have a positive impact on health and wellness programs in 120 Texas communities and particularly on TMA's Minority Scholarship Program. You can access the report in both print and video formats! Read the report on TMAF's Publications Page.
TMA Foundation is accepting applications to its 2016-2017 Medical Community Grants and Medical Student Leadership Grants programs. Eligible applicants are TMA county medical societies and alliance and medical student chapters for community health improvement programs. If your county society, alliance or medical student chapter sponsors a program to improve the health in your community, let them know to apply today!
Your support of the 2016 Star Campaign will ensure more Texans will be reached by TMA's award winning public health, science, and quality programs. TMAF has received a $10,000 challenge grant from the John P. McGovern Foundation, Houston! This is the tenth year the John P. McGovern Foundation has challenged TMAF with a grant for its Star Campaign for all matching donations up to $10,000.
Deborah A. Fuller, MD, (center), president of TMA Foundation, accepts a generous donation from Frost during the foundation’s 23rd gala held at the Hilton Anatole Dallas on April 29.
In 2016, TMAF will grant a record $589,000 to health improvement, science and quality-of-care programs across the state. Chances are your community is on this map, which shows where TMAF-funded programs have been carried out over the last five years.
TMAF is pleased to welcome its newest board member, Daniel Vijjeswarapu, MD, of Corpus Christi.
At TMAF’s 23rd Annual Gala, As Time Goes By: An Evening in Casablanca, guets immersed themselves in one of Hollywood’s best loved classics.
Thanks to an unprecedented $3.2M donation from Dr. Roberto J. and Agniela (Annie) M. Bayardo to the TMA Foundation, hundreds of aspiring physicians will receive a TMA scholarship and be named a “Bayardo Scholar.” Their gift establishes a trust fund benefiting medical student recipients of TMA’s Minority Scholarship Program.
Read about how TMAF leaders and volunteers are creating a Healthy Now and a Healthy Future in the Spring 2016 issue of SOLUTIONS, TMAF's newsletter.
TMAF acknowledges the leadership and support of our Visionaries, Advocates, Benefactors, and Pacesetters.
Dr. Patrick Y. and Mrs. Nancy Leung, Midland, were honored on September 25 at a reception hosted by the TMAF board to recognize their generous gift announced earlier this year.
Thank you to our individual donors in 2015 for creating a Healthy Now and a Healthy Future for all Texans.
Thank you to our institutional donors in 2015 for collaborating to create a Healthy Now and a Healthy Future for all Texans.
Contact Sean Dunham.
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