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The ACT Endowment
The Legacy of Toxicology Is in Our Hands
The endowed and institutional assets are designated as The ACT Awards Fund to support educational awards and fellowships like these:
- ACT Student Travel Awards
- ACT Student Furst Award
- ACT North American Graduate Fellowships
ACT will make a one-to-one match, up to $200,000 for gifts made to the Endowment by December 31, 2018.
Contribute to the Legacy: Donor form
|Friend: $20–$999||Benefactor: $10,000–$49,999|
|Steward: $1,000–$4,999||Visionary: $50,000+|
The long-term financial objective of the ACT Endowment is to grow the net principal balance through diversified investments, while sustainably supporting these programs from investment income. Initial funding of $250,000 will come from ACT’s reserve funds.
Scientific education and scholarship in toxicology are core principles of ACT, and this endowment creates a means for supporting these endeavors for future generations. Please consider contributing to the legacy of the College by participating as a donor to the ACT Endowment.
ACT North American Graduate Fellowships
ACT Student Furst Award
ACT Student Travel Awards
501(c)(3) Charitable Organization
The ACT Endowment is part of the American College of Toxicology, a charitable nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization under the Internal Revenue Code. The ACT Tax Identification Number is 36-3007817. Contributions to the ACT Endowment will be used to provide financial support for the ACT Awards Fund and typically will be considered tax-deductible contributions. The American College of Toxicology will provide written acknowledgment of all contributions made to the ACT Endowment.