By maximizing award opportunities for young scientists, the Endowment and its invaluable donors, like you, contribute to a permanent fund established to advance research and education in the field of toxicology—today, tomorrow, and for years to come.
Established in 2015, the American College of Toxicology Endowment encapsulates the College’s commitment to its pillars of education, leadership, and service. The Endowment provides financial resources to secure the future of ACT scholarships and educational awards—programs that allow outstanding students and junior toxicologists to gain invaluable exposure to current scientific research and to network with professionals in applied toxicology.
Please make a gift today to support our long-term goals of funding graduate student fellowships and advancing scientific education. Your donation is paramount to our success.
The long-term financial objective of the ACT Endowment is to grow the net principal balance through diversified investments while sustainably supporting programs from investment income and gains. Your original gift—the principal—remains untouched, while it continues to earn interest. As a result, the endowment lives on forever.
There is more than one way to support the ACT Endowment. Whether you want to make a one-time donation or are seeking more information about including the ACT Endowment in your will, we have a wide variety of giving channels available to help you choose a charitable gift that’s right for you.
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.
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