DONATE AN ITEM TO THE ACPF ANNUAL SILENT AUCTION
WHAT IS THE SILENT AUCTION?
|The 11th Annual Silent Auction is a fun and entertaining way to support the important mission of the ACP Foundation, whether you donate or bid on an item. The Silent Auction will be held over the course of the ACP’s Annual Congress (November 8-10, 2018 in Nashville, Tennessee, culminating with a live auction at the “Off to the Races!” celebration on Saturday night.
In the past, donated items have included medical devices, services and training, vacation getaways, art, jewelry, sports memorabilia and more. In 2017 through our generous participants and cash donors, the ACP Foundation was able to raise more than $25,000 to go towards what’s new and what’s next in venous and lymphatic disease.
While a festive event, the Silent Auction provides resources for the ACP Foundation’s mission to advance the highest standard of care for patients with venous disease through investment in research and education. The funds raised are invested directly into projects which promote the specialty and its growth. By donating to the Silent Auction, you are helping improve patient care related to vein disease.
Your generosity does not go unnoticed, either. Your donation will be featured on the website seen by thousands of visitors and at the event in Anaheim.
WHAT DOES IT FUND?
The ACP Foundation provides resources to expand educational opportunities in the field of phlebology, underwrite phlebology research programs, and support efforts to publicly promote a patient and professional concept of phlebology as a specialty.
Advocacy: The ACP has started several new initiatives including Improving Wisely, Guidelines Committees and working with CMS to improve care for venous and lymphatic patients.
The ACP PRO Venous Registry, which publicly launched at the ACP Annual Congress.
The ACP Online Education Center, providing clinicians more than 100 online courses in phlebology, 50 of which qualify for CME credit.
For more information on donating or sponsoring an item please visit acpfsilentauction.org
For more information about the ACP Foundation and its mission, please visit phlebologyfoundation.org.