National Academy of Medicine

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We gratefully acknowledge the significant financial contributions made in support of the National Academy of Medicine. The collective, private philanthropy of our members and friends greatly advances the NAM’s mission—to advise and improve the health of our nation and our world.

Cumulative GivingEinstein

The Einstein Society recognizes members and friends of the NAM, the National Academy of Sciences, and the National Academy of Engineering whose cumulative lifetime giving totals $100,000 or more. In honor of their contributions, Einstein Society members are:

  • Recognized on permanent donor walls at the historic National Academy of Sciences Building and the Keck Center in Washington, DC
  • Presented with a replica of the famous Albert Einstein memorial located on the grounds of the NAS Building
  • Acknowledged as Einstein Society members in the NAM Annual Report and the NAS Report of the Treasurer


The NAM Society
recognizes members and friends of the NAM whose cumulative giving totals $20,000 to $100,000. In honor of their contributions, NAM Society members are:

  • Recognized on permanent donor walls at the historic National Academy of Sciences Building and the Keck Center in Washington, DC
  • Acknowledged as NAM Society members in the NAM Annual Report and the NAS Report of the Treasurer

Annual Giving

The NAM’s Annual Giving Societies recognize members and friends of the NAM who contribute gifts or pledges of $1,000 or more during the calendar year. In honor of their philanthropy, these donors are recognized in the NAM Annual Report and the NAS Report of the Treasurer. Membership is based on the following annual giving levels:

  • Catalyst Society: $10,000 or more
  • Rosette Society: $5,000 to $9,999
  • Challenge Society: $2,500 to $4,999
  • Charter Society: $1,000 to $2,499

Planned Giving

The Heritage Society celebrates members and friends of the NAM, NAS, and NAE who plan a gift today that will provide philanthropic support well into the future. We gratefully recognize individuals who have included bequests or planned other deferred gifts. Participation in the Heritage Society demonstrates a desire to leave behind a legacy that upholds the values of science, engineering, and medicine through the critical work done by the academies.


To learn more about planned giving and the Heritage Society, please contact Jamie Killorin at jkillorin@nas.edu or 202-334-3833.