Donate to NASPAG


NASPAG's Goal is to provide continued financial support for NASPAG now and in the future.

The board has defined three primary areas to where donation funds will be allocated:

  • Directed donations
    • Annual Clinical & Research Meeting Enhancement – support high caliber workshops and keynote speakers, as well as support medical students or residents to attend the meeting
    • Year Round Education - NASPAG is committed to providing year round educational opportunities 
  • Research – support research grants and awards
  • Unrestricted donations - allows for flexibility of funds to support NASPAG.

There are FIVE ways to donate to NASPAG:

Friends of NASPAG
This unrestricted donation category is to support and enhance the future success of NASPAG.  Funds received by our Friends will allow us to fulfill our Society Mission to provide multidisciplinary leadership in education, research and gynecologic care to improve the reproductive health of youth

Sanfilippo Young Scholar's Development Fund
Joe Sanfilippo MD, MBA was a founding father of NASPAG, Executive Director as well as Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology. After many years of service to NASPAG we celebrate with establishment of the “SANFILIPPO YOUNG SCHOLARS DEVELOPMENT FUND.”

It has been established to recognize Dr. Sanfilippo and at his request, his parents Joseph P. and Elena T. Sanfilippo. The fund has been established to continue Joe’s development and dedication to young, talented individuals committed to enhancing the reproductive health of girls and young women. The fund’s mission is to provide financial support to help develop our next generation of health care professionals by supporting their education and research. 

The Mentors and Mothers Award Fund
This award fund was established at the 2021 ACRM by Dr. David Lee to pay tribute to his mother.

Consider donating to this campaign and recognize driving forces in ones career or life, either your mentor and/or mother.   Upon request, we will send an acknowledgement to those being recognized.

S. Jean Emans Lectureship Fund 
S. Jean Emans, MD is Professor of Pediatrics at the Harvard Medical School and Chief of the Division of Adolescent/Young Adult Medicine and Robert Masland Jr. Chair in Adolescent Medicine, Co-Director of the Center for Young Women’s Health, and Director of the Office of Faculty Development at Boston Children's Hospital.

Dr. Emans served as the President of NAPAG, been named one of the Best Doctors in America  and is the author of several textbooks, including Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology (6th edition).

Support the S. Jean Emans Fund as we look to cultivate our future PAG leaders! 


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Gift in Honor or Memory
Celebrate the memory of a loved one or donate in his or her honor to celebrate a special occasion such as a fellowship graduation or retirement.

Your mentor is indeed a very special person in your career. NASPAG is pleased to offer you the opportunity to honor your mentor, and to say thank you to the person(s) who have helped pave the way for your career success. Please indicate this on your donation form. The acknowledgement will be included on the NASPAG website’s “wall of honor” where the names of the honorees will be displayed and your mentor will receive a letter from NASPAG acknowledging your donation.

There are many ways to donate aside from direct personal donations. For your information we have listed several suggestions below.

Planned giving:

A planned gift i.e. any contribution that benefits a charity or nonprofit organization upon a benefactor’s death can be provided. A planned gift can be an important part of an estate plan, providing an excellent method of reducing taxes and/or generating income while ultimately supporting your favorite nonprofit organization. Making a planned gift usually involves the services of an attorney, estate planner, financial planner, and/or insurance broker.

The NASPAG planned giving program provides a way for benefactors to make larger gifts than might otherwise be possible without undue financial burden. Benefactors are able to enjoy both the financial benefits of a planned gift and the satisfaction of knowing they are making a difference at NASPAG.

Types of planned gifts:

  • Bequest in Wills & Trusts
  • Charitable Gift Planning Annuity
  • Deferred Gift Annuity
  • Gifts of Real Estate
  • Charitable Remainder Trust
  • Charitable Gift Annuities
  • Charitable Lead Trust
  • Life Insurance
  • Qualified Retirement Plans
  • Endowed Research Donation

Re-direct Retirement gifts

Upon your retirement, you could invite your colleagues to make a charitable donation to NASPAG in lieu of a retirement gift to you.

Corporate Gift Matching
Many enterprises have programs through which they will match the charitable contributions provided by their employees. Through corporate gift matching, your employer or your spouse’s employer can double your gift to NASPAG. Check with your human resources department about matching gift policy. If your employer participates, obtain a matching gift form from your employer and send the completed form to NASPAG along with your donation.


NASPAG Donor Wall


When making your donation you will be asked to indicate where you would like your donation directed. Undirected gifts will go into the unrestricted fund. Donors (and named mentors) will be acknowledged on the NASPAG website ( and at the Annual Clinical and Research Meeting (ACRM)