Be the Support You Had Early in Your Career

In today’s ever evolving health landscape, significant barriers underscore both the urgency and the need to support primary care. ACOFP recognizes the pivotal role early career physicians play in shaping the future of our organization, and young osteopathic family physicians need our support now more than ever.

We invite you give back the support that shaped your early career and witness the impact on our profession. Join us in this crucial mission to empower the next generation of osteopathic family medicine leaders.

Your donation will support: 


In honor of ACOFP’s 75th Anniversary, and support of current and future generations of osteopathic family physicians, the ACOFP Foundation is launching a $750,000 fundraising campaign to elevate its impact on the osteopathic profession. This initiative will enhance programs like the Future Leaders Conference and increase engagement for residents and early career physicians through year-round programming, mentorship, and networking opportunities. These expansion of spaces for osteopathic family physicians to engage in important discussions surrounding primary care and share their expertise is crucial for advancing conversations of addressing the nation’s healthcare needs. Family physicians see a uniquely diverse range of patients with varied experiences with the healthcare system, and providing these professionals an opportunity to participate in leadership is imperative.  Seeking financial commitments starting in 2024, the campaign invites individuals, institutions, medical schools, and charitable foundations to contribute over a three-year pledge period. 

With your support, we aim not only to raise funds but also to advance access to comprehensive osteopathic healthcare for all, positively impacting patients everywhere. Join us in shaping the future of osteopathic family medicine by donating. For questions, contact

Complete Your Pledge Form

Share your intent to give by completing this online form. Your form will automatically be emailed to the ACOFP Foundation.

If you prefer to download a fillable PDF, click here. Once your form is complete, email to 

Questions? Call 847.952.5530 or email Paige Zelinsky at