Paul Dudley White Legacy Society
Join our society of generous supporters who give through their wills, trusts or other type of planned gift
The Paul Dudley White Society honors generous donors who've included us in their wills, trusts or other type of estate plan. Dr.White was one of our founding members. As President Eisenhower’s personal cardiologist, he guided the president’s recovery from a heart attack. Dr. White’s vision of a world with better research, treatment and education for cardiovascular disease helped the association emerge as a world renowned leader.Benefits include:
- A distinctive lapel pin
- Certificate of recognition
- The ability to honor a loved one
- 10% discount at shopheart.org(link opens in new window)(link opens in new window) - the online store for the American Heart Association
- Legacy of Heart newsletter sent twice a year
- A shared vision with others who support the fight to end heart disease and stroke
Request our Paul Dudley White Legacy Society Brochure for more details.
Already included us in your will or trust? If so, we want to make sure we recognize your important donation - your contribution automatically makes you a member. Contact your Local Charitable Estate Planning Representative, complete the Paul Dudley White Legacy Society Form, or mail your printable Paul Dudley White Legacy Society Form (PDF).
If you haven’t made a gift yet, but are interested, read more about the different types of gifts you can make to help you achieve your philanthropic goals.
Charitable estate planning represents approximately 15% of our annual gifts. Over $2.75 billion from planned gifts means we can support research & education aimed at funding scientists and medical professionals dedicated to saving and improving lives.
A Special Thank You from CEO Nancy Brown to Society Members
“The AHA has been saving lives for almost a century through research, education, advocacy and more. As members of the Cor Vitae Society and the Paul Dudley White Legacy Society, you help ensure that tradition endures.”
– Nancy A. Brown, Chief Executive Officer, American Heart Association