The 1968 Society is not about how much you give; it's about the simple act of giving, year after year. This society recognizes our most loyal and committed donors, who understand the significance of sustained giving over time to support the ASHP Foundation’s programs. The 1968 Society celebrates the year that the ASHP Foundation was established.
By consistently donating each year, our loyal donors in the 1968 Society make a tremendous impact by supporting critical ASHP priorities by funding research, leadership development, and educational initiatives that advance pharmacy practice and improve safety and health outcomes for patients.
The Foundation provides opportunities throughout the entire career continuum that will helps members excel professionally. Here are some of the ways the ASHP Foundation provides support throughout your career:
- Exposing students to leadership opportunities in pharmacy practice by funding 4 Student Leadership Development Workshops each year through ASHP, with over 1,000 participants to date
- Preparing new pharmacists for practice by supporting 185 residency program visits by pharmacy leaders through the Visiting Leaders Program since 2012, reaching over 1,200 residents
- Awarding $75,000 in grants in 2021 to support research projects focused on using technology to improve medication management and safety
- Supporting new practitioner leadership development research by awarding over $70,000 in research funding since 2019
In recognition of their generous support, 1968 Society donors receive a number of exclusive benefits. Benefits include, but are not limited to:
- Multiple recognitions, including a 1968 Society ribbon for your badge at ASHP national meetings and your name listed as a 1968 Society donor on the ASHP Foundation website
- Invitation to Donor Appreciation Receptions at ASHP national meetings
- Special gift
The Difference You Make
Read our latest Impact Report to learn more about the tremendous impact your gifts have on our efforts to support ASHP to improve health outcomes.