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ASRT Foundation Kicks Off Celebration Campaign

Jun 27, 2014
The ASRT Foundation has launched a comprehensive campaign to help position medical imaging and radiation therapy professionals for success, ASRT Chief Executive Officer Sal Martino, Ed.D., R.T.(R), FASRT, CAE, announced June 27 at the 2014 ASRT Annual Governance and House of Delegates Meeting.

The Positioning for a Brighter Tomorrow Celebration Campaign will safeguard the Foundation’s ability to help empower radiologic technologists, strengthen the radiologic technology profession and collaborate with industry partners to increase the quality and safety of patient care around the world for years to come.

As part of the campaign and in celebration of its 30th anniversary, the Foundation invites individuals and corporations to make transformational gifts that will help R.T.s advance through scholarship, research and community outreach programs. In addition, donations will enhance collaborative initiatives to improve R.T. education and patient care.

Individuals and corporations can contribute to building the first-ever operating endowment for the Foundation and have their names included on the ASRT Foundation Donor Wall. Campaign supporters may also choose to create new scholarship endowments and named grant awards for research and outreach programs.

In addition, individuals and corporations can take advantage of room naming and sponsorship opportunities at the ASRT office in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Those wishing to participate in the campaign can donate cash, leave a deferred gift through a will or trust, or make a contribution with stock, mutual funds or marketable securities. Donors may also provide a combined gift.

For more information about the campaign and the Foundation, visit www.asrtfoundation.org.

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