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Join the Trudeau Society

Credits for image: United States Postal Service. Stamp designed by Howard E. Paine and created by Mark Summers.

Dr. Trudeau was a forward-thinking physician whose vision spurred the founding of the ATS, as well as its growth as a world-renowned leader in lung research and education over the last hundred-plus years.

To recognize his distinguished achievements and honor those who share his vision, the ATS has established the Edward Livingston Trudeau Society to honor individuals who have made a legacy gift. 

Members of the Edward Livingston Trudeau Society receive:

  • A Trudeau Society contributor ribbon to be worn on their name tags during the ATS International Conference;
  • Special recognition on the Honor Roll of Donors; and
  • Invitations to special events.

To become a member, please contact us and let us know that you have made an estate gift to the American Thoracic Society. Examples of such gifts are:

  • Designating the ATS as a charitable beneficiary in a will or trust;
  • Naming the ATS as owner and/or beneficiary of a life insurance plan;
  • Indicating the ATS as a beneficiary of a retirement plan account; and
  • Funding a life-income gift with the ATS as the charitable beneficiary.

If you have included the ATS in your estate plans contact the ATS Development Department at giving@thoracic.org or (212) 315-6465 to inform us about the provision you have made so that we can properly thank you and honor you as a member of the Edward Livingston Trudeau Society. All information you provide will remain confidential.


Credits for image: United States Postal Service. Stamp designed by Howard E. Paine and created by Mark Summers.

 

The American Thoracic Society improves global health by advancing research, patient care, and public health in pulmonary disease, critical illness, and sleep disorders. Founded in 1905 to combat TB, the ATS has grown to tackle asthma, COPD, lung cancer, sepsis, acute respiratory distress, and sleep apnea, among other diseases.

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