Support obesity education and clinical research by making a tax-deductible donation to the Obesity Treatment Foundation. Your generous gift supports Obesity Treatment Foundation programs and initiatives to increase awareness about obesity medicine, educate all health care providers on effective obesity treatments, and encourage clinical research in the field.
Ways to Donate
Supporting obesity education and research is easy. The Obesity Treatment Foundation is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization, so any contribution made directly to the Foundation is tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.
Donate Online: Quickly and easily fill out your billing information on our secure online form. Click here to donate online.
Donate by Mail: Send a check with your donation to the Obesity Treatment Foundation at 101 University Blvd. Ste. 330 | Denver, CO 80206
Donate by Phone: Call the Obesity Treatment Foundation at 303.770.2526 and provide your billing information over the phone.
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When you donate to the Obesity Treatment Foundation, you support the following programs.
- Clinical research grants
- Travel awards for clinicians-in-training
- Clinical poster sessions
- Professional networking events
- Obesity medicine resource development
- Publication of obesity medicine research
- Practice and compensation survey
- Evidence-based best practices
Make Your Donation to the Scholarship Fund
One of the Foundation’s initiatives is the Dr. Hal Seim Scholarship Fund, created to honor the work and dedication of Dr. Hal Seim, the Obesity Medicine Association’s former CME program director. By donating to the scholarship fund, you support obesity education for medical students and clinicians-in-training. The scholarship program currently funds travel awards that allow clinicians-in-training to attend Obesity Medicine Association conferences at a reduced cost.