GIVing to iron disorders institute is charitable and tax-deductible.
Part of our mission at Iron Disorders Institute is to honor the memory of those people lost to hemochromatosis. If you had a family member or friend that lost their battle to hemochromatosis, we encourage you to make a donation in memory of that person. Donations to Iron Disorders Institute in memory are 100% tax deductible and your funds are designated to help educate the public about this preventable disorder.
If you are interested in making a donation in memory of someone you love, please do so below.
Give to our general fund
Since Iron Disorders Institute is a volunteer-based non-profit, no general funds will go towards a person's salary. Your gift will support the following items:
Printed educational materials (books and pamphlets)
Digital educational materials (websites)
Iron certification programs
Scholarship programs so indigent families can afford iron panel tests.
Give in Honor or Memory
If there is a loved-one that has passed away or a person you would like to honor, we consider both iron warriors. You can give as much or as little as you choose and we will:
Honor them in our newsletters
At family's request, Iron Disorders Institute will honor these iron warriors on our websites
Use the funds to spread iron education with workshops, educational materials, and scholarship programs
Become a Member
Membership is what drives our organization. With regular membership, we are able to do more in our community and educate more physicians. As a member, you will receive:
Our monthly newsletter sent digitally (a print version is available for members only by request)
A membership card to the Iron Disorders Institute. This card provides you with discounts to our events, so make certain to hold onto the card.
Please note: we do not accept donations from Florida.