Become a Supporter

Individuals can make tax-deductible contributions to CHF’s annual fund at any time and in any amount. Our secure online donation form is the fastest and easiest option, though we also welcome checks made payable to CHF.

Making an unrestricted gift is a great way to join the Robert Boyle Society, a group of premier CHF supporters who receive exclusive benefits. You can also join the Irving Langmuir Society, which represents CHF’s philanthropic leaders.

You may also use our online donation form to make a special contribution in honor or in memory of a friend or family member, as well as to indicate if your employer has a matching-gifts program.

Should you prefer to make a gift of appreciated securities (stocks, bonds, or mutual funds held for more than one year), you can do so in two ways: your broker can electronically transfer ownership of the securities to CHF, or you may deliver your certificates directly to CHF. For more information about this option, please contact Denise Creedon at 215.873.8266 or development@chemheritage.org.

 

The Chemical Heritage Foundation is an independent nonprofit organization. Your contribution is tax-deductible. The official registration and financial information of CHF may be obtained from the Pennsylvania Department of State by calling toll-free, within Pennsylvania, 800.732.0999. Outside Pennsylvania, please call 717.783.1720. Registration does not imply endorsement.

 

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Hear It Firsthand

CHF’s Center for Oral History captures and preserves the stories of notable figures in chemistry and related fields. Many of the oral histories in the collection belong to winners of CHF’s awards, including

  • Arnold Beckman, winner of the Othmer Gold Medal (2000)
  • Robert Allington, winner of the Pittcon Heritage Award (2005)
  • Carl Djerassi, winner of the Othmer Gold Medal (2000), the AIC Gold Medal (2004), and the Ullyot Public Affairs Lecturer (1995)
  • Gordon Cain, winner of the Petrochemical Heritage Award (1997)

Listen to their extraordinary stories today!