The Cosmetic Surgery Foundation for Research, Education and Patient Safety (CSF) works diligently with the AACS to ensure that cosmetic surgery is supported through funding the research and educational goals all of us share.
Since our founding, as a not-for-profit foundation, we have awarded over $1,000,000 in grants for research and education which promote the both the science and safety of cosmetic surgery.
Your donation will assure our continued ability to support these important activities.
The Webster Dinner, held in conjunction with the AACS Annual Scientific Meeting, celebrates the contributions made by Richard Webster, one of the founders of the AACS. His personal dedication to teaching cosmetic surgery to all interested surgeons is reflected in the inclusiveness the AACS currently encourages, with members. Your donation of $1,250 or more to our annual fund will admit two to the Webster Dinner as our guest.
In addition, donations to the Cosmetic Surgery Foundation will be acknowledged in our publications, on our website, and with our sincerest thanks.
All contributions are tax deductible through our 501c3 status.
Never before has there been a greater need for reliable, responsible, directed research and education on cosmetic surgery. As the fastest growing area of medicine, the specialty of cosmetic surgery is supported by the Foundation, which is intent on keeping our surgeons at the forefront of safety and efficacy.
As a cosmetic surgeon, a donation is a direct investment in your future. Support of the Cosmetic Surgery Foundation is not only important for the profession but essential for you as a professional. Your donation makes a difference for researchers and medical professionals exploring and working in the field. Your donation also makes a difference in the lives of your current and future patients.
As a corporate partner, your donation is an investment in the ongoing improvement of aesthetic practices and their outcomes. This collaborative approach ensures cosmetic surgeons access to and instruction on emerging procedures and technologies.
The Foundation, a 501(c) tax–exempt, charitable organization has developed numerous methods in which physicians and corporations can support our efforts—these methods include the New Century Society, a physician annual giving program. The preferred avenue of giving, the New Century Society provides support for the Foundation’s basic research and educational programming, and helps to offset the costs of managing the day–to–day operations of the organization.