Every 20 seconds, someone in the U.S. breaks a bone as a result from osteoporosis. We need your help now to reverse this trend. Give today to help improve patient care and support for those who have already broken bones due to osteoporosis and to protect future generations from this debilitating disease.
NOF depends on the generosity of individuals across the country to educate the public and health professionals on ways to prevent, diagnose and treat osteoporosis. Through tribute, memorial, planned or recurring gifts, your support will help us provide better care for those suffering from osteoporosis and build generations of strength to continue our fight against osteoporosis.
Named for NOF’s founding partner, the Honorable Paul G. Rogers, the giving society recognizes those who share Mr. Rogers’ lifetime tradition of action and advocacy to promote bone health and osteoporosis prevention through annual gifts totaling $5,000 or more.
With nearly four million federal employees and military personnel eligible to contribute to the charities of their choice, CFC is the largest workplace charity campaign. Once again NOF is one of the selected charitable organizations able to solicit contributions during the annual charity drive. Be sure to designate NOF #11043, Osteoporosis Foundation as your charity of choice.
NOF understands it takes a team of doctors, caregivers and other health professionals working together as a team to effectively manage osteoporosis. Our corporate partners are a critical part of this team. With your support, we are working to start conversations about bone health and family health history in order to raise awareness for osteoporosis and support the most vulnerable – those who have suffered a fracture.
NOF relies on volunteers across the country to help us provide support to the millions affected by osteoporosis. Whether you’d like to connect with fellow osteoporosis patients or get more involved to help those suffering from the disease, we have resources and toolkits available to help you.
We need your help to spread messages about the importance of bone health and family history to your friends, family, co-workers and healthcare providers. Learn how you can help protect generations of strength by attending an event near you, or planning one of your own!
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