Since 1895, friends like you and the National Medical Association have made tremendous progress in the fight to eliminate health disparities and racism in medicine.
Together we can continue to make a difference in the lives of African Americans and other medically underserved populations. The generosity of our donors is vital as we continue our efforts to eliminate societal barriers to eliminate health disparities. Continued investment in a healthy America is in all of our interest.
Here are some examples of how you can help support the National Medical Association:


You can make a tax-deductible gift to the Association by phone, mail or you can donate on-line. NMA is a 501-C-3 organization.


Learn about planned giving options such as wills, gift Annuities and Life Insurance Policies.


Your contribution to the NMA may qualify for a matching gift from your employer, often doubling or tripling the impact of your gift.


Our corporate sponsors come from diverse industries, but share our vision of making an everyday difference in the lives of all people. Whether it’s supporting your research, information, or advocacy, the National Medical Association needs your help. For additional information contact our office of Development.
Thank you for considering a gift to the National Medical Association. Regardless of the method you choose to contribute, your gift will have an impact on the Association and our mission of parity in medicine and our goal of eliminating health disparities. For additional information, please call the Office of Development at 202-347-1895 or e-mail us at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..
For more information about donating to the NMA, contact us at the below address or phone number.
Development Office
8403 Colesville Road
Silver Spring, Maryland 20910
202-347-1895, ext. 281

The NMA promotes the collective interests of physicians and patients of African descent. We carry out this mission by serving as the collective voice of physicians of African descent and a leading force for parity in medicine, elimination of health disparities and promotion of optimal health. order pills online without prescription general health