Who Are We
Established in December 2007 as an independent 501(c)(3) corporation separate from AANA, the AANA Education Foundation was developed as a non-profit that would facilitate contributions as well as assist AANA’s educational activities by way of funding. The Foundation would be dedicated to supporting education, research and advancement in arthroscopy and minimally invasive surgery, and is able to do just that thanks to contributions from generous donors and industry partners.

The Foundation is committed to supporting these advancements by way of scholarships for Orthopaedic Surgeons to attend cutting-edge training opportunities; helping fund important opportunities such as AANA Research Grants, the AANA Traveling Fellowship Program and the AANA Health Policy Fellowship; and promoting the minimally invasive surgical innovations of tomorrow.

Thanks to the generosity of donors, the Foundation will continue to advance orthopaedic research, education and innovation that expands the knowledgebase of Orthopaedic Surgeons across the globe and in turn improves their patient outcomes.

How You Can Help
Help advance the future of arthroscopy and minimally invasive surgery. When you donate to the Foundation, you make an impact that truly lasts a lifetime.

The following options are all available ways to give:

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  • Monthly or Quarterly recurring giving
  • Workplace giving or matching gifts
  • Stocks and securities
  • Donor Advised Funds (DAF)
  • Legacy Giving

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Seeing Beyond the Scope E-Digest

Access trending news related to ongoing Foundation developments, the latest with industry and more with the Seeing Beyond the Scope E-Digest, the AANA Education Foundation’s official monthly e-publication. Read the latest issue.


2022 Annual Report


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