RheumPAC is the ACR’s nonpartisan political action committee (PAC) that works to elect and support pro-rheumatology candidates. It is the only PAC dedicated to the interests of the rheumatology profession. RheumPAC was created in 2007 with the mission of educating, electing, and supporting federal lawmakers who understand and can positively address the issues that impact rheumatology care providers and their patients. Your support is critical to continue our efforts to educate key influencers on the value of rheumatologists and improve care of patients with rheumatic disease.

Members: Support RheumPAC

Only U.S. ACR/ARP members may make RheumPAC investments.

If you are a non-member you may make a donation to the Foundation.

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Contributions to RheumPAC are used for political purposes. Contributions to RheumPAC are not tax deductible for federal income tax purposes. All contributions to RheumPAC are voluntary and must be made with personal funds. You may refuse to contribute without reprisal. Any proposed contribution amounts are merely suggestions; you may choose to contribute more or less or not at all. RheumPAC will not favor or disadvantage anyone by reason of the amount contributed or the decision not to contribute. Federal law prohibits contributions from corporations. RheumPAC participants must be United States citizens or permanent resident aliens.

RheumPAC Advocacy Fund

Practices, state/local societies, and hospitals can also support advocacy and RheumPAC fundraising efforts. Mail corporate checks to the address below.

RheumPAC Advocacy Fund
2200 Lake Boulevard NE
Atlanta, GA 30319

About RheumPAC

Learn more about political action committees and RheumPAC.
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RheumPAC Questions

If you have a question about RheumPAC, you may find the answer on our RheumPAC Frequently Asked Questions or Top RheumPAC FAQs

RheumPAC Contributors

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