Endowment Gifts

The American Institute of Stress’s endowment ensures the stability and future viability of the institute. Endowed funds provide support on a restricted basis ensuring a long-term support base. A variety of funds support research awards, facility initiatives, and special programs.

Daniel and Tracey Kirsch Aid Award

The Kirsch Aid Award was established in 2011 as an expression of appreciation for those selflessly helping relieve stress in times of extreme events such as wars or tsunamis.

AIS Endowment Fund

The AIS Endowment Fund provides consistent, yearly support, not only for this year, but for years to come.  The impact of the Endowment Fund is powerful, and its continued growth is critical to the long term sustainability of The American Institute of Stress.

Make a Gift

The American Institute of Stress is grateful for your generous support.

Generous contributions help fund educational programs, institutional resources, research and Fellow initiatives that simply could not be funded by annual dues.

Each year, Members, Fellows, corporations, staff, trustees and friends show their support of AIS through Annual Giving. The impact of your gift, regardless of the size of your gift, is significant. By donating to The American Institute of Stress annually, you help support, strengthen and sustain our legacy of science-based stress management education.

Three easy ways to donate:

1. Make an online donation

Make a Donation

2. Mail a check

The American Institute of Stress
220 Adams Dr.
Suite 280 – #224
Weatherford, TX 76086 USA

3. Call

(682)239-6823 to make special arrangements.

Non-Monetary Donations

If you would like to make a donation to the Institute other than monetarily, please submit the form below.  After completing and submitting the form below, you will receive an e-mail acknowledging your gift for tax purposes.

For specific questions regarding gift transactions, please contact us.

*AIS is only able to accept items that are within driving distance. Otherwise shipping arrangements must be made.