Family Medicine Experience (FMX)
Laissez les bons temps rouler avec votre AAFP Foundation!
"Let the Good Times Roll with your AAFP Foundation!"
It's not often that FMX is in the Big Easy, but when it is, your AAFP Foundation wants to make sure you are treated to amazing events two nights in a row. Make sure to save the date for all the Foundation events! Spend some time with us prior to the opening of FMX at the Congress of Delegates from October 8-10 and the AAFP Family Medicine Experience (FMX) from October 9-13.
AAFP Foundation Exhibit Booths
Stop by to visit the AAFP Foundation Booths at any of the upcoming locations in New Orleans, Louisiana:
- Congress of Delegates: Foundation Booth
- FMX: Foundation Booth in the Lobby
Purchase your commemorative FMX lapel pin at the AAFP Foundation Booth during the Congress of Delegates or FMX. For a minimum donation of $15 per pin, you can support important AAFP Foundation programs including Family Medicine Cares.
Bid on unique items at the AAFP Foundation Booth during the Congress of Delegates. Find your next vacation or a gift for someone special!
The AAFP Foundation hosts this special dinner for its most dedicated donors.This is where the Philanthropist of the Year Award, Outstanding Program Award, and AAFP Award for Distinguished and Meritorious Service to Family Medicine are presented. Don't miss your chance to attend this one-of-a-kind dinner in the Orpheum Theater in New Orleans. The Theater opened in 1918, and over the years has been a vaudeville stage, movie house, home for the New Orleans Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra and much more. The Theater has been part of the National Register of Historic Places since 1982. While severely damaged after Hurricane Katrina, it was reopened with all its original beauty and history in August 2015.
This dinner is by invitation only to AAFP Foundation donors who have generously given $1,000 or more between August 1, 2017, and July 31, 2018. Make a point to join us for this spectacular evening, and thank you for supporting your AAFP Foundation's programs. If you have questions regarding your qualification to attend, please contact Brenda Cherpitel or Erin Heffernan
AAFP Foundation VIP Benefit
Friday, October 12
Boogie Woogie all night long with your AAFP Foundation as you enjoy exclusive access and VIP treatment at the World War II Museum in New Orleans. Not only will you see spectacular Museum exhibits before everyone else, but as a VIP you will enjoy incredible food and drink, plus the Victory Swing Orchestra, Glamour Girls and a photo booth to commemorate your trip back in time. Remember to Laissez les bons temps rouler and have a historic and fun-filled evening with your AAFP friends and colleagues!
There is so much to see and do at the National WWII Museum that you will want to take advantage of the early access! The WWII Museum tells the story of the American experience in the war that changed the world--why it was fought, how it was won and what it means today--so that all generations will understand the price of freedom and be inspired by what they learn. The museum's expansive collections include more than 250,000 artifacts and over 9,000 personal accounts.
Tickets are $300 each. Space is limited so reserve your spot early for this exceptional night. Proceeds from this charitable event benefit the humanitarian, educational and scientific programs of your AAFP Foundation.
We look forward to seeing you in New Orleans!
Expanded Learning Sessions
Stop by the AAFP Booth during COD and FMX for more information on our three non-CME sessions to be held on Thursday, October 11. Financial sessions are presented in partnership with Midwest Trust.
Advanced Estate Planning for Family Phyisicans - covers wills, power of attorney, gift vehicles and taxes.
Financial and Estate Planning for the New Physician - includes insurance, saving, spending and retirement planning for the physician who completed their residency less than 10 years ago.
Preparing for Retirement and Opportunities to Volunteer with the AAFP Foundation - advice on preparing yourself, your family and your practice for the next phase of life for physicians including recently retired, nearing retirement or enjoying retirement.