Time to support the Hans Popper Hepatopathology Society – Membership dues for 2014-2015 or Donations
The Hans Popper Hepatopathology Society has an EIN (Federal Tax Identification Number for use to identify a business entity) and has become incorporated as: Hans Popper Hepatopathology Society, Inc. We are also tax-exempt (501(c)(3)); therefore your membership dues and donations are now tax-deductible.
Regular Member: Any individual who has completed a postdoctoral program in Pathology or another specialty of Medicine, and has earned certification as a specialist in Pathology or another specialty of Medicine, with demonstrated interest and involvement in hepatobiliary pathology. Dues: $50/year
Associate Member: Any person holding a doctorate, or doctorate equivalent, degree, who is enrolled in a post-doctoral educational program in Pathology (PhD, post-doctoral fellowship, residency or fellowship) or another specialty of Medicine, and who has demonstrated interest in hepatobiliary pathology. Dues: None; limited to five years only.
Corresponding Member: Any individual who satisfies the requirements for Regular Membership or Associate Membership, but does not reside in the United States or Canada. No dues. Corresponding members can apply for regular membership.
Ways you can contribute (membership dues or donations).
1. Bank Transfer: If you have a Wells Fargo account, you can transfer funds using the following bank information:
a. Routing #: 121042882
b. Account #: 8558608389
2. PayPal: You may now contribute via PalPay using your personal credit card.
3. Bank Checks: You can send a check via U.S. mail: Make checks payable to: Hans Popper Hepatopathology Society, Inc. Include “membership dues” or “general donation” in the memo line of your check. Send checks to:
Grace E. Kim, Secretary-Treasurer
Hans Popper Hepatopathology Society, Inc.
505 Parnassus Avenue M561 Box 0102
San Francisco, CA 94143-0102
When using option 1 and 3, you will receive an electronic receipt from the Hans Popper Hepatopathology Society, Inc. to file your tax deductions.