The Orthopaedic Foot & Ankle Foundation funds and promotes programs in three priority areas: Education, Research, and Humanitarian Service.
To ensure the future growth and success of the specialty, the Foundation funds educational programs that enhance orthopaedic education, engage future leaders, and encourage early interest in the foot and ankle specialty.
Resident Scholarship Program
Traveling Fellowship Program
Visiting Professor Program
Women’s Leadership Initiative
Fellowship Scholarship Program
Foundation-supported programs aim to advance foot and ankle research and quality with the ultimate goal of improving treatments and patient outcomes.
Research Grants Program
The Foundation’s humanitarian programs provide life-changing surgery for underserved children and adults and offers challenging professional experiences for AOFAS members.
Pierce E. Scranton Humanitarian Service Award