ABPP Foundation

The American Board of Professional Psychology Foundation was established in 2010 and is recognized by the IRS as a 501(c)(3) charitable organization.  The mission of the ABPP Foundation is the promotion of competent specialty practice and specialty board certification, the protection of the public through providing educational opportunities in the form of scholarships and assistance to training programs, and provision of continuing professional development.  The Foundation supports educational programs, which interpret and promote the importance of board certification in psychology to the general public and to those in related professions.  To achieve this goal, the mission of the Foundation includes raising funds.  No earmarked funds can be used for any purposes other than those for which they have been designated.



The ABPP Foundation accepts donations to the General Fund, as well as those directed toward established dedicatory purposes, providing that those purposes are in keeping with the law and the organization’s intentions.


If you would like to make a contribution designated for a specific purpose other than one of the current designated funds listed below, please contact the ABPP Foundation at ABPPFoundation@abpp.org.


Designated ABPP Foundation Funds


National Latino/a Psychological Association/ABPP Foundation/National Register Scholarship Fund – This fund, supported by generous donations from Dr. Cesar Gonzalez, the ABPP Foundation, and the National Register of Health Service Psychologists, awards two $1,500 scholarships annually to psychologists and graduate students to support obtaining diplomate status in the board of their choice.  Applicants must be members in good standing of NLPA, bilingual in English and Spanish and board eligible in the ABPP specialty board of their choosing.


Kaslow Family Fund – The Kaslow Family Fund has been established to support scholarship (empirical and clinical) related to multicultural and/or international work with children, adolescents, adults and their families by early career psychologists (within ten [10] years of receipt of their doctoral degree), who are planning to become Board Certified by the American Board of Professional Psychology in Couple and Family Psychology. Applications are due no later than March 31st of each year.


Dr. Eileen M. Gupton – The Gupton fund has been designated to support the pursuit of board certification in Police & Public Safety Psychology, particularly by graduate students in psychology and early career psychologists.  



Credit Card contributions can be made securely here; online Donations can be made with American Express, Visa, or MasterCard.  


Checks may be made payable to The ABPP Foundation, Attn: Alessandra Kostolitz, PsyD, and send them to 1298 NW 4th Street, Boca Raton, FL, 33486.  A hardcopy form to pay by check is optional (click here)


If you are an ABPP member you will be asked your login information. If you are not, you will be asked to register on our website prior to submitting your donation.

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