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Donate to NFFRE


When you donate to NFFRE, 100% of your donation is used for VA research or education to advance Veteran care.  Read more about the VA research mission.

501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation <> Donations are tax deductible

OR click to for: Other Ways to Donate.

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How Does NFFRE Help VA Research?

​The donations that NFFRE receives help with many aspects of research, such as the following:

  • New medical research and education projects.

  • Seed funds for promising new researchers.

  • Provide medical equipment, computers and other technology to facilitate research.

  • Travel for researchers to present scientific data and exchange information, a critical part of science.

How to Donate
  • Donate via Pay Pal.
  • Call us at 352-548-6448.
  • Send us a message at Contact Us.

Thank you for any donation you are able to make for VA research.

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Participate in Our Research

A VA physician (left) conducting research with a volunteer parti-cipant. Here, acupuncture of the ear is being tested as a way to relieve pain.

Taking Part in VA Research

Because VA research is focused on health conditions that Veterans experience, Veterans are the usual participants in VA research.  Non-Veterans with the same health conditions as Veterans, however, such as stroke or brain injuries, can also participate in some VA studies, and that can be one way to thank Veterans for their service.

See more information about taking part in VA Research at these VA web pages:

Find a Study That is Enrolling Participants

  • Veterans Only: Sometimes a VA provider may ask if you are interested in participating in a particular research project related to your health condition     OR you can ask your provider if there is study you would be eligible to take part in.

  • Veterans and Non-Veterans

    • NFFRE Clinical Trials Coordinator: To ask about studies in the North Florida/South Georgia area, call 352-548-7707.

    • Full instructions on how to search for open studies at are available at this VA web page and at itself.

    • Advertisements and Flyers:  Researchers looking for participants often advertise in newspapers and post flyers within VA Medical Centers and at other locations around the community.

Explore VA Research 

VA research benefits the general public as well as Veterans. See this time line of medical advances made by VA researchers, including Nobel Prize winners, and other information at these websites:

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