Paul G. Rogers

Established in 2006 , the Paul G. Rogers Champion Circle recognizes individuals and families who, like NOF’s founding chairman, the Honorable Paul G. Rogers, are advocates for a healthy America. The giving circle recognizes those who share Mr. Rogers’ tradition of action and advocacy to promote bone health and osteoporosis prevention through annual gifts totaling $5,000 or more.

Mr. Rogers served in Congress for 24 years and during eight of those years served as the Chairman of the House Subcommittee on Health and Environment. He was instrumental in helping to enact the National Arthritis Act, The Research on Aging Act, The National Cancer Act, The Clean Air Act, The Safe Drinking Water Act, and helped to establish the National Institute on Aging at the National Institutes of Health.

Gifts may be designated to specific program areas of donor interest, or given to support of BHOF’s central mission and the Honorable Paul G. Rogers’ vision – to prevent osteoporosis and broken bones, promote strong bones for life and reduce human suffering.

Benefits of membership include:

  • Your name listed on the BHOF website and in the annual report
  • Invitations to BHOF special events and functions

2021 Paul G. Rogers Champion Circle Members

$25,000 and above

Mrs. Iris B. Apfel
Charlotte Jones-Kopence d
Mr. John D. McElheny d
Mr. Alan S. Rachlin
Ms. Anne J. Reznikoff d
Ms. Angelena J. Sakalay d
Burton Spiller, MD d

$5,000 to $24,999

Ms. Carol Barton
Mrs. Dorothy M. Bluemke
Mr. Harold Russell Dunlap d
Sally C. Fullman, PhD T
Drs. Robert F. Gagel T and Margo A. Cox
Susan L. Greenspan, MD T
Ms. Catherine Hanoum
Mr. Charles B. Lawrence, Jr. T
Kenneth W. Lyles, MD T
Mrs. Jane S. Lyon

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