Dr. George F. Heath Society

The Dr. George F. Heath Society is a donor recognition guild devoted to supporting the mission of the ANA and its programming needs, while expanding, educating and inspiring the collecting community. Three levels of membership are available: 

Silver ($1,000 annual gift)   |   Gold ($2,500 annual gift)  |  Diamond ($5,000 annual gift) 

*Recurring monthly and quarterly installment plans are available. ANA membership is required to become a Heath Society member.

Membership in the Dr. George F. Heath Society will be honored with ongoing recognition; a Heath Society medal with your name, Heath Society membership number, and year that you joined engraved on the reverse; invitations to special events, and so much more. Plus, you will have the satisfaction of knowing you are part of an influential group dedicated to making a lasting impact on our hobby. Make your pledge below to foster the future of numismatics and become a member of the Dr. George F. Heath Society.  See current member list here.


BECOME A MEMBER NOW by selecting a recurring payment option below or click here to view benefits chart

If you have questions or would prefer to join by phone or email, please contact Donna Frater at (719) 482-9856 or by email at dfrater@money.org.

Heath Society Silver Membership

Monthly $83.33 Pledge
Silver Membership Quarterly $250 Pledge
Silver Membership Annual $1,000 Pledge

Heath Society Gold Membership

Monthly $208.33 Pledge
Quarterly $625 Pledge
Annual $2,500 Pledge

Heath Society Diamond Membership

Monthly $416.67 Pledge
Quarterly $1,250 Pledge
Annual $5,000 Pledge

Spouses/partners of Heath Society members are invited to become Heath Society Associate members for an additional $250.  Spouse/partner benefits are limited to recognition and event invitations.

Heath Members


Heath Society Medal and Benefits Chart


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