Generous support for the infrastructure, staffing, mounting and maintenance of the Truth Tobacco Industry Documents (formerly known as the Legacy Tobacco Documents Library) has been provided by the following organizations:
Truth Initiative is a national public health foundation in Washington D.C. committed to empowering young people to reject tobacco and create "Generation Free," the first generation for whom tobacco use is a thing of the past. As the largest non-profit public health organization in the nation devoted specifically to tobacco control, Truth Initiative has a history of producing game-changing public health initiatives – like the award-winning truth® youth smoking prevention campaign – that are proven to reduce tobacco use among youth and young adults.
The Flight Attendant Medical Research Institute’s mission is to sponsor scientific and medical research for the early detection and cure of diseases and medical conditions caused from exposure to tobacco smoke.
Tobacco-Related Disease Research Program funds research that enhances understanding of tobacco use, prevention and cessation, the social, economic and policy-related aspects of tobacco use, and tobacco-related diseases in California.
The American Heart Association builds healthier lives, free of cardiovascular diseases and stroke through public health education.
Cancer Research UK works to help prevent cancer, diagnose it earlier, develop new treatments and optimize current treatments by personalizing them and making them even more effective.
Health Canada is the Federal department responsible for helping Canadians maintain and improve their health, while respecting individual choices and circumstances.
The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation concentrates on fostering environments that promote health and on improving how health care in America is delivered and paid for, and how well it does for patients and their families.
The UCSF Academic Senate’s mission is to provide analytical and administrative support, guidance, coordination, communication and assistance in matters concerning members of the Academic Senate and associated UCSF Faculty.
The Wellcome Trust’s aim is to achieve extraordinary improvements in human and animal health. In pursuit of this, it supports biomedical research and the medical humanities with grants and educational resources.