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Thank you for choosing to support Cystic Fibrosis Canada. Your kind donation will be used to support one of the four vital areas:
- New and impactful research
- Excellence in clinical treatment and care
- Scientific capacity building
Your gift makes a difference!
Our Commitment to Donors
Cystic Fibrosis Canada adheres to the standards set out in Imagine Canada’s Ethical Fundraising and Financial Accountability Code and the Association of Fundraising Professionals’ Donor Bill of Rights. We are committed to safeguarding donor rights through the highest degree of transparency and accountability in fundraising and financial practices.
Living with cystic fibrosis means a lifetime of medications, treatments and potential hospitalizations. It means a fear of what the future holds. A question mark around ambitions, goals and aspirations. Be the reason that 4,300 Canadians dream more freely of their future. Help us make that happen. There are so many reasons to give. For all of those reasons and more, click here to donate now or email email@example.com for more information.
The estimated median age of survival for Canadians born with cystic fibrosis today is now over 50 – but what if we could Make It 75? As a monthly donor, you’ll join a determined, passionate group of people who are funding research, fighting for access to medication, and supporting the search for a cystic fibrosis cure, each and every day of the year. You’ll be helping people with cystic fibrosis live longer than ever before. Help us Make It 75. Click here to become a monthly donor now, or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
A gift made in memory offers a thoughtful, caring way to remember a special person, while contributing to improving the lives of Canadians struggling with cystic fibrosis. We will send an acknowledgement letter to the designated recipient, notifying him or her of your thoughtful gift. You can personalize the message, if you wish. Click here to make a gift in memory, or email email@example.com for more information
Honour a loved one by making a gift to Cystic Fibrosis Canada. By making a donation in your loved one’s honour, you are supporting life-saving research and care and providing hope that one day a cure or control for cystic fibrosis will be found. A donation can be made to acknowledge or commemorate one of life’s milestones. We can send an acknowledgement letter to the designated recipient, notifying him or her of your thoughtful gift. You can personalize the message, if you wish. Click here to make a gift in honour, or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information
Our Wedding Celebration Program is a unique and thoughtful way to add meaning to your special day as you help make a difference in the lives of young Canadians with cystic fibrosis. Ask your guests to make a donation in lieu of wedding or shower gifts, or make a donation in their behalf to thank them for their love and support.
For more information please e-mail email@example.com or call 1-800-378-2233.
Please download our Single Gift form and follow the instructions.
About Birthday Fundraisers on Facebook
Facebook gives its users the opportunity to create their own fundraiser(s) on their birthday in support of personal causes or non-profits. Since its launch, the feature has been very popular among the CF community.
When creating a birthday fundraiser, please keep in mind that you'll be asked to provide the following (necessary) information:
- The non-profit you want to raise money for.
- The amount of money you want to raise.
- The date you want your fundraiser to end.
- A title and description for your fundraiser, including your name, event name and the nearest chapter or the one you want it allocated to (i.e. John Doe, Birthday Fundraiser, Toronto Chapter)
- Your email address
Please note that if you do not name the title of the fundraiser exactly as stated above, CF Canada may not be able to ensure the funds you have raised are allocated accordingly.