The Canadian Spondylitis Association (CSA) is the only non-profit organization in Canada dedicating 100% of its resources to improving the lives of patients living with Spondyloarthritic conditions and their families.
Your ongoing support will continue to help Canadians who live with Spondyloarthritis and the common complications this community is at risk of experiencing. Without your contributions and continued support, the programs and services that so many have come to rely upon would not be possible.
The CSA guards donor dollars rigorously, ensuring maximum yield. Your donations help to support:
- High quality, credible, up-to-date printed and digital information and educational materials for patients, their families, and for healthcare professionals
- Information sessions throughout Canada
- Support – group meetings, one-on-one support and on-line group meet ups
- Research – supporting research
- Awareness – executing programs to make our invisible illness visible
- Advocacy – informed influence to encourage governments to put Spondyloarthritis on the political agenda, implement policies and ensure patients have access to medications and services that will improve the lives of those living with Spondyloarthritis.
How can I donate?
The easiest way to give is with an unrestricted donation by filling in the form online and processing your gift via our secure payment portal. We are currently applying for charitable status in Canada. Until we gain charitable status we are not able to provide a tax credit but still encourage you to make a donation.
Donate by Mail
Send cheques or money orders payable to “The Canadian Spondylitis Association”, along with your full name, address, telephone numbers, and any other information you wish to share to:
Canadian Spondylitis Association
20 Loftus Road
Phelptson, ON Canada
What way can I donate?
Monthly Giving Plan
You can select how you wish to make donations. This service can last as long as you like and end at any time.
Giving in memory of a loved one or friend who has passed away leaves an ongoing legacy. The Canadian Spondylitis Association will provide a card to the next of kin letting them know that you have made a donation (the amount of the donation is not included). The name of the deceased and the name and address of the next of kin should be provided to us.
Gifts in the will
Gifts in the will frommembers is a way to ensure a future wherein The Canadian Spondylitis Association can continue to produce educational programs, and advocate on behalf of the spondylitis community and support research.
Please contact our Executive Director at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 705-715-2162 for information regarding the many available corporate opportunities.
The reasons for making a gift to the Canadian Spondylitis Association are personal and varied. Perhaps you are grateful for the service and information we provided you. Maybe you would like to leave a legacy to benefit future generations that are affected by spondyloarthritis. Perhaps you are passionate about increasing the visibility of the disease. We all want to find a cure.
Together, with your support, we can find a cure and create a future free from Spondyloarthritis.