Donations are being sought to support The Canadian Institute for Obsessive Compulsive Disorders.
Please join the community of supporters for this urgent cause and contribute generously to the CIOCD current five million dollar campaign.
Your generosity gives crucial support for CIOCD programs designed to help OCD sufferers through the life span – children, adolescents, adults, and seniors. Please see the CIOCD Mission Statement on the “About CIOCD” page of the Institute website for additional information. There are many ways you can contribute. Whether you wish to sponser a fund raising event, join the CIOCD Consumer and Volunteer Volunteer Networking Group, or participate in an educational session for patients and families in your region, every gesture of support is appreciated.
Your gift to the CIOCD will help reduce the ongoing suffering and disability associated with OCD through educational, training, and other programs designed to improve the quality and accessibility of specialized clinical care for children, adolescents, and adults in suffering from OCD and related disorders. Your donation may be given in honor of an individual you wish to designate.
Any gift commensurate with your capacity and wish to support this important cause is crucially important. In grateful recognition benefactors at the $ 5000.00 plus level are currently honored by being named CIOCD founding donors.
Major gifts to the CIOCD are needed now to allow the CIOCD to respond quickly to the urgent needs of OCD sufferers for information, educational sessions for patients and their families, as well as educational and training programs designed to increase effective specialized treatment for OCD available in your region.
For information regarding gift, naming, and endowment opportunities please contact the CIOCD President
Dr. Debbie Sookman, at president@CIOCD.ca or email@example.com
Your donation can be made online now by clicking on the Donate Now link below.
You may also donate by cheque made to the order of: The Canadian Institute for Obsessive Compulsive Disorders.
Please send your cheque to:
The Canadian Institute for Obsessive Compulsive Disorders
Bay Adelaide Centre, East Tower,
22 Adelaide St W,
Toronto, ON, Canada M5H 4E3
Donors may take advantage of the capital gains tax exemption by making their donations in the form of a direct transfer of publicly traded shares.
A charitable tax receipt will be issued by the CIOCD for donations in accordance with
the Canada Revenue Agency’s guidelines and regulations.
The Canadian Institute for Obsessive Compulsive Disorders is a Not-for-Profit Corporation
under the Canada Not-for-Profit Corporations Act,
and a Registered Charity under the Income Tax Act
with charitable registration number 805819117RR0001.