Donate

 

We provide several methods of making a donation to support The ILC Charitable Foundation. Donations can be made on-line, resulting in an email to you of your official tax receipt.

Donations can also be made by mailing a donation cheque to:

The ILC Charitable Foundation
481 North Service Road West
Unit A14
Oakville, Ontario
L6M 2V6

If you have any questions, please call 416-822-3494. Thank-you!

Please Select Your Donation Option

You will receive an electronic receipt (Tax receipts are mailed each January).


General Awareness and Education Program Donations

One Time Donation:

Monthly Contribution:


Monthly contribution




“In Honour Of” or “Memorial” Donations

In Honour Of Donations can be used to recognize individuals for a special occasion. 

Memorial Donations recognize deceased individuals. They allow you to honour a loved one’s life and to support our programs. The donor receives a donation acknowledgement card, and the family of the deceased receives a card informing him or her of the donation.


Help fund Canadian Institute for Health Research Strategic Patient Oriented Patient Engaged Research (CIHR/SPOR/PE) Chronic Pain Network

EDS Research:

 

Chronic pain management research:


Thank you very much.

The ILC Independent Board of Directors, Advisory Committees, Volunteers and the Families we support!

  • 2017 Conference Videos and presentation documents are now available here
  • Charity Car Donation for chronic pain support
  • Announcements

    ILC Centre of Excellence – Toronto Stay Tuned

    ILC Support and Accessibilities Centre specializing in EDS and related conditions that cause altered physical abilities – Stay Tuned

    For more information, contact
    Sandy@theilcfoundation.org

  • Research Projects

  • National Pain Strategy

  • Recent Articles

  • According to results from the 2007/2008 Canadian Community Health Survey, about 1 in 10 Canadians aged 12 to 44 - 9% of males and 12% of females, an estimated 1.5 million people - experienced chronic pain. The Statistics Canada report noted that absences from school, work and social activities have been linked to chronic pain, and mental health may be compromised.

    The president of the Canadian Pain Society, Dr. Mary Lynch, says "Pain is misunderstood and undertreated, and can be a lifelong struggle."

    The Declaration of Montreal September 2010 Footnote 6 states: Appropriate assessment includes recording the results of assessment (e.g., pain as the “5th vital sign,” can focus attention on unrelieved pain, triggering appropriate treatment interventions and adjustments). Appropriate treatment includes access to pain medications, including opioids and other essential medications for pain, and best-practice interdisciplinary and integrative non-pharmacological therapies, with access to professionals skilled in the safe and effective use of these medicines and treatments and supported by health policies, legal frameworks, and procedures to assure such access and prevent inappropriate use. Given the lack of adequately trained health professionals, this will require providing educational programs regarding pain assessment and treatment in all of the health care professions and programs within the community for community care workers delivering pain care. It also includes establishment of programs in pain medicine for the education of specialist physicians in pain medicine and palliative medicine. Accreditation policies to assure appropriate standards of training and care should also be established.

  • Upcoming Events

    1. Halifax Support Group Meeting

      December 10, 2017 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
    2. ILC 6th Annual Ehlers Danlos & Chronic Pain Conference

      November 10, 2018 - November 11, 2018
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