Canadian Addison Society

About Us

Since 1990 when The Canadian Addison Society was founded, the membership has grown from 13 to over 350 members.

The primary purpose of our site is to offer information about Addison's Disease and other forms of Adrenal Insufficiency. Through our various support groups across Canada, we have contacts who may be able to provide information to the many questions a newly diagnosed patient might have, as well as the opportunity of personal contact with somebody who has experienced some of the concerns associated with the disease.

The Canadian Addison Society is designated as a registered charitable organization under the Income Tax Act of Canada by the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA), #87248 5511 RR0001.

Donations to The Canadian Addison Society may be made via Visa or Mastercard using the links on our Home Page to PayPal or CanadaHelps. Tax receipts for donations of $15 or more will be issued by the Canadian Addison Society if paid through PayPal, and by CanadaHelps for donations through their website.

Donations may also be sent directly to the Society by mail.

The Canadian Addison Society
c/o the Treasurer
2 Palace Arch Drive
Etobicoke, ON
M9A 2S1

Donate Now With CanadaHelps.org

Donate Now to The Canadian Addison Society through CanadaHelps.org

You may choose to use CanadaHelps.org where you may make your donations (only) using your Credit Card. CanadaHelps.org will provide you with a tax receipt almost immediately.

MEMBERS PLEASE NOTE:
Membership cannot be paid through CanadaHelps.org.
For Membership dues payment please use PayPal or forward a cheque.

Tax receipts will be issued for donations of $15 or more when mailed to:
The Canadian Addison Society
c/o the Treasurer
2 Palace Arch Drive
Etobicoke, ON
M9A 2S1

Donate Now With PayPal

Donate or pay membership dues using PayPal where you may use:
VISA - MASTERCARD - AMEX - DISCOVER
You do not require a PayPal account to use this payment option.
Donations over $15 made using either PayPal or cheque will receive a tax receipt directly from The Canadian Addison Society.