C. Dartenne (verantwortlich), verfasst 22. Januar 2012 um 14:34 Uhr
Folgender Spendenaufruf ist vom Vorstand des in den USA gegründeten Vereins verabschiedet worden. Hier wird erklärt, wofür das Geld eingesetzt werden wird und welches Ziel insgesamt verfolgt wird.
It gives me great pleasure to announce that the International Asherman’s Association (IAA) recently received recognition as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization in the USA. Our mission is to significantly reduce the frequency and severity of Asherman’s Syndrome worldwide through efforts in research, advocacy and education. Being a non-profit organization allows us to receive tax deductable donations that will help us further our mission.
This is not a small task, as you know. It is extremely difficult to quantify how many new cases of Asherman’s Syndrome occur, but our calculations indicate there could be over 2 million women affected by this condition each year. Even if this estimate is high by an order of magnitude, the effort to end this condition requires significant attention and funding.
The Board of Directors of the IAA has been working together for the past 18 months to help coordinate efforts in research, education, and advocacy. We have a great team of volunteers, including Dr Charles March, Poly Spyrou, who started this effort, and previous/current members of the Asherman’s online support group, all of whom are committed to our cause. You are part of our Asherman’s family and it is for you that we do this.
It would be greatly appreciated if you would honor our work by making a tax deductible donation, regardless of the size. One hundred percent of your donation will be used to further our mission and to assist the women this affects, including you, worldwide.
Periodically, we will keep you up to date on the movements of the organization to ensure you know how your donation is being used. We appreciate anything you can offer, and we give you our promise to keep fighting to eliminate Asherman’s Syndrome.
Every little bit counts.
Remember, find strength in hope.
International Asherman’s Association