Membership Has Its Privileges

Posted September 7th, 2010 by webadmin

Today we begin our fall phone campaign. From now through to December, we will be contacting past and present supporters of the Canadian Hemochromatosis Society to thank them, renew their interest in our mission, and listen to their ideas and experiences with hemochromatosis. Allen Boolinoff is the project coordinator and will be making the majority of the phone calls.

If you are a past supporter and believe in the work of the Canadian Hemochromatosis Society, take the opportunity to say so and sign up for a membership when Allen calls.

What does becoming a member mean?

  • You have a say in the Society with the right to vote at our Annual General Meeting.
  • You align yourself with the mission of the Society to create awareness of hemochromatosis in Canada so that those affected are diagnosed and treated early, before disease occurs.
  • Most importantly, you help to create strength in numbers so that the Canadian Hemochromatosis Society can boost awareness amongst all Canadians including government, medical professionals and the general public.

We appreciate your support.