We have decided to establish two annual funds, one for singing lessons for disadvantaged girls, and a scholarship prize at her old high school for the child showing the most determination while overcoming adversity. We also encourage everyone to donate to Rogers House, Ottawa's children's palliative care hospice, where India spent her last week.
We will be establishing these funds over the next week or so. India's birthday is May 24th. If you feel inclined we'd like it if you could donate in her memory on that day every year in order for us to provide the scholarships for the upcoming school years. We will be providing a seed of $500 to $1,000 for each fund every year. The more we raise the more we will be able to provide in her name.
If you wish to donate to India's funds there are two ways to do it:
Donate through PayPal with a credit card (VISA, AMEX, or Mastercard), or your PayPal account here (Donations through PayPal will be split evenly between the two funds):
Make out a cheque in the amount of your choosing, indicating which fund you'd like to support (if no preference we will split it between the two funds) and mail it to:
1 ch. Pritchard
Canada, J0X 1A0
If you put a memo on the cheque that it's for "India's Funds" we will be able to separate it from other donations. Thank you.
We're very sorry but we cannot issue tax receipts for donations to these funds.
Please donate to this lab as they continue to work on SMA-PME. Treatments are too late to save India but the work they are doing has huge ramifications for others.
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