December 30, 2020
Dear PSC Partners Canada Supporter:

Please consider a donation to support the work of PSC Partners Canada during these last hours of 2020.

Imagine welcoming a new year with the news that an effective treatment has been found to slow or stop the progression of PSC, or even better, that a cure has been found! It is this vision and your support that drives us to continue to fund research, advocate for patients, and provide education and support for all affected by PSC.

Warmest wishes for a hopeful 2021!

On behalf of PSC Partners Canada
Mary Vyas
President

Donations received before January 1, 2021 will be eligible for a donation receipt for tax purposes for 2020.
For more about 2020 activities, read on, and explore the links:

  • Advocacy: Joined with PSC Partners in jointly conducting the successful Making Our Voices Heard: Patient-Focused Drug Development Forum (PFDD). Available on-demand.

  • Education: Joined with PSC Partners in conducting seven informative webinars, in lieu of the 2020 Conference, to ensure that our community stays informed and educated about PSC research, treatments, and more. Available on-demand.

  • Research: Announced the Canadian funding of three new, promising, international research projects, complementing the research portfolio of seven new PSC Partners (US) research projects. Read more about Canadian funded grants here.

  • Thinking Big: Participated in numerous educational webinars and nonprofit gatherings offered by the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative's Rare As One Project. PSC Partners is one of 30 patient-led organizations chosen for this project designed to increase international research and drive progress towards the search for cures and two members of the Canadian Board have joined this cohort.

  • Investing in Canadian Capacity: Established a two-year PSC Partners Canada Fellowship in PSC and Autoimmune Liver Disease at Toronto General Hospital with joint support from the UHN Foundation. Also funded the inaugural Canadian Association for the Study of Liver Disease PSC Partners Seeking a Cure Canada Award at the Feb 2020 Canadian Liver Meeting for the best abstract presented on PSC.

We've made giving easier this year! As always, you can mail us a cheque, or give online with a credit card, and now, you can simply send an Interac e-transfer to contactus@pscpartners.ca! Details and links on how to give here.

Together, we will find effective treatments a cure for PSC.
Our mission is to provide education and support to PSC patients, families and caregivers and to raise funds to research causes, treatments and potential cures for primary sclerosing cholangitis.

PSC Partners Seeking a Cure Canada
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