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First Chance to Give for Scleroderma in 2011!

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First Chance to Give for Scleroderma in 2011!


Did you know that this is the most important time of the year to donate for scleroderma? Yes it is!


That's because it's the right way to start our New Years out with a positive way to tackle scleroderma. How can we expect help or a cure, if we don't make an effort to make it happen? Start the New Year off right by Donating Now!


We are a responsible, full-service, public U.S. nonprofit charitable agency for scleroderma, and we need YOUR help, TODAY, for tackling scleroderma!


Why should we donate for scleroderma to the ISN?

ISN provides world leadership and collaboration :emoticons-yes:


The nonprofit International Scleroderma Network (ISN) is the #1 scleroderma resource in the world, hands down! Support the best scleroderma resource in the world! Donate Now


ISN doesn't waste your money on offices or employees


That's right, the ISN uses our money so wisely, and relies on volunteers so heavily, that we have no offices and no employees! Thus they use our donations to directly tackle scleroderma research, support, education and awareness. We use your money wisely, so Donate Now!


ISN invests directly in vital missions, including research :jump-for-joy:


And the ISN funds research by the incredibly effective nonprofit Scleroderma Clinical Trials Consortium (SCTC) which provides peer-reviewed international research to help us find treatments and a long-awaited cure. We have an urgent need for research -- Donate Now!

ISN is patient-led and really truly cares about scleroderma :emoticon-hug:


We genuinely care about tackling scleroderma on every front: research, support, education and awareness.


The ISN began as a grassroots organization and remains a patient-led initiative that provides stellar world leadership for scleroderma and related illnesses such as Raynaud's and pulmonary hypertension. We are grassroots and truly care about scleroderma, so please donate now!


Your support will provide exciting initiatives for scleroderma! :fairy:


With your generous and continuing support, we will be adding hundreds of pages of vital information to our sclero.org site in 2011. Our Sclero Forums will be bursting at the seams with daily messages of medical news and responsible, compassionate support. Four chats a week (or more!) will keep the personal touch at hand, along with our blossoming affiliate subforums all the way from Australia to the U.K.


Every donation will always support stellar scleroderma research, too. We provide support 24 hours a day, all around the world. We provide vital daily medical information and support for scleroderma! Help us continue our outreach by donating now!


ISN is GuideStar Registered


To validate ISN nonprofit status and view ISN financial statements, go to http://www.guidestar.org and search for International Scleroderma Network. Our U.S. federal tax ID number is 26-0039428. The ISN has an unbeatable track record of making every single penny stretch all the way around the world, and back again! Feel free to check us out and you'll be even more inspired to donate generously to the ISN!


Take Action for Scleroderma Today -- It's the Best New Years Resolution of all!


This is the most important time of the year to tackle scleroderma!


Please help us tackle scleroderma by donating today...right now, this very minute!


Plan ahead: your donation today (online or by mail) will be eligible for 2011 U.S. charitable tax deduction; see your tax adviser for more information.



Thank you for your generous and heartfelt support. We all truly appreciate it!


Donations may also be mailed to:


International Scleroderma Network

7455 France Ave S #266

Edina, MN 55435


or call us toll free at 1-800-564-7099.

Warm Hugs,


Shelley Ensz

Founder and President

International Scleroderma Network (ISN)

Hotline and Donations: 1-800-564-7099


The most important thing in the world to know about scleroderma is sclero.org.

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