Note: all donations will be considered part of the Imagine a Cure Campaign.
(Click here for more information about the campaign). If you prefer to mail or fax your gift, please click here to download a PDF version of the special Imagine a Cure Pledge Form.
Thank you for considering a gift to the IWMF. We are a volunteer organization with a very small salaried staff. Our mission is to support all Waldenstrom’s macroglobulinemia (WM) patients, their families and their friends, by providing educational and support services.
You may make an online gift to our Member Services fund now by clicking on the big orange Make a Member Services Gift button above. As a non-profit organization under 501(c)(3) of the US Internal Revenue Service Code, the IWMF will issue tax receipts for all gifts.
If you prefer to mail or fax your gift, please click here to download a PDF version of the Member Services Fund Giving Form.
You may click here to learn more about the seven personalized levels of giving to the Member Services Fund that cover all levels of affordability.
Note that the gifts to Member Services will be used first and foremost to satisfy Member Service Fund expenses and then, after those obligations are met, will be considered by the Board of Trustees for other IWMF activities including research.
As a non-profit organization under Section 501 (c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, the IWMF will issue tax receipts for all gifts.
With your support of Member Services, the IWMF will continue to support and enhance our member benefits, such as:
- Local support groups, where people with WM and their families and friends meet to share information and to experience group support and friendship. There are 60 groups in North America, and over 20 others worldwide in places like Australia, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, India, Ireland, Israel, Japan, the Netherlands, New Zealand, and the United Kingdom.
- The Educational Forum that annually brings together leading WM specialists and researchers to inform patients of the latest developments and answer their questions.
- The Torch, our quarterly newsletter, filled with the most recent information about WM.Add Comcast Services
- IWMF Lifeline, a contact listing, arranged by topic, where IWMF volunteers experienced in a particular topic will talk with callers on a one-to-one basis about their own experience and respond to questions.
- Free publications directed to you, your doctor, and your caregivers. Our publication list is regularly updated and expanded. See the IWMF Library for a complete list.
- IWMF-Talk, an Internet e-mail list made available so that patients can communicate with each other and share their WM experiences.
- The Patient Database, a secure personalized registry which contains the active medical histories of WM patients who have registered to use it to personally track their ow n WM condition.
- DVD and YouTube presentations about the various aspects and outcomes of standard and emerging treatments for WM patients. The speakers are renowned scientists and clinicians from academia and cancer research centers.
- The IWMF website, a treasure trove of information.
Since WM is a such a rare disease, we welcome your help in supporting our WM family!