We are pleased to welcome you and inform you of a national organization totally dedicated to those who have psoriasis in Canada. The Society is a registered, charitable organization, and has a National Board of Directors across Canada.
The Psoriasis Society of Canada is a National Organization dedicated to the people who have psoriasis in Canada.
Support groups accross Canada from a national body called the Psoriasis of Canada. The society is incorporated under the Canada Corporations Act and is a registered charity with Revenue Canada.
The purpose of the Psoriasis Society of Canada is to assist its affiliated chapters, and to represent their members' needs on a National level which include:
Assist those who have psoriasis by providing up-to-date information on treatment, programs and services - Form support groups across Canada - Increase awareness of psoriasis among health care professionals and the public - Consult with Government to assist with programs and services - Encourage research programs to find the cause and cure for psoriasis
BECOME A MEMBER - your membership entitles you to receive the National Psoriasis Newsletter with the latest information on research and treatments.
FUNDRAISING EVENTS - plan a fund-raising event in your area. Write us and we will assist you with your planning.
DONATIONS - make a donation in memory of a relative, friend, or because you care. A receipt will be issued to you for all your donations and memberships.
VOLUNTEER - you can become a volunteer in your area and provide public awareness. It only takes a few hours a month.

ADVANTAGES OF MEMBERSHIP - there are numerous benefits to becoming a member.

  • A subscription to the National Psoriasis newsletter
  • Membership in a local chapter which represents the opportunity to meet with other people who have psoriasis.
  • Notifications of seminars, workshops, and conferences
  • Notification to participate in the National Psoriasis Walk

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1983 - 2013

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