Please donate to VAC-AVC

Please donate to VAC-AVC

VAC-AVC is regulated by the Not-for-Profit Corporations Act to safeguard your donations. We are not yet registered as a Charity to issue a donation receipt for income tax purposes.

Your support will help

Provide a resource for patients & families

Provide a resource for patients & families

Providing one place with access to the latest information about vascular anomalies and the work of leading experts in the field.

Share knowledge

Share knowledge

Creating a meeting place for cutting-edge education and knowledge sharing for patients, families & health-care professionals.

Build collaboration

Build collaboration

Helping all the professions in this field to work together alongside patients and families.

FAQs

What is Vascular Anomalies Canada (VAC-AVC)?

Vascular Anomalies Canada (VAC-AVC) is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing support, information, and resources to individuals and families affected by vascular anomalies.

How can VAC-AVC help me?

VAC-AVC offers a wide range of support services, including educational materials, access to medical experts, support groups, and networking opportunities with other individuals and families facing similar challenges.

How do I contact VAC-AVC for support?

You can contact VAC-AVC through their website by filling out the contact form or by emailing them directly at the provided email address. They aim to respond to inquiries as soon as possible.

Are there any support groups available for individuals and families?

Yes, VAC-AVC facilitates support groups where individuals and families can connect with others who have experienced or are currently facing vascular anomalies. These groups provide a supportive environment for sharing experiences and coping strategies.

Can VAC-AVC assist with medical information and resources?

Absolutely! VAC-AVC collaborates with medical professionals and experts in the field of vascular anomalies to ensure accurate and up-to-date information is available. They can provide resources such as brochures, educational materials, and referrals to medical specialists.