Thank you for inquiring about donating to the Central Alberta FASD Network.
Your donation directly supports the FASD Network’s clients in a variety of ways including assessment and diagnosis, outreach support, and other programming. Currently we are focusing donations to support individuals accessing assessment and diagnostic services through our clinic.
The Central Alberta FASD Clinic receives provincial funding to provide a limited number of assessments throughout the year. In addition, some individuals are eligible for alternate sources of funding, primarily through Children’s Services and Jordan’s Principle. When there is no alternate source of funding available and the allotted funding designated for assessment and diagnosis has been utilized, clients must wait until the next fiscal year to receive clinic services. With your donation, the Network can increase the quantity of assessments provided to individuals in Central Alberta. Thank you for your consideration in assisting us to provide supports and services for individuals across the lifespan.
In order to provide a tax-receipt an organization must be registered as a charity with the Canada Revenue Agency. The Network is in the process of obtaining Charity Status and cannot guarantee this will be granted prior to our year end of March 31, 2022. If status is granted prior to year-end we will provide you with a tax-receipt.
We are currently accepting cash or cheque donations, other forms of payment will be available in the future when we receive confirmed Charity Status.
Your cash or cheque donation can be mailed to our office:
Central Alberta FASD Network
206-33 McKenzie Crescent
Red Deer County, AB
Please contact us if you have any further questions.