Your Help Is Needed
The Centre for Menstrual Cycle and Ovulation Research is a not-for-profit woman-focused research centre. We provide information to medical practitioners, health care professionals and women of all ages about new and ongoing research. We value women’s self knowledge and experiences of their body.
Your donation will help to provide direct research and information resources available to an ever-growing public and ensure that CeMCOR’s work flourishes and expands to answer the needs of our community.
In anticipation of Dr. Jerilynn Prior's eventual retirement, CeMCOR has begun an endowment fund that will make it possible in the future to attract an outstanding clinician-researcher at the professor level to continue to provide much-needed endocrine research and leadership in the field of women's health. You can read more about this fundraising initiative here.
You may donate online using your Visa or Mastercard through the University of British Columbia’s secure web donation form. Please note that in order to ensure that your donation is routed to CeMCOR, you must follow these instructions:
- Click here to access our online donation form.
- You may then choose to give a one-time donation or a recurring monthly gift.
Donate by Mail
Please send your cheques or money orders to:
The Centre for Menstrual Cycle and Ovulation Research
Room 4111 - 2775 Laurel Street
Vancouver, BC Canada
Income tax receipts for donations over $25 will be mailed to you. US and the UK tax receipts are also available for your gift to CeMCOR.
You can help ensure that CeMCOR's vital work continues in the future through a charitable gift in your Will.
Upon your passing, your estate will receive a donation receipt for the value of your gift. This may significantly reduce the taxes owing on your final return.
If you are considering a gift in your Will, UBC's Gift & Estate Planning staff can help you with personalized will wording. For more information, please contact UBC Gift & Estate Planning at (604) 822 - 8906 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for your support of this vital research.