Did you know that individual donors (like you!) are ISNA's most important source of financial support? The strongest support that you can give us is a monthly pledge, automatically deducted from your credit card. Even $10 or $20/month amounts to a strong investment in creating a world free of shame, secrecy, and unwanted genital surgery. Click here to make your gift (monthly or one time).
We are thrilled to announce that the Arcus Foundation has renewed funding for ISNA with $50,000 per year to help cover our 2006-2008 operating expenses! Arcus Foundation has been a key supporter of ISNA’s work since 2001, but this is the first time ISNA has secured ongoing funding from the Arcus Foundation.
Created in 2000 as a family foundation, the Arcus Foundation seeks to contribute to a pluralistic society that celebrates diversity and dignity, invests in youth and justice, and promotes tolerance and compassion. Initiated by Jon L. Stryker and Robert E. Schram, the foundation was formed in the belief that all individuals have a right and responsibility to full participation in our society and with the conviction that education and knowledge can be an antidote to intolerance and bigotry. Arcus has been ISNA’s strongest foundation sponsor since 2000.
Kicking Assets, a donor-directed fund of the Tides Foundation, has supported ISNA's work since 2004. In 2005, Kicking Assets granted us $5,000 to support general operations. Thanks, Kicking Assets!
Why not join them? Every donation helps. ISNA runs mostly on small, individual donations that together can add up to buckets of support. Click here to donate to support our efforts and to get a copy of our new video, "First Do No Harm: Total Patient Care for Inter
We are proud to announce that The California Endowment has awarded ISNA $50,000. This grant will be used to publish “Clinical Guidelines for the Management of Disorders of Sex Differentiation” and an accompanying “Parents’ Handbook.”
The California Endowment’s mission is to expand access to affordable, quality health care for underserved individuals and communities, and to promote fundamental improvements in the health status of all Californians.