Thank you for contributing to the Interstitial Cystitis Association (ICA). By becoming a donor of the ICA, you are joining other patients, healthcare providers, and researchers who are committed to ensuring a better life for people living with IC.

We hope you find the resources below informative and helpful. You must be logged in to view the resources. Please feel free to contact us with your questions about IC research, treatments, and self-help strategies. Your input is important to the ICA. Please let us know how we might improve programs and services.

Annual Giving Level

Support Amount

Benefits

Friend
$10 – $49
  • Online access to downloadable and informative brochures (including “Eating With IC”) and fact sheets.
  • Subscription to bi-weekly ICA eNews updates
Supporter
$50 – $99
  • All of the above, plus:
  • Subscription to ICA Update, ICA’s award-winning magazine published three times per year (US donors only).
  • Online access to two most recent past issues of ICA Update.
  • Online access to the IC Plate™ with 21 easy IC Plate™ meals the whole family will enjoy.
  • Access to downloadable ICA Restroom Access Card.
Advocate
$100 – $249
Patron
$250 – $499

Annual Giving Level

Support Amount

Angel
Monthly Giving
Ambassador
$25,000+ in lifetime giving
Guardian
Planned Giving

 

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Other Helpful Resources

Contributions help keep programs and services operating at peak strength. We depend on donations such as yours to:

  • Fund the ICA Pilot Research Program, which “opens the door” for many researchers and enables them to collect the data required to obtain government grants to further explore the causes and treatments of IC
  • Gather and disseminate news and research updates via the ICA Update, ICA eNews, and email blasts
  • Expand the ICA website (www.ichelp.org) and keep this free, online resource current
  • Tweet about scientific meetings and other IC community happenings (www.twitter.com/ichelp)
  • Maintain the ICA Facebook page where patients can get support and discuss the challenges of living with bladder pain, urgency and frequency
  • Ensure that Congress and the National Institutes of Health understand the issues that are important to you, and continue to provide critical research funding for IC leading to treatments and, eventually, a cure.

Revised Monday, May 16th, 2016