Donor Benefits and How Donations are Used

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/BPS.

Donor Benefits

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/BPS.

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/BPS 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/BPS”) 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/BPS Plate™ with 21 easy IC/BPS 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:

  • Advocate for IC/BPS research on Capitol Hill. 
  • 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/BPS 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/BPS leading to treatments and, eventually, a cure.

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