This year has been full of challenges. While some people have been beset by financial hardship, many others have discovered resilience and adapted to the changing world circumstances. World Spine Care is grateful for the incredible support we have received which led to some new achievements in 2020.
Even during a global pandemic, people have come together to support causes that matter. In fact, according to GivingTuesday.org, donors in the United States gave $2.47 billion, a 29% increase in giving over 2019.
Our donors have also shown strong support this year. This year we launched our Helping Hands campaign with a goal of raising $10,000 by the end of the year. We are only a few donations away from reaching this goal!
We know that spine care clinicians want to offer more back to the world and society. They want to support causes within their area of expertise. The World Spine Care Helping Hands campaign will allow you to fuel your passion for spine care by keeping your fundraising dollars within your field.
Those who join Helping Hands will be invited to an exclusive online meet and greet with World Spine Care leaders including Scott Haldeman, Jean Moss, Adam Wilkey, and Margareta Nordin, who will be providing updates on World Spine Care projects. You’ll also have the opportunity to get answers to your questions about spine care directly from these leading experts in the spine care field. The exact date and time are still being finalized, but we plan to schedule it in mid-January.
It’s not too late! You have just one day left to make your tax-deductible contribution to the organization whose mission is to bring quality, evidence-based, sustainable spine care to underserved communities around the world.