The NVA has launched its new Online Resource Center to help you obtain immediate information and support. Instead of waiting to receive information by mail, we’re now offering a secure center where you can access treatment information online.
Here are the benefits you receive for a tax-deductible contribution of $30 ($35 outside of the US):
NVA’s 24-page self-help guide for vulvodynia patients, containing vulvar care tips, common treatment options and personal advice from other women with vulvodynia;
NVA’s most recent newsletter, featuring articles written by vulvodynia experts, and three more newsletters this coming year;
The most comprehensive list available of health care professionals who treat vulvodynia and related conditions (will be e-mailed to you within 24 to 48 hours); and
Contact information for your local vulvodynia support leader, so you can connect with other women in your area (also e-mailed).
If you donate $65 (instead of $30), you will also gain immediate access to 33 back issues of our newsletter, which contain valuable treatment information.
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If you need our services but can't afford to make a donation at this time, please contact us by completing this online form.
Why is my donation important and how is it used?
Simply put, the NVA would not exist without the financial support of people like you. NVA was founded by five women who suffer from vulvodynia and many of our services are provided by volunteers. Your donation helps us provide patient services, educate health care professionals and support critical medical research. Read more about us here.
Your name and contact information will be kept strictly confidential. The NVA does not disclose its donors' names under any circumstances.
The National Vulvodynia Association is a nonprofit organization that strives to improve women's lives through education, support, advocacy and research funding. The NVA is not a medical authority and strongly recommends that you consult your own health care provider regarding any course of treatment or medication.
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