The Foundation for Independent Research on Technology and Health was granted tax-exempt status as a registered charity by Revenue Canada, Ottawa, effective March 7, 1983. As such, it can accept donations in cash or in kind to further its charitable objectives.
With the advent of the Internet and the World Wide Web, some things have become possible that would have been unheard of before. One of the biggest changes is the opportunity to make databases and alliances that were difficult if not impossible to build in previous times because of the large costs involved. Technology and Health Foundation is now busy creating Internet databases and alliances that will spur the world towards better human environmental health.
In particular, Technology and Health Foundation has partnered with other non-profit organizations to produce HealthySchools.com, which presents indoor air quality management information for school boards throughout Canada. The Foundation has also formed the Technology and Health Alliance to promote the use of the Internet for distributing information on environmental health.
The Foundation's Internet projects are key components of the Foundation's overall objectives, which include furthering research into the effects of environmental factors on health and encouraging the creation of medical research facilities that would be suitable for the diagnosis and treatment of environmentally-related disease.
Your support as a Foundation donor is very much appreciated. If you have any questions about the Foundation, its history or its activities, please feel free to contact us. To make a donation, make a cheque or money order payable to TECHNOLOGY AND HEALTH FOUNDATION and send it to either address on our contact page. If you have an in-kind donation to propose, please contact the Chair of the Foundation.