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  • Public Health | Canada Charities | HCCC Site Map
    Alan Bernstein Mac Voisin Award of Distinction Nomination Form Funding Partner Past Funders Our Team Membership Our Members Membership Criteria Benefits of Membership Apply for Full Membership Apply for Affiliate Membership Testimonials Advocacy News and Events Calendar of Events Caring for Everybody Opportunity is Knocking CBC News Coverage on Charity Fundraising is Misleading April 5 is Family Caregiver Day HCCC Hill Times Advertisement Caring is Only the Beginning Resources How

    Original URL path: http://www.healthcharities.ca/site-map.aspx (2014-10-22)
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  • Public Health | Canada Charities | HCCC Disclaimer
    THIS SITE ASSUMES NO LIABILITY OR RESPONSIBILITY FOR ANY ERRORS OR OMISSIONS IN THE CONTENT CONTAINED ON THIS SITE User agrees to indemnify defend and hold Owner and its affiliates licensors content and service providers participating publishers authors dealers and suppliers harmless from any liability loss claim and expense including lawyer s fees and expenses related to a User s violation of this Agreement or use of the Web site All responsibility or liability for any damages caused by viruses contained within the electronic files or at the site is disclaimed Hyperlinks This site contains links to other Internet sites Such links are not endorsements of any products or services in such sites and no information in such site has been endorsed or approved by the ORGANIZATION Submissions All remarks suggestions ideas graphics or other information communicated to the ORGANIZATION through this site collectively the Submission will forever be the property of the ORGANIZATION The ORGANIZATION will not be required to treat any Submission as confidential and will not be liable for any ideas for its business including without limitation product or advertising ideas and will not incur any liability as a result of any similarities that may appear in

    Original URL path: http://www.healthcharities.ca/legal-disclaimer.aspx (2014-10-22)
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  • Public Health | Canada Charities | HCCC Privacy Policy
    any time Our privacy policy will be kept up to date and posted on our website Protecting Your Personal Information 1 Health Charities Coalition of Canada only collects personal information when you give it to us voluntarily for example by filling out a form or survey 2 Health Charities Coalition of Canada does not sell or lend your information to any third party marketing group 3 We may gather information about traffic on our web site so that we can continue to develop the site to better suit your needs This does not include personal information about you but includes information about your visit on the site such as The name of your Internet service provider its IP address and the name of your service provider s service The length of each visit The number of requests per visit Your type of operating system Windows MacIntosh Unix etc Your browser type Firefox Internet Explorer etc 4 Canadians are protected by two federal privacy laws the Privacy Act and the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act PIPEDA PIPEDA is based on the Canadian Standards Association s Model Code for the Protection of Personal Information which is incorporated into the legislation

    Original URL path: http://www.healthcharities.ca/privacy-policy.aspx (2014-10-22)
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  • Health Policy Canada | Health Charities Canada | Vision and Values
    and promoting the highest quality health research HCCC strives for excellence in health policy and seeks to ensure that the federal government and policy makers look to the Coalition and its members for timely advice and leadership on major health issues of concern to Canadians and that they recognize the competence commitment and contributions of health charities in improving the health and well being of Canadians HCCC was established in 2000 National health charities play a number of key roles in the health system including We are co funders with the government on some of the most important leading health research in the world Members of the HCCC alone fund in excess of 200 million annually for health research and research training We provide leadership in lifestyle change for prevention early detection management and quality of life We are part of the vast network of services in the Canadian health system that develop and offer programs to support patients families and caregivers We translate knowledge gained through research to affect better public policy and better health outcomes for Canadians Canadians place a high level of trust in Canada s national health charities They look to us for information reassurance assistance

    Original URL path: http://www.healthcharities.ca/about/vision-and-values.aspx (2014-10-22)
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  • Health Charities Canada | Canada Charities | HCCC Membership Criteria
    health policy HCCC s priority areas of focus Membership Obligations Participates in HCCC networking opportunities such as attending CEO Forums Annual Roundtable Meetings and advocacy events Provides in kind services to support HCCC s activities Commits to paying an annual membership fee as outlined in HCCC s Resourcing Policy A principle expectation of membership is that member organizations endorse the concept of providing IN KIND support in addition to membership fees This is intended to provide the person power and expertise required to act on HCCC priorities Members will do their best to respond to requests for assistance where possible e g full or part time secondments on a project basis participation in project teams committees task forces etc Makes a minimum 2 year membership commitment to HCCC in order to assist the Coalition in maintaining financial sustainability HCCC must adhere to the position statement on indirect costs of research It is the position of the Health Charities Coalition of Canada HCCC that health charities will not fund the indirect costs associated with the research they fund All HCCC members have agreed not to fund indirect costs While the HCCC recognizes that these are indeed legitimate expenditures we believe the funding of such costs is the responsibility of governments and or research institutions and not donors Click here to read the entire position statement Membership Criteria Affiliate Membership The following criteria must be met in order for an organization to qualify for membership in the Health Charities Coalition of Canada The organization Is a small health charity with annual revenues of 250 000 or less Maintains registered charitable status Is a national health charity Focuses on improving health as a part of its mission particularly in the areas of health research and health policy HCCC s priority areas of focus

    Original URL path: http://www.healthcharities.ca/membership/membership-criteria.aspx (2014-10-22)
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  • Health Charities Canada | Canada Charities | Health Advocacy |Calendar
    on a case by case basis only if a CEO is unable to attend From time to time if there is an important topic for the broad audience HCCC will open this portion of the meeting to your senior staff There is no cost to CEOs as CEO Forums are a benefit of membership If you wish to invite one of your senior team leaders a nominal charge of 75

    Original URL path: http://www.healthcharities.ca/news-and-events/calendar-of-events.aspx (2014-10-22)
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  • Caring for Everybody – A Celebration of Health Research Partnerships between Canada’s Academic Healthcare Organizations and Health Charities
    we raise awareness of world class research and innovation in Canada We also provide accountability to the public policy makers funders and donors who may not be aware of the roles of national health charities or academic healthcare organizations adds Deirdre Freiheit Executive Director of the Health Charities Coalition of Canada Whether you are a patient or family member a donor to a health charity or academic healthcare organization s foundation a researcher policy maker or funder health professional or member of the public we are delighted to invite you to share in this short celebration We hope it will inform and inspire you to continue your support for health research and innovation at academic healthcare organizations and health charities in Canada For more information contact Beatrice Keleher Raffoul Vice President Public Affairs Association of Canadian Academic Healthcare Organizations raffoul acaho org 613 730 5818 x 323 ABOUT ACAHO AND HCCC The Association of Canadian Academic Healthcare Organizations ACAHO is the national voice of Teaching Hospitals academic Regional Health Authorities RHAs and their Research Institutes The Association represents more than 45 organizations with members ranging from single hospitals to multi site multi dimensional regional facilities also known as Research Hospitals Members of ACAHO are leaders of innovative and transformational organizations which have an overall responsibility for the following integrated activities Timely access to a range of high quality specialized and some primary health care services Provision of all of the principal clinical teaching sites for Canada s health care professionals including partnerships with all 17 Faculties of Medicine and Faculties of Health Sciences Infrastructure to support and conduct health research in its dimensions medical discovery knowledge creation knowledge translation and innovation and commercialization There are no other organizations in the health system that provide the unique combination of health services

    Original URL path: http://www.healthcharities.ca/news-and-events/caring-for-everybody.aspx (2014-10-22)
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  • Health Charities Canada | Health Care Issues | HCCC Hill Times
    Opportunity is Knocking Posted 02 06 2012 Health care is the 1 priority of Canadians according to recent polls The members of the Health Charities Coalition of Canada HCCC applaud the leadership of the First Ministers in addressing the need for change in health care and health innovation building on the commitment from the Federal Government to provide continued funding for health Read the full advertisement here Back to news

    Original URL path: http://www.healthcharities.ca/news-and-events/opportunity-is-knocking.aspx (2014-10-22)
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