The American Fibromyalgia Syndrome Association, Inc.

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AFSA is an all volunteer nonprofit organization dedicated to funding research that investigates the causes and treatments for fibromyalgia syndrome.

A 501(c)3 Nonprofit Charitable Organization.

Donation and Order Form

Donate to AFSA today and help us fund promising new research studies. Over 90% of funds go to our mission and all donations are tax deductible to the full extent allowed by law. To make a donation:

  • Use our certified, secured website beginning with the form below (Visa, MasterCard, or American Express)
  • Call us at (520) 733-1570 with your credit card information
  • Click here to print out a donation form that can be mailed with your check or credit card information

For “in Memory of” donations, please call us or print out the above form. To donate stocks/securities, call us or fax your request to (520) 290-5550.

Contribution Categories:

      • Friends: $25
      • Inspirations: $50
      • Motivators: $100
      • Visionaries: $500
      • Champions: $1,000
      • Heros: $10,000 +
      • Any size donation is welcome!
To make an online donation, enter the amount below:
Your Tax-Deductable Donation
Note cards (Click here for note card details)
12-pack of cards w/envelopes $10.00
24-pack of cards w/envelopes $18.00
This transaction will be processed by our merchant bank eProcessingNetwork. Online donations of at least $25 will be sent a receipt of acknowledgement in the mail.

AFSA will gladly send United States residents a copy of its IRS-990 report. Click here for further instructions and information on AFSA’s accounting policies.

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The American Fibromyalgia Syndrome Association, Inc. (AFSA)
PO Box 32698, Tucson, AZ 85751 • Phone: (520) 733-1570 • Fax: (520) 290-5550
Federal Tax I.D. 77-0355224 • Copyright © 1998-2011

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