WADEM kindly asks that you consider contributing to the “Support a Delegate” scholarship fund in your charitable giving! This fund provides students and delegates from low and middle-income countries (LMICs) registration scholarships to participate in the WADEM Congress 2019 in Brisbane, Australia from 7-10 May. In many cases, scholarship recipients are able to leverage the award to obtain additional sources of support in order to participate!
100% of all donations will be used for registration scholarships, and they will be awarded through a competitive application process.
LMICs are often the most impacted by large-scale natural disasters, humanitarian crises, and mass-casualty incidents, yet have the fewest resources for preparedness, response, and recovery. Students are the next generation of health care professionals, first responders, and researchers!
Through your generous support, we can help make a difference and improve health outcomes from disasters and emergency situations!
Any contribution, big or small, will help!
Prefer to donate by check? – If you prefer to send in a check (US and Canadian financial institutions only), please make it payable to “WADEM” in USD and mail to the following address:
3330 University Avenue, Suite 130
Madison, WI 53705
The AmazonSmile Foundation donates 0.5% of the purchase price from eligible AmazonSmile purchases to WADEM. Please remember when shopping on Amazon, use the following URL – smile.amazon.com. The prices for the products are the same as the regular Amazon website, you are just helping to support WADEM while you shop!
To select WADEM as your preferred charitable organization, please click on the image above or the following URL – https://smile.amazon.com/ch/33-0553898 – which WADEM’s unique charity link.*
*Please note that WADEM’s legal name is the World Association for Emergency and Disaster Medicine, Inc. which is the name listed on AmazonSmile. Many years ago, WADEM began to do business under its current name, the World Association for Disaster and Emergency Medicine.