The Chordoma Foundation is an international organization; our work with scientists and physicians, research funding, and support for patients spans the globe. Likewise, we depend on the support of donors across the world to make these programs possible.
We have established mechanisms for donors throughout Europe to receive tax benefits for donations to the Chordoma Foundation. See your country below for instructions for making a tax-deductible donation. Additionally, donors anywhere in the world can donate by credit card in $USD directly to the Chordoma Foundation.
Through our partnership with the Canadian Cancer Society (CCS), Canadian donors can make tax-deductible gifts to support cutting-edge chordoma research led by Canadian cancer researchers. If you’re in Canada and you would like to support advancing chordoma research and therapy development, please consider making a donation.
For more information or to get involved, please contact our Canadian Chordoma Research Initiative leaders, chordoma survivors, J. Edward Les, MD (email@example.com) and Steven Golick (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The Chordoma Foundation has a fund established with the UK Fund for Charities (UKFC), which, through it’s partner organization Charities Aid Foundation, participates in a program called Transnational Giving Europe (TGE) that enables cross-border giving in Europe. By donating to a TGE partner charity in your country, you can direct your donation to the Chordoma Foundation’s fund at UKFC.
UK taxpayers, regardless of residency or nationality, can make donations through the UK Fund For Charities. You can donate to UKFC online (type “The Chordoma Foundation” under UKFC International Programme) or fill out the UK Fund Donation Form and mail along with your cheque to:
The UK Fund for Charities
PO Box 50 Lingfield, RH7 6FT
The Chordoma Foundation is a non-profit charity established in the United States under the U.S. IRS Code Section 501(c)(3) and qualifies as a “public welfare institution” (in Dutch, “Algemeen Nut Beogende Instelling” or “ANBI”). This classification means that, if you are a Dutch resident, any donations made to the Chordoma Foundation are deductible from your income tax subject to the normal tax rules on the donations deduction under Dutch tax legislation. We provide the following information to comply with requirements under the ANBI.
Our mission and purpose:
Improve the lives of those affected by chordoma and lead the search for a cure.
Governance and Remuneration Policies
Names and Positions of Members of the Board of Directors
To the extent financially capable, the Foundation will strive to provide a base salary that meets or exceeds the market’s 50th percentile for comparable positions, when employees are fully proficient in their positions and meeting expectations. Organization budget size, nonprofit program area, geography, and other pertinent factors will be considered when determining comparable market compensation. The salary of the executive director is publicly reported in our 990. The Board of the Chordoma Foundation is non-remunerated and may receive only reimbursement of necessary traveling expenses to attend Board and committee meetings.
Annual Report & Financial Statements
A report of our activities, including our financial accountability, is provided in our annual and financial reports (see Audited Financial Statements for our latest financial statement).
- Physical address: Chordoma Foundation 2520 Meridian Pkwy Suite 480 Durham, NC 27713
- Mailing address: Chordoma Foundation P.O. Box 2127 Durham, NC 27702
- Telephone: +1 919-809-6779
Our RSIN (or Rechtspersonen en Samenwerkingsverbanden Identificatienummer) is 8255 13 601.