Why Give to NILD Canada?
Thousands of students across Canada wake up each morning facing their personal learning struggle, trying to keep up with their peers but sinking in the process. We, at NILD Canada, are committed to offering hope and help for students that learn differently. Not everyone is born with an efficient, effective cognitive system, but ALL learners can be empowered to increase the capacities to think, learn, reason and remember.
NILD-trained therapists go beyond tutoring and use techniques that integrate aspects of cognitive and strategy development, reasoning, and oral language proficiency within the framework of learning basic skills in primary academics, such as reading, writing, and mathematics.
David Hinshaw was one of the first. He struggled with a learning disability in elementary school and says
Two years of NILD educational therapy trained me to think critically and prepared me for success today in the global arena of communications technology sales. NILD changed my life!
We invite you to partner with NILD Canada today to deploy its critical initiatives and leave a momentous legacy to help both children and adults who struggle to learn. Your gift will enable us to offer hope to parents, to expand our programs across the country, to train more educators, and to provide ongoing support to therapists.
How You Can Donate
All donations are spent on board-approved programs and projects.
NILD Canada does not share personal information with any other organization under any circumstance. We may use the contact information that you give us to send you information about NILD Canada. If you do not wish to receive mailings or e-mails, please include a note with your donation or contact us to be removed from our mailing list.
Charitable Receipts for Tax Purposes
Official tax receipts for tax-deductible donations will be made to the name(s) on the cheque or Pay Pal entry and mailed after year-end. Donations postmarked after December 31 will receive a charitable tax receipt for credit in the new calendar year. As per CRA regulations we are required to register the postmarked date (not the date of the cheque) as the date the donation was made.