The RRDi is a 501 (c) (3) non profit with tax-exempt status approved by the IRS - EID 20-1259275. Your donation is tax deductable.
Why should you donate to the RRDi? Watch the video, What Should a Rosacea Non Profit Be Doing?
Send your check or money order to:
Rosacea Research & Development Institute
P.O. Box 858
Centre, Alabama 35960
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Our website is our main expense currently. If the current membership simply donated each one dollar that would keep our website going for a number of months. If you appreciate the rosacea data on our site can you donate one dollar? That would really help us keep going. We don't spend any donations on salaries, employees, private contractors, or conventions, unlike other rosacea non profit organizations. Our financial public report shows how we spend our donations.
You can rest assured that your donation will go primarily for keeping this non profit organization for rosacea sufferers viable, increasing membership, growing our MAC, publishing our web site as well as our journal, our public forum, our Private Forum, and last but not least, finding a cure for rosacea. You can also be assured there will be no spending on large salaries, private contractors owned by one of the board of directors, or dermatology conventions for our members.
Please let the institute know if you want anonymity otherwise your name will be listed as a donor on our financial public report.
The Rosacea Research & Development Institute [RRDi] is a non-profit organization that will collect donations for rosacea research to be performed by physicians and biomedical research scientists (if we can obtain the donations from members), publish articles on rosacea in our journal or on this web site.