Growing up, you may have always dreaded the annual school fundraiser days when you and your classmates were sent home sporting the challenge of selling chocolate bars, popcorn, magazines, or even holiday greeting cards to raise money for your school. That dread most likely stemmed from the discomfort of having to ask neighbors and others to make a donation by buying your wares. Nonetheless, then and today, we all step up and do what we can to raise and give funds for a worthy cause, which is how you landed on this Advocacy Fund page for the North Carolina Association of Pharmacists (NCAP).
Every $ raised for the NCAP Advocacy Fund goes to support NCAP's grassroots legislative and regulatory related work. This is the fund that helps us hire our lobbyists who do a phenomenal job, educating, advocating, and strategizing, every day in Raleigh, to help move important pharmacy legislation.
We understand that not everyone has the time or resources to actively participate in our advocacy efforts. However, supporting the Advocacy Fund is a great way for you to make a meaningful contribution to our legislative work. Every donation, no matter how big or small, helps us achieve our legislative goals, and our mission to unite, serve, and advance the profession of pharmacy for the benefit of society. Interested in learning more about our legislative priority issues, click here.
We believe that everyone has a part to play in supporting pharmacy advocacy. Whether you are a pharmacist, pharmacy technician, student pharmacist, patient or caregiver, we invite you to join us in making a difference by making a donation, which helps to protect patient access to pharmacies of their choice, and advance pharmacist-provided patient care services in all healthcare settings.
Anyone can give even businesses! You do not have to be an NCAP member to donate. You can make a one-time donation or become a sustaining supporter by making a monthly, quarterly or yearly recurring donation.
*NCAP is a 501c6 Non-Profit Organization, this means donations are not tax deductible