The CTMA was created to support and create a networking infrastructure and public awareness public awareness of the rare neuroimmunologic disorders of the central nervous system. The Canadian Transverse Myelitis Association (CTMA) was incorporated on July 12, 2010 as an organization dedicated to advocate and support those who have these rare neuroimmunologic diseases.
This scholarship is offered in the memory
of Graeme McDonald who passed in March 2020 . Graeme leaves behind a legacy of
generosity in helping The Canadian Transverse Myelitis Association as he was
the designer of our logo, pamphlets and many of our virtual run medals. The
Canadian Transverse Myelitis Association and its Board of Directors want to
recognize that Graeme used his incredible talents to help others and this will
be memorialized through the recipients of this scholarship.
The Blusson Spinal Cord Centre is a unique facility dedicated to
advancing world-leading integrated research and care for people with
spinal cord injury.
The goal of this trust is to help families who cannot afford the
necessary items that their child may need as a result of Transverse
Bring awareness and support to those who live with Transverse Myelitis by purchasing and wearing these bands and help us in
Shining the light.
$2 or 3 for $5 plus shipping.
Find support for yourself or your loved ones. The
CTMA has compiled a list of resources to help those living with
Your donations will make a difference in the lives of
patients of TM, their families, physicians and whole communities across
Although we always do our best to create events on our own, The CTMA are always looking for volunteers to organize.
Ron Corbett, Glen Sutherland, Kenneth Peepeetch, Debbie Pelletier, Sharon Karakochuk
Denise Huxley, Annie Hruska, Catherine Hemauer, Tim Hemauer, Jerome Hemauer
Rosemary Addison, Elizabeth Fortin, Terry Hanson,
Nancy Douglas Lorimer, Joyce Monro, Joanne Scholtz
Virtual Walk Run Roll
April 10 - April 12
PO Box 53010
BP EXTASE PO
Dorval, QC H9S 5W4