What is the CMA Foundation?
How are CMA Foundation funds generated?
The CMA Foundation was endowed by the proceeds of the sale of Saxon in 2005 and is not funded by CMA member dues.
What does the CMA Foundation support?
The CMA Foundation supports physicians through medical education, physician wellness and outreach by granting to registered Canadian charities and qualified donees that further excellence in health care.
How can my organization be considered for a donation?
Didn’t the CMA already have a Foundation?
Yes. In 2005, the CMA created CMA Holdings Foundation, which, until recently, provided funding to the Canadian Medical Foundation (CMF). In 2017, CMA Holdings Foundation became the CMA Foundation. The CMF is now an entirely independent foundation, and neither the CMA nor the CMA Foundation funds it or has any involvement in its operations.
Does the CMA Foundation offer Donor Advised Funds?
The CMA Foundation no longer offers Donor Advised Fund and instead recommends Aqueduct Foundation, a charitable public foundation which exclusively offers Donor Advised Funds.