The Fungal Infection Trust is a not-for-profit charity
The Trust's objectives are the following:
- To advance education particularly amongst physicians and scientists about mycology, fungal diseases, fungal toxicology and microbial disease in general.
- To promote and publish research in all aspects of mycology, fungal diseases, fungal toxicology and microbial disease (of all living things).
- Generally to support basic research into fungi and fungal disease, train scientists into mycology and related disciplines.
If you can support the Fungal Infection Trust by giving a donation then there are two easy ways to give your donations. Using our Virgin Money Giving account - we can reclaim any tax from the donations of our UK tax-paying donors which increases your donation by over 20% with no extra cost to you. Virgin Giving does not charge anything for donating by this service.
We are grateful for every single donation however small or large.
Or you can donate via PayPal.
This enables us to accept payments in the local currencies of 190 countries and regions around the world. Payments are secure.
(This does not mean that you need a PayPal account as you can pay with any credit or debit card).
Fungal Infection Trust account details at the UK charity commission website. Charity Commission No: 1147658
Funagl InfectionTrust achievements
Leaving money to the Fungal Infection Trust in your will is a great way of ensuring that research and support for Fungal Diseases continues and hopefully leads to better treatment and outcomes for affected people .
People often use these donations in the UK to ensure that their estate (including property, savings, investments) falls below the limit for Inheritance Tax. The result is that the Fungal Infection Trust would receive a contribution rather than the Inland Revenue.
The trust is greatful to all the private donors who have contributed and to the following companies who have supported our work in some way:
* Fujisawa Corporation * Oxford Glycosciences * F2G Ltd * Chronic Granulomatous Disorder Research trust * Aventis * Janssen Research Foundation * Roche * Schering Plough Corporation * The Liposome Company * Merck Inc * Imedex Inc * Bristol Myers Squibb * Aronex Ltd * Vestar Inc * Eli Lilly * BioMerieux * Alza Corporation * Pfizer Inc * Zeneca Pharmaceuticals * Novartis * Phairson Ltd * GlaxoWellcome * The Gossett Trust * The Clear Group * British Medical Association * Basilea * Valeant * Orthobiotech * and Schering Plough.