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We are a non-profit movement working to reduce sepsis cases
by 20% until 2020.
Sepsis: Prevent it. Spot it. Treat it - beat it.
Sepsis is a major cause of death worldwide, but thousands of lives can be saved by increasing the awareness of healthcare authorities and the general public on the need for basic avoidance measures and fast life-saving recognition of symptoms.

Your donations are crucial in helping us spread the word.

World Sepsis Day, an initiative of the Global Sepsis Alliance (GSA), was founded by a caring group of non-profit organisations, and is a registered charity (no.1142803 / UK) seeking to reduce the incidence of sepsis by increasing public and professional awareness.

Give us your support by making a one-time donation.Your unearmarked contribution allows us the flexibility to allocate funds toward communicating sepsis recognition, mobilising an international network of supporters, and lobbying policymakers on sepsis issues.

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Please note that your donation will be made to "Sepsis Foundation" (Sepsis Stiftung) in Germany for organisational reasons. Your donation will be forwarded the Global Sepsis Alliance (GSA) to fund World Sepsis Day movement.
We have chosen this method as the "Sepsis Foundation" is the managing headquarter of World Sepsis Day which eases our workflow and helps us to save money. Additionally, all donation funds are handled in a socially responsible way by the Bank für Sozialwirtschaft.

You can also transfer your donation to:
Sepsis Stiftung
Bank für Sozialwirtschaft
IBAN DE75860205000002551500
BIC BFSWDE33MAG

If you have a question or specific concern, please contact us!
... office@world-sepsis-day.org


FAQs
Over the past year we've been collecting the questions we receive most frequently about sepsis. Please share this information with your friends and family. Don’t see your question on the list? Get in touch with us, and we’ll do our best to help.
What is sepsis
Pat had a pneumococcus sepsis because he lost his spleen after a car accident as a teenager. He experienced multiple organ failure, followed by critical illness polyneuropathy.