The Global Sepsis Alliance and World Sepsis Day are only possible thanks to the generous donations we receive from private donors, foundations and professional societies, and the voluntary work of many individuals. We are especially grateful to:
which hosts the WSD head office in Jena, Germany.
The task we face is enormous. We have built up a broad-based coalition of dedicated people and organizations, but our financial resources remain very limited. That’s why we’re asking for your help in supporting World Sepsis Day.
World Sepsis Day is hosted by the Global Sepsis Alliance (GSA), a charity registered in England and Wales. The GSA and the World Sepsis Day governing bodies and officers have committed themselves to act in accordance with Transparency International’s NGO Guidance and Anti-Corruption Principles. You can also find the guiding principles for the Global Sepsis Alliance’s interaction with commercial entities and the mutual benefits for World Sepsis Day sponsors here. …click here to read our Sponsor Guidelines
Nearly 100% of all donations we receive go to fulfilling the aims set forth in the World Sepsis Declaration. We achieve that thanks to the dedication of a global team of volunteers who donate their time and skills to help us with organization and other back-office work essential for an effort of this magnitude.
We take transparency seriously. It’s the only way we can be sure that we are fully representing our one common interest: fighting sepsis. The donations we receive go only to that cause. Once a year, we publish a list of donors and the donations they have made. The first report will be published in mid-2013, and will include an overview of our successes, our disappointments, our projects, and our partners and sponsors. The report will be available for you to download.
To all of our supporters whose selfless dedication has made World Sepsis Day possible: Thank you. Without generous donations of time and money, the goals set forth in the World Sepsis Declaration can never become reality.
All donations made directly to the GSA for global WSD activities will be kept in a separate, ring-fenced WSD account. Those funds will be used only to support and promotion WSD activities around the world through
A subsequent priority will be to create national and international sepsis registries to monitor the incidence and economic burden of sepsis.
We offer a number of different partner agreements for our sponsors. And all donations in accordance with our partner guidelines are most welcome!
We look forward to hearing from you:
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