Substantial donations from IBD associations
We were very pleased to receive two substantial donations recently from association for people with Crohn’s disease or Ulcerative Colitis.
The first donation of 1.000,- euro we received from the Austrian association; ÖMCCV (www.oemccv.at)
The second - very substantial - donation of 20.000,- euro we received from the Irish association; ISCC (www.iscc.ie)
We expressed our big THANK YOU to both associations.
These donations help the foundation to stimulate research in the field of inflammatory bowel disease and to contribute to accelerating the development of better treatments for people with Crohn’s disease or Ulcerative Colitis.
Hopefully this will inspire other organisations or individuals to donate to the foundation as well. And please keep in mind, many small donations also add up to a substantial amount for funding research!
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