How To Donate

JUSTGIVING (Not USA)

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CROWD RISE (USA only, tax deductible)

EASYFUNDRAISING

Donate as you shop

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TEXT MESSAGE (UK only)

Text CMVX88 followed by the amount you wish to donate to 70070

For example: CMVX88 £5

On most networks you can choose to donate: £1 £2 £3 £4 £5 or £10.
You will receive an immediate confirmation text.

CHEQUE
payable to: ‘King’s College London’

on the back of the cheque, please write the Crohn’s code: MEN9150

Post with a completed Gift Aid form (for UK taxpayers) to:

Attn: Professor John Hermon-Taylor
Division of Diabetes and Nutritional Sciences
Franklin-Wilkins Building
King’s College London SE1 9NH
United Kingdom

DIRECT DEBIT

1) Please use the following link:  https://secure.edirectdebit.com/Kings-College-London/Donate/

2) Where it says ‘I would like my regular gift to go towards…’ – ‘Other’ should be selected and then in the box below the reference ‘MEN9150’ should be noted.

For assistance call +44 (0)207 848 4388 

CREDIT CARD

Email giving@kcl.ac.uk and use Crohn’s Fund ref: MEN9150

MATCHED GIVING

Matched Giving could double your donation. Many companies operate matched giving programs, whereby the company matches a donation made by an employee to a registered charity, in full or in part. Ask your human resources department.

MAP Test Development Work

First milestone reached!
Goal = £70,000 by 8th November 2014

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Second milestone reached!
Goal = £120,000 by 8th May 2015

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Third milestone reached!

Goal = £170,000 by 31st July 2015
100

MAP Test Clinical Trial

Goal = £470,000
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How Funds Are Spent

The Crohn’s MAP Vaccine team are all volunteers so there are no overheads and the charity administration costs are met by the University. All money therefore goes directly to the research team at King’s College London.

It costs approximately £6700 per month to conduct the research needed to complete the new MAP test; this ‘companion diagnostic’ is essential for the clinical trial of the Crohn’s MAP Vaccine. This money is spent on:

  • Research scientist’s salary
  • Open access to core scientific facilities such as super-resolution microscopy, advanced laser-capture microdissection, flow cytometry, proteomics and genomics and advanced image analysis software
  • Reagents and laboratory consumables

© 2017 Professor John Hermon-Taylor. All rights reserved.

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