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: All persons living with cystic fibrosis will have access to knowledge and appropriate care.
MISSION STATEMENT: Cystic Fibrosis Worldwide promotes access to knowledge and appropriate care to those people living with the cystic fibrosis and among medical, health professionals and governments worldwide.
Vertex supported CFWW with a grant to help fund the creation of www.cfww.org. Vertex has no responsibility for the content of this website
Novartis has donated 20,000 EURO to Cystic Fibrosis Worldwide education programs headed by Dr. Harry Heijerman.
Genentech donated $2,500 to support our online lay conference podcasts
Abbott has provided CFW with an unrestricted grant in support of a number of CFW activities.
Gilead pharmaceuticals donated $7,500 to support our online lay conference podcasts
Inspire will support CF Worldwide CF Lay Seminar podcasts. This will allow CFW to feature topics from the 2010 European CF Lay Conference hosted by the Spanish CF Association.
CF Services support the CFW Newsletter and website through an educational grant. They are a long time supporter and we truly appreciate their continued donations each year.
Roche, maker of Pulmozyme, is happy to support Cystic Fibrosis Worldwide with an unrestricted grant of 10'000 Swiss to support the CFW Education Program.
Chiesi supported the CFW Newsletter and website in 2007 and also purchased 100 Burke Bears to support CFW's Burke Bear Campaign.
Million Artists is a new project, aimed at raising funds for medical charities, while creating the world's largest piece of collaborative abstract art. Each donor selects a pixel of color to become part of a huge abstract 'painting'. You don't even have to be an artist to take part and donations are made easy by PayPal or credit card. To find out more about this exciting project, please visit http://www.millionartists.com
In October 2004 Romedic of the Netherlands donated 50 refurbished PortaNeb-Sidestream nebulisers, which will be used in the CF Clinic in Tbilisi, Georgia. This donation is valued â‚¬2000.
ICCO and Wilde Ganzen recently awarded euro 40,000 to begin construction on the Georgian National CF Center. Both are Netherlands inter-church organisations for development co-funding. ICCO and Wilde Ganzen have a strategic alliance and both organizations try to provide finances and expertise for projects and programmes that stimulates people to create a just and safe living environment for themselves and others. ICCO yearly spends over Ã¢â€šÂ¬ 100 million to support development programmes of local church based and secular, non-governmental development organizations in Asia, Africa, Latin America, Eastern Europe, the Middle East and Central Asia.
Van Aarle De Laat Health Sector Construction Management Services donates all the office facilities and administration staff of the European office of CFW. Van Aarle De Laat also donated the printing costs of the Levy Lecture, presented by Prof. John Dodge at the European CF congress at Genoa during the opening ceremony in June 2002. Van Aarle De Laat will continue to support our admistrative costs for the Netherlands CFW office through 2004.
Micronics Inc. is our newest corporate sponsor providing travel expenses for fundraising and administrative costs. We look forward to future fundraising activities with Micronics Inc.
Chiron makers of Tobi, an inhalation antibiotic
for persons with CF. Chiron currently sponsors the CFW newsletter with yearly donations and is actively seeking to sponsor future projects in CF communities worldwide. Chiron also worked with the IPG/CF to bring the Best Care Award to potential recipients around the world. We look forward to future collaboration with Chiron as a major contributor to the CFW and our many activities.
CFW is listed in their database with other NGO's working in the Netherlands.
FCT, a Dutch public relation consultancy office, familiar with the health-care sector was very helpful with the development of our communication plan as discussed in Vienna in June 2001. This contribution allowed the CFW to continue with our need to concentrate our vision and mission in the most appropriate areas of the world.