The MSCED relies on funding from foundations, individuals, and federal agencies to carry out our research missions.
The MSCED believes that the most effective way to improve the detection and treatment of eosinophilic gastrointestinal disorders (EGIDs) is through research. Although progress is being made, there is still a long way to go. A continued a research effort is vital for improving the treatment options and quality of life for those living with EGIDs.
Your support of the MSCED directly impacts the discovery and development of new advances and treatments in EGIDs.
Who can donate to MSCED?
Anyone who has an interest in helping to advance the knowledge and medical care of EGIDs are encouraged to donate to the MSCED. Individuals can make donations and also include the MSCED in their estate planning or planned giving. Corporations and foundations also can make donations.
Are there tax benefits for donating to MSCED?
Any donations to the MSCED are tax deductible as we are partnered with the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, which is a 501(c)(3) non-profit.
What is the minimum donation amount?
There is no minimum — we’re grateful for any donation.
How does MSCED use donations?
The MSCED uses your donations directly towards research.
Besides making a donation, are there other ways I can help MSCED?
Friends of MSCED have fundraised on our behalf. We also grateful if you spread the word about our center.