We could not exist without the vital support of the people and organisations that fund our work.
In 2017 our total income was £1.931,590. That income came from a variety of supporters and this section will describe the types of supporters and how much income we received from them.
Membership income and project support
The primary purpose of the MS International Federation is to support its members and bring them together to achieve things together that would be difficult or impossible separately. As a membership organisation part of our income is made up of membership fees, which is sometimes supplemented by project-specific contributions.
Membership income in 2017: £317,334
Project income from MSIF members in 2017: £529,774
Corporate support includes income from any company, and includes support from trusts/foundations established by companies for tax-efficiency purposes. It does not include money from personal or family foundations established by company owners.
- Sanofi Genzyme £165,742
- Merck £125,000
- Biogen £115,000
- Roche £130,000
- Teva £110,000
- Med Day Pharmaceutical £50,000
- Celgene £7,406
Total corporate support in 2017: £703,148
Trust, foundation and NGO support
Trust and foundations are legally registered entities that exist to manage and grant money for a particular purpose. We include all trusts and foundations in this category except those established by companies for tax-efficiency purposes.
- Vanneau Trust £160,000
- Wolfensohn Family Foundation £7,406*
- ECTRIMS £63,993
- MENACTRIMS £15,726
Total trust and foundation support: £247,125
Individual support includes a range of different kinds of donors from people making small one-off donations on our website or bank transfer, people fundraising for us as individuals or as teams, board giving, and up to major donors making significant gifts. We will declare any gift from an individual over £25,000.
- Mr Kamran Amour Dawoodzadeh and Family ££37,781 ($50,000)
Major donor individual support (total): £37,781
Smaller donations (total): £51,873
This is for income from any other category, smaller individual donations, investments, interest etc.
Total other income: £44,555
*Income received from the National Multiple Sclerosis Society (US)