We’ve got some really excited news we’re delighted to share with you all. We have recently been awarded a grant from the National Lottery Community Fund! We want to say a massive thank you to the organisation. This money will go a long way helping support our activity so, from everyone here at Sepsis Research and all our wonderful supporters we want to say thank you.
What is the National Lottery Community Fund? Every time someone buys a National Lottery ticket, they help to raise money for the fund. This money is set aside to help charities, not for profits and community projects. Grants are then distributed to worthy causes across the UK through the funding scheme, to help support organisations making a difference in the community. We’re so incredibly proud and grateful to have been awarded one of the National Lottery grants, it shows the value and importance of what we do.
Sepsis kills 52,000 people annually in the UK alone. Part of our work is campaigning to raise awareness of Sepsis so the public understand the dangers of the condition and how to recognise the symptoms. We tell the stories of people who have suffered from Sepsis, to really show the impact it has on the victims of the condition, and the families left behind. The more we can learn and understand about Sepsis the better chance we have to save the lives of those people. That’s why we’re so passionate about what we do.
We’re so grateful for the funding from the National Lottery Community Fund, another organisation working with us to help #StopSepsisNow.