contributions

contribute1Thank you for your support!

The Morgellons Research Foundation is designated by the IRS as a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization. Donations to The Morgellons Research Foundation are tax-deductible to the full extent of the Internal Revenue Code, and will help us to continue to raise awareness of this disease, as well as to fund critical research.

Six groups of PhD level scientists have submitted formal research proposals to the MRF, totaling $581,600. These dedicated researchers, who work at three different universities, two private microbiology laboratories, and one research institute, require funding to continue their investigations of Morgellons disease.

Please consider making a contribution.

Contributors to the MRF will receive a written receipt which can be used for tax purposes. The ultimate goal of this foundation is to find a cure for Morgellons disease.

Donations, in the form of checks payable to Morgellons Research Foundation, can be mailed to:

Morgellons Research Foundation
PO BOX 357
Guilderland, NY
12084-0357


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There are several ways to add to your contribution without spending a dime!

iGive.com
eBates.com
GoodSearch.com


Thank you to our sponsors. Learn more about our wonderful sponsors >>>

On behalf of everyone suffering from Morgellons disease, we would like to thank these organizations and individuals for their kind support of the efforts of the Morgellons Research Foundation.

Maria Lucas and the Asthma & Respiratory Services
SCORE
National Hot Rod Association (NHRA)


Where do donations go?

The MRF is operated by an unpaid board of directors, officers, and volunteers who are working out of their homes. The MRF has minimal operating costs and the current Board of Directors has always paid for their own travel and related costs associated with Morgellons disease. We operate this way so that the bulk of our donations go to raising awareness and supporting scientific research.


iGive.com
Please use iGive.com when you shop online and designate the MRF as your charity of choice. You can shop as you normally would and a percentage is donated to charity. The prices aren’t any higher than you would normally pay. In fact, they often offer discounts.

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eBates.com
Another organization that contributes to charity is eBates.com. Again, shop online and designate the MRF as your charity of choice. Shop as you normally would and a percentage is donated to the MRF. The prices aren’t any higher than you would normally pay and often offer discounts.

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GoodSearch.com
You can also search the web using Good Search (click the button below). Every time you search the web, a small amount goes to the MRF. It uses Yahoo as the search engine, so it works great.

GoodSearch: You Search...We Give!

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Thank you to our sponsors.
Maria Lucas and the Asthma & Respiratory Services

Thank you to Maria Lucas and everyone at Asthma and Respiratory Services of Oklahoma, for their generous contribution as well as their support.

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American Association of Critical Care Nurses
Thank you for your generous sponsorship of the MRF at the Bridges Symposium in San Francisco. Your kindness will never be forgotten.

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SCORE
Thank you to SCORE. We would like to also personally thank Bob Checkaneck of SCORE for all of his advice, patience and guidance. Click here for SCORE letter, awarding MRF Small Business Success 2006.

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National Hot Rod Association (NHRA)
Thank you to the NHRA for their help in raising awareness of Morgellons disease, during the National Hot Rod Association (NHRA) Races in Pomona, California.

With a special thank you to David Baca, who was the first NHRA Driver to volunteer to help raise awareness of Morgellons disease, by driving with MRF information on his car, in honor of a friends’sister-in-law Deanna, and her loving and supportive sister Terri.

We would also like to thank the following drivers for their help in raising awareness of Morgellons disease, by racing with MRF information on their cars, during the 2006 races in Pomona, California.

Clay Millican – Werner Enterprises Top Fuel car
Garrett Bateman – Big O Tires A/Fuel car
Kenny Koretsky – Nitro Fish Pro Stock Car

The kindness of the drivers of the NHRA has meant so much to so many people!

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