Did You Know?
There are two types of monetary donations that can be made to the Charitable Trust; a General donation or a Directed donation. What many people don’t understand is that the Charitable Trust is comprised of two types of funds; a General Fund and a Directed Fund. All donations unless otherwise instructed go into our General Fund from which we are able to disperse money to any of the research projects that have been approved by our Board of Trustees. The Charitable Trust has 2 Directed Funds the first is the “Darcy Fund” which was specifically set up to fund research projects related to heart disease. Recently a second Directed Fund, the "SM Fund" has been created to fund research specific to "Syringomyelia (SM)". What this means is that money in the Charitable Trust General Fund can be dispersed to any approved research project including projects related to heart disease and SM, but money from the "Darcy Fund" can only be dispersed to approved research projects related to heart disease and money from the "SM Fund" can only be dispersed to approved research projects related to SM..
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Now that you know the types of donations that you can make, there are several ways that you can make a donation to the Charitable Trust.