Welcome to the Fungal Infection Trust fundraising page
The FIT is trying to raise £130,000 to fund a programme of research to understand the genetics of fungal illnesses. We have evidence that indicates genetics is involved, but we need to take this research into the next stage – if we understand what role genetics plays in getting this disease – we hope to achieve better outcomes and improve the quality of life for thousands of people.
On this website, you will find the details for past and upcoming fundraising campaigns – including details of how to contribute. If you would like to get involved in fundraising for FIT, please see our contact page for how to do this.
The Fungal Infection Trust benefits from the support of personal donations from patients, carers and dedicated friends of people who have suffered from serious fungal illness. We would like to thank those supporters and friends.
Fundraisers Past & Present
- Weʼre raising £1,000 in aid of Brain Tumours and Aspergillosis May 15, 2019
I’m going to be doing a Skydive in August to raise money for two charities very close to my heart. The charities I am raising money for are Brain Tumour Research and Aspergillosis Trust. These charities badly needs funds to aid in the research to fight back against these potentially deadly illnesses. Thank you Yvonne ...
- How to Donate April 4, 2016
If you would like to donate to the fungal infection trust, there are several different ways you can do this: 1. Many of the recent/upcoming events have donation pages set up through virgin giving. You can donate to an individual group/event by clicking the link to take you to the donation page, and following the instructions. 2. You can ...
- More Information April 1, 2016
The FIT is trying to raise £130,000 to fund a programme of research to understand the genetics of these fungal illnesses. A particular form of allergic fungal infection of the lung, called allergic pulmonary aspergillosis (ABPA), complicates not only some severe asthma patients but also those with cystic fibrosis and bronchiectasis. These patients develop an allergy to the spores ...