Where The Money Goes – Funding Crohn’s Disease Research

We understand that we are privileged to receive the money raised by our supporters and trusted to do our best with it. We take this responsibility very seriously. We all have firsthand experience of this condition and don’t want to see a penny wasted, either.

All the money raised by forCrohns funds Crohn’s Disease research. The money is used to fund clinical and laboratory research into the cause of and treatments for Crohn’s Disease.

We are currently working very closely with St Mark’s Hospital in Harrow and Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital in London on funding their research projects. Please see more specific information on the projects we have funded on our research page here.

Our policy is to fund research at universities and hospitals throughout the UK and all awards are vetted and approved by the forCrohns trustees and panel of doctors. To find out how to apply for a research grant please click here.

Please help forCrohns in its endeavour to make people aware of this disease and fund research into improving the lives of those who have the condition and eventually finding a cure.