FAQ

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© World Health Organization


What is The Ebola Fund?

The Ebola Fund enables philanthropists and individuals to support preparation for, and response, Ebola outbreaks.

Who receives funding?

Initial funding goes to organizations that are part of the North Kivu Strategic Response Plan. We aim to rapidly deploy funding to the organizations who are core to the emergency response.

Are contributions tax-deductible?

Yes. The Ebola Fund is fiscally sponsored by Panorama Global, a non-profit corporation with tax-exempt status under Section 501c3 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended.

What percentage of funding goes to the organizations?

A small percentage of funding received will be used to cover all administrative fees.

Who created The Ebola Fund?

The Ebola Fund was created by Gabrielle Fitzgerald, CEO of Panorama Global.

In 2014, Gabrielle led a $100M philanthropic initiative to respond to the West Africa Ebola outbreak. She is a believer in systems change and collaborative philanthropy, and created The Ebola Fund to ensure there is a streamlined, effective use of philanthropic resources to prepare for, and respond to, Ebola outbreaks.

What role does the Advisory Committee serve? 

The Advisory Committee provides support, but plays no role in the governance or management of The Ebola Fund.