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Support the Society of Critical Care Medicine and Its Mission

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Celebrate SCCM’s 50th anniversary, by helping us raise $50,000 in 50 days so SCCM can continue to support the entire global critical care community caring for COVID-19 patients. Your donations will provide vital resources, equipment, and medications to those on the front lines and will allow SCCM to continue rapidly develop and deploy resources in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. This new challenge starts on January 9, 2021 and will end on February 28, 2021.
  
SCCM has already quickly developed and deployed vital resources to address COVID-19. From our many just-in-time educational activities to launching a COVID-19 patient registry, SCCM has been there for the entire critical care community. Additionally, SCCM launched free training accessed by more than 500,000 clinicians, while providing personal protective equipment (PPE), ventilators, oxygen concentrators, and key ICU medications to those in the hardest-hit areas.
  
There is still a lot of need and much more work to do! Thank you for supporting SCCM and the critical care clinicians we serve.

Ways to Support

Gifts to SCCM take many forms. Donations of cash, securities, and other assets are welcome. Because SCCM is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization, every donation is tax-deductible to the full extent of the law. Learn more about bequest options or qualified charitiable donations.

As an organization committed to improving patient care, the Society of Critical Care Medicine (SCCM) envisions a world in which all critically ill and injured persons receive care from a present, integrated team of dedicated trained intensivists and critical care specialists.

Your gift provides aid and support to individuals and organizations delivering care in resource-limited areas. In addition, your donation allows SCCM to provide the materials and financial support needed to bring training programs of all types, including the Fundamentals courses to train healthcare providers.  

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Apply for donor-funded training in a developing or impoverished nation or in an underserved area of the United States.

Help the Society of Critical Care Medicine (SCCM) to respond quickly with products, services, and volunteers when critical care is severely impacted by a natural or man-made disaster anywhere in the world.

Find out how SCCM is helping to provide supplies and volunteers to ICUs in need.

Your gift provides essential supplies to those impacted when disaster strikes. Donations provide items needed by patients and their families when traditional supply lines are disrupted, including hygiene products, diapers, formula, clothing, blankets, and more. 

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Learn more about some of SCCM’s Disaster Relief efforts:

The Society of Critical Care Medicine (SCCM) fosters collaborative research to promote the advancement of critical care, leading to improved outcomes for critically ill and injured patients. Researchers are at the forefront of advancing knowledge that can be applied to treat disease, to improve quality of care, and to enhance patient experiences and outcomes.

Your gift helps increase research in critical care and supports a broad range of projects, including research grants to young investigators, expansion of advanced research grants, and endowment of the SCCM-Weil Research Trust.

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SCCM-Weil Research Grant Recipients

Sepsis is a life-threatening condition that often goes unrecognized or is diagnosed too late. Bringing sepsis education and training to the forefront can help save lives.

Your gift supports the Surviving Sepsis Campaign, which is committed to reducing mortality and morbidity from sepsis worldwide by building awareness, educating healthcare professionals, and developing educational materials and guidelines.  


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Patient safety is the cornerstone of SCCM’s Quality Improvement projects. These initiatives help clinicians stay up to date and implement best practices in their field, ensuring patients are receiving the best care possible. 

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Your gift will support SCCM’s quality improvement efforts, including:

  • ICU Liberation Initiative, which strives to reduce the harmful effects of pain, agitation, delirium, immobility, and sleep disruption in the intensive care unit.
  • THRIVE, which supports patients with post-intensive care syndrome.
  • American College of Critical Care Medicine, which develops clinical practice guidelines using the most recent and relevant knowledge available.

 

Your unrestricted gift will allow the Society’s leadership to direct funding to areas in which need is most acute.

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