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Thank you for visiting the Evidence Aid supporters’ webpage. Now that we have motivated you to learn more about supporting Evidence Aid, we hope that the information on this website will inspire you to get involved more.

Charitable contributions from friends, patrons, donors, and organisations provide vital support to Evidence Aid throughout the year.

Now in existence for over 13 years, Evidence Aid continues to uphold its vision for more effective humanitarian response and serve the entire disaster response community, striving to capture the best practices in using evidence based approaches, and offer the disaster affected communities across the world a hope for faster recovery and better future.

Everyone deserves the best possible chance in life, and evidence-based decision-making and planning can ensure this. In order to realise this ambitious vision, while continuing to meet the research, advocacy and training needs of global humanitarian sector, Evidence Aid depends on the generosity of others.

Not many people realise that Evidence Aid is a charity, established in 2015 (and registered with the Charity Commission), by a group of volunteers. In 2017, 100% of our income was from private donations. To keep our work going we need to generate at least £300,000 income each year. It is the generosity of our supporters that allows us to continue our work to support the most devastated areas of the world.

If you are interested in supporting us to improve the impact of humanitarian aid by ensuring the use of an evidence-based approach, then please Donate Today. Together we can make an impact.

Other Ways of Support

Gifts in Wills are an important source of income. Legacy gifts are exempt from Inheritance Tax and could reduce the amount of tax payable out of your estate. We appreciate that leaving a gift in your Will or giving in memory of a loved one is a very personal and important decision. If you would like to discuss leaving a legacy please contact the team via

Corporate Sponsorships
Evidence Aid enjoys substantial cash and in-kind support from its corporate partners. Our sponsorship packages are highly flexible and can be tailored to your needs. Benefits include:

  • On-site activations and direct business-to-consumer exposure at our events.
  • Visibility and company branding in global print, press, web and electronic materials.
  • Special event invitations.

Please contact the team via to discuss your corporate partnership needs.

Grants from trusts and foundations play a crucial role in enabling us to carry out our projects and programmes and provide crucial core support. We have a range of tailored grant proposals for each area of our work to illustrate what your funding will achieve.
Please contact the team via if you are looking to support Evidence Aid via project or core grant support.

If you would like to learn about other ways of supporting Evidence Aid, we would welcome the opportunity to discuss our work further and to share our ambitions with you. Please get in touch by emailing the team at

Tax-Efficient Giving Information for UK donors
For those taxpayers in the UK, tax efficient donations can be made to Evidence Aid using the Gift Aid scheme. Gift Aid certificate available to download here.

Tax-Efficient Giving Information for US donors
For those taxpayers in the USA, tax efficient donations can be made to Evidence Aid through the British Schools and Universities Foundation (BSUF): . Please ensure that the reference ‘Evidence Aid’ appears in all correspondence with BSUF.

Just Giving
If you find it easier, you can donate on our Just Giving donation page.

Thank you to our Supporters
We would like to thank all our past and current supporters for helping Evidence Aid to set up and carry its work so far with their cash and in-kind contributions.


  • C&A Foundation
  • Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine, University of Oxford
  • Cochrane
  • Lampert Family Foundation
  • McCall MacBain Foundation
  • PharmaGenesis (Oxford and London)
  • Porticus
  • Queen’s University, Belfast
  • Transterra Media
  • Yellow Chair Consultancy
  • Wiley

  • Mr Stijn Bruers
  • Mr Graham Carson
  • Professor Sir Iain Chalmers
  • Sir Muir Gray
  • Professor Paul Montgomery
  • Dr Mila Petrova