The Global Sepsis Alliance is a non-profit charity organization with limited funds and resources. We are not only dependent on your donations, but also on your input, ideas, and voluntary work.
World Sepsis Day
In 2012, the GSA initiated World Sepsis Day. Every year on September 13, countless events raising awareness on sepsis are organized all over the world. The events range from medical education, to information for lay people, sport activities, fundraising events like pink picnics, and much more.
If you want to participate with an event at your company or organization, please do not hesitate to get in touch.
GSA Advance is a coalition of supporters advancing the mission of the GSA. As a GSA Advance member, you have access to the vast network of the GSA and its resources and have the unique opportunity to help shape the future of such an important global player as the Global Sepsis Alliance.
The aim Quality Improvement Committee (QIC) is to provide resources to organizations/hospitals interested in improving quality control, help them implementing such measures, and connect them with people who have done similar projects in the past. The committee currently has 14 members, 12 of them medical professionals with a vast experience in quality improvement and patient safety.
If you are interested in joining the QIC, please get in touch.
Strategic Resourcing Committee
The Strategic Resourcing Committee (SRC) of the GSA is responsible for developing the fundraising strategy, advising the Executive Board on all fundraising matters, and implement, monitor, and evaluate the strategy.
If you are interested in joining the SRC or want to share ideas about fundraising, please get in touch.