We believe that giving should be a joyful and transformative experience that enhances the lives of partners and beneficiaries alike. Support our mission in a number of ways, a few of which are outlined below.


For a calendar that also gives back, you can purchase Advent of Change calendars. For every calendar sold, the END Fund will provide treatment for more than two people in need. The proceeds also help many other worthy causes and to learn more visit their site.

When shopping on Amazon, you can use smile.amazon and set up to donate back to the END Fund. Every time you shop a portion of the proceeds will support END Fund programming.

Pre-order is now available for Under the Big Tree: Extraordinary Stories from the Movement to End Neglected Tropical Diseases. Learn all about NTDs from many different perspectives working to end these diseases of neglect.

Dining in the Dark

Engage in a sensory and savory evening while experiencing cuisine and conversation in a unique way: in total darkness. The dynamic dinner series highlights the END Fund’s work in controlling and eliminating NTDs, with a special emphasis on, and empathy with, two blinding diseases: trachoma and river blindness. 

Join us for an upcoming Dining in the Dark—or plan your own sense-sational evening—by contacting Heather Haines at [email protected] for menus and more.

Summit to see the END

Trek to one of the world’s greatest peaks and stand on the rooftop of Africa. By climbing Mount Kilimanjaro, you can help raise awareness (and funds) to end the suffering of millions of people with NTDs. 

Join the journey of a lifetime June 29th to July 6th! If Kili is on your bucket list, contact two-time climber Abbey Turtinen  at [email protected] for more details (and training tips).

Race to see the END

By joining the Race to See the END, you can support the END Fund’s mission while participating in a marathon (or half marathon) against the stunning backdrop of Victoria Falls, one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World. With the possibility of spotting elephants along the race route, crossing briefly into Zambia, and a NTD “learning day” in Zimbabwe, this is likely to be one of the more memorable races–and experiences–you’ve encountered. 

As we anticipate the 2018 dates, please reach out to Abbey Turtinen at [email protected] for further details.

Other ideas?

Are you an avid runner? Serial entrepreneur? Lemonade-stand enthusiast? Create awareness about NTDs in your community by hosting your own unique event. From running a half-marathon in END Fund swag to a bake sale with goodies galore, the options are endless. 

Heather Haines is ready to lend her ideas and creativity as you brainstorm the next big thing together. 

The END Fund has a singular focus — to reduce the prevalence of NTDs in the most cost-effective, high-impact way possible. Achieving significant results requires embracing and responding to challenges swiftly, while remaining nimble and flexible. By taking a results-oriented approach with thorough monitoring of every grant investment, the END Fund leverages funds efficiently and effectively. 

Join this impactful group of investors by contacting Abbey Turtinen at [email protected].