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Your contribution could change a life
Ibogaine can help make a difficult transition possible, even for people in impossible situations.
Many of the people who support our work are people who have witnessed the healing power of ibogaine, either first-hand or second-hand, and want to help extend a treatment to someone else. Those of you who know, have seen that ibogaine can bring hope into situations that were riddled with challenges, and can be the anchor around which change can finally happen.
We provide grants exclusively through community partners because of the importance of preparation and post-treatment support, which for many involve the health services, housing, and other resources that our community partners provide. We collaborate closely with these community partners to select candidates who stand to benefit the most.
We can provide tax-deductible receipts for some of our donors.
Through important fiscals sponsorships, we can provide tax-deductible receipts for:
US-based donors receive tax-deductible receipts through our fiscal sponsor, the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS), which is registered as a 501c3 not for profit.
Australian donors can receive tax-deductible receipts through our fiscal sponsor, the Psychedelic Research in Science & Medicine (PRISM), which is a registered DGR.
Understanding the impact of your support.
The connections that we form with both donors and with grantees is personal, and Ceiba facilitates this discourse in a way that protects the privacy of those involved.
- Ceiba collects and shares anonymous data about our grantees in an annual report. Community partners contribute their own reports and observations. This document is shared with our donor list.
- In some cases, our grantees are willing to share their personal stories with the donors who supported their treatments.
- Some donors wish to support people in similar situations to ones they or family members have faced. In some instances, we can work with donors to formulate certain stipulations for the selection of grant recipients.