Societi is funded primarily by donations and contributions from fundraisers.  We currently have no sources of grant aid and no core funding.  We have no paid staff and do not pay for the office space we use, so our overheads are very light.  However - in order to raise awareness and influence change we do incur costs!


​We have two major projects which are separately funded, these are our Clinical E-Learning module and our Parent Resource.  Development works for these projects have come from specific contributions made by a pharmaceutical company and from our partner, KSSG.  See more about our work here.

Funding & Societi

If you've ever considered fundraising for Kawasaki Disease, there might be a variety of reasons why you may want to do this. 


Societi has a specific, clear set of aims and our organisation grew, in discussion with KSSG, in response to the need to raise greater awareness and change clinical care - here at home, in the UK.  We also influence UK led, UK based research into Kawasaki Disease and our current major project is working with colleagues at Great Ormond Street Hospital and Bristol Children's Hospital to develop a UK-wide research proposal for acute treatments for Kawasaki Disease.  There's lots of international research that you can contribute to if you wish - all of the areas in the table opposite need your support.

Fundraise for Societi or KSSG?

If you'd like to fundraise for either Societi or our partner, KSSG to make a difference right here in the UK, we can provide you with help and support. Take a look at our fundraising page and if you'd like to discuss any ideas, please get in touch.

The UK Kawasaki Disease Foundation

Societi is a Registered Charity in England and Wales (1173755)

Kawasaki Disease is the leading cause of acquired heart disease in children in the UK. It's time we changed that....

...together we will