Build your project with the MSF Foundation
The MSF Foundation enables founders and philanthropists to get involved in the creation and development of projects. You assist us in the design of new solutions which meet the needs of humanitarian staff in the field and you help to solve the medical, logistic and technological problems with which they are confronted.
We listen to your family and professional history to understand your background. We learn to identify your expectations and your desired level of commitment.
Together, we determine the areas of work to which you wish to commit yourself. To refine and consolidate your project, we organise discussions with our field officers, our project leaders and our partners.
Creating and managing your Foundation
We draw up together a draft agreement which specifies the name of your foundation, its corporate purpose, its method of financing and its governance. This project is ratified by the Board of Directors of the MSF Foundation.
Sheltered foundation status frees you from the constraints of financial and accounting management of your foundation. The MSF Foundation deals with this for you.
You benefit from the same tax provisions as the MSF Foundation which is a Recognised Public Interest Foundation (FRUP). For example, your financing and that of your donors are deductible from income tax or property wealth tax under the TEPA Act.
You participate in the management of your foundation with people around you and two representatives of the MSF Foundation or MSF. This committee guides the choice of the projects and their financing.
To find out our price conditions, download our 2018 price list here.
Measuring the progress and impact of your project
The MSF Foundation has considerable expertise in assessing projects and measuring their impact. This expertise has been developed over the years in MSF’s varied operational contexts. It will serve your foundation, enabling the committee to determine the correct direction and development and, in doing so, will maximise its effectiveness.
The team at the Centre de Réflexion sur l’Action et les Savoirs Humanitaires (CRASH) can also be involved in monitoring and evaluating your project if necessary.