Donor Recognition

Omkar Joshi & Family

The Schizophrenia International Research Society is sincerely moved by the fundraiser organized by Omkar Joshi and the Joshi family in memory of Savit Joshi. We recognize the importance of sharing experiences to increase the public understanding of the impact on those with the diagnosis of schizophrenia and related disorders. We are pleased to share the story of Savit Joshi to further increase awareness.

Please read more about Savit Joshi and support the campaign here.

Support Schizophrenia Research

In order to accomplish our mission, SIRS relies on gifts of money to fuel the continued growth, development and advancement of schizophrenia research. There is a critical need to support schizophrenia research. SIRS research awards, programs and conferences fuel the continued growth, development and advancement of the schizophrenia research community.

Other Ways to Give

Simply shop: Support SIRS when you shop at or with AmazonSmile ON in the Amazon Shopping app and AmazonSmile donates to SIRS.

Promote SIRS & Schizophrenia Research: SIRS is committed to increasing the public understanding of the personal, familial, and societal impact on people with the diagnosis of schizophrenia and related disorders . Please share information about SIRS on your social media channels which will help people learn about SIRS mission and initiatives. Find us @SIRSGlobal on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

  • Run a p2p fundraiser such as a GoFundMe campaign or Facebook fundraiser on behalf of SIRS
  • Share stories of why you support SIRS on social media. Don’t forget to tag us!
  • Organize a challenge (on TikTok or Instagram Reels)! Encourage friends to spread generosity on social media by getting creative.

SIRS is recognized as exempt from federal taxation under Section 501(c)(3) of the US Internal Revenue Code. SIRS registered charity EIN number is 20-3585630.

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