In October 2020, MAPS raised $289,116 in donations and pledges from over 900 supporters. Of this amount, $260,988 is for general support, $25,000 for Grof Legacy Training, $2,710 for MDMA-related projects, $250 for ibogaine research, and $168 for psychedelic harm reduction and peer support.
An additional $70,147 was raised by organizations that MAPS fiscally sponsors including: ICEERS ($40,010); Expanded Access sites ($24,992); Bay Area Healers Resilience Fund ($2,500); Bluelight ($2,060); Auryn Project ($283); Ayahuasca Foundation ($100); Chacruna ($100); Ceremony Health ($80); MAPS Canada ($20); and Kaphi ($2). We extend a warm congratulations to Chacruna and VETS, Inc. on each achieving their 501(c)(3) status this year. We look forward to this new chapter in the growth of your organizations. Donations may now be made directly to Chacruna and VETS, Inc.
We appreciate donations of any size and are particularly grateful to the following supporters for their generous contributions of $1,000 or more:
John and Gwen Smart Foundation ($185,000)
Audra Foster ($14,232)
The Kislak Family Foundation ($10,000)
Andrew Left, Citron Research ($5,000)
Jiri Techet ($1,000)
MentorMore Foundation ($1,000)
Peter Luce ($1,000)
Tina Koopersmith ($1,000)
Grof Legacy Training
David Bronner, Dr. Bronner’s Magic Soaps ($25,000)
Fiscal Sponsorship Grantees
MAPS is honored to support a number of like-minded organizations by providing a fiscal sponsorship so that contributions for their social benefit projects may be tax-deductible as allowed by law.
David Bronner, Dr. Bronner’s Magic Soaps ($40,000 – ICEERS)
Tom McAllister ($5,000 – Expanded Access: Santa Fe Integrative Therapy)
Anonymous ($5,000 – Expanded Access: Santa Fe Integrative Therapy)
David Bronner, Dr. Bronner’s Magic Soaps ($2,500 – Bay Area Healers Resilience Fund)
Carol Estwick ($2,000 – Bluelight)