The current funding of the Cochrane Colorectal Group is provided by the Danish Government.
In the past ten years Cochrane Colorectal Group has received grants from the following non for-profit funds:
- Jacob Madsen & Wife's Olga Madsen's Fund
- E. Danielsen & Wife's Fund
- Karl Andersson's Fund
- Else & Mogens Wedell-Wedellborg's Fund
- Inge & Jørgen Larsen's Memorial Fund
- Eva & Henry Frænkel's Memorial Fund
- Pharmacist's Fund
- H:S Research Fund
- Leo Fund
- Grosserer Chr. Andersen og hustru Ingeborg Andersen, f. Schmidts fund
All donations were given without conditions.
In accordance with the policy of the Cochrane Collaboration, the Cochrane Colorectal Group does not receive funding from commercial sources, defined as any for-profit manufacturer or provider of health care.
Cochrane Colorectal Group wants to thank all the Cochrane entities (centres, fields and other collaborative review groups) for supporting and careful reading and linguistic comments of annual reports, guidelines and applications i.e.Cochrane's central functions are funded by royalties from its publishers, John Wiley and Sons Limited, which come from sales of subscriptions to The Cochrane Library. The individual entities of Cochrane are funded by a large variety of governmental, institutional and private funding sources, and are bound by organisation-wide policy limiting uses of funds from corporate sponsors. Please visit our funders page here for a list of our funders. Enquiries regarding funding should be directed to the Collaboration's Chief Executive Officer .