Winners of EFNA’s 2021 Grants announced!

In 2021, EFNA is once again providing grants to support work on one of our chosen advocacy themes. This years focus is on:

Personalised Health and Social Care

EFNA has a fund of €30,000 available for this scheme. The fund can be divided among up to ten projects.

29 applications were received from across Europe, all featuring exciting and worthwhile projects.

We are delighted to announce that EFNA’s chosen grant recipients in 2021 are:


Women's Brain ProjectWomen’s Brain Project

‘Supporting women to manage their ADHD’
Award: €10,000


European Huntington Association

‘Let Us Talk: building up the communication skills of HD professionals to empower HD families’
Award: €7,500


MiGRAMiGRA Portugal

‘Personalized Health Support on Call’
Award: €5,000


Association of Persons with Multiple Sclerosis – Greece (AoPwMS)

‘MS-health management program for PwMS due to Long-term side effects of COVID-19’
Award: €2,500


Polish MS SocietyPolskie Towarzystwa Stwardnienia Rozsianego (Polish MS Society)

‘I have MS & it’s O.K.’
Award: €2,500


Polish MS SocietySpanish Parkinson’s Federation

‘MAP-PD: Parkinson’s disease associations map. Find your local health & social care resource.’
Award: €2,500


Congratulations to all awardees!

We’ll keep you updated on the projects’ progress throughout the year.

EFNA would like to extend sincere thanks to our judging panel for giving their time to assessing all applications. They are:

  • Isabelle Wilbois, Boston Scientific Foundation Europe
  • Russell Patten, European Parkinson’s Disease Association (EPDA)
  • Orla Galvin, Retina International
  • Klaus Knops, European MS Platform (EMSP)