The atai Fellowship Fund at Massachussetts General Hospital

In December 2021, we announced our first major initiative, the establishment of the atai Fellowship Fund in Psychedelic Neuroscience (“atai Fellowship Fund”) in collaboration with Massachusetts General Hospital’s (MGH) Center for the Neuroscience of Psychedelics.

The $2 million atai Fellowship Fund will facilitate further research into the potential of psychedelics to address unmet patient needs in mental health and support promising graduate students in furthering their professional careers in this emerging field.

Learn more about the new center.

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The Indigenous Reciprocity Initiatives of The Americas (IRI)

In August 2021, atai Impact became a Founding Donor for Chacruna’s Indigenous Reciprocity Initiative of the Americas (IRI). Chacruna created the IRI as a comprehensive resource to support grassroots Indigenous community organizations at the local level.

The IRI provides unrestricted funds to nurture the ecological wellbeing of indigenous groups.  Funding has been used for lands rights activism, to bolster food security, and for other programs that strengthen economic resilience.

IRI website.

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atai Impact Donates to the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS) to Support Pioneering Work in Psychedelic Medicine

On February 16th, 2022, atai Impact announced a $500,000 donation to MAPS. This is an important demonstration of the synergy and collaboration across the organizations to advance psychedelic medicine and tackle the escalating mental health crisis affecting over one billion people worldwide.

The $500,000 donation from atai Impact is for multi-year support of MAPS’ ongoing initiatives, including its Health Equity Program. The program aims to optimize access and healing through the development of a diverse network of therapy providers reflecting the diverse experiences of those who experience trauma and mental health conditions.

MAPS website

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