Donations can help to make the world a better place, according to the charity that has made the life-giving donation the mainstay of its campaign for a global vaccine.
It has raised $8.5 million (£6.6 million) since its launch in the UK and will be used to provide vaccines to over 400 million people, according a spokesperson for the charity.
The charity has been working on its Global Health Initiative, which aims to vaccinate millions of people around the world by 2025.
Its work has been funded by the US and European governments.
The UK, France, Sweden, Norway and Belgium have all donated millions of dollars in the past.
The organisation, which has raised about $3.2 billion in donations, has been run by the non-profit GlobalGiving and has raised more than $2 billion for the Global Health Institute, a private foundation that has funded its work.
The GlobalGiving Foundation has also donated more than 5.5 billion pounds ($7.7 billion) to charity in the US, with the bulk of the funds going to the National Institutes of Health (NIH).
The organisation is one of the world’s largest philanthropists and is the biggest provider of vaccines in the world, according the GlobalGiving website.
The programme has helped to save countless lives in the fight against HIV and malaria, the spokesperson told Business Insider.
The donations have helped raise awareness of the disease and to raise funds for the organisations fight against the pandemic.
The Global Giving Foundation also provides funds to organisations and individuals that have worked to make vaccines available to those who need them, the UK’s charity said.
“We are very proud to be one of these organisations that has been able to raise the £2 billion needed to make vaccine availability available to over 40 million people across the world,” the spokesperson said.
“This is one example of how the Global Giving programme is helping to change lives in countries like the UK where we live and the world over.”