There’s still lots of work to be done

When you donate, you create resources that allow us to educate others on infectious disease protocols, workshops, training, research digests, and more.

All backed by science.

Help us become a positive and safe force

IBEC, a 501 (c)(3) not-for-profit organization, helps bridge the gap between proven scientific processes and real-world applications for healthy gathering.

You can help more than you know!

By helping raise funds for IBEC's work, you're helping shape how infectious diseases are addressed and contained worldwide.

Our current projects


Commit to C.A.R.E

The Commit to C.A.R.E. provides free resources and tools for businesses to safeguard their employees and communities from infectious diseases. All tools developed under this project have been created with the needs of a nonscientific and non-medical audience in mind. We believe protecting yourself and others shouldn’t be difficult or complicated. Our tools are designed to empower accountability and responsibility while facilitating fair and equitable access to information.

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CLEAN Lessons Learned series

A series of monthly live-streamed events, CLEAN Lessons Learned features expert-led sessions, covering current best practices, data-driven solutions, and innovative technologies to help people feel confident and safe gathering indoors.

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CLEAN virtual summits

The purpose of these summits is to bring together thought leaders from business, policy, standards development, science, and engineering to better understand current knowledge and identify opportunities to work together to control viral transmission in the built environment.

You’re needed more than ever

Grupo 17211

The “tripledemic” of influenza, COVID-19, and respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) infections has completely overwhelmed many pediatric and adult hospitals

Grupo 17212

COVID-19 continues to infect numerous people a day, and there are increasing concerns about the health of humans post-infection

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Mpox continues to be a health emergency in several parts of the world - while access to the vaccine is a problem worldwide

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There are still massive problems in the equity of information on how to prevent infectious diseases

This is what a donation to IBEC
means to the world

Grupo 17211

Bringing together infectious disease and industrial hygiene experts and coming up with current responses and preparedness plans for the future.

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Ensuring equity of information on how to be safe from the infectious diseases of today and tomorrow.

Grupo 17224

Developing and maintaining an open research repository to hold new information about infectious diseases without any cost.