Sustaining funding for the MARR Coalition is provided by a grant from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Get Smart - Know When Antibiotics Work in the Community program. As one of the states supported by this grant, MARR actively shares materials and expertise with other states that do not receive "Get Smart" funding.
We would like to acknowledge the financial contributions that make possible the implementation of MARR efforts. Since 1999 the following organizations have generously contributed to support MARR educational efforts:
In addition, a great deal of the work conducted by the MARR Coalition is carried out through the generous donation of time and resources by a number of our individual and organizational members. Their efforts and support are critical to our programs. Though many organizations have devoted in-kind resources to aid MARR in achieving our mission, note-worthy contributors of in-kind support include: