Our contributions support innovation in science and areas of unmet medical need. Contribution requests are submitted through our online application tool. At the start, you'll create a login name and password, which lets you save your application at any time during the process to complete at a later date.
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Once you’re ready, find the contribution type below that best suits your organization’s needs and start your online application. Be sure to apply well in advance of your funding needs, as our review process can take anywhere from 8 to 16 weeks.
Accredited and unaccredited medical education programs
These contributions support high-quality, independent medical education programs for health care professionals that are designed to improve disease awareness and understanding and advance clinical knowledge and skills in the disease areas in which we focus, with the goal of enhancing the quality of care—informational, physical and psycho-social—provided to patients. Requests for general medical conference/congress support should be submitted as sponsorships requests.
These contributions support live events (e.g., walk-a-thons, fundraisers, congresses/conventions) activities and/or programs aimed at educating, patients, patients’ spouses/children/caregivers, patient organizations, or healthcare professionals (other than accredited or unaccredited medical education).
These contributions fund general operational support for patient/disease organizations, or program support for community-based organizations.
These contributions provide funding to teaching hospitals, medical schools, and other institutions for research projects in Sanofi Genzyme areas of interest but not directly related to Sanofi Genzyme therapies or products.
Please note: Fellowship applications for Multiple Sclerosis will only be considered from MS Associations and Foundations. MS fellowship applications from hospitals or universities are not eligible for support.
Patient Assistance Foundations
These contributions provide funding to patient assistance foundations, which independently operate one or more patient assistance programs (funds) that provide financial assistance to qualified patients to help cover their insurance premiums, copayments and/or other medical expenses without regard to their choice of product.
Applications will be accepted between October 1 and December 15 each year and must cover the fund’s anticipated needs during the following calendar year (Jan. 1 – Dec. 31). Funding for approved applications should be paid by the end of March.
NOTE: For sponsorship requests targeted toward scientists and researchers in some of Sanofi’s other areas of focus, including diabetes, renal, immune-mediated diseases, neurobiology, cystic fibrosis, gene therapies, and biomaterials, visit the Corporate Giving section of the Sanofi U.S. website to find information and application details.