Our Support Principles
Celgene is sensitive to the legitimate interests of various stakeholders, including employees, communities, and organizations that operate in the areas of Celgene businesses. Contributions to organizations may be made in response to a funding request or proactively at the discretion of the company.
Areas of Support
Celgene provides support that make a positive impact on the patients we serve, our communities and our world, today and for years to come. We are committed to improving the lives of patients worldwide and focus our charitable giving in areas where we can make the greatest impact.
Our giving is focused in three primary areas:
- Contributions to Non-Profit Patient and Professional Advocacy Organizations
- Contributions to Civic and Philanthropic Organizations
- Educational Grant Support for Organizations Providing Accredited and Non-accredited Medical Education for Healthcare Professionals
Contributions to Non-Profit Patient and Professional Advocacy Organizations
Celgene Patient Advocacy collaborates with non-profit patient and professional advocacy organizations that increase overall knowledge of and improve access to high quality healthcare for their constituents.
The program will consider requests for support of activities and initiatives from non-profit patient and professional advocacy organizations. Requests must be consistent with Celgene’s mission and focus areas.
To view information about eligibility, submission guidelines, requirements, deadlines and the application process, click here to view Application FAQ.
Grant applications must be submitted 60 days prior to the start date of your program/event.
Applications submitted less than that time-frame will not be considered for review.
For more information or to submit a request for educational grant support, please click here.
Contributions to Civic and Philanthropic Organizations
Celgene civic and philanthropic support is focused on humanitarian and social programs, science education and community giving. Celgene continues to be receptive to strategic corporate giving and contributions, which may be made in response to a funding request or proactively at the discretion of the company.
Celgene’s employee giving program includes a unique partnership between Community Health Charities and the United Way. The program provides employees with the opportunity to support both health-related organizations and community initiatives through payroll deduction and other giving channels.
For more information about applying for contributions, please visit the following links: Frequently Asked Questions
Educational Grant Support for Organizations Providing Accredited and Non-accredited Medical Education for Healthcare Professionals
Celgene will consider making grants in support of accredited or non-accredited medical education for healthcare professionals via live programs or enduring materials. Medical Educational Grants are awarded in support of high quality, independent educational programs and materials, which demonstrate the potential to improve patient care and health outcomes. Supported programs must be independent, objective, balanced and scientifically rigorous. Grants cannot be tied, in any way, to past, present, or future prescribing, purchasing or recommending (including formulary recommendations) of any drug. Celgene will consider grant requests for both accredited and non-accredited continuing education, with a preference given to accredited educational programs.
For more information or to submit a grant request for organizations providing accredited and non-accredited medical education for healthcare professionals, please click here.