GSK U.S. Community Partnerships Charitable Grant Request System
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Welcome to the GSK U.S. Community Partnerships Charitable Grant Request home page. We appreciate your interest in a charitable grant from GSK.
As a global healthcare company committed to enabling people to do more, feel better and live longer, GSK goes beyond discovering, developing, and delivering new medicines, vaccines, and healthcare products. We are committed to supporting innovative health and STEM education programs that foster healthy communities across the United States.
GSK U.S. Community Partnerships - Grant Eligibility Guidelines
If your organization has 501(c)(3) status and if you are interested in applying for a GSK U.S. Community Partnerships charitable grant, please first determine if your organization meets our programmatic focus areas, geographic restrictions, eligibility guidelines, and conditions.
Programmatic focus areas for a GSK U.S. Community Partnerships Charitable Grant
GSK U.S. Community Partnerships Charitable Grants must address one of our two specific focus areas in order to be considered for funding:
- Science education - Programs focused on improving K-12 STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) education.
- Healthy communities - Programs focused on improving the social determinants of health in communities, including diet and exercise, community safety, family & social support, and housing & transit factors similar to those outlined in the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation/University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute County Health Rankings and Roadmap model.
Note: GSK U.S. Community Partnership does not fund organizations that deliver healthcare services or that provide access to healthcare services; or organizations that focus on disease-specific research, fundraising or health education. If you would like more information about other GSK grant streams, please go to the bottom of this page (‘GSK funding sources in the U.S.’).
Note: GSK U.S. Community Partnerships does not sponsor fundraising or other events.
Geographic restrictions for a GSK U.S. Community Partnerships Charitable Grant
GSK U.S. Community Partnerships Charitable Grants are only considered for programs that operate in the following regions:
- Philadelphia, PA (program must operate within Philadelphia County)
- Triangle Region, NC (program must operate within Chatham, Durham, Orange and/or Wake Counties)
- U.S. National (programs must operate within more than one state or region and/or must be designed to make transformational change or serve as a model at the national level)
Eligibility guidelines for a GSK U.S. Community Partnerships Charitable Grant
As a matter of policy, GSK U.S. Community Partnerships charitable grants are restricted to the following:
- Grants are provided for charitable purposes only and not for general operating expenses (core funding) or capital building costs.
- Grants are not made to individuals or given to political, religious, fraternal, profit-making, discriminatory, hobby-oriented, or tax-subsidized organizations. Grants are not made to organizations that do not align with the GSK nondiscrimination policy.
- Ineligible organizations include GSK customers or affiliates of customer organizations/institutions.
Examples include but are not limited to academic medical centers, foundations of customer organizations, clinics, hospitals, payers, wholesalers, and retailers.
Note that certain departments within universities that also have academic medical centers may be eligible.
- GSK U.S. Community Partnerships charitable grants are not made and cannot be used to influence or promote the use of GSK products.
Conditions for a GSK U.S. Community Partnerships Charitable Grant
When requesting a GSK U.S. Community Partnerships charitable grant, the registration process will require the nonprofit to confirm/agree to certain requirements that influence eligibility.
How to Register for a GSK U.S. Community Partnerships Charitable Grant
If you have confirmed that your organization has a 501(c)(3) IRS designation and if your organizations meets our programmatic focus areas, geographic restrictions, eligibility guidelines, and conditions, you may register your organization in our GSK U.S. Community Partnerships Charitable Grant Request System by clicking on the ‘Register’ button at the bottom of this page.
Once completed, approval of your registration can take up to 30 days. You will receive an email from email@example.com to notify you about approval or decline of your registration request.
How to submit a Letter of Intent for a GSK U.S. Community Partnerships Charitable Grant
If your organization's registration is approved, you are eligible to submit a Letter of Intent for a GSK U.S. Community Partnerships charitable grant. You will be required to submit additional information and/or attachments as appropriate, including:
- Copy of 501(c)(3) or 501(c)(1), IRS letter of determination
- Member list for the Board of Directors (including member degrees, licenses and credentials)
- Program literature
- Most recent audited financials
- Additional information as required
Upon successful completion and submission of your Letter of Intent, you will receive an acknowledgment through the portal. At that point, your Letter of Intent will be assigned for review and you will be notified within eight weeks if your request will be considered for funding.
GSK funding sources in the U.S.
GSK offers several funding sources for nonprofit organizations. This system is for GSK U.S. Community Partnerships charitable grant requests, which are available to eligible 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations in the U.S. that meet our programmatic focus areas, geographic restrictions, eligibility guidelines, and conditions (see above).
Here are other available funding sources at GSK - if you are seeking funding related to the programs below, please visit the link for more information:
- GSK's Partner's In Knowledge : This website outlines the US GSK Center for Medical Education competitive process for funding independent third-party educational activities for US-based healthcare professionals, including independent medical education (IME), continuing medical education (CME), and continuing professional development (CPD) activities. This competitive process is GSK's only source for this type of funding.
- GSK Gives Back: Through this site, GSK supports nonprofit healthcare and scientific organizations that encourage medical research and that have a general interest in progressing the prevention, treatment and management of disease. The pro bono contributions include, but are not limited to, membership and Membership requests. Types of nonprofit organizations that GSK can support include, but are not limited to: Healthcare Professional Associations (HPA), Trade Associations (non Health Care Professional) and Patient Advocacy Organizations (PAG).
- The North Carolina GlaxoSmithKline Foundation is not a part of GSK.
Thank you. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.