Jazz is committed to supporting programs open to a broad audience that benefit patients and the scientific or medical community, and/or public health; these support requests are healthcare-related and consistent with a therapeutic area of focus or interest at Jazz, including the areas of sleep and hematology/oncology.
Funding priorities include:
- Advocacy community and patient education on disease, diagnosis, care and access
- Patient support services and resources
- Patient outreach initiatives
- Fundraising events and activities
- Health screenings
Eligible organizations must help diagnose, study or treat diseases in Jazz Pharmaceuticals’ therapeutic areas of focus (sleep and hematology/oncology); support the improvement of communities in which our employees live and work; or otherwise support the corporate strategy and interests of the company.
Please note that in order to be eligible for a charitable contribution, any US recipient organization must be a tax-exempt organization under Section 501(c)-(3) of the US, Internal Revenue Code.
Jazz Pharmaceuticals generally does not provide grants for: Individuals, individual scholarships and individual travel support; government agencies, employees and contractors; general education funds (e.g., must be a specific program or event); political purposes; religious purposes; initiatives that pose a conflict of interest with the commercial or development goals of Jazz Pharmaceuticals; retrospective or supplemental grants.
Across all of our giving, funding must be consistent with Jazz Pharmaceuticals’ compliance policies and corporate objectives, and such funding cannot violate any applicable FDA or federal health care program requirements. The use, purchase or prescription of Jazz Pharmaceuticals’ products or the recipient’s potential to influence the use, purchase or prescription of those products may not be considered when deciding on a corporate contribution request.
How to Apply
Grant requests from organizations based in the US should be submitted HERE. If your organization has not previously applied for a US Grant, please begin by reading “How to Apply” and then create an account (requires a valid email address). If your organization already has an account, please sign-in using your username and password.
For technical support or questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Grant applications must be submitted, and accepted for review, at least 60 days in advance of the activity date. Status of the grant request and approval decisions are communicated via email after submission.
Requests are processed in the order in which they are submitted and receive a fair review by Jazz’s multidisciplinary Corporate Giving Review Committee (“CGRC”).
For ex-US requests please contact email@example.com.