Grants, Sponsorships and Donations

Dedicated to benefitting health

As a research-focused healthcare company, Roche is dedicated to benefitting patients and public health. We are proud to provide financial or in-kind contributions to healthcare organisations or healthcare-related entities, including patient organisations, for the support of healthcare or research.

Roche meets a high level of performance and corporate responsibility and maintains high ethical standards in its approach to medical science and business.  Therefore, Roche is committed to supporting the full integrity, independence and transparency of any organisation that receives support through a request (categorised as Grants, Sponsorships or Donations). All support will also be in compliance with the Roche Code of Conduct and all applicable laws, regulations and industry codes.

Roche's Irish business have strict processes in place to ensure that all Grants, Sponsorships and Donations are provided in accordance with the Roche Pharma Directive on Grants, Sponsorships and Donations and respective legal requirements. 

PLEASE NOTE the below:

  • Through our Grants, Sponsorships and Donations support, Roche only supports healthcare initiatives 
  • Please ensure that your request is for a specific campaign, initiative, event or item. Roche is unable to give a support or donations towards general funding. Roche is also unable to support salaries or equipment. 
  • Please ensure that bank account details provided are for an institution and not an individual 

Applying for Support

Roche Support Request Form (opens in a new window)

 

1Healthcare Organisations (HCOs): Any healthcare, medical or scientific association or organisation (irrespective of the legal or organisational form) such as a hospital, clinic, foundation, university or other teaching institution or learned society (except for patient associations within the scope of Annex III of the IPHA Code) whose business address, place of incorporation or primary place of operation is in Europe or (ii) through which one or more healthcare professionals provide services.