At GSK, we are guided by our mission of helping people do more, feel better, and live longer. To achieve this mission, we must go beyond discovering, developing, and delivering new medicines, vaccines, and healthcare products. That’s why we are committed to supporting nonprofits in the communities where we live and work.
Our charitable partnerships in the US support equity in STEM education and community health.
Organizations based in the US with a 501(c)(3) IRS designation that meet GSK's open grant program eligibility guidelines may complete and submit a request for a charitable grant at www.gskgrants.com.
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. Registrations and applications will only be considered during posted application periods, or by invitation.
GSK IMPACT Awards
GSK IMPACT Awards support small- to mid-sized nonprofit organizations in Greater Philadelphia and in the Triangle Region of North Carolina that are improving social determinants of health.
Registrations for 2021 are no longer being accepted. Learn more about the GSK IMPACT Awards
GSK STEM Equity Grants
GSK STEM Equity Grants support nonprofit organizations working to address inequity in STEM education and career pathways in Philadelphia.
Note: GSK U.S. Community Partnerships does not sponsor fundraising or other events.
GSK Disaster Response
GSK is currently accepting proposals for relief and recovery efforts for Hurricane Ida.
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.
Visit our www.gskgrants.com to see if your organization qualifies.
Questions about GSK charitable grants can be directed to GSK US Community Partnerships staff at GSK US Community Partnerships.
Learn more about our US Community Partnerships
US Community Partnerships
We invest our charitable funds with nonprofit partners that are doing good for people in need in the communities where we live and work.
We invest our charitable funds with US nonprofit partners that are doing good for people in need in the communities where we live and work.
Health doesn’t just happen inside the doctor’s office, which is why we invest in local nonprofits making our communities healthier.
Our science education programs inspire youth to pursue careers in science, technology and math.