Apellis may consider providing support for the following types of Corporate Funding.
Donation. A donation is a charitable contribution to a 501(c)(3), not-for-profit organization. The donation is used to support patient advocacy, improvements in patient care, and may include humanitarian and emergency support requests.
Sponsorship. A sponsorship is a funding opportunity provided to healthcare-related organizations. Sponsorship support is used to support groups and programs focused on Apellis’ therapeutic areas with potential to raise awareness of important issues through healthcare-related events or programs. Apellis receives tangible benefits in exchange for funding.
Funding for Sponsorships and Donations are available for the following:
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Corporate Funding requests must be submitted through Apellis’ online portal at least 60 days prior to the activity start date.
The following information is required for corporate funding application submission
Visit Grants and Giving Requirements for additional requirements.
Eligible corporate funding organization types include, but are not limited to:
Decisions for corporate funding requests are made on a case-by-case basis. Apellis assesses applications based upon need, design, scientific rigor, independence, and compliance, as well as the potential to improve patient care and outcomes. Approvals depend on available funding, the volume of requests, and alignment with Apellis’ scientific areas of interest. Apellis may request additional information or clarification about the Corporate Funding activity description or proposed budget, or other items, prior to a final decision.Apellis receives many qualified applications and regret that we cannot fund all of them. We encourage organizations to reapply for future programs and initiatives
Apellis reserves the right to modify, revise or delete the terms and conditions of its charitable giving program at any time and without notice.