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Sponsorship 2013

March 31, 2014

In the UK, Sanofi works with and supports patient associations and other organisations in order to better understand patient needs and maintain a dialogue with those who represent their interests

 

Updated September 2014

Sanofi has a long standing and successful track record of working in partnership with patient groups. With this in mind, the following is a list of patient organisations currently supported by Sanofi in the UK:

  • Anaphylaxis Campaign

  • Beating Bowel Cancer

  • Bowel Cancer UK

  • Brittle Bone Society

  • Community Foundation for Surrey

  • Diabetes Flight Project

  • Diabetes Research & Wellness Foundation

  • Diabetes UK

  • Diabetes UK Cymru

  • Diabetes UK Guildford and S West Surrey

  • Heart UK

  • Leukaemia Care

  • National Kidney Association

  • Patients Association

  • PCaSO

  • Rarer Cancers Foundation

  • Team Blood Glucose

  • Tommy’s

  • Transplant Links

Anaphylaxis Campaign

Sanofi provided financial support for the Anaphylaxis Campaign via the Sanofi Patient Bursary Scheme. As the Gold Bursary recipients, the aim of the winning project was to empower and inform parents of severe food allergic children through developing specialist support groups. These support groups will provide peer-to-peer support for other parents dealing with the consequences of a long-term condition, such as life threatening allergies.

Type of support: General Funding as Gold winners of the 2013 Patient Bursary Scheme
Funding: £25,000 Direct Financial Support

Beating Bowel Cancer

Type of support: Direct Financial Support

Funding: £20,000 towards projects for campaigning in Scotland and Wales
Type of support: Fee for service

Funding: £7,000 to develop a diagrammatic bowel cancer patient pathway showing stakeholder involvement at key points in the pathway

Type of support: Direct financial support

Funding: £2,000 to support 2 educational meetings for nurses (National Colorectal cancer nurses conferences)

Type of support: Fee for service

Funding: £1,000 for a member of Beating Bowel Cancer to attend a Sanofi internal staff event and present to the staff

Type of support: Direct financial support

Funding: £110 towards a fund raising charity event raising money for Beating Bowel Cancer

Bowel Cancer UK

Sanofi supported a project on research into treatment and care of advanced bowel cancer patients, to identify both best practice and gaps in provision.

Type of support: project funding
Funding: £10,000 Direct Financial Support

Brittle Bone Society

Sanofi provided financial support for the Brittle Bone Society via the Sanofi Patient Bursary Scheme. The Brittle Bone Society are using the Silver Bursary to launch a support group for children born with a rare genetic disease called Osteogenesis Imperfecta (OI) – specifically for the 11-15 year old group..

Type of support: General Funding as silver winners of the 2013 Patient Bursary Scheme
Funding: £15,000 Direct Financial Support

Community Foundation for Surrey

Sanofi provided financial support for the Community Foundation of Surrey to allocate to local charities for specific projects.

Type of support: Core/General Funding
Funding: £7,000 Direct Financial Support

Diabetes Flight Project

Sanofi provided financial support for the Diabetes Flight Project supporting a flying with diabetes day. The day aims to inspire & advocate positive messages about living & flying with diabetes.

Type of support: Project funding
Funding: £1,500 Direct Financial Support

Diabetes Research & Wellness Foundation

Sanofi provided support for an educational event (wellness weekend).

Type of support: project funding
Funding: £2,000 Direct Financial Support

Diabetes UK

Sanofi covered accommodation costs for a Patient Group representative to participate in a Sanofi summit on Innovation

Type of support: Non financial Support
Funding: £560 travel costs for a Patient Group representative to participate in a Sanofi summit on Innovation

Type of support: Non financial support
Funding: £1,771 project funding

Type of funding: Direct financial support
Funding: £10,000 to a diabetes care project which was run at the DUK Professional Conference and provided funding across 3 different DUK projects all aimed at supporting people and their families with diabetes

Type of funding: Direct financial support
Funding: £2,000 to support a member of DUK to attend a meeting organised by Sanofi Diabetes Global

Type of funding: Direct financial support
Funding: £13,704 to support the Innovator in Diabetes Meeting

Type of funding: Direct financial support for various aspects of the 2013 DUK professional conference
Funding: £55,440 to be platinum sponsors of the DUK professional conference, £11,340 for a second small exhibition space, £10,450 for 2 satellite symposium, £2000 for freestanding screen advertising and £825 for delegate bags

Type of funding: Direct financial support
Funding: £4,000 to support an educational meeting for HCPs (YDF Caledonian meeting)

Type of funding: Direct financial support
Funding: £20,000 to support an educational meeting for HCPs (YDF meeting)

Type of funding: Direct financial support
Funding: £15,000 to support an educational meeting for HCPs (YDEF retinopathy meeting)

Type of funding: Direct financial support
Funding: £600 to provide an exhibition space at the South West DUK professional meeting

Type of funding: fee for service to the value of £4000
Funding: Sanofi contracted with DUK to provide a Beta testing day for Monster Manor including a psychological evaluation and report

Diabetes UK Cymru

Sanofi provided support for the Cross Party Group on Diabetes in the Welsh Assembly.

Type of support: project funding
Funding: £537 Direct Financial Support

Diabetes UK Guildford and S West Surrey

Sanofi provided support for a fundraising event.

Type of support: Project funding

Funding: £250 Direct Financial Support

Heart UK

Type of support: Direct financial support
Funding: £17,500 Core Funding for Sanofi to be a member of the Heart UK campaigning committee. This is a committee of pharmaceutical companies, medical device companies and food manufacturers who are all interested in the detection and management of high cholesterol

Type of support: Direct financial support
Funding: £12,000 Project funding (one year of project which is a 2 year project). The project is to support the publication of a series of 4 CPD accredited feature articles on familial hypercholesterolemia

Type of support: Direct financial support
Funding: £31,143 Project funding (one year of project which is a 3 year project). The project is an initiative between HUK and the RCGP to deliver online training to GP speciality trainees, practice nurses and practice managers to enhance primary care skills in managing hypercholesterolemia

Type of support: Direct financial support
Funding:£15,615 Sanofi provided various direct funding to support the HUK annual conference in 2013. This was split £8000 for sponsorship of a symposium at the 2013 Heart UK Annual Conference, £5450 for sponsorship of the conference, £1165 for 3 extra places at the conference and 8 additional conference dinner places, and £1000 for a preferred sponsorship package for 2 talks from HUK.

Type of support: Direct financial support
Funding:£3,500 towards an Ambassador event for people with Familial Hypercholesterolemia who wish to become HUK ambassadors

Leukaemia Care

Type of support: General Funding
Funding: £10,000 Direct Financial Support to organise and run patient focused events in 2013

National Kidney Federation

Sanofi provided financial support to the National Kidney Federation

Type of support: Core funding
Funding: £4,000 Direct Financial Support to support charitable activities in 2013

Type of support: General Funding
Funding: £100 Direct Financial Support to support patient training

Patients Association

Sanofi provided support via an annual corporate membership of the Patients Association

Type of support: Core/General Funding
Funding: £8,500 Direct Financial Support

PCaSO

Sanofi provided support for PCaSO's patient information booklet.

Type of support: Project Funding
Funding: £1,581 Direct Financial Support

Rarer Cancers Foundation

Sanofi provided support via a Membership of the RCF Industry Reference Group.

Type of support: General funding
Funding: £5,000 Direct Financial Support

Team Blood Glucose

Sanofi provided support to the group to help cover a team Blood Glucose rider in the 2013 M health tour.

Type of support: Direct Financial Support
Funding: £10,000 Project Funding

Sanofi provided support to the group to help Team Blood Glucose with a sponsorship fee for the Richmond Park Run

Type of support: Direct financial support
Funding: £2500 project funding

Sanofi provided support to the group for a member of Team Blood Glucose to attend an internal staff event and present to the staff

Type of support: Fee for service
Funding: £609.20 for attending a meeting

Tommy’s

Sanofi provided financial support for Tommy’s via the Sanofi Patient Bursary Scheme

Type of support: General Funding as bronze winners of the 2013 Patient Bursary Scheme
Funding: £10,000 Direct Financial Support for The Making Maternal Mental Health Matter campaign which will ensure women are better informed and more empowered to look after their mental well-being during pregnancy, giving their babies the best chance of a healthy start in life.

Transplant Links

Sanofi provided support for a patient-care related project.

Type of support: Project Funding
Funding: £750 Direct Financial Support


Date of preparation: September 2014 - Job bag number: SAGB.SA.14.09.0432a

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