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Sponsorship 2009

September 22, 2011

Patient Association Financial Support Report 2009

 

Anticoagulation Europe

Sanofi was a Gold sponsor of the Anticoagulation in Practice Conference held in April 2009

Type of support: Project Funding
Funding: £7,000

Sanofi is supporting core ACE charity activities during 2010 (payment made 2009)

Type of support: Unrestricted Grant / Donation
Funding: £30,000

Atrial Fibrillation Association

Sanofi provided financial support for the development and printing of arrhythmia awareness materials including leaflets, booklets, newsletters and information cards

Type of support: Project Funding
Funding: £50,110

Sanofi was a Platinum corporate sponsor of the Heart Rhythm Congress (HRC) held in Birmingham, October 2009.  The HRC is co-organised by Heart Rhythm UK and Arrhythmia Alliance, a parent arrhythmia charity for various groups including the AFA

Type of support: Project Funding
Funding: £33,120

Diabetes UK (Cymru)

Sanofi provided financial support for a diabetes education day for healthcare professionals and parents of children with type 1 diabetes in World Diabetes Day in November 2008 (payment made 2009)

Type of support: Project Funding
Funding: £5,000

Epilepsy Action

Sanofi supported the Joint Epilepsy Council campaign to prevent anti-epileptic drug (AED) substitution.  Epilepsy Action is a member of the Joint Epilepsy Council

Type of support: Project Funding
Funding: £5,000

Lifeblood

Sanofi supported Lifeblood to raise awareness of the need for VTE risk assessment in hospitals and the appropriate management of all patients identified at the risk of VTE

Type of support: Project Funding
Funding: £15,000

Marie Curie

Sanofi supported Marie Curie Cancer Care's contribution to national conferences, which educate healthcare professionals about advances and new care practices in palliative care, by funding Marie Curie's Palliative Care symposium at the 2009 National Cancer Research Institute (NCRI) Conference. Sanofi is also sponsoring the 2010 Marie Curie Palliative Care Conference (payment made 2009)

Type of support: Project Funding
Funding: £21,500

Prostate Cancer Charity

Sanofi sponsored a postal mailing to healthcare professionals of the PCC's "Patient Information Toolkit"

Type of support: Project Funding
Funding: £10,303.75

Sanofi provided financial support for a prostate cancer education event for Scotland-based healthcare professionals called "The Prostate Cancer Jigsaw: Putting the Pieces Together", held in Glasgow, May 2009

Type of support: Project Funding
Funding: £12,500

Sparks, The Children's Medical Research Charity

Sanofi sponsored core Sparks fundraising activities in 2009.  The main fundraising project was their "Ultra Modern Pentathlon - Leg it with Logan"

Type of support: Project Funding
Funding: £25,000

The Stroke Association

Sanofi was a tertiary sponsor of the UK Stroke Forum Meeting in Glasgow, December 2009.

Type of support: Project Funding
Funding: £15,000

The Patients Association

Sanofi supported The Patients Association with annual corporate membership.

Type of support: Unrestricted Grant/Donation
Funding: £7,500

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