GRANTS & DONATIONS
At MSD we have a long history of working with and supporting patient organisations and healthcare organisations to enable people to make informed choices about their health. It’s one of the most important things we do – and we’re proud of it.
2023 MSD Grants Programme
MSD’s 2023 Grants Programme was established to support projects which address health inequalities, support the elimination of public health threats and deliver improvements in patient outcomes and experience in the UK, in the HIV, cancer and vaccines therapy areas.
Throughout February and March 2023, the programme welcomed applications from Healthcare Organisations. From June to August 2023, the programme invited applications from Patient Organisations.
We received a competitive total of 87 applications from Healthcare and Patient Organisations over the course of both 2023 grants rounds. After a robust grants review process, 8 Healthcare organisations and 11 Patient Organisations were successful in securing funding. When we're reviewing grants applications, we look for those that will have the biggest impact for the patients who need the most support.
In the future, the MSD Grants programme will be available for charities, patient organisations, and healthcare organisations looking to support their communities.
Learn more about our grants programme and hear from a recipient of our Grants Programme:
As the recipients of this year’s programme begin to implement these projects, we look forward to sharing more about our future grant’s programmes soon!
Watch this space for future updates.
If you have any questions about the MSD Grants Programme, please contact Grantscommittee@msd.com.
MSD Donations Programme
At MSD, we are proud of our continued commitment to reduce the burden of vaccine preventable diseases and to support the elimination of public health threats.
As part of our contribution, we are pleased to offer donation programmes for eligible healthcare organisations.
MSD Human Papillomavirus (HPV) vaccination search tool for Primary Care
MSD welcomes applications from GP Practices in England with limited capability or no capacity to identify individuals in practice who missed out on HPV vaccination in school. This donations programme provides a search tool for Primary Care, this tool has been developed based on requests from GP practices. This medical service is being offered as a pilot to the first 140 GP practices who apply and meet the acceptance criteria and is subject to completing due diligence processes.
The Donation application process is available from 1st November 2023 until 17th May 2024 or until 140 GP Practices have been successful in their application, whichever is first. The end date of this pilot is 30th June 2024.
To access the donation application form and review the acceptance criteria, please click here.
MSD Medical Mobile Vaccination Service: Human Papillomavirus (HPV) and Measles Mumps & Rubella (MMR)
The MSD Medical Mobile Vaccination Service Human Papillomavirus (HPV) and/or Measles Mumps & Rubella (MMR) donation comprises a mobile unit and two qualified nurses, to identify and offer women aged over 18 and less than 25 years of age the opportunity to be vaccinated. The provision of the Mobile Vaccination service is based on donation requests from NHS Providers. This is a pilot activity in England in which MSD exercise no direct control regarding the deployment of the service, our involvement is limited to funding only.
MSD welcomes applications from NHS Providers in England with limited capacity to identify and vaccinate women aged over 18 and less than 25 years of age, who missed out on these vaccinations. This is a non-promotional medical service, being offered as a 9-week pilot for the first NHS Provider who applies and meets the acceptance criteria and is subject to completing the due diligence processes.
Thank you for your interest in this Donation. The window for the MSD Medical Mobile Vaccination Service: Human Papillomavirus (HPV) and Measles Mumps & Rubella (MMR) has now closed.
If you have already applied, you will be notified of the outcome by the end of February. For any visitors to the Donations page who have missed the window, please email Grantscommittee@msd.com.
If you have any questions about the MSD Donation Programme, please contact Grantscommittee@msd.com.
Other areas of our work....
For over a century, MSD has taken on the most urgent global health challenges, including diabetes, HIV/AIDS and cervical cancer. Maternal mortality is no exception. MSD for Mothers builds on this legacy by implementing programmes, partnerships and solutions so no woman dies giving life.
Cancer represents one of the world’s most urgent unmet medical needs and at MSD we remain committed to turning breakthrough biomedical innovations into novel therapies that help extend and improve the lives of people with cancer worldwide. We believe that policy researchers play a critical role – through their research work, educational activity and public outreach – in informing valuable policy dialogues based on evidence. Through this Independent Oncology Policy Grant Programme, MSD seeks to enable institutions to enhance their capacities in research, teaching and dissemination. Beyond supporting independent research, the Programme will provide an international forum for researchers to share ideas on emerging cancer policy issues and identify new areas for policy study.
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