Patient Organisation funding and support

Transparency is at the heart of our approach when working with patient organisations, and the interests of patients always come first.
 

PAG

Patient organisations (also referred to as Patient Advisory Groups (PAGs), Healthcare Charities or Patient Groups) can take many forms, but largely aim to improve the lives of people with a particular disease or medical condition. As well as supporting their activities, working with patient organisations can help us have a better understanding of the specific needs of patients and how we can better support these needs.

In providing funding or working with patient organisations, Pfizer’s guiding principle is to ensure that the organisation’s independence is never compromised. We feel passionately that relationships with patient organisations are both valuable and essential, and by operating with a high degree of transparency, we can be confident and proud of the relationships we have developed.

As a member of The Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry (ABPI), we declare a list of patient organisations to which we provide financial support and/or significant non-financial support, including a description of the nature of the support and its monetary value. For significant non-financial support which cannot be assigned a meaningful monetary value, we are required to describe clearly the value that the organisation receives.

The contributions provided to patient organisations’ work in order to help, or to advocate for, people affected by a particular condition are listed below. In addition, where there is a common purpose, we sometimes identify areas on which we are able to collaborate or partner on specific projects.

The activity types you will find described are: Charitable donation; Corporate sponsorship; Expenses; Benefit in kind; Consultancy and services fees; Research Collaboration.

We disclose the payment of expenses relating to accommodation and travel (both in the UK and abroad) incurred by patient organisations in the course of their interaction with us. Our disclosure of expenses payments for patient organisations includes both out-of-pocket expenses reimbursed to patient groups, and expenses paid in advance by Pfizer.

Currency: where payments were made to a patient organisation in a currency other than GBP, the amount has been reported in GBP; the reported amount was calculated using the average currency exchange rate for the month in which the payment was made

We are always mindful of the potential to create an over-dependency on any funding we provide. That is why, wherever possible, we report the percentage of each patient organisation’s revenue that our funding makes up.

However, there are times when this percentage may be higher than average. This might be due to a difficult fundraising climate, because an organisation is new or small in size, or perhaps experienced some unforeseen circumstances that impacted on its ability to attract income. Where this is the case, we actively encourage the organisation to seek and secure other sources of sustainable funding in line with the guidelines outlined in the ABPI Code of Practice.

 

Patient organisation disclosure reports

 

2021
2020
2019
Patient Organisation Name (Charity Number)Total amount Pfizer gave in donations as % of total income in Patient Organisation's last reported financial yearEvent TypeDescriptionAmount Pfizer GaveTotal funding received by charity
ACTION DUCHENNE (1101971)

Action Duchenne works across the UK to improve the lives of those affected by Duchenne and Becker Muscular Dystrophy, whilst supporting innovative research into a cure and effective new medicines.

1.39%Charitable donationFinancial support for the 'Action Duchenne's 17th International Conference'. This conference provides the opportunity to discuss the latest findings in genetic research and to share expertise in optimal standards of care.£4,500.00£7,500.00
Related expensesMeeting registration expenses for the 17th International Conference.£3,000.00
AGE CONCERN COWPLAIN (251915)

Age Concern at Cowplain is part of the Age Concern Federations whose aim is to support the older people in the their community by providing a friendly environment to prevent social isolation and actively promote well being and independence.

0.77%Charitable donationFinancial support to help the institution deliver a project that will encourage social interaction, lessen isolation and promote feelings of well-being to members of the older community.£500.00£500.00
ALLERGY UK (1094231)

Allergy UK are the leading national patient charity for people living with all types of allergy. Allergy UK work with government, professional bodies, Healthcare Professionals and corporates towards their vision and to help improve the lives of the millions of people with allergic disease.

0.37%Corporate sponsorshipFinancial support in the form of a corporate partnership in return for certain sponsorship rights including; invitations to attend Allergy UK corporate supporter meetings and updates on relevant Allergy UK specific research projects and events.£5,000.00£6,000.00
Consultancy and service feesProvision of services by an Allergy UK staff member to participate in an advisory board on the subject of Atopic Dermatitis.£1,000.00
ANTICOAGULATION EUROPE (1090250)

AntiCoagulation Europe is a UK registered charity founded in the year 2000. AntiCoagulation Europe works with patients, health professionals, NHS trusts, industry, governments, other charities and patient groups and a wide range of other organisations. Its aims are: • the prevention of thrombosis; • the provision of information, education and support; • the promotion of independence, supporting people to take an active part in their own healthcare.

18.67%Consultancy and service feesBMS and Pfizer Alliance paid consultancy fees to the organisation to provide the services of a patient participant to attend and review the AF grants for a Pfizer organised advisory board entitled the 'Independent Grants for Learning and Change - Improving Care of Patients with Atrial Fibrillation in Order to Reduce Stroke Risk' and for the participant to review these grants.£487.50£22,502.50
Related expensesRelated travel expenses for the patient who participated in the BMS and Pfizer Alliance organised meeting.£15.00
Charitable donationBMS and Pfizer Alliance provided a grant to support the organisation’s national audit of trusts and CCGs into VTE best practice adherence, and the All-Party Parliamentary Thrombosis Group's Annual Conference.£7,500.00
Charitable donationBMS and Pfizer Alliance provided support towards the organisation's mission and objectives through a charitable donation.£5,000.00
Consultancy and service feesBMS and Pfizer Alliance paid a fee for services rendered on the ACUK/BMS partnership to leverage and implement the consensus statement on VTE.£2,750.00
Charitable donationBMS and Pfizer Alliance provided indirect funding through public affairs agency support to deliver VTE infographic, video and policy meeting.£6,750.00
ARRHYTHMIA ALLIANCE (1107496)

Arrhythmia Alliance is a coalition of charities, patient groups, patients, carers, medical groups and allied professionals. These groups remain independent, however, working together under the Arrhythmia Alliance umbrella to promote timely and effective diagnosis and treatment of arrhythmias.

3.66%Corporate sponsorshipBMS and Pfizer Alliance supported an educational/scientific meeting entitled 'Arrhythmia Alliance Cardia Update Meetings'. In return, Pfizer received sponsorship rights.£187.50£35,887.50
Charitable donationBMS and Pfizer Alliance provided support towards the organisation's mission and objectives through a charitable donation.£3,750.00
Corporate sponsorshipBMS and Pfizer Alliance supported the Heart Rhythm Congress.£16,500.00
Corporate sponsorshipBMS and Pfizer Alliance supported Global AF Awareness Week 2019.£15,000.00
Consultancy and service feesBMS and Pfizer Alliance paid for services rendered in connection with the AA Cardiac Update Meeting.£450.00
ATRIAL FIBRILLATION ASSOCIATION (1122442)

The Atrial Fibrillation Association is an international charity which provides information, support and access to established, new or innovative treatments for atrial fibrillation (AF).

10.39%Charitable donationBMS and Pfizer Alliance provided support towards the organisation's mission and objectives through a charitable donation.£3,750.00£22,170.00
Charitable donationBMS and Pfizer Alliance provided support towards the organisation's mission and objectives through a charitable donation.£2,500.00
Consultancy and service feesBMS and Pfizer Alliance paid for services rendered in respect of the AF Awareness Week Radio Day campaign.£420.00
Consultancy and service feesBMS and Pfizer Alliance paid for consultancy services in contribution to AF180/AF Turnaround website based Campaign.£8,750.00
Charitable donationBMS and Pfizer Alliance provided financial support towards events during Global Atrial Fibrillation Awareness week.£6,750.00
BLOODWISE (216032)

 

Bloodwise is a UK charity solely dedicated to research into blood cancers, including leukaemias, lymphoma and myeloma.

 

0.02%Consultancy and service feesProvision of services by a Bloodwise staff member to provide guidance on the agenda, recommendation for speakers, advice on running the event and support in managing and attaining delegates for the event as well as attending a half-day workshop.£3,530.00£3,530.00
BREAST CANCER NOW (1160558)

Breast Cancer Now funds research to discover how to prevent breast cancer, how to detect it earlier and how to treat it effectively at every stage.

0.45%Corporate sponsorshipFinancial support for the project entitled 'The 2019 Service Pledge Pilot'. In return, Pfizer received various sponsorship rights including recognition of Pfizer sponsorship on the Breast Cancer Now website.£175,500.00£188,791.00
Charitable donationFinancial support for a project entitled the 'Younger Women Together with Secondary’ residential event.£13,291.00
CAMBRIDGE RARE DISEASE NETWORK (CRDN) (1166365)

Cambridge Rare Disease Network (CRDN) is a charity building a regional community to address the unmet needs of those living with rare conditions, their families and the professionals who work with them. Their vision is for a united regional voice underpinning the development of services and treatments.

1.25%Corporate sponsorshipSupport of an educational/scientific meeting entitled 'Cambridge Rare Disease Network- RARE Summit 2019'. In return, Pfizer received Bronze membership rights.£3,000.00£3,000.00
CANCER 52 (1174569)

Cancer 52 represents 90+ rare and uncommon cancer charities. Its mission is to provide a strong, unified voice for rarer and less common cancer organisations by representing, speaking, informing, sharing and involving its members in its work to end the disadvantages people with rare and less common cancers face compared with the four most common cancers.

39.75%Consultancy and service feesFee for service to deliver patient testimonials and support to launch a campaign to raise awareness of rare and less common cancer.£39,150.00£39,150.00
CANCER FOCUS NORTHERN IRELAND (NIC101307)

Cancer Focus Northern Ireland provides help to individuals and families affected by cancer, promotes prevention and awareness, and funds cancer research.

0.05%Corporate sponsorshipSupport of an educational/scientific meeting entitled 'Addiction and stopping smoking'. In return, Pfizer received sponsorship rights.£1,000.00£2,000.00
Corporate sponsorshipSupport of an educational/scientific meeting entitled 'No Smoking Launch'. In return, Pfizer received sponsorship rights.£1,000.00
CANCER RESEARCH UK (1089464)

Cancer Research UK is a charity that carries out research to improve understanding of cancer and find out how to prevent, diagnose and treat different kinds of cancer, working to improve the lives of all cancer patients and helping people to understand cancer, the progress we are making and the choices that each person can make.

0.00%Consultancy and service feesPayment for a three year licence fee for the PE01 cell line from Cancer Research Technology Inc.£12,000.00£12,000.00
CONFEDERATION OF MENINGITIS ORGANISATIONS LTD (CoMO)(1167023)

Confederation of Meningitis Organisations Ltd (CoMO) is an international member organisation working to reduce the incidence and impact of meningitis worldwide.

53.74%Charitable donationFinancial support for the institution’s 2019 membership conferences.£40,000.00£40,000.00
DIFFERENT STROKES (1092168)

Different Strokes aims to promote independent stroke recovery and help these younger stroke survivors reclaim their lives.

0.61%Charitable donationBMS and Pfizer Alliance provided support towards the organisation's mission and objectives through a charitable donation.£2,500.00£2,500.00
DUCHENNE UK (1147094)

Duchenne UK's vision is to find and accelerate treatments and a cure for Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy (DMD). They aim to eradicate DMD in 10 years.

1.71%Charitable donationFinancial support provided to support 'Project Hercules' phase two.£68,085.00£68,085.00
ECZEMA OUTREACH SUPPORT (SC042392)

Eczema Outreach Support offer support services for families of children affected by eczema in the UK. Support is provided in many ways: 1-1 help with practical tips such as setting up a healthcare plan with schools, emotional support, family events, children and teen virtual clubs, workshops in schools and eczema sessions with health visitors.

11.96%Consultancy and service feesProvision of services by an Eczema Outreach Support staff member to participate in an Atopic Dermatitis advisory board meeting.£500.00£33,056.00
Related expensesRelated travel expenses paid to reimburse the staff member who participated in the Atopic Dermatitis advisory board meeting.£56.00
Charitable donationFinancial support to assist the institution to expand its operation in England, Northern Ireland and Wales.£16,500.00
Charitable donationTo support the Institution in a number of activities with their members, which include patient and HCP education, raising awareness of eczema and supporting family events.£16,000.00
FUNGAL INFECTION TRUST (1147658)

Fungal Infection Trust focuses exclusively on fungal disease research, education, awareness and patient support across the world.

49.71%Educational grantProvision of an educational grant for a project entitled 'Aspergillus Website Sponsorship 2019-2020'.£15,000.00£78,795.44
Consultancy and service feesFee for services relating to a Fungal Disease Diagnostic Education project.£63,795.44
GENETIC ALLIANCE UK (1114195)

Genetic Alliance UK aims to improve the lives of people affected by genetic conditions by ensuring that high quality services and information are available to all that need them.

3.13%Corporate sponsorshipPayment in respect of the charity's annual membership subscription for the period of two years from 1st April 2018 to 31st March 2020.£23,500.00£23,500.00
GLOBAL LUNG CANCER COALITION (GLCC) c/o Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation (1046854)

GLCC comprises 37 non-government patient organisations from across the world. GLCC serves as the international voice of lung cancer patients and is committed to improving disease outcomes for all.

Not Applicable- Umbrella OrganisationCharitable donationFinancial support for the project entitled '2019 Partner Membership'.£30,000.00£30,000.00
HAEMOPHILIA SOCIETY (288260)

Haemophilia Society is a UK-wide charity for everyone affected by a bleeding disorder; a community of individuals and families, health professionals and supporters. For more than 60 years the Society has campaigned for better treatment, been a source of practical information and support, and enabled people living with long term conditions to lead fulfilling lives, make informed choices about their treatment, care and support and inspire others to do the same.

0.79%Charitable donationFinancial support for the 'Newly diagnosed weekends programme'.£10,000.00£10,000.00
HOME-START HAMPSHIRE (1144661)

Home-Start Hampshire is a voluntary organisation in which volunteers offer regular support and practical help to families under stress to help give their children the best possible start in life.

0.10%Charitable donationFinancial support to support the institution's project entitled 'Healthy Happy Havant Families', which aims to support and educate families around an agenda of health and wellbeing.£960.00£960.00
INTERNATIONAL ALLIANCE OF PATIENT ORGANISATIONS (IAPO) (1155577)

IAPO is a global alliance, committed to improving the lives of patients from all around the world. IAPO nurtures relationships with members, partners and all those involved in healthcare, and builds dialogue with decision-makers around the world to promote patient-centred healthcare.

7.59%Corporate sponsorshipFinancial support to assist the institution in delivering their objective. In return Pfizer received various sponsorship rights including Gold Healthcare Industry Partner.£38,717.65£38,717.65
INTERNATIONAL BRAIN TUMOR ALLIANCE (IBTA) ((Company Number 6031485))

IBTA is a global network founded in 2005 as a dynamic worldwide community for brain tumour organisations and others involved in the field of neuro-oncology. IBTA brings together experience and expertise from all over the world with the aim of enhancing the well-being and quality of life of brain tumour patients and their families. Their mission is to advocate for the best treatment, information, support and quality of life for brain tumour patients, offering them, their families and carers hope - wherever they live in the world.

Not available due to small company exemption.Business donationFinancial support for the project entitled '2019 Work Programme'.£11,000.00£11,000.00
INTERNATIONAL GAUCHER ALLIANCE Ltd (IGA) (Company number 06653373)

IGA is an international umbrella group representing the interest of Gaucher patients and those of non-for-profit Gaucher patient groups as well as rare disease groups throughout the world.

Not available due to small company exemption.Corporate sponsorshipFinancial support for the creation of the International Gaucher Alliance's Neuronopathic Gaucher Disease (nGD) registry. In return, Pfizer received various sponsorship rights.£12,500.00£77,500.00
Business donationFinancial support for their project entitled 'IGA 2019 Work Programme'.£65,000.00
INTERNATIONAL PATIENT ORGANISATION FOR IMMUNODEFICENCIES (IPOPI) (1058005)

IPOPI is a non-profit international organisation and the leading advocate for primary immunodeficiency (PID) patients worldwide working in collaboration with patients, doctors, politicians, regulators, pharmaceutical industry and other relevant stakeholders. IPOPI is the Association of national PID patient organisations dedicated to improving awareness, access to early diagnosis and optimal treatments for primary immunodeficiency patients worldwide through global collaboration.

7.38%Charitable donationFinancial support for a project entitled 'IPOPI 2019 Corporate Partnership and New-born Screening Campaign'.£43,158.56£43,158.56
KIDNEY CANCER SUPPORT NETWORK (KCSN) (1164238)

Kidney Cancer Support Network (KCSN) is a UK wide patient-led support network that advocates on behalf of the kidney cancer community and seeks to improve the lives of kidney cancer patients, their carers and family members.

15.58%Charitable donationFinancial support to the Institution’s Patient Videos Project where Patients and carers shared real life experiences of kidney cancer.£15,000.00£15,000.00
LEUKAEMIA CARE (259483)

Leukaemia Care exists to provide vital care and support to all those whose lives have been affected by leukaemia, lymphoma, myeloma and the allied blood disorders.

1.29%Corporate sponsorshipSupport of an educational/scientific meeting entitled 'Acute Leukaemia: From Diagnosis to Treatment'. In return, Pfizer received sponsorship rights.£750.00£24,455.05
Corporate sponsorshipSupport of an educational/scientific meeting entitled 'Chronic Leukaemia: From Diagnosis to Treatment'. In return, Pfizer received sponsorship rights.£750.00
Corporate sponsorshipSupport of an educational/scientific meeting entitled 'Care of the Leukaemia Patient- Nurse Study Day'. In return, Pfizer received sponsorship rights.£1,000.00
Consultancy and service feesFee for service to develop educational material for patients and their families on the importance of MYLOTARG therapy and its use in de novo Acute Myeloid Leukaemia (AML).£750.00
Consultancy and service feesProvision of services by a Leukaemia Care staff member to present on the subject of 'The patient's perspective' at the Acute Leukaemia Summit.£550.00
Related expensesRelated travel expenses to reimburse the speaker who presented at the Acute Leukaemia Summit.£46.65
Consultancy and service feesProvision of services by a Leukaemia Care staff member to deliver a presentation at a Pfizer organised meeting entitled 'Leaders in Leukaemia' aimed at educating HCPs on medicines and the disease area.£500.00
Related expensesRelated travel expenses to reimburse the speaker who presented at the Pfizer organised meetings.£108.40
Charitable donationFinancial support for a project entitled 'Early diagnosis through primary care' which will support the institution's healthcare professional education programme.£20,000.00
MACMILLAN CANCER SUPPORT (261017)

Macmillan Cancer Support improves the lives of people affected by cancer. The charity provides practical, medical and financial support and pushes for better cancer care.

0.0003%Charitable donationCharitable donation paid to the institution after nomination from a group of Internal Pfizer colleagues after securing the 2018 R&D Quality Award.£817.80£817.80
MENINGITIS NOW (803016)

Meningitis Now, born of a merger in 2013 between the Meningitis Trust and Meningitis UK, is an organisation focused on saving lives and rebuilding futures. It funds research into prevention and impact of the disease. It raises life-saving awareness through campaigns, digital and print materials. It provides ongoing practical and emotional support to families and individuals through a unique range of free services, including a helpline, financial support grants, counselling, art therapy, home visits, family days and community support.

0.78%Consultancy and service feesProvision of services by a Meningitis Now staff member to provide advice in conjunction with the 'Advancing Adolescent Health Fall Forum 2018'.£345.71£2,5245.71
Charitable donationFinancial support for a project entitled 'Adults get it too' which aims to dispel the misconception that meningitis is a disease that only affects children and to continue to raise awareness of meningitis in adults.£24,900.00
MENINGITIS RESEARCH FOUNDATION (1091105)

>Meningitis Research Foundation funds research to prevent meningitis and septicaemia, and to improve survival rates and outcomes. The charity carries out an information and educational programme for the public and health professionals to reduce death and disability, and offers befriending support and membership of the charity to people affected.

4.95%Consultancy and service feesProvision of services to publish the outcome of the advisory board on the subject of Meningococcal Disease 2018 on the institution's website.£4,812.60£129,812.60
Charitable donationFinancial support for the project entitled 'The Global Burden of Meningitis and the Meningitis Impact Portal (MIP) and Global Meningococcal Genome Library (GMGL)'.£50,000.00
Corporate sponsorshipSupport of a meeting entitled 'Meningitis Research Foundation 12th International Conference'. In return, Pfizer received various sponsorship rights.£35,000.00
Charitable donationFinancial support to the organisation to deliver a project on raising awareness of meningitis and meningitis vaccines.£10,000.00
Charitable donationFinancial support provided to the institution's project entitled 'MRF- Strengthening Patient Voices' to help strengthen patient group capacity to support and improve vaccine policy.£30,000.00
NATIONAL AIDS TRUST (297977)

National Aids Trust promotes public health through effective HIV prevention and early diagnoses of HIV infection; promotes the rights, dignity, health and wellbeing of people affected by HIV, or at risk of HIV infection, in the UK; to advance the education of the public in general in order to increase awareness and understanding of HIV and AIDS and eradicate HIV-related stigma, discrimination and inequality.

1.15%Charitable donationFinancial support to deliver a project on promoting integrated care for people living with HIV in London.£10,000.00£10,000.00
NATIONAL VOICES (1057711)

National Voices is the coalition of health and social care charities in England. National Voices works for a strong patient and citizen voice and services built around people. National Voices stands up for voluntary organisations and their vital work for people’s health and care.

0.19%Consultancy and service feesProvision of services by a National Voices member of staff to act as panellists during a Pfizer organised workshop at a third party meeting.£625.00£625.00
PAIN UK (1145561)

Pain UK is an alliance of charities providing a voice for people in pain. Their membership base has grown rapidly and they now support charities dealing with all manner of painful conditions, from head to toe.

Not available due to small company exemption.Consultancy and service feesProvision of services by a Pain UK staff member to participate in an advisory board for a steering committee meeting.£1,400.00£21,779.24
Consultancy and service feesProvision of consultancy services by a Pain UK staff member to participate in a number of steering committee meetings.£1,400.00
Related expensesRelated travel expenses paid to reimburse the speaker who presented at the Steering Committee meetings.£59.91
Charitable donationFinancial support to the institution to commission a report to help understand the societal implications of living with pain, as well as holding a focus group to explore the findings of this report.£18,919.33
REFORM RESEARCH TRUST (1103739)

Reform Research Trust is established as a Westminster think tank for public service reform. They are dedicated to making our public services better and smarter. By improving policy, they hope to play their part in achieving better public services for all and delivering value for money in the UK.

1.23%Corporate sponsorshipFinancial support to the organisation to organise and deliver a meeting. In return, Pfizer received various sponsorship rights including becoming a Corporate Partner.£10,000.00£10,000.00
SEXUAL ADVICE ASSOCIATION (1104691)

Sexual Advice Association is a charitable organisation created to help improve the sexual health and wellbeing of men and women, and to raise awareness of the extent to which sexual conditions affect the general population.

12.58%Charitable donationFinancial support to the institution to update its website and App in order to help increase user numbers and create a larger pool of respondent data for future research.£1,775.15£1,775.15
STROKE ASSOCIATION (211015)

The Stroke Association is a UK-wide charity solely concerned with combating stroke in people of all ages. It funds research into prevention, treatment and better methods of rehabilitation, and helps stroke patients and their families directly through its Life After Stroke Services. The Stroke Association also campaigns, educates and informs to increase knowledge of stroke at all levels of society, and acts as a voice for everyone affected by stroke.

0.04%Corporate sponsorshipBMS and Pfizer Alliance supported the Stoke Association's Northern Ireland Stroke Conference.£1,000.00£14,575.00
Corporate sponsorshipBMS and Pfizer Alliance supported the organisation's 2019 Stroke Forum UK.£13,575.00
THE BRITISH LUNG FOUNDATION (326730)

The British Lung Foundation aims to prevent lung disease by campaigning for positive change in the UK's lung health, raise awareness about lung disease, the dangers that cause it and offer advice on how to look after your lungs.

0.03%Corporate sponsorshipBMS and Pfizer Alliance supported an educational/scientific meeting entitled 'Health Care Professionals Study Day: Improving Respiratory Care in Scotland'. In return, the Alliance received sponsorship rights.£300.00£2,971.20
Corporate sponsorshipPfizer supported an educational/scientific meeting entitled 'Spring 2019 BLF Study Day'. In return, Pfizer received sponsorship rights.£500.00
Consultancy and service feesProvision of services by two British Lung Foundation staff members to participate as a panel member for the 2019 Improving Patient Care in Tobacco Dependency (IPCTD) grant programmes.£2,106.00
Related expensesRelated expenses paid to reimburse two staff members who reviewed and judged the IPCTD grants at the Pfizer organised meeting.£65.20
THE BRITISH SOCIETY FOR HEART FAILURE (1075720)

The BSH’s aims are: To increase knowledge and promote research about the diagnosis, causes, management and consequences of heart failure amongst healthcare professionals, with the intention of delaying or preventing the onset of heart failure and improving care for patients with heart failure. To provide expert advice to healthcare professionals, patient or government organisations, including the National Health Service, when appropriate and as requested.

0.05%Corporate sponsorshipBMS and Pfizer Alliance supported an educational/scientific meeting entitled 'BSH Heart Failure Nurses and Health Care Professionals Study Day'. In return, the Alliance received sponsorship rights.£250.00£250.00
THE CHILD GROWTH FOUNDATION (1172807)

The Child Growth Foundation is a UK's charity relating to children's growth. The charity supports parents with a child who has a diagnosed or suspected growth problem and people who have a growth problem and their families. It also works with medical professionals with an interest in this area of health.

4.56%Charitable donationFinancial support to assist the institution's 'Parent/Schooling Education Awareness' project.£4,600.00£4,600.00
THE CHILDRENS TRUST (288018)

The Childrens Trust is the UK's leading charity for children with brain injury and neurodisability. The Childrens Trust delivers rehabilitation, education and community services through skilled teams who work with children and young people, and their families.

0.01%Charitable donationCharitable donation made to the institution to facilitate Pfizer colleagues to attend the institution's on-site corporate volunteering day.£1,050.00£1,500.00
Charitable donationCharitable donation made to the institution to facilitate Pfizer colleagues to attend the institution's on-site corporate volunteering day.£450.00
THE ENCEPHALITIS SOCIETY (1087843)

The Encephalitis Society is a charity which aims to improve the quality of life of all people affected directly and indirectly by Encephalitis by offering patient support, information and supporting research.

1.48%Charitable donationFinancial support towards a project entitled 'Encephalitis Society travel vaccination awareness raising for the 2019 Rugby World Cup in Japan'.£10,800.00£10,800.00
THE NATIONAL RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS SOCIETY (NRAS) (1134859)

The National Rheumatoid Arthritis Society (NRAS) provides support and information for people living with Rheumatoid Arthritis and Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis, their families, friends and carers, and health professionals who care for them.

0.18%Consultancy and service feesProvision of services by a NRAS staff member to deliver a WebEx presentation to a Pfizer group of colleagues.£400.00£2,275.00
Consultancy and service feesProvision of services by NRAS expert speaker to participate, present the results of the RA Narrative research and assist in the facilitation of workshops at a meeting entitled '2019 Global RA Patient Group Summit'.£1,875.00
THE PATIENTS ASSOCIATION (1006733)

The Patients Association is an independent patient charity campaigning for improvements in health and social care for patients.

0.05%Consultancy and service feesProvision of services by the institution's expert speaker to deliver a presentation at a Pfizer organised meeting entitled 'Lunch and Learn for Pfizer Staff- Improvements to health and social care for patients by patients'.£180.00£211.10
Related expensesRelated travel expenses paid to reimburse the speaker who presented at the Pfizer organised meetings.£31.10
THE PITUITARY FOUNDATION (1058968)

The Pituitary Foundation is a national support, information and advocacy organisation for pituitary patients, their families, friends and carers. The Foundation operates throughout the UK and the Republic of Ireland.

1.22%Charitable donationFinancial support provided to the institution in connection with their helpline service to assist undiagnosed individuals seeking diagnosis.£5,000.00£5,000.00
THROMBOSIS UK (1090540)

Thrombosis UK aims to increase awareness of thrombosis among the public and health professionals and to raise research funds to improve patient care.

1.71%Corporate sponsorshipBMS and Pfizer Alliance supported an educational/scientific meeting entitled 'South West Lets Talk Clots Conference'. In return, the Alliance received sponsorship rights.£400.00£2,800.00
Corporate sponsorshipBMS and Pfizer Alliance supported an educational/scientific meeting entitled 'All Scotland National Thrombosis Conference '. In return, the Alliance received sponsorship rights.£400.00
Charitable donationBMS and Pfizer provided support towards the organisation's mission and objectives through a charitable donation.£1,000.00
Corporate sponsorshipBMS and Pfizer Alliance provided support for the organisation's two "Let's Talk Clots" HCP Educational Conferences.£775.00
Corporate sponsorshipBMS and Pfizer Alliance provided support for the organisation's VTE Masterclass.£225.00
YOUNG EPILEPSY (311877)

Young Epilepsy is a UK charity dedicated to creating better lives for children and young people with epilepsy and related conditions. With over 120 years expertise, Young Epilepsy provide world class diagnosis, assessment and rehabilitation for children and young people with epilepsy. They also undertake research into the condition and how it can be treated.

0.02%Charitable donationFinancial support to the institution's work for better futures for young lives with epilepsy and associated conditions.£3,856.00£3,856.00
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