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We believe a healthier world cannot come from medicines alone. Whether you’re a non-profit, patient advocate, medical professional or researcher, AstraZeneca realizes the value of collaboration and partnerships. We provide financial support for eligible programs through the following mechanisms. Learn more about each below.

ACT on Health Equity Community Solutions Challenge (April 1- May 13, 2022)

AstraZeneca accepts unsolicited applications for charitable funding from US-based 501(c) organizations one time per year. In 2022, this funding will be provided through the ACT on Health Equity: Community Solutions Challenge and applications will be accepted April 1- May 13, 2022.  This funding opportunity supports community-based, nonprofit organizations that are advancing health equity among underserved US communities through innovative health, wellbeing, and STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) programs at the local and regional level.

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Request for Letters of Interest: National Therapeutic Area Funding (ongoing)

AstraZeneca is accepting Letters of Interest for charitable funding from US-based 501(c) national organizations on an ongoing basis. This funding will be provided to programs that support underserved populations with special consideration provided to programs impacting the therapeutic areas in which AstraZeneca has a presence. For more information on this opportunity and how to submit a letter of interest, please email

Power of Us: Employee Matching Gifts and Volunteerism Program

Power of Us is our employee giving program, which provides US-based employees paid time off to volunteer with nonprofit organizations of their choice, and matches their eligible charitable donations.

To receive donations and volunteer support, activate your nonprofit organization’s profile in the online system we use to power the program. Here you may add information about your organization, sign up to receive electronic disbursement of funds, and showcase specific volunteer opportunities and projects as needs arise.

Product Donations

AstraZeneca is committed to ensuring that patients receive appropriate medicine donations through reputable partners and that these donations are of the highest quality. To that end, AstraZeneca aligns our product donations with both the World Health Organization (WHO) “Guidelines for Medicine Donations”, as revised, and the Partnership for Quality Medical Donations (PQMD) “Guidelines for Quality Medical Product Donations”, as revised. Product donations are made to third-party non-governmental organizations and the company can not respond to individual requests.

US Corporate Contributions Program

AstraZeneca provides US Corporate Contributions to eligible 501(c) organizations  aligned to our priorities of improving health and access to care, providing opportunities for STEM education, and addressing community needs. Applications for US Corporate Contributions are by invitation-only. Unsolicited applications are accepted once per year.
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AstraZeneca US Medical Education, Scientific Sponsorships & Fellowship Grants

Fellowships & Medical Education Grants

AstraZeneca supports fellowships, advanced training and research opportunities for post-doctoral students and healthcare professionals in fields aligned to our core therapeutic areas.

AstraZeneca is also committed to supporting high quality independent continuing medical education that enhances patient care and meets our standards of quality and compliance. We accept applications from a wide range of health care organizations, associations, medical specialty societies, academic institutions, hospitals and medical education companies.

Scientific Sponsorships

AstraZeneca will consider sponsorship of scientific and research conferences and meetings used to provide opportunities for discussion of current research topics or scientific methodology.

Visit our Medical Education Grants Office to learn more 

Research Support

Externally Sponsored Scientific Research is designed and managed by a qualified external investigator/researcher, medical institution or collaborative research organization having the legal and regulatory responsibility for the conduct and management of the research.

Visit our global site to learn more 

AstraZeneca HealthCare Foundation

Established in 1993, the AstraZeneca HealthCare Foundation is a Delaware not-for-profit corporation and a 501(c)(3) entity organized for charitable purposes, including to promote public awareness of healthcare issues, to promote public education of medical knowledge and to support or contribute to charitable and qualified exempt organizations consistent with its charitable purpose. The Foundation is separate from the commercial entity, AstraZeneca Pharmaceuticals.

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We publicly disclose information about our contributions to nonprofit organizations as part of our commitment to transparency. For a complete report of all of our contributions to nonprofit organizations, visit the grants and contributions disclosure section of our site. Disclosing information about our philanthropy is among several areas of business activity for which we disclose information to the public. For details on all of the areas, visit the transparency section of our site.