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About Millennium's Corporate Giving Program
Millennium: The Takeda Oncology Company (“Millennium”) is proud to support independent education for healthcare professionals as well as programs to educate patients, families and caregivers. Millennium also supports independent scientific and professional development initiatives and corporate philanthropy that enhances the quality of life in various communities.
All requests for Education Grants, Charitable Donations, and Scientific and Professional Development Grants (as further described below), must be submitted through this website at least 45 days before the activity’s start date. If you are a new user, you will need to complete the registration process and create an account before you will be able to submit a request.
Millennium will consider requests from qualified organizations including hospitals, universities, medical societies, medical education companies, and patient advocacy organizations, to provide financial support for education for healthcare, patients & caregivers, and scientific professionals (e.g. physicians, nurses, pharmacists, and discovery research scientists). Educational programs that address the treatment of hematologic cancers, such as multiple myeloma and mantle cell lymphoma, are of a particular focus.
Please note that Millennium will only consider funding educational programs that are designed to be: high-quality; balanced; scientifically rigorous; free from commercial influence or bias; and conducted in accordance with the PhRMA Code, guidelines of the ACCME, and other accrediting bodies. Millennium encourages the submission of multi-sponsored grants.
Millennium will consider requests to provide charitable donations to 501(c)(3) or 501(c)(6) tax-exempt organizations, including donations for patient support activities that enhance the quality of life, or general fundraising activities for organizations that benefit patients, families or caregivers.
Scientific and Professional Development Grants
Millennium will consider requests to support independent scientific and professional developmental activities including: research initiatives (outside of clinical trials), young investigator awards, educational support for medical residents, fellows and trainees meeting travel grants for scientific/professional conferences, and subsidies for independent, third-party educational and professional meetings. Areas of interest include multiple myeloma and lymphoma. Note: Names of grant recipients and specific research should not be included in any grant application.
Requests that Millennium does not support include:
- Grants that would be payable to an individual healthcare professional or physician practice
- Conference travel grants or registration fees for healthcare professionals (other than scholarships to permit medical students, residents, fellows or other healthcare professionals in training to attend carefully selected educational conferences)
- Grants for education that is routine and/or a required part of medical training, e.g. textbooks, journal subscriptions, or preparation materials for Board reviews
Requests that are outside the scope of Millennium Corporate Giving website include:
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