Corporate Philanthropy

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Corporate Philanthropy2018-08-28T17:53:59+00:00

Promoting generous support and an ethical relationship

The Canadian Hemophilia Society is committed to improve the health and quality of life of all people with inherited bleeding disorders and ultimately to find a cure.

Working together with the corporate sector in Canada helps the Canadian Hemophilia Society (CHS) accomplish its mission and vision by extending our reach and reinforcing our messages. We seek contributions from like-minded corporations which support the CHS mission and vision, and which want to participate on an annual basis in providing support to general operational, research and program development initiatives that further the work of the CHS. Contributions are accepted from corporations and from corporate foundations, employee fund programs and employee generated activities.

Guiding Principles

The National Corporate Giving Program was created with a desire to…
– be open and transparent with our members, our sponsors, other stakeholders and with the public
– publicly recognize the contributions of our sponsors to the bleeding disorder community
– treat all our sponsors fairly
– maintain the independence of our organization in representing the needs of people with bleeding disorders.

BeneFACTORs Club

Pfizer Canada Inc. is the Canadian operation of Pfizer Inc., one of the world’s leading biopharmaceutical companies. Our diversified health care portfolio includes some of the world’s best known and most prescribed medicines, vaccines and consumer health products. Every day, Pfizer Canada employees work to bring therapies to patients that significantly improve patients’ lives. We apply science and our global resources to improve the health and well-being of Canadians at every stage of life. Our commitment is reflected in everything we do, from our disease awareness initiatives to our community partnerships.

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Bayer is a global enterprise focused on the life science businesses of pharmaceuticals, consumer health and crop science. For more than 150 years Bayer has been committed to creating a better life for all through science. Bayer Inc. is the Canadian subsidiary of Bayer AG and counts more than 1,420 employees across the country.

Bayer is one of the world’s main suppliers of products to treat hemophilia A. For many years, the Canadian blood system has relied on Bayer as a leading supplier of plasma and recombinant products. This enduring partnership has been based on proven products, reliable supply and innovative solutions.

Shire’s business continues to advance medical science to develop new and better life-saving products and therapies for patients.

Shire is a leading developer of clotting factors to treat hemophilia. This includes recombinant and plasma-based factor VIII – the
clotting protein missing from the blood of people with hemophilia A – and therapies for people that develop inhibitors against clotting factor. Shire also has a number of research and development programs aimed at
improving the treatment of hemophilia and other bleeding disorders.

Novo Nordisk is committed to addressing the unmet needs in Hemophilia care. We work towards a future where everyone with Hemophilia is diagnosed and can live a life with as few limitations as possible. We offer a broad and innovative range of products and have a rich development pipeline to ensure we are in the forefront of finding the next generation of medicines.

Together with our partners, we work to advocate for, and create better access to, diagnosis and multidisciplinary care. We aim for better joint health and mobility including a strong focus on well-being for people living with hemophilia.

 

-CSL Behring

-Roche