Grants and Donations
Grants and Donations
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Takeda Oncology knows that having strong partners will help us achieve our aspiration to cure cancer over time, with hard work and dedicated research. By working with others who share our aspirations, we believe we can drive progress and achieve even greater impact for the patient communities we serve. That's why we support a variety of programs that are aligned with our goals and designed to advance initiatives that will help people living with cancer achieve optimal health outcomes, including health care provider and patient education, independent scientific initiatives, sponsorships, and charitable donations.
Disease Areas of Interest
Takeda Oncology reviews grant requests across multiple disease areas; however, priority will be given to programs and activities in the following areas:
Lymphoma, including Hodgkin Lymphoma and T-cell Lymphoma
Leukemia, including Chronic Myeloid Leukemia and Ph+ Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia
- Lung cancer, including ALK+ NSCLC
- Previously treated metastatic colorectal cancer
Call for Grants
Requests for grant funding must be submitted to Takeda Oncology, via the Takeda Support Navigator, at least 60 days prior to the scheduled program start date. While Takeda Oncology makes every effort to review submissions in a timely matter, we do not guarantee the amount of time necessary to review a specific request.
Access the Takeda Support Navigator to submit a request for Educational Grants, Sponsorships, Charitable Donations, or Scientific & Professional Development Grants. Additional information on the submission process can be found here.
As the use and definitions of terminology vary across companies, please be sure to read request type definitions carefully before submitting. This information can be found on the Takeda Support Navigator and on the request type submission page after login.
Please note, all first-time users are required to register and create a user ID.
Takeda Oncology will consider sponsorship support requests to 501c3 organizations in exchange for something of value to Takeda, including intangible benefits such as recognition and/or tangible benefits such as a time slot to deliver a presentation, booth space, wall or electronic space to display Takeda messaging or a table at a fundraising event.
A corporate membership is an arrangement where Takeda contracts for membership benefits from a healthcare entity or patient organization. Benefits may include recognition as a corporate member and the ability to participate in the organization’s meetings and events.
For questions related to medical grants and donations, please reach out to: [email protected].
For non-medical requests, please reach out to: [email protected]. Takeda Oncology supports programs that offer scientific and developmental activities including research initiatives (outside of clinical trials), corporate councils and subsidies for independent third-party educational or professional meetings.