We think broadly about our commitment to responsible environmental stewardship and strive to create a culture of sustainability throughout Alkermes. We actively seek to minimize our environmental footprint and make positive contributions to local sustainability efforts.Responsibility reports
We work closely with patients, caregivers and advocates, which helps us better understand their perspectives and goals as we seek to advance patient-centered drug development. We support efforts to raise awareness of patient needs, increase disease state awareness and education and improve access to medicines.
Since its inception, this program has awarded more than $4 million in funding to organizations that have developed innovative programs to support the needs of those impacted by serious diseases in our areas of focus. This year's grant recipients were announced in July 2021.Learn more
We support groups and programs with potential for impact that are focused on our therapeutic areas and working to raise awareness of important issues through healthcare-related events or programs.
Alkermes engages with health-related, industry and public policy organizations to advance common goals central to our mission. A selection of our current corporate memberships can be viewed here.
We provide financial support to community and public health programs aligned with our company’s purpose and values. We also support other humanitarian efforts on a case-by-case basis.
We complement our scientific and commercial pursuits with advocacy and action. We engage with governments, trade associations, advocacy groups and other organizations to support equitable access to quality treatment and to find solutions to complex issues that challenge the healthcare system and the patients and caregivers in the communities that we serve.
The idea that a corporation can play a profoundly positive role in society is central to our vision. It is our obligation to voice our beliefs about issues that impact the patients we serve, the communities in which we live and work and society at large.
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