Areas of Interest
Alnylam receives a number of worthwhile funding requests. However, not all submitted requests will be approved, and some requests may be approved for a dollar amount less than what is requested. Please do not assume that a request has been approved. For any questions or concerns on the submission process and guidelines, please contact the Grants and Giving Office at email@example.com.
- Funding request must be submitted electronically through the funding portal in English
- Funding request must be submitted at least 45 days prior to the start date of the activity or program
- Support may only be provided to eligible organizations or entities and not to individual recipients
- Proof of tax status must be valid and government-issued
- Funding request is reviewed by Grants and Giving Office
- Funding organization may receive request for additional information; prompt response is recommended
- CME and non-CME grants are formally considered by the Alnylam Funding Review Committee on a monthly basis
- All other types of funding are formally considered on a rolling basis
- Requesting organization will receive an email notification of approval or denial directly from the funding portal
- All approved requests are subject to the electronic execution of a letter of agreement
(CME and non-CME Grants only)
(CME and non-CME Grants only)
- A reconciliation of grants must be complete within 90 days of the activity or program end date
- Any unused funds must be returned to Alnylam
- Failure to complete a reconciliation and/or return unused funds may jeopardize the review of future funding requests
At this time, Alnylam supports the following types of funding:
Continuing Medical Education Grants (CME)
Educational activities developed and executed by independent third parties to maintain, develop, or increase the knowledge, skills, and professional performance that a healthcare professional uses to provide services for patients, the public, or the profession. A CME grant is an unsolicited funding request that may be accredited or non-accredited. Alnylam may not receive any tangible business benefit. Transparency of Alnylam’s support is required and is not considered a tangible benefit.
Educational Grants (non-CME)
Funding provided in response to an unsolicited request from an eligible third-party organization that has independently applied for grant support for medical education activities or education directed to HCPs, patient organizations, patients, or other members of the health care community. Alnylam may not receive any tangible business benefit. Transparency of Alnylam’s support is required and is not considered a tangible benefit.
Responses to Requests for Proposals
Throughout the year, Alnylam will post Request for Proposals (RFP) to inform organizations and qualified medical education providers that we are interested in receiving requests for independent medical education activities pertinent to Alnylam’s areas of interest and aligned to specifications outlined in our RFPs. The grantee is responsible for the design and execution of the initiative supported by the grant, including compliance with any regulatory requirements. Alnylam may not receive any tangible business benefit. Transparency of Alnylam’s support is required and is not considered a tangible benefit.
The following are the available Requests for Proposals:
Please complete and submit the Grant Budget Template (excel) for all Continuing Medical Education Grants (CME) funding requests.
Alnylam considers support for an event, project or program for which Alnylam receives a tangible business benefit aimed at educating patients, caregivers, scientists, or healthcare professionals. Examples of sponsorship funding requests include, but are not limited to, corporate memberships, advertising opportunities, exhibit booths, or satellite symposium time slots.
A Collaboration is an activity or project undertaken by Alnylam and one or more external organization(s) that provides an opportunity for each party to contribute particular expertise or services or that will enable more effective and efficient delivery of a program or services than if each party were to work alone or separately. This collaborative effort includes, but is not limited to, jointly developing and agreeing upon a set of common goals and direction, sharing the risks and responsibility for obtaining those goals, and working together to achieve those goals, using the expertise and resources of each Collaborator.
Alnylam may provide monetary or non-monetary support to charitable organizations to advance science, healthcare, education, or to further other genuine charitable purposes. Charitable Donations may be used for philanthropic initiatives or general purposes that support the mission of the organization. Alnylam may not receive any tangible business benefit. Transparency of Alnylam’s support is required and is not considered a tangible benefit.