Access to Healthcare
Sanofi Cares North America may provide no cost products to eligible uninsured patients and patients who do not have access to product via their insurance.
Most of these donations are administered through Sanofi Patient Connection®, an integrated patient support platform designed to assist eligible patients by connecting them to the assistance and resources they need.
For more information about Sanofi Patient Connection, please click here.
Sanofi Cares North America also provides product donations through other Patient Assistance programs, where appropriate, related to Sanofi products that are not included in Sanofi Patient Connection.
When a disaster strikes, Sanofi Cares North America may provide emergency relief through NGOs with which it partners.
Americares is a health-focused relief and development organization that responds to people affected by poverty or disaster with medicine, medical supplies and health programs.
Direct Relief is a humanitarian aid organization, active in all 50 states and 70 countries, with a mission to improve the health and lives of people affected by poverty or emergencies.
Heart to Heart international strengthens communities through improving healthcare access, providing humanitarian development and administering crisis relief worldwide.
MAP international is a Christian organization providing lifechanging medicines and health supplies to people in need. MAP serves all people, regardless of religion, gender, race, nationality, or ethnic background.
Project HOPE delivers essential medicines and supplies, volunteers and medical training to prevent disease, promote wellness, respond to disaster and save lives around the globe.
Sanofi Cares North America Supports Diabetes Camps Program
Sanofi US supports the Diabetes Camps Program through Sanofi Cares North America by donating insulin for children age 18 and under living with diabetes. Diabetes camps play an important role in helping patients better understand and live with diabetes, while enjoying the fun of a camp experience.
In 2018, we supported approximately 100 camps with 501(c)(3) status, serving over 20,000 young patients with donated insulin valued at over $1 million.
The program enrollment is now open through September 15, 2019 for camp sessions taking place between April 1, 2019 through September 30, 2019.
Please click here for more information.
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